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Amos Burn vs Isidor Gunsberg
Bradford BCA (1888), Bradford ENG, rd 9, Aug-11
Queen Pawn Game: Colle System (D04)  ·  0-1

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Sep-03-04  morphynoman2: A good game by Gunsberg.
Jan-06-12  Morphischer: Gunsberg missed 31.Qh1#
May-21-14  MUNGOMYERS: whats wrong with c7 followed by a5 does white queen ?
May-21-14  Nerwal: after 48. c7 ♘b6 49. a5 Black has a choice between the simple 49.... ♘c8, and letting white queen with 49... g2 50. axb6 g1=♕ 52. c8=♕ ♕b1+ and mate to follow.
Feb-17-20
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  MissScarlett: <Morphischer: Gunsberg missed 31.Qh1#>

Hmmmm, yes. Given it's unlikely that both sides and Steinitz, reviewing the game in the <Field> all missed it, there has to be a mistake in the score. The <Field> has <31.KR to B2>, so <31.Ref2> was played. Forster has <31.Rff2>. Correction submitted.

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