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NN vs Gioachino Greco
Miscellaneous Game (1620), ?, rd 37
Vienna Game: Stanley Variation (C26)  ·  0-1


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Sep-14-04  Knight13: 9. Ng3 is blunder
Dec-13-04  cuendillar: That goes without saying, but at that point white probably couldn't do better than delaying the loss in any case. The real mistake was 4.Qf3?. A better move was 4.d4, which should give an advantage to white.
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  InspiredByMorphy: <cuendillar> <A better move was 4.d4, which should give an advantage to white.> It is a better move but black can respond with 4. ...d5 and the position is equal.
Aug-25-05  jnzabala: esep esep.......
Aug-25-05  EmperorAtahualpa: <jnzabala> Esep? Da lang hochi na kere! :)
Jul-14-06  RookFile: It doesn't bad for white if he plays 9. Qg3
Sep-26-07  wolfmaster: <RookFile> Or 9.h3.
Jan-27-08  wolfmaster: Greco looked more like Philidor in this game!
Feb-25-16  Compound Error: NN, you're a stupid blundering muppet (I hope I haven't broken any house rules - apologies to the NN family)!
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