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David Janowski vs Amos Burn
11th DSB Kongress, Cologne (1898), Cologne GER, rd 13, Aug-17
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. Rio Gambit Accepted (C67)  ·  0-1
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Oct-27-04
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  Chessical: Janowsky plays too agressively, and beyond the capacity of his pieces to form a coherent attack after <14.Rg5?>. A normal move such as 14.Rae1 would have kept the game in balance.

Recapturing with the N rather than the B on move 18 seals Janowsky's fate.

Jul-18-09  I Like Fish: if...
19... bxh6
then...
20 nxh6
checkmate...
Dec-09-09  David2009: Janowski vs Burn, 1898 is good example of successful defence:


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Janowski-Burn 1989, 14...? White is threatening 15 Nxd5, N or B x d5 16 Rxg7+ Kxg7 17 Qxh7#. Unfortunately for him, Burn is on the case and replies 14...g6!

<Chessical: Janowsky plays too agressively, and beyond the capacity of his pieces to form a coherent attack after <14.Rg5?>. A normal move such as 14.Rae1 would have kept the game in balance.> 14 Re1 is met by 14..Ne4

Dec-11-09
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  Chessical: <John2009> I still don't like <14.Rg5>.


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<14. Rae1> Ne4 should be a draw after:

<15. Qh5> Nf6 (<15... Bf6?> 16. R5xe4 dxe4 17. Nxe4 is good for white and 17...Be7? 18. Nf6+ is winning) 16.Qh4 Ne4 =

Feb-24-11
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  FSR: 18.Bxd4 was tried in I Hakki vs S Kapnisis, 2003, resulting in a longer game, but still a loss for White.
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