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Andrew Whiteley vs A Dunn
Hackney-Kings Head (1989), London ENG
Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz Variation (A51)  ·  0-1

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Apr-19-05  soberknight: A "Dunn Deal." 5 g3 or 6 Bxc5 could have let White survive.
Jan-28-06  CaptainEvans: Good gracious! Mr. Whiteley was no patzer either. He was European junior champion in the '60s - according to his bio.
Aug-22-08  JonDSouzaEva: I was present when this game was played. It was Hackney vs Kings Head, and I think it was a National Club rather than a league match.

After Black's sixth Andrew Whiteley said "Maybe if I resign now, people will assume it's a different Andrew Whiteley".

Black was Andrew M Dunn (http://grading.bcfservices.org.uk/g...), not to be confused with the other, slightly stronger English player called Andrew Dunn!

Apr-02-15  billyhan: "This game weally was Whitely-Dunn"

--Elmer Fudd

Sep-06-19  Granny O Doul: Knowing that White was going to lose in 6 moves, I expected the finish to be 6. Nf3 Qxf2+. So in Whiteley's defense, he didn't find the only way to lose.

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