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Howard Staunton vs Cunningham
London (1856)
French Defense: Exchange Variation (C01)  ·  1-0
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May-06-05  schnarre: Score another for Staunton (& the French Exchange)!
May-29-12  screwdriver: I think I still like the Winawer better than the exchange variation in the French.
Aug-08-15  thomastonk: This is Staunton & Amateur vs L÷wenthal & Cunningham. The game was played in the St.George's Chess Club.

Source: ILN 1856, vol 29, p 204.

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