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Arthur Feuerstein vs Robert James Fischer
Third Rosenwald Trophy (1956), New York, NY USA, rd 4, Oct-10
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Panno Variation (E63)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Aug-28-04  wall: White could play 20.Bh3 with more threats than the game move 20.Rc2. Instead of 23.f3 to get out of check, perhaps 23.Kg1 is better. 26.Nxb2 is correct since 26.Rxb2 fails to 26...Rf5, trapping the queen. In the game, White retreat his queen after 27.Qa4, but why not 27.Rc5. Now, after 27.Qa4, is White's queen trapped after 27...Rb5, threatening 28...Ra8 and winning the exchange?after 31.exf3 Black could then play 31...Rd5, threatening 32...Rd2. White then must play 32.Rc2.
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  phenstyle: White should've won this lol
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  WannaBe: Computer analysis complete, plenty of misplays by both sides, but remember, Bobby was only 13 then...
Feb-03-21  Petrosianic: Also remember you haven't actually shown, or checked, any analysis at all, just offered a vague assurance that he did something or other wrong, and asked us not to be too hard on him for whatever it is we're talking about. Um, okay. Will do.

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