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1979

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by checking and Cincinnati some

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5

ANDERSON
Larry sweeping This
the

CC

CHAMPIONSHIP
as Anderson's the the 1978-79 leading Anderson matches. and most player matches The only I)y as entire once did CC Champ.

Jeff

Flowers

and :·larkColvin. in tllis issue. UNIVERSITY at the to win was the IS

Pull

resul ts may be found

in the

Swindell was true have found run

uptleld his role aloug the lines

cross table

throu~h

his matches

to become

event ran

ot

1974 Candidates

INTIUNA

YlllBER

top eight

Anderson to come

players from

.engaged as there

in knockout were

event win

to the ratings in "INDIANA first

no upsets
Swindell's

A quick
issue city. giving the highest t.ne se Purdue higher Charles
sh ov..s

glance that

Indiana the 1978

'2000 CLUB'
players title that team team

elsewhere listed with than only

in this any other for Indianapolis the two

a favorite May be

behind to win 1831 1582

to win.

sparkling issue.

Bloomington trouble.

has more

PLAYS CHESS" 3.
1

elsewhere

in this

They them

managed any

QL'A.RTERFI~ALS-Eric

One strong Purdue

did not appear boasts

team

championship rated players betore

Dniversi ty ..... hich

FischvolSt Gaede

1

1

in the state.

Stuart Carl Larry Tab

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:finals it was over rating

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si:x: oaz-ds, StU:'prisingly b and both fine teams game

SWiude 11 1952

0
0 0 1 0 0

managed rated Haddigan

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in average

boards.

Postlethwait

1111 0
1614 lLl62 1600

I.TI. thanks to a very to score a 4-2 victory.
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by

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to win

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1957
Earlier NCL trom Indiana Charles 0 Mike Van this 0 in a telephone in the match. Once

4-2
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1960
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Tim Hernly

1965
1914 1818

Kelly :1orris 1l.adin

DOUG A total
Fox, of 26 he

FOX took

QUADS-part in the
and under

m.oom
an

NGTON search
he

1955
1888

players came

two day

for Doug is still

Dan Ostas Bob Blaser

Jared

and

unless Charles
quad with

in disguise continued

alias;

l1J.2 1953
Team Ohio. fro~

1-0 q-2

~Iark Coles

IS.?]

1963
(NOcrCF) is held that we could title this the each to get year

missing.
the tap

Haddigan
wi n s aver were

to play

powerfully
cki, and

as he swep~ Hazlewood. Griffin,
Other

'J:be ~1id1,est Open February the four in Columbus, best players

Chess

Festival to win

rlaXl'/(~ll, .Ii erzbi
S Addison

He did the best Indiana

section

winners

Kit

Record

Howe,

F. John

6

7

atter

a second team:
1 Leonid

place

finish

in 1978.

~ie were

able

to produce

the

tolloving

be awarded 2335 2297
2168 21)0

at the end of your

of the score you

series. and e ach not tourney is rated are than the fieldby individual it, you chips

3309:9

i:':ach player on the oasis enCOtUlter. bankrupt your out the next Sl~edo, and up with desk two two ended up
',;i

starts

l~ith 1000 chips against pl~y! four five ~et down

2 Loren

Schmidt'

3 Lester Va~~eter 4 ~1ike l'fis eraan
};ot bad! consisting Gary local ~otel ,Fe had

I~ perc~ance then time

to zero, and than

forget 100 more

and

can no longer YOll get odds

If you have einutes Less minute

2232
great ditficul ty in filling Eric Fischvogt,

opponent yields results and

he gets

si:x. A difference or a nov by the

of 200+ player Casino

of 7-3.

100 pOints
'bounced' events:

t.e aras we wts lJed to send and finally
of Larry Harold S~iDdell, Wagner Deuser. players Friday Our top expected, out but

th a second

team

in the usual is a summary

game, six

Keith hooked

So far nobody here

is getting

close

to being

and :!artin Hiegel He tound Qur play

of the first

(one ot which at 2am!)

at the checkin contingent. wi th the skill

ot our

to complete to score all

#1 Larry

Quigley·

13-1
12-2 12-2

#6

Ed Thomas

t e am did not a Lways
we ~anaged

one !';lightave h

Darry

Becht Pojman Derda

(with points

a little

luck)

17! points
'(as done by (and c.re1~ from Larry

#2 Ken VanCleve
Dave Paul Derda Pojrnan VanCleve'

Paul Dave POINT Dave
2 SMI

ot the

20 p o ss t b re ! ! It is too bad as ',ie dropped

th<lt the scoring to second lost and round pOints

17-5 17-5 17-5 17-5

cat·eh paints in round C;lU=bUS, title, Swindell second scored next

21'

ranked

12-2

LEADS ItS Derda Shapiro VanCleve Pojman

p<orennial cb aup i cus ) Cleveland tour. in turn was with tour his Cleveland Le6 Bass turned team with

when

Schmidt

the rest by n team to take one tbat

ff'J #4 #5

Ken

15!-:H·
16~-lt 15-3
sp,n~G

upset

in the

Ohio~ which

sneaked

in at

4t

tinal catch

1361 1291 1253 1~37 1211

the

Ed Thomas Paul Pojman :CWY

:>

Ken

4t points Doth

took

the board lower

one prize.

