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Mikhail Botvinnik vs Petar Trifunovic
Moscow (1947), Moscow URS, rd 15, Dec-22
Slav Defense: Exchange. Trifunovic Variation (D14)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Apr-17-05  who: The only example (at least in the Chessgames.com database) of a Botvinnik D14 fizzeling into a draw.
Apr-17-05  Eopithecus: 1951 Flohr vs Botvinnik is an 81 move draw.
Apr-17-05  who: Yes, but Botvinnik was black there. This seems like the opening to play if you want a draw as white.
Apr-30-12  ughaibu: It was the last round and a draw ensured Botvinnik of clear first in the tournament.

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