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Mark Izrailovich Dvoretsky vs Vladimir Borisovich Tukmakov
USSR Championship (1967), Kharkov URS, Dec-??
Sicilian Defense: French Variation (B40)  ·  0-1


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Apr-05-13  vinidivici: In one of his book, Mark says that after 50.Qf4 "It has become clear that with correct play the game should end in DRAW".

Well, for me its not like that obvious to get the draw on that position. But, Mark defended well and even get the equality until move 66th.

But, why the hell in the world he did the greedy move and losing suddenly....67.Qxh6?? After this move, black king slipped to the 2nd rank without any proper guards.

Mark could achieve the DRAW with 67.Qc5+ and hoping for perpetual checks and DRAW.

67.Qc5+ Ke4 68.Qb4+ Ke3 (68...Kd5 69.Qb5+ draw) 69.Qe1+ Kd4 70.Qb4+...draw

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