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Boris Spassky vs Zsuzsa Polgar
Plaza (1988), Wellington NZL, rd 2, Mar-16
King's Gambit: Falkbeer Countergambit. Nimzowitsch-Marshall Countergambit (C31)  ·  1-0
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Jan-05-10  Dr. Siggy: Another great one defeated by Spassky using his pet opening: the King's Gambit!...
Jan-05-10  M.D. Wilson: I don't think he ever lost with it.
Jan-06-10
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  Benzol: Well there was this one Spassky vs G Lane, 1979 and Spassky was also in trouble in this one Spassky vs A Ornstein, 1974
Jan-07-10  M.D. Wilson: He sure had some great results with it.
Jan-08-10
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  Benzol: Yes indeed! The Leningrad variation of the Nimzoindian was another opening the Spassky had some great success with too.
Oct-31-18  Whitehat1963: Great high-level look at the Opening of the Day.
Oct-31-18
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  perfidious: Another Spassky-2.
Aug-07-19
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  Mateo: After 25.Qxe5, it looks like a game of Fischer where White has a good Bishop vs Knight. But after 29.Bxf7, it looks like a game of Petrosian.
Aug-07-19  woldsmandriffield: 26 h3 was a quiet but clever play transferring the move to Black. She didnít like 26..Ne6 which might have been ok, 26..Qc8 and 32,,Na8 look horrid.
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