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Tony Magee vs Cliff Aker
"Cliff Hanger" (game of the day May-21-2017)
cr (1981)
King's Gambit: Declined. Classical Variation (C30)  ·  1-0
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Mar-26-11  redorc19: WOW i found this game in Chess: 5334 Problems by Laszlo Polgar the combination is simply beautiful... how would i recommend it for a Problem of the Day?
Jun-30-12  solskytz: Charming trap! Never saw the like of it.

Hard to understand the point of Nh7, even though the Queen's mobility is limited and the solution is only one move away.

Jun-30-12
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  Dionysius1: Why I like this trap so much is that it is so fresh. It's two reasonably familiar patterns - running a Q out of squares and a discovered check on the h file - put together in an unfamiliar way.
May-03-14
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  GrahamClayton: 11...g6 might have been played, giving the Queen an escape square on g7.
May-21-17
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  offramp: I wonder what were the specifics of the event: cr (1981).
May-21-17
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  ChessHigherCat: Costa Rica (Co-star Iggy) or else Czech Republic or quite possibly the canadian royalsocietyofnoncapitalizationofpropernamesandp- romotionofridiculouslylongcompoundwords
May-21-17
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Might "cr" also stand for "correspondence?"
May-21-17
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  perfidious: <An Englishman: Good Evening: Might "cr" also stand for "correspondence?">

Indeed it does.

May-21-17
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  morfishine: Magee was a strong player. A pity he has only one other game in the database, but its another good one upending Bill Wall: B Wall vs T Magee, 1980

*****

May-21-17  Timi: White's move 12 could be an interesting Thursday puzzle
Jun-04-17
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  wwall: It was a friendly correspondence game. Magee (NC), Aker (IN) and Wall (OH) all of us were playing several postal games together during this period. I have to admit, both Magee and Aker were beating me more than I was beating them, and a few chess miniatures and traps came out of our games as we experimented with the openings. I lost 4 and drew 3 with Magee. I played Aker 23 times in postal chess, winning 8, losing 12, and drawing 3.
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