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Carl Johan Margot Carls vs Richard Teichmann
75 years Jubilee Tt (1905), Hamburg Chess Club, May-08
Sicilian Defense: Closed. Fianchetto Variation (B24)  ·  1-0


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Oct-04-14  Karpova: The game was annotated by Carls. I reproduce them in condensed form.

8.Nd5 to prevent <...Bh3>.

10...Ne8 so that White can't play <c3> after <Nxf6+ Bxf6 Nd5>.

11.Nb5 enables <c3>, though.

16.Bd2: Alternatively <16.d4>.

19.Bxh3: Best.

21.Rab1 was necessary to prepare <c4>.

24...f5: Alternatively <24...Nf5>. (not mentioned is 24...exf4, which looks fine).

25...dxe5 was not annotated, but looks inaccurate. Why not 25...Bxe5 ? White doesn't seem to react in the best way - 26.Be3 and 27.Qf2 to put pressure on the ♙c5.

The strong resource 27...Nxd5 was missed by Teichmann and Carls. 27...Rfc8 looks like a mistake.

29.Qd2 to cover the ♙d5, not <29.Nd6 Bd4>.

30...Qb7: Better was <30...Qxa2>.

32.Nc7 looks weak. The resource 32...Rcxc7 was missed by both players. 32...Bd4+ is a mistake.

33...e3+ was forced. If <33...Rcxc7 34.dxe7> (this doesn't seem to be the refutation. Strong looks 34.bxc5, in contrast to the above position, now Black has a hanging ♗d4).

36.bxc5: Also very strong was <36.b5>.

43...Rd7 was somewhat better than <43...Bxd6 44.Bxd6 Kxd6> (the refutation appears to be 44.Rb6 instead).

46...Bxd6: Black loses after <46...Ne2 47.Ng5+ Kf6 (47...Kd7 48.Nf7) 48.Bd2>.

48...g5: <48...Ke5> also loses.

49...Ke7: <49...gxh4 50.gxh4 Kc5 51.h5 Nc6 52.h6>.

51...Nc6: <51...Kg7 52.Ne7>.

Source: 'Wiener Schachzeitung', September-October 1905, pp. 312-313

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