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Ignazio Calvi vs Lionel Adalbert Bagration Felix Kieseritzky
Match (1842), Paris FRA, rd 3, Sep-24
Italian Game: Classical Variation. Giuoco Pianissimo (C53)  ·  0-1
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Oct-28-07
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  Honza Cervenka: 21.Nc5! bxc5 22.Ra4 would have won immediately for white. 26.Nb5 was a mistake (26.Nc4! would have been much better) but white could still keep balance or even some advantage by 27.a4! bxa3 28.bxa3 b6 (28...Nxb5!?) 29.Rb1! as black cannot take on c5 for 30.Nxd6+ . This possibility is the reason why 26...Kd8 was better than text 26...Kb8. 27...b6 winning exchange is not bad but 27...Nxe4 would have been probably better. 30...Rd6 was not necessary and 30...c6 deserved attention. 40.f3 was probably a decisive mistake. Instead of that 40.Rc6 Rxe4 41.Rxf6 kept the game equal. The Rook ending was played with great precision by Kieseritsky.
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