Pawn and Two: <Calli> Excellent! Will you be submitting the 4 missing games for the Leipzig tournament? I note they are in the tournament book. It seems that it does take a very long time for submitted games to appear in this database.
I note you are showing that Anderssen won this 3rd and last match with L. Paulsen. Paulsen actually won by the score you indicate.
One additional game would make this Leipzig 1877 collection complete. It is the consultation game played on July 22 between L. Paulsen, Dr C. Goring & J. Metger (White) vs A. Anderssen, J.H. Zukertort & Dr. C. Schmid (Black). Anderssen was on the winning side, as Black won this game in 63 moves. This game is also in the tournament book.
As you have noted earlier, they certainly played a lot of chess in a short amount of time at Leipzig 1877.
The 11 round tournament started on July 16th and was completed on the 21st. The consultation game was played on July 22nd. Then the Zukertort -Anderssen playoff game on the 23rd and finally the 9 game Anderssen - Paulsen match was played July 23rd to the 28th. A total of 22 games for the oldest competitor, Adolph Anderssen!
In 1878, Anderssen and L. Paulsen met for the last time in the 1878 Frankfurt tournament. Considering his tournament wins at Leipzig 1877 and Frankfurt 1878, it is too bad that Paulsen could not also have entered the great Paris tournament of 1878.
Anderssen completed his last game at Paris on July 23rd and then had to get to Frankfurt for the first round on the 27th.
Louis Paulsen won the Frankfurt 1878 tournament with a score of +8 -1. Anderssen scored +5 -2 =2 and finished in 3rd place behind the 2nd place finisher A. Schwarz.