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Johannes Zukertort vs John Owen
Chislehurst m (1878)
Owen Defense: General (B00)  ·  1-0

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Oct-09-14
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  sachistu: This score looks questionable. For example, why wouldn't Black play 23...Rxc3(!)? Another source indicates White played 19.Rac1 when it seems White keeps the advantage throughout. Another deviation comes on move 40 when the other source gives 40...Qf8 41.Qg6+ Kh8 42.Nxd5 Qf3+ 43.Qg2 thus ending with 43 moves compared to the version given here of 45 moves. I have not yet found an independent source to verify either score. Anyone find this game among your books or magazines?

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