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Alberto Foguelman vs Bent Larsen
Amsterdam Interzonal (1964), Amsterdam NED, rd 2, May-21
Queen's Gambit Declined: Tartakower Defense. Exchange Variation (D59)  ·  0-1

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Jan-20-12
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  Fusilli: Interesting oddity that the same kind of kingside weakness cost Foguelman two games in the same tournament, and in both cases the attack was led by queen and knight. The other game is the more spectacular Foguelman vs Bronstein, 1964.
Aug-09-16
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  Troller: Larsen at his 75th birthday was interviewed and remarked on opening preferences that he had played <very few QGDs as Black, but I have played some>.

In 1964 commenting on this game in Skakbladet, he begins with some observations on how as GM to play (and win) against non-GMs: <...This question worried e.g. Bronstein and Smyslov quite a lot. "Should one gamble?" Smyslov asked one day on his way to the playing venue. He was scheduled to play Porath and true to his habits he did not gamble...Against Foguelman I decided to take it easy and play solidly. I had won like that in the first round against Pachman so it would probably suffice here as well.>

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