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Jose Raul Capablanca vs Edward Beckley Adams
Simul, 16b (1915) (exhibition), Washington, DC USA, Mar-02
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Mikenas-Carls Variation (A15)  ·  0-1



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  TheFocus: From a simultaneous exhibition in New York, New York on February 4, 1915.

Capablanca scored +29=2-1.

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  MissScarlett: Another Caparros mistake, another <TheFocus> mistake...

You just posted at Capa's only loss from this simul (Capablanca vs Hans Erdel, 1915), so why would you even think of posting as if there was another?

What is it with you people on this site? Deluged with low-class Americans, the Brits aren't much better; don't even talk to me about the rest!

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  TheFocus: I'll keep posting what Caparros has.

You keep pointing out his... not mine... mistakes.

Nice attitude by the way.

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  TheFocus: <Miss Scarlett> <What is it with you people on this site? Deluged with low-class Americans, the Brits aren't much better; don't even talk to me about the rest!>

And what are you?

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  TheFocus: It says (16b) above. Adams was from Wwashington, D.C. There was a simul there on March 2 with a score of +14=1-1.

This game is probably from that event instead.

Why don't you ring up <Edward Winter> and ask him?

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  MissScarlett: <I'll keep posting what Caparros has.

You keep pointing out his... not mine... mistakes. >

The help you need is psychiatric.

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  TheFocus: <Miss Scarlett> You are a nutcase.
Nov-22-15  thomastonk: This game was indeed played on March 2, 1915 in Washington, D.C.

Source: page 4 of the 'Washington Post' of March 3, 1915.

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  TheFocus: Thank you <thomastonk>.

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