4 Paul

in an undefeated points. Just points.

perfo~anca of the year

on board teams

for the we fielded till

5 Ed Thomas
TOJ(XADO tornado event Bo u sum series

2l

~atch

as Inst

we left with-

"Wait

The as well siders that ~

spring

version

o~ Indianapolis' b r'e Lng winter ak that each

did not draw out all and B

year." CASDIO The In tbe SPEED Bend CHESS 'Gran Prix The SERIES Prix' the best Dend them cars Gran get an advantage Prix handicaps to the odds
by

as the record the amount tourneys games drew

one. However,

l,'l!O!l one conswept Cass

of publicity did very their last Daryl

r-e ave c , it turns ce from Kokomo second each and :·[arkBlackstad scored

South

I(ell. Joshua round Lakes

tour
Steve the 'slower'

of his Bender

and becaJtle the sole

wi=er

when

Formula players

I Grnnd etc,

garJe to split and ~!ark Frank prize Johnson

startin~ better players. tourneys They every miles trying

on the pole, speed This into handicap a very

South bas

one-half
w i.n to s

point split

behind. the Class

three

by forcing system popular had

to give

time

C prize. (D), Ralph

Other

winners

l-1ere~!ark Lee '.fente (E) ,.

turned

the once-a-month last

speed of or are

(unr ) , James The full

Honeycutt

(D), and Steve

event. Bend CC on the drive Wednesday and players drive

results

m<ly be found

by consulting TORNADO

the crosstable.

are held and

at the South

month away

they have tap several more

trom hundreds
prizes to and the they are prizes

to participate.

It on.ly costs finishers points each in order

:H

EVANSVILLE A tornado with a pertect Tied state. held score in E:vansville was TD,

to enter

awarded

to the

tourney, to take

on lIarch 211, Hines

was won moved

by Hike

Cavallo 3-1.

to accu~alate

at 4-0. ~!ike has recently
Craig

to the Hoosier with

for second

and Tim Harrison

8

9

INDY BOTE

VERSUS SIDES

SOUTH

BEND HJ-FfCH

CLAHI VIC'I'OnY

Twenty Indy players were scheduled to meet twenty South Bend players for their second annual match in Peru, Indiana on Hay 6. Due to s orne prob lems at h ome ~ the South Bend team could round up only ten players and it Loo ke d like they would have to forfeit on ten boards and ten of the Indy players had wa.st cd a Sunday morning" The team captains, Gary Deuser and Sam Shapiro, were able to work out a solution. Indy gave South Bend five of its players for a fifteen-man match. With these teams South Bend won by a se score of 9i-5t in the first round, giving away only one draw on the top five boards. In round two South Bend was able to retain its plus score by holding aff the stronger Indy team 7i-7io In a formal match, South Bend would automatically be forced to concede 20 of the 40 total points and, of course, the match itself$ However, because this match was not held under the auspices of USCF or any other officiating organi~ation, and therefore not subject to their regulations, the captains were free to modify conditions under mutual consent~ The main point is that it was not clear, even as the match was under way, whether South Bend's mutated team would be allowed to compete as though composed of its OWDo One thing that was clear was the interesting, fighting chess produced by' this largely non-USeF rated matchG This was especially attested to on the top six boards as double wins were scored by Semerciyan, McLamarrah, and Shapiro versus VapJ.leter, Tobin, and Fischvogt respectively. Other perfect scores were turned in by Roush, Kelso, Abraham, and Jim Carro

INDL\l'lA Loren 2 3 4 Leonid Charles Dennis Lester Schmidt Bas s Maddigan Gogel Van}!eter

2000

CLUB
2324 2321 2230 2227 2187 2130 2109 2084 2077 2070 2067 2052 2047 2037 2037 2017 2005

W.Lafayette
:{ • La f ay e t to

Bloomington

5
6

New Albany
Indianapolis Shelbyville
Fo

~Ii),e Wiseman

7
8 10 11
12 1)

~ike
~ike

Fletcher
Wierzbicki

rt

Wa:"11e

Bloomington Illoomington Hi~hlaDd

9 Karel Cringa
Ed Vano
Scott Spiro John Licldel Bereveskos Petrlson

Bloomington
Indianapolis Greenfield Bloomin~ton

14
14

Dan ~!axwe11 Jim Hills Hitchell

16 17

~uncle Tobin
Indianapolis Bloomington

Tim Ilernly CANDIDATES

18 -19

Wm. (Ted) Larry Bernie

Sliter

Indianapolis Anderson \;. Lafaye tte

SI1indell Parham

1996
1952 191~2

20 21
22

Van VandiVier Vince :'.foga
Ian Jardine

Dloomlngton
Indianapolis

191~
1903 1901

23

VI. Lafayette

This list includes active Indi~na players
in the 1978 Annual ratlng list or subsequent omitted there are any errors notify the editor. above, or ve have

who were
someone,

listed It
please

supplements.

