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Michael Basman vs Robert S Eames
BCF-ch (1998), Torquay ENG, rd 10, Aug-06
Polish Opening: Bugayev Attack (A00)  ·  0-1

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Jun-03-11  DanielBryant: How Basman attained a rating as high as he did playing openings like this is a mystery to me.
Jun-03-11  paavoh: Perhaps he played them better than his opponents (barring this game)?
Jun-03-11  Cardinal Fang: <DanielBryant> Yes, Miles was the same. If he'd played proper chess and not wasted his time with stupid openings, he might have stood a chance against Karpov.
Jun-03-11
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  perfidious: <DanielBryant>: <ray keene> has an interesting point of view regarding Basman on the latter's page (26.3.07): Michael John Basman.
Jun-03-11  DanielBryant: <Cardinal Fang> The part of that story that is rarely repeated is that Miles never repeated 1...a6 against Karpov.
Jun-04-11  Cardinal Fang: Course he didn't. Tell us why.

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