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🏆 52nd US Open (1951)

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Player: Eliot Sanford Hearst

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. E Hearst vs R Harrell  1-026195152nd US OpenC11 French
2. A Liepnieks vs E Hearst  ½-½36195152nd US OpenA06 Reti Opening
3. G Eastman vs E Hearst  0-132195152nd US OpenC63 Ruy Lopez, Schliemann Defense
4. E Hearst vs A Spiller  1-073195152nd US OpenA28 English
5. E McCormick vs E Hearst  1-031195152nd US OpenB13 Caro-Kann, Exchange
6. E Hearst vs R Brieger  1-021195152nd US OpenD50 Queen's Gambit Declined
7. E Hearst vs Kashdan  ½-½19195152nd US OpenA28 English
8. James Cross vs E Hearst  ½-½21195152nd US OpenD57 Queen's Gambit Declined, Lasker Defense
9. Dr. Juan Gonzalez vs E Hearst  0-141195152nd US OpenA06 Reti Opening
10. E Hearst vs Larry Evans  ½-½11195152nd US OpenE10 Queen's Pawn Game
11. N Whitaker vs E Hearst  0-126195152nd US OpenC50 Giuoco Piano
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jan-12-17  machuelo: Josť R. Florido was a Cuban chess player. In 1956 when he was among the best 10 masters of Cuba he played in Havana against the then unknown Bobby Fischer and lost. This was the first important win for the young Fischer. Florido was a good tactician and also a good blitz player. At least twice, 1951 and 1951 he participated in the US Open with good results.

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