10

11

ITS

YOUR

MOVE

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for
king?

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Does

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any

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white

puts

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by

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threaten and the

section

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endings. solved his ran

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between solution long

pawn

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go back

if he can easy

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that

when mine
that

had

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black win Bb6? loss

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task. into the

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first

thing

to do in any if you bishop will mate,

position then

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do

to b6 he will him to play the

by transposing It is very of his pawn line.

Tine.

to win.

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w in
since with

do you

simple, he goes

we play 4 Bb6 zugzwang

3 .. Ra2 and and now 4 .. ~ a long on the Qay. ending.

if you

can win
this easy.

for nothing,
be able

or if you the

the

pawn,

for white transposes Our

to avoid into second to win the

doing K+R
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an ending

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bishop.

pawn his rook

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bishop get

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being

a rook

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on winning of losing his

pawn.

we going

to do this?

could

to h2 we

is because

white
give

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king

(mate),

problems.
d2.

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2 •• k n ow
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by

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bishop

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as

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threats

to prevent

progress now

have forced

to h2, we much

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we have

to make this

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threaten since study squares his will

to go to h2. bishop reveal

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like

is on such that this bishop

a long 'long' to sit

I believe contains these

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diagonal What are

Naturally, is fine. Did you

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squares?

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12

13

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is in order, our bishop

and onto

maybe the In

it will key diagonal

clear

up some

mysteries. to have

we are going position leave the

'gain time' time

on the

chessboard. the white then get

this

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1 ..

we can only diagonal our a so

by attacking

bishop. onto the have played the

we can into h2-gl. (one you etc. Thus

diagonal that
if

and force there were

you

would have are

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safe

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bishop 4 ..

on f2,

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king.

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time.

that

up a bit show tell the him,

more cover

understanding of the HOOSIER

quantity JOURNAL really get It." to

In chess. a friend.

Also, maybe try

"Oh yes, I'll help

those you out

endings
if

C1?

D1?

s i np l e , You

to solve

it, and CRESS

you

can't

QUIZ
six positio~s tor you to analyse. contest,

Each

issne like

WQ

viII

present a ladder

so the solutions will be given in the next issue. Please send your solutions to the editor by the deaalioe tor the next issue. The exact rules for the contest will be in the next issue and depends upon the interest shown. The entry tee will be 25¢ witb each solution set you send in (limit o~ two per issue) Scoring will be as in dUplicate bridge contests and
to start is dependent planned upon the number o~ entries after each issue. It is

w. vD~ld

that everyone \tho enters will eventually win a prize, i~ they rise to the top o~ the heap. Even if you decide not to send solutions in, I hope that you will try to solve the positions.

DD 1 ?

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Prize fund is based upon 50 entries

Prizes fo llowed by I g' are guaranteed. LINITED S'[QKING. USCF and ISCA memberships are required. ENTER: Gary Deuser, 6010 Haverford Ava, Indianapolis, IN

46220.

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L'WLL'IA

June 16, 1979.

STATE

SPEED

CI!X!prO~SIIIP

This year the tourney will be held on tbe Campus of Butler UniversL ty in the Atherton Center C-Cl ub , ISCA He.llIbe i p is re1luired in rsh addition. to the entry tee of ,)2.50. Registration will be :from (on 6/16) 9 :30-1 0 am. 'I'he re will be round robin pre liminary se 1.1 ti ons 9 tarting at lOam. The first :few tillislle,sin each prelilllinary will advance to the fin~ls. All players not making it to the finals ~ay par<iCipate in ,he consolation :finals. P1~als will be double ~~, while the consolations will be single roun~ rObin. If more than 35 enter there "'ill be cash prizes in addition to Trophies for I, 2, 3 in the chllmpionship and first in the consolation. The defending champion in. this event is Spiro Berevcskos who won the title in South 3cnd in NOVember, 1977. Gary Deuser, 6010 lIever10rd Ave, Indianapolis, 46220, is the director 30 2nd 30 2nd 30 Sunday 9-2.
2nd. for

JUNE

2-y,

1979

~E~~:
Tlr.~ Contl'ol:

SECTION ~Hl. Ii' .."ailed by 5/28. :322 at door. ili 50 !l:()ves tl"O hours. First
Second Third g !,}250 150 g

.2E.S!

Top Expert Top Class

A-

100 60 60

s

this event.

Schedul,} :

60 Top Class 13 60 Top Below 1600/Unr 10-2 :;30-7: 30 Saturday

t
1
T~ Indianapolis Chess Club will be meeting at the Atherton Center C-Club on the Butler University carr~usuntil July. The club is open all day each Saturday. Contact Gary Deuser to find out about special activities that are coming up at the club.

