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Samuel Reshevsky vs Vlastimil Hort
Los Angeles Interzonal Playoff (1968), Los Angeles, CA USA, rd 3, Feb-20
Gruenfeld Defense: Opocensky Variation (D94)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Sep-24-14  RookFile: Sometimes you just have to laugh at Reshevsky's openings. The position up through 6. Bd2 looks like something a 1400 rated youth might play in one of his first few tournaments. He handles the rest of the game fine, of course, but if the old warrior had just toughened up his openings he may have been champ at some point.
Sep-13-18  edubueno: 39.Rxa7 Qd3 40.Qe3 Qf5 41.Rd7 Kg7 42.Rd4 Rd8 43.Rf4 Qd3 44.Qxd3 Rxd3 45.Rb4 Rd5 46.f4 Rd2 47.a4 Rfd8 48.a5 Ra2 49.Ra4 Rxa4 50.bxa4 las blancas deben ganar

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