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Judit Polgar vs Boris Spassky
Polgar - Spassky (1993), Budapest HUN, rd 8, Feb-12
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Breyer Defense Zaitsev Hybrid (C95)  ·  1-0
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Jul-15-08  wanabe2000: "Whereas Bobby Fischer, in Game 5 of his match with Spassky in Yugoslavia, played 15 Bg5 h6 16 Bd2, letting Spassky obtain active counterplay with 16 . . . ed!? 17 cd c5, Polgar seized an advantage in space with 15 b3 Bg7 16 d5 and soon solidified it with 19 c4, simultaneously cutting the black QB out of the fray." R. Byrne, NY Times. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpa...
Mar-04-14  celtrusco: < wanabe2000: "Whereas Bobby Fischer, in Game 5 of his match with Spassky in Yugoslavia, played 15 Bg5 h6 16 Bd2, letting Spassky obtain active counterplay with 16 . . . ed!? 17 cd c5, Polgar seized an advantage in space with 15 b3 Bg7 16 d5 and soon solidified it with 19 c4..."> Sorry, but this comment relates to game nš2, and we are in the game nš8.
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