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Johannes Zukertort vs Joseph Henry Blackburne
Blackburne - Zukertort (1887), London ENG, rd 4, May-14
Queen Pawn Game: Anti-Torre (D02)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Analysis by Stockfish 091218 64 POPCNT:

1. -+ (-8.36): 33...Rdd8 34.Qf6 Rhg8+ 35.Kf1 Nf5 36.Nd5 Rd7 37.Qe5 Nd6 38.c5 Qa6+ 39.Rb5 Nxb5 40.axb5 Qa4 41.Qe4 Qxe4 42.fxe4 exd5 43.c6 Rd6 44.e5 Re6 45.cxb7+ Kxb7 46.Rb3 Rxe5 47.Rxh3 Rf5 48.Rd3 Kb6 49.Rb3 Rc8 50.Rb2 Rc4 51.Ra2 Rcf4 52.Kg2 Rg4+ 53.Kf1 d4 54.Ra6+ Kb7 55.Rd6 Rgf4 56.f3 Rxb5 57.Rd7+ Kb6 58.Kg2 Rb3 59.Re7 Rbxf3

2. -+ (-7.53): 33...Rhd8 34.Qg4 f5 35.Qxh3 f4 36.Ng4 Nf7 37.Rf1 Ng5 38.Qg2 Nxf3+ 39.Kh1 Rg7 40.h3 Rh8 41.Rd1 Rgh7 42.Nh2 Nxh2 43.Qxc6 bxc6 44.Rb3 f3 45.Rbd3 Rxh3 46.Rd8+ Rxd8 47.Rxd8+ Kb7 48.Kg1 Ng4 49.Rd4 Ne5 50.c5 Ka6 51.Rd6 Rh6 52.Rd4 Rg6+ 53.Kf1 Ka5 54.Rh4 Rg2 55.Rh3

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