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Ashot Gamletovich Anastasian vs Mikhail Tal
Yerevan (1986)
Zukertort Opening: Pirc Invitation (A04)  ·  1-0


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  kingscrusher: 43 Nh5+ was a nice move
Sep-01-05  Anastasia: why thank you, i thought so too. y'know, i always wondered, what's so great about this tal guy anyway?
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  THE pawn: <anastasia>

You must be on crack or something to say something like this.

Sep-01-05  Queens Gambit: <Anastasia> must be crazy to say that, Tal was not a chess player, but a Wizard, a Magician, he seems to take moves out of God hands, but i recommend to her to see some Tal game Collections to see what its to be in heaven, see a good Tal game, and you may get crazy wondering how Tal made so many fantastic moves.

Sep-02-05  Queens Gambit: But i dont blame her, as a matter of fact i think many people shoudnt see Tal games, many folks can get crazy seeing them, i stil dont understand why this guy had to died so young, if he would have lived healthy for 30 more years he would have masacrated even Kasparov, he would be in the top for soo long, Tal was too great.
Sep-02-05  RookFile: I take it that Anastasia is the player with the white pieces. This seems like a good game. We can see that Tal played this an uncompromising manner, seeking a win for black, but it didn't work out this time.
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