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Frank vs Eric Schiller
New York (1970), New York, NY USA
Russian Game: Modern Attack (C43)  ·  0-1



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Aug-04-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Which Frank? Frank the Patzer.
Apr-30-07  timhortons: eric if these man has the right to play with you then i think i had too...for sure ill survive longer then these
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  Eric Schiller: <tim> Note the date. It was a scholastic tournament. I was just 15, and my opponent was a beginner. It wasn't even original, just an opening trap.
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  FSR: 7.Nd5! was much better.
Mar-31-11  jbtigerwolf: That Petrov is just too good for Black; it only seems to give Black stuff or lead to a draw. My experiences with it (both sides!) I've been stuffed early or it's ended a dull draw, albeit only after around 35 moves, but still very drawish. I guess if you can't break through initially it becomes rows of pawns that are hard to get through.
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