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Phony Benoni
Member since Feb-10-06 · Last seen May-17-21
Greetings, O Seeker After Knowledge! You have arrived in Dearborn, Michigan (whether you like it or not), and are reading words of wisdom from a player rated 2938--plus or minus 1000 points.

However, I've retired from serious play--not that I ever took playing chess all that seriously. You only have to look at my games to see that. These days I pursue the simple pleasures of finding games that are bizarre or just plain funny. I'd rather enjoy a game than analyze it.

For the record, my name is David Moody. This probably means nothing to you unless you're a longtime player from Michigan, though it's possible that if you attended any US Opens from 1975-1999 we might have crossed paths. Lucky you.

If you know me at all, you'll realize that most of my remarks are meant to be humorous. I do this deliberately, so that if my analysis stinks to High Heaven I can always say that I was just joking.

As you can undoubtedly tell from my sparkling wit, I'm a librarian in my spare time. Even worse, I'm a cataloger, which means I keep log books for cattle. Also, I'm not one of those extroverts who sit at the Reference Desk and help you with research. Instead, I spend all day staring at a computer screen updating and maintaining information in the library's catalog. The general public thinks Reference Librarians are dull. Reference Librarians think Catalogers are dull.

My greatest achievement in chess, other than tricking you into reading this, was probably mating with king, bishop and knight against king in a tournament game. I have to admit that this happened after an adjournment, and that I booked up like crazy before resuming. By the way, the fact I have had adjourned games shows you I've been around too long.

My funniest moment occurred when I finally got a chance to pull off a smothered mate in actual play. You know, 1.Nf7+ Kg8 2.Nh6+ Kh8 3.Qg8+ Rxg8 4.Nf7#. When I played the climactic queen check my opponent looked at the board in shocked disbelief and said, "But that's not mate! I can take the queen!"

Finally, I must confess that I once played a positional move, back around 1982. I'll try not to let that happen again.

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   Phony Benoni has kibitzed 18278 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-17-21 D J Ledger vs P K Wells, 2001 (replies)
 
Phony Benoni: The queen sac not working practically makes it a Tuesday puzzle.
 
   May-16-21 Alekhine vs Keres, 1942
 
Phony Benoni: <after 51...Kg7> [DIAGRAM] Both ACB (January / February 1943, p. 2) and Chess Review (November 1942, p. 220) add the moves <52.Kg2 Ra2.> The only results of this that I can see are that the game lasts as extra move and the White ing ends up on g2.
 
   May-14-21 Phony Benoni chessforum
 
Phony Benoni: Thanks. I was able to add Round 8, August 20.
 
   May-14-21 S Golikov vs R Pasiev, 2008 (replies)
 
Phony Benoni: Anything but.
 
   May-11-21 Kasparov vs F Sideif-Sade, 1978 (replies)
 
Phony Benoni: For my fellow members of the Old Fogey Brigade,"Smooth Operator" is a song by the artist Sade. To tell you the truth, the winner's style reminds me more of the old Marquis. But I guess he's not a Marquis name these days.
 
   May-09-21 T Oyunbaatar vs I Chahrani, 2008 (replies)
 
Phony Benoni: Today's puzzle was used previously on Monday, April 5, 2021. It may be changed as the day goes on.
 
   May-08-21 Frederick Steele Blackall
 
Phony Benoni: <login> Thanks for all your work. I believe I'll request a change to "F Steele Blackall", that being the form he used himself in the letter to "Chess Review" and which also appears in his obituary.
 
   May-08-21 Koltanowski vs W C Doby, 1966 (replies)
 
Phony Benoni: Noble words, but he wound up surrendering.
 
   May-07-21 L Van Vliet vs Znosko-Borovsky, 1907
 
Phony Benoni: I have a note, quoting the Tournament Book, that gives the finish as <36.g4 Kd3 37.g5 Kxe3>, but that is neither instructive nor systematic.
 
   May-06-21 E Alekseev vs I Krush, 2013 (replies)
 
Phony Benoni: Third time's a charm.
 
