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Hubert Knott vs Frederick Perrin
1st American Chess Congress, New York (1857), New York, NY USA, rd 1, Oct-14
English Defense: Perrin Variation (A40)  ·  0-1



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Apr-17-07  wolfmaster: Knott a good game for White:(
Feb-18-09  WhiteRook48: White was tied up in Knotts
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  blazerdoodle: White didn't show up. Bad exchanges, not paying attention, wandering around.
Jan-14-13  fokers13: 39.Rb7 instead of Kc4??? is easily winning for white.
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  blazerdoodle: Thx. But it seemed that White didn't notice any advantage he had... but that was just my take because of the loss.
Feb-15-14  davide2013: This game seems pretty bad and amateurish. White goes from a win to a loss, with 39.Kc4.

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