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Robert James Fischer vs Stephen Sholomson
US Junior Open (1957), San Francisco, CA USA, rd 6, Jul-??
Pirc Defense: Classical Variation. Two Knights System (B08)  ·  1-0

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Sep-03-04  wall: 24...Bf6 allows 25.Nxf7+, winning. Perhaps 24...Rc7, holding the pawn. The final move, 30.Re7 threatens mate with 31.Qh7 mate. If 30...Rg7, then 31.Rxg7 Kxg7 32.d6 with an easy win.
Aug-06-05  lopium: Why not 24.Ne7?
Aug-07-05  aw1988: Because of 24...Bf6.
Aug-07-05  lopium: Ahhh, yes, i didn;t see the G line... thankxz.
Aug-08-05  RookFile: just from an initial play through, it doesn't seem like black was that strong of a player, an expert could have won this.
Aug-08-05  lopium: Do you know an expert who could have won that one? I said one, not two or more.
Jul-16-09  TheFocus: Opponent's name is Stephen.

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