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Isidor Gunsberg vs Jacques Mieses
Breslau (1889), Breslau GER, rd 10, Jul-22
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense (C55)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Dec-07-10  Jjoq: funny
63 ... Ke5? 1-0
64 Ka5! Ke6
65 Rb1? Kd7 1/2-1/2
Mar-27-19  Straclonoor: Gunsberg could won early in the game, when ending appears on the board.

Analysis by Stockfish 231218 64 POPCNT:

1. +- (8.83): 38.h5 f3 39.Rxf3 b6 40.Rd8 Kh6 41.Rh3 a5 42.bxa5 bxa5 43.f4 a4 44.Rxd6 Rh8 45.Rxf6 Nd7 46.Rc6 Rg7 47.Kg2 Ra8 48.Ra3 Rf8 49.Kf3 Nf6 50.d6 Nxh5 51.d7 Rxd7 52.Bxd7 Rxf4+ 53.Ke3 Kg7 54.Rxa4 Rf1

2. +- (8.17): 38.Rh3 Rh8 39.h5 Nxg6 40.hxg6 Rxh3 41.Bxh3 Rxe4 42.Bf5 Re7 43.Kg2 b6 44.Rc6 Kh6 45.Rxd6 Kg5 46.Be6 Kxg6 47.Rxb6 f5 48.Kf3 Kg5 49.Rb8 Rc7 50.Rc8 Rh7 51.Rf8 Rh3+ 52.Ke2 Rb3 53.Rxf5+ Kg4 54.Rf8+ Kg5 55.d6 Rxb4 56.d7 Rb2+ 57.Kf3

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