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Robert James Fischer vs Auner
Unknown (1960)
Sicilian Defense: Smith-Morra Gambit. Declined Push Variation (B21)  ·  1-0


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Apr-13-04  think13: Why resign? I know I must be missing something. Isn't black fine after exd6 Qxd6 Nd7?
Apr-13-04  Carroll: exd6 Qxd6 Nd7 e5 and I do not think the King can survive in the center. Also e5 immediately without Qxd6 might be an idea but it is clearly not needed as e5 must be winning.
Apr-13-04  Calculoso: crafty, can you help us out here?
Apr-14-04  notsodeepthought: I think white regains the piece after 10 ...e:d6 11 Q:d6 Nbd7 12 Bb5 Qe6 13 Ne5.
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  tamar: Probably an incomplete score. Note 10 e5! Bf5 11 Nd6+ is a brilliant win, and all other replies to 10 e5 fail too.
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  crafty: 10. ... exd6 11. ♕xd6 ♘bd7 12. ♗b5 ♕e6 13. ♕xe6+ fxe6   (eval 1.24; depth 15 ply; 1000M nodes)
Apr-20-04  Lawrence: This is what <ughaibu> calls "a monkeys' teaparty." In this case they all agree on the moves but squabble about the evaluation: crafty 1.24, Hiarcs 1.04, Fritz 0.75, and Junior 0.38. My guess is that <tamar> is correct.
Aug-19-04  Peter Trujillo: whites 10th move is a perminant sacrifice. White gets a big attack and a sustained initiative. Blacks moves from now on must be extremely accurate. White will eventually win back the material. I would not like to play the black pieces in this position, however black should try and fight this one out. It is not very easy for white either.
Aug-02-05  ArturoRivera: 3.-...d3 what a coward!
Aug-28-05  Helios727: I had Chessmaster 8000 play itself after the 12.Bb5 line and the game went: 1. e4 c5 2. d4 cxd4 3. c3 d3 4. Qxd3 d6 5. Na3 g6 6. Bg5 Bg7 7. Rd1 Qa5 8. Nf3 Nf6 9. Nc4 Qxa2 10. Nxd6+ exd6 11. Qxd6 Nbd7 12. Bb5 Qe6 13. Qxe6+ fxe6 14. Ne5 Nxe4 15. Nxd7 Bxd7 16. Rxd7 a6 17. Rxg7+ axb5 18. Bc1 Nd6 19. h4 Nf7 20. h5 Ra1 21. Kd1 Kf8 22. h6 Ra6 23. Kc2 e5 24. Be3 Ke7 25. f4 Ke6 26. fxe5 b4 27. Rf1 Nxe5 28. Bg5 Ra5 29. Re7+ Kd6 30. Bf6 Nc6 31. Rxb7 Re8 32. cxb4 Ra7 33. Rd1+ Ke6 34. Rxa7 Nxa7 35. Re1+ Kf7 36. Rxe8 Kxe8 37. Kc3 Kd7 38. g4 Nb5+ 39. Kc4 Kc6 40. Be5 Na7 41. g5 Nc8 42. b5+ Kb7 43. Kd5 Nb6+ 44. Ke6 Kc8 45. Kf7 Kd7 46. Bc7 Na4 47. Kg7 Kxc7 48. Kxh7 Nxb2 49. Kxg6 Nc4 50. h7 Nd6 51. h8=Q Nxb5 52. Kf7 Nd6+ 53. Ke6 Nb7 54. g6 Nc5+ 55. Ke7 Ne4 56. Qe5+ Kb6 57. Qxe4 Kc5 58. Qe5+ Kc4 59. g7 Kd3 60. g8=Q Kc2 61. Qe2+ Kb1 62. Qg1# 1-0
Mar-18-06  McCool: Shouldn't have pulled the queen out of the way so fast.
May-01-07  bsmith: 4. Qxd3 was a mistake Bxd3 is better.
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  Benzol: It isn't in Lou Hays book of Fischer's games. I'm wondering if it is authentic?
May-25-14  jerseybob: Benzol: I'm sure there's a number of unknown Fischer games out there beside the missing ones we do know about, like the Matulovic match, his blitz game with Soltis, etc. The name "Auner" sounds German, so I'm guessing this was played during or after the Leipzig Olympiad.
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