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Nicholas MacLeod vs Henry Bird
6th American Chess Congress (1889), New York, NY USA, rd 19, Apr-15
King Pawn Game: Macleod Attack (C20)  ·  0-1

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Jan-13-05  drukenknight: I accidentally stumbled across this opening on my own; when I did not even pay attention to the other side of the board when I played 3 Nf3. Anyhow Macleod had done his homowork on this Ponziani meets whatever...d5 and won 2 and lost 2 at this tournament. But he should have won 3 of 4 he was beating no less than Bird, but then completely lost control on move 15.
Jan-13-05
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: 29.Re2 is the worst possible move on the board. Did white mean to move his queen to e2, but instead moved the rook by mistake?
May-02-05  Knight13: I can't believe Bird can win a game like this. A good player blundered too much.

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