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Samuel Reshevsky vs Dare D Barkuloo
Simul, 13b (1921) (exhibition), Dayton's Tea Rooms, Minneapolis, MN USA, May-18
Caro-Kann Defense: Classical Variation (B18)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Apr-09-17
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  MissScarlett: The <ACB>, September-October 1921, p.168-169, dates this game, and Reshevsky's visit to Minneapolis and St. Paul's, to June 1921, apparently on the strength of communication by Dare D Barkuloo, but it actually happened in May.

This simul is reported as having 11 boards, but that's contradicted by the <Minnesota Morning Tribune> of May 19th, which, across two reports, can't decide if there were 12 or 13 opponents; the discrepancy arising from whether to count a six-year-old boy, 'Buddy' Benn, who <went down to defeat under the rules of the contest after a few moves and then was permitted by the gallantry of the champion to continue on to a decisive rout.>

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September / October,p. 169 [Game 139 / 3954]
from American Chess Bulletin 1921 by Phony Benoni

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