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Arthur Bisguier vs Harry Golombek
"Limp Bisguit" (game of the day Sep-06-2009)
Zagreb (1965), Zagreb YUG, rd 19, May-08
Indian Game: Capablanca Variation (A47)  ·  1-0

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Sep-06-09
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Leaving aside the detail that many fellows have never heard of Limp Bizkit, "limp" is hardly the term I would use to describe Bisguier's play. After 10...Bg7?; 11.Nc4! White never seems to let up the pressure.
Sep-06-09
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  al wazir: How can white do better than draw after 31...Qxa4 ?
Sep-06-09  dumbgai: <al wazir> After 31...Qxa4 32. Rb7+ Ka8 33. Rxb6+ Rc6 34. Bxc6+ Qxc6 35. Rxc6 White is simply up the exchange.
Sep-06-09  outsider: in addition, in dumbgai's variation, white get the pawn back, will get a passed pawn on queenside as soon as they like it, black kingside pawn structure is sweet to eat for two rooks, etc. anyone of us would beat carlsen or aronian with white starting from that position. the issue with me is that i cannot get such a position against a master :(
Sep-06-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  Once: Shame that this sizzling game has only four ... no, make that five ... kibitzes. The others don't know what they are missing!

Thoroughly enjoyed the 14. d5 pawn sac to blast open the centre of the board and give the black king no safe resting place. And 31. Rd7 is sublime.

<outsider> I know what you mean! The trouble is that we need to find moves like 14. d5 to get to the final combination.

Sep-06-09  screwdriver: Nice attack by Bisguier. Many decades later I had the pleasure of playing Bisguier in similtaneous exhibition he put on. I believe Bisguier beat Fischer in the past as well.
Sep-06-09  RandomVisitor: Arthur Bisguier - Harry Golombek [A47]
Zagreb Zagreb, 1965
[Rybka 3 ]

1.d4 Nf6
2.Nf3 b6
3.Bg5 Bb7
4.Nbd2 c5
5.c3 last book move

5...h6 0.14/17
6.Bxf6= 0.02/17 [Rybka 3 : 6.Bf4 cxd4 7.cxd4 g5 8.Bg3 g4 9.Ne5 d6 10.Nd3 Nbd7 11.Rc1 Rc8 12.Rxc8 Qxc8 13.h3 gxh3 14.Rxh3 b5= 0.14/17 ]

6...gxf6² 0.27/17 [Rybka 3 : 6...exf6 7.e3 Be7 8.Bd3 Nc6 9.0-0 d5 10.Qc2 0-0 11.h3 Qc7 12.a3 Rad8 13.Rad1= 0.02/17 ]

7.e4= 0.16/17 [Rybka 3 : 7.e3 e6 8.Bd3 Nc6 9.g3 f5 10.0-0 Qc7 11.Qe2 Rg8 12.Rad1 Be7 13.d5 exd5² 0.27/17 ]

7...e6² 0.38/17 [Rybka 3 : 7...cxd4 8.cxd4 Rg8 9.g3 e6 10.Bc4 Nc6 11.d5 Na5 12.0-0 Qe7 13.Rc1 Qb4 14.b3 Rc8 15.Re1 h5 16.Bf1= 0.16/17 ]

8.Bd3= 0.12/17 [Rybka 3 : 8.Be2 Rg8 9.0-0 Qc7 10.g3 Nc6 11.a3 Ne7 12.dxc5 bxc5 13.Qc2 f5 14.Rad1 Rb8 15.Rfe1² 0.38/17 ]

8...cxd4² 0.43/19 [Rybka 3 : 8...Nc6 9.0-0 Qc7 10.g3 h5 11.Rc1 Rg8 12.Qe2 Bh6 13.Rfd1 a6 14.a4 Ne7 15.Kh1= 0.12/17 ]

9.cxd4 0.38/17 Nc6 0.43/17
10.0-0 0.29/15 Bg7² 0.40/17 [Rybka 3 : 10...h5 11.Qe2 Rg8 12.a3 Ne7 13.Rac1 Bh6 14.g3 Rc8 15.Ba6 Rxc1 16.Rxc1 Bc6² 0.29/15 ]

11.Nc4 0.35/18 d5± 0.80/19 [Rybka 3 : 11...0-0 12.Nd6 Qc7 13.Nxb7 Qxb7 14.Rc1 Nb4 15.Bb1 Rac8 16.Qd2 Nc6 17.Bd3 b5² 0.35/18 ]

