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Borislav Kostic vs Jose Raul Capablanca
New York (1918), New York, NY USA, rd 7, Oct-30
Queen's Gambit Declined: Orthodox Defense. Main Line (D63)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Dec-13-09  zanshin: <clue #14: The photo is an inverted jenny (a female donkey). The Inverted Jenny is a famous postage stamp misprint from 1918, one of the most prized in all philately. This game was played around the time the stamp was produced. >

That's quite a stretch. Congrats to User: SamAtoms1980 for solving it.

Dec-13-09  felixd: Omg congratulations!
Dec-13-09  Red October: fantastic, congrats, never look a gift ass in the mouth....
Dec-13-09  SamAtoms1980: <JaneEyre: <The Inverted Jenny (also known as an Upside Down Jenny or Jenny Invert) is a United States postage stamp first issued on May 10 1918...>>

I'd like to give a very special thank-you to <JaneEyre>. As a token of my gratitude for your generosity and kindness, I hereby buy you a Beer.

Dec-13-09  JaneEyre: Have that one on me, friend, but actually due credit should go to <capafan>.

Anyway, I like the homophony between Jenny and Jane Eyre.

Dec-13-09  scrambler: Congrats to the SamAtoms1980 for finding the big

.....W.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbYi...

Dec-13-09  TheBish: Well, silly me! I was so close I could "smell" it, was just too tired to click on all the games of 1918 after I figured out the "inverted Jenny" part - after clicking on all the "Jenni" losses, thinking upset or upended Jenni! I was hoping that somehow 24 would find it's way in the puzzle (as in 24-cent stamp), such as 24th on the list, or a game played (or player born on) May 10, 1918 or closer to that date than December! I actually did click on Amsterdam vs Eindhoven, 1918, only 5 games up on the list! I made sure to click on all the postal games (stamps), but then again I over-thought it and a little more brute-force clicking was needed.

Congrats to SamAtoms1980, and here's the history behind the story for anyone who hasn't looked it up yet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invert...

Dec-13-09
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  WinKing: Way to go <SamAtoms1980>! Make sure you but that beer for <JaneEyre> lol.

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