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Julian Michael Hodgson vs Michael Adams
Hoogovens Knockout (1993), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 1, Jan-16
Trompowsky Attack: Raptor Variation (A45)  ·  1-0
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Mar-04-04  Everett: Two knights too much. Position never opens up for bishops. Hodgson's only win against Adams, but a nice statement.
May-28-09  Poisonpawns: Wow! Talk about firepower.Sick, devestating, non-stop attack until Adams is dead. Its been a while since I looked at Julians Trompowsky games, I forgot how much i used to enjoy them.
Oct-15-18  Saniyat24: I haven't come across any game from Julian Michael Hodgson before, he plays chess a little bit differently and it is exciting...!
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