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Samuel Reshevsky vs Fridrik Olafsson
Dallas (1957), Dallas, TX USA, rd 9, Dec-09
Neo-Grünfeld Defense: Exchange Variation (D71)  ·  1-0

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Jan-06-16  zydeco: A type of middlegame at which both players excelled.

20....h5 feels wrong.

50....Nd6 seems like a safe way to decline the pawn sacrifice.

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