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🏆 USSR - USA Radio Match (1945) Chess Event Description
The USSR vs. USA radio chess match in 1945 was conducted from September 1 to September 4. The ten leading masters of the United States played the ten leading masters of the Soviet Union (except for ... [more]

Player: Anthony Santasiere

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Bronstein vs Santasiere 1-0571945USSR - USA Radio MatchD95 Grunfeld
2. Santasiere vs Bronstein 0-1501945USSR - USA Radio MatchA06 Reti Opening
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  offramp: <Using the Uedemann Code, it took an average of 5 minutes to transmit a move... >

Why? Was the speed of light less in the 1940s?

Apr-09-14  usuario x: <This result surprised the chess world>


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  WannaBe: In the bio section "The following players were..." are duplicated, once in the middle and again at the end.

<offramp> Yes, it wasn't until Einstein's theory was proven that light actually reached light speed as we know it.

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  HeMateMe: I would have put Frank Sinatra on Board one, Amos and Andy on second board.
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  offramp: "And now Roma wines, that's R-O-M-A wines presents: The United States versus The USSR Chess match..."
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  Phony Benoni: The scene from the Soviet Side. :

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  zanzibar: <PB> that's a great clip - thanks for pointing it out!

What would really be a gas would be it the American version were available. Then the two could be interlaced together.

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  keypusher: Thanks, PB. Crackin' soundtrack.
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  Phony Benoni: By the way, I need to give credit to <Resignation Trap> for finding the video.
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