Dennis Dyer won the New Mexico Championship in 1985. Not long after that, he dropped out of the chess scene. He made a comeback at the 2014 Albuquerque/Rio Rancho Open and has played in several New Mexico tournaments in the last two years.
The game below, against Robert Hampton, is from the 2015 Springtime in Socorro tournament. Dennis doesn’t do anything spectacular. He just develops soundly and waits for a mistake by his opponent. When the mistake happens, he expertly converts his opportunity into a win.