naamloos: "Zurich International Chess Tournament 1953" by Bronstein mentions the following exchange of words after 8. Qxd8:
'Soon after the position had simplified, Najdorf, who was not at all adverse to a draw, asked his opponent:
"Did you play that move for a draw?"
"Does that mean you played it to win?"
"Mmm ... Partly."
"Maybe you played it to lose?!"
"I played the move which met the needs of the position."
While I will not swear to the literal accuracy of the entire dialogue, I would like to draw the reader's attention to this last retort, which so typifies Boleslavsky's thinking.'