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Genrikh Kasparian vs Rashid Gibiatovich Nezhmetdinov
URS-ch sf (1949), Tbilisi, rd 7, May-??
Spanish Game: Exchange Variation. General (C68)  ·  1-0


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Jul-01-06  nasmichael: This is the type of position that young players have to ask questions about, and learn from the answers they get from stronger players. I would like to see more of these endings shown to players eager to learn some fundaments of the game. This make the game play one of "consequences".
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  Petrocephalon: Hi Nasmichael:
Just wanted to let you know that "fundament" is a facetious term for the backside. "Fundamentals" I think is the word you were looking for. petro
Jul-19-06  nasmichael: Sorry. Typo at 2am--easily missed.
Thanks for your quick eye.
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: This is an impressive game on a lot of fronts. It shows one way to neutralize a fearsome attacker--get into the endgame as early as possible and make the only sacrifice of the game. It also shows a rare example of how a Knight on the open board can defeat a Bishop.
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