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Robert James Fischer vs Stewart Reuben
Manhattan blitz (1963) (blitz), New York, NY USA
Sicilian Defense: Old Sicilian. Open (B32)  ·  1-0



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Jan-16-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: After 12.hxg6 black must recapture with h-pawn due to powerful double check with minor pieces on a2-g8 diagonal, thus making h-file a perfect attacking highway. Brillant sacs by Fischer.
Jan-27-10  pericles of athens: what a stunner by fischer! when he plays the white sicilian he often gets his white bishop to c4 and brings it back to b3 for safety. other times the white bishop goes to e2. he seems to generate good play, allowing the queen to work on the kingside, as he usually does in the sicilian.
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  fredthebear: Black's pinned Bg7 is helpless as additional White pieces enter the fortress.

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