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Frank Marshall vs Wilbur Lyttleton Moorman
22nd New York State Chess Association Championship (1909), Bath Beach, New York USA, rd 3, Jul-28
Old Indian Defense: General (A53)  ·  1-0

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Aug-10-12  Lacplesis: Haha, nice mate!
Jul-07-14  heuristic: 20.b4 is not as forcing as 20.g4 Nf8 21.g5 hxg5 22.hxg5 Re8

22...Be8 23.Be2 axb4 24.axb4 g5 looks better than 22...c5

after 25...d5; BLK is lost.
25...Rab8 26.Bxa4 Bxf5 27.g4 Be6

May-11-21
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  fredthebear: In a typical Hook Mate, the White knight is blockading a black pawn that obstructs the black king's escape. See examples: https://chessfox.com/hook-mate/

* Here is a game collection gathered by ChessCoachClark and enhanced by Baby Hawk: Game Collection: Hook Mate Examples

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Old Indian Defense: General (A53) 1-0 Extended Hook Mate
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September, p. 201 [Game 227 / 1763]
from American Chess Bulletin 1909 by Phony Benoni
Round 3, Game #8
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