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Lars Hanssen vs Erik Ruben Lundin
Oslo (1928), Oslo NOR
King's Gambit: Accepted. Abbazia Defense (C36)  ·  0-1
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Oct-20-04  white pawn: 11...Rxd4!
Nov-06-04  Minor Piece Activity: <RonB52734> I like your "metacollection." =)
Mar-22-05  Whitehat1963: Black uses the Opening of the Day to devestating effect and quickly!
Dec-22-05  RonB52734: <MPA> Thanks! I keep plugging away at it. Right now it's alphabetized, and I'm working on making the links easier to use.
Nov-26-06  krhodes: This game is a duplicate of O Hansen vs E R Lundin, 1928 with different opening moves.
Mar-05-11  Brandon plays: This game is displayed in the art of attack chess book. Black's focal point is e2 and this rook move forces the pressure to increase.
Jul-02-12  shakman: ♗b4!
Jan-31-13  shakman: Very nice game!!!

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