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Jacques Mieses vs Carl Schlechter
Vienna (1908), Vienna AUH, rd 19, Apr-17
Vienna Game: Stanley Variation. Reversed Spanish (C26)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Sep-20-10
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  GrahamClayton: This game was played in the final round of the tournament. After Maroczy drew with Leonhardt, and Duras defeated Bardeleben, a victory by Schlechter would assure him of first prize. Mieses defended accurately, and after 8 hours play Schlechter offered Mieses a draw, which was accepted.
Sep-20-10  ughaibu: Interesting. Quite a change from the usual Schlechter stories.
Jan-30-12
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  Honza Cervenka: 36...Rc4 was a loss of time. 36...Kd7! looks much better and if 37.b5, then 37...a5 with huge advantage and probably technically won game for black. In game 37...a5 is not so effective for 38.c6!
Apr-17-19  Straclonoor: < 36...Kd7! looks much better and if 37.b5, then 37...a5 with huge advantage and probably technically won game for black.> Yes. Stockfisch confirm this.

Analysis by Stockfish 080219 64 POPCNT:

-+ (-3.25): 36...Kd7 37.b5 a5 38.Ra3 a4 39.Kf2 h5 40.g3 g5 41.Ra1 f4 42.gxf4 Rxf4+ 43.Ke3 Rb4 44.Kd3 g4 45.Kc3 Rxb5 46.Rxa4 Rxc5+ 47.Kd3 Rd5+ 48.Kc3 Rf5 49.Ra2 Kc6 50.Kd4 Rd5+ 51.Ke4 b5 52.h3 gxh3 53.Rh2 b4 54.Rxh3 Kc5 55.Rh1 Rd4+ 56.Ke3 h4 57.Rb1 Rg4 58.Kf3 Rg3+ 59.Kf4 b3

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