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Rudolf Rezso Charousek vs Wilhelm Cohn
Berlin (1897), Berlin GER, rd 13, Sep-27
King's Gambit: Falkbeer Countergambit. Charousek Gambit Old Line (C32)  ·  1-0

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Nov-29-07  Autoreparaturwerkbau: I'm sure black thought he can make mess with 28...Re1+? but white quickly cools him down.
Jul-09-08  myschkin: Charousek - Cohn

Berlin 1897

1.e4 e5 2.f4 Und das trotz Steinitz, Tarrasch und Lasker! 2... d5 Falkbeers Gegengambit verspricht sicheren Ausgleich. 3.exd5 e4 Ein lästiger Zeitgenosse. 4.d3 Sf6 5.De2 Dxd5 Hundert Jahre später bevorzugt man 5... Lg4. 6.Sc3 Lb4 7.Ld2 Tolpatschig wäre 7.dxe4 Sxe4 8.Ld2 Dxd2+ 9.Dxd2 Sxd2 10.Kxd2 Le6. 7... Lxc3 8.Lxc3 Sbd7 Freier atmet man nach 8... Lg4 9.dxe4 De6. 9.g4!? Futuristische Töne des ungarischen Figurenkünstlers! Lg2 und g5 drohen. Vorsichtiger war 9.0-0-0. 9... 0-0 10.Lg2 exd3?! Schock und Paralyse, besser 10... Dd6. 11.Lxd5 dxe2 12.Lf3 Te8 13.Sxe2 Der ist wieder glücklich im Körbchen, Weiß erfreut sich kräftiger Initiative. 13... Se4 14.0-0 Sdf6 15.h3 Ld7?! Abermals Zaudern. Schärfste Gegenmaßnahmen waren angesagt: 15... h5 16.g5 Sh7 und alles ist offen. 16.Tfd1 Lc6 17.Le5 Tad8 Der gordische Knoten. Nicht empfehlenswert ist 17... Sg3?! 18.Sxg3 Lxf3, aber vielleicht andersrum: 17... Sxc3!? 18.Sxc3 (18.Lxc6?! Sxe2+ 19.Kf2 bxc6 20.Kxe2 Sxg4!) 18... Lxf3 19.Td3 Lc6 20.Lxc7. 18.Sd4 h6? (Diagramm 1) Kippt die ganze Partie in den Mülleimer. Die letzte Chance war 18... Ld5 19.Sb5 Sc3 20.Lxf6 gxf6 21.Lxd5 Sxb5 22.Lxb7 Sd4! mit haltbarem Endspiel. 19.Sxc6 bxc6 20.Te1 Nun fallen Weiß die ersten Früchte in den Schoß. 20... Sd2 21.Lxc6 Te6 22.Lg2 Tde8 23.b3 g5 24.Ted1 gxf4? Schiere Verzweiflung ob des langsamen Todes nach 24... Sde4. 25.Lxf6 Te2 26.Lc3 f3 27.Txd2 f2+ Ob dies oder 27... fxg2 <28.Tad1 ist auch schon egal.> 28.Kf1 Te1+ 29.Kxf2 Der letzte Stolz der schwarzen Stellung ist dahin. 1-0

Feb-10-10  ballroomblitz: hallo "myschkin": deine Kommentierung ist sehr gelungen! Flott,knapp,präzise und würzig ...werde mal sehen,ob es davon weitere Kostproben gibt - weiter so! Charousek ... das war jemand - für Kenner !
Sep-23-16  Pyrandus: Der junge Charousek - az ifjú Charousek. Zseni volt.

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