Indl~nO:s

Chess Quarterly
Jan. - March 1979
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Publicity by HarryE. Abrams Jr.

Contents
Publicity - Public ity - Publicity Postal Chess Harry Abrams Jr. . Postal Chess Dr. Steve Tennant 1971 Go Iden Knights Mike Dec ker N.D.S.T. Team of Four John Campbell.. Ron's Postal Chess Club Steve Baker Hoosier Open Cross-table Rager B la ine Tuesday Night Amateur & Upsets '" Roger Blaine Photos 1978 Indiana State Chess Championship State Champions hip Cross-tab Ie Gary De user "ISCA' Team Championship Roger Blaine Region V Report Robert J. Rice 1978 U.S. Open Cleo R. Mooday Games from U.S. Open Edward Va no Black Knight Open Cross-table '" Cleo R. Mooday Joepye Open Joseph A. Riegsecker ISCA Officers'& Notations .1 2 .3

As the recently elected Publicity Director for ISCA, I have given much thought to what I can do to publicize ISCA in particular and Chess in general, in Indiana. My'one eHortto date (shortly after the State Championship) was a classic example of too little, to late, but that will not be the case in the future! . However, the point of this article is to point out something ISCA member, can do to publicize Ch~ss in Indiana.
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First, let me note that there are chessplayers and there are Chessplayers. The former are in the same class with bridgeplayers, enchre players etc. The latter are typified by a love of the Game. That means that, if given a choice of watching (merely watching mind you) a simultaneous between Shamkovich and 50 players or going to the 500 Mile Race, they·would unhesitatingly choose the former. It is to these Chess players I address mys!'!U (because the others don't care anyway). I'm sure many of you were frustrated by the lack of media coverage in the state of the finals match between Spassky and Korchnoi as well.as the lack of coverage of the seml-Hne ls etc. What I am asking that you do is, that whenever you know of an ~vent you want to see or hear news about, bombard the sports editors of your local newspapers, TV stations and radio stations with requests for such news, and if they don't get it and report it, again bombard them with complaints. I ask you to do this not only for world events but a Iso the big national events; such as the U.S. Open, the iJ.S. Closed ChampionshiR the U.S. Jr. Championship, etc. I'm sure that some of you will say that compliance with the above request will have little or no results, but I beg to differ. If it is done often enough and for long enough, it will obtain results. Remember, it is the squeaking wheel that gets the grease. It is sickening to me that in places like the USSR and Yugoslavia and Brazil, that Chess is held in high_regard by the total population; whereas in the United States, it is regarded as a game for intellectuals and weirdos only. Let us begin now to do our small bit to change that image, Caissa commands it. Anyone getting results, either printed or on TV or Radio, I would very much appreciate hearing about it. My address is on the officers page.

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Due to lack of material and my heavy work load there was no issues bursement printed for the quarters for two missing issues; - July - Sept. 1978 - and be at membership PS; Have you sent to Gary yet? Oct. - Dec. 1978. There maybe some membership reim-

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Postal Chess Dr. Steve Tennant Harry Abrams Jr.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. , 6. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28_ 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. P-QN3 8.N2 P.K4 (a) N.QB3 KN.K2 PxP P.KN3 KNKN NxN Q.K2 ch Q-NS ch QxQ R-N.l (c) B-NS ch BXD

Schultz (a) At first sight, this move looks poor, since it is poorly posted there and it uses up the best square for his Queen Knight. The move isn't sufficient to equalize, but is not as bad as you might th ink. White has the Queenside majority, which he will mobilize, but first he opens the position to take advantage of his lead in development. .... P-K5 would be poor - 16. N-Q4, 8-N3 17. K-B2 Not the best. Better is IB ... B-KS, 19. N-KS! PxN; 20. RxN, B-N3 ch; 21. K-RI, QR-Ql; 22. R-K7, QR-Kl; 23. RxR, RxR; 24. P-QN4 and White is better. so that the Bishop can retreat to Bishop 2 Now White wins material by force, and without sacrificing his positional advantage. if 25..•. R-B3; 26. N-B3 White threate ned 27. BxN, BxB; 28. N- N6

G. Crouch
P-K4 N-QB3 N.KB3 B-N5 P·Q4! NxP N·QS! PxN QxN B-K3 P·B3 BxQ P-QB4 ? B-B3 ? PxB

Larsen's

Opening

(a) 3. P-K3 would be better in case Black tries to establish a pawn at Queen 5. (b) Black threatens 10...... QxR or the lose of my castling king _ side"with the move R-N!.

