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Anatoly S Lutikov vs Georgy Lisitsin
URS-ch sf (1951), Leningrad, rd 7
Scotch Game: Göring Gambit. Double Pawn Sacrifice (C44)  ·  1-0
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Sep-07-16  ughaibu: Here's a not so small collection of unkibitzed games in which Lutikov gets to express his personality:

Polugaevsky vs Lutikov, 1954

Kholmov vs Lutikov, 1954

Furman vs Lutikov, 1954

Lutikov vs Tolush, 1954

Cherepkov vs Lutikov, 1954

Lutikov vs M Mukhitdinov, 1955

M Beilin vs Lutikov, 1955

Lutikov vs Tylevitch, 1957

Lutikov vs B Vladimirov, 1957

Lutikov vs Nikitin, 1958

Lutikov vs Gufeld, 1959

Lutikov vs Geller, 1959

L Shamkovich vs Lutikov, 1960

N Minev vs Lutikov, 1961

Lutikov vs Hetman, 1963

L Maslov vs Lutikov, 1963

Lutikov vs S Khalilbeili, 1964

Lutikov vs L Navarovszky, 1965

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