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Francis Joseph Lee vs Richard Teichmann
Match (1901), London ENG, Jul-??
Queen Pawn Game: General (D00)  ·  0-1


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  Phony Benoni: The Power of Clump Chess! After <18...Nd7>:

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White seems to have beautifully posted pieces, while Black's resemble a clump of mashed potatoes. But when White can't figure out how to exploit his apparent space advantage, it turns out that there's a lot of space for Black to do the old Two-Four-Six-Eight Tiptoe Sneak and Infiltrate.

Black's queen shows the importance of proper stretching before undertaking serious athletic activity. She spends the first thirty moves cautiously warming up via d8-e7-f8-e8-d8, then suddenly one swoop and it's over.

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