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Paul Keres vs Mark Taimanov
USSR Championship (1955), Moscow URS, rd 8, Feb-22
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Three Knights Variation (E21)  ·  1-0



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Dec-08-09  Willace88: Keres says 23. ... ♕xc3 is black's best try, as on 24.♖hc1 right away, black has ...♕d2+ 25.♔h1 h3! 26.♖xc7+ ♔b8 27.♖xb7+ ♔a8 28.♗xh3 ♕e3+ 29.♔h2 ♖xh3+. It still looks like black just has a perpetual, though.
Sep-03-16  cwcarlson: Black is only slightly worse after 18...Bb7 19.Qa7 Rhe8 20.Kf2 Re5 21.Qa4 Ra5 22.Qc2 Kb8.

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