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David Bronstein vs Igor Arkadievich Zaitsev
unmasking (1969)
King's Gambit: Accepted. Abbazia Defense (C36)  ·  1-0
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Aug-22-05  wheelchiar bandit: who is annotating
Aug-23-05  Anatooly Homedepotov: Ann O'Tating.
Apr-23-06  DeepBlade: <Anatooly Homedepotov> Fantastic!

The Queen got checkmated!

Apr-24-06  Open Defence: why is the event called umasking?

and was it actually one of the USSR Championships ?

Jul-25-07  LIFE Master AJ: The (old/former) USSR had a lot of tournaments. (Qualifiers, Zonals, Championships ... done in stages. 1/4 finals, semi-finals and then the finals.

Its not real clear what stage this game is from, but we do know it was played in Moscow in 1969. (See Informant # 08, game # 195.)

Jul-26-07
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  Marmot PFL: "He was incredibly lucky today!"- Zaitsev. Actually he said that about this game -Bronstein vs I Zaitsev, 1967

Here Zaitsev was incredibly greedy (Bxc5)

Dec-16-11  Xeroxx: be3 nice position
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