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Robert James Fischer vs Wolfgang Uhlmann
Rovinj/Zagreb (1970), Rovinj/Zagreb YUG, rd 6, Apr-19
French Defense: Winawer Variation. Winckelmann-Riemer Gambit (C15)  ·  1-0



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Jul-18-04  Buddy2: According to my copy of Bobby Fischer Rediscovered, this game goes as follows: 1. e4 e6 2. Nc3 d5 3. d4, etc. Soltis even comments on 2. Nc3 being a transpositional trick to avoid 2. d4 c5--a favorite move order of Bent Larsen. Wade-O'connel has this move order also.
Premium Chessgames Member Buddy2, thanks for the correction--we fixed the game to show the true move order.

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Jul-19-04  weirdoid: Amazing how quickly black's position crumbled after 26... Kc7. Perhaps Kd8 would have been better, but again, everyone is a genius given hindsight!
Oct-22-04  e4Newman: Amazing similarity with Fischer vs Uhlmann, 1970
Apr-15-09  Arthur.J.Fizelbotom: Follow the path of Bobby's g1 knight... its a veritable forking machine, tying up blacks pieces, while his bishops hardly move at all. Sweet.
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  harrylime: Another game the Soviets took succour from.. ..

It was'nt all one way lol

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