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Jacques Mieses vs David Janowski
Janowski - Mieses (1895), Paris FRA, rd 10, Jan-23
Bishop's Opening: Vienna Hybrid (C28)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jun-04-18  Straclonoor: According to Lomonosov TB7 black mating in 110 (!) moves.

62. Kc6 Nbd7 63. Kb5 Kd6 64. Kxa5 Kc5 65. Ka6 Nh7 66. Kb7 Kb5 67. a4+ Ka5 68. Ka7 Ndf6 69. Kb7 Ng8 70. Kc7 Nxh6 71. Kd7 Ng4 72. Kc7 Nf2 73. Kb7 Ng5 74. Kc7 Nd3 75. Kc6 Nf7 76. Kc7 Nc5 77. Kc6 Na6 78. Kd5 Nd8 79. Kd4 Nb7 80. Kc4 Nbc5 81. Kd4 Kb4 82. a5 Kb3 83. Kd5 Kc3 84. Ke5 Kd3 85. Kf4 Kd4 86. Kf3 Ne6 87. Ke2 Ke4 88. Kd2 Nf4 89. Kc2 Ke3 90. Kc3 Nd3 91. Kc4 Ndb4 92. Kc3 Ke4 93. Kc4 Ke5 94. Kc3 Kd5 95. Kd2 Kd4 96. Ke2 Ke4 97. Kf2 Nd5 98. Kg3 Ne3 99. Kh4 Kf4 100. Kh5 Nd5 101. Kg6 Kg4 102. Kg7 Kg5 103. Kf7 Kf5 104. Kg7 Ne7 105. Kh7 Kg5 106. Kg7 Nc6 107. Kf7 Kf5 108. Kg7 Nc7 109. Kh6 Kg4 110. Kg6 Nd5 111. Kh6 Nf4 112. Kg7 Kf5 113. Kf7 Ke5 114. a6 Na7 115. Ke7 Ng6+ 116. Kf7 Kf5 117. Kg7 Ne5 118. Kh7 Kf6 119. Kh6 Ng6 120. Kh5 Kf5 121. Kh6 Nf4 122. Kh7 Ke6 123. Kg7 Ke7 124. Kh7 Kf7 125. Kh6 Kf6 126. Kh7 Ne6 127. Kg8 Kg6 128. Kh8 Kf7 129. Kh7 Ng7 130. Kh6 Kf6 131. Kh7 Nf5 132. Kg8 Ke7 133. Kh8 Kf8 134. Kh7 Kf7 135. Kh8 Kg6 136. Kg8 Ne7+ 137. Kf8 Kf6 138. Ke8 Ng6 139. Kd8 Ke5 140. Kd7 Kd5 141. Kd8 Kd6 142. Ke8 Ke6 143. Kd8 Nf8 144. Ke8 Nh7 145. Kd8 Nf6 146. Kc7 Ke7 147. Kb7 Kd7 148. Kb6 Kd6 149. Ka5 Kc5 150. Ka4 Kc4 151. Ka3 Kc3 152. Ka2 Ne4 153. Kb1 Kd2 154. Ka2 Kc2 155. Ka3 Kc3 156. Ka2 Nd6 157. Ka3 Ndb5+ 158. Ka2 Kc2 159. Ka1 Nd6 160. Ka2 Nc4 161. Ka1 Kb3 162. Kb1 Nb2 163. Kc1 Kc3 164. Kb1 Nd3 165. Ka2 Kb4 166. Kb1 Kb3 167. Ka1 Kc2 168. Ka2 Nb5 169. a7 Nc1+ 170. Ka1 Nd4 171. a8=Q Ndb3#

Mar-12-19
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  woldsmandriffield: >Straclonoor< 62..Nbd7 is the only winning move. Likewise 63 Kc7 was the only drawing move.

The last chance for Black to win was 68..Kb5 (but in a ridiculous 108 moves!) Mieses found the excellent 69 a4!

It is completely arcane but 74 Kc3 was also a technical loss after 74..Nd5+

This game pre-dates Troitzky's famous analysis of the two Knight endgame.

Did the 50-move rule apply to the contest?! In C19th tournaments, the 50-move 'count' commenced when one of the players announced the fact. In matches, the situation is less clear and how long this endgame might have continued could have depended on the match conditions agreed to by Mieses and Janowski.

In Chess as in life, be careful what you agree to...

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