New PDF release: Bobby Fischer III: 1968 - 1992

By Vassili Smyslov

ISBN-10: 8487301789

ISBN-13: 9788487301780

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One is definitetyinc l i n e dt o a g r e ew i t h T e i c h m a n (ni n t h e t o u r n a m e nbt o o k )i n c a l l i n gt h i s m o v e inferior. Therefollowed4 Ng1"f3Nb&c6! NxeSand the loss o{ castlingis morethan compensated for by the two pawnse5 and fS. h7-h66 h2-h4Nfeg4. A l l o f t h i sa c c o r d i ntgo D r . K r a u s e A , n d n o w - w i l l y n i l l y - | h a dt o m o v e 7 d4-d5. I e4 fxe g Nxeb d x e 1 0 B g 3{ i n t h e g a m et h e s o m e w h awt e a k e Ir B x e sd x e g e 4 e 6 l 1 ON h 2 (still the best becauseit threatensBc') was playedafter which, insteadof the 4 d u b i o u sa c c e p t a n c' 1e0 , .

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20 Od4 Kb8 21 b4 Rd'18 22 +4 Nc6 23 Od2 94 24 Bd3 d5 27 c5 d4 28 Rh'e2 93 Rf-d8. White standsinferior. 25 b5 Ne7 26 occupationof e3 or c3 bv won through Black e5 and 30 6os 29 e+ Oxcs moves. few a more in the Ne7 gametherefollowed: In the correspondence Be6xc4 9 .... 0d8-d7 10 Nfld4 11 Bfl-h3!! s6 12 Bh3's2ll in the variationl2 d5 The forcedmove97-96weakensBlack'sresources ( d u e O d 4 w o u l dw i n a p i e c e ' . t o n o w b e c a u s e 9 6 ) 1 4 b 3 B b 4 ? O f c o u r s et h e t h r e a tw a s1 2 N x f s O x f 5 1 3 r l a c kw o u l db e a b l et o d e f e n dh i m s e laf g a i n st th a tw i t h 1 ' 1 .

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