On a recent collab stream with ChessDabbler, we do an analysis of Fischer-Najdorf from the 1962 chess olympiad. This game is interesting in that Fischer defeated his opponent in the opening after which he’s named, that is, Fischer beat Najdorf in the Najdorf Sicilian! The game is a miniature reminiscent of a Morphy masterpiece. During our analysis, we see how Fischer uses active play and the initiative to keep generating threats and prevent his opponent from undertaking his own plans. Check out our game review and let us know what you think!

This game review video is part of my “Game Reviews” playlist.

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