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Adolf Zytogorski vs Thomas Barnes
Kling's Coffee House (1855), London, rd 2
French Defense: General (C00)  ·  1-0

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Mar-10-06  blingice: Fantastic endgame tactic.
Oct-27-06  amtr: The game would of ended with 68...Kh1 then 67.Qe1# or 67.Qf1# or 67.Qd1#
Oct-27-06
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  keypusher: or 68....h1/N+ 69. Kf3 and mate next.

58. h4 was indeed fantastic. After 58. Kc5 Kg2 59. Kd6 Kxh2 60. Kxe6 h5 61. Kf5 h4 62. e6 h3 63. e7 h2 64. e8/Q h1/Q it's a draw.

Coming out of the opening, Zytogorski won the weak c5-pawn in a proto-Nimzoindian formation, a la Staunton vs Bristol, 1841 and Staunton vs E Williams, 1851

Aug-01-07  Cactus: An exellent zugzwang.
Oct-08-07  Antiochus: Endgame masterpiece and a hard way to french def. fans.
Apr-28-17  chessgame901:


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and mate.

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