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Boris Spassky vs Robert James Fischer
Fischer - Spassky (1992), Sveti Stefan & Belgrade YUG, rd 24, Oct-24
Sicilian Defense: Chameleon (B20)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Aug-10-07
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  RookFile: Fischer shows off his all around knowledge of the Sicilian, by transposing Spassky's slow set-up into a dragon defense, and then removing the teeth from white's set-up.
Nov-15-09  WhiteRook48: 12...h6
Oct-26-12
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  Joshka: This was played October 24th, Belgrade.
Oct-26-12
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  harrylime: Why not an immediate 18.c4 from Spassky instead of 18.b3 ? Looking to push along with c5 if black plays b5 ...

I like Fischers' 27.. a6 .. kind of highlights Boris' exposed king a little..

Jun-28-16
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  RookFile: But if you push on by with c5 at some point black drops his knight into c4. I guess the goal of b3 is to rule that out before the complications start.

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