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Viktor Korchnoi vs Bozidar Djurasevic
YUG-URS (1956), Belgrade YUG, Jun-??
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Leningrad Variation. Averbakh Gambit (E30)  ·  0-1
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Mar-29-05  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Nice attack by Yugoslav in Yugoslavia :) ...
Feb-25-06  zev22407: No time to breath!Black strike and strike ,like Ali in his prime.
Sep-10-08  notyetagm: Unbelievable <PIECE ACTIVITY> by Black in this game.

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25 ... ♘e4-d2 0-1


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I wonder why this <AVERBAKH GAMBIT> against the Nimzo Indian Leningrad was not in EVERYMANCHESS' "Dangerous Weapons: Nimzo Indian"?

Jul-11-09
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  whiteshark: WOW!!! Threat is <26...Nb1+ 27.Rxb1 Ra2#> You haven't seen it often Korchnoi got beaten like this.
Apr-26-12
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  profK: What a walloping...Never had anyone play the Lenningrad against my humble Nimzos though!! I'll keep this gambit in mind.
Apr-26-12  King Death: <profK> Check out this battle between two world champs where White accepts the pawn (Spassky vs Tal, 1973). In the kibitzes <Everett> mentions an idea that may be good for White though.
Apr-27-12  LoveThatJoker: Nice game by Djurasevic!

LTJ

May-07-15  A.T PhoneHome: Mr. Djurasevic took no prisoners here! Very intense play by him, culminating in a powerful attack.

Maybe GOTD material?

Jun-12-16  say it with a smile: Djurasevic demolishes Korchnoi with an
all out intense attack. 20. .. Re8!!
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