It's Your Move by Russ Kime

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It's Your Move by Russ Kime - It's Your Move By RUSS KIME John Oberg...
It's Your Move By RUSS KIME John Oberg continued to mow down all the opposition as he posted win No. 5 In the city chess tournament last Monday night. The victim was club president Herman Zierke who failed to counter with suf ficient vigor In a Sicilian De fence. Oberg now needs only one win to clinch a tie for first, with two rounds of play remaining. Bernard Gill, who has already lost to Oberg holds second with 4 points, as he won from County champ Art Domsky. The results of round 5; the current standings: Obrf t Zlrk Ulll i romk Butttrthofl : 1 Tubntr Kuni - Fni;rthl Kinie Rommtrl Bye Byrd Lumen 1 rnn Manrtrl 1 Kroll 1 Standings: Oberf Mcrl Muck ftnmltl Wellt Lnkot ' Pommeri Kroll , MrUrrmlit Nrhwartl Blak DEFENCE etui u 3'. 3" r i 3 a'i it 3" Huttnhorf Zierke Bvrd lrMn DomnkT . Kuni Klmt Tetibnrr Fsan InnUtht SICILIAN 3 While Oberg 1. P-K4 3. N-KBJ 1. P-04 4. NxP a. N-nj 6. B-K3 7. B-K3 I. N-N3 t. P-H4 10. P-N4 11. P-KH4 13. PxH 13. P-m - BLfk CJ-Q4 Zlrrk.in. O-O-O P'4'4'1. fl-K H4 , I. HPP PxP!20. PUP N-KPJ ,31. H-N1 P-rj3. B-H P-KN I 3J. N-Q3 B-N'i 24, N-H3 . v O-Olll. NxN 7- r-Qinin. Q-m N-4J 27. H-H4 BxNrh SB. SJ-N3 Q-na 2D. hxu N-KB3 R-Di K-q'.! BPxP PxP n-N3 R-B3 B-K3 B-NS PxN , P-N4 Rexliinx , p-Ki;fnr li mutt lot t 15. NPxP ' I KPxHiltut piece Y JUNIOR TOURNAMtNT Youthful chess aspirants will again have the opportunity to test their playing skill in the 3d annual Y. Junior tournament starting next Saturday aftcr noon at 2 p.m. Herman Zierke will again serve as tournament director in the event which has drawn up to 40 entrants In past years. Bob Barth, the first year's winner, finished second last year to Larry Sommers The Racine chess club will again donate prizes to the highest finishers in the seven week event. Any boys Inter ested are welcome to enter, whether members of the Y or not. When possible Zierke will preface each round of play by a brief period of instruction on chess theory and practice. FISCHER COPS ROSENWALD Young Bobby Fischer, who last year won Just about every American chess honor,. includ ing the U.S. championship (junior, open, and U.S. C.F.). forced Donald Byrne to accept a draw in the final round of this year's Rosenwald U. S C F. tournament to assure himself a clear win. Fischer went undefeated in the event, and won over Reshevsky in their individual game to. drop the Western Hemisphere champion to second place. Fischer had the added satis faction of finishing higher than Pal Benko, who placed third to Fischer's fifth in the-recent Interzonal at Potoroz, Yugo slavia, though, both qualified for the . World Candidates tournament 'coming up this summer. ' ' ' With no notable exception the field in the Rosenwald in eluded all the strongest play ers in the U.S. Fischer, thus - l remains the "man't to beat,

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  1. The Journal Times,
  2. 11 Jan 1959, Sun,
  3. Page 39

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