TI2SETIVE SECTION (Open. to be low 1500 or unrated)

~
Time

~:.
Control.:

~;

$16, It eailcd by 5/28. ~20 at door. ;;0 moves ill ninety minlltes. First ~150+T: g Second 75 Third 50 2nd 30 ltO+T Top Class D 2nd 30 40+T Top Class g 25+T Top Belo ... 1000 40+T· 2nd 30 Top Unrated 9-1 :30. 10-2-6 ; Sunday Saturday

3rd 3rd 3rd

20
20

20

16

Schedule:

11

,!

disease.) removes that D"IlIANA
PLAYS

22 ~~ one

TIc6 23 ~ from

~~8 ~~ ID12 f3 a.nd forces of Qt1 ..
)

2=2=Q
Black

25 2d2?

•• ( This combination
(

defender

to playa

works,

due to the 27 ~

threat Bn.

25 .•. ~

26 bc~ ~+!

Not

ClIESS (+5=2-0) William notes to tie for Hartz,

26 .. Bi3, since
play 27 gf3!.)

instead

of 27 Rr3? R~2+ 28 K;2 "gS+ black 2S Kh2 i3elt! when ( A surprisinq.ly The last playing my 26th move.) flM 33 8 0-0-0

will

effective

Dan !la.,,··we 1 scored 1 North Central Friedman, event. nubia (1816)with

6-1

first

in the

1978 and from Nf6 bad

move, eas00

wh Lc h I had not find. )30 Zi=erman ~d4 Ntf) (T

forseen 31 ~

29 Rb)
are (0-1) )lc6 3

edlt

Open along
Here

with

Curt

Brasket,

30 Hb6 •• ( A desperate •• ~
d6 6 Charles cd4 Be6
I;

eountersacrifice. d3 32·~ Haxwell 7~

few ~oves d2

Jose!
that Dave good
I; ••

he provides

to Ilis best efforts

222
.Qtl

(.1962)- Dan
00

(2011 j 1 ~

e5 2 ~ 9 14

:!!:!.

Dan Haxwell it,) 4 ~

(2011) 1 ~ as 3 "

£2.

2

m Nc6

3

lli

5 ill

1!!Q !.§.

a6

!.2

10

hl

( This

is not seen as often

g6,

e6, or d6, but

I have lieS)

results

'. ( It seems

be t te r- to play

. t ore i n.g and known to be I{eal,,) 11 •• de.5 12 ~+ nus 13 &!§.+ Ii£§. 1'1 ill !:!.§. 15 !2£1. •• ( The alternatives are ""orse
since they help black develop.) the 15 •• ~d7 in 16

U _!!2? ,.,

e6 5

£2. £.2.

to play ginning 9 •• ~
10 Bc6

••• 9~

c ousI derat ion is 6 ,. Xg8 in order He7 (h6) and then to tS.) 7 .2=Q .!!tl 8 ~ •• ( crhebe_
but perhaps not bau, Knight maneuver.) ~ ( It might since No" the be better palm

6

II lli ( Worth

.Qs!1 f.§. (
white 17 •• is

This ba4

develop!;l his

the Iring b t.sb p and o own king 19 bishop.) allows 20 a pawn , but

protects

g=pavn

case

develops

of an unusual,

17 ~ E..!!. (
21

An alternative 22 ~ ...

wn Lch wins

Bb7, especially

it becomes

to play 9 •• b6 followed by necessary to play ••• b6 anyway.)
formation a French. pr-o v Ldo s some juswant

whit a to camp 1 ete his

dave lopment.)

18 :-ia2 a;

9.S.§.

11

2.i •• (
pair

tification Closed White this piece

for calling

the opening

With
11 ., become 14 ~

the center ~ (I didn't since after millor may

my bishop to establish

is not an auvantage.)
on d4 with would prObably b6 13 [lf~ white's about bishop 12

a blOCkade

his knights,

the black au

queen

the board.)

I!!1.
with

m

the worst ,. ( This

ncs ( It might be better to put pressure on the b-pawn with 23 .. HbS.) 24 Kh2 !.2. ( Not so good. Black wants to advance his ow-n passed pawns and set up an outpost on e'l, but he forgets that one at the reasons for his 16th was to protect the g-pnwn, However, white does not take advantage of this slip to get developed.) 25 a5 fl£l 26 ~ ~
27

£2 ~

£2. .2.£.l

!l£l QU

!i..tl

23 Q£l

2.i

~el.

28

~

Be!1 29 b5 He2+ his 25th move. developed,)

30 ~

Rc! must

( l)lack nus been missed this 33 hel, take (0-1») Basson Od5+

aiming or
~ 3lt

be played eral

in conjunction

a5.) 14 ., ~
controls French seemed prov» 18 18 more to have that b;

(I

have

doubts played

to put pressure on the soundness of Black's gen19th move since
lflli te

for this he would ~ took 35 ~

since have

White

bave and

i~ea, It

31 b6 Kd6 to decide

32 I':bl~ Rhl+ that 35

kings ide advance space

on move s 12-15, However, seemed 15 f6 also to play

generally Since White

.. ( Played

for slrock effect after I played

half-succeedIng.

on the klngside. control.)

tbe more h5 16

typical

me live

(!!) minutes

I should •• ~

the rook,

pIa11 of cas t.l i.ng and e5 I~ell under doae has better have Black

unconvincing,

lie did
1978

resiga,'thougb, CE~TR"\L
OPP.X

fuQ.

