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Boris Spassky vs Zoltan Ribli
Interpolis 4th (1980), Tilburg NED, rd 5, Sep-24
Queen's Indian Defense: Spassky System (E14)  ·  1-0
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Jun-03-12  wordfunph: breakthrough 24.d5!
Jul-28-16  tigreton: Great attack! Spassky doesn't miss a chance. A little mistake such as 17 ... Kf8 was enough for him to build a decisive attack against the weakened King. Who could have guessed, when playing Kf8, that the White Queen would invade h7? I'm almost sure Spassky did it
Mar-01-17  sudoplatov: As in Keres-Spassky and Spassky-Tal, the side with the Queen on K2 does better than the side with the Queen on QB2.
Mar-01-17  sudoplatov: This game also shows the first Ne4 (or Ne5) gets the initiative as in the famous Nimzovich-Tarrasch game from 1914.
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