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Mark Pasman vs Mikhail Tal
LAT-ch (1954), Riga URS
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Variation. Bernstein Defense (E59)  ·  0-1

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Dec-15-05  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Was 29.Rd4 any better?
Apr-08-09  squizz: I don't think 29. Rd4 is any better. After 29. ...Nxd4 white just loses the exchange.
Apr-08-09  Peaceactivist: squizz, u are four years too late with your answer.
Oct-02-10  thommc: What's four years in chess? It's timeless.
Jun-11-15  DanielHoseano: I'm five years late
Jun-11-15  jvv: White missed
24.g3 Qf5 25.Bd1 Bd3 25.d5 exd5 26.g4 or even 26.Qc3.
Jun-11-15  TheFocus: "Care for a draw, Mikhail?"

"No. You don't get a pass, man."

May-08-18  jabinjikanza: Amazing finish by tal

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