Karpova: This game was played by Telegraph.
Philadelphia Committee: H P Montgomery, W G Thomas, P P Randolph, Dr. Samuel Lewis and Lewis Elkin.
New York: T Lichtenhein, D W Fiske, J Thompson, Col. C D Mead and F Perrin.
Playing 9.Nxd5, White thought they could win a ♙, but spotted their error in time. Perhaps, White may have tried 10.dxc5 (10...bxc5 11.0-0).
14.Qf3: <Lost move.> Perhaps they could have gotten more out of it by opening the centre with 15.e4, considering Black's lack in development.
The annotator believes that they missed a win by playing 45...Rb8, instead of <45...Rb4>. An interesting option was 45...g3, threatening ...Rf2+.
Could Black have still won the game with 51...Kb2 ?
Source: G C Reichhelm & W P Shipley, Chess in Philadelphia, 1898, p. 62