Petrosianic: <wolfmaster> <A quiet Keres draw.>
A quiet, content-free comment.
Actually, the story behind this game is fascinating... Would you believe mildly interesting? This was played when Petrosian was 16. Keres was playing <hors concours> in the Georgian Championship, where he racked up an 18-1 score against the local stiffs, drawing only this game and one against Archil Ebralidze (a now largely-forgotten, but fairly well known in his day local chess trainer).
It was Petrosian's first classical game against a world class player, and also his first success, and he was so proud of it that he carried the scoresheet around with him everywhere... until he finally lost it.
Twenty years later, Keres, who saved all his games, gave him another copy of it. And no, I don't know why Petrosian carried his only copy of the game around everywhere, without making a backup copy. Maybe paper was in short supply in post-war Russia. (Goodness knows that Xerox machines were pretty scarce.)