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Vladimir Bagirov vs Miroslav Markovic
Novi Sad open (1988), Novi Sad YUG
Nimzo-Larsen Attack: Modern Variation (A01)  ·  1-0
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Jun-14-04  King99: I love watching the end of this game.
May-08-15  rozzatu: Me too. These strange openings annoy the opponent. And, as a result, often...
Jul-12-17
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  mycroft2120: The game was lost once white won a pawn, but the monster knight on d6 allowed a crushing finish. In the final position, after 27. Kg8 there is no defense against 28. Nxf5 with either 29. Qg7# or the pretty 29. Nh6#. Proving once again how powerful a queen and knight are.
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