Pertinacity Wins

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Re: Pertinacity Wins

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Tue Dec 13, 2005 11:45 pm

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Re: Pertinacity Wins

Postby Lindus Edwards on Wed Dec 14, 2005 12:01 am

Yep, that's a white win for sure, lol. Newell Banks missed it though in important play!
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Re: Pertinacity Wins

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Wed Dec 14, 2005 1:55 am

Lindus Edwards wrote:Newell Banks missed it though in important play!


Hi, Lindus ! Yes, you right about solution - white wins :idea:

I hope - it maybe interesting for you and others - N. Banks and several other fine famous horrible blunders you can find in my book SIXTH. In our match WCM 2002, game #24 Elbert Lowder lost a piece and game just right after we finished opening moves (failed one for two).

Later someone asked me - how it is possible in the World Championship ??? This question gave me an idea for book. :lol: I will publish most famous horrible blunders in checkers history, including Tinsley to Oldbury, Horr to Jordan, me to Ron King WCM 2000 and many, many more. I want especially thanks Mr. Richard Fortman - who contrubuted several less known excellent blunders for my book.

I had very solid requirements to blunders - it has to be most horrible stupid :roll: , and calibre of event - the highest: World Championships or Nationals, Masters

Rush to buy SIXTH :lol: 8) :wink: :P

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