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Lajos Asztalos vs Gyula Breyer
Debrecen (1913), Debrecen AUH, rd 2, Jul-08
Semi-Slav Defense: Main Lines (D45)  ·  0-1

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Jul-28-05
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  chancho: R.N.Coles book Dynamic Chess, gives the finish as 27 Rxg3 pf2! 28 Qxf2 Qd1+ 29 Qg1 Bb7+ 30 Rg2 Bxg2# one hell of a game.
Jul-28-05  sneaky pete: Coles invented that finish, white resigned after 26... exf3. Schlechter, Deutsche Schachzeitung, August 1914, explains: there could follow 27.Rxg3 f2 28.Qxf2 Qd1+ 29.Kg2 Bb7+ 30.Kh3 Qh5#.
Jul-28-05
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  chancho: <Sneakypete> Thanks for the info dude.
Jan-04-14  Karpova: According to Georg Marco, White resigned after <27.Rxg3 f2> (he gives 28.Qxf2 Qd1+ 29.Kg2 Bb7+ as a possible continuation)

Source: Page 12 of the January-February 1914 'Wiener Schachzeitung'

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