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David Janowski vs Carl Schlechter
Schlechter - Janowski (1902), Karlsbad (Karlovy Vary) AUH, rd 1, Jun-02
Russian Game: Classical Attack. Berger Variation (C42)  ·  0-1
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Jul-28-08  Cactus: A brilliant game by the 'drawing master'.
Nov-12-08
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  vonKrolock: First game of the match

<10.♘bd2> Another possibility is 10.♕b3 0-0 11.♘bd2 etc - in on of his articles from 1902 in the magazine "Deutsche Schachzeitung", Schlechter pointed out now following line: <11.♘fd2? ♘xf2! 12.♔xf2 ♗h4+ 13.g3 f4! 14.♔g2 fxg3 etc - good for black, and well documented - but wait, have a look at Ljubojevic vs S Makarichev, 1975

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  offramp: The link given ^ by <vonKrolock> has been altered to Ljubojevic vs S Makarichev, 1975.
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