|Mar-31-04|| ||Helloween: 11...Rxd5! energetically gives up the exchange and seizes the advantage for Black, however, instead of 14.Rd1?, White should play 14.Rc3!, keeping equality. |
|Jan-01-09|| ||Chess Carnival: At first Tolush's 10.Bc7 looks like a very smart idea, but here Botvinnik refutes it with very energic play.|
17.Ne2 was necessary because of 17.Nf3 Rxc5 18.Qb1 (even worse is 18.Qd1 Bxb2 and now white cannot stand the threat Rc1) Bxa2 19.Qa1 Rc2 20.Bd3 Rxb2 is terrible for white.
|Jun-11-12|| ||Ghuzultyy: An amazing game by Botvinnik. Really showcases the spirit of Grunfeld!|
|Apr-06-14|| ||perfidious: Tolush was an attacker par excellence, but less comfortable when defending, as exemplified by this game.|
|Oct-12-16|| ||Baby Hawk: Helloween, imho, 14.Rc3 is clearly better than what Tolush played, but I think it is a reach to call it even. Botvinnik can play Bxc3 15. Qxc3 Bxa2 with exactly even material, but Tulush still has his K B N R on e1, f1, g1 and h1.|
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