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Anderssen-Dufresne 1852 "Evergreen"

White has a huge advantage and it is time for decisive action!

 

Adolf Aderssen was one of the greatest players of the 19th century. He was crowned unofficial World Champion after winning the London Tournament of 1851. On the other hand, Jean Dufrense although was not one of the top players of his time, he was strong enough to score some successes against masters. The game starts with, one of the most popular openings of the day, the Evans Gambit. Dufresne chooses sideline, losing to frustrate the development of White's position. Enjoy it!

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