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Johannes Zukertort vs Joseph Henry Blackburne
Simpson's Divan t (1876), London ENG, Apr-12
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Steinitz Variation (C29)  ·  0-1

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Given 11 times; par: 24 [what's this?]

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Mar-02-04  Whitehat1963: Is there a possible continuation? What happens after 22. Qb3?
Mar-25-04  fred lennox: 22 Qb3...Rxd2+ 23 Kc1...Rd3+ 24 Kc2...Rxb3
Mar-25-04  Vischer: 22.Kc1 Bxd2+ 23.Qxd2(forced) Rxd2 24.Kxd2 Qxa2+ 25.K anywhere Qxg2
Jul-24-09  morphynoman2: Sorry with Blackburne, but the real blunder is not 12. d4 but 18. Qb2?

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