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Benjamin Finegold vs Tony Palmer
Ann Arbor Victory Tournament (1983), Ann Arbor, MI USA, rd 1, Nov-20
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jul-12-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  tpstar: I've been caught stealing (1. g3 Nf6) once (2. Bg2 d5) when I was five (3. d3 e6)/I enjoy stealing (4. Nf3 Be7)/It's as simple as that (5. 0-0 0-0)/Well it's just a simple fact (6. Nbd2 Nbd7)/When I want something (7. e4 de) and I don't want to pay for it [last book move]/I walk right through the door (8. Nxe4 Nb6)/Walk right through the door (9. Qe2 Bd7)/Hey alright (10. b3 a5), if I get by (11. Bb2 c6)/It's mine (12. Ne5 a4), mine all mine (13. c4 ab 14. ab Qc7)/My girl she's one too (15. f4 Nxe4)/She'll go and get her a skirt (16. dxe4 Rxa1)/Stick it under her shirt (17. Bxa1 f6)/She grabbed a razor for me (18. Nxd7 Nxd7)/And she did it just like that (19. Bh3 Bc5+)/When she wants something (20. Kg2 Re8) and she don't want to pay for it (21. Rd1)/She walk right through the door [21. Bc3 Qb6 22. Rb1 Bb4 ]/Walk right through the door (21 ... Re7)/Hey alright [21 ... Nf8 22. Bc3 Qb6 23. Qb2=], if I get by (22. Qd2 Kf7)/It's mine (23. b4 Ba7), mine all mine (24. c5 Nf8)/We sat around the pile [25 ... Kg8 26. fe b6 27. Qd6]/We sat and laughed [28 ... ef 29. ef gf 30. Rf1]/We sat and laughed [29 ... Ng6 30. Qf2 Qd8] and waved it into the air [30. Bxe5 Bxe5 31. Rxe5 ]/And we did it just like that [32 ... Kf7 33. Qxb7+ Bc7 34. Kg1]/When we want something [33 ... Kf8 34. Qa2 Qd7 35. Qc4=] and we don't want to pay for it (34. Qa2 Qd5) [=]/We walk right through the door (35. Qa8 Qd8)/Walk right through the door (36. b5 Be5) [ ]/Hey alright (43. Ke3 h6), if I get by (44. Rd1+ Ke6)/It's mine (45. Bd8 Kf5) mine (46. Bc7 Re7) mine (47. Bd8 Re8) mine (48. Rd7 Rf8) mine (49. Bc7 Ke6) mine (50. Bxe5!? Kxd7) mine (51. Bxg7 Rf5) mine (52. Bd4 Ke6) mine (53. Kxe4 Rd5) mine [53 ... Rg5 54. Kf4 ] mine (54. h3)/It's mine (1/2-1/2) - Jane's Addiction + Fritz 7, "Been Caught Stealing"
Aug-04-05  refutor: good tune
Aug-07-05  iron maiden: Was this normal time control?
Aug-07-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  tpstar: As normal as it gets, G. ;>D

This was Round 1, so the TD adjudicated our endgame as a draw to keep the tournament moving along. Otherwise we would have played it out.

Mar-09-06  aw1988: <so the TD adjudicated our endgame as a draw to keep the tournament moving along.>

That's strange. I was under the assumption that they .. oh, I don't know .. let the game finish?!

Dec-10-06  erabin123: wow finegiold as a young player.
Dec-10-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  Phony Benoni: I remember this tournament. The unusual part was that Palmer and Finegold ended up tieing for first. We're used to seeing the two leaders draw in the final round of a tournament. But in round 1?

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