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Its Your Move - BAC1NE BTODAT BULLETIN Deo. 1J, 1959 Seo. 1,...
BAC1NE BTODAT BULLETIN Deo. 1J, 1959 Seo. 1, Prt 23 '' ' ' . ' J'" " '' ' ' Art Domsky, John Oberg and Ilillar Pilll moved into a three-way three-way three-way tie for the lead at the end of three rounds in the city chess tournament, with" 3-0 3-0 3-0 scores. Domsky dropped Rudy Kunz, Oberg toppled Kime and Pilli won over Schwartz. Additional Additional late entries brought the field to 26 players, a high in recent years. Round 4 will start at 8 p.m. Monday at Douglas Park, after Kimball Nedved's second lecture on the openings, from 6:45 to 7:45. PomskT ........ Kime . Kthwartl ....... 7ubner oodne .lones . I. ...... Pfculfer ....... Matrart ...... Butttnhaff Miliar . .. Bvrd .... Oranzel . ing and Tal seemingly con imiugu una against, risuier. White: FUcher I. P.Kl 3. N-KB3 N-KB3 N-KB3 J. P-Q4 P-Q4 P-Q4 4. NXP . N-QB3 N-QB3 N-QB3 1. B-QB4? B-QB4? B-QB4? 1 B-N3 B-N3 B-N3 . P-B4 P-B4 P-B4 t. Q-m Q-m Q-m 10. o-o o-o o-o 11. P-BJ P-BJ P-BJ 12. N-R4 N-R4 N-R4 13. N-K2 N-K2 N-K2 14. N-N3 N-N3 N-N3 15. B-K3 B-K3 B-K3 16. B-BJ B-BJ B-BJ 17. KR-K1 KR-K1 KR-K1 F-QB4 F-QB4 F-QB4 - PxP. M-KB3 M-KB3 M-KB3 P-QB3 P-QB3 P-QB3 P-K3 P-K3 P-K3 B-K3 B-K3 B-K3 O-O O-O O-O Q-B3 Q-B3 Q-B3 P-QN4 P-QN4 P-QN4 P-N5 P-N5 P-N5 P-K4 P-K4 P-K4 B-NJ B-NJ B-NJ QN-Q3 QN-Q3 QN-Q3 B-B3 B-B3 B-B3 Q-N3 Q-N3 Q-N3 P-Q4 P-Q4 P-Q4 BUek: Til '8. PXP IS. N-K4 N-K4 N-K4 20. P-B4 P-B4 P-B4 31. PxP 22. P-NT P-NT P-NT 23. Q-N3ct Q-N3ct Q-N3ct 34. KN-B& KN-B& KN-B& 25. BxN 2a. NxB 27. Q-K Q-K Q-K J 28. R-Kl R-Kl R-Kl 2. QxN 30. HxP 31. KxB it. K-RJ K-RJ K-RJ 33. B-Q1 B-Q1 B-Q1 34. Reiixni Kuni Oberg Pill! . ., Bnmlal Zlerka Eean 0 I Kchrader ...I ...1 ...1 ...0 Btrvker- Btrvker- Mathleu Enedahl . Krani ,. The standings: Dom.skT . Oberg .. 1'ilh .... Kuni ... Kime . . Tfubner , Zierke .. Bvrd ... Jonea Kchrader Miller . . Euan ... ..-..a ..-..a ..-..a 13dfhlal 3 3 .2 .1 ... !' tchwarti Buttcnboff Krani .... PfeuHer ... Oofine . . . , Knudahl ... Masrarl ., Btrjker . Oraoael ... Bode'au . . , .lefiriei ... JoaoU . . . . ..l.O 1 1 0 1 0 ! 1 0 0 0 I ...1 ...1 ...J .. 1 ...1 .. 1 .. 0 ...0 .. 0 ...0 .. 0 ..8 SECOND NEDVED LECTURE Kimball Nedved will tackle the second opening scheduled in his discussion series tomorrow tomorrow night at 6:45. It will concern concern the Sicilian Defense, one of Black's best fighting defenses defenses and widely played in modern tournament competition. competition. Last week's discussion of the Ruy Lopez drew several new faces into the meeting and those present demonstrated demonstrated their approval of Nedved's efforts. NATIONAL RATINGS Several local players are included included in the latest list of national national ratings, all in Class A and B. The