middle game


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middle game

n
(Chess & Draughts) chess the central phase between the opening and the endgame
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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.
However, there are benefits to the playing both sides against the middle game.
We need to take away their middle game and attacks through effective blocking and floor defense.
The game was really complicated from the initial stages and in the middle game too," Harika conceded.
Hull will have a chance to go top of the table, at least for 24 hours, when they take on St Helens in the middle game on Saturday.
Hull FC will have a chance to go top of the table, at least for 24 hours, when they take on St Helens in the middle game this afternoon.
England then have away tests in Scotland and France before finishing at home to Ireland on March 17 - the middle game of "Super Saturday".
It means Gatland's final Six Nations match in charge of Wales will be a tough examination against the Irish, with that fixture the middle game of Super Saturday on March 16.
Areshchenko, playing black, outplayed Laxman in the middle game of their Exchange Grunfeld opening, before finishing with a flourish, giving up a piece to create passed pawns on both flanks, which proved more than enough to handle for Laxman's sluggish knight.
Darvish pitched the middle game of that best-of-five series.
The result was not only the Aussies losing the middle game of a three-Test series for the first time, but also giving up their world No.
It's whichever team are able to put the disappointment behind them from this middle game will be the ones to prevail.
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