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Samuel Reshevsky vs Miguel Najdorf
Dallas (1957), Dallas, TX USA, rd 3, Dec-02
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Huebner. Rubinstein Variation (E42)  ·  1-0
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Apr-30-04  AdrianP: 27. Re8+! was a nice shot... easy to miss.
Apr-12-05  aw1988: Check out the shifting attack!
Apr-12-05  RookFile: Reshevsky was very strong in the
NimzoIndian, on either side of the
board. He beat an awful lot of famous
names with his familiarity in the Nimzo.
Dec-17-05  DeepBlade: Undermining with 27.Re8+
Feb-16-09
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  sleepyirv: 32...Ne4? I know Reshevsky fell into some swindles before but this is ridiculous...
Nov-24-10
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  Fusilli: <RookFile: Reshevsky was very strong in the NimzoIndian, on either side of the board.>

Indeed. And his games with Najdorf are particularly interesting.

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