|Oct-27-04|| ||Apocalypse79: 34.Rg2 Bd4 35... Rh8 ... White king may be isolated in h1 square. |
|May-28-05|| ||Whitehat1963: Is this one of the games that Fischer played via teletype? (Opening of the Day)|
|Sep-13-05|| ||mofisch: after 28... Rf2, why doesn't black go for: 29:Qh4 Kg7 30Qh7 ++????|
|Sep-13-05|| ||kamiel: because of 30. ... Kxf6|
|Sep-13-05|| ||peabody88: Maybe there was a little bit of chance for white in the following line:29.h4+ g7 30.xf2 xf2 31.xf2 xf2 32.e4|
|May-03-08|| ||KingG: The standard exchange sacrifice 14...Rxc3!? was also very interesting. 14...Rxc3 15.bxc3 Nxe4(15...Qc7!?) 16.Nxe4 Bxe4, with a complicated position that is probably easier to play for Black.
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This exchange sacrifice would have been even stronger if White had played 14.Bg5 instead of 14.Be3, because the virtually forced exchange of dark-squared bishops favours Black. Also, after the other attempt to fight for the d5 square, 14.Nh5, 14...Rxc3 is again strong.
However, in the game, Fischer's 14...Nb6, just adding further control to the d5 square, is probably a safer way to get an advantage.
|May-13-10|| ||thegoodanarchist: If you like tactical chess this is a good game to look over.|
|Sep-07-12|| ||Luigi Bros: For black: 18.Bxd5 Nxd5 19.Qxd5 Rc5 20.Qb3 Qd2 21.Rfd1 Qf2 22.Rac1 Bg5 23.Rb1 Rxc2 24.Rg1 Rfc8|
In another variation:
18.Bxd5 Nxd5 19.Qxd5 Rc5 20.Qd1 Rfc8 21.Rc1 Bg5 22.Rf3 Qxc1 23.Qxc1 Bxc1
18.Bxd5 Nxd5 19.Qxd5 Rc5 20.Rfe1 Qf2 21.Qb3 Rxc2 22.Rf1 Qxg2#
|Sep-07-12|| ||RookFile: Robatsch's play through move 20 is completely logical, based upon control over d5 - and it lands him in a practically lost position.|
|Sep-07-12|| ||perfidious: <RookFile> IIRC, according to Levy in How Fischer Plays Chess, Robatsch cabled Fischer after the game to ask where he had gone wrong and was astonished to be told that the whole variation was worthless.|