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Alexander Beliavsky vs Murray Chandler
Linares 6th (1988), Linares ESP, rd 3, Feb-25
Queen's Gambit Declined: Vienna Variation (D39)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Dec-14-10
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  Phony Benoni: I can understand why this game has no kibitzing. A couple of patzers, one of whom seems unable to move any piece but his king. Dull opening and middlegame. Even the final mate isn't good enough for a puzzle, since White has two different ways to finish Black off in two moves.

I don't even know why I'm bothering to comment on it.

Dec-14-10  sleepyirv: <Phony Benoni> A tad jaded with the game, eh?
Feb-03-17  Saniyat24: Funny Game...the Black Queen has only one move in the game, and after a lot of struggle the Black King could say hello to the White King...!
Feb-03-17
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  perfidious: <PB: I can understand why this game has no kibitzing. A couple of patzers, one of whom seems unable to move any piece but his king. Dull opening and middlegame....>

While I agree with your tongue in cheek overview, you overlooked one point: the position out of the opening looks as though someone took the pieces and dumped them across the board in random fashion. (laughs)

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