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David Janowski vs Carl Schlechter
Schlechter - Janowski (1902), Karlsbad (Karlovy Vary) AUH, rd 1, Jun-02
Russian Game: Classical Attack. Berger Variation (C42)  ·  0-1



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Jul-28-08  Cactus: A brilliant game by the 'drawing master'.
Nov-12-08  vonKrolock: First game of the match

<10.♘bd2> Another possibility is 10.♕b3 0-0 11.♘bd2 etc - in on of his articles from 1902 in the magazine "Deutsche Schachzeitung", Schlechter pointed out now following line: <11.♘fd2? ♘xf2! 12.♔xf2 ♗h4+ 13.g3 f4! 14.♔g2 fxg3 etc - good for black, and well documented - but wait, have a look at Ljubojevic vs S Makarichev, 1975

Mar-01-17  offramp: The link given ^ by <vonKrolock> has been altered to Ljubojevic vs S Makarichev, 1975.
Sep-07-22  offramp: Well, everyone will have to wait to <have a look at Ljubojevic vs S Makarichev, 1975>, IF that game still exists.

Here is a modern incarnation of the Petroff Hurricane, V Zarubitski vs Fridman, 2020. At least that REALLY does exist, eh, <VonKrolock>.

In this game Schlechter SHLELLACKED ๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ‘Œ his powerful opponent. The Petroff Defence has that quality do that, if Black has the opportunity.

Capablanca was White but Kolisch could have jobbernowl his famed Cuban foe (ie, Capablanca). Capablanca vs Kostic, 1919.

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