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Stewart Reuben vs Barry N Green
BCF-ch (1970), Coventry ENG, rd 1, Aug-??
English Opening: Anglo-Dutch Defense (A10)  ·  1/2-1/2


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Dec-08-02  Moe Green: I think I played poker with this guy Reuben in Vegas.
Dec-08-02  ughaibu: Small tubby guy with a beard?
Dec-08-02  Moe Green: He was sitting down. He had some kind of British accent, he did have a beard and big glasses. He was a pretty good player.
Dec-09-02  ughaibu: I dont remember hearing of him as a poker player or any kind of gambler but it could well be. He hasn't got any distinctive accent but he speaks somewhat as if he's the one with the greater knowledge or authority. I think he wears glasses but I dont remember, it's around four years since I last saw him.
Dec-09-02  PVS: Stewart Reuben is well known as a no-limit and pot-limit poker player and chess organizer. I assume this is he.
Dec-09-02  Moe Green: Like I said, he was a pretty good poker player.
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