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William Addison vs Anatoly Karpov
Caracas (1970), Caracas VEN, rd 17, Jul-11
Russian Game: Cozio (Lasker) Attack (C42)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Dec-23-11  dinekum: Addison drew with both Karpov and Fischer in his career
Dec-23-11  M.D. Wilson: Intrepid play by White. Not a stressful game, as his name would suggest.
Dec-24-11  Resignation Trap: <Intrepid>? Don't you mean <Insipid>?
Dec-24-11  King Death: This was a routine last round draw with nothing at stake for either player.
Dec-24-11  M.D. Wilson: Are you American, Resignation Trap?
Dec-24-11
Premium Chessgames Member
  FSR: Yes, insipid is a more appropriate word. Addison was obviously content to draw against the rising young star.
Dec-24-11
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  FSR: The cross-table of Caracas 1970 is in this article: http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail.... Addison finished with an even score of 8.5/17. Karpov tied for 4th-6th with 11.5. Kavalek won impressively with 13-4.
Feb-15-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  twpeaks: There is an interesting story about
Mr. Addison, who I got to play Japanese chess with, in S.F.,CA when he and B. Fisher left for Midwest Championship in Milwaukee, WIS.. The three guys drove together to Milwaukee and played speed chess all the way. Read the story by his Mr Addison's wife in Wikipedia under William Addisons name. good reading

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