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Henry Harding vs Max Judd
2nd American Chess Congress (1871), Cleveland, OH USA, Dec-??
Anderssen Opening: General (A00)  ·  0-1

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Sep-17-05
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  wwall: 19.Re4 loses. Best may be 19.Qb3+ Kh8 20.Rxe8 Rxe8 21.Qxb7

After 19...Qf3, Black threatens 20...Qg2 mate. If 20.Bf1, then 20...Rxe4 21.Bxh3 (21.gxf4 Rf6 wins) Re2 22.Qc4+ Kh1 23.Rf1 Be3 wins for Black.

Jan-05-06  GreenDayGuy: Cool openning
Jan-04-16  SpecialOlympicWinner: Chess is so Harding for Elder patzer. Even his Max power is laughably weak.
Feb-22-16  zanzibar: The tournament book has the colors wrong (Game #53) on this game, but there's not much doubt that <CG> has it right.

(The tb has Judd as White for all 3-games in the pairing)

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