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This game was played in the 1977 Finals of the Puerto Rico Chess Championship. I had been playing chess for 5 years, and this was my peak!
My opponent played a dubious opening, and I capitalized....
Our game was over in about 10 minutes! I looked around, and most of the other games had done less than 5 moves!
You're very welcome, Spirit.
Very nice and instructive. Thanks a lot.
My opponent was a National Master, so he was above 2200...
Hi, HyperDragon! I won that tournament, the Championship of my country, in 1977.
Nice game!! :-) You gotta enjoy those early wins :D
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