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Alexander McDonnell vs NN
Unknown (1835)
King's Gambit: Accepted. Bishop's Gambit Bogoljubow Variation (C33)  ·  1-0

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Aug-03-04  Knight13: Interesting Checkmate. Good game.
Jun-29-05  Knight13: Yep. This game is a Dead-Aim at f7.
Jun-29-05  InspiredByMorphy: 6. ...g4 would have treated black better.
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S Lohou vs T Chevrier, 1999

I think blacks problem however is 5. ...g5 . The opening explorer says 5. ...Bg4 is the most common move in this position, but I say why not play 5. ...Be6 6.d5 Bg4 7.Nf3 Nbd7 ?

Jan-29-06  morpstau: I think blacks problem however is 5. ...g5 . The opening explorer says 5. ...Bg4 is the most common move in this position, but I say why not play 5. ...Be6 6.d5 Bg4 7.Nf3 Nbd7 ?
Feb-04-06  Mate Hunter: White had good knights at the game.
Apr-29-06  thundershock2k: thats a pretty mate
Apr-02-07  Skylark: Although 5. ... g5 is a mistake, 9. ... h3? is just terrible! You can't open lines on the kingside when your pieces are undeveloped and your king is floating around in the center? And 10. ... d5 was like the nails in the coffin. The bishop on c4 proves decisive.
Feb-27-08  wolfmaster: Vicious onslaught!
Feb-18-13  billyhan: Are the "Bogoljubow" and the " Cozio" the same variation in the KGA?
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