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Julius Perlis vs Erich Cohn
St. Petersburg (1909), St. Petersburg RUE, rd 19, Mar-12
King's Gambit: Falkbeer Countergambit. Blackburne Attack (C31)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Aug-12-12  Karpova: After 9...Ncxe4


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Dr. Emanuel Lasker: <After 9...Nfxe4 10.Nxe4 Re8, the game would have been over, e. g. 11.Ne5 Bxe5 12.fxe5 Rxe5 13.Nxc5 Qh4+ 14.g3 Qb4+ etc, or 11.Nfg5 h6, or 11.Nfd2 Bf5. Finally, White could try 11.Be3 Nxe4 12.0-0-0 Qf6; now if he should try to save the pawn by 13.g3, Black might play 13...Nc3, but 13...Bg4 would suffice, for after White's only developing move 14.Bg2, Black would bring about the catastrophe by 14...Nc3 15.bxc3 Ba3+ 16.Kd2 Rad8+ 17.Ke1 Rxd1+ 18.Kxd1 Qxc3.>

From the St. Petersburg 1909 tournament book, translated by Richard Teichmann.

Jun-07-19  Straclonoor: White also missed clear win on move 27.

Analysis by Stockfish 150519 64 POPCNT:

1. +- (13.26): 27.Re8+ Kh7 28.Be5 Ra6 29.Rh8+ Kg6 30.Nf5 Qd3 31.Bf4 Qxf5 32.gxf5+ Kxf5 33.Bxc7 Kg6 34.Bf4 Kg7 35.Ree8 Ra2+ 36.Kg3 f6 37.Rxh6 Kf7 38.Rb8 b6 39.Be3 Ke6 40.Rb7 Kd5 41.Rxf6 Kc4 42.Bd4 Kd3 43.Rf3+ Kc4 44.Rff7 a5 45.Rxb6 a4 46.Ra7 Kb3 47.Rba6 Ra1 48.h4 Ra2 49.h5

2. +- (10.11): 27.Re5 Qd7 28.Re8+ Kh7 29.R2e7 Qxg4 30.Rxf7+ Kg6 31.Rg8+ Kxf7 32.Rxg4 Rf6 33.Nb5 h5 34.Rh4 a6 35.Nxc7 Kg6 36.Nd5 Rf7 37.c4 Rh7 38.Be3 Kf7 39.Nf4 Kf8 40.Nxh5 Ke7 41.Kg3 Kd8 42.Rd4+ Kc8 43.Nf4 Rg7+ 44.Kf2 Rh7 45.h3 Rd7 46.Rxd7 Kxd7

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