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Mikhail Tal vs Zdravko Milev
13th olm qual. group 1 (1958), Munich FRG, rd 3, Oct-03
Tarrasch Defense: Symmetrical Variation (D32)  ·  1-0

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Oct-05-03  tud: It's a 17 d5 !!
Nov-23-04  jmvargas: 7...Nb6?
here was better to play 7...Nd5xNc3 8.b2xNc3 8...c5xd4
Sep-06-15  Poisonpawns: Tal at his peak. If 18..dxe4 then Bb6!and Qxe4+
May-23-17  tigreton: A prove that Tal saw his pieces from a dynamic perspective is the move 16. Be3. He knew the pawn won't be on d4 for too long, and that the bishop won't actually close the e-file for the rook.
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