In my post remembering the late Jay Whitehead, I mentioned that he showed me an opening idea he had prepared for Walter Browne that I - unexpectedly - had the opportunity to use against the 6-time U.S. champion several months later. It was an exciting game that was lost forever - or so I thought - but to my amazement and delight someone posted the game score in the comments section of that post.
Happily, it's a very rich game with all kinds of things going on: attacks, passed pawns, tactics, imbalances, weird pawn structures and the list goes on. Naturally, I'm biased to find the game an interesting one, but I think many of you will, too. You can find the game score in the aforementioned comment, and here you can watch my video presentation of the game. It's free (free registration required) and available on-demand for the next month or so. Check it out!