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Alexey Suetin vs Tigran V Petrosian
USSR Championship (1950), Moscow URS, rd 1, Nov-12
Spanish Game: Closed Variations. Center Attack (C84)  ·  1-0

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Jul-01-14
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  Honza Cervenka: Whole 6.d4 line is considered quite toothless but in this case young (not yet so) Iron Tigran, who probably followed the example from Wade vs Smyslov, 1950, went down practically without any real resistance after losing a Pawn already in the opening. Instead of 12...Qxd6 black should play 12...Bxd6.

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