12.exd5 0.80/18 Qxd5 0.86/17
13.Ne3 0.69/15 Qd7 0.86/18
14.d5 0.86/18 Ne7 0.86/17
15.Nd4 0.86/16 0-0-0 0.99/15
16.Qg4² 0.59/18 [Rybka 3 : 16.Bb5 Qd6 17.Bc6 Nxc6 18.Rc1 exd5 19.Qa4 Kb8 20.Nxc6+ Bxc6 21.Rxc6 Qd7 22.Rfc1 f5 23.Qf4+ Ka8 24.Rc7 Qe8 25.Qxf5 Bxb2 26.R1c2 Be5 27.Rxf7 Rg8 28.g3 Rg5 29.Qh7 Bb8 30.Re7 Qg6 31.h4± 0.99/15 ]

16...Nxd5 0.68/16
17.Bb5 0.48/18 Qd6 0.68/16
18.Rac1+ 0.68/17 Kb8 0.61/16
19.Nxd5= -0.09/17 [Rybka 3 : 19.Bc6 Nxe3 20.fxe3 Qe5 21.Qf3 Ba6 22.Rfd1 f5 23.Ba8 Rd6 24.b4 h5 25.Nc6+ Rxc6 26.Bxc6 Bh6 27.Re1 h4 28.Rcd1 Qb2 29.Rb1 Qd2 30.b5 Bc8 31.Rbd1 Qc3 32.Qe2² 0.61/16 ]

19...Qxd5= 0.21/18 [Rybka 3 : 19...Bxd5 20.Nc6+ Bxc6 21.Bxc6 Rhg8 22.Qh5 Rgf8 23.Qg4 Bh8 24.Qa4 f5 25.Qa6 Qe7 26.Rc2 Rg8 27.a4 Bd4 28.b4 Qc7 29.Bf3 Qd7= -0.09/17 ]

20.Nc6+ 0.21/22 Bxc6 0.21/21
21.Bxc6 0.21/20 Qg5 0.25/19
22.Qb4= 0.00/18 [Rybka 3 : 22.Qa4 Rc8 23.f4 Qa5 24.Qxa5 bxa5 25.Rf3 a4 26.Ra3 Rhd8 27.Rxa4 Bf8= 0.25/19 ]

Sep-06-09  RandomVisitor: 22...Bf8= 0.22/17 [Rybka 3 : 22...f5 23.Bf3 e5 24.Rc6 e4 25.Rxb6+ axb6 26.Qxb6+ Ka8 27.Qc6+ Kb8 28.Qb6+ Ka8 29.Qc6+ Kb8 30.Qb6+ Ka8 31.Qc6+ Kb8 32.Qb6+ Ka8 33.Qc6+ Kb8 34.Qb6+ Ka8 35.Qc6+ Kb8 36.Qb6+ Ka8 37.Qc6+ Kb8= 0.00/18 ]

23.Qc4= 0.00/19 [Rybka 3 : 23.Qa4 Rc8 24.h4 Qa5 25.Qxa5 bxa5 26.Rfd1 Bg7 27.Rd3 Rc7 28.Rg3 Bf8 29.Rb3+ Kc8 30.Rb5 Be7 31.Rxa5 Rd8 32.Rc2 Rd1+ 33.Kh2 f5 34.g3= 0.22/17 ]

23...Rc8 0.00/18
24.h4 0.00/17 Qa5± 1.39/17 [Rybka 3 : 24...Qe5 25.Rfe1 Qf5 26.Qa6 Rxc6 27.Rxc6 Bc5 28.Qe2 Qd5 29.Rxc5 Qxc5 30.Qg4 f5 31.Qg7 Qf8 32.Qg3+ Kb7 33.Qf3+ Kb8 34.Qf4+ Kb7 35.Qf3+ Kb8 36.Qf4+ Kb7 37.Qf3+ Kb8 38.Qf4+ Kb7 39.Qf3+ Kb8= 0.00/17 ]

25.Qd3= -0.06/16 [Rybka 3 : 25.Rfd1 b5 26.Qf4+ Qc7± 1.39/17 ]

25...Be7= 0.00/19 [Rybka 3 : 25...Qe5 26.Bf3 Bd6 27.Rxc8+ Rxc8 28.Rd1 Be7 29.Qh7 f5 30.Qxf7 Qf6 31.Qxf6 Bxf6 32.g3 Rc2 33.Rd6 Rxb2 34.Rxe6 Bd4 35.Re2 Kc7 36.Rxb2 Bxb2 37.Kg2 Kd6= -0.06/16 ]

26.Bf3 0.00/18 Rcd8? 1.61/18 [Rybka 3 : 26...Rxc1 27.Rxc1 Rc8 28.Qe3 Qe5 29.Qxh6 Qxb2 30.Rd1 Bc5 31.Qf4+ Qe5 32.Qxe5+ fxe5 33.Rd7 Rc7 34.Rd8+ Rc8 35.Rd7 Rc7 36.Rd8+ Rc8 37.Rd7 Rc7 38.Rd8+ Rc8 39.Rd7 Rc7 40.Rd8+ Rc8 41.Rd7 Rc7= 0.00/18 ]

