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Vasily Smyslov vs Maia Chiburdanidze
Veterans-Women (1994), Monte Carlo MNC, rd 6, Jun-??
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. King's Indian Formation (A15)  ·  1-0

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Aug-14-10
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  Fusilli: Moves 73-74 are obviously wrong.

Smylov patiently works to impose his exchange advantage in the endgame.

Aug-14-10  smaragdus: Wow, these moves 73 and 74 are just amazing, clever mutual declined sacrifices.
Jul-07-12  master of defence: Yeah. I donĀ“t know which move is worse here. 73...Qd2+ or 74.Kh3. Winning was 74.Qxd2 or 74...Qxe3.
Oct-25-12  vinidivici: i dont know if 81...Bd2 is a strong one. But Move the bishop from the h8-a1 diagonal for this kind of endgame isnt so prudent.

81...Bf6 guarantees a raw.

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