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The 44th annual running of the District’s Atlantic Open begins three days of play Friday at its traditional location at the Westin Washington Hotel on Thomas Circle. Spectating is free, and there will be books and chess paraphernalia for sale at the site as well. For more information, call 845/496-9658 or visit www.chesstour.com.

Teesside Grandmaster Tournament, Teesside, England, 1972

Bilek-Gligoric

1. c4 Nf6   2. Nc3 g6   3. g3 Bg7   4. Bg2 0-0   5. d3 c6   6. e4 d6   7. Nge2 Nbd7   8. 0-0 e5   9. h3 Nh5   10. Kh2 Nc5   11. Be3 Ne6   12. d4 c5   13. dxc5 dxc5   14. Nd5 Nd4   15. f4 Be6   16. f5 Bxd5   17. exd5 Nf6   18. g4 gxf5   19. gxf5 Kh8   20. Nc3 e4   21. Kh1 Rg8   22. Bg5 Bf8   23. Nxe4 Nxe4   24. Bxd8 Ng3+   25. Kg1 Rxd8   26. Rf3 Bd6   27. Qd3 Rde8   28. Raf1 Nxf1   29. Rxf1 Ne2+   30. Kh1 Ng3+   31. Kg1 Nxf1   32. Kxf1 Rg3   33. Qd1 Reg8   34. Qh5 Rxg2   35. Qxf7 Be5   36. f6 Bd4   White resigns

World Junior Championship, Athens, August 2012

Grandelius-Ipatov

1. d4 Nf6   2. c4 e6   3. Nf3 Nc6   4. a3 d6   5. Nc3 g6   6. g3 Bg7   7. Bg2 0-0   8. 0-0 a6   9. d5 Na5   10. Nd2 Rb8   11. b4 Nxc4   12. Nxc4 Nxd5   13. Nxd5 Bxa1   14. Bh6 Bg7   15. Bxg7 Kxg7   16. Qd4+ f6   17. Nc3 d5   18. Na5 c5   19. Qf4 Bd7   20. Rd1 b6   21. Nb3 c4   22. Nd2 e5   23. Qf3 d4   24. Nd5 Rc8   25. e4 c3   26. Nf1 Bb5   27. h4 f5   28. Rc1 Bc4   29. h5 b5   30. hxg6 hxg6   31. g4 Qg5   32. Qg3 Rfe8   33. gxf5 Qxg3   34. f6+ Kf8   35. fxg3 Bxd5   36. exd5 e4   37. d6 Rcd8   38. g4 e3   39. g5 e2   40. Kf2 d3   41. Ne3 Rxe3   42. Rh1 e1=Q+   White resigns

David R. Sands can be reached at 202/636-3178 or by email at dsands@washingtontimes.com.