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William Whisler vs Joaquin Camarena
"Whisler's Mutter" (game of the day Dec-09-2016)
57th US Open (1956), Oklahoma City, OK USA, rd 8, Jul-24
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Queen's Knight Variation (A16)  ·  0-1
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Dec-09-16
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  MissScarlett: <Whisler's Daddy> may have been more to the point.
Dec-09-16
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  offramp: Today's title "Whisler's Mutter" is based on the famous painting by Eugene O'Neill Whistler called officially "White Key Symphony", which is a nickname for Karpov vs Kasparov, 1985.
Dec-09-16
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  kevin86: The black pieces surround the white king like a king cobra.
Dec-09-16  widjaja70: AS Black move his bishop back 22... Bg4, Why not White move back his Queen 23.Qa4, making repetition for a draw result ? or there is something that I miss ?
Dec-09-16  nacional100: Apparently white was winning after 21...Bd7, with 22.Qa5 threatening a check on d5 with tempo to finally land on g2, defending everything. It seems that it was a one-tempo difference between winning and losing.
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