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Philipp Hirschfeld vs Sergey Urusov
Hirschfeld - Urusov Match (1866), Moscow RUE, Mar-18
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Steinitz Variation (C29)  ·  1-0

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Sep-19-03  ksadler: <Crafty> Can you give the win for white please?
Sep-19-03  crafty: 17. ♗d3 ♕g5 18. ♕e2+ ♔d8 19. ♖f1 ♗d6 20. h4   (eval 1.76; depth 14 ply; 750M nodes)
Oct-11-08  kereru: I find it difficult to believe that black resigned in the final position. Possibly the rest of the moves were not recorded.
Oct-11-08  Karpova: <kereu>
While 365Chess doesn't have the complete game score (only 16 moves also) it says that the game lasted 32 moves overall: http://www.365chess.com/search_resu...
Oct-11-08
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  SwitchingQuylthulg: <Karpova> It so happens that 365Chess indicates number of plies rather than number of moves. 16 moves equals 32 plies.
Jul-26-17  kereru: Found this piece in the Illustrated London News, June 23 1865, page 619.

https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt...

"The remainder of the game, which Mr. Hirschfeld won, was not recorded". So why did they even bother to publish these moves?

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