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Stephen Fitz-James Trabue vs Louis Uedemann
4th USA Chess Association (1891), Lexington, KY USA, rd 1, Aug-04
Russian Game: Paulsen Attack (C42)  ·  0-1



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  Chessical: I believe that White could have held this R+Ps endgame.

At move 47:

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White could have played:

<47. Ra6+> Kh7 (or <47... Kf7> 48. Kf4 Rg4+ 49. Kxf5 g6+ 50. Ke5 Rxh4 51. f4 Rh2 52. Ra7+ =) 48. Kf4 Rg4+ 49. Kxf5 g6+ 50. Ke5 Rxh4 51. f4 Rh2

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52. Kf6 Rf2 (or <52... Rg2> 53. Ra7+ Kh6 54. Ra8=)<53. Kg5> Rg2+ 54. Kf6 h4 55. Ra8 Rg3

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56. f5 Rf3 57. Kg5 Rxf5+ 58. Kxh4 =

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