In a throwback game, then-FM Emory Tate took on the rising star in IM Sipke Ernst. The game appeared to be headed toward a slow game from the Czech Benoni, but the Dutch player broke from the mold with 7.g4!? and a brawl ensued.
The game had some interesting maneuvers and when Tate showed deep positional understanding with a beautiful exchange sacrifice. Many think Tate is merely great tactician and do not give credit for his positional understanding, but this game shows some of his insight into positional chess.