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Eugene Delmar vs Sydney Thomas Sharp
NYSCA Mid-Summer Meeting. Trophy Section (1908), Trenton Falls, NY USA, rd 6, Jul-24
Amar Opening: General (A00)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Oct-24-18
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  Phony Benoni: Eugene Delmar had been active in New York chess circles for a half-century at the time of this game. He was probably bored with all those modern strategic opening finesses, as if saying "Damn it all! Let's just play chess!"

For another example of this play with this system, see S Bampton vs E Delmar, 1907

Jan-13-21  Jean Defuse: ...

<The C Amar Opening 1.h3> was probably Eugene Delmar 's child or is there an earlier example of this opening?

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