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Dean Ippolito vs Yaacov Norowitz
32nd World Open (2004)  ·  Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz Variation (A51)  ·  1-0
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Jul-05-04  jaime gallegos: the transcription is right ???
or JH Dean forgot 19. Qe7# ???
Jul-05-04  notsodeepthought: Something else looks funny - is white JH Dean (web page header) or Dean J Ippolito (score header)? I am assuming they are not the same guy... also, why is the final position won for white? I mean, ... Ke8, then what?
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  beenthere240: The oddly named Mr. Dean or Ippolito was also involved in a curios game in which he overlooked an apparent mate in 1 -- that or the score is corrupted as may be the case here as well.
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  Willem Wallekers: Chessbase and Chesslab have the same game with Dean Ippolito as the white player. With the same amazing score.
May-18-05  JohnBoy: The score, according to Ippolito, should have black playing 16...Nd6, with everything else correct. I hope can correct this.
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