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Mikhail A Botvinnik vs Tigran Levonovich Petrosian
Under-16 Olympiads (1998), Istanbul, Turkey
Neo-Grünfeld Defense: Delayed Exchange Variation (D74)  ·  0-1
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jul-10-14
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  Phony Benoni: So that's why FIDE refused Botvinnik a rematch.
Jul-10-14  rapidcitychess: Bottvinik plays from beyond the grave. (Yes, I know it's not the same one.)
Jul-11-14  ughaibu: Then again, Petrosian plays from beyond the grave too!
Jul-11-14
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  perfidious: Iron Tigran comes good again in the rematch from beyond.
Jul-11-14  paramount: lololol first time i looked i thought about misnomer or date mistake.

But of course i was wrong.

Jul-11-14
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  Fusilli: And this was in the Under-16 Olympiads, confirming, as I suspected, that your age clock resets to zero when you die.
Jul-11-14
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  Phony Benoni: That was before the Fischer Clock. Now, you get 5-second increments for all eternity.
Dec-11-14  NBAFan: "Botvinnik vs Petrosian 1998, is that possible?"
"What?????? Are you out of your mind????? They were both dead long before then!"
Dec-11-14
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  hoodrobin: Your age clock resets to zero <and> you get 5-second increments when you lose on time (as per last LIFE rules).
Dec-11-14
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  WannaBe: I've submitted a correction slip to CG for wrong players & dates. :-)))

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