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David J Eggleston vs Vladimir Fedoseev
Abu Dhabi Masters (2016), Abu Dhabi UAE, rd 1, Aug-21
Alekhine Defense: Brooklyn Variation (B02)  ·  0-1

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Aug-22-16
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  An Englishman: Good Morning: Admit it; had someone shown you the position after 9...0-0-0 and asked you to name the opening, you couldn't have done it, could you?

Another oddity--5...dxe5 is a novelty, or more accurately, does not have a precedent in the database.

Aug-22-16  Robed.Bishop: <An Englishman: Good Morning: Admit it; had someone shown you the position after 9...0-0-0 and asked you to name the opening, you couldn't have done it, could you?>

I admit it. In my defense, however, I'm not from Brooklyn.

Dec-30-17  fispok: Remarkable precision out the opening. The alechine exemplifies the use of tempo in the opening.

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