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Vitaly Tseshkovsky vs Tigran V Petrosian
USSR Championship (1976), Moscow URS, rd 8, Dec-07
French Defense: Winawer. Advance Variation General (C16)  ·  0-1

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Mar-23-10  Garech: Wny resign? Was this a mobile phone forfeit?
Mar-23-10  nescio: <Garech: Wny resign? Was this a mobile phone forfeit?>

I can only suppose this is a rhetorical question, but there is something strange about the last moves of this game. 30.Kd3?? would have been a huge blunder for a player like Tseshkovsky. Yet Petrosian didn't play 30...Rf3+. It's always possible that both players were in terrible timetrouble, but I suspect there is something wrong with the gamescore.

Mar-23-10
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  Benzol: <Garech> <nescio> Tseshkovsky lost on time according to Vol 2 of The Games Of Tigran Petrosian. The gamescore is incorrect at move 30. It should be 30.Ke2 not d3. I will submit a correction.
Feb-08-15  Everett: I enjoyed Petrosian's "yeah so" 12..0-0 to White's k-side demonstration.
Oct-19-21
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  kingscrusher: In case anyone is wondering why White would allow Qxg3 wrecking his pawn structure, it seems black has resources across the h8-c1 "diagonal of death" e.g.

17.Qh3 Bxc3! and if Bxc3 then Qf4+ being dangerous for picking up the f3 knight

86: Vitaly Tseshkovsky - Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian 0-1 8.0, USSR Championship 1976


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Analysis by Stockfish 14:

1. -+ (-2.18): 18.Bxc3 Qf4+ 19.Kb1 Qxf3 20.Bxf6 Qxh3 21.Rxh3 gxf6 22.c4 d4 23.g5 Ne5 24.Rg3 f5 25.Re1 Nxc4 26.Rxe6 Nb4 27.a3 Nd5 28.g6 Nd2+ 29.Kc1

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