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NN vs Daniel Freeman
Facebook casual game (2016), Facebook.com, rd 1, Feb-12
Sicilian Defense: 2.b3 Variation (B20)  ·  0-1

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Feb-13-16
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  ray keene: Unusual game. Happy birthday Daniel. Keep up the good work !
Feb-13-16
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  OhioChessFan: "Faceplant"
Feb-13-16
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  chessgames.com: Thank you so much Ray!

NN here is a friend of mine who wanted to try the new chess-game feature on Facebook.com chat. It is indeed a very odd sideline of the b3 Sicilian.

Jul-13-16
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  Nightsurfer: Cool game!! Cheers from Hamburg!!!
Dec-10-17  Cheapo by the Dozen: NN has been playing since the 1400s. It's impressive that he can play even this well at such an advanced age.
Apr-21-18
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  FSR: You don't see that many games in the 2.b3 Sicilian where White first develops his queen bishop on f4 on move 18 - and then immediately resigns when Black takes it for free.
Aug-14-18  centralfiles: <FSR> 18.Bf4 is a desperado move, the Q is already trapped.

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