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Adrian Mikhalchishin vs Oleg Romanishin
URS-ch49 (1981), Frunze KGZ, rd 6, Dec-??
Gruenfeld Defense: Exchange. Modern Exchange Variation (D85)  ·  0-1


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May-18-04  refutor: 12.d5?? what a lemon
Mar-20-07  fgh: Lol, this is a really nice game I must say.
Mar-21-07  chessamateur: I wish a 2535 player played a move like 12. d5?? against me. 12... Bc3, BAM right at ya. Ok in my dreams.
Jan-10-09  binno: “He who among you is without sin, let him cast the first stone.” Really you never did a move like that before?
Jan-10-09  blacksburg: Mikhalchishin vs Kasparov, 1978

everyone makes mistakes.

Nov-18-10  Tigranny: Why not Qxa5 Nxa5 instead of d5?? Bc3!?
Nov-18-10  laskereshevsky: Not a great tournament for Mikhalchishin.

Last placed on 18 Players, with 5.5 points with a record of:

+1 -7 =9

But in the only won game he'd the satisfaction of creating a very artistic attack against Georgy Agzamov:

Mikhalchishin vs G Agzamov, 1981

Aug-11-17  TVCHESS3JAQUES: Manejo de Dama y alfil.
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