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Peter Jonathan Winston vs Andrew Karklins
73rd US Open (1972), Atlantic City, NJ USA, rd 10, Aug-23
Spanish Game: Exchange. Bronstein Variation (C69)  ·  0-1
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Sep-02-17
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  Phony Benoni: After <28.exf5>:


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At this point, the tournament bulletin gives this impossible sequence: <28...Rxf5 29.Ne4 Rf8 30.Bg1 Nxg1 31.Rxg1 Rxc2>. It is apparent that Black's moves are out of order.

The reconstruction we have here is one possibility, but I think that a better one would be <28...Rxc2 29.Ne4 Rf8 30.Bg1 Nxg1 31.Rxg1 Rxf5>. This seems better since it would only require switching one pair of moves -- Black's 28th and 31st. However, there is no way to be sure.

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Round 10 (Wednesday, August 23): TB 252
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