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Vladimir Doroshkevich vs Vladimir Tukmakov
USSR Championship (1970), Riga URS, rd 9, Dec-07
English Opening: King's English Variation. Three Knights System General (A27)  ·  0-1

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Jun-26-04  Tigran Petrosian: Nice.
Aug-02-05
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  wwall: White had to play 8.Bxg2.

Not 8...Bxd7 or 8...Qxd7, then 9.Bxg2.

If 9.Bxd8, then 9...gxh1=Q 10.Bxc7 Qc6

Jul-18-06  mack: http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail...
Sep-20-07  syracrophy: 8...♘xd7!! A delightful conclusion! Reminds me of Rusakov vs Verlinsky, 1947.

It's a shame that this can't be a puzzle, cause White's last move was check

Nov-12-09
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  Phony Benoni: White is caught in-between.
Apr-14-10
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  tpstar: Amazing how this trap and this miniature showed up in a USSR Championship.

Relative pins may be broken.

Aug-14-10  wladimirsky: What a beautiful move!

Chess is a delight, because no matter how long you have played the game, you still get to see new pearls like this one.

Aug-01-11
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  Benzol: This trap occurred twice in the same year

Razuvaev vs Kupreichik, 1970

Oct-10-12
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  perfidious: As this game was played in November 1970, we may assume that White had not seen the bulletins from Erevan with the game mentioned by <Benzol>.
May-17-19  N.O.F. NAJDORF: I thought white would play 8 Bxg2
and wondered why he chose a line which leaves him a pawn down.

I soon found out why.

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