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Fernando Sanchez Aller vs Amador Gonzalez de la Nava
Lisbon (2001), Lisbon POR, rd 6, Aug-26
Russian Game: Cochrane Gambit. Center Variation (C42)  ·  1-0
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FEN COPIED

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May-29-03  actual: remember all that stuff about bringing your queen out to early in the opening?...black's queen gets thrown around like a rag doll...the combo that traps the old girl looks like something out of a basic tactics book
Mar-30-04  PAWNTOEFOUR: actual,.....and these guys are rated over 2100,too!!!......what compels even masters to start toyin around with their queen's? i'm nowhere near their level,and i know better than that!
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