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Boris Spassky vs Jacob Yuchtman
Rostov on Don (1952)
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation (E28)  ·  1-0

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Jan-09-02  bishop: The move 14...c4 is conttroversial to say the least.Botvinnik beat Capablanca in this type of position.If the great Capa cannot hold up white's attack nobody can.
Aug-16-03  PVS: 15...g6 was no prize package either.
Jul-05-09  Knight13: <PVS, bishop> Yes. Those two moves both weaken the dark squares tremendously.
Oct-20-17
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  plang: Today amateur players are taught to not play ..g6 when you have given up your dark-squared bishop and your opponent still has his.
Oct-21-17  morfishine: Spassky was 15, Yuchtman 17

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