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Mikhail Tal vs Vicente Landero Luna
Seville op (1992), Seville ESP, rd 2, Jan-11
Caro-Kann Defense: Accelerated Panov Attack. Modern Variation (B10)  ·  1-0

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Mar-29-05  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Tal refused to let d5-pawn die too soon and with it's help he eventually won the winning position... Clever.
Jan-22-06
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  pilobolus: It is another nice Tal's
puzzle.
After 23...f6 three of Tal's
pieces are hanging.
Jan-22-06  Fischer of Men: Trying to predict Tal's moves, I looked at 22.Nxh5 which seemed to suit his usual style.
Jan-23-06  TalEl: 22.Nxh5 fails to 22...Ng5
Mar-12-06  Cerebrum Of Tal: The body is very weak, but the mind is still very willing to go for complicated games. This game was played on his second-to-the last major tournament... Tal to the end.
Nov-24-10  sevenseaman: Sharp and terrifying as an unsheathed knife, its difficult to imagine he were to die the same year.
Nov-20-11  sevenseaman: Its no wonder there is a Tal Memorial - no effort is too big as a tribute. He will continue to be a phenomenon down the ages. This last gasp game alone is testimony enough.
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