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Tassilo von der Lasa vs Jean Dufresne
? (1850)
Scotch Game: General (C45)  ·  1-0

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Oct-13-03  xu fei: The position after 29...fxg4 is one of the most interesting zugzwang positons I have ever seen.
Oct-14-03  bishop: xu fei, I believe that you can only truly call a position a zugzwang if ANY move that you make makes your position worse. Since 30...c6 did not make Black's position worse than it already was and even threatened to improve it, you cannot actually call the position after 30.Kf2 zugzwang, although certainly any move by the Black King or Rook loses immediately.
Mar-30-19  Jean Defuse: ...

<wrong date!> played on 17.05.1853 in Berlin...

Sources: Schachzeitung 1853, p. 181 & Chess Player's Chronicle 1853, p. 225-226 (CPC without exact date...)

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