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Johann Hermann Bauer vs Emmanuel Schiffers
Breslau (1889), Breslau GER, rd 3, Jul-16
Dutch Defense: Hopton Attack (A80)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Jan-11-19  Straclonoor: Black had chance to take serious advantage.

Analysis by Stockfish 231218 64 POPCNT:

1. -+ (-4.76): 32...Nd6 33.Kc1 Nb5 34.Rd2 Nc3 35.Kb2 Bb4 36.Nc1 Nb5 37.Rc2 Be8 38.Ne2 Na3 39.Rd1 Rfa7 40.Kc1 Bf8 41.Rcd2 Nc4 42.Kb1 Bf7 43.Nf4 Be7 44.Re2 Bb4 45.Rc2 b5 46.Ne2 Be7 47.Nc1 Na3+ 48.Kb2 Nxc2 49.Kxc2 c5 50.dxc5 Bxc5

2. -+ (-3.99): 32...Kh7 33.Rh2 Nd6 34.Bxd6 Bxd6 35.g3 Ba3 36.Rd2 Bc8 37.Nc2 Bd6 38.Rh1 Ba6 39.Kb2 Bc4 40.Rg1 Kg6 41.Rh1 c5 42.Nc1 Rfa7 43.Kb1 Ra5 44.Rdd1 Rb5+ 45.Ka1 Ra7 46.Rhg1 Rba5 47.Kb1 Be7 48.Rd2 Rb5+ 49.Ka1 Ra4 50.Rgd1 Bf8 51.Rh1 Ra7 52.Rg1

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