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Tony Palmer vs David M Levine
90th US Open (1989), Chicago, IL USA, rd 4, Aug-08
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Modern Steinitz Defense Fianchetto Variation (C76)  ·  1-0

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May-08-05
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  tpstar: Who's that gigolo on the street (1. e4 e5)/With his hands in his pockets and his crocodile feet (2. Nf3 Nc6)/Hanging off the curb (3. Bb5), looking all disturbed (3 ... a6)/At the boys from home (4. Ba4), they all came running (4 ... d6)/They were making noise (5. c3), manhandling toys (5 ... Bd7)/Just the girls on the block (6. d4) with the nasty curls (6 ... g6)/Wearing padded bras (7. Bg5), sucking beer through straws (7 ... f6)/Dropping down their drawers (8. Be3), well did you get yours? (8 ... Nh6) [last book move]/G-G-Gigolo (9. d5)/Huh, sukka? (9 ... Ne7)/Who's looking good today? (10. Bxd7+ Qxd7)/Who's looking good in every way? (11. h3 Nf7)/No style rookie (12. c4 f5)/You better watch (13. Nc3), don't mess with me (13 ... f4)/No moneyman can win my love (14. Bc1 g5)/It's sweetness that I'm thinking of (15. b3 Ng6)/We always hang in a buffalo stance (16. Bb2 h5)/We do the dive every time we dance (17. Qe2 Be7)/I'll give you love baby, not romance (18. 0-0-0 0-0-0)/I'll make a move (19. Nd2), nothing left to chance (19 ... g4)/So don't you get fresh with me (20. b4 Kb8)/So you say you wanted money but you know it's never funny (21. Kb1)/When your shoes worn through, when there's a rumble in your tummy (21 ... f3)/But you had to have style, get a gold tooth smile (22. gf)/Put a girl on the corner so you could make a pile (22 ... Nf4)/Committed a crime and went inside (23. Qf1)/It was coming your way but you had to survive (23 ... Nxh3) ["Here comes the goal-getter"]/When you lost your babe (24. Nb3), you lost the race (24 ... Rdf8)/Now you're looking at me to take her place?! (25. c5) [Playing against the Pawn chain]/Who's looking good today? (25 ... Nd8)/Who's looking good in every way? (26. c6)/No style rookie (26 ... Nxc6?!) [26 ... bc 27. fg Nxf2 28. Rxh5 Nxd1 29. Qxd1 cd]/You better watch (27. dxc6 Qxc6), don't mess with me (28. Rxh3! gxh3) [There goes the goal-getter lol]/No moneyman can win my love (29. Qxh3 Qc4)/It's sweetness that I'm thinking of (30. Nd5 Qe2)/We always hang in a buffalo stance (31. Rd2 Qe1+)/We do the dive every time we dance (32. Bc1 Bg5)/I'll give you love baby, not romance (33. Rc2 Rh7)/I'll make a move (34. Qe6), nothing left to chance (34 ... Bxc1)/So don't you get fresh with me (35. Rxc1 Qxf2)/Wind on my face (36. Nxc7!), sound in my ears (36 ... Qxf3?)/Water from my eyes (37. Qxd6) [ ], and you on my mind (37 ... Qxe4+) [37 ... Ka7 38. Qc5+ Kb8 39. Qxe5 ]/As I sink (38. Ka1 Rf3), diving down deep (39. Nb5+), deeper into your soul (1-0) - Neneh Cherry + Fritz 7, "Buffalo Stance"

You know I mean

May-08-05  Milo: lol, you should send in more games...
May-11-05  offramp: Very tense game. I couldn't tell which way it was going to go until the Nb5+ dénouement.

Strange how the two attacks sort of mimic each other.

23...Nxh3 does Not look like a good move; the knight looks powerful on f4.

Great stuff!

May-11-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  Sneaky: Wow... Tony Palmer plays chess! ;-)
Jul-04-05  aw1988: Holy. This could be a KID for all I know.
Jan-12-21
Premium Chessgames Member
  Honza Cervenka: Black's quick demise in this game started only after 34...Bxc1?! After moves like 34...Rhf7, 34...Rg7 or 34....Rfh8 black is still in the game.

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