Earlier today, I found out that my USATE win against Steve Jesseph appeared in Sunday's (4/20) Newark Star-Ledger.
Since, I didn't submit the game, I'm doubly-honored that it was published. Unfortunately, wondering which partie was used made this cheap SOB buy the article!
Pete Tamburro was kind enough to say that 37.g4+! was "dandy" + "inspired"; and to not mention that 29.Re6? = was mistaken (29.Rh4 +/- was correct).
But he's wrong about 22.Rfe1 = being a "lapse". It was a fine move that set-up the 24.Nxd5! desperado.
Anyway, this time, he got the names & colors right! :-)
P.S. - I'm having problems uploading diagrams to Blogger at the moment. So, I'll add them to the story and post my notes tomorrow. Also, thanks to Greg Tomkovich for the tip.
4/24, 1:03 p.m. - Still can't upload diagrams but I've posted a java-replay and PGN file with full annotations to the Jesseph game and 2 easier USATE contests.