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Alexander McDonnell vs John Finch
Casual (1830), London
French Defense: La Bourdonnais Variation (000)  ·  1-0
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Nov-16-06  MrPatzer: Black does a remarkably good job of getting his pieces all tangled up. There are more than a few questionable moves (like 11...Nb4, which seems fairly useless), and the knight dance on the kingside is painful to behold.
Feb-12-09  sirfraix: This game was originally odds of rook, so the a1 rook must be deleted. In othe games of this variant, McDonnell castles queen side, without the a1 rook.
Feb-12-09  WhiteRook48: knight fork mate is great!!
Jun-02-09  Sebas88: great mate, yes sir...
Jun-26-09  just a kid: Man I wish I could play out a mate like this as White...
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