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Olaf Ulvestad vs Samuel Reshevsky
New York ch-ACF (1939), New York, NY USA, rd 7, Jul-25
Indian Game: Przepiorka Variation (A49)  ·  0-1

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Aug-02-07  sneaky pete: Very picturesque position after 28 moves, when black, with less than a minute on the clock, is probably lost.


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Reshevsky claims black is okay.
29.exd6 cxd6 30.Nc1 e5 31.Be3 exd4 32.Bxd4 Bxd4 33.cxd4 Nxc1 34.Qxc1 Rb3 35.Re3 Rxe3 and now he continues 36.Qxe3 Nc4. After 36.fxe3 ..


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I don't see how black saves himself. If 36... Rc8 37.Qb2 Rc2+ 38.Qxc2 .. or 37... Qe4 38.Qxa3 .. etc.

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  wordfunph: "This is probably my most remarkable time pressure game."

- GM Samuel Reshevsky (in making 14 moves in a fraction of a minute)

Source: Reshevsky's Best Games of Chess by Reshevsky

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