On the recent 2007 Kellner Memorial event, Charles writes:
The big game between the top two seeds occurred in Round 4; and it did not disappoint! Dejan Antic, playing Black, misplayed some tactics to end up in an inferior position against Johny Bolens; but Johny, content with a draw, liquidated to a drawish ending. Dejan did not want a draw, so he then took some risks to try and win and ended up a pawn down; he outplayed Johny from there, won his pawn back into a superior rook and pawn ending and could indeed have won, but misplayed it in time pressure to end up drawing a marathon in over 100 moves.
You can actually read IA Zworestine's full report here on the NSWCA website. (I never thought to check there first as that dang website is, well, you can fill in the blanks for me).
That's probably our last post for the weekend dear readers. I'm off early to the Manly Food & Wine Festival tomorrow. Other than chess, I like my vino and I most especially love my food!