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Blood Over a Broken Pawn (2008)

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Traumatized by a violent robbery, a Brooklyn coffee shop owner lashes out against an innocent kid, and stumbles into a dangerous confrontation with a chess-master, kingpin.

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Traumatized by a violent robbery, a Brooklyn coffee shop owner lashes out against an innocent kid, and stumbles into a dangerous confrontation with a chess-master, kingpin.

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