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Jonathan Penrose vs Vasily Smyslov
Munich Olympiad Final-A (1958), Munich FRG, rd 8, Oct-19
Scotch Game: Göring Gambit. Main Line (C44)  ·  0-1

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May-23-06  Runemaster: Penrose's favourite gambit is busted easily by Smyslov in this game.
Jun-11-06  Ulhumbrus: Instead of 9 Ba3, 9 Qc2 avoids an indirect attack upon White's Q by both ...Bg4 and ...Re8
Dec-28-08  Ulhumbrus: 7...Bxc3? concedes the bishop pair and although it isolates the a and c pawns, it opens the b file and brings the b pawn on to the c file from where it can cover the squares d4 or d5. After 8...Nf6 White may have a considerable advantage if other things are equal and White can count his assets, his bishop pair, advantage in development, greater space, central superiority and the b file. 9 Rb1 develops the piece placed worst, the QR, occupies the b file, and hinders the development of Black's QB.
Feb-12-22
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  Sally Simpson: < Penrose's favourite gambit is busted easily by Smyslov in this game.>

After the game Smyslov told Penrose this line of defence had been played against him by an unnamed Russian in a simultaneous display.

He was so impressed he stored it for later use. (CHESS 326, 1958, page 30)

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