|Nov-19-18|| ||Phony Benoni: There's a little question about White's 22nd move, in this position:|
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At this point, the score in the American Chess Bulletin (May 1909, p. 115) reads <22.R-Q3> (22.Rd3), obviously a typo. Our score interprets this as 22.Rd1, but this seems a very unlikely move to me.
So I'm thinking <23.Rc1> may be correct. In ACB-speak, that would be <22.R-QB>, and it seems to me that 22.R-Q3 would more likely be a typo for that move. In addition, 22.Rc1, with th eidea of pushing c3-c4 eventually, seems a more logical idea to me than anything prepared by 22.Rd1.