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Adolf Anderssen vs Karl Mayerhofer
London (1851), London ENG
French Defense: Exchange. Monte Carlo Variation (C01)  ·  1-0



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Jan-21-05  Knight13: After 48... c2 49. Bxd8 c1=Q+ 50. Kf5 Qxh6, I believe Black can force a win.
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  beatgiant: <Knight13: After 48... c2 49. Bxd8 c1=Q+ 50. Kf5 Qxh6, I believe Black can force a win.>

On 48...c2, White has 49. Bf6#.

Jan-21-05  Knight13: <beatgiant: On 48...c2, White has 49. Bf6#.> Oops. I think I didn't look careful enough to find the move 49. Bf6#. Thanks for pointing out.
Jul-06-17  schnarre: ...A brutal game, with an elegant finish.

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