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Johannes Zukertort vs Max Lange
Aachen, 7th congress WDS (1868), Aachen GER, rd 1, Aug-02
Italian Game: Evans Gambit (C51)  ·  0-1



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Aug-06-13  thomastonk: Zukertort published this game in "Neue Berliner Schachzeitung" 1868, vol. 5, pp 263-4, and there he states that he resigned after 37... ♘xd4.

The version here (with the two additional moves) is that of "Schachzeitung" 1868, vol. 23, p 254. The journal was edited by Johannes von Minckwitz, but this article is signed "M. G.".

Moreover, Black was not any "Lange", but Max Lange.

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