|Mar-25-10|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: It seemed unfair that exactly one game of the legendary chess legend Wordsworth "The Legend" Donisthorpe should remain unannotated. Fortunately, it is an entertaining game to replay.|
|Apr-09-13|| ||thomastonk: Steinitz has annotated this game in the "New York Daily Tribune", January 29, 1893, which can be found at chessarch.com.|
|Apr-09-13|| ||Phony Benoni: Link for the column mentioned by <thomastonk>:|
|Apr-09-13|| ||thomastonk: Hello <Phony Benoni>, thank you for adding the link. I am almost always in doubt, whether I shall add the link or not. Links can become invalid and, what is really sad, they can be forbidden depending on the country, e.g. Google books. Very often I decided to give only the source, but in the future I will always add the links to chessarch.com and kranten.kb.nl, hoping that these sites will be valid for a while.|
|Jun-07-13|| ||Jonathan Sarfati: The annotations by Steinitz are found in this article by chess historian Edward Winter, “Professor Isaac Rice and the Rice Gambit”, http://www.chesshistory.com/winter/..., 2006.|
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