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Old July 14th 03, 06:42 AM posted to alt.chess
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Default Fischer Trivia

In the 1963-64 U.S. Championship, 20 yr. old, Bobby Fisher
was in the process of winning his sixth straight national title.
In a game, Fisher vs Weinstein, white played the Ruy Lopez.
With a lost game, Black's time elapsed on move 36.
How much time was left on Fisher's clock?

Does anyone know where I might find this?

 




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