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Samuel Reshevsky vs Walter Browne
United States Championship (1974), Chicago, IL USA, rd 5, Jul-18
Zukertort Opening: Sicilian Invitation (A04)  ·  0-1



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May-02-15  wordfunph: 36.Bxc5 dxc5 37.Bxa4 Bxa3 1/2
Apr-28-16  fispok: 40...Ne4 is a nice shot, as the White K is now trapped, forcing the release of a passed pawn.
Apr-28-16  RookFile: Hard to believe Reshevsky could lose this. 33. Bxc5 and there's nothing to talk about here with opposite colored bishops.
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  perfidious: One would guess that Reshevsky's habitual time trouble played a role towards the end.
Apr-29-16  ndg2: White could have taken the knight for a whole while (and change into an opposite bishop endgame), but not on move 39 anymore. 39.Bxc5 loses to 39...Bb2!
Feb-17-18  andrewjsacks: Not flashy, but plenty impressive by the young Browne.
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  profK: Looks like a Maroczy opening to me....

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