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Emil Schallopp vs Johann Nepomuk Berger
Hamburg (1885), Hamburg GER, rd 16, Jul-24
Scotch Game: Schmidt Variation (C45)  ·  1-0

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Apr-07-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: I don't believe what i just saw! Both sided back-rank-mate threats, seemingly unsurmountable material deficit by white, queen promotion, unearthly fight for draw by white finishing with black's fiasco. And the trouble is - i don't even know where black went wrong.
May-08-17  goser: Brilliant realization of "two pawns vs a rook" advantage in the endgame! :)
Nov-13-17
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  louispaulsen88888888: Black’s last chance was 77...RxB. Then 78 white queens and black takes the last pawn. Drawn ending.
Nov-13-17
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  louispaulsen88888888: I must correct my previous comment. Black still has a draw with 78...Ne6.
Nov-16-17  Straclonoor: <Brilliant realization of "two pawns vs a rook" advantage in the endgame! :)>

After 73 moves position totally won for black!
Here is the line from Lomonosov TB7 (1st move in the line=74th move in the game) 1. Kb5 Nxb2 2. a6 Nd1 3. Bg1 Nc3+ 4. Kb4 Nd5+ 5. Kb3 Nb6 6. a7 Kc6 7. Bf2 Ra8 8. Bg1 Rxa7 9. Kc3 Rg7 10. Bf2 Nd7 11. Bd4 Rg6 12. Be3 Kd5 13. Bf2 Ne5 14. Ba7 Rc6+ 15. Kb3 Ng4 16. Kb2 Ra6 17. Bg1 Kc4 18. Kc2 Ra2+ 19. Kb1 Re2 20. Bb6 Nf6 21. Ba5 Ne4 22. Kc1 Nc3 23. Bb4 Kd3 24. Bxc3 Kxc3 25. Kb1 Rf2 26. Ka1 Kb3 27. Kb1 Rf1#

Nov-16-19
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  woldsmandriffield:


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An infamous fiasco. Black should keep the Rook on the 1st rank and play 74..Rh8! eg 75 a6 Rh7+ 76 Kc8 (76 Kb8 Nb4 -+) 76..Kc6 77 a7 Kxb6 -+

After 74..Rc4? 75 a6 the win is gone.

78..Nd7?? completed the disaster: 78..Rxa7! 79 Bxa7 Na6 80 b5 Nc5 81 Kc7 Na4 followed by ..Kc4 forces a draw.

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