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John K Christenson vs Albert Edward Wallace
New South Wales Championship (1901), Sydney AUS, rd 11, Aug-12
Queen's Gambit Declined: Orthodox Defense. Pillsbury Variation (D63)  ·  0-1

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THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES.>

The eleventh and concluding round opened last night at the rooms of the Sydney Chess Club.>

Wallace v. Christenson, - The game between Mr. Christensen (champion of the School of Arts Club) and Mr. Wallace created a considerable amount of interest. Mr. Christenson, however, who is not of very strong physique, and was feeling the strain of the tourney, played weakly in the opening, and allowed black to early obtain a winning superiority.>

Sydney Morning Herald (NSW), Tuesday 13 August 1901, page 6>

15.dxc5?

16...Nd3!

23.Nd5?

24...Qxf1+!

Albert Edward Wallace finished equal 2nd out of 10 with a score of 5?/9 [+5 =1 -3]

John K Christenson finished 7th on 4?/9 [+4 =1 -4]

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