by IM PlayfulSquirrel
Last time we saw an abysmal game by McDonnell in which he pushed 9 pawns in the first 10 moves and then got swept off the board by the brilliant and accurate play of his French opponent. Only a few games later, however, the two champions returned to the same exact opening. Did McDonnell repeat his atrocious pawn play, or had he already learned a little something about chess strategy from his previously punished mistakes?
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