!Q. ••

(

TIere to A

:-lOflTR

Lester Qd8

Van:·[et;er2217)- Steve ( gl; Bg6 23 BiS -

(1628)
XC)

lo'hite might
difficult

16 b4 g4 17 ~g5. 16 •• a5 17 ~

trying

1 e4 d5 2 ed5 Qd5 8 a3 Be7

3 Nc3

4 d4 Nf6

5 ~f3 Bg4 6 Be2 e6 7 h3 Bh5 12 tie ~fbd5 13 0-0-0 5 (1-0) (21.58) 1
ell

oVllrextended which but

his kingside.)

llill (
on d~.)

9 Be3 Nbd7 21 Dc4

10 Qd2 l'<'b6 U 2~ Oe6+ d5 5 edS Qf3 KeB

as

de c t s i on that 19 dc5, after '.

t'urns out ,"ell.) looks like

( This stops to o pen the o en t er

l~ Qc3 Nd5 15 QbJ He3 16 Qe3 c6 17 Kbl Qc7 18 hI; f5 19 h5 Df7
20 Nf7 Kf7 1978
.

'.hite gets that blockade
'.fuiteneeds enahles 20 ~ •• this move

RbfS

£1 ~

19 .£i?!

( It kin~,

TENNESSEE

OPEN Qd3

S. Plet cn er (1823) 11 Qf3 12 Nt3

L. Van~!eter Og4 13 Ngl

e5 Nb3 (0-1)

to get at the Black bishop bishop with close to Ct~e

the Olack

queen The continues ( Blackls than the

to lite on the in FRONT
at:

long diagonal.) on dS, but 20

19 •• perhaps 21 ~

££1! (

.,

2 NC'3 N:r6 3 g3 c6 I; eq 9 a3 Nd3+ 10 3d}

cd5 6 cd5 Sd5

7 Og2? !'fbll Bel; Nc6 8 Nd1t 14 Ktl

belongs
the long Knight

of the queen.) was better.) but

•. ( White

the idea

put.tillg pressure
was unpleasant,

20 cd5 to ~

diagonal

li!i

advanced

the cure lIlay be worse

Rubin ~ia.."I('We11 ,26 be4

???

18

19

IS'::A TS.AH CF_,u·ITIONSHIP, 1978. Tim Re::.-nly (1965 )-JO!L"'lPetrison (2017)1 ell. e5 2 ;L;l ~ic6 3 ;jcll. ••• ( Jnhn }:nO';!8the Open Defense of the Ruy (ne2,rl:r) as '.;ell as Iorchnoi h i raeeLf , [·:ike ?letcher, ..to was playing th':'rd board on John's team, glanced over and inforned :::Ieof the d.ate, 1973, emphasizing the nineteen rather sardonically.) 3 ••. ~f6 4. 12 •.. ( Ee also ~"'lows obscure variations of the Two Knights better than myself.) 4 ••• Bc5 5 c3 d6 1 ~ Oe1?! (ECO gives 7 ••• a6=. In a current postar- game my opponent prayed 7 ••• Ee6 S '04 !3b6 9 Be6 fe 10 ];c4 Qe8?! 11 all. and I now await either 11 ••• a6 or 11 ••• a5 after which I'm going to grab his other :Bishop with a co od gaae , :ior is 11 ••• Qh5 12 a5 1ig4 13 h3 (13 ab ? Rf3 14 h3 ?h;!) 13 ... ~if2 14 Ri2 a.'lythi!19 for 'o'hite to 't/orry about. 8 b4 3'06 9 i!.." as lObe; ::d8 11 lOa;; 2c 5! ~31ack is correct to break the-~ress~e-terore Ets keystone-a~5 is destroyed. The turning point in this g aiae will oe when ',,/hite breaks with d4. Black doesn't wan t to be caught unpr ecar ed , ) 12 2.£.2. dc 13 0-0 Tn5? (This exc ur aLon CAm;C'rbe the an swer to Black's or c oLetns, T-tDIllk John was getting i~patient here. Black has a reasonably comfortable continuation in 13 ••• Bg4 14 hS BO 15 NO Nd1 and 16 •• ,:le6.) 14 d4! (Black's we akne sses (poor development, backward c-ipawn ) are not ends in themselves for White, but merely means to an end. That is, they ~ust be exploitable, in this case by the opening of the center, Dr else 1:bey are NOT ',-GAK.) 14" •• cd4 15 cd4 ed4 16 }:d4 Nf4 17 2!l 2& 18 ~ 9fQ 19 QQ nr-s (AltnOugh Brackmay besaiClto have c Li ahed th i.ng thIough simplification, this Queen exchange is what mos t clearly accentuates the advantages Lnne r ene in ·. ite's .b position.) 20 ~r2b) Ke7? (It nay well be that Black has now pan s ed the "po Lnt of no return'. His best c haz.ce was 20 ••• Nd4 21 Hd4 :ie6 22 Be6 Be6 23 !fe6 fe 24 Rac1 O-O-O! 25 '06 Rd7 26 Rc5 Rbd.8 27 bc Rc? 28 RaS Rc.j. after which the f our=-Ro end game is not ok . entirely clear.) 21 ~ £.§ 22 3e6 3e6 23 bc Bb:,,> cb No1 25 B£1+ 24 !d6 (With his last nove, Black snows his iuoen"ions of placing cooplete trust in the strength of his a-pawn. After 25 ••• Kf6 26 Nb3 NaG 21 Re1 Rhe8 28 RcG R.ad8 29 Na5+-. Although Kings can be pO'>ferful piee es in endings, they can also be molested if caught Ullcie::-the wrong circUDlstances.) 26 Rb7 3a4 27 RU ~ (,.mite's centralized Knight restricts the Blaci BIShop ~o tne extent that Black ~ust either dislodge it or play ••• 3e8 in order to clear the way for the a-pawn's advance.) 28 ;ie6+ Ka6 29 lliQ Eb3 30 ~+ Ke6 (Oops! Into the web••• ) 31 full+ :;:r'b)2 &iT (A sllIlpJ:'(lraeohan1.car-" matter--the Knight needs ext r a support so the e+pawn can charge. 11ate C?..D...'1ot be avoided. now If 32 ••• Kg5 33 !4+ Kg4 34 Rg7+ Kh5 ~~ g4?) 3~••• ~ 33 f~ ~~~ 34 ~+ ~ 3~ ~n~+ ~esiansm~After )) ••• rbS 36 Rh/+ Kg4 >7 .•1) Rh8 )8 .. e)+ hgJ )9 _ J.)if. 1._e a-pawn had a disappointing race. Notee by Tim Hern.Ly, )
ac ourp s orce

