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John Bartholomew vs Emory Tate
World Open (2008), Philadelphia, PA USA, rd 9, Jul-06
Zukertort Opening: Sicilian Invitation (A04)  ·  1-0

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Jul-08-08  jmi: WTH is this game all about???

1. Is White drunk?
2. And Black lost?

Jul-08-08  Jim Bartle: Looks like somebody spiked the water at the World Open.
Jul-08-08  micartouse: This game is pretty cool.
Jul-08-08  Maroczy: Something is obviously wrong with this game.
Jul-10-08  Phoenix: If you understand this game, you will understand chess!
Jul-26-08  supertimchan: Very deep strategy
Oct-05-08  thebribri8: WHAT???
Oct-24-09
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  FSR: 6.Bg5?? a6?? 7.Qd2?? Be7?? 8.a4?? exd4 (finally) 9.e3?? a5?? 10.e4?? 1-0?? (10...dxc3 11.bxc3 (11.Qxc3?? Bb4) Nxe4 leaves Black up two pieces and a pawn for no compensation). I think there might be a notation error or two in this game . . . .
Feb-07-13  Wyatt Gwyon: One hell of a game.
Oct-03-14  WJW147: Me thinks they sat down to play checkers. The boards do look similar.

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