(b)

(C) White is forced to make the move he was trying to avoid" (d) Black gets doubled pawns or loses loses his castling privilege. 14.... K-Ql was probably better with the Queens off and Whites QB bottled up, Black really has little to fear. Not PxP, PxP and Black will have undoubled his B-pawns.

(d) (e) (e)

0-0-0
P-QB3 P-QB4! (f) KR-Kl P-B4 R-K3 PxR K-B2 3-B3 KxB RxP KxR P.KR3 ! K-K2 PxP K-B3 P.KN4! PxP

0-0-0
B·R4 KR-Kl P-B3 P-Q6 ? (g) RxR? (h) P·Q7 c:h ? K-Q2 BxB K·K3 RxR ? (i) K.B4 P-KR4 P-N4 KxP P-R5 P·B4 Resigns

(f)

(g) This pawn advance is premature. (h) At first sight, this doesn't look bad bee ause it clears the Q-fi Ie for the Black Pawn, however, White can attack the pawn with 3 pieces and Black has only 2 to difend it with. After this rnove Black can resign as he throws the game I nto a lost King and pawn end-game.

1. P-K4 P-Q84 2. N-KB3 P-Q3 PxP 3. P-Q4 4. NxP N-KB3 5. N-QB3 P-QR3 6. 8-K2 P-K4 7. N-N3 B-K2 B.O-O 8-Q2 (a) 9. B·K3 B-B3 10. P·B3 P-Q4 - The point 11. PxP NxP 12. NxN 8xN 13. P-QB4 B-B3 14. QxQ ch BxQ 15. P-B4! (b) PxP (c) 0-0 16. BxP .. N-Q2 17. QR·Q1 lB. N-Q4 B·N3 (d) B-R5 19. P-QN4 QR-BI (e) 20. R-Q2 21. P-B5 8-B2 BxB 22. N-B5 ' R-B2 23. RxB 24. N-K7 c h ............ (f) K-Rl 24.......... QR-Bl (g) 25. N-Q5 26. B-N4! QR-Ql (h) res igns( i) 27. N-B3

(b)

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(i) White will win a piece: 27.... B·B3; 28. R/4-Q4, P-B4; 29. B·B3, BxB; 30. PxB, R-B2; 31. N-R4 and 32. N-N6

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Roger Blaine vs. Mike Sead1e, Chicago Dunst Opening 10 Bg5 11 Bh4 1 Nc} c5 12 c3 Nc6 2 NO 13 Bd}? } e} Nf6 14 Be4: Qb6 4 Bb5 15 Nd2 5 0-0 d5 16 Nb3 e6 6 d4 17 as cd: ? a4 18 c4 8 ed: Bb4 19 c5 Bd6 9 Na2

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Nd4 Qc3 Bb7
Be8

ed: Qa1 d}! Qa5: Rf? Qd5 Rb8?? Bd7: Resigns

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1971 Golden

Knights

Postal

Chess Championship

(preliminary round)
Mike Decker 1. P-K4 2. P-KB4 (1200) P-K4 PxP P-Q4 N-K83 NxB QxP Q-QR4 ? ......... B·K3 Ed Kelly (964) King's Gambit (Keres' ver.)
N.O.S.T.

