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Joseph Henry Blackburne vs Johannes Zukertort
Vienna (1882), Vienna AUH, rd 11, May-23
Italian Game: Classical Variation. Giuoco Pianissimo (C53)  ·  1-0

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Apr-11-16  zanzibar: A nice example of accumulating minor advantages... plus the old cliche of a bad bishop vs a good knight.

Lehner says "Trotz 48 Züge eine „Schachpartie" ohne „Schach"!".

He's right, Schach without Schach.

Apr-11-16
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  ajk68: Something like 33... b5 may have kept the bishop from becoming bad...just a thought...
Apr-12-16  AlicesKnight: The white-square weakness begins to emerge on 15 .... c5; and why 17.....h6 instead of f6? Now d5 is a foothold for the future if the Black QB can be removed, and lo! 20....e6 is offered. Black's pawns are driven onto black squares and the poor bishop goes nowhere. Blackburne sees it all (but I would not have...)

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