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James Hannah vs Louis Paulsen
London (1862)
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense (C65)  ·  0-1

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Apr-30-04  fred lennox: This positional masterpiece is historic. It is said to be the first recorded game where the bishop pair evolves a semi-closed position to it's favor, by pushing the pawns to doom the knights to passive play and increase the bishops mobiltiy.
Sep-22-08  ToTheDeath: According to Reti and others it's a landmark game in positional chess. I agree.
Mar-07-09  blacksburg: wow, nice game.

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