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Robert Barnett Brien vs Samuel Standidge Boden
Provincial t (1851), London ENG, rd 2, Jun-??
French Defense: Exchange Variation (C01)  ·  1-0

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Apr-16-03  pegasus: why didnt white move his queen!!!
Apr-16-03  ksadler: Two options: either a) White was blindfold or b) there were a few whiskey bottles laid around the table :)
May-06-05  schnarre: The "touch-move" rule must have been in effect here for Black not to have moved his Queen.
Oct-17-07  King mega: i think its the touch move rule or Bodens a lil blind here.
Feb-19-10  TheTamale: It's a shame that Boden resigns here without seeing his sacrifice through to its fruition.
Apr-04-10  Cercatore: ops...
Dec-24-10  meppi: if such a thing happens to you - declare in a loud, authoritative voice "mate in fourteen." then calmly play Bh2+, and try to shake hands.
Dec-24-10  sevenseaman: I think they were playing in a running train and the Black Q just jumped up on d7.
Apr-04-13  Sem: And this is the same tournament that produced Anderssen-Kieseritzky?
Apr-04-13  ughaibu: If you mean The Immortal Game, no. That wasn't a tournament game.
Apr-25-13  Sem: Aha, I had no idea. Thanks!
Jan-25-15  schnarre: ...Now THAT's embarrassing (for Black)!

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