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Daniel Harrwitz vs Johann Jacob Loewenthal
Harrwitz - Loewenthal m (1853), London, rd 14, Nov-??
Spanish Game: Schliemann Defense (C63)  ·  1-0

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Nov-22-04  Knight13: I don't like the way Loewenthal played the move 18... Bc5?. 26. Nc7 is better. 25. Qxc3?! is not a good move, I think, because the queen is stuck there just to protect the b2 bishop.
Jan-05-20
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  dernier loup de T: This game, of of the prettiest victories of Harrwitz in my opinion, is unfortunately the ONLY game of the match Staunton did not annotate in his "The chess player's chronicle"...
Jan-05-20  Carrots and Pizza: Harrwitz was a great player from the old times. He gave Morphy all he could handle and played a good, positional game. I wonder why he was never the champion.

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