N.D.S.T. Team of Four League 1976 Preliminaries
is a simi-private postal chess club it's primary chessptayers come from areas in the United States and Canada. The rating system is different from the U.S.C.F. rating N.O.S.T. is

system, so a players real strength can only be judged by a cross-r eferanca to his over-the-

3. 5-B4

4.

BxP

5. N-KB3
6. PxN 7. N·63

3 Q-R5 is much more enjoyable but weaker. 4. PxP was considered the main line until 1880 Kelly is probably following MCO • Horowitz where this move is preferred. Keres' analysis demonstrates the superiority of .Busted by Anderssen in 1851!

board playing strength in tournaments or rating with other N.O.S.T. players. short for the clubs real name • Knights of the Square Table"

and it's headquarters are in

Pittsford, New York. Mr. Garry Reynolds is rated in the 1850s in CL&R and stands about lOth. in our postal league.

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John Campbell (3440) Eager Eagles
1. P.KS4 2. N.KB3 ~\I.K 33
P·KN3 P·Q3 B.N2

Garry Reynolds (4720) Chessnuts
pes ition after 33. . ........ B.B3

8.0.0
9. P·Q4

to keep the King fi Ie open to stop castling From here on Bleak seems to be lost. or even 9... B.Q4 might have held. Probobly best; l1 K.Ql; 12. Q.R4 eh .cute, but insufficient

B·Q3 10. P·QS B-KNS 11. Q.Kl e h K.B1. 12. N.K5 B.K3 13. BxP BxP 14. Q.R4

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with cone urrent threat s of Q·Q8 and N·N6

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5. 8·N2 6. N-QB3 . 7. B-Q3 8. P.QR3 9.0-0
10. N.K2 ] 1. BxB
12. P.KN4 13. 14. 15. 16. P·N5 N.KN3 P-KR4 K.82

0-0
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1.

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11. 0·0
12. P.KB4!

17.

RxKP

18. White announces mote in 4 or less

Mike finished in the final Standings of the 1971 Golden Knights #64 37.45. Our 1971 State Champi on Ken neth Collins finished #2 45.7. loren Schmitt (2293) of Lafayette was #20 41.85. Steve Tennant our professional annotator finished #53 39.0. All the Final Standings of the 1971 Golden Knights Tournament are listed in your Sept. 1978 CL&R.

17. PxP ? 18. P·QR4 19. PxP 20. RxR 21. 8-K2 22. N-Nl 23. N.R3 24. N.84 25. Q.QRl

34. N-K2 35. Q.R 1 36. P·N6 37. PxP ch
38. N·Q4 39. R.N]

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40 .: B·Ql ? R-QR 1 41. R.R 1 ch K-N3 42. B-R5 c h K.R3 43. B·B7 d i s -c h K-N2 44. NxP dbl ch KxB 45. Q.N7·ch K.Kl 46. R.R8 ch Q.B 1 47. Q.K7 mate

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Ron's Postal Chess Club Baker 1. ?-K4 2. P-K5 3. P-Q4 4. P-QB4 5. PxP 6. N·KB3 7. N-B3 8. B-K3 9. Q-Q2 10. P-QS 11. N-Q4 12. PxP e.p. 13. NxB 14. R-Q1 1S. QxOP 16. P-KR3 17. B-OJ 18. P.BS 19. B-OB4 20. N-Q5 21. BxP* 22. OxO 23. BxP 24.BxR 25. B-N7 26. 0-0 27. P-QN3 Pierce N-KB3 N·Q4 P-Q3 N-N3 BPxP B-KB4 P-KN3 B-N2 0-0 B-NS P-K4 Bx? PxN O-RS Q-NS 0 ..B4 0·K4 N/N3-02 R-B3 PxN K-R1 NxO N/l-Q2 R-Bl R-Kl N-Nl resigns Baker 1. P·K4 2. P-K5 3. P-Q4 4. BxP 5. B-K2 6. N-KB3 7. P..QR4 8.0xP 9. NxQ 10. B-Q2 11. N-R3 12. NxN 13. N-B4 14. N·06* 15. N-K4 16. P·QB4 17. B-N4* 18. N-Q6 19. NxBP 20. B-Q6* 21. BxR 22. N-Q6* 23. P-R5 24. PxN* 2S. P-B5* 26. N-B4 27. NxB Arnett N-KB3 N-Q4 P-QN4 P-QB4 PxP Q-N3 P-QR3 OxO B-N2 P-K3 N-QB3 BxN B-B4 K-K2 B-05 N-N3 K-Q1 K-B2 KR-KB 1 K-N2 RxB K-B2 BxKP KxR KxP BxKNP resigns Baker Jabre
8th
May

