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Carl Schlechter vs James Mason
Monte Carlo (1903), Monte Carlo MNC, rd 12, Feb-26
Philidor Defense: Exchange Variation (C41)  ·  1-0

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Given 27 times; par: 91 [what's this?]

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Oct-08-11  zooter: The game score is wrong. As per "The Most Instructive games of chess ever played" 27.Rd8 is the move played and seems to make more sense
Sep-26-16  Jimmy720: Very instructive
Sep-17-21
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  keypusher: Yeah, OK, instructive. But not exactly a Monte Carlo kind of game.

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