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Dwayne Riggins vs Tony Palmer
Motor City Open (1983), Detroit, MI USA, Nov-25
Italian Game: Classical Variation. Albin Gambit (C53)  ·  0-1



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  tpstar: I don't know too much (1. e4 e5)/But I know love (2. Nf3 Nc6) the way I've been touched (3. Bc4 Bc5)/It's your love (4. 0-0 Nf6) that heats me up (5. c3 d6)/And there's no such thing as too much (6. d4 Bb6)/'Cause I don't know [last book move] when it's time to stop (7. h3)/All night [7. de de 8. Qxd8+ Nxd8 ] you give me (7 ... h6) what I like [7 ... ed 8. cd Nxe4 9. Nc3 =]/ Intense (8. Re1 0-0) high explosive dynamite (9. Bf1 Re8), you're dynamite (10. d5 Ne7)/All night (11. a4 a5) you supply (12. Be3 Bxe3) the spark I like (13. Rxe3 Ng6)/Intense (14. Na3 Nf4) heavy dose of dynamite (15. Kh2 g5), pure dynamite (16. Ng1 Kh7)/Wild things can't be tamed (17. Nc4 Rg8)/Under my skin (18. g3 Ng6) it's just the same (19. Be2 Qf8)/Waiting to be ignited (20. Qc2 Qg7)/And there's no way (21. Rf1 h5) I'll ever fight it (22. Re1 Nf4)/'Cause I don't know any better (23. Bf1)/No I don't know [23. gxf4? gf 24. Bf3 fxe3 25. Nxe3 Qg5 ] when it's time to stop (23 ... h4)/All night (24. Rf3 hg+) you give me (25. fg N4h5) what I like (26. Rf2 Qh6)/Intense (27. Ne3) high explosive dynamite [27. b3 Kg7 28. Kg2 Rh8 =], you're dynamite (27 ... Rg7)/All night (28. Nf5 Bxf5) you supply (29. Rxf5 Rg6) the spark I like (30. Qd3)/Intense [30. Rf2 Rh8 31. b4 Kg8 ] heavy dose of dynamite (30 ... Rag8), pure dynamite [30 ... Ng7 31. Rf3 g4 ]/I don't want any other (31. Kg2? Nf4+!)/No I don't ever want this to stop [31. Kh1 =]/All night (32. gxf4 gf+) you give me (33. Kf2 Rxg1) what I like (34. Ke2 R8g3)/Intense (35. Qc4 Re3+) high explosive dynamite (36. Kd1 Rxe1+), you're dynamite (37. Kxe1 Qxh3)/All night (38. Qe2 Kg6) you supply [38. Rxf6 Qh4+ 39. Kd2 Qxf6 40. Kc2 ] the spark I like (39. Qf2 Qxf1+!)/Intense (40. Qxf1 Rxf1+) heavy dose of dynamite (41. Kxf1 Nxe4), pure dynamite (0-1) - Jermaine Jackson + Fritz 7, "Dynamite"

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Apr-17-06  Averageguy: Lovely game <tpstar>, great combination at the end to go up a piece. I though that you were a two knights player?
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  tpstar: <Averageguy> Thank you very much, little fella. =) As a junior I played the Main Line Giuoco Piano as Black, then switched to the Two Knights in college as being more lively. Several of my early GP games (1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Bc5 4. c3 Nf6 5. d4 ed 6. cd Bb4+ 7. Nc3 Nxe4 8. 0-0 Nxc3 9. bxc3 d5 10. cxb4 dxc4) featured clutching the extra Pc4 (often by ... Be6 or ... a6/... b5) and converting the endgame. This is one of the few times I used a Strong Point defense keeping the center closed. It's good for 2N players to have an Italian background, since many games continue 4. d3 Bc5 anyway.
Aug-31-11  Bengambit: don't know how you did it but dwayne is a very good player,slept a few moves,i'll copy this game and study for a while,i'm at the library's computer with a time limit,i'll get back with you tomorrow,we'll have a long talk...
Aug-31-11  Marmot PFL: <dwayne is a very good player>

Is? I thought he died years ago, hope I am wrong.

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  Phony Benoni: DuWayne Riggins died in the early 1990s. I remember a short obituary in <Michigan Chess>, but can't find it offhand.
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  perfidious: This game provides a curious echo of an idea normally used by White in the Closed Spanish Chigorin line with Nf5.
Sep-01-11  Bengambit: Hey,i played Dwayne around 1975 or 1976 at a friends house while i was still learning to play,he and John Brooks would go at it all the time,i heard Dwayne had passed away,John told me this last month,that's what i mean by a good player cause i played him some years back,sorry to hear that..............
Sep-06-11  Bengambit: I replayed your game over and over and Dwayne (at that time),had a queen's knight that never left the fire-house,and like i said,(back then) Dwayne slept at least three moves,his queen's and king's knight would have made a big difference on his king side are real slick with your knight moves i see......

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