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A. DeWitt wrote on 2023-05-28 UTC

It seems MShonnoshuka has not been fully deleted. When I changed Seireigi's name from Shuka, I tried to delete MShonnoshuka, but it seems that the page hasn't been fully deleted (probably because I clicked "Delete This Submission" too quickly). The record of it is still in the database, but the database thinks it has been deleted, as shown below. I would like this record to be fully deleted so it doesn't cause problems in the future.

404 Error from https://www.chessvariants.com/rules/honnoshuka

ItemID is MShonnoshuka

A record of this page is still in the database, and it indicates that the page has been deleted.

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