Conel Hugh O’Donel Alexander–Zdravko Milev 1954
Another blunder came against our hero earlier: in Hilversum zt 1947, where Alexander tied for fifth with Szabo, earning a respectable 7.5/13. His opponent, O’Sullivan, was not a bad player, but Irish chess players rarely played in international tournaments back then, and O’Sullivan was out of his league. He scored 0.5/13, with several blunders such as this. According to Harry Golombek, “his play was worse than his score.” Ouch.
Conel Hugh O’Donel Alexander–Bartholomew O’Sullivan 1947
Another O’Sullivan blunder from the same tournament follows.
Bartholomew O’Sullivan–Nicholas Rossolimo
That's all the time I have right now; Sorry it's short.
More next time.