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Raymond Keene vs William Hartston
Cambs Univ blitz tourney (1968) (blitz), ?
Neo-Grünfeld Defense: Delayed Exchange Variation (D76)  ·  1-0

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Annotations by Raymond Keene.      [407 more games annotated by Keene]

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Mar-11-09
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  ray keene: one of my favourite wins-thanks to chessgames for putting up another 200 or so of my games this week!
Mar-11-09  Shams: and thanks for annotating (some, at least one of) them, GM Keene.
Mar-11-09  CantoQ: Slick shot on 27.Nxb7 , 26.Qf3 was very nice. I always wish for moves with two strong ideas backing them. I find your games an excellent source for instruction. Especially as here, when we are graced with your insight, and process. I thank you on behalf of the myriad of patzers, of whom I in part represent, of whom benefit greatly from such honourable interaction. Your service to Chess is perpetual and priceless. Kudos to GM Keene!
Mar-11-09  parisattack: <Shams: and thanks for annotating (some, at least one of) them, GM Keene.>

He's a Super GM of annotations! I've always found his exceptionally enlightening.

Mar-24-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  ray keene: thanks for your kind comments-i plan to get more games up soon and make chessgames.com the best possible archive of my games
Sep-06-13  Lonnie Lurko: They're super notes.

They were super when they appeared in The Spectator on 3 March 2012

http://www.accessmylibrary.com/arti...

and when they appeared in The Spectator on January 12 2008

http://www.accessmylibrary.com/arti...

and when they appeared in The Times on April 24 1999 (trust me on this one).

They were presumably just as super in any other places they have also appeared.

Sep-06-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  Dionysius1: I agree - thanks GM Keene for giving us access to the notes through your columns.
Sep-28-13  phil6875: Ray, did you consider 24. Nxf7?

24. Nxf7 axb2 25. Nxd8 bxc1Q 26. Rxc1 Rexd8 27. dxc6 bxc6 28. a4 Nd7 29. Qa2+ Nf7 30. Ne6

Sep-28-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  ray keene: amazing variation-never even crossed my mind- I played Ba1 in a flash - i will take a look -thanks!
Sep-28-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  ray keene: I had a look-its very interesting but very double-edged given the time control and the nature of the position-thanks-pls do let me know if any other such opportunities crop up!

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