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William Timbrell Pierce vs William Nash
corr (1885) (correspondence), ?
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Pierce Gambit (C28)  ·  1-0

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May-29-03  WhyDevelop: It seems Black has not payed attention to development. Too many Queen and Knight moves.
Dec-25-03  aragorn69: Chessgames.com :

Edward Winter gives a different score (and amusing notes) to this game in C.N.3130 !

Apr-17-08  sambo: Almost seems like it transposes to a Muzio gambit
Jan-28-11
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  Stonehenge: <aragorn69:Edward Winter gives a different score (and amusing notes) to this game in C.N.3130 !>

I couldn't find it but NicBase says the game was played in 1895.

Mar-30-12  Norbi506: "The unstoppable rook"
May-20-18
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  whiteshark: Black got pierced.
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