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Jacques Schwarz vs Max Weiss
Graz (1880), Graz AUH, rd 4, Sep-05
Modern Defense: King Pawn Fianchetto (B06)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jan-30-04  fatbaldguy: This game is interesting in its own right, although I think black blundered away a win - but aside from that, how often would you see a player called Schwarz (which in German means black) playing white against a player called Weiss (which in German means white) playing black...?
Jan-30-04
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  Calli: Weiss definitely let this one slip away. 28...Qe4 would keep things simple with some exchanges.
Jul-02-10
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  tamar: What a world. Weiss ist Schwarz, und Schwarz ist Weiss.
Jul-02-10  Jim Bartle: Nice!
Jul-05-17
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  Straclonoor: After Queens exchanging white have clear win:
Analysis by Stockfish 030717 64 POPCNT:
(#44): 40...f5 41.Nd3 Kf6 42.Kf4 Ke6 43.h3 Kf6 44.h4 Ke6 45.Ne5 b5 46.Nd3 Kf6 47.Nc5 h5 48.Nd3 Ke6 49.Kg5 f4 50.Kxf4 Kd5 51.Kf5 Kc4 52.Ke4 b4 53.Nxb4 Kc3 54.Nd3 Kc4 55.Ne5+ Kc5 56.Kf5 Kd5 57.Nd3 Kc4 58.Ke4 Kc3 59.Ne5 Kb4 60.Kxd4 Ka5 61.Nd3 Kb5 62.Ke4 Ka6 63.Ke5 Kb6 64.Nf4 Kc6 65.Nxh5 Kd7 66.Nf6+ Kc6 67.Kd4 Kc7

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