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William Henry Dodgen vs D Boyd
Aiken SC (1981), Aiken, SC USA
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Fried Liver Attack (C57)  ·  1-0
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Apr-13-05  InGrained: A slaughter! Black let white run all over him. This is a good example to beginners of "how NOT to try and take control of the center."
Apr-13-05  Karpova: why has this game been included in the database?

8...nd4?? is a horrible blunder. 8...nce7 is normal.

Apr-14-05  zb2cr: If you think 8 ... Nd4 is an obvious blunder, try this game. Look at White's 15th.

A Bennasser vs S Salhi, 2000

Their only excuse is that these are two children under 10. One wonders what excuse the Black player of the current game could give....

Apr-14-05  Karpova: there's probably no excuse.
it's kind of interesting to note that black did blunder before the fried liver became complicated.
May-12-07  PAWNTOEFOUR: karpova,games like this are included because they show you WHAT NOT TO DO! ...and i for one,am glad they're here

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