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Konstantin Klaman vs Boris Spassky
USSR Championship (1957), Moscow URS, rd 1, Jan-21
Spanish Game: Closed Variations (C84)  ·  1-0


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Feb-07-16  peterh99: Spassky got a big advantage and then seemed to throw it away - time trouble? Though Spassky seldom got in time trouble.
Dec-18-17  Toribio3: Actually, Klaman beat Spassky in real time with 3:2 score. This suggest that Klaman is a strong player.
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  whiteshark: fwiw <Klaman was Leningrad champion in 1962-63 and helped train Boris Spassky in 1961.>
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  hemy: Results of chess master Konstantin Klaman in Leningrad championships:

in 1946 shared 3-5 place (10.5/17), in 1948 shared 4-5 place (10.5/17), in 1950 he was 5th (7.5/13), in 1962 - 1st (9.5/13) and in 1965 5th (9.5/16).


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