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George Walker vs Pierre Charles Fournier de Saint Amant
London m1 (1836)
French Defense: La Bourdonnais Variation (C00)  ·  0-1
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Sep-12-07
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  RookFile: Tell you what, this is a really good game. The entire game has a modern look to it, punch and counterpunch. If you showed this to a bunch of players, they might easily image a couple of masters of today playing something like this.
Feb-28-08  wolfmaster: This was the inaugural game for both Walker and Saint Amant's careers.
Sep-19-10  Bishoprick: RookFile, doesn't the opening look a little bit weird to you? It does to me.
Sep-10-14  Big Pawn: The first few moves might look a little weird with 2.f4 and such, but it quickly turns into something like french advance. I agree with RookFile that it appears rather modern - and it is a good game indeed.
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