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Alexander Bek vs Boris Pasternak
Moscow (1947), Oct-27
Alekhine Defense: Scandinavian Variation (B02)  ·  0-1


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Aug-23-04  percyblakeney: Winning the Nobel Prize was harder than winning than this game.
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  TheAlchemist: After a brief chess experience, it's Bek to books for Pasternak
Aug-24-08  Whitehat1963: In the end, Pasternak uses religion to destroy the monarchy and his property.
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  andrewjsacks: Pasternak played well. I am impressed.
Dec-10-09  jerseybob: Helped by the less-than impressive 6.c4?? But Pasternak did what he had to do.
Dec-10-09  hocuspocus: Dr. Zhivago? I didn't know that! Anyways, he's from Russia.
Dec-10-09  Barok Espinosa: Me too! Should have played Lev Tolstoy instead.
Apr-06-10  James Bowman: While Alexander Bek played some dubious moves, Boris Pasternak answered with perfection what a pleasant game.
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