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Ossip Bernstein vs NN
Paris (1932), Paris FRA
Italian Game: General (C50)  ·  1-0

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Apr-04-07  ughaibu: Hilarious queen sacrifice mate.
Apr-13-07  PositionalBomber: Both d6 and Nge7 start the disaster.
Apr-13-07  Bob726: d6 is not bad but nge7 is terrible he should play be7 and nf6
Mar-17-09  WhiteRook48: terrible game by NN
Sep-26-11  ColeTrane: hahaha

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