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Julius Mendheim vs Angerstein
Correspondence (1833) (correspondence), Prussia
Italian Game: Classical Variation. Center Attack (C53)  ·  0-1



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Oct-30-08  Karpova: From Jeremy P. Spinrad's article "Julius Mendheim", October 2008:

After 21...g4 and the subsequent loss in J Mendheim vs Breslau, 1829 <A player named Angerstein proposed replaying the game from the same position with the improved move 21...h5, and won this "back game" against Mendheim.>

Oct-30-08  vonKrolock: <33.♔e2> better was 33.♘e4! ♗e7 34.♘f6+ ♗xf6 (best) 35.exf6 ♔e6 ( or 35...g4 36.fxg4 hxg4 37.♗e5 f3 38.♗xc7! etc; or otherwise follows white's threat 36. f6-f7 ♔e7 37.♗f6+! etc) 36.♗d4 a5 37.h3! and white would obtain at least a draw
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  GrahamClayton: When Bilguier and von der Lasa published the 1st edition of the famous "Handbuch das Scachspiels" in 1843, this game was included, as it was one of the first knight v pawn endgames to be recorded. One of the winning lines for Black mentioned in the "Handbuch" was 49. ♔c4 g4 50. fxg4 ♔e4 51. g5 f3 52. g6 f2 53. ♘d2+ ♔f4 54. g7 f1=♕+ 55. ♘xf1 a1=♕ 56 g8=♕ ♕a2+. An amazing variation, with three promotions in three successive moves.
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  louispaulsen88888888: Bilguer, not Bilguier.

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