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Meesen vs Hans Mueller
correspondence game (1928) (correspondence), Unknown
English Opening: King's English. Four Knights Variation General (A28)  ·  0-1

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Sep-06-04  bunti: Great knight pin by the black bishop!
Jan-22-06  mymt: and another nice one of the pawn on c4
Jan-26-06  morphyvsfischer: 7 g3? has to be the losing move. This is but one good example of way nobody who's a somebody in chess plays 4 d4 today. The knight pin and the Black piece activity are simply too strong.
Dec-21-07
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  takchess: This game should be added to the Art of Attack Collections. Page 15 of the Everyman Chess edition. I am currently studying Art of Attack and invite anyone who is interested in joining me in a Virtual Book Club.

http://takchess.blogspot.com/2007/1...

Jan-05-08
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  takchess: I annotated this game here

http://takchess.blogspot.com/2008/0...

Feb-01-13  shakman: 9.Qd3? allowed d5... I think this is a bad move....instead 9.Qc2 is better

Couple of games in this opening...
S Landau vs Reti, 1927
Ragozin vs Lilienthal, 1937

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