3-Way Tie In Chess Play

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Asbury Park Press, Asbury Park, New Jersey, Wednesday, December 24, 1958 - Page 23

3-Way Tie In Chess Play
NEW YORK (AP) — Defending Champion Bobby Fischer of Brooklyn and former titleholder Samuel Reshevsky of Spring Valley, N.Y., pulled into a deadlock with Larry Evans of New York last night in the U.S. Chess Championships.
With five rounds completed and six more to go, Fischer, the teenager; Reshevsky a world Grand Master, and Evans all have 3-1 records.
Fischer fought to a draw with Paul Benko, a Hungarian refugee in 29 moves while Reshevsky turned back Ray Weinstein, a Brooklyn College student, in 28 moves.
The match between Evans and Charles Kalne of Philadelphia was adjourned after 40 moves.
James Sherwin of New York, who is in fourth place with a 3-2 mark, whipped Don Byrne of Valparaiso, Ind., in 36 moves.

3-Way Tie In Chess Play

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