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Harlow Bussey Daly vs Joseph Lyon Rauch
44th US Open (1943), Syracuse, NY USA, rd 1, Aug-18
Formation: Queen Pawn Game: London System (D02)  ·  1-0

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Jul-14-21
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  Phony Benoni: This game, oritinally scheduled for round 1 on August 14, was postponed and played on August 18, the off day.
Jul-14-21
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  FSR: 41...Qa2? was a bad mistake.
Jul-14-21
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  Phony Benoni: Yeah, Ol' Harlow B. got away with one here. But the strength of 42.Qe1 had to be hard to anticipate. Black still had some advantage, but the defense is surprisingly difficult.
Jul-14-21  RookFile: It looks like white was getting slapped around, but set a trap and it worked.
Jul-15-21
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  FSR: <Phony Benoni> Wouldn't be surprising if there was a time scramble and Rauch played his 41st move, and maybe his 42nd, without being sure he'd made the time control. It seems that 42...Rb2! would have given White no more than a perpetual.

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October, p. 280 [Game 120 / 1980]
from Chess Review 1943 by Phony Benoni
Round 1, Wednesday, 8/18 (postponed from 8/14): CR 1943:280]
from US Open 1943, Syracuse by Phony Benoni

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