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Claude Frizzel Bloodgood vs J Boothe
VAPEN Chess Game (1972), ?
Grob Opening: Grob Gambit. Fritz Gambit (A00)  ·  1-0
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Nov-23-03  mprchess: Don't you just love the "KillerGrob"!?
Nov-23-03  PinkPanther: Actually this guy has played some pretty interesting games. I think he was in jail too, for some reason.
Nov-24-03
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  Sneaky: On the Claude Bloodgood page there are lots of good links on this unsavory character. He killed his own mother and no doubt deserved to be locked away, but I won't let that stop me from appreciating his chess.
Oct-25-04  Knight13: 8... Qxb7 is a mistake. I don't think Boothe saw the knight trick.
Feb-16-05  schnarre: <Knight13> I think so too.
Feb-16-05  hkannan2000: Bloodgood seems to be bloody good in chess though (bloody) bad otherwise.
Feb-16-05  schnarre: <hkannan2000> Wouldn't be the first time!
May-10-06  Justawoodpusher: Actually things go wrong for black after 5... d4?? An even better answer for white is then the queen sac 6 Qxb7 followed by 6... Qxb7 7 Bxb7
according to my Fritz.
Sep-16-09  ka.chessmate21: it's a joke!!!
u know?
Apr-06-13  EvanTheTerrible: Great.
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