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Chess Classic

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Nunn v
Short Jeremy James introduces the local derby in this international chess tournament from Brussels, with England's Nigel Short playing his old adversary John Nunn. Short needs a win to keep his place among the leaders while Nunn, trailing badly, desperately needs a win just to stay in the tournament.
Comments from Bill Hartston Videotape editor JOHN PAROUSSI Producer WENDY STURGESS
(The moves are on Ceefax page 268)

Contributors

Introduces: Short Jeremy James
Unknown: Nigel Short
Unknown: John Nunn.
Unknown: Bill Hartston
Editor: John Paroussi
Producer: Wendy Sturgess

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