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NN vs Berthold Koch
Munich (1931)
Slav Defense: General (D10)  ·  0-1

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May-16-15
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  GrahamClayton: This must be the only game in the database where a pawn has moved across 4 files in the space of just 11 moves from the start of the game. 1...d5 , 3...dxc4, 9...cxb3 and 11...bxa2.
May-16-15
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  pawn to QB4: well, there's a challenge. What about those Danish gambit games - 97 of them start with the Black e pawn going from e5 to b2 in just 4 moves from the start, e.g.

Bird vs Lasker, 1892 ?

May-17-15
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  GrahamClayton: <pawn to QB4>
well, there's a challenge. What about those Danish gambit games - 97 of them start with the Black e pawn going from e5 to b2 in just 4 moves from the start, e.g.

<pawn to QB4>,
You are right. The Danish Gambit also has the moves across the files occurring in 4 consecutive moves, compared to the 11 moves of this game. Is there a game in the database that features a pawn moving across 5 files in the same game?

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