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  Fischer,Robert J v. Fine,Reuben - Fisher Evans Gambit Miniature




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Hi all

I recommend the following annotation to be checked out and feedback given to the game annotator who is: bnolan

Game quotation:

Fisher Evans Gambit Miniature

Game introduction:

This was a casual game played in Ruben Fine's home. Although Fischer never played the Evans Gambit in top level tournaments, he did use it frequently during simultaneous exhibitions. Fine grabs one pawn too many, Fischer unleashes a deadly attack.

Game conclusions:

* It is OK to accept a gambit pawn, but grabbing 3 pawns is too many. * One way to exploit a lead in development is to trade off the few pieces your opponent has developed, leaving him with nothing in play.

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