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Anthony F Ker vs Michael Kethro
Oceania Zone 3.6 Zonal Championship (2017), Auckland NZL, rd 5, Jan-17
French Defense: Advance. Lputian Variation (C02)  ·  1-0
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FEN COPIED

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Mar-05-17  IAmMe: This games is wrong. This is actually Anthony Ker vs Michael Kethro from the same competition. The live boards for these two were set wrong.
Mar-06-17
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  Benzol: <IAmMe> Have you submitted a correction slip about this and the other game in question?
Mar-16-17
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  Richard Taylor: I don't think Daniel plays the French. I cant understand the result. Did White resign? He looks better...
Mar-17-17
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  Benzol: Maybe this isn't the full gamescore. Richard I agree with you that at this stage White looks better. Perhaps the full story will eventually emerge. Lets hope so.
Mar-20-17
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  Richard Taylor: They could have mixed it up with the Ker-Kethro game as <IAmMe> says. There were a lot of players and hundreds of games.

Another thing is that it is fortunate they didn't mix Daniel Gong with the Australian Gong....

One day Ewen was coaching Daniel, and I said: "Gong, that name rings a gong." he just glared at me.

It would be hopeless trying to make progress against Daniel for me I think Paul, which is why I switched to H-Pak....although in theory he could play. He might play in some of the ones in the Grand Prix.

Jun-04-17  IAmMe: The score is also wrong this is mixed up with Daniel Gong's (my) game against Nicholas Croad. They changed the players but not the result.
Jul-01-17  Baby Hawk: 16. Nxf7 looks pretty good.
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