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David Short wrote on 2003-01-16 UTC
The latest game which has just been added to this page (board 176 vs. erik) is noteworthy because the way the game developed was rather unusual. Almost all of the play occurred on the 'queenside' (files A to H) with very little piece or pawn development on the 'kingside' (files I to P). Normally most doublechess games are a little more balanced than this one. I thought it worthy of publication. The game also featured some interesting exchanges of material and sacrifices. It's worth playing through and taking a look at it if you have the doublechess zrf on your ZILLIONS OF GAMES.

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