John Petri sen (2032) - '.1illiam .-!errell (1718) 1 d4 ?rf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5 e6 4 ;103 e6 5 cd d6 6 ell. g6 1 f4. Bg7 8 3b5+ :-rod1 9 e5 :Pn5 10 e6!! Qh4+ 11 .g3 Ng3 12 NO 3c3+ 13 be Qb5 14 Rg1 Je4- 15 qd3 f5 16 3h2 Kd8 17 ed Ed? 18 Ed7 Kd7 19 0-0-0 Nf2 20 Qb5+ K07 21 Rde1 Ne4 22 Ng5 Ng5 23 Re7+ Resigns Charles Maddigan (2172)- Davies (2046) 1 c4 f5 2 ~f3 N.f6 3 d4 e6 4 g3 Be1 5 :Sg2 0-0 6 0-0 d6 7 !lC) a5 8 Re1 Ne4 9 Nell. fa 10 Nd2 d5 11 f3 ef 12 NO c5 13 cd Qd5 14 e4 Qh5 15 dc Bc5+ 16 Se3N"c6 17 Rei EM 18 Rf1 135 19 QdS+ Of? 20 ng5 '~d5 21 sd. lld4 22 3d4 ed 23 d6 Bd6 24 BdS+ f...h8 25 R:f3 BfB 26 Nf7 + Kg8 27 Rc8 RcB 23 :rd6+ Th8 29 ~rc8 and Black resigned on :nove 42. 33 players us that. Charles Naddigan with ll'~ points was clear first. Close behind at 4-1 were Dennis Gogel, Dan Naxwell, Erie Fischvogt, and Jet! Flowers. lve hope to have some games from tbis event in addition to the crosstable in OUI nextr issue.
LATE NEWS FLASlI' -Ri cbmond , irho The drew to tournament director, Ro~er Blaine, 1ntor:ns

HOOSier Open held

May 19-20

And here is a ga",e from the Anderson Championship. which was conducted as a series of matches. Larry qualified into the finals against 3ricFischvogt with this game, which he describes as "the flashiest tournament garne I have ever played." Anderson Semifinals. Larry Swindell (1952)- Hike Zabawa (1614) 1 e4 Nf6 2 Nc3 dS 3 e5 Nd7 4 e6 fe 5 d4 g6 6 114 Nf6 7 h5 IfnS 8 P.h5 gh 9 Qh5 Kd7 10 Nf3 Bg7 11 3h6 Bf6 12 NdS ed 13 Qd5 Ke8 14 Qh5 Kd7 15 0-0-0 Qg8 16 Ne5 Kd8 17 Nf7 Kd7 18 GfS KeS 19 Qc8 Kf7 20 Bc4 Kg6 21 Qg4 Resigns.

