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Raymond Keene vs Wolfgang Andre
Dortmund (1978), Dortmund FRG, rd 5, Apr-15
Indian Game: Saemisch-Indian (A50)  ·  1-0

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Mar-24-06
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  ray keene: inspired by petrosians games from the 1959 candidates-wins as white v gligoric and fischer
Mar-24-06  KYENNY139: <ray keene> Are you really IM Raymond Keene? I have some of your books if you are. You play like an expert!
Mar-24-06  jamesmaskell: That is THE Ray Keene. Like the way Ray broken through the a file here.
Mar-24-06  KYENNY139: <jamesmaskell> Wow! It is great to have a real genuine IM on the site. I had hoped there would be some! P.S. Can you ask IM Keene questions about his games? Will he answer them?
Mar-24-06  jamesmaskell: Go onto his page (click on his name above the chessboard) and post your questions, he may answer them. Understand though that he is a busy man and you may have to wait a while for a response here.
Mar-24-06  KYENNY139: <jamesmaskell> Thx a lot for all the help!
Mar-24-06  who: By the way Kyenny139 - Ray is a GM. Black's position is painful to watch. At move 43 white is dominating the whole board - Black has no space anywhere.
Mar-24-06  KYENNY139: <who> Thx
Jun-25-06  MindRotorVia: <KYENNY139> We have on the site also, a strong GM, Susan Polgar!!

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