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Arthur Bisguier vs Robert James Fischer
USA-ch (1965), New York, NY USA, rd 5, Dec-19
Torre Attack: Fianchetto Defense. Euwe Variation (A48)  ·  0-1


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Feb-13-04  capanegra: Magnificent mating attack! I wonder why nobody had kibitzed this game before. I love the move 38…♙g4!! Note also the beauty of 40…♔g7, threatening mate on column “h”, just to divert white’s defenses in order to mate in the first rank!
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  technical draw: This is typical Fischer, everything looks just fine and then, wham! Where did that come from?
Feb-13-04  Catfriend: From the pawn-weakness white had throughout the game
Apr-20-04  Benjamin Lau: Look at how easily Fischer won this game and how weakly Bisguier played throughout. Such unambitious and meaningless meandering with the pieces in the center, and such uninspired opening play! Bisguier must have been ordered to lose.
Dec-12-08  Helios727: What happens after 42. Kxh1 ?
Dec-12-08  Darek: After 42.Kh1 simple 42...Rb1+
43 Kh2 Bg3 44 Kh3 Rh1 mate :P
May-12-14  Mudphudder: Why does this kind of fantastic finish not made GOTD yet??!
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  kingscrusher: Crosstable for tournament:

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