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John Cochrane vs Bonnerjee Mohishunder
Calcutta (1853), Calcutta IND
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack (E76)  ·  1-0
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Dec-02-13  chesssalamander: The oldest Old Indian. And, it's played by an Indian.
Jan-05-16  waustad: Bonnerjee Mohishunder is the main reason they are called Indian defenses.
Jul-25-17  ACMEKINGKRUSHER: Uhhhhh,

WHY IS THIS NOT MATE????
THE GAME SCORE DOES NOT EVEN SHOW +
AT SIMILAR GAMES IT DOES SHOW A+
SOMEONE NEEDS TO SHOW ME A WAY OUT OF THIS FOR BLACK! THE KING HAS NO ESCAPE! WHY IS THIS NOT MATE??? AKK

Jul-26-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  tpstar: White to Play and Win after 35 ... Kg5.

<ACMEKINGKRUSHER> Yes, 39. Qh4# is mate. I used the "submit a correction slip" link below to notify the Administrators. One of their upgrades eliminated all of the checks (+) from showing up under the board, yet they remain in the gamescores.

Jul-26-17
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  offramp: <ACMEKINGKRUSHER: Uhhhhh, WHY IS THIS NOT MATE????>

Black has just one move left. It is what is called a spite check. After that, White will mate on his fortieth move.

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