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Richard Lichtenscheidt vs Hermann von Hanneken
2nd West German Congress (1862), Duesseldorf GER, Sep-??
Creepy Crawly Formation: Classical Defense (A00)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Feb-02-06
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: All hail the Lichtenscheidt Attack! Believe it or not, somewhere out there is another game in which the L-Man actually won. I found it years ago in a book which published every known game in existence played before 1866.
Feb-02-06  Holden: Using the word "attack" to describe this opening is pretty generous. :-)
Oct-27-11  fref: "Creepy Crawly Formation"? lol
Oct-21-18  Yigor: The first occurence of Creepy Crawly formation. ;)

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