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Joseph Henry Blackburne vs Johann Nepomuk Berger
Frankfurt (1887), Frankfurt am Main GER, rd 13, Jul-27
Queen's Gambit Declined: Harrwitz Attack. Fianchetto Defense (D37)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Aug-29-04
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  Knight13: Good game.
Aug-29-04  Giancarlo: Care giving some anaylisis on why it was a good game?
Aug-30-04
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  Knight13: <Gaincarlo> Why do you care? And why you wanna know? I think it's a good game. It's not like everyone thinks it is a good game.
Aug-31-04
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  Chessical: <Knight13> A series of posts simply repeating the stock phase "Good game", or using made-up words, are no more than worthless grafitti. They contribute nothing; they advance no discussion, and aggravate others by swamping out worthwhile observations and analysis. You have been told this before: please post when you have something material to say.
Apr-22-15  optimal play: Good game.

But don't ask me why ;)

Although I notice that Berger played 3...Be7 (Charousek / Petrosian variation) 9 years before Charousek and 72 before Petrosian, even though it does transpose after 4...Nf6

Maybe itís a good game simply because neither of these top-class players made any significant mistake even after more than 50 moves?

37.g4 Blackburne decided he might still get a win

40...Re8 Berger just wanted a draw

Blackburne has an extra pawn, but with opposite-coloured bishops, can't force a win.

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