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Viacheslav Osnos vs Anatoly Lein
USSR Championship (1968/69), Alma-Ata (Almaty) URS, rd 15, Jan-25
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Line (E40)  ·  1-0



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Dec-09-09  ughaibu: A small selection of amusing and un-kibitzed games won by Osnos:

V Osnos vs I Rubel, 1958

Simagin vs V Osnos, 1960

V Osnos vs V Tarasov, 1967

V Osnos vs Geller, 1967

V Osnos vs A Shashin, 1970

V Pankratov vs V Osnos, 1970

V Osnos vs Sveshnikov, 1974

Nov-14-10  Autoreparaturwerkbau: 30.Bxa4 deserves a "!" in my opinion.
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  Fusilli: <Nov-14-10 Autoreparaturwerkbau: 30.Bxa4 deserves a "!" in my opinion.>

Yes, that's a nice finish, but White had spoiled everything with 28.Rxf7?

Instead, 28.Bxc2 was a simple winner. Black should have played 28...Rxf7, surviving comfortably.

Sep-03-12  erichbf: Fusilli: 28 Rf7! is actually very strong move...if 28... Rf8? Then 29. Qg8+ and Black is White will next take R with check...
Sep-03-12  master of defence: Why not 29...Rxc2?
Sep-04-12  Antiochus: <masterofdefence>
After 29..Rxc2 30.Rxc2check Bxc2 31d7check

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