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Johannes Zukertort vs Max Judd
Casual Game, Manhattan Chess Club (1883), New York, NY USA, Nov-06
Colle System (D05)  ·  1-0

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Feb-09-15  heuristic: only 2 games with 7.Bb2

20...cxb5?!
20...a4 21.bxc6 Bxc6 22.d5 axb3 23.dxc6 bxc6 24.axb3

21...Rad8?
21...Kg8 22.c6 bxc6 23.dxe6 Bc8

24...b4?
24...Rxd6 25.cxd6 Bb6

25.Qe1!
26.Bd1!

Feb-09-15  Poulsen: Nice finish - not that easy to see i practical play: 26.Bd1,Qg6 27.Bh5!and mate will follow.
Dec-12-19  SymphonicKnight: 20...a4! 21.b6! is better than 21.bxc6, but still almost equalizes for black. After 20.cxb5, the game was essentially already lost for Judd, who had come in 5th place in the 5th American Chess Congress of 1880, 2nd in the 4th Congress of 1876, and would come in 8th in the 6th American Chess Congress of 1889, won jointly by Chigorin and Weiss.

Zukertort's play is impressive here, leading up to the 1st Official World Championship Match of 1886 against Steinitz. He passed on before the 6th American Chess Congress, lamentably, on June 20, 1888, at the age of 45.

Nov-13-21  Nosnibor: According to Adams a further 2 moves were played, viz. 26...Qg6,27.Bh5! Black resigns.

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