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Pete Morriss vs James J McDonnell
European Club Cup (2006), Feugen AUT, rd 5, Oct-12
Polish Opening: General (A00)  ·  1-0
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Nov-28-06  Miacat: Opening traps with the Polish lession 1
Nov-28-06  Rubenus: Stupid opening, very stupid blunder.
It are both idiots.
Nov-28-06  Resignation Trap: <Rubenus> My shortest win in a tournament also went this way, but neither my opponent nor I was an idiot.
Mar-06-07  ianD: There is no excuse for this!
Vodka opening perhaps!
Jul-12-07
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  FSR: Black was an expert? Eek -- what a blunder!
Sep-22-07  sledgehammer: Great game!!The player with the black was probably in a hurry to go home.
Dec-17-07  D.Observer: A master loses! <FSR: Black was an expert? Eek -- what a blunder!>
May-08-08
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  whiteshark: More haste, less speed.
Sep-23-09
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  TheTamale: Black can save the rook with 4) ...Qf6!!
Apr-02-10
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  al wazir: I am a little surprised (well, only a little) that the Opening Explorer doesn't have 3...Bf8, the move I play.
May-06-12  kramputz: Waste of space.
May-06-12  DanielBryant: Proof that there's hope for any of us at the board no matter the rating. I remember when I started out playing, how nervous I would get if there was a (gasp) 1900 across from me.
Jul-30-12  Xeroxx: quality game
Jul-30-12
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  perfidious: This gem reminds me of a correspondence game a friend from long ago (Tony Albano) played.

Tony opened 1.d4 and received his opponent's first move, 1....g6, stating that if '2. any Bg7'. Tony responded 2.Bh6 and got the second card: resigns.

In this game, Black took a little longer to meet his fate.

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