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Mikhail Tal vs Atanas Stefanov Kolarov
EUR-chT (Men) 4th (1970), Kapfenberg AUT, rd 3, May-12
Caro-Kann Defense: Gurgenidze System (B15)  ·  1-0

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Jan-27-10  butilikefur: qxd6 qxb7 qf6 bxg7 qxg7 qb8 kf7 qxa7 kf8 qxg7 kxg7 a4
Nov-17-10
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  perfidious: Tal's 25.Ne5 is a beautiful interpolation, as either 25....Qxe6 26.Nxg6+ or 25....Rff8 26.Nxg6+ cost Black his queen.
Sep-15-11  Bryan14: Can't kolarov go for a perpetual after 36.Qxb7 ???
Sep-15-11
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  Sastre: Black doesn't have a perpetual after 35...Qxd6 36.Qxb7 Qd1+ 37.Kh2 Qd6+ 38.g3.
Jan-07-12  King Death: The move 25.Ne5 was very pretty but I think Tal could have played 25. c4 too. Once the queen moves then 26.ef is played and I don't think Black would survive for too long with his material disadvantage and weak e pawn.
Oct-28-15  mikealando: Tal the magnificent
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