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Bob Renaut vs NN
Cincinnati (1974), Cincinnati, OH USA
King's Gambit: Accepted. Double Muzio Gambit (C37)  ·  1-0

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Nov-19-08  Trigonometrist: Now this is under-developed queenside...:)
Jan-23-17
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  norami: Possibly the best example in all of chess of White sacrificing as many pieces as he can as fast as he can and then checkmating.
Apr-16-20
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  fredthebear: Bob Renaut only has one game in the database, but it's a scorcher! With such style, it wouldn't be a surprise if he had a role in the famous poker movie "The Cincinnati Kid" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfn...
Apr-16-20
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  keypusher: <FTB> Assuming this game was even played, all Renaut needed was a good memory.

V Smirnov vs Tikhonov, 1954

Apr-16-20
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  saffuna: Nice catch!
Apr-16-20
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  Diademas: < keypusher: <FTB> Assuming this game was even played, all Renaut needed was a good memory. V Smirnov vs Tikhonov, 1954>

He would have had to have had an exceptional memory. Both Volodin Smirnov and Tikhonov are also just credited with one game.

If you pulled this out your memory, I will build an altar in my home and revere you as a God! :-)

Apr-16-20
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  keypusher: < Diademas: < keypusher: <FTB> Assuming this game was even played, all Renaut needed was a good memory. V Smirnov vs Tikhonov, 1954> He would have had to have had an exceptional memory. Both Volodin Smirnov and Tikhonov are also just credited with one game.

If you pulled this out your memory, I will build an altar in my home and revere you as a God! :-)>

Yeah, don't do that. :-) This game rang a faint bell for me, so I used the "similar games" feature to find Smirnov-Tikhonov. In any case, I'm living proof that a good memory is not enough to make someone a good chessplayer.

I think Smirnov is a little bit better known than his representation on cg.com would indicate. Bronstein praised him in his notes to Smyslov vs Euwe, 1953 -- I've posted what he wrote to the Smirnov page and the Smirnov-Tikhonov page.

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