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- Great Matchups: Mieses vs Teichmann, 1895
5 games, 1895
In 1895 a match was arranged in London between Jacques Mieses and Richard Teichmann, two of the leading masters of the time.|
After 6 games, Teichmann proved much superior with the impressive score of +4 =1 -1.
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This one is for you, patzers from every corner of the globe, cheers!|
"In the 8th edition of the Lehrbuch des Schachspiels by the great players Jean Dufresne and Jacques Mieses, a famous work which deservedly attained much praise in the late 19th century, the following line in the Tarrasch Defense of the Queen's Gambit Declined is to be found: 1.d4, d5; 2.c4, e6; 3.♘c3, c5; 4.♘f3, cxd4; 5.♘xd4, e5; 6.♘db5, d4; 7.♘d5, ♘a6; 8.♕a4, ♗d7; 9.e3, ♘e7
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At this point, the text reads, 'Black has a superior position'."
[From Idel Becker's "Manual de Xadrez"]
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