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Feb-26-21
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  Phony Benoni: <FSR>: Joel Benjamin vs Gufeld, 1998, (which Gufeld won) is not from the US Open, but from the US Masters Tournament played in Hawaii just before the Open. Their US Open game, which Benjamin won, is Joel Benjamin vs Gufeld, 1998. These results can be confirmed at the MSA site:

US Open http://www.uschess.org/msa/XtblMain... (#8 vs. #9, round 8)

US Masters:
http://www.uschess.org/msa/XtblMain... (#3 vx. #14, round 2)

The game Gregg Fritchle - Julian Hodgson is from the US Open (Round 2, player #97 vs. player #12), and must have pleased Fritchle no end!

Feb-26-21
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  FSR: <Phony Benoni> Sorry, I had been looking at both of the Benjamin-Gufeld 1998 ones and linked to the wrong one.
Mar-01-21
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  TRoosevelt1858: Caroline will be coming up in the next talk. It will be on the Marshall Club in the 1950s. There will probably be alot more phone numbers as I am not sure how many of the speakers are comfortable on camera.
Mar-01-21
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  TRoosevelt1858: Phony Benoni, I am glad you liked the video. As I mentioned we are doing one on 1950s Marshall and we do take requests of subjects though I don't guarantee we can fill. You also mentioned that you were doing some game collections. I have been working on some of my own. We might be able to help each other out. Two of the groups I am particularly interested in are the Spence books and then also Chess Life pre-1960. Which ones are you doing? What are you looking to do in the future? I also might have a young person who needs to fill his hours shall we say and putting together some groups of games might be a good thing for him to work on.
Mar-14-21
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  MissScarlett: Reshevsky vs F A Hollway, 1921

Can you remember how you were able to date this simul to March 18th? It's from your 1921 <ACB> collection.

Mar-14-21
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  Phony Benoni: <MissScarlett> I'm sure there must have been some source, but I am unable to find it now. In fact, I now see that Reshevsky had at least two appearances in Grand Rapids in 1921 (ACB, 1921, p. 117, mentioned in an article on his appearances in Milwaukee). .

The March 18 date makes some sense, since Reshevsky was heading back East after a week in Milwaukke and Chicago, and Grand Rapids would have been on the way. But until we run into the actual soure again, the date should probably come off.

Mar-25-21  bruceleverett: In the crosstable for the 1970 U.S. Open, "Dinah M. Norman" should be "Dinah M. Dobson". She married D. Wright in 1971 and K. Norman in 1983. More about her here: http://britishchessnews.com/2020/08...
Mar-25-21
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  Phony Benoni: <bruceleverett> The crosstables I compile generally follow the form of name given in <Chessgames>, simply for the sake of consistency. I don't want to refer users to a form of name they would not be able to find in the database.

<CG>'s usual policy is to list all games for a player under one form of name. For married women, this is generally the latest name, such as Dinah M Norman or Jana Bellin. (Of course, there is also Vera Menchik instead of her married name, <Vera Stevenson>. Sometimes common sense wins out over logical consistency.

Different databases will make different decisions about thesequestions. This is just how <CG> does it.

Apr-13-21
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  floryncd1970: Thanks, Phony Benoni!

I think this is your forum!?
Gheorghiu's missing games from my collection are those with Small, Sokolowsky (or Sokolowski!?), and Fedorowicz. Round 7 is quite an issue. Gheorghiu quoted his own game with Bouzoukis in Atlanta in Chess Life, December 1980! But I discovered a game Gheorghiu-Renard Anderson, USA 1980. R. Anderson also took part in Atlanta. Maybe Gheorghiu wrongly quoted!? On the other hand Gheorghiu played another 5 tournaments in USA in 1980!

