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Boris Spassky vs Lubomir Kavalek
Solingen (m/3) (1977), Solingen GER, rd 3
Pirc Defense: Austrian Attack. Weiss Variation (B09)  ·  1-0

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Sep-22-14  Ediciones3jaques: Manejo espectacular de 2T y A. Que partida magistral.
Sep-22-14  goldenbear: 23.Ra4!? Qg7 24.Qe3 also looks strong to me...
Sep-23-14  talwnbe4: Stockfish can't evaluate the position correctly after 23. Qf4, Stockfish recommends 23..Qg4 and thinks it's even, but there is a major bug in the engine eval as after 24. Qh6 black is still in trouble and Stockfish then plays 24..Qd7 repeating the same position but with 1.4 eval. Exceedingly well played game by Spassky.
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