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Max Judd vs Johannes Zukertort
Casual Series (1884), St. Louis, MO USA, Apr-13
Spanish Game: Open. Zukertort Variation (C80)  ·  1-0

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Nov-01-06
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  nasmichael: Thank you, Mr. Judkiewicz, for leaving a lovely game to end my day.
Nov-01-06
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  nasmichael: This man knew the relationship of the pieces to one another. His knight-bishop combo outdid the rook soundly, along with expert assistance from a confident king!
Dec-15-19  SymphonicKnight: Good steady fun game by Judd and Zukertort. Judd never relinquished his advantage.

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