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A Paul Morphy Curiosity

This following is “a possible restoration” of an unknown Paul Morphy chess game given by Mr. A.G. Sellman, and appearing in issue #1 of The Internation Chess Magazine (Jan. 1885) edited by Steinitz.


One of the most interesting reminiscences connected with the deceased chess king that has been handed down to posterity, is the following position which occurred in a game played at Paris, between Messrs. Morphy and Delannoy, the former giving the odds of pawn and two moves:



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