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Yuri Sakharov vs Tigran V Petrosian
URS-ch sf (1957), Kiev UKR, rd 2, Nov-12
French Defense: Winawer. Bogoljubow Variation (C17)  ·  0-1

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Dec-16-05
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  suenteus po 147: Interesting. This doesn't strike me as a technically won endgame. Are Petrosian's connected passed pawns decisive in the final position?
Dec-16-05  iron maiden: Together with the third passed pawn that Black will get after capturing on a3, sure they are.
Mar-24-10  Garech: Petrosian playing the French is literally awesome - he has got brilliant creativity. Can't get enough!
Aug-13-19
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  sbevan: 1) -3.47 (20 ply) 42...f5 43.Rg5+ Kf6 44.Rg8 Rxa3 45.Rf8+ Kg7 46.Re8 Kf7 47.Rb8 Rb3 48.h4 a3 49.h5 Kg7 50.Re8 a2 51.Re7+ Kh6 52.Rxe6+ Kxh5 53.Ra6 Rb2 54.c4 b4

Enough for Iron Tigran to win.

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