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Roy Turnbull Black vs Jacob Bernstein
"Code Black" (game of the day Mar-04-2016)
Rice CC Summer Tournament (1913), New York, NY USA, rd 9, Jul-30
Spanish Game: Open Variations. Main Lines (C80)  ·  1-0
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Mar-04-16  Turtle3: Game of the day? I could even play something more exciting!!
Mar-04-16  ndg2: Lol, everything screams club tournament hrre.
Mar-04-16
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  drleper: <ndg2: Lol, everything screams club tournament hrre.> Not sure what's so lol about it, but Roy Turnbull Black has quite an impressive scalp from his old club days Capablanca vs R T Black, 1911 ;)
Mar-04-16
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  rookchat9: For a Ruy Lopez played in 1913 it seems pretty much up to date with modern opening theory - I am impressed with it. Having said that on move 24 I would have tried 24. RxB as it seems Black is way behind in development and then either 25. Bg5 or 25. Rf1 come into reckoning. Anyhow very interesting game of the day I thought.
Mar-04-16
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  offramp: Everyone's a critic.
Mar-04-16  Everyone: Anything else <Everyone> should know?
Mar-04-16  Razgriz: I was thinking that Rg4+ was a mistake but it was followed up with good end game play and white just won.
Mar-04-16
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  kevin86: White will win the knight...and the game.
Mar-04-16
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  jith1207: 100 years back even Titanic got drown around the time this game was played. Still, people come up after a century and say they could have saved the Titanic, let alone this game.
Mar-04-16  pawnpro: 15.A5 was the move that saved the game I think
Jun-09-16
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  whiteshark: <jith1207: 100 years back even Titanic got drown around the time this game was played.>

If the <Titanic> sank today: https://www.l0rdshrek.info/bilderho... ლ(ಠ益ಠლ)

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