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Paul L Cassidy vs Alan Grant Kerr
"Paul Cassidy and the Sundance KID" (game of the day Oct-20-2013)
Chess Olympiad Final-C (1972), Skopje MKD, rd 11, Oct-08
King's Indian Defense: Averbakh Variation. Flexible Defense (E73)  ·  0-1


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  thegoodanarchist: Great game! Worthy of GOTD
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Please help--can't see the refutation of 18.Bg3.
Oct-20-13  Dezaxa: I would expect 18. Bg3 to be answered with 19... f5 with some dangerous threats. But instead of 17... g5, Nxc4 looks much stronger for Black. After 18 Bxc4 Nxe5 19. Be2 Ng4+ 20. Bxg4 Bd4 Black is winning.
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  Travis Bickle: What a magnificent game by black & played in the year that The Maestro of The KID, Bobby Fischer was World Chess Champ!
Oct-20-13  Kikoman: position after 34...Qf5+

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Oct-20-13  hellopolgar:
Oct-20-13  Xeroxx: "Paul Cassidy and the Sundance KID" - Never heard of this movie.
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  PawnSac: It was
"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"

starring Robert Redford and Paul Neuman

Oct-20-13  waustad: Too bad they didn't get Galloping into the pun, for Graham Kerr. I suppose the Hole in the Wall Gang did enough galloping to qualify.
Oct-20-13  GumboGambit: "Who are those guys?"
Oct-20-13  chessmaster777: Потрясно
Oct-20-13  Abdel Irada: I think Cassidy erred with 12. Nd1, which loses a crucial tempo. Instead, 12. exf6 seems logical and consistent, and White emerges with at least a level position.

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  kevin86: Black will crook the rook.
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