Here are some other games from the ISCA Team Championship, 1978. Me.ddigan (2172)-N"oga (1925) 1 04 05 2 Nc) g6 3 NO ng1 4 g3 Nc6 5 Bg2 e6 6 0-0 Nge1 7 d3 0-08 Bd2 d5(07) 9 Q01(15) d4 10 Nail.Qct6 11 a3 Bd7 12 '04 b6 13 b5 HaS 14 Ba') ba 15 Nd2 Rab8 16 Ne4 Qe5 17 Rae5 Be8 '8 Qf4 Qf4 19 gf Ni5 20 Ng3 Nh4 21 Be6 e5 22 fe Be5 23 Nd7 Bd7(38) 24 Bd7(100) f5 25 Rfc1 f4 26 Ne4 f3 21 Bg4 R.f4 28 Bf3 Nf3+ 29 ef Rf3 30 Rei Ef4 31 Rad1 Raf8 32 Re2 g5 33 e5 h5 34 Rc2 h4 35 c6 Rh3 36 e7 Rc8 37 Rf6+ Xi7 38 Ng4 Bc7 39 Xg2 Resigns

Hernly Petris,on 13 0-0 ? ? ?

Petrison .... Herrell 11 g3 ? ? ?

S,,,inde ll-Zabmqa

12

???

20

21

INDY WiNTER TORNAD
FE. trame

Rating
2044

2 W17 D19 '1/20 '!121 'il25 D23
'il8 '1123

'3 '1t'4 W7 '1t'5 L1 L3 D17 L2 W16 WiD L9 W18 L13 W12 Wi9 L8 D6 L11 L14 W25 L15 '1/23 L22
Vl21

4
1'/3 \lI9 'il11

Score

1 $ ?etrison, John 2 Q HazleWood, :"ark a. .- " zinga, Karel Fl. " Kar:!lisky, Robert B. 4 'lies V. 5::nith, 5 6 Sweda, Keith J. 7 s Lakes, Daryl 8 $ EOUSUD, Josnu.a Tobin, !l1tchell 1'. 9 10 $ Soiorie, Andy 11 'liagner. !'!arold 12 :3 Coc z , Ja'll8S P. Kval:::ovszky, G,eorge 13 Dud l ey , Underwood 1415 ROHal!, Rodney 16 Bo ar dzaan, Larr:,. D. DITlacher1' I:avid J. 17 18 Wilson, Stoy ;y. G.:wde, Stuart R. 19 20 Cu t s ha.L) .., Theodore 21, Butterfield, Chaxlea '22 Vct.nd.ivier, "la.'l Williamson, 23 John A. 24.51ad:stad, Hark B. Postlethwait. Tab A. 2~ 26 'liayne Christensen"

1860

s

18<10 1661 1715 1545 1583 2017 1460 1610 1550 1712 1687 1717 1769 1635 H33 1582 1588 15741914 1515 1630 1410 1965 1481 1186 1340

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X I

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L1

W7 L6 L5 L2 W19 14 W20

wa

WD WD '1i93 'il18

W1)

D6

\'123 I X

L16 110 L12

L5 L8 W82 W79 W83

L20

X

L21

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WD

0.5 0.0 0.0

0.5

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

1.0

3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5

4.0 3.5

Johnny E. 27 $ Jackson, 28 ;3 ,Uegel, !":2.Ttin A. 29 ~ Crean, CoEn. D. 30 ;j Johnson" David B. 31 3 E:"U.:""~ieski s Ja.:Jes L. _.~ "" $ Zi:"st, Herbert A. 33 ROUSh. John D. Car::, ,Jay A. 34 Ea......"""":'is; 3en H. 35 Lynch, ~·:ark o. 36 S:neltzer, ?hil W, 37 3-3 Dorsett t [1ichael G. Rul:::l..'IJa!I..D.,H. J2l!l8S 39 40 F.e:r.derson, Don L. 41 [~ontgonery • Allen D. 42 ?rice bob D. Cas s ady , Derek 43 44 S R.ecord, Kit H .. 45 ;3 Lee, ~-1a.rk P. <1~ 3 Ce!1ters, John A. ,0 47 Clark, 3ill E. 48 C:'lildress. Tho:na.s 11. Ken.'ledy, Solomon E. 49 50 Centers, l·latt Tallent, 51 Donald 'II. Cohron, David L. 52 3t:mgard.ner, James W. 53 Smith. Jerry L. 54 Dicks, Ralph E. 55

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'v/61

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1401 1187 1490 1469 1428 1595 1337 1263 1220 1217 1199 1156

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While reading an old book ot mine that is no longer in print, I Crulla across th is go-me. Upon playing through it I ,"as so fasc ioated that I decided to annotate i.t so that perhaps it would be remembered. CORRESPO~DENCE 1942 undeveloped. Black might survive lmITE; 1". Ritson Horry BLACK; R.D. 'o'onnald the ordeal, but no expert would 1 e2-e1l e7-e5 risk it in a tournament, }jo8-c6 2. Ngl-tJ 6 d7-d6! :3 Bfl-c4 This is Lasker's plan ,.hieh has What 1s this? A< master game with almost ~ade the gambit extinct, no Rny Lopez? 7 Qdl-b] Qd8-d7
Bf8-c5

now threatens 12 •• Na5; disorganizing the attack. Quick action is necessary, the solution being further sacrifice~
12 a4-a51.

