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Howard Staunton vs Pierre Charles Fournier de Saint Amant
Staunton - Saint Amant (1843), Paris FRA, rd 2, Nov-16
Benoni Defense: Old Benoni Defense. Clarendon Court Variation (A43)  ·  1-0
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Jan-11-07  devinjc: Black already seems to be in trouble, but 11...c4 looks pretty bad, atleast positionally
Mar-07-08  Knight13: <devinjc: Black already seems to be in trouble, but 11...c4 looks pretty bad, atleast positionally> That move was kind of forced.
Nov-14-08  Halofire: Um...? Maybe im missing something but why not 19.Qxd6? That puts black ahead by a knight.
Nov-15-08
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  bright1: Halofire, after 19. Nxd6+ Qxd6, white plays 20. Nf3 and wins back the piece.
May-23-09  WhiteRook48: a gem by Staunton
Feb-05-12  Knight13: <devinjc: Black already seems to be in trouble, but 11...c4 looks pretty bad, atleast positionally> Black's real mistake is 2... f5 (or how he handled that move). 5... e5 worsens it, but 5... Nbd7 would've been better. 6... f4 would've lessened the pain, but Black was already worse then.
Sep-09-15  justwatcher: Here Staunton's trick was to place his movements "all over" the board, with the pawns hunting as a mean of distracting attention. The material balance is here very strict for others than pawns...
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