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Robert James Fischer vs Roy Hoppe
Clock simul, 10b (1964) (exhibition), Davis, CA USA, Apr-16
French Defense: Winawer. Advance Variation General (C16)  ·  1-0



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Dec-23-06  technical draw: A Fischer game with no kibitzing. Now I see why. There is no hope for black.
Dec-23-06  malthrope: <technical draw> Well I was there and witnessed the Fischer - Davis 10 board clock simul 'live!' After Bobby won the pawn on 'g7' followed by the 'steamroller of pawn breaks' with 23. f5 > 24. d5 > 25. e6 all Roy could do was to extend his hand and resign! ;-)
Dec-23-06  technical draw: <malthrope> Great! Must be nice to have met all those great players I only read about.
Dec-23-06  malthrope: <technical draw> It was a pretty crushing affair! Fischer - 10 vs. Opponents - 0 ~lol~ Wonder how the 'B team' would have done? Bobby played great some mighty fine chess that night! ;-)
Dec-24-06  RookFile: 33... Rhg8 34. Qg6+ Kh8 35. Qh6+ Rh7 36. Qxh7 mate
Aug-03-09  Xeroxx: merry christmas
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  whiteshark: <Aug-03-09 <Xeroxx: <merry christmas>>> A bit too soon or much to late. ;D
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  whiteshark: I'm not inconveniencing you, I Hoppe.
Aug-25-10  Damianx: Would of loved to see him live must of been something else
Feb-25-13  Damianx: i envy you malthrope thanks
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  TheFocus: From a clock simul in Davis, California on April 16, 1964.

Fischer scored +10=0-0.

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