Friday, August 8, 2014
Fischer vs. Reshevsky 2nd Match Game
While browsing some old Chess Life magazines recently I came across this game from the Fischer vs. Reshevsky match (details HERE) and enjoyed playing over this game again, one of the most exciting of the match. It followed the famous Alekhine vs. Botvinnik game from Nottingham 1936 (view analysis on that game on Youtube HERE) and I decided to take another look at it. The game gets enormously complicated and I would not guarantee my analysis with Stockfish 5 and Houdini 2 represents the final conclusions because it would have taken a lot more time than I spent on the game. If anyone wants to examine the positions after 12…Nb4 more deeply, it could be an interesting project.