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Wilhelm Steinitz vs Dionisio M Martinez
Philadelphia m2 (1882), Philadelphia, PA USA, rd 5, Dec-08
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Steinitz Gambit Fraser-Minckwitz Defense (C28)  ·  1-0



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Apr-28-17  chessgame901: Dionisio M Martinez can play69...Kb4 so he can protect the pawn from the white queen and play 70...a5 so Dionisio M Martinez can beat Wilhelm Steinitz here is the diagram

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finally 71...a2 and has a chance to win

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  Chessical: <chessgame901> <69...Kb4> cannot avoid an inevitable loss for Black.

69. g8=Q Kb4 70. Ke4 a5 71. Kd4 a4 72. Qc4+ Ka5 73. Kc5 a2 74. Qb5 mate

May-12-17  chessgame901: oh i made a mistake
Oct-25-19  SymphonicKnight: This game seems to be full of mistakes, and I don't get the play of either side, nor does Stockfish.

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