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Mario Morais vs Carlos Pereira dos Santos
43rd Tch-POR (2001), Barreiro POR, rd 7, Jun-24
Four Knights Game: Italian Variation (C46)  ·  0-1

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  tpstar: willempie-tpstar (GameKnot 7/26/05): They're Justified and they're Ancient (1. e4 e5)/And they like to roam the land (2. Nf3 Nc6)/JUST ROLL IT FROM THE TOP/They're Justified and they're Ancient (3. Nc3 Nf6)/I hope you understand (4. Bc4 Nxe4)/TO THE BRIDGE NOW/They called me up in Tennessee (5. Nxe4 d5)/They said "Tammy, stand by the JAMs" (6. Bb5 dxe4)/But if you don't like (7. Nxe5 Qd5) what they're going to do (8. Bxc6+ bxc6)/You better not stop them 'cause they're coming through [last book move]/HEY HEY/All bound for Mu Mu Land (9. f4 Bd6)/They're Justified (10. c4) and they're Ancient [10. d3 f6 11. Nc4 ed ])/And they drive an ice cream van (10 ... Qc5)/JUST ROLL IT FROM THE TOP/They're Justified [10 ... Qd4 11. Qb3 ] and they're Ancient (11. Qe2 Bxe5)/With still no master plan (12. Qxe4 0-0)/TO THE BRIDGE NOW/The last train left an hour ago (13. fxe5 Re8)/They were singing "All aboard" (14. d4 Qxc4) [Black traps the enemy King in the center]/All bound for Mu Mu Land (15. Bd2 Bd7)/Then someone started screaming (16. Kf2 f6) "Turn up the Strobe!" (17. Rhc1 Qb5)/HEY HEY/All bound for Mu Mu Land (18. Bc3 fe)/Justified and Ancient (19. de Be6), Ancient and a-Justified (20. b4 Bd5)/Rocking to the rhythm in their ice cream van (21. Qe3 Re6)/With the plan and the key to (22. a3?)/Enter into Mu Mu [22. Rd1 =]/Vibes from the tribes of the JAMs (22 ... Rf8+)/I know where the beat is at (23. Kg1 Bxg2)/'Cos I know what time it is (24. Kxg2?)/Bring home a dime [24. a4 Qb7 25. Rc2], make mine a 99 (24 ... Rg6+)/New style (25. Kh3), meanwhile (25 ... Qd5) always on a mission [25 ... Rf5 26. Kh4 Qc4+] while fishing in the rivers of life (0-1) - The KLF & Tammy Wynette + Fritz 7, "Justified and Ancient"

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