Notes on chess in Chicago.
That was a doozy! Why did it happen? Maybe because the bishop was on the f3 square and not (say) e2?
That's the only thing I can think of - that since the bishop was on a weird diagonal the players didn't realize that it didn't defend the knight on b5.
Maybe the game score was messed up?
I considered that, but I can't figure out a way that could have happened (e.g. a plausible transposition of moves).
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