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Samuel Reshevsky vs Carel Benjamin van den Berg
Amsterdam (1950), Amsterdam NED, rd 3, Nov-14
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Reshevsky Variation (E46)  ·  1-0
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Mar-12-04  refutor: interesting middlegame play by reshevsky
Feb-07-05  Whitehat1963: Beautiful play from the player of the day.
Sep-06-10
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  Chessmensch: Bruce Pandolfini discusses this game in the September 2010 Chess Life.
Nov-19-11
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  plang: 12..Nc6 works out poorly; Pandolfini recommends 12..Bb7 instead.
Apr-30-15
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  zydeco: 23.Bh5! is a shot - black's moves before then look reasonable but it turns out that f7 is really weak.

It's nice (and relatively rare) to see Reshevsky play sharp, attacking chess.

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