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Oscar Quinones Carrillo vs Leonid Stein
Amsterdam Interzonal (1964), Amsterdam NED, rd 22, Jun-19
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Janowski-Larsen Variation (D25)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Dec-26-07  Resignation Trap: This game was played in the penultimate round of the Interzonal. Quinones held Stein to a draw this round while Spassky lost to Larsen.

Stein may still have been able to qualify for the 1965 Candidates Matches, but he played a lackluster draw in the last round: L Stein vs K Darga, 1964 while Spassky advanced by defeating the Peruvian: Spassky vs O Quinones, 1964 .

Only three players from the USSR were permitted to advance to the Candidates. Larsen, Smyslov, Spassky and Tal each scored 17.0, Stein scored 16.5 .

Dec-14-19
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  Fusilli: <Resignation Trap> It must have been quite frustrating for Stein. Quinones had a decent start at the interzonal but the intensity and length of the tournament (plus being paired with the strongest players in the second half) took its toll and he scored +0 =2 -6 in the last eight rounds, with this game being one of the two draws.

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