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Henryk Krongraf vs U Monsehr
corr (1989)
Dutch Defense: Staunton Gambit. General Variation (A83)  ·  1-0
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  fm avari viraf: How come such bad moves in a corr. game? Black should have consulted some opening books to avoid such tragedy.
Mar-13-07  TrueFiendish: When play is so poor as to miss the possibility of Qh5+, perhaps opening books are not the answer. Black maybe should play OTB, rather than waste time and money on these simple lessons.
Jun-28-08  screwdriver: Well, if nothing else this game illustrates why black cannot defend with 4...h6. It is hard to believe that checkmate occurred on move 9.
Jun-28-08  Jedithious: Dainty and explosive at the same time. This 9 move game obviously features numerous bad blunders but is still fun to watch.
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