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   checkxmate has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Jan-05-22 Fischer vs A Saidy, 1957
checkxmate: The Open Sicilian was a good opening in this case, since Saidy's development slowed. Nf6 is a good response to Fischer capturing that d5 pawn. After Fischer played Nc3, Saidy was safe from the tricky Maroczy Bind. It should be noted that 20. ... Qh5 was a great move, according to
   Jan-04-22 A Kulashko vs S J Solomon, 1997 (replies)
checkxmate: In the beginning of the game, after Black played Bb4 following the tricky Petrov's Defense, another option White had was to take the pawn on e5. After White's 45. Qf6, there were a series of mistakes on both sides. Using Stockfish I was able to figure out that 50. h5 generated an
   Jan-02-22 Reshevsky vs Fischer, 1957 (replies)
checkxmate: Playing the English Opening was solid. Black accepted it by playing the Anglo-Indian. With this move Fischer can then transpose into the Indian defense. And Reshevsky kept an eye on that d5 square originally. Bd3 equals to about a -1.6 loss to Reshevsky, as the game could ...
   Jan-02-22 Fischer vs J F Bacardi, 1956 (replies)
checkxmate: Sometimes you have to resign, and in this case, Bacardi was definitely in a resigning position. After Kxe8 would come a mate in one. A sophisticated game played by the master chess player Bobby Fischer.
   Dec-29-21 Fischer vs R Byrne, 1965 (replies)
checkxmate: The French Defense was a solid defense here, because with the Tarrasch variation (after 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nd2 ...), it prevents Byrne from playing the Winawer variation (3. Nc3 Bb4). It is also hard to say whether or not Fischer saw the problem with Nd4. By using Stockfish, I ...
   Dec-28-21 Fischer vs M Fox, 1956 (replies)
checkxmate: Maurice's response to the Reti opening (Nf3, Nf6) keeps the game symmetrical, however, I've also seen some people play d5. Maybe in this case keeping it symmetrical would be better. Along with that, playing the King's Indian was probably not the best move. Using Stockfish, I was ...
   Dec-28-21 D Mayers vs Fischer, 1953 (replies)
checkxmate: I am not quite sure yet why Fischer didn't take that rook after Rg4+. However, this was a blitz game, so I can't blame him for the several mistakes he made due to lack of time.
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