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Samuel Reshevsky vs Raimundo Garcia
Buenos Aires (1970), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 11, Aug-04
Benoni Defense: Classical Variation. Czerniak Defense (A79)  ·  1-0

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Mar-08-17  Saniyat24: very complex middle game...!
Mar-08-17  ChessHigherCat: Wasn't Reshevsky offering a draw by repeating 39. Rg3 (inviting Nh5 again?). If so, I think black should have accepted, he certainly didn't have much chance of a win.
Mar-08-17  Marmot PFL: I doubt that Reshevsky would take a draw unless he was about to lose on time as they were almost to move 40. if 39...Nh5 40 Qd5 looks very strong (40...Nf4 41 Qc6).
Mar-08-17  ChessHigherCat: <Marmot PFL: I doubt that Reshevsky would take a draw unless he was about to lose on time as they were almost to move 40. if 39...Nh5 40 Qd5 looks very strong (40...Nf4 41 Qc6)> I see what you mean but my point was that Reshevsky had already played 37. Rg3 Nh5 (followed by 38. Rf3 Nf6) so 39. Rg3 Nh5 would lead to a repetitive cycle. Maybe he missed your idea the first time, though.

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