Apr-13-21
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  Phony Benoni: <floryncd1970> Welcome! Here are the three games from Atlanta:

[Event "US Open (81st)"]
[Site "Atlanta, GA"]
[Date "1980.08.07"]
[EventDate "1980.08.03"]
[Round "5"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[White "Small, Gregg H"]
[Black "Gheorghiu, Florin"]
[ECO ""]
[WhiteElo "2162"]
[BlackElo "2605"]
[Source "Tournament bulletin"]

1.Nf3 c5 2.g3 g6 3.c4 Bg7 4.Nc3 Nc6 5.d3 e6 6.Bg5 Nge7 7.Qc1 h6 8.Bd2 d5 9.Bg2 b6 10.Rb1 Bb7 11.cxd5 exd5 12.0-0 d4 13.Nb5 a6 14.Na3 Nd5 15.Re1 Kf8 16.Nc2 Rc8 17.Qd1 Kg8 18.b4 cxb4 19.Nxb4 Ncxb4 20.Bxb4 Nc3 21.Bxc3 dxc3 22.Qc2 b5 23.a4 Bc6 24.axb5 axb5 25.d4 Be8 26.Rec1 Bf8 27.Qb3 b4 28.Ne5 Kg7 29.Bd5 Rc7 30.e3 Bd6 31.Nd3 Bb5 32.Nxb4 Bxb4 33.Be4 Rc4 34.Bd3 c2 35.Rxc2 Rxc2 36.Bxc2 Bc6 37.Qxb4 Qf6 38.e4 Qf3 39.Re1 Ra8 40.d5 Bd7 41.Qd4+ Kh7 42.Qe3 Qh5 43.Bd1 Qe5 44.Bf3 g5 45.Rc1 g4 46.Be2 Ra4 47.Bd3 Ra3 48.Qe2 h5 49.Re1 Qc3 50.Rd1 Ba4 51.e5+ Kg7 1/2-1/2

[Event "US Open (81st)"]
[Site "Atlanta, GA"]
[Date "1980.08.08"]
[EventDate "1980.08.03"]
[Round "6"]
[Result "0-1"]
[White "Sokolowski, Mark"]
[Black "Gheorghiu, Florin"]
[ECO ""]
[WhiteElo "2121"]
[BlackElo "?2605"]
[Source "Tournament bulletin"]

1.e4 c5 2.c3 d5 3.exd5 Qxd5 4.d4 Nf6 5.Nf3 e6 6.Bd3 cxd4 7.cxd4 Nc6 8.Nc3 Qd8 9.0-0 Be7 10.a3 0-0 11.Re1 b6 12.Ne5 Bb7 13.Ba6 Qc8 14.Bxb7 Qxb7 15.Qf3 Rac8 16.Bg5 Nd5 17.Nxd5 Bxg5 18.Nb4 Na5 19.Qxb7 Nxb7 20.d5 a5 21.Nbc6 exd5 22.f4 Bf6 23.Rac1 Nc5 24.b4 axb4 25.axb4 Rxc6 26.Nxc6 Nd3 27.Red1 Nxc1 28.Rxc1 Ra8 29.Kf2 Ra2+ 30.Kf3 h5 31.b5 Ra4 32.Rd1 d4 33.Rd2 Ra3+ 34.Ke4 Rb3 35.Nxd4 Bxd4 36.Rxd4 Rxb5 37.Rd5 Rxd5 38.Kxd5 Kh7 0-1

[Event "US Open (81st)"]
[Site "Atlanta, GA"]
[Date "1980.08.15"]
[EventDate "1980.08..03"]
[Round "12"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[White "Gheorghiu, Florin"]
[Black "Fedorowicz, JOhn"]
[ECO ""]
[WhiteElo "2605"]
[BlackElo "2479"]
[Source "Tournament bulletin"]

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.Bb5+ Bd7 4.Bxd7+ Nxd7 5.0-0 Ngf6 6.Re1 e6 7.d4 cxd4 8.Qxd4 Be7 9.c4 0-0 10.Nc3 a6 11.b3 Re8 12.Bb2 Bf8 13.Qd2 Rc8 14.h3 Qc7 15.Rad1 Qb8 16.Nd4 Rcd8 17.g4 Nc5 18.g5 Nfd7 19.f4 Ne5 20.Qe3 Nc6 21.Qg3 Qa7 1/2-1/2

In y opion, the game with Bouzoukis is the game from round 7. FIrst the colors are definitely right: Gheorghiu had Black in rounds 56, so he would absolutely had White in round 7..

