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Raymond Keene vs Andrew Whiteley
Sunday Times Schools' match (1965), Dulwich
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0



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Oct-24-04  dac1990: Wow. Good stuff.
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  ray keene: <dac1990> glad you enjoyed it-i answered your point re new book on my section
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  ray keene: i shd point out that this game was played entirely on intuition not caculation
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  ray keene: this is the game i think resembles day v stopa in a kings gambit
Jan-30-09  Ychromosome: What is the Sunday Times Schools' match? Is it casual??
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  ray keene: it was the uk schools championship-very serious!

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