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Joseph Henry Blackburne vs John Wisker
BCA-02.Challenge Cup (1868), London ENG, rd 6, Dec-??
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Anderssen Variation (C77)  ·  1-0



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Jan-17-09  thebribri8: Black wasn't going to win this game by the hairs on his chinny-chin-chin.
Jul-26-09  potsie: Love the pun --- keep it up!! ;)
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  Jean Defuse: ...

Harding - Joseph Henry Blackburne, p. 64 #106:

<Blackburne vs J Wisker, 1868 - (B.C.A. 2nd Challenge Cup 1868-1869, London (6.2), 1868)>

Graham #23 wrongly assigned this game to the 1870 B.C.A. Congress...

Sources: Transactions of the British Chess Association 1868/69, p. 28, Deutsche Schachzeitung 1869, p. 81, The Chess World 1868/69, p. 448.


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  MissScarlett: I've reported the duplicate, retaining this one with Blackburne's notes.

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