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Harry Nelson Pillsbury vs George Hatfeild Gossip
New York (1893), New York, NY USA, rd 1, Sep-30
Vienna Game: Paulsen Variation (C25)  ·  1-0
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Jan-06-07  TylerD: Amazing game that no one has commented on.
The way Pillsbury just ignores that pawn which is slaughtering piece after pawn after pawn... It is a great and beautiful game. I discovered Pillsbury just the other day - and he is rapidly climbing my list of favourite players... a few more like this one and he ll be in the very top alongside Morozevich; marshall and Sjirov... Fantastic, exciting stuff!
Jan-06-07  Towershield: 20..c6 fails to 21.Qxd7+
Jan-07-07  TylerD: after the promotion on the h-file - Pillsbury s opponent gives an exhibition of denial...
Aug-29-08  bengalcat47: Strange that Black chooses not to resign after his opponent has two queens while he has none. Such a position doesn't require chess analysis, but rather pstchoanalysis!
Dec-14-14  GoldenBird: 6. Be3 was very interesting, more common in modern play is Nge2. Although an overall nice game by Mr.Pillsbury
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