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H Staunton / J de Riviere / W Wayte vs J Loewenthal / T Barnes / J Owen
Consultation game (1856), London ENG
Italian Game: Classical Variation. Greco Gambit Mason Gambit (C54)  ·  0-1



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  Honza Cervenka: Alas! White missed a nice possibility to save the game in the final position. He probably saw that 37.Bg6+(?) Ke7 38.Qxc7+ Ke6 is hopeless and so resigned. But he could have played 37.e6+! Rxe6 38.g6+! Ke7 (38...Rxg6?? 39.Bxg6+ ) 39.Qxc7+ Kf6 40.Qf4+ Ke7 41.Qc7+ Ke8 42.Qc8+ etc. with perpetual check.

28.Ng4 was too optimistic. After 28.Rf3 white should have won easily.

Mar-09-04  crafty: 37. e6+ ♖xe6 38. g6+ ♔e7 39. ♕xc7+ ♔f6 40. ♕f4+ =   (eval 0.00; depth 16 ply; 500M nodes)
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  MissScarlett: Game is not <de Riviere - Barnes> but a consultation game.

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