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Max Judd vs Albert Roberts
4th American Chess Congress (1876), Philadelphia, PA USA, rd 11, Aug-28
Scotch Game: Fraser Variation (C45)  ·  1-0

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Sep-24-06  GaryK51188: Black gets into trouble early.
Feb-28-08  YoungEd: 8...b6 looks to be one bad move preparing another. Better seems 8...Nf6 with an eye toward castling.
Jan-13-10  WhiteRook48: that guy has no sense of danger.
9...Bb7 hello??
Jul-17-10  FLAWLESSWIN64: Black forgot "Control the center ".
Dec-27-12  shakman: Yes....8.... Nf6 is better as shown in Hunter / Jenkins vs Zukertort, 1873
Mar-02-15  asianwarrior: Seems that black wants to control the centet with his Q.

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