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Robert James Fischer vs Franklin Saksena
Lincoln ch-US jr (1955), Lincoln, NE USA, rd 10, Jul-24
Italian Game: Classical Variation. Alexandre Gambit (C53)  ·  1-0



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Jun-07-18  ClockPunchingMonkey: 6....Nf6 wasn't bad. 7. Nxf5 d5 gives black some play.
Feb-27-20  Delilah: Although it is a tough call to pick the greatest ever, but Bobby Fischer has to be in the race!
Feb-28-20  SChesshevsky: Interesting that even before going to Collins house chess club, Fischer somehow knew sound principles and good technique. After going up material, he immediately goes to exchange opponents strongest or best piece. Then positions his rook to gain the file. Then goes straight to the seventh.

I'm guessing he learned this from someone pretty good rather than just reading it in books. Probably can thank whoever gave him this foundation for helping chess player Fischer eventually becoming champion Fischer.

Feb-09-21  MrJafari: A classic game by Fischer...
Oct-31-22  YoungEd: Stockfish shows White as having a winning advantage already by move 12, but Black's 12...Na5 makes things worse. Easy clean-up by Fischer!
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  fredthebear: "Summer Wind"

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