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Zikov vs Viktor Korchnoi
Leningrad (1946)
Nimzowitsch Defense: Declined Variation (B00)  ·  0-1
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Jun-30-04  qqq: Why resign???
Jul-03-04
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  quovadis: Yes, why resign ????
Jul-03-04
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  Benzol: Korchnoi's Chess Games by Levy & O'Connell says that Korchnoi did win this game and that his opponent was named Zuikov. Gamescore information after move 20 is not available, however.
Nov-13-04
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  yoozum: maybe because he was a pawn down, but the ending is totally playable.
Mar-02-06  vizir: yoozum> korchnoi was a pawn ahead :)
Aug-28-07  wolfmaster: I can imagine Korchnoi winning this position, but in at least 30 more moves.
Dec-16-08
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  blazerdoodle: A pawn down against Korch is enough.
Dec-09-10  Skakalec: <qqq:Why resign???>

Why not?

Sep-01-11
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  whiteshark: Why-oh-Why?!?
Aug-12-14  Alexshev: Maybe he had a time trouble.
Aug-12-14
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  Fusilli: Probably an incomplete score.
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