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Adolf Anderssen vs George Perigal
Casual game (1851), London ENG
Italian Game: Evans Gambit. Main Line (C51)  ·  1-0

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Oct-07-19
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  MissScarlett: Game appears in the <British Chess Review>, vol.1 (1853), p.227, with the difference that <16.Qa4+ Bd7 17.Qb3> is played, so the games diverge until <24...Bxf5> restores the harmony.
Oct-07-19  Jean Defuse: ...

The 'chessgames.com score' is right... Anderssen himself published it in the Schachzeitung 1851 p. 173.

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Oct-07-19
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  MissScarlett: Unless <Perigal> or <A N Other> kept the correct score, and <Anderssen> tidied his up.
Oct-07-19  Jean Defuse: ...

Possible but not very likely.

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Oct-07-19
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  MissScarlett: Does the inclusion of <16.Qa4+ Bd7 17.Qb3> make greater sense of <17...Bd6>?
Jan-24-23  Sirius69: 26) Re4? It's okay to take the rook with gxf5 since it also wins with a piece up with correct play.

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Schachzeitung 1851 p. 173.
from Publications by Year and Unconfirmed Source 7os by fredthebear
British Chess Review, vol.1 (1853), p.227
from Publications by Year and Unconfirmed Source 22 by fredthebear

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