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Bernhard Fleissig vs Georg Marco
Kolisch Memorial (1890), Vienna AUH, rd 1, Jan-05
Vienna Game: Anderssen Defense (C25)  ·  1-0


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  wwall: Perhaps 27...e4 is the losing move. Maybe better is 27...Kf6 28.Ke3 a5.

Instead of 29.g4, 29.Kd4 should also win.

After 29.g4, White should win after 29...fxg4 30.Kxe4 Kf6 31.Kf4 h5 32.b3 e5 33.Ke4 Ke6 34.a3 a4 35.b4 h4 36.c5 b5 37.c6 Kd6 38.c7 Kxc7 39.Nxe5.

Sep-23-16  Straclonoor: It very difficult pawn endgame. But won for white in any case. Best line is Analysis by Stockfish 020816 64 POPCNT: (4.71): 27.f3 b5 28.Ke3 Kf7 29.c3 Ke7 30.g4 e4 31.fxe4 fxg4 32.Kf4 Kd6 33.Kxg4 Ke5 34.Kf3 a6 35.b3 a5 36.Ke3 a4 37.h3 Kf6 38.Kd4 axb3 39.axb3 h6 40.h4 Kf7 41.Kc5 Ke7 42.Kc6 e5 43.Kd5 Kf7 44.Kxe5 Ke7 45.c4 b4 46.c5 Kd7 47.Kd5
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  mifralu: < additional moves 36. ... Kf6 37. Kxe4 Ke7 38. Ke5 >

"Allgemeine Sport-Zeitung, 12 January 1890, p.42"

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