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Geza Maroczy vs Jacques Mieses
Vienna (1903), Vienna AUH, rd 7, May-11
King's Gambit: Accepted. Schallop Defense (C34)  ·  1/2-1/2


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Jun-29-13  Karpova: After 46.b6

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46...Bxb6? <46...g2 47.b7 Ba7 48.Rg6 Ng3> wins according to the 'Wiener Schachzeitung' but Mieses, who is assumed to have seen it, wanted to please the spectators.

So at the end there's a warning:

<Spiele nie für das Publikum. Kitzelt dich der Eitelkeitsteufel, bläht dich der Hochmutsdämon, so verscheuche die Wahngebilde, welche sie dir einflüstern durch einen Gegenwahn. Stelle dir vor, daß du ein komplizirtes Rechenexempel mittels einer 7stelligen Logarithmentafel berechnest. Diese Erwägung wird dein erhitztes Blut abkühlen, und deinem Gemüthe jene olympische Ruhe verschaffen, welche die Vorbedingung weiser Entschlüsse ist.>

From page 222 of the 1903 'Wiener Schachzeitung'

Mar-14-18  Straclonoor: According to Lomonosov TB7 black wins

44... g4 45. Rg6 g3 46. Kd3 Kf3 47. b5 Bb6!? 48. Rf6 Kf4 49. Rg6 Nh4 50. Rxg3 Kxg3 51. Kc4 Nf3 52. Kd5 Nd4 53. Ke4 Nxb5 54. Ke5 Na7 55. Kf5 Kf3 56. Ke5 Ke3 57. Kd5 Ba5 58. Ke5 Bc7+ 59. Kd5 Kd3 60. Kc5 Ke4 61. Kc4 Bb6 62. Kc3 Nc8 63. Kd2 Nd6 64. Ke2 Nc4 65. Kf1 Kf3 66. Ke1 Bc5 67. Kd1 Ke3 68. Ke1 Nd2 69. Kd1 Kd3 70. Ke1 Bd4 71. Kd1 Bf2 72. Kc1 Nc4 73. Kd1 Ne3+ 74. Kc1 Kc3 75. Kb1 Kb3 76. Ka1 Nc4 77. Kb1 Be3 78. Ka1 Bd2 79. Kb1 Na3+ 80. Ka1 Bc3#

Mieses missed chance to win at least only one game vs. Maroczy

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