Gypsy: The result of this game actually was <a draw by an agreement> -- after an appeal. Both players played under a protest against the playing conditions.
Donaldson and Minev (Akiba Rubinstein: Uncrowned King) explain the situation thus : Benjamin Markovich Blumenfeld was already finished with his playing schedule and was in the tournament's second place, 1.5 points ahead of Rubinstein. In turn, Rubinstein had two games to settle -- this one (adjourned) and E Talvik vs Rubinstein, 1905. But, during the adjournement of this game, Blumental and his friends were making such a noisy racket in playing hall, that both, Maliuting and Rubinstein, appealed to the TD but to no avail. As the racked continued on, both players resumed play only under protest.
Rubinstein missed a forced win on move 45 and completely collapsed afterwards, to the point of resigning on the move 56 and immediately pressing on his standing protest to the tournament committee. The following day the committee decided that the adjourned position should be replayed (and made Blumenfeld to promise better behaviour). The replay however would have have been a practically certain win for Rubinstein as Blumenfeld (!) has already showed the winning procedure to all including Rubinstein. Still, Maliutin sportingly agreed to the replay, but Rubinstein offered a draw that Maliutin accepted.
White <45.Bf5?> lets out a forced win; the winning move due to Blumenfeld was 45.Bh7!
The final tournament standings were 1.Salwe, 2-3.Blumental and Rubinstein, ... 12.Talvik, 13.Maliutin,...
Rubinstein had no losses in the tournament and won his game against Blumenfeld --
Rubinstein vs B Blumenfeld, 1906.