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The useless knight.
Wow! What else can I say but BRAVO Sir Bent. Nice game.
GM dbojkov actually made a best comment.
Thank you for this comment, Mr Heller
I have to agree with GM dbojkov, Larsen would never take a draw unless it was forced upon him.
He should also be remembered for his gracious nature as well as his immense talent at the board.
Humane, gracious and sane throughout his entire life and career.
He is man deserving of respect and admiration for both his life and his chess like the game above.
nice win for Larsen!
bad knight for Donner
I believe that Larsen lost 6-0 because he had the ultimate fighter character. He just needed to win at least one game, draws were not importnat for him. This made him unique as a player, and I admire him for that. For me he is Great!
After losing to Fischer 0:6, it's hard to call him great, but anyway it's obvious that he had extraordinary chess talent. That's my opinion.
Defenetely, it looked great. However, this knight wasa decorative one :)
The knight may have been useless, but it looked good!
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