Hoosier Open
HOOBIER OPEN CHESS TOURlWlEiNT
Earlham

20-.2l.,

1978

College 1 2 1,125 1>1:;5 W20 ,122 3

RiobJuoIid, Iud1aml

1. P-K4 P-K4 2. N-KB3 N-QB3 PxP 3. P-Q4 4. B-QB4 N-KB3 5. P-K5 N-K5 6. 0-0 P-Q4 7. S-QNS B.KN5 BxN 8. 0-03 9. QxB B-B4 10. N·Q2 N-N4 11. 0-03 N-K3 12. N-N3 B-N3 13. P-KB4 Q-02 14. P.BS N-B4 15. NxN BxN 16. P·K6 PXP. 17. PxP Q-03 18. B-N'S Q-K4 ] 9. P-KR4 Q-K5 PxB 20. BxN* 21. 0-R6 P-Q6* 22. K·Rl P·Q5 23.0-N7 R-Ql 24. QxP/c7 resigns 2S.

Rat,j,ng

1 LESTER VAN METER, Indianapolis 2 JIM MILLS JR., Mlmoie J VAlIDIVIER, .Ind.ianapulis 4 LARRYSWDlDELL,Anderson 5 ED VAID, Higbland 6 MARK BLACKSTAlJ,Indianapolis

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1st. Black Knight Invitational
Sept. 30 - Oct. 1, 1978

Karpov VS. Korchnoi World Chess Championship
Bent Larsen,
0-4 0·3 0-2 0-1

1978

TI!q

International Grandmaster and GM Michael Stean, Secondto Korchnoi

Wiseman, Mike 2 Wierzbicki, Michael

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Just days after the rnat.ch ended this fine ohe sa publication of the David McKay Company Inc. was on e:w:n~tJ.'tNmaIdi-C1J~~ed the market. ~,~"""".n:rJt,.,. The book is inoluded in 'the Tartan collection of _.,, pape:rbackchess books available to your club or group ~~..; ·at a discount with a large quantity purchase of any of the fine MoKay book collection. It cont.atns all thirty-two games, fully r-epor bed , described, &I1d annotated. 'Ihe 144 pages have several dia.grams in the middle game, which the annotater feel3 ar-e of importance to the reader. I think the book Ls well worth the $3.95 full price of the book and with a 8ioeab Le discount, how can you go wrong?

KiiUi8v KWiira

WorkICMss ChGmpionship 1978

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2 Addison Howe 3 Abdul-MaDl< Abdul-Shukor 4 Russell Spe;nnuth 5 Andy Campbell (1225) 6 Lawson Hughes 7 Kit Record 8 Jeff Dittrich (693) 9 William Reece "10 Christopher Gr:!Jnley 11 Kalnarul"zizi Ibrah:im 12 Peter To CCo 13 Carl Zapfe 14 Don Scales (1209) IS Ken Friedlander (1289) 16 Bill Ste:i.n 17 Kurt VanMatre 18 Martin Hall 19 Douglas Boggs

