...Mind you, I was only two years old at the time.
I've often said it's nigh impossible to lose a game if you have doubled Rooks on the 7th rank.
The 1953 Scottish Championship was won by J.Aitken with a peferct score p.8 W.8.
Second came one Erwin Knopfler (the father Mark and David Knopfler who
form the backbone of Dire Straights) with 5 pts.
In the game R. Donald v J.Aitken
this positon appeared.
White to play has a straight forward draw by just keep on checking with the f7 Rook.
Instead he makes a plausible blunder and resigns after Black's reply.