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Reuben Fine vs Alexander Kevitz
New York (1932), New York, NY USA, rd 2, Oct-09
Benoni Defense: Classical Variation. General (A70)  ·  1-0


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Nov-17-05  PARACONT1: For sheer economy of play, no one will ever be able to match Fine. He wins effortlessly.
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  SwitchingQuylthulg: Yep, very much agreed. Fine's own comments of this game, in The Middlegame in Chess, always gives me a smile of delight. He gives 3...c5 a question mark, then the next comment is after move 18: "White obviously has an overwhelming position", which the reader should apparently take as the logical outcome of Black's weak 3...c5. What follows is a neat conversion of his edge. Could it really be that 3...c5 loses by force...?
Jun-26-09  WhiteRook48: well after 5...d6 it looks like the Benoni
Jul-28-09  WhiteRook48: so play 6 e4
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: How opening theory has grown. Of course 6...Bg7 is the modern Benoni, and perfectly playable, as Tal demonstrated on quite a few occasions. Black's 6th and 7th moves are the real mistakes.
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