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Viacheslav Ragozin vs Boris Spassky
Ch URS (1957), Leningrad (Russia)
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation. Main Line (B99)  ·  0-1
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jan-30-06
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  Chess Classics: <chessgames.com> Obviously, this game was played when Spassky was still a Russian. Why is he marked as French? All of his great successes came as a Frenchman, after all.

Regards,
CC

Jan-31-06  szunzein: Nice game. And Chess Classic, you are right, Spassky's greatest successes came as a Frenchman; he never before played the way he does now; his tennis skills are amazing
Jan-31-06
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  Chess Classics: <szunzein> I meant to say, "Greatest successes came as a Russian" of course.

Regards,
CC

Feb-01-06  szunzein: I knew, I was joking.
Best wishes
Feb-05-06
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  Chess Classics: <szunzein> Oops, sorry.

And by the way, a chessical friend of mine says that he once was at a tournement in Europe and he kept hearing these tiny taps of the ball on the court (Bip! Bap!) He pondered to himself that it was either Boris Spassky or a little girl. (Turns out it was Boris Spassky.)

Regards,
CC

Mar-28-06  szunzein: Thank you for the anecdote,
Best wishes,
Zonszein
Dec-25-06  M.D. Wilson: I love Spassky's "castle-on-the-other-side-of-the-board" games.
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