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Albert Cohnfeld vs James Glover Grundy
5th American Chess Congress (1880), Manhattan, New York USA, rd 6, Jan-17
King Pawn Game: Tayler Opening (C44)  ·  0-1



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Apr-01-06  GeauxCool: The endgames by players of the late 1800's are every bit as entertaining as the openings they played.
Jan-20-09  WhiteRook48: why the annotation after 44...g3? Doesn't make much sense anyway.
Feb-19-09  WhiteRook48: who is Charles A. Gilberg?
Feb-02-11  madhatter5: 38.♖f3?? is just horrible. 38.♖f1 draws easily. everybody knows that passive defense works against a knight pawn
Jun-18-18  Omnipotent00001: After black's 35th move it's a draw.

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