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Hristos Kokkoris vs Mikhail Botvinnik
Varna ol (Men) qual-A (1962), Varna BUL, rd 9, Sep-25
Sicilian Defense: Dragon. Classical Variation Tartakower Line (B74)  ·  0-1


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Sep-30-11  ToTheDeath: Black won easily after securing The Two Knights advantage.
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: Did botvinnik missed 35...qf1 then 36...re1#
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: Sure he didn't either 35..ne3 36...qg3#
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: I know but qe1queen sac
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: So????
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: More intersting
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: Your silence mor intersting
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: Why say like that?
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: Shut up and let me see another game
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: Go and see i don't care
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: Go? how ? You stuck on me
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: Come on guys grow up
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: and who are you?
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: I am the third of me
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: Oh my god!!! Hay you out ? Hay? Go to the doctor now we became three in side
Jan-27-15  welhelm1982: I will not go to any body and my mind has another free places if you three don't shut up i well send another persons hahaha
Jan-27-15  N0B0DY: <N0B0DY> understands you!
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  keypusher: A strange and interesting game, with Botvinnik giving up his fianchettoed bishop and then dominating matters with his knights. Note that 18....Bxb3, giving up his other bishop, creates a nice outpost. As welhelm rather excitedly points out, 35....Qf1+ 36.Bxf1 Re1# is an alternative mate. I assume this was from the Olympiad -- does anyone know?

The funny thing is, I only came across this game because pointed it out as an example of spamming.

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