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Kenneth Wallach vs Tony Palmer
National Open (2004), Las Vegas, NV USA, rd 4, Jun-19
Catalan Opening: General (E00)  ·  1/2-1/2



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  tpstar: Pull him away (1. d4 Nf6)/Changes so with me (2. c4 e6)/Go there for new (3. g3 d5)/For new things there (4. Nf3 c6)/Singing of a famous street (5. Bg2 Bd6)/I want to love (6. Nc3 Nbd7), I've all the wrong glory (7. Qd3 dc)/But is it Heaven or Las Vegas (8. Qxc4 e5)/But you're much more brighter than the sun is to me (9. 0-0 ed) [last book move]/He's a hustler (10. Nxd4 0-0)/It's a role he'll never make suit [10 ... Ne5 11. Qa4 =]/Hang on to this (11. Rd1 Nb6)/Stay and stay (12. Qb3 Qe7) and fail and fail (13. Bg5 Be5)/Pull him away (14. Ne4 h6)/Changes so with me (15. Nxf6+ Bxf6)/Go there for new (16. Bxf6 Qxf6)/For new things there (17. Rac1 Rd8)/Singing of a famous street (18. e3 Bg4)/I want to love (19. Re1 Rab8), I've all the wrong glory (20. h3 Bd7)/But is it Heaven or Las Vegas (21. Qa3 a6)/But you're much more brighter than the sun is to me (22. b4 Nc8)/Reaching this itch in my soul (23. Nb3 Ne7)/Is like any good playing card [23 ... Be6 24. Nc5 =]/Must be why I'm thinking of Las Vegas (24. e4 Ng6)/Why it's more brighter than the sun is to me (25. Nc5 Nf8)/Carnivals are bluster loud (26. e5 Qe7)/I'm dizzy so I go under the Big Dipper (27. f4 Ne6)/Come fantasy for a carnival (28. Ne4 Nc7)/How fitting before a wedding (29. Qb2 Ne8)/Singing of a famous street (30. Nc5 Be6)/I want to love (31. Rcd1 Nc7), I've all the wrong glory (32. Nxe6 Qxe6)/But is it Heaven or Las Vegas (33. Qc2 Qe7)/But you're much more brighter than the sun is to me (34. Qc4 Rxd1)/Reaching this itch in my soul (35. Rxd1 Rd8)/Is like any good playing card (36. Rxd8+ Qxd8)/Must be why I'm thinking of Las Vegas (37. f5 Qd2)/Why it's more brighter than the sun is to me (38. Qf4 Qd1+)/Maybe then you will swear [38 ... Qe1+ 39. Kh2 Nd5 40. Bxd5 cxd5 41. a3 ]/This is hardly personal (39. Kh2 Nd5)/I suspect (40. Bxd5 Qxd5) I'm singing to a tune (41. h4 Qxa2+) [ ]/And still find that beats singing to your song (1/2-1/2) - Cocteau Twins + Fritz 7, "Heaven Or Las Vegas"

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