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Raymond Allen Weinstein vs Robert Eugene Byrne
US Championship (1963/64), New York, NY USA, rd 11, Jan-01
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Benko Attack (E99)  ·  1-0


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  Garech: It's surprising there isn't more kibitzing on this guy Weinstein's games; he was clearly an exceptional player. Such a shame how things went for him; he may well have been a top-level competitor.
Dec-07-09  jerseybob: Garech: Absolutely right with your comments about Weinstein's play. And a number of his best games are omitted from this database, including a brilliant win as black in a K.I.D. against R. Byrne from an earlier U.S. Chp.
Apr-12-10  jerseybob: I think I read somewhere that black's best response to this line is not Byrne's h5-4 coupled with f4, locking up the k-side, but keeping it fluid with Kh8 making way for Ng8 and a possible queen infiltration.
Apr-14-12  LIFE Master AJ: What a shame.

This guy was great, he played amazing chess, this is a creative game.

Apr-14-12  LIFE Master AJ: There's a couple of POTD's in there as well ...
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