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Rezso Charousek vs Jackson Whipps Showalter
Nuremberg (1896), Nuremberg GER, rd 1, Jul-20
King's Gambit: Declined. Classical Variation (C30)  ·  1-0

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Feb-11-09
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  tamar: Tarrasch does not comment on 42...Ne6, but as it leads to the loss of the f pawn, perhaps Showalter should have been looking for a positional draw not moving it.

Wouldn't 42...Rxh4 have drawn? If 43 Rd2 Rh8 44 d7 Rd8


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I don't see a plan for White against the solid pawns.

Jun-15-17
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  keypusher: <tamar> It's funny, I showed the game briefly to Stockfish -- after 42....Rxh4 it gives an evaluation of -1.4 or so. Eventually White has to give the exchange back and try to hold a bad rook ending.
Jun-15-17
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  tamar: That looks right <keypusher> Komodo 10 gives an even more drastic evaluation on deep analysis -4.91/35

42...Rxh4 43 Rd2 Rh8 44 d7 Rd8 45 Rf1 Kf6
46 h3 gxh3 47 Kh2 Ne6 48 Kh3 Ke5 49 Kg2 Nf4+ whether White takes the knight or not


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