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William Lewis vs Joseph T Parkinson
BFX unknown (1813)
King's Gambit: Accepted. Philidor Gambit (C38)  ·  1-0

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Dec-30-04  Knight13: Beautiful mate and good attacking strategy.
Feb-06-08  wolfmaster: Black had Parkinson's Disease.
Apr-06-08  Emma: William Lewis was one of the operators of the Turk, you can see why!
Dec-04-15
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  Domdaniel: It's pretty, but too simple to be beautiful.
Feb-26-17  The Kings Domain: Fascinating relic from the Napoleonic era.
Oct-09-17  TheBish: <wolfmast: Black had Parkinson's Disease.>

Yeah, I was just thinking the same thing looking at another King's Gambit between the same players. Maybe more appropriate (and sensitive to people who actually suffer from the disease) to label it "Parkinson's Dis-ease". Of course, that's where the word comes from, but it seems to work better here in that form.

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