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middle game

n
(Chess & Draughts) chess the central phase between the opening and the endgame
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In the middle game of the triple-header, Adamson University took down National College of Business and Arts 25-23, 25-15, 25-23.
SCHAUMBURG -- The Schaumburg Boomers dropped a 3-2 decision at the hands of the Lake Erie Crushers in the middle game of a key weekend series.
They were beginning and middle game, too, and for a long time I thought 'Jane the Virgin' was primarily and essentially a love story.
Chess is sometimes described as a game of three halves, referring to the transition from the opening, through to the middle game and then the end game.
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This was the middle game in a run of three home fixtures which was expected to reignite Sunderland's promotion campaign.
United States-based Grandmaster Julio Catalino Sadorra mishandled a winning middle game and settled for a draw with GM Ivan Saric.
"It's about playing games week in, week out and we know that for the middle game we'll be in Cork or Tyrone - to Pairc Ui Chaoiuh or Healy Park - and that's exciting."
From hereon, both players are left to their own middle game resources, on a maneuvering kind of play.
But their win over Ireland in that never-to-be-forgotten sun-kissed Saturday in Cardiff was the middle game that day as was France's Grand Slam at the Millennium Stadium in 2006.
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