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Frederick Rhine vs NN
Internet blitz game (2017) (blitz), lichess.com, Sep-18
Queen Pawn Game: Queen Fianchetto (A40)  ·  1-0

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Sep-20-17
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  FSR: This is the second game in which I managed to mate by capturing en passant, making me as far as I know the only player in chess history to do so twice! Game Collection: En passant mates
Oct-22-17
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  FSR: I see that in both this game and F Rhine vs NN, 2010 I played two en passant captures: exf6 and hxg6#.
Jul-07-18
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  Korora: Yeah. You'd think that even the Immortal Patzer wouldn't get the same mate against the same player twice. ;)
Jul-07-18
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  ChessHigherCat: <FSR: This is the second game in which I managed to mate by capturing en passant, making me as far as I know the only player in chess history to do so twice! Game Collection: En passant mates>

And while rhyming on top of that!:

en passant against piss-ant!

Jul-07-18
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  OhioChessFan: 8...0-0. Ouch. The mate, if nothing else, makes the game worth being here.
Jul-07-18
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  morfishine: Why is this game in the database?
Jul-07-18  JimNorCal: "Fred Rhine felt How To Be A Winner At Chess"
Sep-04-19
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  Sally Simpson: ***

Hi FSR,

One for your en passant mate collection.

Bobbyt65 - Stewie rules Red Hot Pawn 2006 (white to play)


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35. exf6 Rxa7 36.Bf4+ g5.


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White has the rather unique choice between two en passant mates. 37.fxg6 mate or 37. hxg6 mate. (White chose 37.hxg6 mate)

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Sep-04-19
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  FSR: <Sally Simpson> Thanks. Nice one!
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