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Jean Taubenhaus vs David Janowski
Match (1903), Paris FRA
Spanish Game: Closed. Averbakh Variation (C87)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Aug-05-04  mjk: <capanegra> invites you to reconsider White's 30th move.
Apr-21-05  mjk: <capanegra> invites you to reconsider White's 31st (!) move.
Apr-21-05  Milo: 31.Rxh7+, you mean???
Apr-21-05  aw1988: Certainly. Rxh7+ is a forced mate.
Nov-20-06  syracrophy: White missed 31.♖xh7+!! ♔xh7 <31...Kg8 32.Rhxg7+! Kh8 <32...Kf8 33.Rcf7#> 33.Qh5#> 32.♕h5+ ♔g8 33.♕f7+ ♔h8 34.♕xg7#
May-22-17
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  zanzibar: Fine's Middle Game book, p088.d136, gives this:

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Taubenhaus vs Janowski, 1903 (&m=31)

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May-22-17
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  zanzibar: Any info what round this game was in the match?
May-22-17
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  zanzibar: I should note that Fine doesn't note that the mating combination *wasn't* actually played in the game.
Jul-01-17  mifralu: <zanzibar: Any info what round this game was in the match?>

ChessBase has Round 3, 17 November 1903, and also 38. Qh7+ Ke6 39. Qe4+ Kf7

Jul-01-17  WorstPlayerEver: Dunno, I like the name 'Taubenhaus' though.
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