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Robert Snyder vs Ellis
Los Angeles (1972), Los Angeles, CA USA
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Open Variation (C55)  ·  1-0



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  tpstar: tpstar-NN (FICS 9/9/05): All 7 and we'll watch them fall (1. e4 e5)/They stand in the way of love (2. Nf3) and we will smoke them all (2 ... Nf6)/With an intellect (3. d4) and a savoir faire (3 ... Nc6?!)/No one in the whole universe will ever compare (4. de)/I am yours now (4 ... Nxe4?!) and you are mine (5. Bc4)/And together we'll love (5 ... Bc5) through all space and time (6. Qd5!)/So don't cry-y-y (6 ... f5?)/One day all 7 will die (7. Qf7# 1-0) - Prince, "7"
Nov-17-05  DeepBlade: <tpstar> haha nice game!
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  sea7kenp: Black has three, bad choices: Get Checkmated, lose the Knight or, if the Knight moves, lose the Bishop.
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