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Tristan Rienaecker vs Matthias Junge
Solingen-ch (2004), Solingen GER, rd 4, May-30
Bird Opening: From Gambit (A02)  ·  0-1


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Jul-30-07  Timeline: I have to laugh at this result. Did black lose on purpose?
Jul-30-07  dbquintillion: I don't think black lost at all.
Jul-30-07  Timeline: white I mean... my bad
Sep-27-07  Necessary Truths: Black tried to lose on purpose, but the TD pointed out that it was against the rules to resign after checkmate is on the board.
Dec-16-07  MindBoggle: I once played this exact game against a lady player, whose name I can no longer remember. Luckily i was black...
Jun-22-08  FSR: Fool's Mate Deferred!
May-21-09  WhiteRook48: at least he didn't play 2. g4 or 2. h3
Jun-05-09  TheTamale: I think the database is in error and that this is actually a Bill Wall game (Wall as Black, of course).
Aug-10-09  Dredge Rivers: Doh!!!!!!!
Dec-17-09  FSR: I just played a game at that went 1.g4 e5 2.f4. Here I touched my e-pawn, then thought better of it. 2...Qh4#
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  kevin86: The exchasnge variation of the Bird's Opening-turns out sadly for white.
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  whiteshark: Is it an <Advanced Fred>?
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  wwall: Yes, it is a Bill Wall game. I played the same moves in PrimeMover - Wall, Internet ( Dec 9, 1998
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  Phony Benoni: Anticipated in <Higuera - Robert Solana>, played August 7, 1945, in round 12 of the Pan-American Masters (!) Reserves, Hollywood, California.

Source: Los Angeles Times, August 8, 1945, p.19. Anybody who wishes to submit, be my guest.

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  mjmorri: LOL. I have played this as Black on ICC several times.
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