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Jovica Radovanovic vs Mark Quinn
"The Mighty Quinn" (game of the day Aug-16-2004)
British Championship (2004), Scarborough ENG, rd 1, Aug-02
Sicilian Defense: Closed. Chameleon Variation (B23)  ·  0-1

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Aug-16-04
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  cu8sfan: What a nice finish! And what a pun! And I can't believe I'm the first one to comment on it! (-:
Aug-16-04
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  kevin86: I think white fumbled away this one. Is there a better move than 40 ♘xe5? is there a worse one?!
Aug-16-04  DevastatioN: Hey, this is early in the morning, so I didn't get to analyze it well, what about Re3 instead of Nxe5? Does this give a little bit more slack to white?
Aug-16-04
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  kevin86: <DesestatioN> looks good to me,white's move is a blunder!!

Where is everyone? Three responses in twelve hours!! Is everybody watching the Olympic fencing competition? lol

Aug-16-04  white pawn: I don't get the pun... Does the word "Quinn" mean "duck" in another language?
Aug-16-04
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  Calli: I think Black runs out of checks if
40.Rxe5! Rxf3 41.gxf3 Rxf3 42.Qh4 Rf1+ 43.Kh2 Qd2+ 44.Kg3

The caption is just a reference to a song. A pun? Maybe not, but it is Quinn-essential Beatles music. ;->

Aug-16-04  acirce: <The Mighty Quinn> is a Dylan song and also a movie.
Aug-16-04
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  Sneaky: You'll not see nothing like the mighty Quinn. http://edheads.sisco.com/BadHabitsG...
Aug-16-04  Kaspy2: thought it was "mighty ole' Quinn"
Aug-16-04  xiaolin: just to rub it in <cu8sfan> ill be the first one to comment tomorow ;)
Aug-16-04
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  cu8sfan: <xiaolin> Lol! If that is your real name you have good chances of being earlier than me. What if tomorrow's game already has kibitzes? (-;
Feb-08-06  McCool: Why not 40 ♖xe5

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