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Miguel Cuellar Gacharna vs Robert James Fischer
Sousse Interzonal (1967), Sousse TUN, rd 4, Oct-23
Benoni Defense: Classical Variation. Averbakh-Grivas Attack (A71)  ·  0-1



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May-28-04  drukenknight: Fischer at Souza. Another dull one. Again Bobby breaks apart that fianchetto formation, a recurring Bobby theme. In this case Cuellar plays it too cautiously, what about 10 Qa4+?
May-29-04  drukenknight: more souza, white needed to play 26 f3 otherwise the N fork on e2 will mess him up. The K eventually has go up to g3 to avoid B/N mates. Wonder how deep Fischer saw all that?
May-23-07  Resignation Trap: Fischer gained excellent compensation for his sacrificed pawn (13...b5).

Cuellar's 30.Nf5?? pitches a Piece.

Dec-03-13  Lollya: b5, c4, Ng4, f6, Bg4!! so man strong moves by Fischer. Opening, middlegame, endgame
Dec-03-13  RookFile: <Wonder how deep Fischer saw all that?>

He usually saw things deeply.

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  andrewjsacks: Late resignation.
Dec-31-17  alphamaster: A relatively uknown gem from Fischer
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