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Viacheslav Ragozin vs P Noskov
Moscow-Leningrad Match (1930), Leningrad, USSR
Sicilian Defense: French Variation. Normal (B40)  ·  1-0
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Apr-19-04
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  iron maiden: Black can't stop Qg8#. Very instructional kingside attack: the removal of the knight on f6, then the effective use of the queen and bishop pair.
Apr-19-04
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  f1list: after 11... e5 black still will be fighting against the odds
Apr-19-04
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  kevin86: A great way to attack-remove the pieces at f6 and h7;use all pieces to attack;and don't let your opponent up.
Apr-19-04
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  meloncio: I fell in love with this game from the first sight. I was a teenager and chess seemed so elegant and easy!

I realized it wasn't in the Ragozin's games of this site, so I uploaded only two days ago and here it is. <chessgames.com> Thank you very much to be so fast!

About the game, 11. ... Bf6 is a blunder, but is a logical move after 10. ... Nd7 (it's clear black wanted to face the dangerous white bishop on b2); much better 11. ... Ba6, 12. f4 e5. And after the second mistake 18. ... Re8 (instead of 18. ... e5), the catastrophe is unstoppable.

Apr-19-04
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  chessgames.com: We find that user-submitted games are a fertile source for the Game of the Day feature.
Apr-19-04  Kenkaku: Interesting way to play the Sicilian as white (Nd2 and b3).
May-04-04  barrister: The whole 10...♘d7 business looked suspicious to me.
Jun-14-04
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  seoulmama: This is a good game. White's attack is almost arrogant, disrespecful. Great.
Dec-05-04
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  nfazli: meloncio,I dont see how 18...e5 would make any difference.
Feb-14-05
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  meloncio: <nfazli> Sorry my mistake, I meant 15... e5.

Ragozin wrote this line: "Better 15... e5, because the win is not so easy after 16.♗xe5 ♘d5 17.♕h5 h6 18.♖f3 etc."

Aug-07-08
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  ToTheDeath: Charming miniature.
Jul-04-10  falso contacto: nice game. nice collection my friend.
Aug-11-10  sevenseaman: Noskov's position quickly turned untenable and resignation is right. A good and simple game for instructional use.
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