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Robert James Fischer vs Kermit Pransky
Simul, 53b (1964), Boston, MA USA, May-10
French Defense: Winawer. Advance Variation (C18)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jul-07-11
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  TheFocus: Here is another game I submitted.

It originally appeared in <Bobby Fischer Uncensored> by David DeLucia.

Nov-06-12  Jonje: A short, sharp game from Fischer. Can someone tell me the reason for 13. a4
Nov-06-12
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  Calli: a4 is a common move in the French to allow Ba3 and often to keep Black pieces out of a4. In this case, however, Fischer probably planned Ra3-Rg3.
Nov-09-12  Jonje: Thanks Calli.
Nov-09-12
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  beatgiant: <Jonje>
Still, looks to me like 13. h5+ would have won a move sooner. It was only a simul game, after all.
Dec-06-17
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  MissScarlett: <Kermit Defrock>
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