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Louis Paulsen / Dr. Carl Goring / Johannes Metger vs Adolf Anderssen / Johannes Zukertort / Dr C. Schmid
Leipzig Consultation (1877), Leipzig GER, Jul-22
English Opening: Agincourt Defense (A13)  ·  0-1

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Jun-28-07  Minty: This must be a different Schmid. Lothar M. Schmid wasn't even born until more than 50 years after this game, and apparently, 3 years after Metger died.
May-10-08
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  Calli: DBC - This is a consultation game. The players are Louis Paulsen, Dr. Carl Goring, Johannes Metger as White and Adolph Anderssen, Johannes Zukertort and Dr C. Schmid playing Black.

Source: BCM reprint of the Leipzig 1877 Tournament Book, game 77.

May-13-08  IntoTheWilderness: It looks like there were a few major blunders here for white...
Jul-05-08
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  whiteshark: <suggest your correction> Done!
Nov-24-19  cameosis: the schmid in question is carl friedrich schmid:

Carl Friedrich Schmid

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