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Raymond Keene vs C W Hull
Postal Game (1964) (correspondence), Correspondence
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch. Closed Variation 7c6 (E88)  ·  1-0



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Apr-22-06  blingice: <ray keene> Very interesting game. The piece movements and tradeoffs are some of the most intricate I've seen. Could you explain why Mr. Hull couldn't play 30..Rxb7? Also, I play a lot of correspondence chess myself. What is your strategy when you play correspondence chess rather than OTB chess?
Oct-03-06  Gowe: Because: <30.... Rxb7?? 31.Qd5+ 31.Rf7 32.Rc8+ Kg7 33.Rg3+ Kf6 34.Qd6+ Kf5 35.Rc5+ Ke4 36.Qd5++>

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  ray keene: i am afraid i dont play it anymore-dont have the patience-however i had two other really good games v ezmakov a dragon and white v hindley a queens indian-of which i am very proud!

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