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  Adams,Edwin Ziegler v. Torre Repetto,Carlos - Sweet Deflection




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Hi all

I recommend the following annotation to be checked out and feedback given to the game annotator who is: bnolan

Game quotation:

Sweet Deflection

Game introduction:

This was a training game between Carlos Torre (with the black pieces) and his teacher. Torre would later become a very strong master and is famous for playing the opening now called the Torre Attack.
Some have suggested that this game did not actually occur, but was a composition.


Game conclusions:

* If you find yourself in a cramped position, try to trade off some of your more passive pieces.
* Beware the weak back rank.
* Wouldn't we all like to be able to sacrifice our queen six moves in a row!


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kingscrusher