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Raymond Keene vs Maxwell Leonard Fuller
Novag Commonwealth ch (1983), Melbourne (AUS), rd 3, Jan-??
Dutch Defense: Classical. Stonewall Variation (A95)  ·  1-0

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Nov-12-05
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  ray keene: i am sending in some new unpublished games-i will chase up the sarapu game
Nov-13-05  darook: Thank you GM Keene for all your efforts, submitting your games & annotations. You are the main 'reason' I re-visit this site these days.
Nov-13-05
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  ray keene: <darook> thanks very much-i have another 160 in the pipeline-many with notes and loads of previously unpublished games, many v ims and gms.
Nov-14-05  darook: Then I guess I ain't seen nothin yet :)
Dec-28-08  YoungEd: At first I thought final move was a typo, until I saw the point: a diversionary sac to take the Black queen from guarding g5: 27. ...Qxh3 28. Qd5+ Rf7 29. Qxg5+ and mates. Very nice!
Aug-02-09  fizixgeek: Thanks, GM Keene!
Aug-02-09
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  ray keene: glad you liked the game-i was always fortunate in my games with max fuller-i defeated him five times -usually in attractive style-tho i was certainly lucky in the 1970 game from the british championship.
Aug-02-09  KamikazeAttack: I thought GM Keene retired in the 70s.

Ray when did u retire from competitive chess?

Aug-02-09  raychandler: Excellent game, Mr. Keene. When I was first getting into competitive chess, as a high schooler in the late 1970s, your annotations to the games of the Korchnoi-Spassky candidates final played a key role in my developing an understanding of chess's finer points.

Good news that more of your own games will soon be available.

Oct-20-09
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  ray keene: delighted you liked my notes-i in fact retired in 1985
Oct-21-09  kurtrichards: Any new books, GM Keene?
Mar-11-13  Compound Error: <YoungEd> is on the correct line, but must first accomplish the winning Qxd8! before mate is achieved.
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