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Robert Behting vs Karl Wilhelm Rosenkrantz
1st Baltic Chess Congress- Major (1899), Riga RUE, rd 3
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Main Line (C29)  ·  1-0

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Feb-26-18  zanzibar: This tournament involved 12 players and was finished on Aug. 18, 1899 according to Schiffers Niva Suppl. (1899) p222.

(Player list (google translate) Bankovitch, K. Beting, R. Beting, Brashe, Milevsky, Miller, Rozenkrantz, Zbot, Zon, Wagenheim, Vikman, Zabludovskiy.)

Feb-26-18
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  Retireborn: Zbot? Well, I suppose you zeds have your names and it would be Brashe of me to make fun :)
Feb-26-18
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  perfidious: Nothing wrong with being a mite Brashe now and again, even in the face of all them there zeds.
Feb-26-18
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  Straclonoor: <Retireborn: Zbot?> I think it was Johannes Ernst Seyboth (in Russian media Ivan Martynovich Zeibot) - strong St.Petersburg chess player. He was born and passed away in Riga (1864-1938). He was school teacher in Petrischule in Saint-Petersburg.
Feb-26-18
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  Retireborn: <Straclonoor> Thanks. My database has one game by Zeibot against Alexander M Levin, St Petersburg 1900.

<perfidious> Zeds under the bed. Surrounded by zeds, one can only be in Zugzwang.

Feb-26-18  zanzibar: ьфниу Ш ырщгдв зщые еру тфьудшые шт еру щкшпштфд Кгыышфтю

Oops, had the keyboard in Russian, let's try that again...

Maybe I should post the namelist in the original Russian.

ha!

Feb-26-18  heuristic: 5...Nxc3 is rare
7...Bg4 is unique

see olga for SF analysis:

13.cxd5?!
13.c3 dxc4 14.Bxc4 b5 15.Bb3

13...Qxd5?
13...cxd5 14.c3 Nc6 15.Bc2 f5

14.Rx3?!
14.cxd5 Bxd1 15.d6 Bxd6 17.Rxd1 Be7 18.Be4

17...Qc5?!
17...Qe6 18.Qc2 Qh6 19.Re1 Bd8

19.Qg4?
19.c5 Qd7 20.Qc2 g6 21.Rf3

22...f6?
22...Bf6 23.Rxf6 Qxf6 24.Qxf6 Nx6 25.Bxf6 Rae8

28.Bxf5!?
28.Bc3 Rd8 29.h4 b5 30.Bxf5

28...c5??
28...Re1 29.Be4 c5 30.g4 Rf1+

Mar-09-18
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  mifralu: <First Baltic Tournament April 1899>

http://www.edochess.ca/tournaments/...

Oct-20-19
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  whiteshark: Correction / Additional infos*:

[Event "First Baltic Chess Congress - Major"]
[Date "1899.04.12"]
[Round "3"]
[White "Behting, Robert"]
[Source "Baltische Schachblätter #7, p.401-402"]

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