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Greg Hjorth vs Raymond Keene
2nd Commonwealth-ch (1984), Hong Kong HKG, rd 11, Mar-??
Modern Defense: Standard Defense (B06)  ·  0-1


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Mar-14-05  Runemaster: Neat invasion on the dark squares by kibitzer Raymond Keene. I lost in a similar way to IM Hjorth (with similar compromised king-side pawn structure) just after this game as white in a King's Indian - he obviously learnt the lesson well.
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  e4Newman: My oh my, how annotations and kibitzing such as these make a game so much more enjoyable! As noted, brilliant foresight by black.
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  parkisch: Keene misses mate in one with 29...Qxe3.
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  azaris: 29...Qxe3 30.Kg3
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  parkisch: Yes, of couse. I only started playing recently so please forgive this stupid mistake.
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  aw1988: It's OK, we all make mistakes.
Nov-18-05  BadTemper: How many players, or even GM's would find 27.. Qf6!! ? If it was put as a sunday puzzle, and anyone says they solved it, they are liars.
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