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Robert James Fischer vs Jim Warren
"Warren Peace" (game of the day Jun-07-2022)
Simul, 71b (1964) (exhibition), Chicago, IL USA, Mar-22
Sicilian Defense: Fischer-Sozin Attack. Main Line (B89)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Aug-03-11  Artsemthon: 64...Rg1! wins, e.g. 65.Ra6 f2 66.Ra3+ Kd4 67.Ra4+ Kc5 68.Ra5+ Kb6 or 65.Re6+ Kd3 66.Rd6+ Ke2 67.Re6+ Kf1 68.Ra6 f2! 69.Ra2 Ke1! 70.Ra1+ Kd2 71.Ra2+ Ke3 , as 72.Ra3+ transposes to the 65.Ra6 f2 66.Ra3+ line.
Nov-30-14  TheFocus: From a simul in Chicago, Illinois on March 22, 1964.

Fischer scored +56=11-4.

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  Gottschalk: 67...Ke3 wins too.
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  perfidious: Another Fischer-2!
Apr-11-20  alphamaster: No. The final position is draw.
Apr-12-20  SChesshevsky: 61...Ra1 looks like it has to be good for Black.
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  FSR: Warren Peace.
Sep-03-21  RookFile: The Warren Commission.
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  OhioChessFan: Decent pun, obviously a bonus point for being a Fischer game.
Jun-07-22  Brenin: Brenin: 18 c4 is a mistake; 18 fxe6 fxe6 19 Rxf8+ Kxf8 (Qxf8 20 Bxd5) 20 Rf1+ Kg8 21 c4 looks good for White. Then 25 b5 is also weak, allowing Black to double his Rs on the 7th rank; 25 Rac1 is better. With 35 ... Rb4, exchanging the Q-side Ps, Black makes his win a lot harder: g5, Kg6, f6, etc is the best way forward. Surely 42 ... g3+, followed by 43 ... Ra6 and advance of the f-pawn, is an easy win?
Jun-07-22  Knightmare07: The Art of Warren
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  HeMateMe: Excellent pun. Had to be a thrill for warren, to hang in there with a legend.
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  Teyss: <HeMateMe> But then missing a win against a legend at move 64 as pointed above. Frustrating even in simul. Good game and pun.
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  HeMateMe: This must be a win for black, at the GM level. There must be a way for black to prevent the bad exchange of pawns, which helped white get space. This should be a pawn roller win, for black.
Jun-07-22  goodevans: <OCF … obviously a bonus point for being a Fischer game.> Why?
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  ChessCoachClark: I found it interesting that Warren played against Fischer in another simul game, in a suburb of Chicago and also earned a draw then, as well. Once is luck, maybe. Twice ...
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  whittaker: <Gottschalk> <67...Ke3 wins too.> Not according to the tablebase at Do you mean ...Ke3 at some other point?

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