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Vladimir Alatortsev vs Vitaly Chekhover
URS-ch10 (1937), Tbilisi, rd 8, Apr-22
Catalan Opening: General (E00)  ·  1-0
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  whiteshark: Game annotated by Jorge Luis Fernandez with notes of Paul Keres: http://www.inforchess.com/estudios/...
Mar-24-12  bengalcat47: Thanks! Is there a way to translate this page into English?
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Jun-18-18  Omnipotent00001: Racing the a-pawn and then the king assistance is the way here. 56. a5 wins in 41.

56.a5 f3 57.a6 Kh3 58.a7 Re8 59.Ra2 Ra8 60.Kb4 Kg2 61.Kc5 Rc8+ 62.Kb5 Ra8 63.Ka6 Rd8 64.Kb7 Rd7+ 65.Kb6 Rd8 66.Rc2 Re8 67.Kc7 Re7+ 68.Kb8 Re2 69.Rxe2 fxe2 etc.


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