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Carl Friedrich von Jaenisch vs Ilya Shumov
Russia (1850), RUS
Sicilian Defense: General (B20)  ·  0-1
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Jul-11-04  PizzatheHut: I hit the "Random Game" feature and got this sweet game. Black played the game very well. After 17. Nf3, I like how white's pieces are so restricted. Look at white's light squared bishop and c3 knight. They never really participate in the game. The final attack, including the exchange sacrifice and the follow up, is very instructive.
Feb-16-09  laskereshevsky: hey!.....
i too finded this game by the random game feature,...

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Mar-05-10  Cushion: I also found this by the random game feature.
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  Jim Bartle: Lots of fun. Answered check with checkmate.
Feb-01-16
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  whiteshark: The last move should indicate mate (#)
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