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Berthold Englisch vs Fritz Riemann
"The Patient Englisch" (game of the day Dec-20-2018)
Leipzig (1879), Leipzig GER, rd 4, Jul-15
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense (C65)  ·  1-0

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Kibitzer's Corner
Dec-08-18
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  FSR: The Patient Englisch.
Dec-20-18
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  piltdown man: Is it the week for lame puns based on "The English Patient" film?
Dec-20-18  ChessHigherCat: I guess that must be the justification because although I generally dislike the term "coffeehouse chess" it's the only way to describe this lame game.
Dec-20-18  sudoplatov: This must but the tournament where Schottländer beat Englisch.
Dec-20-18  clement41: I can’t help but draw a comparison with that famous game from Botvinnik: Botvinnik vs G A Thomas, 1936
Dec-20-18  TheTamale: <piltdown man>: No, apparently it is the week for awesome puns based on "The English Patient."
Dec-20-18
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  thegoodanarchist: <piltdown man: Is it the week for lame puns based on "The English Patient" film?>

I will only say that it is the week for puns based on a lame movie.

Dec-20-18  Swedish Logician: The English Patient, surely, is a NOVEL, by Michael Ondaatje, and the film is based on that.
Dec-20-18  TheBish: White missed a crusher: 48. Nh5! Rxg1 (or 48...Rf8 49. Nxf6+ Rxf6 50. Rg7+ Kc8 51. Rg8+ Kd7 52. Rb8, winning the b-pawn and soon the game) 49. Nxf6+ Ke6 50. Kxg1 Kxf6


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51. d5! and a pawn will break through to queen.

Dec-20-18  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini 4 d 24 dpa done

<1. = (0.00): 21...d5> 22.exd5 cxd5 23.e4 d4 24.b4 Qb6 25.a3 a5 26.Rb1 axb4 27.axb4 Ra8 28.Qd1 Kg7 29.Kg2 Qe6 30.Ra1 Ree8 31.c5 b6 32.Rxa8 Rxa8 33.cxb6 Nxb6 34.Qb3 Qe7 35.b5 Rc8 36.Nc4 Nxc4 37.dxc4

2. = (0.06): 21...a5 22.Qd1 f6 23.Kg2 Nc5 24.Qc2 h5 25.Nf3 Ra8 26.h3 Ree8 27.Nd2 Nd7 28.a3 Kg7 29.Qc3 h4 30.g4 Qe7 31.Qc2 Rh8 32.d4 Rhf8 33.Qd3 Rh8 34.Nf3

Dec-20-18  dumbgai: A methodical endgame squeeze in a 19th century game?
Dec-21-18
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  FSR: <TheTamale: <piltdown man>: No, apparently it is the week for awesome puns based on "The English Patient.">

Thank you!

Dec-21-18
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  FSR: <thegoodanarchist> I wholeheartedly agree with your assessment of the movie <The English Patient>.
Dec-21-18
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  FSR: <TheBish> Nice catch!
Feb-22-20
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  Honza Cervenka: To grab the Pawn by 19...Qxa2 is not good for 20.Nc4 Re6 21.Qg4 h5 22.Qh3 Re7 23.g4 with attack.
Feb-22-20
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  Honza Cervenka: <White missed a crusher> Of course, 48.Nh5 was more elegant and quicker finish of the game but the Knight ending is utterly won for white as well, so it does not matter much here.

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