Here’s an interesting little game played against Bobby Fischer in a 1964 simultaneous exhibition (in which the strong player, in this case Fischer, plays multiple games at once) by R.F. McGregor. What makes it interesting is that McGregor tried to trick Fischer into thinking he was a weak opponent by playing the highly dubious Damiano Defense (1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 f6?) against him. McGregor managed to hold his own against Fischer, and the game was drawn after 26 moves.