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Boris Spassky vs Alexander Kotov
USSR Championship (1955), Moscow URS, rd 7, Feb-21
Caro-Kann Defense: Advance Variation. Botvinnik-Carls Defense (B12)  ·  0-1

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Apr-26-06  hitman84: Beautiful shuffling of King from Kingside to Queenside and then back.

Great Endgame play by Kotov!

Apr-10-07  coolchessguy123: great game, cool opening variation. I might try it sometime.
Sep-08-16  Toribio3: This is not an easy game. It requires care and patience in maneuvering, otherwise-it would have been drawn.
May-14-17  edubueno: 31 h4? es un error. Era mejor 31 a4!
Oct-19-18  edubueno: 21 Ad4!
Nov-04-18  brimarern: Masterful play by Black! The subtleties are as beautiful as (if not more than) any sacrificial attack.
Dec-12-18
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  Honza Cervenka: 25.Rfd1 loses a Pawn. 25.Qf4 was better.

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