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Mark Danilovich Tseitlin vs Garry Kasparov
46th URS-ch selection (1978), Daugavpils URS, rd 6, Jul-??
Caro-Kann Defense: Accelerated Panov Attack. Modern Variation (B10)  ·  0-1


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Jan-16-09  Ychromosome: Here's one continuation from the end:
If 54.Ke2 Rd2+ 55.Qxd2 exd2 56.Be3 Qg4+ 57.Kf2 d1=Q
Mar-17-12  Retireborn: Can anyone definitely confirm that Mikhail Tseitlin played this game? Some sources including Gufeld in NiC 1990/2 give the White player as Mark Tseitlin.
May-30-12  Anderssen99: Ychromosome: Black has a more incisive win, i.e. 54.Ke2,Qg4+. 55.Kxe3,Re5+. 56.Kf2,Be1+. 57.Kf1,Qh3+. 58.Qg2,Qd3+ mating.
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  hemy: This game was played by Mark Danilovich Tseitlin, not Mikhail S Tseitlin

The game was published in the "Shachmati v SSSR" 1978-10, page 12. The comments after move 30. Kf1:
"... Garik is absolutely right, but he is not familiar with Mark Tseitlin. The player from Leningrad ..."

Record from the tournament table, in the "Shachmati" (Riga) 1978-18, p.11: "Tseitlin M. Leningrad". In the round 6 he played against Kasparov.

Mark Tseitlin represented Leningrad, Mikhail Tseitlin - Belarus.

Mar-14-18  Retireborn: <hemy> Many thanks for that! The mistake here has probably been copied from Informator, which gives Mi.Tseitlin.

Oddly enough in Informator the game is annotated by Gufeld. One doesn't know if it was he who got the Tseitlins mixed up, or if it was a mistake by the Informator people; either way that may be the reason he name checked Mark Tseitlin in NiC.

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