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For the newest chess events, this information may be a link which takes you to the tournament page which includes other games, a crosstable, discussion, etc.: Wade/OConnell's Fischer book mentions this game and says that Evans in Chess Life says that after 10... " Evans says then "he got slaughtered after 11 c4..."what do people think: that black should play for the draw by 10... Well, OK, I suppose the other possible explanation for the queen checks is that Fischer was playing psychologically - Larsen's disdain for draws was well known, and he often pointed out with great pride how low his draw percentage was compared to other GMs.
Fischer's play hardly points to deep opening preparation, since his queen checks on h5 and g4 only invite a quick three-fold repetition.
Even Fischer, the guy who said, "I don't believe in psychology, I believe in good moves" did it.
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Qg1# 1-0: Benzol: I'm sure there's a number of unknown Fischer games out there beside the missing ones we do know about, like the Matulovic match, his blitz game with Soltis, etc.
The name "Auner" sounds German, so I'm guessing this was played during or after the Leipzig Olympiad. In a real tournament game, Larsen had tried this ... As you might imagine, Tal thought of this Nxf7 idea in about a half a second.Knowing that, maybe Fischer played into the draw to see if Larsen's aversion to draws would get the better of him. Kd6 Black's king is in serious trouble, even in a blitz game.Catch22 has recently been commissioned by the ESF and SFA to run the London Youth Programme West London (Borough of Ealing and Hounslow).Catch22 are able to support your caseloads move closer to the job market and into paid sustainable work for 18 – 24 year olds.