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Raymond Weinstein vs Samuel Reshevsky
United States Championship (1958/59), New York, NY USA, rd 5, Dec-??
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto Variation. Immediate Fianchetto (E60)  ·  0-1

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Sep-18-13  jerseybob: Time after time, white misplaces minor pieces, only to have them driven away with gain of tempo for black, e.g. 9.Bf4/13..Nh5!; 16.Ng5/18..h6! and 19.Ne4,f5! Plus the tricky but unsound q-side maneuver 17.Na4 and 18.Ra3, misplacing two pieces. How many indignities can one position take? The bill soon comes due with 21..f4! and 22..f3!

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