27.Qc4± 1.12/22 [Rybka 3 : 27.Qe4 Rd5 28.Qf4+ 1.61/18 ]

27...Rc8 1.12/22
28.Qe4 1.12/21 Qd5 1.13/19
29.Qa4 1.07/17 Qd6 1.20/18
30.Rcd1² 0.54/21 [Rybka 3 : 30.Rxc8+ Rxc8 31.Qe4 Qd5 32.Qh7 Qd7 33.Qxf7 Rd8 34.Qg6 f5 35.Rd1 Bd6 36.Qxh6 e5 37.Bd5 Bc5 38.Bb3 Bd4 39.h5 Rc8 40.Qg6 Rc6± 1.20/18 ]

30...Qb4 0.53/21
31.Rd7 0.33/21 Rc7 0.33/21
32.Rxc7 0.31/20 Qxa4 0.31/18
33.Rxe7= 0.00/21 [Rybka 3 : 33.Rb7+ Kc8 34.Rxe7 Qc2 35.Rd1 e5 36.Rxa7 e4 37.Ra8+ Kc7 38.Rxh8 exf3 39.Rhd8 Qxb2 40.R8d7+ Kc8 41.Rxf7 fxg2 42.Re1 Kd8 43.Ree7 Qd4 44.Rg7 Qxh4 45.Kxg2 h5 46.a3 Qd4 47.Ra7 Qe4+ 48.Kg3² 0.31/18 ]

33...Qc4± 0.87/19 [Rybka 3 : 33...Qf4 34.Rb7+ Kc8 35.Rxa7 Rd8 36.Ra8+ Kc7 37.Ra7+ Kc8 38.Ra8+ Kc7 39.Ra7+ Kc8 40.Ra8+ Kc7 41.Ra7+ Kc8 42.Ra8+ Kc7 43.Ra7+ Kc8 44.Ra8+ Kc7 45.Ra7+ Kc8 46.Ra8+ Kc7 47.Ra7+ Kc8 48.Ra8+ Kc7= 0.00/21 ]

34.Rd1 0.42/17 Rg8? 3.41/21 [Rybka 3 : 34...e5 35.g3 f5 36.Rb7+ Kc8 37.Rxa7 e4 38.Ra8+ Kb7 39.Rxh8 exf3 40.Re1 Qb4 41.Re3 Qxb2 42.Re7+ Ka6 43.Ra8+ Kb5 44.Re3 Qa1+ 45.Kh2 f4 46.Rxf3 fxg3+ 47.fxg3 Qb2+ 48.Kh3 Qe5 49.Ra7 Qe6+² 0.42/17 ]

35.Rb7+ 3.16/21 Kc8 3.16/20
36.Rxa7 3.16/20 Rg7? 7.03/16 [Rybka 3 : 36...Rg4 37.Ra3 Rxh4 38.g3 Rd4 39.Rc3 Qxc3 40.bxc3 Rd7 41.Kg2 f5 42.Rxd7 Kxd7 43.Kh3 Kd6 44.Kh4 e5 45.Kh5 e4 46.Bd1 Ke5 47.Kxh6 f4 48.gxf4+ Kxf4 49.Kg7 3.16/20 ]

37.Ra3? 4.18/19 [Rybka 3 : 37.Ra8+ Kc7 7.03/16 ]

37...Kb8? 6.98/17 [Rybka 3 : 37...Kc7 38.g3 e5 39.Rc3 Qxc3 40.bxc3 f5 41.Kf1 Rg8 42.Bd5 Rd8 43.Ke2 Rd7 44.a4 f6 45.Bb3 Re7 46.Ke3 Re8 47.Bc2 4.18/19 ]

38.Rc3? 4.71/21 [Rybka 3 : 38.Ra8+ Kc7 6.98/17 ]

38...Qf4? #2/3 [Rybka 3 : 38...Qxc3 39.bxc3 Kc7 40.Rd4 Rg8 41.Bh5 Rf8 42.Ra4 Kd6 43.Ra6 Rb8 44.Bxf7 Ke5 45.a4 f5 46.g3 4.71/21 ]

39.Rd8+ #2/3 1-0

Sep-06-09  dumbgai: <screwdriver> This is the game where Bisguier beat Fischer:

Bisguier vs Fischer, 1956

Like this game, it also features a nice pawn sac in the center to get to the opponent's king.

Sep-06-09  WhiteRook48: what is wrong with 37 Rdd7?
Sep-07-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  Once: <WhiteRook48: what is wrong with 37 Rdd7?>

Not a lot. Black's best seems to be 37...Qc1, but then 38. Rd1 Qc4 39. Ra8+ seals the win.

In short, white had many ways to win with two rooks and a bishop against the black queen. The black Rg7 doesn't really count!

Sep-09-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  kevin86: White will mate soonest...

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