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F F M vs Wright
corr - (1943), ?
King's Gambit: Accepted. Cunningham Defense (C35)  ·  0-1


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Jun-16-13  Dr Esenville: I recommend to rename this game into NN vs. Wright
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  whiteshark: <Dr Esenville>

UltraCorr Database agrees. Additionally it located the game to Argentina.

[Event "ARG"]
[White "NN unknown player"]

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  alexmagnus: Why NN-ize him if we at least know his initials?

After all, Wright is also just "Wright"

Feb-16-16  waustad: I don't recall seeing the verb "to NN" before. It can be interesting nouning verbs and verbing nouns. When I lived in Vienna several decades ago I met many people who were native English speakers who were amazed by how often American English speakers did this. They all quickly picked up the verb "to party."
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  tamar: Canonize to name a saint
NN-ize when you caint.
Feb-17-16  gabriel25: The negative power of NN.

First the grammar has been wonderful

When I wrote down NN for very good looking game won agaisnt my cousin, he said he prefered losing in his own name to be NNized.

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  whiteshark: There's also NN vs H Wright, 1943

and CB Corr Database 2015 gives black as Harry Wright

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  profK: Whatever, Wright did do alright against white!
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