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Kenneth S Rogoff vs Robert Eugene Byrne
Biel Interzonal (1976), Biel SUI, rd 9, Jul-22
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Panno Variation (E63)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Mar-13-12  ephesians: My guess is that Byrne had studied the entire game in home analysis, before this was even played.
Mar-13-12  AlanPardew: Well, it wouldn't have been much help studying the entire game in home analysis after it was played.
Mar-14-12  Bobby Spassky: "AlanPardew: Well, it wouldn't have been much help studying the entire game in home analysis after it was played."

Yes, nobody learns from their mistakes.

Mar-14-12  King Death: <Bobby Spassky: "AlanPardew: Well, it wouldn't have been much help studying the entire game in home analysis after it was played." Yes, nobody learns from their mistakes.>

Some players never do, just like people in real life. Santayana got it right a long time ago.

Jul-05-18  Howard: CL&R told the interesting anecdote back in late 1976 that when Rogoff and Byrne were going over their game afterwards, they at one point were studying a hypothetical position that may have occurred in the opening phase. At that point, Csom happened to stroll by. He glanced at the position for a few moments, and then he quickly played a rook sacrifice. As he was walking away, he said "over his shoulder" that he and some other Hungarians had studied that position a few years ago.
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