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Jose Luis Fernandez Saavedra vs Rodrigo Disconzi Da Silva
Ourense Burgas X op (2001), rd 8, Jul-14
Catalan Opening: Closed Variation (E06)  ·  1-0

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Feb-06-09  gauer: With apologies to Carlos Saavedra , Fernandez Saavedra, Jose Luis , Alberto L Saavedra & Patricia Riego Saavedra , this ending in the database by these players seems to be the closest game of the batch resembling what recently occurred in Svidler vs Topalov, 2006 .

Originally, a game Richard Fenton vs William Norwood Potter , 1875, 1/2 with position /


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/ continued: 1 Rxh3 Kxh3 2 Kc6 Rxa5 3 b7 Ra6+, & drawn by agreement. Instead, that year, The City of London Chess Magazine points out a try for a win by Josef Kling & Bernhard Horwitz , 1853. But with the passing of Potter 20 years later, Georges Emile Barbier attempts to correct a related study of Johannes Zukertort , Barbier claiming to have known a correction method that he previously used is a similar position of one of his games. Finally, another Saavedra steps in, writing a letter to a May 4 column of the Glasgow Weekly Citizen, showing a thematic underpromotion, & the rest became chessic history: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saaved... .

May-02-09  Lovuschka: I bet, you didn't know the full game already. It may be presented at the internet here for the first time, and I took it from the rare book of Harrie Grondijs, No Rook Unturned, where he gives as source the City of London Chess Magazine, Volume II 1875, where Johannes Hermann Zukertort annotated the game. Here it is without annotations, the position shown by you arrives after the 53rd move:

Richard Henry Falkland Fenton - William Norwood Potter, London 1875


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(odds of Pf7 and two moves; see diagram)
1.e4 2.d4 e6 3.Bd3 Qe7 4.Se2 d6 5.Sc3 Sc6 6.a3 g6 7.O-O Bg7 8.Be3 Sf6 9.b3 a6 10.f4 d5 11.e5 Sd7 12.f5 gxf5 13.Bxf5 exf5 14.Sxd5 Qd8 15.Sef4 Sdxe5 16.dxe5 O-O 17.Qh5 Bxe5 18.Rad1 Qe8 19.Qh4 Rf7 20.Rfe1 Qf8 21.b4 b6 22.c4 Bd7 23.Sd3 Qg7 24.Bf4 Bxf4 25.S3xf4 Se5 26.Sf6+ Qxf6 27.Qxf6 Rxf6 28.Rxe5 Bc6 29.Kf2 Rf7 30.Rd3 Be4 31.Rd4 Bc6 32.g3 Raf8 33.Sh5 Re8 34.Rxe8 Bxf8 35.Sf4 Bd7 36.Sd3 Re7 37.Kf3 Kg7 38.c5 Bb5 39.cxb6 cxb6 40.Kf4 Bxd3 41.Ke5 Kg6 42.Rd6+ Kg5 43.Rxb6 f4 45.gxf4+ Rxf4 46.Rxa6 Rh4 47.b5 Rxh3 48.a4 h5 49.b6 Rb3 50.a5 h4 51.Ra8 h3 52.Kd6 Kg4 53.Rh8 Rb5 54.Rxh3 Kxh3 55.Kc6 Rxa5 56.b7 Ra6+. Draw.

Jan-19-11  Lovuschka: Please replace: 5.Sc3 by 5.Sbc3, 9.b3 by 9.h3, 34...Bxf8 by 34...Bxe8. Add 41.Rxd3 Rf7, renumbering moves "41" to "43" to "42" to "44". The rest seems ok.

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