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George Walker vs Pierre Charles Fournier de Saint-Amant
Casual game (1836), London ENG
King Pawn Game: Macleod Attack (C20)  ·  0-1



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Apr-14-13  drpavno1: Castling at move 12 turned the tables.....
Oct-09-16  Aunt Jemima: Walker played so much better against Cochrane. In this series of games against Amant, he is playing terribly. The opening here is a pure disaster.
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  jnpope: <Bell's Life in London>, 1839.02.17: "The following game exhibits a strong, though rough, species of attack, and shows the difficulty of getting out of a bad opening." (no names given)

<Chess Studies>, Walker, London 1844, pp164-165 (game 979): (no names given, game prior also no names, but game 977 is White: G. Walker, Black: St. Amant.)

<Chess-Player's Handbook>, Staunton, London 1847, p243: "Game IV.-Between M. St. Amant and Mr. G. Walker. White: Mr. W. Black: M. St. A."

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