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'IIHAMMO! A COUPLEOF UPSETS! In the Michiana Open in Elkhart, Memorial Day weekend, 11.year-old Paul Pojman (say "Poymari'!) pulled a 640-point upse~ of exper-t Mike Fletcher. I\nd at the ,U.S. Open aut in Phoenix, former first Bear-d of Indiana University, zapped Grandmaster Arthur Bisguiep in 22 rnoveswith a Danish Gambit) a rook and a piece down! CLOSEDSICILIAN (1440) Fletcher 1 e4 e5 2 NO e6 3 ct. a6 4 Nc] Qc7 5" g) Nc6 6 Bg2 Nf6 7 0-0 Be7 8 a.3 0-0 Rb8 9 dJ 10 RbI d6 11 Nol 12 r4 b4 13 ab cb 14 Ne2 oS 15 b.3 Qb6+ 16 Khl Ng4 17 Nc2! ef 18 Nxf4 g5 19 Nd5! Nf2+? 20 Rxf2 Qxf2 21 Be} Bg4 22 Bxf2 Bxdl a5 2G Rxdl 2 Nd4! Resigns
Pojrnan

Dennis Miller

Clatus Booher

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DANISH GAMBIT Davis (2168) Bisguier 1 e4 e5 2 dlr ad 3 c) de 4 Nxc3 d6 5 Bc4 c6 6 Nf) Nd7 7 Be] Ngf6 8 Qb3 Qe7 9 0-0 Ngl) 10 Bd4 Nde5 11 Bxe5 N"eS 12 NxeS de 13 Hadl Be6 cd 14 NdS 15 BbS+ Kd8 16 RK<f5 Bxd5 17 Qxd5+ Kc7 18 Rel+ Kb8 19 Ba6 g6 20 Exb? Bh6 21 ReJ Rd8 22 Ea6 Resigns

(2478)

Ghulam Eqbal

Leonard Moriarity

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(1659) 1806 1670 1694 1566

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"Mr. Chess' Pawn Crunchers" of Bloomington won the third ISCA Team Championship at I ,U. with four wins and a tie. Second-place India.napolis CC"Old Guardll held the Orunchsr s to a 2-2 deadlock in Round 4, but were themselves held to a tie in Round 5 as the uSw i.ndl er-s" of St. Louis, Missouri" pulled upsets on the top two boards Hith Jim:Da~ies. (2042) beating Van Meter (2217) and Andy Amelung (1886) toppling Wiseman (2130). Outstanding for the Oruncher-s were 4th Board Tim Hernly "ith 5-0; 2nd Boar-d Mike Wierzbicki, 4~..!,;; 1st Board Charles Maddigan, 4-1, and 3rd Board Alternate Karel Eringa from the Netherlands J 2~-1a. Hernly and Maddigan wer-e veterans of the previous year's champions from Indianapolis, while Wierzbicki was oS "sleeper" expert getting back into activity after a felolyears la.yoff. Fifteen t.eams represent a record at.t.endance for the event, and several teams Camefrom previously unrepresented areas, Hovever-, we missed the par-t Lckpat.Lon of old "r-egu.le r-s" such as Purdue, Louisville, and Bowling Gveen.
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TEA.f!CHAMPIONSHIP November 4-5, 1978

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Junior Invitational
REGION V JUNIOR INVITATIONAL
1. l>UKE WISEMAN

MAY20 - 21, 2126 1726 1586 1782 1665

1978

12

2. JAMFS JORDAN 3. 1INN APPLEGATE 4. ERIC FISCIIVOOT 5. STEVE MITCHELL

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1. Lester L. VanMeter 2. Michael Fletcher Daniel Maxwell Robert Ciarfone James A. Mills Jr. Karel Br1nga Jeffery Ginsburg Frederiok J. Kohn Vincent D. Noga R. Mark Powers Dale Rigby Lawersnce Quigley Richard Noel Sarnusl Shapiro Dave Derd.. Eric Von Fischvogt Ken A. VanCleve Glenn Good Dennd.s Geisleman Joseph E. Ma Lumphy Phil Steinen Ronnie R. Yoder Roger Blaine Danisl J. Bryant Jon Got.z Mark Blackstad Timothy P. lewis Harold Wagner Brian V. Jones John V. McKenna Carl laWall Jame. E. Kulback Steven Baker John T. Campbell Dennis R. Miller Paul Pojman Jim McMahon l'hil R. Shields Michael Duvack Jon D. Fair Ben Harris Randy Giminez Jerry D. Watson Thomas J. Harris Robert Mekus

