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Jacob Murey vs Alexander G Beliavsky
Moscow Interzonal (1982), Moscow URS, rd 4, Sep-11
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Chigorin Defense Panov System (C99)  ·  1-0

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Jun-24-20  faulty: this masterpiece was never published in the Soviet Press before the 1990s. They did not publish it in the tournament bulletin (by technical mistake :) ). I had a book with a chapter (30-something pages long) on this tournament. The name of Murey was mentioned 1 (one) time in these 30-sth pages (they still gave his final score in the tournament). just wow.
Jun-24-20
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  perfidious: Bet that, in those days, Bogo and Alekhine would have been mentioned about as often as Murey was. (laughs)
Jun-26-20  faulty: Bogoljubow "came back" earlier. I remember, in mid-1988, I already saw games of Bogoljubow, and when the centenary came in March 1989, one journal published selected maybe 70 or 80 games of Bogoljubow. Murey "came back" in early 1990, I would say (from what I can remember). Alekhine was never a problem except for his games of the WW2 years. Alekhine's article on Jews was published in full probably in 1990.
Jul-17-20  Straclonoor: <Bogoljubow "came back" earlier.> Bogoljubow mentioned in a lot of books in 70s - early 80s. I.e. 'Chess kaleidoscope' by Evgeny Gik.

<Alekhine was never a problem except for his games of the WW2 years. >

Alekhine's games of the WW2 years was published in 'Chess legasy of Alekhine' by Alexander Kotov in 1982. I.e. K Junge vs Alekhine, 1942 р.51-54 vol.II of the book.

Murey could won more easy by nice shot - 35.Bf5+!

Analysis by Stockfish 060620 64 BMI2:

+- (13.55): 35.Bf5+ g6 36.Qa7+ Qb7 37.Qxb8 Qxb8 38.Rxb8 Nc6 39.Rb7+ Ng7 40.Bd7 Na5 41.Rb8 Bc7 42.Rc8 Bb6 43.Bb4 Nb7 44.Rb8 Nc5 45.Rxb6 Nxd7 46.Rxd6 Nf8 47.Ra6 Nd7 48.Rxa4 Nf6 49.Be7 Nfe8 50.Ra7 Ne6 51.Bb4+ N8g7 52.Nxe5 g5 53.Be7 Nf4 54.Bf6 Nfh5 55.Bd8 Nf4 56.Kf1 Kg8 57.Ng4 Kh7 58.Bf6 Nfe6 59.Ne5 h5 60.Kg1 Kg8 61.Re7 Kh7 62.Nf3 Kh6 63.Nd4 g4 64.Nxe6 Nxe6 65.Rxe6 gxh3 66.Be5+ Kg5 67.gxh3 Kh4 68.Kg2

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