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Herbert Otto Rosenbaum vs Siegbert Tarrasch
1. SSB Congress (1883), Halle GER
French Defense: Knight Variation (C00)  ·  0-1
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Feb-26-09
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  Honza Cervenka: I am not sure but maybe 35.a4 can keep white alive.
Jun-22-14
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  wwall: Instead of 35.b4, 35.a4 b6 36.b4 h5 37.g3 g4 or 37...h4 looks like a draw.

Instead of 36.axb4?, I think 36.cxb4 draws after 36...b5 (36...b6? 37.a4 c5+ 38.bxc5 bxc5+ 39.Kxc5 Kxe5 40.a5 wins for White) 37.g4 and the position is locked up for a draw.

Aug-19-17
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  mifralu: The game was played against Herbert Otto Rosenbaum

<Im Hauptturnier, das im KO-System ausgetragen wurde, siegte der in Halle immatrikulierte Medizinstudent Siegbert Tarrasch, der das Endspiel gegen Otto Rosenbaum, einem angesehenen jüdischen Kaufmann aus Dessau, gewann.

Google translation:
In the main tournament, which was carried out in the KO system, the medical student Siegbert Tarrasch, who was enrolled in Halle, won the final match against Otto Rosenbaum, a respected Jewish merchant from Dessau.>

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