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Evgeni Vasiukov vs Lev Alburt
USSR Championship (1972), Baku URS, rd 21, Dec-19
King's Indian Attack: Pachman System (A07)  ·  1-0
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Dec-31-05  aw1988: Just a fantastic combination. Play it through slowly; the moves will seem strange, but look at d5.
Dec-31-05  HannibalSchlecter: Awesome! I can't help but notice just about every Lev Alburt game that gets kibitzed on here he becomes a human punching bag. Just coincidence I guess since he's a GM.
Feb-28-06  n30: d6 is awesome. would make a nice puzzle.
Feb-28-06  AjedrezVasco: There's a problem with that puzzle, n30, 15...♕xd6 is by no means forced and a blunder. After 15...cxd6 16.♕d5 ♗b7 things are still not clear.
Feb-28-06  n30: AjedrezVasco: Yes, I agree. Not forced and not clear. OK, nevertheless, since the puzzles are capitioned "finding the best move" I'd say you'd be hard pressed to find a 'better' move for white at this stage, or maybe I should say a stronger "trap"?
May-21-09  dwavechess: 14/19 concur with Rybka 3 at 3 min. per move for Vasiukov
Mar-05-12
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  profK: Black wastes time with 7...a5 and b6 is not the best way to develop the bishop. ...h6 and ...Be6 is much better.
Jun-19-16  greengo: 15...Qxd6 was a blunder. Had black captured with the c-pawn, he would have maintained equality.
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