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Rudolf Rezso Charousek vs Harry Nelson Pillsbury
Budapest (1896), Budapest AUH, rd 10, Oct-17
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Steinitz Variation (C29)  ·  1-0


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Feb-02-04  ughaibu: This is impressive. Charousek isn't one of the names I associate with endgame mastery.
Apr-12-06  szunzein: I never thought this guy was so good.
And he died so young!
Apr-12-06  Dr.Fritz: Yes indeed! What a great player!

He had amazing memory skills I believe.

Apr-12-06  szunzein: I'll try to read more about him
Dec-02-07  xeroxmachine: <ughaibu: This is impressive. Charousek isn't one of the names I associate with endgame mastery.>Why????

His endgame skill are superb!???+1++!!11111eleven!!!

Jan-11-09  blacksburg: reminds me of a rubinstein.
Sep-12-09  notyetagm: <ughaibu: This is impressive. Charousek isn't one of the names I associate with endgame mastery.>

<szunzein: I never thought this guy was so good. Brilliant.>

Dr. Lasker predicted that he would have to play a WC match some day against Charousek, that is how talented Charousek was.

Mar-10-10  elohah: What a WONDERFUL game by an obviously brilliant player who rivals Pillsbury himself!
Aug-02-10  LIFE Master AJ: I don't ever remember seeing Pillsbury so thoroughly outplayed in a R+P endgame.
Sep-20-10  Loser Of Threads: pretty. what a pleasant surprise it is to stumble upon such a game.
Sep-19-18  cunctatorg: A titanic game and Charousek's whole concept was ... gigantic and profound also!!
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