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Henry Holwell Cole vs Hein
Siegen (1941)
Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz Variation (A51)  ·  0-1
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Apr-01-04
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  vonKrolock: something is misterious here: the great Colle, the belgian master, died in 1932... and even if the date is corrected eventually, i dont believe he would play so badly as to be mated in 9 moves !
May-13-04  nikolaas: I think it's played by H Colle.
May-15-04
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  vonKrolock: yes, <nikolaas>, another Colle played this game, surely... H Colle's page have another game of the 40's, but... the game Colle-Janowski from 1926 is another case in point (see)
May-04-14  RedShield: Unless this took place in a POW camp, I'm betting this isn't Henry Cole.
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