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Alexander Fritz vs Curt von Bardeleben
Nuremberg (1883), Nuremberg GER, rd 19, Jul-30
Spanish Game: Open. Open Variation (C80)  ·  0-1

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Jul-02-05  MichaelJHuman: How can this be a win for black?
Sep-05-05  joddle: Perhaps a timeloss?
Sep-05-05  IT4LICO: Black is 3 pawn down, why should not be a loss?
Sep-06-05  lopium: AhahahahzzZ!!!!! ahahahahzz
I guess the game was anotated as a win for black, then chessgames.com changed it for a loss, which is comprehensible because black will have 3 pawns less than white.... funny. ! ahahahz.
Mar-04-07  viv001: Can anyone explain me why did white lose?
Mar-04-07
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  Calli: "Alexander" was a very early beta version of Fritz that had a huge programming bug when calculating endgames. ;->
Oct-21-11
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  Phony Benoni: This was a loss on time forfeit, according to this crosstable published in the <British Chess Magazine>, Aug./Sept. 1883, p. 303:

http://books.google.com/books?id=_y...

The time control was 20 moves in one hour, with a five minute grace period being granted once a game if requested in advanced by a player. Move 40 would thus have been the end of the second time control; perhaps the grace period had been used earlier.

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