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Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian vs Robert James Fischer
Bled-Zagreb-Belgrade Candidates (1959), Bled, Zagreb & Belgrade YUG, rd 23, Oct-19
Queen's Gambit Declined: Tartakower Defense. General (D58)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Feb-11-06  Resignation Trap: A photo of this game in progress with Petrosian about to make his fifth move: http://www.chesschamps.com/show_ima... .
Apr-23-09  WhiteRook48: I wish the names were reversed... then Fischer would have played 1 d4
Dec-08-09  raychandler: 22. Ne5! leads to a big advantage for White.
Dec-08-09  tonsillolith: <I wish the names were reversed... then Fischer would have played 1 d4>

No, then Naisortep Nargit would have played 1 d4.

Sep-29-14
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  kingscrusher: It doesn't seem that much of a large advantage for the missed 22.Ne5

Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian - Robert James Fischer, Bled-Zagreb-Belgrade Candidates 1959


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Analysis by Stockfish 5 64 SSE4.2:

1. (0.50): 22.Ne5 Qe6 23.Nd7 Rfe8 24.Qd3 Bg5 25.f4 Be7 26.e4 Qc6 27.Qc2 Qe6 28.R1d2 Ra8 29.Rd1 Qg6 30.Qd3 2. (0.33): 22.e4 Rfe8 23.e5 Be7 24.Nh2 Qa4 25.Ng4 Rxd5 26.Rxd5 f6 3. = (0.05): 22.Qc2 Rfe8 23.e4 Qc7 24.Kf1 g6 25.Kg1 Rxd5 26.Rxd5 Kh7 27.Qd3 Kg7 28.Kf1 Re7 29.Qe3 Kg8 30.e5 Bg7

Sep-29-14  MarkFinan: Kingscrusher.. What do you think of this position *if* after 25..Ra8 26.Qc6 ..Qxc6 (not exactly forced but still looks the best move) 27.bxQ ...Rc8 28.e5 ...Bd8 (again not exactly forced but looks best)


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Now I like Rd7 here.

Black has a problem with his 2 major pieces tied down yet white has the knight spare! I won't tell you what the engine thinks after a 20 min gander, but would you feel comfortable picking up from here with white against a player of your equal strength? I think I would (not your strength, lol.. Mine) ✌

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