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This was played on my old account. Much thanks to TheGrobe for his help with its retrieval!
Alexandre Dumas, great chess player,
Nice game, like the finish, thanks
I see a game like this, and I think about how little I know of chess.
Samsch KID always confused me. :S
I thought the same thing. Actually, it was more of a reminder of how little I know.
How does the game stand up to modern computer analysis, may I ask?
Insanly smart i could of never done this
Chose the big screen (FICS) to replay this and it was so worth it. Thanks Andy and TheGrobe, that was fun!
I was told to forget about studying openings, HELP!
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