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Sam Sloan vs Walter Shawn Browne
American Open (1967), Santa Monica (USA), rd 3
Sicilian Defense: Nezhmetdinov-Rossolimo Attack. Fianchetto Variation (B31)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Apr-28-05  DP12: What is this a joke? Sam Sloan takes down Walter Browne?
Apr-28-05  EmperorAtahualpa: Who are they?
Jun-26-05  The 3 Gambiteers: Wow Sloan's Rook counterplay takes down Brown with mating threats and perpetual checks!
Feb-01-06  waddayaplay: This is Walter S. Browne's first game in the database.
Feb-01-06  sleepkid: Sam Sloan... several apples short of a dozen eggs.
Feb-01-06  ChessVip: this is a good example of "how to lose a winning game"
Mar-14-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: You have got to be kidding.
Jul-18-07  I3illieJoe: This game was probably an arranged game, or a joke
Jul-18-07  Strongest Force: Billyjoe is most likely right. Both of these guys (i "hung" with both) wasn't above arranging games for the right money ($$$$).
Nov-24-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  yoyomama: Not arranged. You can see how Browne turns down the perpetual, giving up his Bishop ... he assumed his queenside pawns would win against a weaker player, but he was wrong.
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