Secondly, the game is described as being from the "U. S. Open". This normally specifies the United States Open Chess Championship. "USA" or "USA op" are generally more generic terms, and could be any open tournament played n the USA. So I would guess that the Anderson game is from another of the tournaments Gheorghius played in the US during 1980.

You have done a lot of work on this question! Would you happen to have Gheorghiu's game from the 1979 US Open in Chicago, Illinois? I only have eight of the twelve games played.

Apr-13-21
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  floryncd1970: Thanks and thanks!
It is 4:30 a.m. in Bucharest, and as I cannot sleep, I have opened the computer and found these 3 games! From my view point these are gems! Specifically, I also have a photo of the Fedorowicz game, If you want it, let me know. On the other hand, I have 9 games from Chicago, so in this regard more than you! They are from rounds 1-8 & 10. I think we should compare our games and complete each other's collection. Generally, I have many games directly from Gheorghiu's handwritten scores, which are not included in public databases. If you are interested, I could give them to you.

Apart from this, I culled an incomplete score of a game Kevitz - Gheorghiu, Philadelphia, 1979 - from British Chess Magazine:
Kevitz,Alexander - Gheorghiu,Florin [A40]
Philadelphia I 1979
1.Nf3 c5 2.c4 g6 3.d4 Bg7 4.e4 Qa5+ 5.Nc3 Nc6 6.d5 Nd4 7.Bd2 Cxf3+ 8.Qxf3 d6 9.Be2 Nf6 10.Qg3 Qb6 11.Rb1 0-0 12.h4 h5 13.0-0 e6 14.Bg5 Kh7 15.dxe6 fxe6 16.e5 dxe5 17.Bd3 Bd7 18.Bxf6 Rxf6 19.Ne4 Rf5 20.Ng5+ Kg8 21.Bxf5 exf5 [...] 0-1 May you browse your archive for the remaining moves!?

Florin

Apr-13-21
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  Phony Benoni: <floryncd1970>

The U. S. Open is a specialty of mine, and I would not be able to help with games from other tournaments such as Kevitz - Gheorghiu (which I assue is from the World Open).

As for Gheorghiu's games from Chicago 1979, I am missing round 2 (White vs unknown opponent) and round 8 (win vs. Alburt?).

I can supply you with round 12:

[Event "US Open (80th)"]
[Site "Chicago, IL USA"]
[Date "1979.08.10"]
[EventDate "1979.07.31"]
[Round "12"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[White "Gheorghiu, Florin"]
[Black "Soltis, Andrew"]
[ECO ""]
[WhiteElo "2570"]
[BlackElo "2445"]
[Source ""Tournaent bulletin]

1.d4 g6 2.c4 Bg7 3.Nc3 d6 4.e4 Nd7 5.Nf3 e5 6.Be2 Ngf6 7.Be3 0-0 8.d5 a5 9.Nd2 Ne8 10.g4 1/2-1/2

In case you did not know, "tournament bulletins" were based on the handwritten scores of the players. These were not always submitted, which explains the unfortunate gaps.

Apr-14-21
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  floryncd1970: Soltis game is also a valuable addition to my collection! In return, the two games from Chicago!
Gheorghiu,Florin (2540) - Williamson [A21]
US open Chicago (2), 30.07.1979
1.c4 e5 2.Nc3 f5 3.d4 exd4 4.Qxd4 Nc6 5.Qe3+ Be7 6.Nd5 Nh6 7.Qc3 Ng4 8.Qxg7 Bf6 9.Nxf6+ Qxf6 10.Qxf6 Nxf6 11.Nf3 b6 12.b3 Bb7 13.Bb2 0-0 14.Nd4 Nxd4 15.Bxd4 c5 16.Bxf6 Rxf6 17.0-0-0 Rd8 18.e3 Kf8 19.f3 Re6 20.Bd3 Rxe3 21.Bxf5 Re2 22.Rd2 Rxd2 23.Kxd2 d5 24.Bxh7 dxc4+ 25.Kc3 cxb3 26.axb3 Re8 27.Bd3 Re5 28.Ra1 a5 29.Ra4 Re1 30.Rh4 Bc6 31.Rh6 Bd7 32.Rxb6 Rg1 33.Rg6 a4 34.bxa4 Bxa4 35.h4 Rc1+ 36.Kd2 Rd1+ 37.Ke2 Rc1 38.Rg4 Bb3 39.Kd2 Rd1+ 40.Kc3 Be6 41.Rg5 c4 42.Bc2 Rh1 43.h5 1-0

