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Robert James Fischer vs Raymond Allen Weinstein
USA-ch (1959), New York, NY USA, rd 3, Dec-20
Caro-Kann Defense: Two Knights Attack. Mindeno Variation Exchange Line (B11)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Aug-09-07  RookFile: I think Fischer was close to a win in the endgame, but evidently Weinstein had just enough.
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  Joshka: Would black have a winning game with 31...d3?.....Interesting, this guy had some major scalps on his resume!!! He's still alive i guess in institutions?..wonder if he has contact with the outside world?...relatives?....lots of folks have mental problems but they still have stories to tell...oh well....any news appreciated!!
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  Joshka: Sloan visited with him at the mental facility and reported he was very uncommunicative, back in 1996. So 21 years since, and probably no way he's gotten any better. Oh well.....
Jan-07-18  Howard: Wasn't that in CL ? They ran a brief article around that time in which someone not only told of visiting him, but even gave directions as to the facility he was being held at.

Raymond Weinstein, by the way, was a cousin of the late Bisguier.

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