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Joseph Henry Blackburne vs Maximilian Fleissig
Vienna (1873), Vienna AUH, rd 9, Aug-18
Queen's Gambit Declined: Alapin Variation (D31)  ·  1-0



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Oct-11-04  Swindler: The Black King will be driven away from his pawns which will be taken by White.
Oct-11-04  Knight13: <Swindler> Oh yeah, you are right. Like 103... Ke6 104. Kc5 Kf6 103. Kd5 and white wins the Black pawn.
May-13-11  madhatter5: for the record, 15...♗xg2?? 16.♖g1! and 17.♘xg6
Dec-05-14  joddon: pure fight of opposition every single one of those 103 moves....for its time this might be one of the hardest fought battles between two player, black has preparation in this game, like no other. he invented lines to fight against Joseph that even in modern day situations may seem odd strange yet extremely effective....but white seems to fight off diagonal attacks like no other.we in todays time get scared and offer draws when endgames look so tight...showed me the grit back in the days was as strong as never.

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