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Arnold Schottlaender vs Joseph Henry Blackburne
Hamburg (1885), Hamburg GER, rd 10, Jul-20
French Defense: Advance. Euwe Variation (C02)  ·  0-1



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Apr-11-09  Hugh the Drover: White's Caledonian ferocity is not enough to stave off Blackburne's attack from the northwest islands, dislodging any Honorable defense of lower Brittania (Isles if Scilly to le Manche), further adding to Rome's woes.
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  Calli: 50.Rf3?? "Auch ohne dieses Verschen war die Partie nicht mehr zu halten." - Tournament book.

Even without this ???, the game could no longer be held.

Verschen - ins Englische übersetzen?

Apr-11-09  Jim Bartle: "verschen" isn't a typo of "versuchen"?
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  Calli: You are right. Bad copy and old eyes! the word is actually "Versehen"

"Auch ohne dieses Versehen war die Partie nicht mehr zu halten."

Even without this blunder, the game could no longer be held.

Apr-12-09  Hugh the Drover: Die Schotten waren sehr stark herein, aber es ist neugierig dass Blackburne gewinnen soll, fast wie Wm Wallace.

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