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Jacques Mieses vs Arnold Schottlaender
USA-06.Congress New York (32-1) (1892), Dresden GER, rd 4
French Defense: Alapin Gambit (C00)  ·  0-1



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Sep-23-05  Gazman5: can anyone explain to me why this would be called a draw? Why isn't black winning?
Premium Chessgames Member Black should win easily. Perhaps somebody can find confirmation from a book, or another database, that this really is 0-1.
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  Calli: <Chessgames>

Burn and Burille played 3 games, all at NY 1889. We have 5 in the DB. According to Forster,

Burille vs Burn, 1889

is the correct 13th round game.

Also Correct is

Burn vs Burille, 1889

Which is the replay of a draw from the second cycle.

The other three games including this one are not Burn-Burille. Probably, they are some other games from the tournament. The Burn Burille draw seems to be missing.

Sep-23-05  4KingWaste: <Gazman5> Perhaps, black did not see that he could; 1 Stop the passed Pawn
2 Take the white queen side
3 Role his QS pawn majority to the 8 rank

But all this is suposition, the truth was that Madame Gautreau was waiting in his hotel room.

What would you do?

Speak now or forever hold your piece.

Aug-10-09  sneaky pete: This is Jacques Mieses vs Arnold Schottlaender, Dresden 1892, round 4, result 0-1.
May-12-16  zanzibar: Why has <sneaky pete>'s comment been processed and this game properly relabeled?

Hmmm... maybe needs a correction slip?

Anyways, it looks like most of the Burns // Burille games got straightened out, but not this one.

All the other 3 games match up with Chessbase + NIC (I just checked move lengths).

I'll delete this one from my "private stock" for now. Later, after I check the literature, maybe I'll stop back and do a slip.

Yes, just checked with <MillBase>, and the game's movelist given here matches

<Mieses--Schottlaender 0-1 Dresden (1892)>

What the heck happened?

May-12-16  zanzibar: OK, I submitted a slip saying to read the comments.
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