was no really

I maintain

a[iequate de lense. tbat Black's chosen

Forcing Black to either retreat his bishop and forego •• NaS; or accept the pawn, If now 12 ., Na5 13 P..a5Ea5 14 nd5, witll the double threat; 15 Re.5 and 15 l1e5 forcing material gain.
12 Db6ll:11$

rep1x is superi~r to the following C)b},Qc4,Qeo,Qg6,Qh5, and h6. Perhaps a reader eQuId prove me incorrect. 16 :'la5-c6
alternatives;

17
18

J3cl-g5+
Rd8Xh8 A3

~g8-f6 Q!7-e6

Today,

Leonid

Shamkovieh

is a

moves

firm believer in the paat 4 b2-041?

in 3

•. Mf6,. while
championed

it baa been

by Paul Keres. by one Captain Evans some 140 years ago, this gambit h~s such rich posSibilities that i"ts soundness i.s still deba t.e , d
• Invented 4

rt
refute

is a

Safer 1s weakened. later.

Bc5xblt! said. that the only way to gambit is to accept it. 4 •• Bo6: hoping the b-p&"'U can be exp Lo i ted Bb4-a5

5
6

c2-0:; d2-d4!

This ~ove is strong despite White'!!! inability to answer 6 •• ed~ with 7 cd4, Oowever, atter 6 ., ed4 \fhite can orr er more p awn s in order to dO'llinatethe board. ThUS, 7 O-O! dc3?! ( n a little too greedy n a.Fine) 8

This is forced as other queen lose a piece to 8· d5. 8 d4xe5 In order to bring a rook quic~ly.' to the d-file attacking Black's queen. 8 d6xe5 9 a2-al,t To antiCipate the threat of •• Do6 and •• Na5 Which could di.stUrb his aggressive development, but 9 0-0 achieves the sa.Jne object · as 9 •• Eb6 10 Bn} NaS 11 Ne5! Nb3 12 ab3! leaves Black without a derense for his queen (12 •• Qd8? 13 Bf7#). 9 Qd7-e7 To liberate bis q-si.de and deaden \<111 te' s a. ttack W1 th •• Be6, should it get too hot. I tbink that 9 }ib6 might be a little better.
10 0-0

13

Ralxa5! The real pnrpose or move 1~ wa~ decai Black's QN trom covering hence anotber sac.
BC1iX:C7 +!

all or Black's pieces are paralYBed, save tbe quean, this 19 oClt1puro.t1velytho or:Miost 'IIa,y to mmet tho thront ot 19 Su5 N~S
20 QdS+ Ke6 21 DrS Q~G 23 ReS+ K:t7 2, R:t8+. 19 N:t:3-b,11
ThiathrBatens Bf6. 20

.'. .'

Nt5+ Kt7

21

This is bused on tbe exposure ot: Black's·king plus the undeveloped state of most ot his men.

19
20 21

Ke7-f7 Bg5xf6
Nh/i-f5

Qe6:tf6 !

use or the open d-file and the a2-g8 diagonal .. I.f. now 14 ,• .KtS? 15 Qa2! b6 (the knight needs support) 16 BgB Rg8 17 Bg5 'lany 18 Rd8+. winning. 14 Qe7xn
~b~te can make full 15 . Ral-cl8+ KaS-a7 It 15 •• RdS 16 Qt7,

Now the threat of 22 Re8 RcB 23 Qd7+ forces black to cede the
exchange. 21 22

...

Bc8xt5 Rh8xa8 Qdl-b3+?
Ef5xe4

23

nuli Ifhih

will prgv. that tho quft~n in wo~~h llIo:;re th<l.QJ.llll.Q]('iI TOQk'.
16 Qb3-dl! !

In a 1~1nniI~g po s t ti on ",.-hi te errs. Batter was 23 Nd2!

:l3

Kf7-e7

It was better
as 11 Qb7?? the queen. 11 Rb8

a7-a6 to play 10 ., Bd?!
12 Qa6 Rbo costs 11 Ba3 Qd7

This remarkable oontinuatlQIl contains a powerful doublothr~atl
(a) 17 8a3+ Kf6 18 Ut8, li1nn1n(!:

On ~] •• Qui?? 3~ R18. R07 D~ R HI n1ft ~'s would b
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~n 10 •• Nf6

12 Rdl Dlack's

f7 is defenseless.

Ufl-dl Ba5-b6 White has already sacrificed pawn in the opening, but Black

the qu.aen.and (b) 17 Bg5+ Kt6 18 Rh8. W"hi te should have .and probably di.d make a thorough analysis
to establish

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nns to INDiANA "Ill)

12:30

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