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Charles Jaffe vs Samuel Reshevsky
New York blindfold (1920) (other), Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, NY USA
King's Gambit: Declined. Classical Variation Rotlewi Countergambit (C30)  ·  0-1

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Sep-21-05  Achilles87: Interesting to see a 9 year old kid beat a 46 year old professional chess player, as black and within 20 moves.
Sep-21-05  RookFile: 8. a4 is an interesting move. If 8.... Ba5+ 9. Bd2 Bxd2 10. Nbxd2 should be ok for white. If he wants to get crazy, he can consider 9. Kf2, trying to somehow get at the bishop on a5.
Dec-03-06  Karpova: What a humiliation!

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