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Erich Cohn vs Amos Burn
Karlsbad (1911), Karlsbad (Karlovy Vary) AUH, rd 11, Sep-04
Spanish Game: Closed Variations (C84)  ·  1-0

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Mar-23-10  Gab.pr: According to the "Dizionario enciclopedico degli scacchi" by Adriano Chicco and Giorgio Porreca, this game won a brilliancy prize in the Karlsbad 1911 tournament.
Oct-28-19  zydeco: What a lovely game. At least four sacrifices by Cohn.
Sep-24-20
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  nizmo11: according Forster's Burn biography there were total 6 "first brilliancy prices" (Kr 100), they were : (winner <bold>:
<Teichmann>-Schlechter,
<Schlechter>-Leonhardt
<Spielmann>-Rubinstein
<Duras>-Cohn
Tartakower-<Burn>, and
<Cohn>-Burn

As can be seen Burn,Cohn, and Schlechter were on both sides on these games.

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