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Martin Christoffel vs Jacques Mieses
Hastings (1945/46), Hastings ENG, rd 6, Jan-03
English Opening: Symmetrical. Four Knights Variation (A35)  ·  0-1



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Apr-21-03  Green Bishop: A nice game with a beautiful final combination for Mieses, who was 80 years old at that time. Christofel was 24.
Feb-06-07  SBC:

This game, his only win at Hastings 1945-6, won Mieses the Brilliancy prize. He was 80 years old at the time.

Jul-14-09  True2theGame: Reinfeld says he was well over 80 at the time this game was played 1945... That is a MONSTER combination for anybody, much less an 80+ fellow. I should hope to play that well at 80!
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  louispaulsen88888888: And it’s mate next move!!!!!!?!
Oct-19-20  JPi: Youth was on Black side. 28...RxB+! Oops refreshing!
Oct-19-20  sudoplatov: 22.Bxf6 should be better than 22.Qd3.
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Anyone else feeling a bit disappointed that Mieses finally moved a center pawn? Fortunately, it proved vital to the mating combination.
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  GrahamClayton: <An Englishman> Good Evening: Anyone else feeling a bit disappointed that Mieses finally moved a center pawn? Fortunately, it proved vital to the mating combination.

<An Englishman>, Do you think Mieses saw the mating attack when he played 22...e6, or was he trying to stop Nd5 by Christoffel?

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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Looks like he only wanted to prevent Nd5. Took a few weak moves by White before Mieses could start to think of brilliancy prizes.

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