Gheorghiu,Florin (2540) - Alburt,Lev (2515) [D32] US open Chicago (8), 06.08.1979
1.c4 c5 2.Nf3 Nf6 3.Nc3 e6 4.e3 d5 5.d4 a6 6.cxd5 exd5 7.dxc5 Bxc5 8.Be2 0-0 9.0-0 Nc6 10.b3 Qd6 11.Bb2 Bg4 12.h3 Bxf3 13.Bxf3 Rad8 14.Ne2 Ne5 15.Nd4 Rfe8 16.g3 Ne4 17.Bg2 Qg6 18.Rc1 Bb6 19.Qe2 Nxf2 20.Rxf2 Nd3 21.Nf5 d4 22.Rf3 dxe3 23.Kh2 Nxc1 24.Bxc1 Re5 25.Bxe3 Rxf5 26.Rxf5 Bxe3 27.Re5 Bg1+ 28.Kxg1 f6 29.Rd5 Re8 30.Qg4 Re1+ 31.Kh2 Qxg4 32.hxg4 Re2 33.a4 b5 34.axb5 axb5 35.Rxb5 Kf7 36.Rb7+ Kg6 37.b4 Rb2 38.b5 h5 39.gxh5+ Kxh5 40.b6 Rb5 41.Rb8 Kg4 42.b7 1-0

Alburt game was essential on the road to winning the tournament. Curiously you did not have it! In rounds 9 and 11 Gheorghiu drew with Bisguier and Bass! This piece of information is culled from a magazine of the Romanian Chess Federation. Maybe you will find them someday!

On the other hand, from Ventura US ooen 1971, a bonus for you:

Gheorghiu,Florin - Browne,Walter [E92]
USA-72ch Ventura (9), 17.08.1971
1.c4 g6 2.e4 Bg7 3.d4 d6 4.Nc3 Nf6 5.Be2 0-0 6.Nf3 e5 7.Be3 exd4 8.Nxd4 Re8 9.f3 c6 10.Qd2 d5 11.exd5 cxd5 12.0-0 dxc4 13.Rad1 a6 14.Bxc4 b5 15.Bb3 Bb7 16.a4 b4 17.Na2 a5 18.Qf2 Nbd7 19.Nb5 Bf8 20.Bd4 Bc6 21.Bc4 Qb8 22.Nc1 Qb7 23.Nb3 Nd5 24.Na7 N5b6 25.Bxb6 Nxb6 26.Nxa5 Qxa7 27.Nxc6 Qb7 28.Bb5 Nxa4 29.Nd4 Rec8 30.Kh1 Bc5 31.Bxa4 Rxa4 32.Qc2 Raa8 33.Qb3 Bf8 34.Nc2 Qc6 35.Ne3 Qa4 36.Qd3 Qa6 37.Qe4 Re8 38.Qf4 Rad8 39.Nc4 Rxd1 40.Rxd1 Qe6 41.h3 Bc5 42.Qg4 Qe2 43.Qd7 Re7 44.Qd3 Qf2 45.Qf1 Qg3 46.Nd2 Bd6 47.Qg1 f5 48.Nf1 Qe5 49.Qb6 Re6 50.Qb7 Bf8 51.Qc8 Qe2 52.Kh2 Re8 53.Qd7 Qe5+ 54.Kh1 Re7 55.Qd2 Re6 56.Rc1 Qd6 57.Qc2 Qd5 58.Rd1 b3 59.Qc8 Qxd1 60.Qxe6+ Kg7 61.Qe5+ Kf7 62.Qc7+ Be7 63.Qc4+ Kg7 64.Kh2 Bd6+ 65.f4 Kh6 66.Ng3 Qd2 67.Qxb3 Qxf4 68.Qf3 Kg5 69.Qc3 Be5 70.Qa3 Bd6 71.Qc3 h5 0-1

Apr-14-21
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  Phony Benoni: <floryncd1970> Thank you for the games and information from Chicago 1979. Based on other information I had deduced that Gheorghiu drew Bisguier in Round 9 and Bass in Round 11, but I was not sure.

