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Pros and Cons: Peter Walker and Ralph West in another of their arguments. Last time it was Listening... what will it be today?
Pioneers: From time to time one of the pioneering' spirits of radio and recording visits Sound: 3: CECIL WATTS
Produced by Marguerite Cutforth
The panel discusses questions submitted by listeners Guest panellists
A. J. Horsnell and R. Rougier They bid the following hand Dealer, East: love-all +
South makes a minimum bid in Diamonds on the first round Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin
White: Bobby Fischer with Leonard Barden (second) Black: Peter Clarke and Jonathan Penrose
The latest moves
(10) QxKt, Q-R4; (11) Castles, B-B3; (12) K-Ktl, B-K2; (13) B-KKt2
Notes on a Simultaneous Display
Six of the leading entrants in last year's ' Poisoned Pawn ' Competition played against the Hungarian Grandmaster LASZLO SZABO , who is here introduced by R. G. Wade *
The Champion's Chess
Peter Clarke discusses points of master-play in games by Mikhail Tal
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