When I got rid of almost all of my chess books a couple of years ago, 500 Master Games by Tartakower and Dumont was one of the keepers. This collection of games dates from 1798 through 1938, and is well-annotated with the games being arranged by openings which is another nice feature. While playing over some of the games recently I came across this Taubenhaus vs. Schallopp game that was short, sharp and entertaining. If you want to sharpen your tactical vision, this game is a good one to play over and a close study of it will be rewarding. Otherwise, it’s just fun to play through. Enjoy it!