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Mikhail Tal is known for his daring, attacking style of play, and crazy sacrifices. He played this game against the 16-year-old Bobby Fischer. The game was played in Yugoslavia in 1959, and the ‘Magician from Riga’ played the Sicilian Najdorf variation.
The interesting part of the game is that Fischer didn’t make any huge blunder or anything of that sort. He made a minor mistake on move 11, pushing his pawn to f5, and Tal reacted amazingly well. Fischer’s central pawn structure was ‘collapsed’ and the pawn break by Tal on move 17 was the moment when Fischer started suffocating.
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