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Peter Jonathan Winston vs Jaime Sunye Neto
wch jr A (1974), Manila PHI
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf. Poisoned Pawn Variation (B97)  ·  1-0


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Sep-15-07  Maynard5: After the furious tactical fight earlier on, White achieves a winning pawn ending. Note how 31. Rxe6 gains a tempo, enabling White to bring his king to the center more rapidly. By move 39, Black must withdraw his king from the critical e5 square, after which White wins easily. Good play by Peter Winston.
Sep-15-07  Strongest Force: This is another game which proves the mass influence of Bobby Fischer.
Jun-10-11  JudMc: ChessBase gives this game as drawn, but it is a clear win for White. Also see Chess Life, Sept 2007, pp. 46-49.
Jun-11-11  Strongest Force: I forgot to say Peter was my homeboy from the upper west side.
Mar-23-16  Howard: That September, 2007 article was the one which gave a bio of Winston, including his well-known win over the late Walter Browne back around 1972.

And no trace of Winston was ever found after early 1978....

Dec-25-16  cehertan: Indeed a beautiful win as I highlight in my 2007 chess life article. Unlike many young Americans Peter didn't shy away from topical lines--and this was among the trendiest due to world champ rj Fischer
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