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Mikhail Tal vs Semyon Abramovich Furman
USSR Championship (1958), Riga URS, rd 16, Feb-??
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense (C65)  ·  1-0
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Dec-30-08  apexin: Did Furman lose on time?
Jan-13-09  battleaxe: I think he just gave it up, considiring he is all out of checks and the three pawns are on their way home.
Jul-22-09  stanleys: Time loss,I believe
Jan-04-15  bachbartok: Yes, Furman lost on time. The game is annotated in J. Hajtun, Selected Games of Mikhail Tal, game 21. Hajtun criticizes 15...d5, but also Tal's play at 26 Rf1 (preferring 26. c4) and 29 g4 (which was played expecting 29...Qh3, and overlooking the actual reply... Qh4). Hajtun criticizes Furman's 31. ...Rf8 as leaving Black open to back rank mate threats, and recommends 31...Qe7.
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  fredthebear: The White knight gets busy! If instead 16...BxNc7 then 17.Nxd5 cxd5 18.QxBc7.
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