Zagreb 1965

Zagreb 1965

kenytiger
kenytiger
Jan 1, 2008, 12:00 AM |
3 | Amazing Games

In the following game, White violates the principles of development, he never moves his Queen side Knight and Rook, yet he still wins. Because nearly every position is specifically different, general principles may be applied only as a guide, not as gospel. In 1965, at Zagreb, Danish GM Bent Larsen, one of the candidates for the role of challenger to the World title, essays the King's Fianchetto Defense 1...g6 against pictured American GM and former US Champion Arthur Bisguier (1929-) and suffers a devastating defeat. With 11...exd4, Black wins a Pawn, but this is his last feat before suffering a painful intrusion by the White forces.

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