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Howard Staunton vs NN
Casual game (1841), London ENG
Scotch Game: General (C45)  ·  1-0

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Nov-08-08  I Offer You A Resign: Nice little mate at the end, there...
Jul-28-18
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  fredthebear: If 47...Kxg4 then 48.Ne5+ forks the loose Black bishop, and Black's endgame is lost.
Jun-18-21
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  MissScarlett: Chess Player's Chronicle, vol.i, 1841, p.386:

<Played at Goode's Chess Rooms, between Mr. S-----n and a distinguished Metropolitan Amateur.>

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  Dionysius1: <I Offer You A Resign> It is too. And even better was the lure. "I know, let's avoid 47...♔xg4 losing a ♗."

Thanks for pointing it out - the 19th century has some of the prettiest chess stuff, doesn't it?

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