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Gunnar Uusi vs Mikhail Tal
Keres Memorial 3rd (1981), Tallinn URS, rd 9, Mar-19
Indian Game: Anti-Nimzo-Indian (E10)  ·  0-1



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Feb-19-07  whatthefat: A very original game from Tal, showing he still had plenty of magic. Black gets adequate compensation for the queen due to how well the black pieces coordinate. In the end 34.Kh3? seems a decisive error, as the alternative 34.Kf3 d1=Q 35.Rxd1 avoids the fork, and allows a draw by repetition after 35...Rxd1 36.Qe5+ Kh4 37.Qh2+
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  FSR: This must have been a very satisfying game for Tal, who had lost to Uusi in their two prior games. The second of those losses ended a record non-losing streak of Tal's.

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