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Julio Kaplan vs Paul Keres
San Antonio (1972), San Antonio, TX USA, rd 15, Dec-10
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Modern Steinitz Defense (C72)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Apr-29-14
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  irishspy: Keres should have played 11. ..., Nxe5, freeing c6 for his bishop.
Apr-29-14  Howard: Bit strange that someone of Keres' caliber didn't press for a win here. Kaplan was nowhere near Keres' class.
Apr-29-14  Eduardo Bermudez: Julio P Kaplan was born in Buenos Aires. His family emigrated to Puerto Rico in 1963. He became an IM when he won the World Junior Championship in 1967 ahead of Raymond Keene, Jan Timman and Robert Huebner. In 1974 he came 2nd= at Los Angeles. He programmed Turbo King (Computer), Socrates (Computer) and Turbo King II (Computer) and helped to develop software for his own Heuristic Alpha (Computer) Software company, as well as SciSys and Saitek.

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