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Alexander G Beliavsky vs Jan Timman
Madrid (1995), Madrid ESP, rd 2, May-10
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical. Noa Variation (E34)  ·  1-0

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Feb-11-11  Atking: Beliavsky at his best. Very strong. 21...Rd8 & 22...O-O may be too automatic. 21...Kf8! looks more flexible. 22.Bc4 Bc8! 23.Rc7 (Taking the square of the N) 23...Be6 24.Kd3 Nb5 25.BxNb5 BxNd5 seems defend 26.b4 a5! 27.Ra1? axb 28.RxRa8+ BxRa8 29.Rc8+ Kg7 else 26.Kd4 Bxg2 27.Rg1 Rd8+ 28.Kc5 Rd5+ 29.Kc4 (29.Kb4 a5+! 30.Kxa5 Kg7) 29...Bf3 30.Ra1 Rd2 Black is Ok.

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