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Leonid Stein vs Wolfgang Uhlmann
Moscow (1967), Moscow URS, rd 16, Jun-14
French Defense: Tarrasch Variation. Open System Euwe-Keres Line (C07)  ·  1-0
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Feb-26-03  ughaibu: Presumably Uhlmann was one of the strongest players of the period but his main legacy seems to be as the victim for various members of the Tal generation.
Apr-08-04  youngplayer11: Who do you mean by the Tal generation?
do you mean peaple with the style of play that Tal Populorized in top level Play?or do you mean the Peaple from Tals Generation Period?And if you mean the 1st one Who else besides Tal and Stein do you think is Part of the Generation?it Would be interesting to see youre views and the Views of other Peaple on this site.Hey!this is my longest Post yet!answer if you can. Thanks!
Apr-09-04  ughaibu: I meant the top players of the 60s including Spassky, Fischer, Larsen, Korchnoi.
Aug-23-08  notyetagm: Stein's games show a mastery of the <PIN> tactic, here the <PIN> along the a2-g8 diagonal by the White c4-bishop and White e6-queen to the Black g8-king.
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