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Vladimir Mikhailovich Liberzon vs Alexander Geller
Moscow (1960), ?
Spanish Game: Schliemann Defense. Dyckhoff Variation (C63)  ·  1-0
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Nov-28-03  Halfpricemidge: After he blocks with the queen on turn 14 white moves queen to G5 for mate.
Nov-28-03
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  jaime gallegos: Schliemman defense 3... f5 is not bad, but this game show a great miniature against some of the few chessplayers who had better results against B. Fischer !
Mar-23-09  JonathanJ: durrrty
Mar-23-10  YoungEd: Maybe it was already too late for Black, but would 11. ...exf3 e.p. have been any better? Once White gets in f5, Black is cooked.
Mar-24-11
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  GrahamClayton: <YoungEd>Maybe it was already too late for Black, but would 11. ...exf3 e.p. have been any better?

<YoungEd>,
Here is the only game in the database that features 11...exf3: Gipslis vs Tringov, 1958

White has the 2 bishops and an extra pawn, which proved decisive.

Mar-23-12  nirvanapirate: 14. ...Qd6 15. Qg5#
Mar-24-12
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  Chessdreamer: Black here is probably not Efim, but rather Alexander Geller.
Jan-12-14  john barleycorn: <Chessdreamer: Black here is probably not Efim, but rather Alexander Geller.>

right. and played in Moscow, 1960.

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