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Gerald McCurdy vs Raymond Keene
Orebro Stud olm prelim4 (1966), Orebro SWE, rd 3, Aug-02
Sicilian Defense: Dragon Variation. Yugoslav Attack Old Line (B78)  ·  0-1
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Jul-11-05
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  davewv: Game is on page 33 of "Secrets of Sicilian Dragon" by Gufeld and Schiller
Jun-18-09  PaulLovric: nice game Ray, why is this variation of the Dragon out of favour these days?
Jun-18-09
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  ray keene: thanks for the compliment-maybe 18 e5-magnus C prefers 12...b5 as being more aggressive-see his game v polgar
Jun-18-09
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  ray keene: IF YOU LIKED THIS GAME TRY ALSO THE FOLLOWING ONE O'Dell vs Keene, 1966
Jun-19-09  PaulLovric: <ray keene> Thanks
Jun-20-09  PaulLovric: insted of: 20. gxf7+ can someone, with a decent chess computer, tell me how 20. gxh7+ would unfold ?

thanks i wait you

Jun-20-09
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  ray keene: i think just nxh7 is good for black
Jun-21-09  PaulLovric: Thankyou Grandmaster Keene. the text moves show the knight to be the piece that causes whites downfall in the end. i was thinking trade some pieces after 20...gxh7+ 21.nxh7 21...rxh7 and the outcome may have been different. perhaps McCurdy, included this in his calculations, what do you think?
Jun-21-09
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  ray keene: i dont think it helps white at all
Jun-21-09  PaulLovric: noted
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