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Michael Adams vs Albert Easton
Ebbw Vale sim (1998), Ebbw Vale WLS, Feb-15
Spanish Game: Classical Variation. Zukertort Gambit (C64)  ·  1-0
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Sep-17-05  you vs yourself: 18. R*e8 would make for a delightful daily puzzle! The central pawn structure forced Eaton to move his knight to h7 and Adams quickly capitalized it.
Aug-25-12  technical draw: A perfect example of how a GM can easily beat even a strong amateur.
Mar-18-16  Waxmati: Why not 23..Qe5 24..Qg6 Kh8 25..Qh6 Nh6 ?
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