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After fj_nishing directing my largest tournanent , I have more respect for the poor tourney director. It '~ras a hectic two days, not counting preparation time and the endless work in getting reports to the National and State organizations. I hope I got the records right. We had a good turnout on both the Open and the Reserve, and l-lit.l-J. few exceptions everyone seemed satisfied. Ine had a few withdrawals for the last couple rounds but it worked out all right. Wetried to pay most of the entry fees in prize money except for minilnwnexpenses. , The YMCA furnished the rooms, no one got paid, andsorne local merchants helped us on OUr flyers. Special thanks are in order for Cletu5 Booher, Mike Fletcher, Steve Baker, and Roger Blaine for their able assistance in conducting the tourney. Also thanks should go to Howard 5 ~ Inc -:I Ponderosa Steak House, and the Centra.l YMCA I for their help on our flyer. Probably the only compensation was the few that stopped by after the tourney and thanked us for our efforts, saying they enj oyed the two days and thought we did a good job. Someone left a chess set in the hall. If they send me postage and describe the set I will send it to them. During t hs last minute confusion I ,n·ote a couple checks far prize money and fa.iled to make a notation in my checkbook. If I missed one please send me a card. Otherwise I will che ck "hen the checks get into the bank. REGION, MEETING V by Roger Blaine, Regional V.P.

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The annual informal Region V meeting was held Sunday, October 15, and attended by John Campbell, Dennis Miller, Curtiss Miller, Sam Shapiro, Timothy Le>11s, Dan Bryant, and myself of Indiana; Richard Neely and Floyd Furgason of Michigan; and Linda and Bill HcElyea (Regional vp) or Ohio. The group unan.lmoual.y passed a r-esol'lltion to be submitted to the USCFPoHey Board, deploring the Board's decision, made at Phoenix on August 14, with little deliberation or debate, to discontinue the regional format of IITournament Lifell Believing the regional division of TL ads to be one of the most popular and useful innova.tions in Chess Life & Review in r.ecent years, we urged the Policy Board to keep the regional format. It will not be pleasant to have to wade thru hundreds of NewYork and California. ads to find one in our part of the COUll try. Next year it is Michigan's turn to host the Region V Junior Invitational in the spring and the Region V Championship in the fall. Floyd Furgason of the Michigan Chess Association said that Lans1'ng is u.nder consideration as the site. He also spoke of HCA's plan to bid on the US Juni.or- Open, following the success of the 1978 JW1ior Ches sCamp. Congratulations to Open winners Dick Noel and Bob Ciaffone, and Reserve winaer Floyd Furgason. It is especia.lly good to see Noel pulling out of a slump and heading back toward Expert rank again. And once more, a "than..\.:: ou" to y Bob Rice for organizing and directing the tourney. .

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1978 U.S. Open
by Cleo R. Mooday
The U.S. Open was held in Phoenix, Arizona this year; the distance plus the interesting sights (Meramic Caverns, Buffalo Ranch, Grand Canyon, Petrified Forest, Painted Desert, and Great Meteor Crater) stationed along the way required a 3 week vacation and extra rubles. Upon arriving in Phoenix, we were pleased to find there were several entertaining things (Indian ruins, Phoenix Zoo, art museum, and Pioneer, Arizona were within our area of between rounds travel ); this plus swimming at pool took up our leisure time. The tournament itself was much like other U.S. Opens; upsets, a few unfair pairings, and general lateness of the starting rounds were highlights of the event. I was able to temporarily sl ip into Class B as a result of the Open; but have sence (UBlack Knight Open" ) gave up about 57 hard earned points to Indiana players and returned to the old realm of my domain. Vano's game with Shamkovich on board 3 and Loal Dav is's (former I.U. student) win over Arthur Bisguier highlighted the top boards for this Hoosier, for journalist excitement. The games are in this issue, plus an unadvertized special of knights vs , bishops played by our five times State Chess Champion, Edward Vane, The meetings were somewhat regular in their form, except there was a complete election of ~New" officers and the later res ignment of key U.S.C.F. staff offica Is. I can't critic ize the staff for their action; for the incoming officers (in my opinion) did create much turmoil and the diversionary policy of new officers towards the U.S.C.F. staff officals was somewhat hostle. It seemed to me, that the hostility had reached it's boiling point; a continuation of staff service would eventually erupted into a llout confusion and distruction of the momentum of Koltanowski's membership drive.

