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Very vs Chanteux
Paris (1933), Paris FRA
Indian Game: Budapest Defense (A51)  ·  0-1


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Dec-03-03  Lawrence: Black wins a Bishop free for nothink.
Jul-18-04  uzeromay: Very chantreu, Lawrence.
Jul-18-04  nikolaas: <lawrence> Is nothink a typo or did you want it that way?
Jul-18-04  Lawrence: <nikolaas>, "free for nothink" is the way my old metalwork teacher used to pronounce it, though in my case it was more common to hear "For that job you get nothink." (On a scale of 0 to 10.) Obviously I've been traumatized by that all my life.

Also, I liked "nothink" because you just take the Bishop without even thinking about it.

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  tamar: Nutshell annotation: Very embarassing.
Jul-20-04  nikolaas: <tamar> What's Nutshell annotation?
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  FSR: "Very" bad play by White.
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  sea7kenp: Obviously, 5 Bg5 is a bad move, losing a Pawn at least.
Aug-11-19  Granny O Doul: Very...interesting, but stupid.
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