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George Henry Mackenzie vs Samuel Lipschutz
New York m (1886), rd 3
Center Game: Paulsen Attack Variation (C22)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Kibitzer's Corner
Jun-24-16
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  dernier loup de T: The veritables mistakes begin at move 53, when both players begin to err; Tartatakover was of course just joking with the words when he said tat the last but one mistake is winning a game ;its not always "enough", LOL: see Spassky vs Portisch, 13th game of their match in 1977); but here it's "half true": after 55.Rb3? By Mackenzie (55.Kd4!) Lipschutz could win by 55..Kg4 bringing the king to the victory via the case f4; Lipschutz was to much concerned with letting immediately way to his "g" pawn" for pushing it forwards; he had to crush the white "f3" pawn before an other consideration... very instructive endgame!!
May-25-20  Straclonoor: <By Mackenzie (55.Kd4!) Lipschutz could win by 55..Kg4 bringing the king to the victory via the case f4> If you meant 55....Kg5 it's true - this move won.

55... Kg5 56. Kd4 Kf4 57. Rxb6 g5 58. Rb1 Ra5 59. Rb3 Ra2 60. Kd5 Re2 61. Kd4 Rf2 62. Ra3 Rxf3 63. Ra6 g4 64. Rf6+ Kg3 65. Rg6 Rb3 66. Rc6 Kf3 67. Kc4 Ra3 68. Kb4 Rd3 69. Rb6 g3 70. Kc4 Rd7 71. Rf6+ Kg2 72. Re6 Rh7 73. Re2+ Kg1 74. Rd2 g2 75. Rb2 Rh5 76. Rb1+ Kf2 77. Kd4 g1=Q 78. Rxg1 Kxg1 79. Ke4 Kf1 80. Kd4 Ke1 81. Kc4 Ke2 82. Kd4 Kf3 83. Kd3 Rh4 84. Kd2 Rd4+ 85. Kc2 Ke2 86. Kc3 Re4 87. Kc2 Re3 88. Kc1 Kd3 89. Kb2 Kd2 90. Kb1 Kc3 91. Ka1 Kb3 92. Kb1 Re1# Lomonosov TB7

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