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Robert James Fischer vs Tony Mantia
Simul, 50b (1964) (exhibition), Columbus, OH USA, May-18
Caro-Kann Defense: Classical Variation (B18)  ·  1-0



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Apr-09-05  lopium: I like the style "5.Nc5"
It's not the only game Fischer use it.
Apr-09-05  refutor: bronstein had a lot of success with 5.Nc5...stronger than 5. ...e5 is 5. ...b6 as in Bronstein vs Petrosian, 1966 another nice game by bronstein in this line was Bronstein vs Beliavsky, 1975
Oct-07-09  Garech: Why is Nc5 given as a speculative move? This should be corrected, it's not far from being a mainline these days.
Dec-24-13  pierre11: better is 22. ..Vc2+ 23...Vxa2
Dec-03-14  TheFocus: From a simul in Columbus, Ohio on May 18, 1964.
Fischer scored +48=2-0.

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