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C W Hull vs Raymond Keene
Postal Game (1964) (correspondence), Correspondence
Indian Game: Kingside Fianchetto (A48)  ·  0-1

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Dec-24-05  DanielBryant: 25...Rd3! is the kind of move I probably wouldn't see in a game, but the temporary pawn sacrifice completely ties up White's forces.
Feb-17-06  LIFE Master AJ: An impressive performance, Black wins without ever seeming to even work up a sweat.
Feb-17-06
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  ray keene: <lifemasteraj> i am going to publish your grunfeld win v wheeler in the london times -God willing-on saturday march 18. i tried to mention this on your section but it appears to be frozen. i have also given a parallel game from the same variation where white wins.a very beautiful white win by gm turner v howell.the column willl also be accessible via "games" on the london times international website. you might want to inform your opponent mr wheeler that the game is going up.my next post i hope will give the turner moves with its lovely final checkmate.
Feb-17-06
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  ray keene: follow up from my previous post: THE GRUNFELD DEFENCE IS ONE OF THE HARDEST TO CRACK FROM WHITES POINT OF VIEW.A LINE WHICH APPEALS TO ME IS THE ONE BASED ON 5BG5. IT MAY NOT PROMISE AN OBJECTIVE ADVANTAGE BUT BLACKS KING WANDERS AROUND IN THE MAIN LINE, AND THIS ALWAYS ACTS AS A SOURCE OF COMFORT TO ME. IN FACT IN BOTH GAMES THIS WEEK( it will be the week of march 18-the second game of course being wheeler v goldsby) -WHICH ILLUSTRATE THE VARIATION IN QUESTION- BLACKS KING COMES UNDER HEAVY ATTACK-IN ONE GAME BLACK SURVIVES BUT IN THE OTHER HE FALS VICTIM TO AN ELEGANT CHECKMATE.

White: Matthew Turner

Black: David Howell

Four Nations

Chess League 2004

Grunfeld Defence

1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 g6 3 Nc3 d5 4 Nf3 Bg7 5 Bg5 Ne4 6 cxd5 Nxg5 7 Nxg5 e6 8 Qd2 exd5 9 Qe3+ Kf8 10 Qf4 Bf6 11 h4 Kg7 12 e4 dxe4 HERE WHITE NORMALLY CASTLES Q SIDE-THE TEXT BREATHES FRESH LIFE INTO THE WHITE ATTACK 13 Bc4 Qxd4 14 h5 h6 HE MUST PREVENT H6+15 Ngxe4 Bf5 16 hxg6 fxg6 17 Qxc7+ Qd7 18 Qf4 Bxc3+ 19 Nxc3 Nc6 20 Rd1 Qe7+ NOW WHITE TOO LOSES THE RIGHT TO CASTLE BUT HIS KING ENJOYS GREATER PAWN COVER THAN ITS BLACK COUNTERPART 21 Kf1 Raf8 22 Qd2 Qc5 23 b3 Ne5 24 Nd5 Nxc4 25 bxc4 h5 THE POSITION LOOKS APPROXIMATELY LEVEL BUT WHITE NOW FINDS A STAGGERINGLY BRILLIANT WAY TO EXPLOIT THE EXPOSURE OF THE BLACK KING 26 Qc3+ Kh6 27 Ne3 Be6 28 g4 Rh7 29 Rd5 Bxd5 30 g5+ Kxg5 31 Qe5+ Rf5 32 f4+ Black resigns SINCE NG4 CHECKMATE IS COMING

Feb-19-06  LIFE Master AJ: Thanks for the note. (I looked at this game pretty carefully.)
Feb-22-06  LIFE Master AJ: I eagerly await March 18th. (he, he)
Feb-24-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  ray keene: <aj> yes some of your comments will also be quoted on march 18-probably the best place for you to see it will be on the london times website but you may be able to order the times in advance in the usa-if you do you will have to insist that they deliver the bookpages section since that is where it will appear
Mar-01-06  LIFE Master AJ: 10,000 sincere "thank-you's," I eagerly look forward to this event.
Mar-21-06  LIFE Master AJ: Ray - The game was duly posted.

Let me take this opportunity to publicly say "thank-you."

Mar-21-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  ray keene: it was an exciting game in a line becoming more fashionable-best wishes
Mar-21-06  LIFE Master AJ: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/articl...

See it there. (For as long as it is available.)

Jan-20-08  mikecy: just a classical game based on Raymond Keene tactics. Efficient and effective as usual.

After e5, plays with a frequent coherence towards pushing a queen side development with a tactical methodology, after c4 covered by knight and queen , preparing the d3 square for his rook.

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