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Jan Timman vs Viktor Korchnoi
Tilburg Interpolis (1985), Tilburg NED, rd 14, Sep-17
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Three Knights Variation (E21)  ·  0-1

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Nov-20-07  computer chess guy: Very interesting endgame. Korchnoi could have tried 47. .. ♘e7, but let the White passer Queen immediately with 47. .. ♔xa4. 49. .. ♔b3! is another nice move. My computer liked another defense after 49. .. ♔b3: 50. ♗g7 a5 51. ♖xe6 a4 52. ♖e1, but I believe White is losing in that line, too, after 52. .. b5.
Apr-09-18  Toribio3: I love this game. Both players are gladiators. They entertain enthusiasts like me. I hope these kind of geniuses will increase on earth!
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