As to why the Gheorghiu - Alburt game did not appear in the tournament bulletins, I can only guess. Possibly they simply could not decipher the players' handwritten scoresheets. I don't believe I've ever seen a Gheorghiu score, but I do know that Alburt's were almost unreadable and written in Russian.

As for the game with Bisguier and Bass, they were probably omitted from the bulletin because they were uninteresting draws. The staff that worked on these bulletins had limited space available, but still (in my opinion) often exercise poor justment in game selection.

As for Ventura 1971, I should have checked nore carefully yesterday. I actually have all twelve of Gheorghius's games, so if you are missing any I can supply them.

Apr-15-21  LivBlockade: Hi Phony. Just FYI, it looks like you put today's GOTD (April 15th e-file) into your 2020 list rather than the 2021 list. BTW, thanks for making those lists. Does any such thing exist for the daily puzzles? Thanks!
Apr-15-21
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  Phony Benoni: <LivBlockade> Thank you for catching that. It's fixed. Game Collection: Game of the Day 2021

I have also compiled similar lists for the daily puzzles: a chronological list similar to the GOTD list, and separate collections for each day of the wee. If you go to:

Game Collection: Game of the Day & Puzzle of the Day Collections

You will find links to all these and other collections.

Apr-15-21  LivBlockade: Wow! Quite an impressive collection! Thanks again.
Apr-19-21
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  Jean Defuse: ...

Game Collection: 1940 US Championship

Maybe you don't have the book yet ...

https://www.mediafire.com/file/2qmb...

...

Apr-25-21
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  floryncd1970: Dear Phony Benoni,

I immensely appreciate you gave me some games from Atlanta. Anyway, there is one more issue.

The scoresheet of Gheorghiu-Sadowski game (round 2) is quite unclear (especially between moves 25 and 40). So, I cannot duly reconstruct the whole game in its entirety. Could you, please, help me in this respect??

Regards,
Florin

Apr-25-21
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  Phony Benoni: <Jean Defuse> Than you for the link, but I have not been able to figure out how to download the document. The site keeps trying to force me to download extra software, something which I cannot do. (It's a long story, but basically I am not -- as we say in the U.S. -- "tech-savvy.")
Apr-25-21
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  Phony Benoni: <floryncd1970> Gheoghiu - Sadowski score in on you forum page.
May-11-21
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  MissScarlett: Regarding Game Collection: US Open 1973, Chicago, it seems clear that Walter Brown is separate from <Walter Browne>, but is anything more known about him? Is his name definitely <Walter>? There are a couple of other <W Brown>s floating in the aether.

G C DeFotis vs W Brown, 1973

Which brings me to the DeFotis brothers. Greg was certainly there, but what about Gary?

May-13-21
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  Phony Benoni: I can assure you that Walter Brown is a different person from the GM. He is an Expert/Master from Chicago, sometimes referred to as "Chicago Walter Brown". He is best known as a tournament director. In fact, I have played in tournaments he directed.

Apparently, both DeFotis brothers played at Chicago 1973 because each had a game in the bulletin for round 5. Generally these bulletins use just first initials ("G DeFotis"), but for this one game Gary's name is spelled.

For now, I'm assuming the rest of the "G DeFotis" games from Chicago 1973 are Gregory's, but without a crosstable it's impossible to be sure. Such uncertainty is one reason I haven't been submitting games from the US Opens in the 1970s.

May-14-21
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  MissScarlett: I uploaded G S DeFotis vs N Weinstein, 1973 from <CL&R>.
May-14-21
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  Phony Benoni: Thanks. I was able to add Round 8, August 20.
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