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Albert Cohnfeld vs Max Judd
5th American Chess Congress, New York (1880), Manhattan, New York USA, rd 3, Jan-12
Dutch Defense: General (A80)  ·  0-1



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Jan-05-06  dakgootje: black to play and win (well at least gain advantage) at move 12 for a monday?
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  GrahamClayton: "Yesterday Cohnfeld and Judd again played together. The former played very carefully, deliberating long before each move. The entire time occupied by him was 2 hours, while it took Judd only 50 minutes. After long thought and frequent scratching, a look of triumph beamed in Cohnfeld's eye as he made a move. Judd, who had gone to another table to tell a friend that he had laid a trap to capture Cohnfeld's bishop in two moves (37...♖c1+ & 38...♖f1), returned and carried out his promise. After 43 moves, Cohnfeld gracefully resigned."

New York Times, January 13, 1880.

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