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Wilhelm Steinitz vs Eduard Jenay
Vienna m1 (1860)
English Opening: Agincourt Defense (A13)  ·  1-0
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Aug-14-04  DanielBryant: Is resignation really in order here? Surely Black still has some counterplay with his a-pawn?
Aug-14-04
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  Zenchess: And how would you guard against e5 and d6-d7?
May-28-06  sneaky pete: Anything wrong with 28... Rxb3 29.Bxa5 Rxd3 winning a bishop?
Sep-05-06  theprophecy19: I think if Jeney could have found a way to get rid of the pawn dominance in the center he would have continued look at it if the knight moves and he connects the pawns he would have a 5/3 advantage over Jeney I think that is why he resigned...
Sep-05-06  Boomie: <sneaky pete> 27. Rxc1?? is a horrible blunder, losing a piece. 27. Bxc1 maintains white's advantage. Why black didn't take the piece is anyone's guess.
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