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Mathias Gerusel vs Anthony Miles
Porz (1982), Porz, Cologne FRG, rd 11, Jan-??
Mikenas Defense (A40)  ·  0-1



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Jul-24-03  fred lennox: I love this opening. Little used I'm afraid, yet Miles used it with repeated success. QN wastes no time for kingside action. More Alekhine in spirit than the Alekhine defense.
Oct-02-10  BISHOP TAL: <fred lennox>I love your saying here(more alekhine in spirit than the alekhine defense)I see you havnt posted in awhile hope your still with us.
Oct-17-17  posoo: now dis - DIS - is a CLASUC examplul of MISTER MEALS going to da velveteens! U canot say dat da Niglubons of da world can be dis IMAGAGNATIVE WORLD CHAMPION!

Bushup Tal it seems ur rite, da man Fridlinux is PROBABLY DEAD

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  mjmorri: White is uncomfortable as early as move 6. Recapturing with the Queen on d5 was preferable, keeping Black's dark squared Bishop out of c5.

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