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Joy Shu Yan Qin vs Bernard Alan Carpinter
New Zealand Open (2016), Auckland NZL, rd 3, Jan-04
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Anderssen Variation (C77)  ·  1-0
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Jan-10-16
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  Benzol: 27.Bxf7+ Ouch!
Jan-12-16
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  Richard Taylor: Yes, nice tactic. She got the prize of the day. But Bernard played well and should really have won. He needed to play 24. Nf3+ and he was much better. Komodo confirms this.

Bernard said he wasn't keen to play in the Seniors with 2 games a day. I am not sure if he was ill or depressed but he pulled out of the tournament. He was a very strong player in the old days. He and his brother Tony were always in the A Grade.

Jul-11-18
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  Jonathan Sarfati: Two games a day is hard work even for non-seniors, so he has a point. In this game, Bernard was playing something different from what he played in his younger days, but played it well. The R lift to g6 was well done and White was in trouble.
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