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Mikhail Tal vs Boris Rytov
Tallinn (1973), Tallinn URS, rd 14, Mar-11
Hungarian Opening: Slav Formation (A00)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Feb-01-05  quovadis: could some one tell me what was the idea behind 15. Bh3 . please . thank's.....
Feb-01-05  me to play: One thought would be simply to place the bishop on a more promising diagonal...since black's pawn chain at b7,c6, and d5 leaves the bishop with not much future at g2.
Feb-01-05  quovadis: could some one tell me why did Tal took 3 moves to place his Bishop from c1 to b2 , 19.Bd2 , 20.Bc3 , 21.Bb2 . instead of 1 move directly . please , thank's .
Feb-02-05  quovadis: could some one tell me why did Tal took 3 moves to place his Bishop from c1 to b2 , 19.Bd2 , 20.Bc3 , 21.Bb2 . instead of 1 move directly . thank's for your comment's
Feb-02-05  refutor: he was in no rush...his opponent couldn't improve his position so he took three moves to do it instead of one

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