list is a supplementary supplementary quarterly list and does not include all the local players who have ratings. Those listed are: Art Domsky, 190.7; John Oberg, 1858; Russ Kime, 1843; Herman Zierke, 1832, and Harold Harold Engdahl 1711. fischer.tal" Bobby Fischer had more than his share of troubles against Candidates Tournament winner; Tal, failing to gain even a draw, la four games. One reason might be Fischer's adherence to his favorite 6. B-QB4 B-QB4 B-QB4 In the Sicilian, which Tal had littles trouble in refuting. The move is ennsiderid mipstinnahl hv1 .L. I jnany Huuiuriues on we open-; open-; open-; NORTH CENTRAL OPEN The game below was a particularly particularly hard -fought -fought .affair from the 7tfi round of the recent recent North Central Open, with both players striving to finish with an "even" score for the tournament. Dr. Wehrley ultimately ultimately won a pawn, but was in time trouble, and failed to see the white king's escape route after 43. . . . RxRch. While: El 1. P-K4 P-K4 P-K4 1 P-Q4 P-Q4 P-Q4 J. N-QBJ N-QBJ N-QBJ 4. P-QKJ P-QKJ P-QKJ I. PxB . Q-N4 Q-N4 Q-N4 7. tjxKP I. Q-R4 Q-R4 Q-R4 I. B-KNJ B-KNJ B-KNJ 10. P-KB4 P-KB4 P-KB4 11. N-B3 N-B3 N-B3 12. N-K5 N-K5 N-K5 13. NxN? 14. B-Kl B-Kl B-Kl B-B3 B-B3 B-B3 1. K-KNl K-KNl K-KNl rMNtH PEFENSR P-K3 P-K3 P-K3 P-34 P-34 P-34 B-N4 B-N4 B-N4 BxNch PxP P-KN3 P-KN3 P-KN3 N-KB3 N-KB3 N-KB3 QN-Q3 QN-Q3 QN-Q3 Q-K3 Q-K3 Q-K3 P-KR4 P-KR4 P-KR4 O-O O-O O-O K-N3 K-N3 K-N3 BxN 16. P-N4 P-N4 P-N4 17. Q-B2 Q-B2 Q-B2 II. BxNch II. RxP 30. K-QJ K-QJ K-QJ l. B-Q3 B-Q3 B-Q3 22. BxB 23. R-R4 R-R4 R-R4 24. P-R4 P-R4 P-R4 25. RxR PxP Q-Q3 Q-Q3 Q-Q3 KxB B-N5 B-N5 B-N5 QR-Ql QR-Ql QR-Ql B-B4 B-B4 B-B4 KPxP K-N2 K-N2 K-N2 P-B4 P-B4 P-B4 KxR Blaek: Wehrley 21. K-QJ K-QJ K-QJ 27. 0-K3 0-K3 0-K3 21. K-QJ K-QJ K-QJ 21. PxP 30. P-B3 P-B3 P-B3 31. Q-B2 Q-B2 Q-B2 32. R-R3 R-R3 R-R3 33. Q-BJ Q-BJ Q-BJ ?4. X-B3 X-B3 X-B3 35. R-N3 R-N3 R-N3 36. R N4 37. K-Q3 K-Q3 K-Q3 31. P-Q5 P-Q5 P-Q5 31. R-Q4 R-Q4 R-Q4 R-Rl R-Rl R-Rl 40. Q-K3 Q-K3 Q-K3 41. Q-KSch Q-KSch Q-KSch 42. P-Q6 P-Q6 P-Q6 43. Q-K7 Q-K7 Q-K7 44. KxR 45. K-K5 K-K5 K-K5 46. K-B6 K-B6 K-B6 47. Q-Klch Q-Klch Q-Klch 41. QxPcb 4. K4 K-N2 K-N2 K-N2 Q-R3ch Q-R3ch Q-R3ch PxP i Q-QB3 Q-QB3 Q-QB3 R-Kl R-Kl R-Kl I Q-B5 Q-B5 Q-B5 R-K5 R-K5 R-K5 Q-Q4 Q-Q4 Q-Q4 P-QN3 P-QN3 P-QN3 Q-K3 Q-K3 Q-K3 R-K7ch R-K7ch R-K7ch RxP Q-Q3 Q-Q3 Q-Q3 R-R7 R-R7 R-R7 J-2 J-2 J-2 K-Ml K-Ml K-Ml rxp; RxRchl Q-RJch" Q-RJch" Q-RJch" Q-Kch Q-Kch Q-Kch 5-Q4j 5-Q4j 5-Q4j K-R2 K-R2 K-R2 QxQ Realgnai " ' :.Z WhlU Pearl ?-- ?-- ?-- Tl'j ALSO CLOCKS alarm n4 dtcerativc Jewelry & Sterling LIGHTERS ffiy RONSON jW4JL s-Si's- s-Si's- m

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  1. The Journal Times,
  2. 13 Dec 1959, Sun,
  3. Page 23

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