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James Mason vs Samuel Rosenthal
Paris (1878), Paris FRA, rd 6, Jun-25
King's Gambit: Accepted. Mason-Keres Gambit (C33)  ·  0-1


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Dec-16-02  GregorMendel: 7. Bxf4 is not a legal move.
Dec-16-02  Kulla Tierchen: 6...Na6 looks wrong. 6...Nc6 7. Nxc7+ Kd8 is better for black.
Dec-16-02  Kulla Tierchen: I must retract my now deleted claim that white would have stood better after 7. Bxf4 than he did with the move played in the game. As the abbot points out above, white cannot make my proffered move without first making the text move, and that is not permitted. We need to find a new démarche for white.
Dec-17-02  THE GENERAL: who is the abbot?
Dec-17-02  Kulla Tierchen: The man who invented the peashooter.
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  whiteshark: <25...Rxd5> is like a hot knife through butter.
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