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Constant Ferdinand Burille vs James Mason
6th American Chess Congress (1889), New York, NY USA, rd 37, May-14
Bishop's Opening: Boden-Kieseritsky Gambit (C27)  ·  0-1

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Jan-03-07
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  Phony Benoni: I once reached the position after 5...Qe7 in a tournament game, and chose the obvious 6.Ng5. Black played about the worst move available with 6...f6, losing his queen to 7.Bf7+ Kd8 8.Ne6+.

Dec-03-11
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  Infohunter: So--did Black win this one because 5...Qe7 constitutes an improvement over 5...f6? I think not. (Incidentally, this is the only game with 5...Qe7 in the <cg> database.) Rather, I think White lost chiefly because of the unsoundness of his maneuver to regain his Pawn with 20.c5, which maneuver backfired, resulting in Black's win of a second Pawn (23...Rxa4), from which point it all went downhill for White.

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