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Rodolfo Tan Cardoso vs Robert James Fischer
Fischer - Cardoso (1957), New York, NY USA, rd 5, Sep-15
Sicilian Defense: Prins Variation. Venice Attack (B55)  ·  0-1



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Kibitzer's Corner
Sep-03-04  wall: Maybe 32.a3 is a loss of tempo and White should play 32.Ne4 first. The game ends after 36...a5 since 37.Kd5 f4 38.gxf4+ Kxf4 39.Kxc4 h4 will queen the rook pawn.
Dec-20-08  Travis Bickle: Another game from todays "Opening Of The Day"
The plan of Bobby Fischer: 1 Get the initiative 2 get a slight edge 3 play superior endgame tactics.
Oct-29-11  jffun1958: 37. Ke6 f4 38. gxf4+ Kxf4

37. f4+ Kg4 38. Kf6 Kxg3 39. Kf5 h4

Aug-12-12  Cemoblanca: May I introduce: Zug & Zwang! ;0)
Aug-12-12  Jim Bartle: "May I introduce: Zug & Zwang!" Nice.
Aug-12-12  Cemoblanca: <Jim Bartle> Thanks Jim! Just a little pun before bedtime! ;0) Cheers!
Oct-11-12  technical draw: Amazing move 34..f5! Giving up an important pawn looks absurd, but everything was coldly calculated.
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