U.S. Open - 1978 Leonid Shamkovich 1. P-K4 2. N-KB3 3. N-B3 4. P-KN3 5. B-N2 6. P-Q4 7. NxP 8. 0-0 9. N(4)-N5 10. P-QR4 11. P-R3 12. 8-K3 13. Q-K2 14. KR-Ql 15. R-Q2 16. N-Q4 17. B-B4 18. PxP 19. NxB 20. B-K5 21. QR-Q1 22. N-K4 23. BxN 24. RxR 25. B-Q3 26. K-R2 27. P·QB3 28. B-B2 29. BxR 30. P-QB4 31. B-B7 32. Q-Q2 33. QxRP 34. BxQ 35. B-B2 36. B-N6 37. P-R5 38. BxN 39. P-R6 40. P-R7 41. BxB
P-QB4 P-K3 P-Q3 N-QB3 N-B3 PxP B-Q2 B-K2 Q-Nl
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(2493)

Edward Veno (2004)
Position after white's 18th. move

Leonid Shamkovich

(rd. 3 of 1978 U.S. Open) vs. Edward Vano

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R-Ql B-Kl N-QN5 8-83 P-QR3 P-Q4 Q-B1 N(5)xP PxN R-R2 QR-Q2 NxN N-B3 RxR P-QR4 Q-Ql P-QB4 RxR Q-Q4 Q-K5 Q-Rl N-K5 QxQ NxBP P-KB4 B-Q3 N-K5 PxB B-Nl BxP Resigns

(A) (A)

Sharnkcvich suggested 18...... BxP as perhaps better. He told me that he played this opening as WHITE and also BLACK numerous times and was impressed with my handling of the BLACK side of th is game. Lein, Shamkovich's friend, also told me, the following day, that I had equalized very nicely; two very nice compli ments from Grandmasters!

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Here, I had about two minutes to make twenty moves??

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Knight

Open

Sept. 30 • Oct. 1, 1978

This game was played August 16, 1978 at the U.S. Open in Phoenix, Arizona, this was the tenth round and gave me a score of 7 points - 6 wins, 2 draws. and 2 losses.

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IDNDAY NIGHT OPEN CHESS TOURNAMENT - INDIANA UNIVERSITY

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25 -

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19, 1978
Rating
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Name
1 Charles Maddigan 2 Bob Blaser 3 Jeff Jackson 4 Dan Maxwell 5 Jim Webb 6 David Reid 7 Don Scales 8 Lester·Welch 9 Gary Henderson 10 Tom Loughlin 11 Jim Moore 12 Dermis Troup

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Algebraic Notation
In accordance with the USCF's algebraic education program and recommendations of the World ChessFederation (FIDE), the following brief resume in the internationally recommended form is published. For further details, the reader is invited to consult Official Rules of Chess, available from the USCF Catalog. The horizontals (ranks) are numbered from 1 to S, starting from the rank nearest White. The verticals (files) are lettered from a to h, starting at White's left (the Qk-flle in algebraic is the a-file). The in. tersections of the horizontals and verticals give the individual squares their names. Pawn moves are recognized by the absence of a capital letter to designate the piece being moved. The reader is invited to study the sample game and diagram below and to get into the habit of using the algebraic system.

JOEPYE ELKHART

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