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Donato Rivera vs Duncan Suttles
66th US Open (1965), San Juan PUR, rd 5, Jul-29
Modern Defense: Averbakh System. Kotov Variation (A42)  ·  0-1

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May-02-14  jerseybob: A nice early sample of the Suttles Method. White gets snookered into an inferior King's Indian, allowing black's f5 with no tempo loss, then with 9.Bb5+(9.Bd3!?)forces black to make a star move 9..Kf7! Finally, 10.h3?, intended to prevent a black g4, does the exact opposite.
Mar-08-15
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  Garech: Great game indeed, Suttles is a legend!!

-Garech

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