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Raymond Keene vs Jonathan Penrose
Cambridgeshire - Essex match (1970), ?
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto Variation. Classical Main Line (E69)  ·  1-0

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Oct-26-06  Tenderfoot: Why was black repeating Rf6 and Rf7?
Oct-26-06
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  ray keene: would you care to suggest an alternative?
Oct-26-06  Karpova: Very nice game indeed! Black had to stay passive throughout the game and his DSB was completely useless. The nightmare of every KID-player!
Oct-26-06  Tenderfoot: Well, I think you've already beat him at that point. I don't know, I figured he was repeating it because he'd already lost, so I'd probably resign.
Oct-26-06
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  ray keene: yes it was time for resigns-but i think he was just trying to make the time control at move 40-i won a very similar game v penrose where he also got tied up in knots in 1974-its here on the database-starts 1b3.
Oct-26-06
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  ray keene: i have tracked down the other win so they shd both appear next to each other on the instant index on the home page
Aug-18-11
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  OhioChessFan: Thanks for pointing me to this game. 43. Ke3 is a great cheeky move. I ought to put together a collection of Cheeky Move Games.
Aug-18-11
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  ray keene: <ohiochessfan> if you like this win v penrose you shd also like my 1974 win against him with 1c4 and 2 b3
Aug-18-11
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  OhioChessFan: With those 2 moves, I like it already. Maybe you can help me convince a world team to play a Caro Kann sometime?
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