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George Henry Mackenzie vs Henry Hosmer
2nd American Chess Congress (1871), Cleveland, OH USA, Dec-??
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Mackenzie Variation (C77)  ·  1-0

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Apr-29-06  SJP: Black plays rather badly here. 11...d6? is the culprit. To avert the danger which follows, he had two chances to castle, on move 10 and move 11, both of which he ignored.
Jul-27-11  squaresquat: It's puzzling white can play d4 before securing e.This seems to support John Watson's observation that there is no truth.
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  WannaBe: Is 11 ...0-0 the standard move?!
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