From the October 1965 issue of Nick Kampars' Opening Adventures:
In the July,1965 issue of "Chess", edited by B.H. Wood, a contest for brilliant games was terminated with the following comment: "Our second great contest for brilliant games of 25 moves or less drew 129 entries from all parts of the world.... we have decided to divide the two cash prizes between three competitors,all from overseas: Dr. R. Cherubim,Saarland, Germany; D. Gedult,Paris,France ; and K. Winterton, Ottawa,Canada" . The following game from this contest was a BDG., a "natural" brilliancy. It was played at the Cercle Cassia, Paris,in March, 1965. Notes are by the winner.
|Gedult, David - Mazzoni, Dr. N.|
|1-0 (Cercle Caissa, Paris) 3/1965|