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Johannes Zukertort vs Emil Schallopp
Berlin (1881), Berlin GER, rd 10, Sep-09
Sicilian Defense: Paulsen Variation. American Attack (B45)  ·  0-1
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Mar-05-04  northernsoul: don't see how black's attack continues - any suggestions?
Mar-05-04  CapAnson: Black threatens Qh2+ followed by Qh1+ and Rxh1 mate. If white moves the fpawn he loses his knight.
Mar-05-04  zsystriker: How could these 19th century players play Taimanov variation? Or perhaps this line ought to be called Zukertort-Schallop variation...
Mar-05-04  northernsoul: CapAnson: of course! Could see the check but not the sacrifice... d'oh!
Jan-31-16  Fanacas: Zsystriker, many openings where played long before they carry there current names. People in the 19the centry simply did not study this opening for example or they where renamed to there more modern masters who studied them. For example for years Kf3 was called Zukertorts opening before it was renamed to reti.
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  fredthebear: 17.Nce2 is met by 17...NxNe2+ maintaining the mating threat along the h-file.
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