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Gioachino Greco vs NN
Unknown (1620), unknown
King's Gambit: Accepted. Bishop's Gambit (C33)  ·  1-0
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Mar-03-03  ChessPraxis: Wow! Black doesn't get checkmated this game. He just loses a piece.
Mar-04-03  drunknight II: Greco must have amused himself for hours with these puzzlers, I think 6...Qe7 would keep things interesting here.
Mar-16-04  Jman123: Greco Has mastered Kings Gambit
Mar-09-05
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  InspiredByMorphy: I like how Greco responds to 3. ...Ne7 with 4.Qf3 instead of 4.Nf3 . 3. ...Ne7 seems to be an old response to either 3.Nf3 or 3.Bc4 .
Oct-20-05  DeepBlade: Black just loses a piece, and Black can't take the Bishop becaus White will snatch the Rook, it's pinned. And if White takes the Rook, the Black Bishop is pinned. Smells like pinfest to me.
Sep-23-07  wolfmaster: Basic tactics, even NN doesn't see them...
Jan-26-08  wolfmaster: But you still have to give NN credit- he only lost a piece!
Aug-10-08  just a kid: NN improved.He just lost a piece!
Jul-30-09  I Like Fish: hello wolfmaster...
you are keeping...
a sharp eye...
on nn games...
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