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Mark Pasman vs Mikhail Tal
URS (1952)
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Accelerated (E24)  ·  0-1
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Aug-07-05  Bobwhoosta: And here Tal gets his revenge...
Aug-07-06  MyriadChoices: I love how Tal blocks in the light squared bishop with c5 and really exploits its poor position. Then he just constricts and grinds his opponent into submission.
Sep-12-10
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  sisyphus: This game was apparently played in the Latvian Championship. Pasman won the event, losing only this game to Tal, who finished 7th with a record of +7-4=6.
Oct-18-15
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  Chessical: After <17...Ng3!>, the Knight cannot be taken as then the two consequent threats - to the unprotected White Queen and to mate on <h2> cannot be simultaneously answered.
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