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Mikhail Chigorin vs Wilhelm Steinitz
St. Petersburg (1895/96), St. Petersburg RUS, rd 10, Jan-06
Italian Game: Evans Gambit. Slow Variation (C52)  ·  1-0
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Sep-04-05  sneaky pete: Anyone with a blunder collection interested? Bachmann suggests that Steinitz still "saw" his Rh6 on g6, so after 26.gxh4 Bf3+ 27.Kf1 Rg6-g1# might follow.
Oct-06-07  RookFile: Yeah, well. Steinitz lost so many times to the Evans Gambit that it's hard to keep track of the reasons.
May-15-08
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  keypusher: <A game in which it will be agreed that the chief kudos belongs to the loser. >

--W.H.K. Pollock, <The Games of the St. Petersburg Tournament>.

Apr-01-15
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  offramp: Instead of 13....a6, 13...Nxe5 is possible.
Sep-14-17  lame duck: Em. Shiffers in the tournament book writes that Steinitz played all this game very fast and nervously, and complained for insonmia during previous night.
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