Breslau (1889) – 365 vs CG

As usual, the PGN of each site’s version of the tournament is compared, and resolved against the TB (or other). The online versions of both <Chessbase> (CB) and <NIC> are also consulted once a difference is spotted.

There are 16 games out of 153 that differ:

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Bresleau (1889)
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365 vs CG - i.e. 365 first, CG second
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1889.07.15   C29  50     (R2)  1-0   Paulsen -- Blackburn

33.Be3 vs 33.Bc3;    CG is wrong (according to TB).

TB G-18 p69/89

CG is alone, wrong...  CB/NIC/365 all have 33.Be3

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1029170&m=33
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1889.07.16   A80  47     (R3)   =    Bauer -- Schiffers

41...Rb5 vs 41...Rb4;     CG is wrong (according to TB).

TB G-26 p78/98

CG stands alone, wrong...  CB/NIC/365 all have 41...Rb5.

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1026360&m=41.5
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1889.07.17   C29  45     (R4)  1-0   Fritz -- Alapin

42.Rf8+ vs 42.Rxe2 etc., extra move 42.Rf8+ Kh7;    CG is wrong (TB).

TB G-30 p83/103

CG stands alone, wrong...  CB/NIC/365 all have 32.Rf8+ Kh7.

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1228343&m=42
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1889.07.17   C25  22     (R4)   =    Bardeleben -- Metger

Extra move- 22...Qxf8;      CG is wrong (TB).

TB G-36 p90/110

CG stands alone, wrong...  CB/NIC/365 all have 22...Qxf8.

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1228345&m=22
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1889.07.17   C77  73     (R5)  1-0   Tarrasch -- Berger

48.Ke4 Kc4 vs 48.Kd4 Kc4 49.Kf4 Kd4;   CG is right (TB), wrong Tarrasch 300.

TB G-37 p90/110;   gives right move and play out to move 74.

CG/CB agree with TB...    365/NIC agree with Tarrasch 300 Games.

Which is right?

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1283336&m=48
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1889.07.17   C50  42     (R5)  0-1   Minckwitz -- Burn

40.Rhf2 vs 40.Re2;       CG is right (according to TB).
                         (40.Re2 is eval preferred too, though
                          White is still clearly losing).
TB G-42 p95/115

CG stands alone, right...    CB/NIC/365 all have 40.Rhf2

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1035897&m=40
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1889.07.18   C25  39     (R6)  1-0   Mieses -- Fritz

39...Re8 vs 39...Rc8 + missing moves.    CG and 365 are both wrong.
                                         365 should end with 39...Rc8
                                         CG ends in mate which wasn't played.

TB G-53 p108/128

Everybody is wrong...  CB/365/NIC all agree, CG/(NIC) agree.

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1228334&m=39.5
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1889.07.19   C26  29     (R8)  1-0   Blackburne -- Gossip

23...Rde8 vs 23...Rfe8;     CG is right (according to TB)

TB G-67 p125/145

CG/NIC are right and agree...  CB/365 are wrong.

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1029171&m=23.5
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1889.07.20 C32 23 (R9) 0-1 Gossip -- Schiffers

Tpos 4.Nc3, 5.d3;    CG is wrong (according to TB)

TB G-81 p143/163

CG stands along, wrong... CB/NIC/365 all agree.

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1075828&m=4
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1889.07.20   B02  55     (R9)  0-1   Minckwitz -- Blackburne

54.Kg1 vs 54.Kf1;     CG is wrong (according to TB).

TB G-76 p136/156

CG is alone, wrong...   CB/NIC/365 all have 54.Kg1 (evals are equal though).

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1029161&m=54
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1889.07.22   D11  45     (R10)  0-1   Blackburne -- Schallopp

43.Kh1 vs 43.Kh3;     CG is right (according to TB)

TB G-87 p149/169

CG stands alone, right... CB/NIC/365 all have 43.Kh1

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1029162&m=43
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1889.07.23   C50  41     (R12)  1-0   Gunsberg -- Schallopp

29.Rhf1 vs 29.Raf1;     CG is wrong (according to TB).

TG G-106 p173/193

CG stands alone, wrong...  CB/NIC/365 all have 29.Rhf1

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1054685&m=29
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1889.07.23   C29  42     (R12)  0-1   Paulsen -- Mason

10...h6 vs 10...h5;     CG is right (TB).

CG stands alone, correct... CB/NIC/365 all have 10...h6.

TB G-103 p170/190

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1228337&m=10.5
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1889.07.24   B01  41     (R14)   =    Burn -- Bauer

41...Ne7 vs 41...Te7;     CG is right (TB).

TB G-120 p190/210

CG stands alone, correct... CB/NIC/365 all have 41...Ne7 which is losing!

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1026365&m=41.5
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1889.07.25   C25  26     (R15)  1-0   Paulsen -- Gunsberg

13.Be3 vs 13.Bd3;      CG is right (TB)

TB G-134 p205/225

CG/NIC agree, correct...  CB/(NIC)/365 have the wrong 13.Be3.

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1054682&m=13
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1889.07.26   D32  42     (R17)   =    Burn -- Tarrasch

17.Re1 vs 17.Rfc1;     CG is right (TB).

TB G-151 p229/249

CG stands alone, correct...  CB/NIC/365 are all wrong with 17.Re1.

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1035893&m=17
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