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Jozsef Pinter vs Yuri S Razuvaev
Budapest (Hungary) (1982), It
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Huebner Variation. Main Line (E41)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Aug-11-17
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  Jonathan Sarfati: According to Wikipedia's page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rook_..., this game is incomplete, and is a good example of accurate defence using Jozsef Szen 's drawing method in the book "Pal Benko 's Endgame Laboratory" (2007) pp. 98–99:

"After 88 moves, the position had a rook and bishop versus a rook. The diagram shows the position after 101. Kd1!, reaching the Szén position. On the 132nd move, White reached a Szén position for the fourth time. The game was drawn on the 138th move."

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  Retireborn: A hard day's night, then.
Oct-17-20
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  g15713: Back in May 2020 I contacted LearningChess.net
"https://learningchess.net/blog/?p=911

"I would be interested in this book - JOZSEF PINTER: 7 MEN

I have a personal request of Mr. Pinter - obtain the complete score of the following game: Pinter-Razuvaev (Budapest 1982) This game occurred in the last game of the final match of the European Cup tournament, between the clubs Budapest Spartacus and Moscow Burevestnik. This game decided the fate of first place.

This game is incomplete from Chessgames.com, and is a good example of accurate defence using Jozsef Szen's drawing method."

Mr. Pinter was gracious in sending me the complete score:
From Janka: <"Please find the game you requested with the original comments of GM Jozsef Pinter. (Some of them are in Hungarian.) The game ended with the 50 move rules.">

[Event "Budapest Eu. club cup final"]
[Site "Budapest"]
[Date "1982.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Pinter, J."]
[Black "Razuvaev, Y."]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "E41"]
[WhiteElo "2520"]
[BlackElo "2485"]
[Annotator "PJ"]
[PlyCount "275"]
[EventDate "1982.??.??"]
[EventType "match"]
[EventRounds "2"]
[EventCountry "HUN"]

1. d4 ''PJ'' Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. Nf3 c5 5. e3 Nc6 6. Bd3 Bxc3+ 7. bxc3 d6 8. O-O e5 9. Nd2 O-O 10. Nb3 b6 11. f4 exd4 12. cxd4 cxd4 13. e4 Re8 14. Qf3 Bb7 15. Ba3 Qd7 16. Rae1 a5 17. Bb2 Nb4 18. Bb1 d3 19. Bxf6 gxf6 20. Bxd3 f5 21. Bb1 fxe4 22. Qg3+ Kh8 23. Qc3+ f6 24. a3 (24. Qxf6+ Qg7 25. Qxd6 Rad8 ( 25... Nd3! 26. Bxd3 exd3 27. g3 Qb2 28. Qd4+ Qxd4+ 29. Nxd4 Be4 30. Nb3+- ) 26. Qxb6+- ) 24... Nd3 25. Qxf6+ Qg7 26. Qxg7+ Kxg7 27. Re3 d5 28. cxd5 (28. Bxd3 exd3 29. Rxd3 ⩲ ) 28... Bxd5 29. Nd4 (29. Bxd3 exd3 30. Rxd3 Bc4 31. Rg3+ Kf6 32. Rc1+- ) 29... Rad8 30. g4 Nc5 31. Nf5+ Kf8 32. Rh3 (32. Ng3 ⩲ ) 32... Bg8 33. Ne3 Rd2 34. g5 Nb3 35. Ng4 Nd4 (35... Bc4! PJ 36. Re1 Nd4) 36. Nf6? (36. Ne5 ⩱ ) 36... e3 37. Be4 (37. Bxh7=/∞!) 37... Ne2+ 38. Kh1 Rxe4! 39. Nxe4 Bd5 40. Rxe3 Nc3 41. Kg1 Nxe4 A függölépés. 42. h4 b5?! (42... Nf6 43. Rg3 Nh5 44. Rg4 ⩱! ) 43. Rc1 Nd6 44. Rc5 b4 45. axb4 axb4 46. h5 Bf7 47. g6 hxg6 48. hxg6 Bxg6 49. Rb3 Rd1+ 50. Kh2 Rd2+ 51. Kg1 Rd1+ 52. Kh2 Rd4 53. Rc6 Bf7 54. Rxd6 Rxd6 55. Rxb4 Kg7 56. Kg3 Kf6 57. Rb5 Rd3+ 58. Kf2 Be6 59. Re5 Bg4 60. Re3 Rd8 61. Re5 Bf5 62. Ke3 Kg6 63. Kf2 Rf8 64. Kg3 Rh8 65. Kg2 Rh4 66. Kg3 Rh3+ 67. Kg2 Rc3 68. Kf2 Bd7 69. Re3 Rc4 70. Kg3 Kf6 71. Kf3 Rc2 72. Re5 Bc6+ 73. Ke3 Rc3+ 74. Ke2 Bf3+ 75. Kd2 Ra3 76. Rc5 Bg4 77. Rc3 Ra5 78. Ke3 Kf5 79. Rd3 Bh5 80. Rd7 Bg6 Ajátszma még 50. lépést tartott!! 81. Rd2 Bf7 82. Rd3 Ra6 83. Rd4 Re6+ 84. Kd3 Ujból függö. Bg6 85. Kd2 Kg4 86. Kc3 Be4 87. Rd8 Kxf4 88. Kd4 Bf5 89. Rf8 Rd6+ 90. Kc3 Ke4 91. Re8+ Be6 92. Rh8 Ke3 93. Re8 Rb6 94. Kc2 Rc6+ 95. Kb2 Kd4 96. Rd8+ Bd5 97. Rd7 Rc5 98. Rh7 Rb5+ 99. Kc1 Be4 100. Rc7 Ke3 101. Kd1 Rb8 102. Rc3+ Bd3 103. Rc7 Rf8 104. Kc1 Rf1+ 105. Kb2 Kd2 106. Kb3 Rb1+ 107. Ka4 Be4 108. Rc4 Bd3 109. Rc8 Bb5+ 110. Ka5 Kd3 111. Rc5 Bc4 112. Rg5 Kd4 113. Rh5 Rb2 114. Rg5 Bd5 115. Rg3 Kc4 116. Ka6 Kc5 117. Rc3+ Bc4+ 118. Ka7 Rb4 119. Rh3 Ra4+ 120. Kb8 Bd5 121. Rh6 Bc6 122. Kc7 Ra7+ 123. Kd8 Rd7+ 124. Kc8 Kb6 125. Rf6 Re7 126. Rd6 Re1 127. Rd2 Kc5 128. Kc7 Re7+ 129. Kd8 Rg7 130. Rd1 Bd5 131. Ke8 Kd6 132. Rf1 Rg2 133. Rf6+ Be6 134. Rf1 Rh2 135. Rd1+ Bd5 136. Rf1 Rh6 137. Rf2 Bc4 138. Rd2+ 50.lépés ütés nélkül. 1/2-1/2

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