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Albert Pinkus vs Fred Reinfeld
Ventnor City (1941), Ventnor City, NJ USA, rd 7, Jul-10
Spanish Game: Closed. Bogoljubow Variation (C91)  ·  0-1

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Feb-24-20
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  wordfunph: one of my fave authors, bravo Reinfeld!
Feb-24-20  Petrosianic: LOL at the fact that you're not cheering his victory, only his name.
Feb-25-20
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  wordfunph: bravo victory!
Feb-26-20
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  Yuridmi: Irving Chernev, I. A. Horowitz and Fred Reinfeld were my childhood chess authors in the 1960s. Each played some pretty good over-the-board games through the years.

In the game above Reinfeld induces his opponent to chop up his own pawns into a network of inefficient pawn islands. Instructive!

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July / August, p. 87 [Game 105 / 6722]
from American Chess Bulletin 1941 by Phony Benoni
June / July, p. 125 [Game 55 / 1638]
from Chess Review 1941 by Phony Benoni
Spanish Game: Closed. Bogoljubow Var (C91) 0-1
from Red Robin Riding Hood went around by fredthebear

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