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E B Edgar vs T W Lott
"Whole Lotta Saccing Goin On" (game of the day Mar-27-2019)
CCL Tourney No. 8 (1915) (correspondence), Correspondence
Dutch Defense: Staunton Gambit. General Variation (A83)  ·  1-0



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Oct-20-11  Whitehat1963: Wow! What a wild, throw-caution-off-a-cliff game!
Feb-08-12  Knight13: Did they try to create a Version X of "Immortal Game" or something?
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  Phony Benoni: The database had dated this game as 1955, but it appeared in the "Americzn Chess Bulletin", July / August 1916, p. 166. The players are given as E. B. Edgar if Montgomery, Alabama, and T. W. Lott of Brooklyn, New York.

ACB stops with Black's resignation on move 19, and it's quite possible the remainder is analysis, not part of the orginal game.

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  al wazir: 23...Qh3+ 24. Kxh3 d6+ 25. Kh4 Be6 26. Qxe6+ Kg7 27. Qf7+ Kh6/Kh8 28. Qh7#.
Mar-27-19  nalinw: Take a bow PB!
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Does "CCL" stand for "Correspondence Chess League?" Rather wish we knew more about Mr. Edgar; only game of his in the database.
Mar-27-19  catlover: Mr. Edgar and Mr. Lott put on quite a fireworks show.

Instead of 9...Qxh1, which loses, Stockfish suggests 9...Bb4+ followed by 10...Rf8.

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  Stonehenge: I wonder if black was
Mar-27-19  e4Newman: 18.Bxc2+
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  MissScarlett: Wonder if <Edgar> went postal with Zenas Leslie Hoover. Then we could have <Yay! Edgar - Hoover>.
Mar-27-19  e4Newman: Woops 18.Bd3+
Mar-27-19  morfishine: <e4Newman> I C
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  whiteshark: The Top Secret Life of E B Edgar
Mar-28-19  Moszkowski012273: 18.Be4+... is faster.
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  GrahamClayton: <Phony Benoni> ACB stops with Black's resignation on move 19, and it's quite possible the remainder is analysis, not part of the original game.

<Phony Benoni>,

"Chess Life" Vol V Number 12 (February 20, 1951) also ends the game after 19. c3.

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