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Jacques Mieses vs Richard Teichmann
Berlin (Match) (1910), rd 2
Mieses Opening: General (A00)  ·  0-1

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Sep-12-07  RookFile: Teichmann was a sharp tactician.
Jul-14-17
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  offramp: The second game of the match, and Jacques Mieses plays the Mieses Opening. This seems to turn quickly into a Reversed God-knows-what Defence:


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6. exd5+.

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White has just played 10. Bd2 and is about to castle.
10....Ne3
11.Bxe3 fxe3
12.Qxe3 Re8.


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The Mieses Opening has backfired. In order to prolong the game White must give up a piece.

As usual, after losing the piece Mieses starts to play well. It is too late, though, and Teichmann plays very well.


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21.Nh3 Be6
22.Rdd1 Bxb3
23.Qxb3 Rac8
24. g3 Nc4.


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Well played by Black!

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