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Jean Taubenhaus vs Max Weiss
6th American Chess Congress (1889), New York, NY USA, rd 2, Mar-26
Spanish Game: Open. Italian Variation (C82)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Nov-28-09  offramp: White's queen's bishop never gets a minute's peace.

This opening looks very good for Black.
I think that he should have played 13...Qf6, forcing that restless bish to relocate yet again.


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Probably 14.Be3. Then I think ...Rg8 looks good, it sets up threats of ...Nf3+ in the future.

Dec-04-14  Knight13: The alternative, 20... f6, to first stop any ideas of Qg5 and freeing the his Knight to go to e5, results in 21. Rad1 Rad8 22. Be3, with White holding and Black unable to get ... d4 in. But it still might be a better try than the immediate 20... d4, which led to a draw, if Black wants to play for a win.

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