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Llewellyn Bentley Lancaster vs John K Christenson
New South Wales Championship (1901), Sydney AUS, rd 2, Jul-11
Queen's Gambit Declined: Modern Variation. Normal Line (D55)  ·  0-1

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Aug-24-21  optimal play: <<<<<<CHESS TOURNEY.>

THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES.>

The adjourned games in the second round were concluded last night.>

Christenson v Lancaster (Queen's Gambit declined) - Mr. Christenson won a brilliant partie. Dr. Lancaster, however, had the game in his own hands at one time, and subsequently could have forced a draw.>

NOTES BY MR. CHRISTENSON.>

<(a) 6… PQKt3 <6...b6>

Allowing Marshall’s favourite attack to come on.>

<(b) 9… BKt5 <9...Bg4>

Bishop would perhaps be better posted at Kt2 <b7>>

<(c) 10… PQB3 <10...c6>

An error; PKR3 <h6> is the correct move.>

<(d) 16. PKKt4 <16.g4>

If RKt <Rg1> there seems to be no defence for Black.>

<(e) 27. QRKt! <27.Rdg1>

Of course if RxQ 28 R mates <27...Rxf7 28.Rg8#>>

<(f) 32. RKKt6 <32.Rg6>

If RQKt5 <Rb5> White must win. The text move is invaluable time frittered away.>

<(g) 36. RxB <36.Rxg7>

An unnecessary sacrifice. RQ6 <Rd6> seems quite satisfactory.>

Sydney Morning Herald (NSW), Saturday 13 July 1901, page 13>

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