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Dutch (A84)
1 d4 f5 2 c4

Number of games in database: 1133
Years covered: 1787 to 2019
Overall record:
   White wins 40.4%
   Black wins 32.0%
   Draws 27.5%

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PRACTITIONERS
With the White Pieces With the Black Pieces
Akiba Rubinstein  16 games
Alexey Vyzmanavin  9 games
Frank James Marshall  8 games
Simon Kim Williams  25 games
Savielly Tartakower  21 games
Evgeny Gleizerov  14 games
NOTABLE GAMES [what is this?]
White Wins Black Wins
R Kempinski vs E Gleizerov, 2000
Dreev vs E Gleizerov, 1992
Rubinstein vs Tarrasch, 1922
Maroczy vs Tartakower, 1922
Rubinstein vs Spielmann, 1912
Harrwitz vs Morphy, 1858
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 page 1 of 46; games 1-25 of 1,133  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. De Beaurevoir vs H Conway 0-1221787CasualA84 Dutch
2. G Walker vs Saint Amant 1-0301836London m1A84 Dutch
3. Kieseritzky vs Horwitz ½-½671846Kieseritsky - HorwitzA84 Dutch
4. Amsterdam vs London  0-1501848correspondenceA84 Dutch
5. H Buckle vs E Williams 1-0581849Ries' Divan TournamentA84 Dutch
6. Harrwitz vs Horwitz 0-1341849MatchA84 Dutch
7. Harrwitz vs Horwitz 1-0481849MatchA84 Dutch
8. E Williams vs Horwitz  1-0461852London m3A84 Dutch
9. Amsterdam vs Krefeld  0-1431855UnknownA84 Dutch
10. D W Fiske vs N Marache 0-13518571st American Chess CongressA84 Dutch
11. F Perrin vs H Knott 1-02518571st American Chess CongressA84 Dutch
12. Harrwitz vs Morphy 0-1541858Morphy - HarrwitzA84 Dutch
13. Harrwitz vs Morphy 0-1541858Morphy - HarrwitzA84 Dutch
14. Harrwitz vs Morphy ½-½451858Morphy - HarrwitzA84 Dutch
15. Mongredien vs Morphy 0-1501859Morphy - MongredienA84 Dutch
16. Mongredien vs Harrwitz 0-1291860MatchA84 Dutch
17. M van 't Kruijs vs Anderssen 0-1161861AmsterdamA84 Dutch
18. P Birch vs E Pindar  0-1301861ManchesterA84 Dutch
19. M van 't Kruijs vs Anderssen ½-½421861AmsterdamA84 Dutch
20. M van 't Kruijs vs Anderssen ½-½401861AmsterdamA84 Dutch
21. Mongredien vs Dubois  ½-½251862LondonA84 Dutch
22. J C Fraser vs Steinitz 0-1281867Dundee CongressA84 Dutch
23. A Alexander vs E Schallopp  0-1511869AltonaA84 Dutch
24. G Neumann vs Anderssen 1-0531870Baden-BadenA84 Dutch
25. C G Heydon vs A Burns 0-1411870New South Wales v Victoria Telegraph MatchA84 Dutch
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Kibitzer's Corner
Feb-22-06  who: Why doesn't anyone play 1.d4 f5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Qc2 Be7 5.e4
Mar-11-09  Marmot PFL: <who> This has been played but Black can also play 4...Bb4 with a good Nimzo-Indian Reti vs Tartakower, 1922
Jan-26-10  Krogerman: This is a great site. I just downloaded a database with my rep into ChessBase to study using the PGN download button. Awesome!!!
Dec-13-13  MartijnakaWipwap: What is acctualy the plan with this opening? I acctualy like it, because im Dutch myself and i really want to play it in tournaments, but i don't know how to play it. Any tips?
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