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Isidor Gunsberg vs Amos Burn
Hastings (1895), Hastings ENG, rd 2, Aug-06
French Defense: Exchange Variation (C01)  ·  1-0
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FEN COPIED

Annotations by Curt von Bardeleben.      [15 more games annotated by Von Bardeleben]

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Mar-13-08
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  Knight13: <42...Bxc5> What, Burn missed Rd7+ or something?

<I prefer 11 Nf3h4 Nf8 12 Qf3.> I don't see why White would wanna do this.

Sep-28-13  Vermit: Sometimes in chess the hardest thing to do is to plan for the struggle after your plans have come to fruition and you have won material. There are so many points where Black's play could be improved e.g. 29...Bf6 keeping the seventh rank guarded
Sep-28-13
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  keypusher: Speaking of disastrous, why didn't Burn play 44....Bxe7? And why didn't von Bardleben comment on that?
Jun-09-14  malaparte: What about [16...f6] instead of the text 16...f5? to block the knight? thanks
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