This one gets my vote
He could have won it quicker in a couple places, as Bronstein points out, but this game is a tour de-force on why Geller was one the greatest players of all time. This is like another dimension of chess that the titled players mostly know about.
Early in the opening, Bronstein points out that Black should have played …d5 instead of …Be7. After …Be7, it is all White.