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Samuel Reshevsky vs Jacob Bernstein
Pasadena (1932), Pasadena, CA USA, rd 2, Aug-16
Colle System (D05)  ·  1-0

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Dec-27-20
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  Honza Cervenka: 60...g5?! was a bad idea but decisive mistake seems to be 67...Nc4? After 67...Nd3 68.c6 Bd6 69.Kg2 (69.Bxh6 Nf2 and 70...Nxg4) 69...Nf4+ 70.Kf3 Ng6 71.h5 Ne5+ 72.Ke4 Bc7 73.Bf4 Kf7 black position looks still viable.
Jan-13-21  DieHard: Young Reshevsky often made very in-obvious moves like 20.Be1 That is not a candidate move I would have looked at.
Jan-13-21  DieHard: Young Reshevsky often made very in-obvious moves like 20.Be1 That is not a candidate move I would have looked at until forced to. Here it seems the best defense
Jan-14-21
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  RookFile: Thank you for highlighting 20. Be1. While the computer may not think it is the best move, it does have it's points. I think Reshevsky was playing to confuse his opponent.

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