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Gordon W Scott vs James P Jackson
British Championship (2015), Coventry ENG, rd 8, Aug-04
Benoni Defense: Modern Variation (A60)  ·  0-1

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Aug-05-15
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  Penguincw: Several difficult endgames here, including the OCB ending, and also the RB vs. RP ending (36% win for bishop side), and of course, the RB vs R ending (42.3% win for bishop side).

White seemed to be holding until 133.Re8+, which allowed black to get to the Lolli position (or Philidor, I don't know), and win.

May-26-18
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  Richard Taylor: Yes, it seems as if White was worn down. There is a position which is won which occurred at about 133. which is won. Otherwise I think it might mostly be a draw.

It was a well fought game by both players.

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