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  • George Best
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    Originally posted by Egidijus Zeromskis View Post


    Try this copy and paste

    Code:
    http://anno.onb.ac.at/cgi-content/anno-plus?aid=sze&datum=1906&page=269&size=45
    Thank you, I found it.

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  • Egidijus Zeromskis
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    Originally posted by George Best View Post

    Sorry for the late response but I am having problems locating the page in question regarding Neustadtl-Porges even though I found Neustadtl's name in the index.

    Try this copy and paste

    Code:
    http://anno.onb.ac.at/cgi-content/anno-plus?aid=sze&datum=1906&page=269&size=45

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  • George Best
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    Originally posted by Egidijus Zeromskis View Post
    For the sake of completeness you should turn several pages back and post the Neustadtl's picture.

    A similar article was published in Wiener Schachzeitung in 1906 without the last problem.

    http://anno.onb.ac.at/cgi-content/an...69&size=45
    Sorry for the late response but I am having problems locating the page in question regarding Neustadtl-Porges even though I found Neustadtl's name in the index.

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  • Wayne Komer
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    Published Games

    November 6, 2020

    I apologize for the size of my postings. I have wrestled with them for a while and that is what it is!

    The photo of Dr. Hermann Neustadtl from BCM 1907, September issue.

    IMG_9186.jpg

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  • Egidijus Zeromskis
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    For the sake of completeness you should turn several pages back and post the Neustadtl's picture.

    A similar article was published in Wiener Schachzeitung in 1906 without the last problem.

    http://anno.onb.ac.at/cgi-content/an...69&size=45

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  • Wayne Komer
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    Published Games

    BCM 1907, page 412

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  • Wayne Komer
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    Published Games

    BCM 1907, page 411

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  • Wayne Komer
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    Published Games

    BCM 1907, page 410

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  • Wayne Komer
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    Published Games

    BCM 1907, page 409
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    Last edited by Wayne Komer; Friday, 6th November, 2020, 03:35 PM.

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  • George Best
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    Thank you, Tony. I very much appreciate receiving the pdf

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  • Tony Boron
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    Originally posted by George Best View Post
    I am unable to find an archive of published games online or an archive of back issues of chess periodicals. I am unable also to find a data base of all chess positions reached in official matches and tournaments. In particular, I am looking for the move list for Neustadtl-Porges 1901 Prague. I have been told that it was analyzed in the British Chess Magazine in September of 1907 or (1901?) and can not find an archive of issues of that magazine.
    I saw your (I assume it is yours) question on chess.com - if you are wondering about the variation 16...P-B5+ in the Averbakh book -
    So 16...P-B5+ - I think it should be P-B4+ or f5+ - probably a typo transcription from algebraic. I think they just threw that in for completeness as the only other moves are covered in a,b, and c.
    Last edited by Tony Boron; Wednesday, 4th November, 2020, 11:06 PM.

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  • Tony Boron
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    Originally posted by Hugh Brodie View Post
    It was the September, 1907 issue of BCM, pages 406-410 (vol. 27). It's in the public domain, but I haven't been able to find any PDF's of it. The volume has been reprinted - available on a few sites for $20 to $40.
    I will attempt to attach the pdf from BCM - that is analysis after the position George is looking at.
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    Last edited by Tony Boron; Wednesday, 4th November, 2020, 11:25 PM.

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  • Hugh Brodie
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    It was the September, 1907 issue of BCM, pages 406-410 (vol. 27). It's in the public domain, but I haven't been able to find any PDF's of it. The volume has been reprinted - available on a few sites for $20 to $40.

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  • George Best
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    Published Games

    I am unable to find an archive of published games online or an archive of back issues of chess periodicals. I am unable also to find a data base of all chess positions reached in official matches and tournaments. In particular, I am looking for the move list for Neustadtl-Porges 1901 Prague. I have been told that it was analyzed in the British Chess Magazine in September of 1907 or (1901?) and can not find an archive of issues of that magazine. I have heard Agadmator on Youtube mention that certain positions "have never occurred before". What database would he be referring to that would provide that information?
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