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Napoleon Bonaparte vs Madame De Remusat
Chateau de Malmaison (1804) (probably analysis), Rueil-Malmaison FRA, Mar-20
Van Geet (Dunst) Opening: Reversed Nimzowitsch (A00)  ·  1-0
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Jan-27-08  puzzlefreak: I love how the king just runs down the board.
Feb-02-08  wolfmaster: De Remusat was Torn-aparte!
Feb-02-08  wolfmaster: <puzzlefreak> Me too!
Feb-02-08
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  Rolfo: <jovack> Some Madames just don't learn.. They want to be conquerred :)
Feb-14-08
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  ruyfanatic: Napoleon won 75% of his games. That's pretty good.
Feb-14-08  Riverbeast: I wouldn't be surprised if this game was pre-arranged, or if she just lost on purpose....

Napoleon was really a weak player, though he was known to have a predilection for moving his knights often in the opening...they said this reflected the fact that he favored the cavalry in warfare

Mar-17-08  Samagonka: What a crazy King!
Mar-17-08
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  whiteshark: ♕ to ♔: "See how you manage all on your own, then."
Mar-17-08
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  Whitehat1963: LOL! <whiteshark>

To me, this looks like one of Morphy's slaughters.

Mar-17-08
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  Whitehat1963: Actually, I think this makes for a good Tuesday/Wednesday puzzle after 10...Kd6.
Oct-20-08  ChessKaze: It make me laugh :))) Same game as 2 years ago. Madame jumped for same trap twice!
Jan-24-09  WhiteRook48: great king hunt
Jan-28-09  WhiteRook48: the other game is no longer in the database
Aug-09-09  David2009: Napoleon did well despite Madame De Remusat 's provocative opening.
Jan-11-10  ChessKnightsOfLondon: Madame sadly fell into the trap of getting her king exposed early in the game. Indeed her play was sadly a little weak and Mr Napoleon punished her accordingly.
Jan-11-10
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  HeMateMe: Madame Remusat met the same fate as the russians at Borodino.
Jul-13-10  renumeratedfrog: She apparently played all her chess matches against Napoleon in the nude, which leads me to believe that the game itself was just a excuse for a sexual liaison and was probably staged.
Jan-05-12
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  brankat: Judging by this game, particularly the first two moves, she probably understood Chess better than Napoleon did. Must have been obliged to loose :-)
Jan-05-12  JoergWalter: <brankat: Must have been obliged to loose> her job was to surrender at any time.
Jan-26-15  GoldenBird: Napoleon plays like he would on the front, fighting relentlessly with an initiative, giving up part of his army if necessary
Apr-30-15  A.T PhoneHome: After this game Napoleon Bonaparte and Madame De Remusat signed a Treaty.
Jul-02-16  kishore4u: Nice opening!!
Apr-15-17  chessgame901: what a game!
May-24-17
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  tamar: "Pas de Remise, Madame de Remusat"
May-20-18
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  whiteshark: Napoleon Gonnaparty
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