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Earl Cravens vs Curt Jensen
M-185 (1996) (correspondence), IECC, rd 1
Caro-Kann Defense: General (B10)  ·  0-1

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Oct-24-04  Gir: Look at the pawn position after 4. d4. Isn't that weird?

Also, couldn't White have played 9. Qe3?

Oct-24-04  Pawsome: Indeed he could. 9. Qe3 Bg7 10. Be2 and he plays on.
Jan-31-05  ArturoRivera: why did white resigfned?
May-28-08  number 23 NBer: He probably thought he was losing the queen, though that would have been a silly thought.
Jan-06-12  daveinsatiable: Why is this game in the database?
Jan-06-12  King Death: This was an email game. White probably withdrew.

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