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Hugh Alexander Kennedy vs Henry Thomas Buckle
Casual game (1846), ?
Philidor Defense: Exchange Variation (C41)  ·  1/2-1/2
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FEN COPIED

Annotations by Howard Staunton.

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Mar-22-09  WhiteRook48: after many more moves?
So some moves are missing? We'd better buckle everything up
Nov-22-12  shakman: Did white have chance before going into opposite color bishops ending?
Aug-22-13  YoungEd: Staunton is almost Blackburnesque in the unhelpfulness of annotations!
Aug-22-13  JoergWalter: <Aug-22-13 YoungEd: Staunton is almost Blackburnesque in the unhelpfulness of annotations!>

actually, Blackburne's annotations in the Hastings 1895 tournament book are quite shocking. complete english sentences with subject, predicate and object...

Jun-25-18
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  Jean Defuse: ...

The JWD tell us that this was a match game played 1845 in Brighton!

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Jun-25-18
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  zanzibar: The tragedy of JWD is that Whitehead didn't give his sources.
Jun-25-18
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  zanzibar: See also: Morphy vs NN, 1850 (kibitz #103)
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