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Sanders vs NN
New York (1910), New York, NY USA
Van Geet (Dunst) Opening: Gruenfeld Defense. Steiner Gambit (A00)  ·  1-0



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Feb-09-04  notsodeepthought: NN once again delivers, losing in his inimitable fashion. Perhaps 8 ... Bg4 pinning the queen solves his problem - if 9 Nf6+ then Kd8 10 N:g4 g:h1=Q, after which I don't see how white would continue the attack. Does white have better?
Feb-10-04  TrueFiendish: Nope, I don't reckon he does. Go NN!
Oct-28-05  DeepBlade: Black pushes the pawn too much, and the exposed King, the remote/useless Queens are just a too big weakness for Black. After the pawn-promotion it is mate in 2.
Dec-05-08  WhiteRook48: Everyone knows how to mate NN... or do they? Like Erik Fossan?
Dec-23-08  eightbyeight: A 43-unit army mated? The chess gods must be crazy!
Sep-05-14  torrefan: Black's two queens proved helpless against white's fried chicken attack.

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