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Albert Hodges vs Edward Mackenzie Jackson
4th Anglo-American Cable Match (1899), London ENG / New York NY, rd 1, Mar-10
Spanish Game: Fianchetto Defense (C60)  ·  1-0
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Jun-28-15
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  Chessical: Black could have saved the ending by pushing his forward <b> pawn:


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For instance:

<39...b4> 40. f5 b3; and

<41. f6> Rb1 42. Ke2 b2 43. Rb5 Kd7 44. Rxb7+ Kc8 (but not 44... Ke6?? 45. f7) 45. f7 Kxb7 46. f8=Q Re1+ 47. Kxe1 b1=Q+; or

<41. Rb5> Kc6 42. Rb4 Rb1 43. Kf4 Kc5 44. Rxb7 Kd4 45. e5 Rf1+ 46. Kg4 Kxe5 47. Rxb3 h5+ 48. Kxh5 Rxf5+ 49. Kg4

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