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Uwe Kunsztowicz vs Raymond Keene
FRG-ch International (1973), Dortmund FRG, rd 6, May-23
Indian Game: Saemisch-Indian (A50)  ·  0-1

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Oct-15-04
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  ray keene: nb8 move fifteen -this was when my opponent laughed
Jun-01-05  TedBundy: Ahh. How I wish all the games in the database had such instructive comments. I feel as if I am playing thru one of the games in 'Logical Chess - Move By Move'! The notes really adds appreciation to the overall concept of this game.
Jun-01-05  bomb the bishop: I'll second that, TedBundy. The game notes are fantastic. I love em.
Sep-11-05  wals: For an exhaustive (and exhausting) study of this game refer to the chapter 'The Art of Playing Bad Positions' in Jonathan Tisdall's book "Improve Your Chess Now".
Sep-11-05  aw1988: Keene's notes (and Tisdall's) are a labour of love.
Sep-11-05
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  jaime gallegos: yeap, if every GM write the way he did on his own games, chess books would be master pieces of literature ever !!!
Aug-02-06  aw1988: Is ...b6 really deserving of "?!" though? In the opening several moves can be interchanged. It's only move 2!
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