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Thomas J Bartell vs Alan Stein
World Open (2007), King of Prussia USA, rd 7, Jul-03
Queen's Indian Defense: Capablanca Variation (E16)  ·  1-0

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Jul-06-07  pawnstar3: why is this 1-0 - black's king can eat the pawns while his bishop can stop white's pawn from queening
Jul-06-07
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  Sneaky: Ever hear of a "clock" ?
Jul-06-07
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  WannaBe: Stein lost this game, http://www.uschess.org/msa/XtblPlr....
Jul-06-07
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  Sneaky: Good catch WannaBe. I guess somebody should tell CG.
Jul-06-07
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  WannaBe: <Sneaky> ?? The score (PGN) is correct. It is 1-0
Jul-06-07
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  Sneaky: Ohhh... I'm terribly confused. ,'-/

OK, so I guess that gets back to what I was saying before. "CLOCK" -- I can't imagine either White or Black calling it quits in the final position here, in a non-correspondence game. It's far too complicated.

Jul-07-07
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  WannaBe: <Sneaky> well, they're just a couple of 2400+ patzers, what would they know about end games with bishop and pawns. =)
Jul-07-07  pawnstar3: the only reason black could've lost here is the clock - other than that, this is clearly a black win

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