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Johannes Esser vs David Janowski
Match (1910), Paris FRA, rd 3, Jun-??
Spanish Game: Exchange Variation. General (C68)  ·  1-0

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Mar-28-20  mifralu: The game continued :

< 37... b5 38. Ng4 R5e4 39. Kf3 Re8 40. Rf2 R2e7 41. Rd3 Rf8+ 42. Kg2 Rg8 43. Rg3 Reg7 44. Rf4 Kb7 45. Kf3 Kb6 46. Rg2 Rd8 47. Rf6+ Ka5 48. Ne5 Rxg2 49. Kxg2 Rd2+ 50. Rf2 Rd1 51. Kf3 c4 52. c3 Ra1 53. a3 Rb1 54. Ke3 Ka4 55. Nd7 Kb3 56. Nc5+ Ka2 57. Nxa6 c6 58. Nb4+ Kb3 59. Nxc6 Rxb2 60. Rxb2+ Kxb2 61. Kd4 Kxa3 62. Nb4 Kb2 63. Nd5 Ka3 64. Kc5 Ka4 1-0 >

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December, p. 292 [Game 234 / 2035] INcomplete; see Intro.
from American Chess Bulletin 1910 by Phony Benoni

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