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James Mason vs Berthold Englisch
Vienna (1882), Vienna AUH, rd 25, Jun-10
Formation: Queen Pawn Game: London System (D02)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Dec-13-18  Straclonoor: Ending remind me Capablanca vs Tarrasch, 1914 Pawns on same lines. Structure looks like copy after rook exchanging in final position. Early in game black definitely could won.

Analysis by Stockfish 091218 64 POPCNT:

1. -+ (-4.00): 54...Kf6 55.Re8 Rxc5+ 56.Kxc5 Rxe8 57.Kd4 Re6 58.Rg3 Rc6 59.Rc3 Rd6+ 60.Kc5 Ke7 61.Rg3 Re6 62.Rg7+ Kd8 63.Ra7 Bd7 64.Ra8+ Kc7 65.Ra7+ Kc8 66.Kd5 Rb6 67.Kc5 Rh6 68.Kd4 Bb5 69.Rf7 Rc6

2. -+ (-3.16): 54...Kf5 55.Rf1+ Kg6 56.Kb4 Rd2 57.Re3 Bf5 58.Ref3 a5+ 59.Ka3 R2d5 60.Rc3 Rc8 61.c6 Rc7 62.Re1 Kf7 63.Ka4 Kf6 64.Re8 Bc8 65.Ree3 Be6 66.Ka3 Rb5

Oct-09-19  SymphonicKnight: Mason's opening is slightly passive, being a reverse Slav, but nevertheless quite as potential. Opening with d4 implies targeting h7, hoping for a K-side castling, rather than e4, going to prematurely attack f7, is more logical. Englisch should have, according to Stockfish, immediately contested 8.Ne5 by 8...Nd7!, still only valued as 0.3 better, and =0.00, but then again at 10...Nd7! The obvious move then that Mason missed first, was 11.Ng6!

14.Qg4! would have won the pawn.

Stockfish considers 38...Kf7! And 39...Rf6 as holding the draw, but after 38...Rb6, 39.R1e4! was probably sufficient to win still.

Stockfish explains the final mistakes resulting in a draw, rather than a win for Englisch.

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