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Baile vs Mark Taimanov
"Baile Out" (game of the day Apr-10-2014)
URS-ch qf (1957), Tbilisi
Sicilian Defense: General (B20)  ·  0-1

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Apr-10-14
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  offramp: In the heart of the Georgian metropolis Mr Bailey plays the famous pianist.
Apr-10-14  morfishine: As noted by <offramp>, Baile has quite an interesting bio: Baile

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Apr-10-14  JohnBoy: Baile must be a big-shot. Only one name, like Sting, Madonna, Prince, ... I wonder if it means something kewl in Georgian.
Apr-10-14
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  perfidious: Discovered all nineteen games played by the mysterious Baile in this event, which is listed as a Soviet title semifinal.

The tournament was won by Taimanov with an undefeated 16.5, followed by Aronin at a respectful distance on 14. Baile scored +3-10=6 for equal 17th.

Apr-10-14
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  TheTamale: <JohnBoy: "Baile must be a big-shot. Only one name, like Sting, Madonna, Prince...">

And he only played opponents whose last names ended in "ov." What a man of intrigue.

Apr-10-14  Kindzero: C'mon guys, you know very well that "Baile" is just a made up figure. It's all soviet propaganda. Get with it.
Apr-10-14
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  kevin86: Mate will follow shortly...
Apr-10-14
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  offramp: I'll bet 29 stotinki that his name is really Biale : ie White.
Apr-10-14
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  Domdaniel: < Only one name, like Sting, Madonna, Prince, ... I wonder if it means something kewl in Georgian.>

"Baile" means 'town' in Gaelic. For what it's worth.

It's pronounced 'boll-yeh'.

Apr-10-14  morfishine: <Domdaniel> "Downtown"
Apr-10-14
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  juan31: Baile means en espaņol "dance"
Apr-10-14
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  thegoodanarchist: Marky Mark starts out playing to equalize, which he does. Then he aggressively capitalizes on White's sub-optimal play and finishes sharply to garner the full point. Well done!
Apr-10-14  RookFile: White's play was interesting and pretty good, aside from treating the light squared bishop like it was a yo-yo.
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