In 1975, I played in the World Class Championship in Vancouver, British Columbia. The open section was won by Paul Keres. I took 5th place in the Class section. One of my games was a pure swindle and I was lucky to win. The game appeared in Chess Informant 19, game 297. The opening (Wall variation) made it in the next volume of Encyclopedia of Chess Openings (Alekhine's Defense, although it started out as a Sicilian). The endgame appeared in the May, 1976 issue of Chess Life. Here is my greatest swindle in tournament play. And check out my analysis of the game. See how many mates you can find.