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Edward S Jackson vs Samuel Reshevsky
45th US Open (1944), Boston, MA USA, rd 5, Aug-01
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Chigorin Defense Panov System (C99)  ·  0-1

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Oct-11-12  optimal play: From 36...Rbxc4 onwards is very good play by Reshevsky.
Apr-28-15  wrap99: How bad of a game did Jackson have in the earlier stages? Where did he go wrong? I met him as a pretty old guy in about 1980, when he was still playing although almost blind, a real link with the past. My sense is that at his peak he would have been a low master, given that he won the amateur championship. But some of his games he just got thrashed in.
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  GrahamClayton: <wrap99>
How bad of a game did Jackson have in the earlier stages? Where did he go wrong?

<wrap99>
18.Nb1 and 20.d5 seem to be poor moves - Jackson should instead play for a K-side attack, which is the main White plan in the closed Ruy Lopez.

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