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I kinda feel this game is overrated due to Byrne's mistakes in the opening.
oh and to chessking47 if 36. Kh1 Ra1+ 37. Kh2 Bg1+ and here if Kh1 again Ng3# the best continuation is 38.Kh3 Rh3+ or 38...Be6+ both mate after the knight on e5 blocks, it's important to note though the Ra3+ is a 3 move mate because of the Q can block on g3 but Be6+ is a 2 move mate
to lenny15 move 35. Qc7 loses completely to Bd6
Why did Byrne move KG1 for move 35 instead of QC7?
36. Kh1! and I don't see a lot of possiblities for black to play; 36... Ra1+ is useless, and so is 36... Ng3+ or 36... Nf2+ are also useless. Thinking against 36. Kh2? would fall victim to a discovered check.
Hans Kmoch noted the the game could finish one move earlier with 37... Re2+. Well, Byrne got too overconfident and he deserves to be an IM. Robert J. Fischer, should be a GM because his rating is 2780. Oh, too bad he died 4 years ago.
Ahh, The popolar game finally in chess.com!
My favorite Fischer game
"game of the century"
Best game ever...And he have only 13
White was completely ridiculed!
very impressive game!!!
I mean Kf1
I wonder what would happen though if Kh1 instead of Kh1?
Move 17 was a queen sacrifice to gain development.
was this the game of the century?
..because his king is in check
i dont get move 17?
Opening: English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense, King's Indian Formation (A15)
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