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Robert James Fischer vs Fridrik Olafsson
Mar del Plata (1960), Mar del Plata ARG, rd 7, Apr-05
Sicilian Defense: Canal Attack. Main Line (B52)  ·  1-0

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Oct-05-06  lopium: 32.Rc8 was probably a blunder. What about 13.a6 Nxd6, 14.Qxd6, Nf5 ?? I donĀ“t see why not 13.a6.
Mar-21-08  Coleman: Isolated F5 pawn keep his Queen stationary for too long. He really needed to exchange those rooks. But I definately think he missed the sac.
Jan-16-09  notyetagm: 34 ?


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34 ♖e1-e7! <remove the guard: f5>


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Jan-08-17  Paint My Dragon: Some background info and a link to Spassky's translated annotations to this game have been provided by Douglas Griffin here ...

https://dgriffinchess.wordpress.com...

Jun-22-17
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  keypusher: <Paint my Dragon>. Thanks for that link! This seems to have been the only time Fischer played 3.Bb5+ in a serious game.
Jun-22-17
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  keypusher: <keypusher>

<This seems to have been the only time Fischer played 3.Bb5+ in a serious game.>

Not literally true, but you know what I mean.

Fischer vs V Bergraser, 1967

Jul-24-17
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  kbob: paraphrasing from Paint My Dragon source: It is interesting to note that after the game Soviet grandmasters (that is, Bronshtein and Spassky) proposed for Black 8...f5. Fischer responded disapprovingly to this move, but nonetheless during analyis he did not manage to obtain an advantage. It continued thus:
9. ef5 Qf5
10. d4 cd4
11. cd4 Nf6
12. Nc3 Nd5. Black has good play.

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