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Esteban Canal vs Paul Johner
Trieste (1923), Trieste ITA, rd 5, Sep-04
Italian Game: Scotch Gambit. Canal Variation (C56)  ·  1-0



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Jun-30-08  surdico: Esteban Canal is a great chess master from Peru, here a little biography (in spanish) and this game commented by Canal himself
Feb-21-11  YoungEd: Black could have packed it in after move 20--down a pawn, king exposed, White with no weaknesses...nice game by White keeping up the pressure!
Aug-16-11  bigito: Thanks for share

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