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H Ruben vs Soren Anton Sorensen
Copenhagen (1876), Copenhagen DEN, Dec-06
Latvian Gambit: Fraser Defense (C40)  ·  0-1

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Sep-08-06  capablancakarpov: Another Sorensen masterpiece. This guy only has two victories in the database, but what a Latvian Gambit victories, unvelievable, should be called " Danish Gambit ".
Mar-30-09  derek.mourad: <chessgames> of what i know this game was <ruben> vs sorensen
Apr-17-14
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  martin moller: I have a Danish chess book : Lettisk Gambit (Latvian gambit)by Borge Andersen and Hartvig Nielsen saying this game was played by H.Ruben and Soren Anton Sorensen in Copenhagen 6 december 1876.
Apr-17-14  thomastonk: <martin moller> I can confirm your information by means of a primary source: "Nordisk Skakitdende", vol. 5, 1877, p 252. Black's name is given as "S.A.S.", the acronym of the editor S.A. Sorensen.

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Apr-17-14
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  martin moller: <thomastonk> No but i have submitted a Picture of Balduin Sorensen to chessgames.com. :-)
Apr-17-14  thomastonk: Correction slip submitted. Based on the source above, I suggested to replace White by H Ruben, and Black by Soren Anton Sorensen.
Apr-17-14
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  martin moller: <thomastonk> Thank you. I have some more corrections on Danish chess players, iŽll get back to you :-)
Sep-23-17  Christoforus Polacco: I would have been trying to destroy the pawns by : 17.B:f4.

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