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Johann Jacob Loewenthal vs Adolf Anderssen
London (1851)
Italian Game: Evans Gambit. Main Line (C51)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Mar-12-05  Mate Hunter: If 18...Bg7 19.Qh6 and 20.Qxg7# (19...Qf6 20.Nxf6#) or if 18...Bg5 19.Rxg5+ Qxg5 20.Qxg5+ (20...Kh8 21.Qh6+ Kg8 22.Nf6#) 20...Kh7 21.Nf6+ Kh8 22.Qh6#. 12...g5 was weak for black's king. The move leads to weak defence for the king.
Aug-23-06  sneaky pete: More likely (considering style of play and opening repertoire) Anderssen is white here, as in the duplicate (with 20.Nxf6+ ..) Anderssen vs Lowenthal, 1851. Oxford says Anderssen wins (1-0 after 20.Nxf6+ .. referring to The Chess Player's chronicle), but curiously Pickard (<The Chess Games of Adolph (sic) Anderssen>, based on Von Gottschall's book) gives the win (after 20.Rg3+ ..) to L÷wenthal.
Jul-15-08  blackburne: Yes, this game is Anderssen-Lowenthal:

Anderssen,A - Loewenthal,J [C51]
London m9 London, 1851

1.e4 e5 2.Cf3 Cc6 3.Ac4 Ac5 4.b4 Axb4 5.c3 Aa5 6.d4 exd4 7.0-0 d6 8.cxd4 Ab6 9.h3 Cf6 10.Cc3 0-0 11.Ag5 h6 12.Ah4 g5 13.Cxg5 hxg5 14.Axg5 Axd4 15.Cd5 Ae6 16.Tb1 Tb8 17.Tb3 Rh7 18.Axf6 Axf6 19.Dh5+ Rg8 20.Cxf6+ 1-0

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