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Johannes Zukertort vs Wilhelm Steinitz
Steinitz - Zukertort World Championship Match (1886), New Orleans, LA USA, rd 13, Mar-05
Queen's Gambit Declined: Harrwitz Attack (D35)  ·  1-0
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  Chessical:


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<17.d5!> is very strong.

(i) <17...Na5> 18. dxe6 fxe6 19. Bxe6+ Bxe6 20. Qxe6+ Qxe6 21. Rxe6; or

(ii) <17...exd5> 18. Nxd5 Nxd5 19. Bxd5 Re8 20. Qd3 Rad8 21. Ng5

both with advantage to White.

Aug-31-12  ephesians: Tough ending, hard to evaluate. Maybe Steinitz should have drawn this anyway.
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  Chessical: From a report in the Bury and Norwich Post - Tuesday 23 March 1886

THE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH. ZUKERTORT V. STEINITZ....The thirteenth game turned out to be a very fine and evenly contested struggle, and the longest encounter the masters have at any time fought. Dr. Zukertort was the winner. <Private letters from Dr. Zukertort states that he is un-well and cannot get any sleep>; at the same time, he adds, that he is not disheartened at the recent victories gained by Mr. Steinitz.

Jan-30-15  1 2 3 4: At 60th move, Carlsen from 2014 would've taken the pawn.
Jan-23-17  jnpope: <ephesians: <Tough ending, hard to evaluate. Maybe Steinitz should have drawn this anyway.>>

Lomonosov 7-piece tablebase indicates the position after 68.Rxh4 is a draw. Steinitz's 68...Nf5 is a blunder that allows White to mate in 58(!).

Although I really can't fault Steinitz for not seeing that...

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