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Evgeni Vasiukov vs Aleksandar Matanovic
Skopje Solidarnost 4th (1970), rd 15, Jun-30
Spanish Game: Closed. Bogoljubow Variation (C91)  ·  1-0
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Feb-02-06  Jim Bartle: Why is 32. Bb6 necessary? Why not Nh6 immediately? Need to keep bishop or queen out of c4 so f7 and g8 are unprotected?
May-06-09  RobertLangdon: Another under rated gem.Here Alexander Matanovich, former editor in chief of the prestigious Chess Informant fall victim to some deep spectacular tactics.<Jim Bartle> the point is if 32...Qxb6 then 33.Nxf8 Qc7 34.Nd7! Qxd7 35.Nh6+ grabbing the queen.
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  chancho: This game is annotated by Ludek Pachman in: Decisive Games In Chess History. The game was played in the last round and by winning it, Vasiukov tied for first place with Mark Taimanov.
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