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Adolf Anderssen vs George Henry Mackenzie
Paris (1878), Paris FRA, rd 5, Jun-24
Anderssen Opening: General (A00)  ·  1-0

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Dec-25-04  Dave Murray: What the hell? 1. a3?
Dec-25-04  chesswhizkid: 1.a3 is called the Anderssen Opening, which is a "pass" move, basically trying to be black as white. The only difference being that a later ...Bb4 or ...Nb4 will be prevented.
Feb-20-08  Knight13: 1. a3 was just Anderssen's toy.
Feb-27-10
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  dorsnikov: i have used Anderssen's opening with success transposing into a French Defense as white with a move to the good.
Sep-13-10  ariel el luchador: Muy raras las jugadas 9 de ambos jugadores,la jugada 15 de Anderssen es buena a 15)... CxC 16)C5A D mueve 17)CxA DxC PxC
Nov-24-13
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  Penguincw: Anderssen has actually been pretty good with his own opening (78.6% score).

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