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Albert Whiting Fox vs Charles Curt
Trenton Falls (1906), Trenton Falls, NY USA, rd 6, Jul-28
Sicilian Defense: Hyperaccelerated Dragon (B27)  ·  0-1



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  Domdaniel: What, no kibitzing?
Come back, <offramp>, all is forgiven...
Nov-07-15  offramp: <Domdaniel: What, no kibitzing? Come back, <offramp>, all is forgiven...>

Just to add exegesis to that comment, this is the game I <once> called <The Immortaller Game>, because it is older than <The Immortal Game>.

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  moronovich: If this was 2015 I would say a rather bad game,but as model 1906 : Black played excellent,though white was cooperative at times.

<Dom>,<Offramp> Anyone of you know when the first recorded dragon(on a certain level) was played ?

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  Domdaniel: <moronovich> Some of the modern dragon lines weren't played before the 1920s, I think. Before that there was that famous game between Lasker and Napier... and, earlier still, W J Tuckett vs J R Medley, 1849
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  moronovich: Thanks <Domdaniel> !

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