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Larry Melvyn Evans vs Samuel Reshevsky
US Championship (1966), New York, NY USA, rd 3, Dec-14
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0
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Jul-28-14  jerseybob: I'm surprised no one's stepped up and taken a stab at this one! Scared of looking dumb? Me too, but here goes.. Reshevsky's probably in time trouble here - what else is new - but I doubt he resigned. If black plays 29..a6, does white sac with Qh5 followed by Nf6+? Tal might, but Evans? I'm gonna guess this is a time forfeit. This game doesn't seem to be in CR - again, what else is new - and I can't find any other sources on it.
Jul-28-14  Retireborn: <jerseybob> This game is in Chessbase Big Database 2002, where it's stated that Black did indeed lose on time. 29...a6 30.Qxh5 isn't sound, unfortunately, as after 30...gxh5 31.Nf6+ Kh8 32.Nxe8 Black has 32...Rxg2+ 33.Kxg2 Qc6+ picking up the stray knight. I guess the final position is just unclear then.
Jul-28-14  jerseybob: Retireborn: Thanks for the info. I've got a feeling white's got a slight pull here, but whether that's enough to win, who knows.
Jul-28-14  RookFile: It looks like Evans went into this game with a great plan for how to win this game against Reshevsky. I'm sure he had spent time preparing this King's Indian Attack in advance. Everybody remembers Fischer winning these tournaments, usually with other-worldly scores. Evans had a very good result in this tournament.
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