Previously we were looking at Position 1 in the Times Little Book Of Chess Plagiarism.
Let's have a little look at Position 2.
You think Ray might have stolen those notes from somewhere else?
Pages 222-224, specifically.
Here's the first note
and the original, complete with Botvinnik attribution that Ray omits to give.
Here's the second
and its, ah, inspiration.
Anyone for three-in-a-row?
Seen this one before?
Of course. Twice before, strictly speaking, since Ray plagiarised this set of notes in the Times on 20 August 2011 and 6 June 2013, the second of this one of his ten-in-a-row run.
And now a third time.
But it's copyright Ray, yeah?
No it isn't. It's plagiarism and copyright theft.
Think there's more?
Course there's more.
[Thanks to Angus French and Pablo Byrne]
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