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Rashid Nezhmetdinov vs Alexander Tolush
USSR Championship (1957), Moscow URS, rd 4, Jan-25
French Defense: Winawer. Advance Variation General (C16)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Dec-26-10  laskereshevsky: What a pitty.... Those two Berserkir masters played toghether only once.....
May-10-11  offramp: And would

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87....c2 have won?

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  dernier loup de T: Yes, Offramp: 87...c2 would have won; even still at the 92th move! The silicon monsters are...monsters!, lol!...
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Sheer madness--the complications only increased with every exchange.
Apr-25-16  zydeco: I couldn't even begin to analyze this game - such a joy to play through!
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  ToTheDeath: 28. Qb5? was insane. Allowing the structure to be wrecked just to get queens off. Simply 28.Qe2! was easily winning.

Good battle, amazing white held.

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  perfidious: Perhaps Tolush was short of time near the end of the fourth(!) time check, which came at move 88 and wanted to be sure of his win--which then vanished like a mirage.

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