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Mikhail Tal vs Robert Wade
Tallinn (1971), Tallinn EST, rd 10, Mar-05
Caro-Kann Defense: Panov Attack. Fianchetto Defense Fianchetto Gambit (B13)  ·  1-0

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Nov-29-08  Jim Bartle: Way too complex for me starting about move 17. Nice finish by Tal.
Jun-08-19
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  perfidious: As Cafferty wrote, it was surprising really that Tal never favoured the Panov against the Caro-Kann, what with his great fondness for open play.
Jun-08-19
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  Oginschile: To wade in deep waters, it helps to be Tal(l)
Jun-09-19  ughaibu: And Tal was Tal!
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