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Be3 Nf6 7. N|c6 b|c6 8. e5 Ng8 9. f4 Nh6 10. Qd2 d6 11. 0–0–0 0–0 12. h3 Nf5 13. Bf2 c5 14. Bc4 Qa5 15. Rhe1 d|e5 16. Nd5 Q|d2+ 17. R|d2 Bb7 18. B|c5? This is too greedy. After 18. g4 White has chances. 18. Rfc8 19. b4 e6 20. Nc3 e|f4 21. Ne4 Ne3 22. Bd3 B|e4 23. B|e4 Rab8 24. Rd3 f5 25. Bf3 e5 26. B|e3 f|e3 27. Bd5+ Kh8 28. a3 e4 29. Rb3 Rb5 30. Be6 Rc7 0–1 The two runners-up, Frank Camaratta and Donald Dean, exchanged victories against one another in a pair of exciting games. Frank’s theoretical novelty of 15.

36. Q|e5 B|f3 37. B|f3 Qf2 38. Qe2 Q|e2 39. B|e2 a|b4 40. c|b4 Ra8 41. R|a8 R|a8 42. Nc5 (see diagram) 42. d5 r+-+-+k+ +-+p+-zpp -+-+p+-+ +-sN-+p+-zP-+-zP-+ +-+-+-zPK -+-+L+-zP +-+-+-+- After 42. Nc5 Black can make the endgame more difficult for White by 42. Ra2 43. Bb5 Rb2 44. B|d7 R|b4 45. B|e6+ Kh8! 46. Nd3 Rd4 47. Nf2 g6 with fair drawing chances because the bishop is the wrong color of the rook pawn. 43. N|e6 Re8 44. Bf3 Rb8 45. B|d5 R|b4 46. Nd4+ Kf8 47. N|f5 Rb2 Now the winning chances are much greater.

Q|g6+ Kd7 31. Rd3 wins the Queen and the game—Dunne] 25. Q|d4 f6 26. Qh4 Kf7 27. Bh5! Rc8 28. Re1 e5 29. B|g6+ Ke7 30. Qh8 Re8 31. Qg7+ Kd8 32. B|e8 wins the Rook and the game. 23. Qh6 Kf7 It’s hard to suggest a move for Black here. 24. Bh5! (see diagram) rwq-+rsn-+ +p+-zpk+-+-zp-zppwQ zp-+Pvl-+L P+PvL-+-+ +-+-+-+R -+-+-zPPzP +-+R+-mKAfter 24. Bh5 24. Rc8 24. g|h5 25. Q|h5+ Ng6 26. Qh7+ Kf8 27. Q|g6 e6 28. Rh8+ Ke7 29. Qg7+ Kd8 30. Bb6+ Kc8 31. R|e8 mate 25. B|g6+ 25. B|e5 d|e5 26. B|g6+ N|g6 27.

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