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James Mason vs Siegbert Tarrasch
Monte Carlo (1903), Monte Carlo MNC, rd 2, Feb-12
Zukertort Opening: Old Indian Attack (A06)  ·  0-1
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May-10-05  ksadler: Any idea what Mason was thinking this game?
Sep-15-06
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  keypusher: I'm more curious about what he was drinking before the game.
Sep-15-06
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  technical draw: How many blunders can one player make in a game?
Sep-15-06
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  Domdaniel: <technical draw: How many blunders can one player make in a game?> No idea, but Mason probably holds the record. He often played in what the Victorians carefully described as 'an hilarious state'. Like tired & emotional, only funnier. Despite this, he wrote some fairly good chess manuals.
Sep-15-06  aw1988: Lol. This is too darn funny.
Oct-31-08  Xeroxx: This game is so ex-per-i-mental.
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