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NN vs Friedrich Wilhelm von Mauvillon
Casual (1804), corr
Bishop's Opening: Boi Variation (C23)  ·  0-1
ANALYSIS [x]

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Jan-30-06  sneaky pete: Uncle pete's believe it or not:

Actually not 19... Rd8??? but 19... 0-0-0!!! was played. After 30.Ke2 .. the game continued 30... Re8 31.Be3 Nc4 32.Rhc1 Nxe3 33.fxe3 Rxg5 34.Rab1 Re6 35.Rf1 f6 36.Rh1 Ra5 37.Ra1 f5 38.Kf3 g5 39.Rxa5 bxa5 40.Rh5 Rg6 41.e4 fxe4+ 42.Kxe4 Rxa6 43.Kf5 Rg6 44.Rxg5 Rxh6 45.Ke4 Ra6 46.Kd3 a4 47.Kc2 a3 48.Kb1 a2+ 49.Ka1 .. adjourned. So far the game was played postal. In an (unrecorded) over the board session the second player managed to lose all his advantage and the game ended in a draw.

Jan-30-06  p8riot: Why not 20. QxR+ Ke7 (forced) 21. Qf6+ ???
Jan-30-06  sneaky pete: <p8riot> 20.Qxh8?? Rxh8 . Remember, 19... 0-0-0 was played. The gamescore here is wrong because the pgn-reader cannot handle illegal moves.
Feb-02-08  wolfmaster: NN had to deal with a wide open game, something that he is terribly inept at doing.
Dec-23-09  blazerdoodle: So, flat out, an illegal move was made on 19.
Dec-23-09  mysql: Was that castling rule (can't castle when King will be on the path of a check) already in place in 1804?
Jan-03-10  blazerdoodle: I thought the rules of castling as we know them were invented 500 years ago. But I also believe everything I read, lol.
Jan-03-10  MaxxLange: the rule was in place by 1800 for sure. an illegal move was made, and play continued.

NN was robbed!

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