In this game, Robert Fischer launched a deadly King-side attack through 28. Nxh3. This allowed his Bishop to wreak havoc on White's King and this left Viktor Korchnoi defenceless! Fischer took advantage of this with a quick Knight-Bishop swap. Here, Korchnoi resigned, knowing that 32. Qh4+ was coming. This game is another example of Fischer's dominance on the board. They began the game with the King's Indian Defence: Orthodox Variation and ended with Fischer's attacks.