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Daniel Fleetwood vs Frederick Rhine
USCF Absolute Championship (1997) (correspondence), correspondence
Sicilian Defense: Richter-Rauzer. Neo-Modern Variation Early deviations (B62)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jan-30-13
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  FSR: I was following Kudrin vs M Wilder, 1987. Fleetwood deviated with 19.h4, which as I recall was suggested in the notes to that game in Chess Informant. Our game was very sharp, with each of us attacking the other's king. I was surprised when he played g5, ignoring the fact that his knight was hanging, but after analysis concluded that it would be too dangerous to take it. Fortunately, the tactics still worked out OK for me, and the game finished in a draw by perpetual check. My opponent finished just a half point out of first in the tournament, and ultimately became a correspondence grandmaster.
Mar-28-15
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  FSR: The gametype should be "CORRESPONDENCE." Correction slip submitted.
Mar-28-15
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  offramp: <FSR: The gametype should be "CORRESPONDENCE." Correction slip submitted.> ...."by post".

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