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Henri Grob vs Wiedemeier
corr (1965) (correspondence)
Grob Opening: Spike. Hurst Attack (A00)  ·  1-0



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Mar-25-06  ice lemon tea: weird opening with a very high winning rate for white.....strange
Aug-02-06  beatles fan: isn't Qxe5 mate?!?
Sep-20-08  just a kid: All in all White is 10x better than black.
Aug-25-09  TheTamale: What a feeling... to get massacred in 16 moves by the Grob. In correspondence, no less!
Sep-25-10  GRANTZIERER: beatles fan: Yes what is your point?

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