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Arthur Bisguier vs Alexander Zaitsev
Tallinn (1971), Tallinn EST, rd 4, Feb-25
Bishop's Opening: Berlin Defense (C24)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jan-05-11
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  wordfunph: Hans Kmoch described this game as a duffer draw. If the dullest draws are called GM draws then the opposite is the duffer draw.
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  FSR: I saw this game in Chess Life & Review magazine many years ago, but had never played it over. Wild stuff!
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  DarthStapler: What happens if white plays 32. Kxf3?
Oct-10-13  Cemoblanca: <DarthStapler> 32.Kxf3?? allows 32...Qxd3+!! and mate soon, for example: 33.Kg4 Qe2# or 33.Kg2 Qe2+ 34.Nf2 is the only move, because the Black B controls the a7-g1 diagonal and therefore its also mate after 34...Qxf2#
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