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Boris Gelfand vs Viktor Korchnoi
Credit Suisse Masters (1994), Horgen SUI, rd 4, Sep-06
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Variation. Bernstein Defense (E59)  ·  0-1
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Feb-21-04  Benjamin Lau: <chessgames.com>

According to a book I have, Gelfand vs Korchnoi, 1994 is a duplicate. The game occurred in Horgen, not the Credit Suisse Master, whatever the heck that is.

Feb-21-04  Benjamin Lau: In other words, this is the correct game. Nice maneuvers from Korchnoi incidentally.
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