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Yury Arkhipkin vs Levdenko
Riga (1980)
King's Gambit: Accepted. Bishop's Gambit Bogoljubow Variation (C33)  ·  0-1



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  FSR: Bury Yury in a Hurry.

Tim Kazurinsky on <Saturday Night Live>:

<[Laughs] You know. I thought I could trust the <New York Post>. Under the leadership of Rupert Murdoch, the <Post> has given us such memorable headlines as ... [holds up newspaper] "The Sheiks Hit The Fan!" And ... "Khomeini's Kamikazes." And, my personal favorite: "Grandmother Dies of AIDS." So, yesterday, when the Post came out with the headline "Andropov Dead" I was shocked! It's clear, it's concise, it's factual. In every way, it's a departure from what I've come to expect from the <Post>. They even spelled his name right.

What happened? Why didn't they report Yuri's death like this: [holds up fake headlines] "Russia Goes Topless". "Iron Curtain Call". "Yuri Stiffs Russia". Or ... Lenin Gets Roommate". Where, I ask you, are the bad puns? [holds up more fake headlines] Like: "Flu-1, Yuri-0". "Vodkaput". "Andro-Poof". Don't tell me that the <Post> fired the lousy poet who wrote headlines like: "How-Now Mos-Cow" ... "Bury Yuri In A Hurry" ... "Redsky Dedsky" ... or "Stinko Pinko Sinko".

[holds up the real "Andropov Dead" headline again]

Is this the new <New York Post?> What can I say? The thrill is gone.>

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