Benhard Horvitz vs. Howard Staunton
The endgame between the German Bernhard Horvitz and the English chess player Howard Staunton, London 1846.
Black moves and wins the game in 3.
6k1/ppp2ppp/8/2n2K1P/2P2P1P/2Bpr3/PP4r1/4RR2 b - - 0 1
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1... g6+ 2. hxg6 hxg6+ 3. Kf6 Nd7#
About the playersBernhard Horvitz (1807-1885) is known as a German chess master and chess writer belonging to "The Pleiades". Generally he wrote about chess endgames in collaboration with Joseph Kling.
Howard Staunton (1810-1874) English chess master, considered the strongest player between 1843 and 1851. As a chess promoter he imposed the Nathaniel's design for the chess pieces, known even today as Staunton pieces.