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Viacheslav Agzamov vs Vladimir Veremeichik
USSR jr-ch (1968)
Indian Game: Spielmann-Indian (A46)  ·  0-1



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May-06-03  Xeeniner: is there some reason 4.Bxe5 is wrong?
May-06-03  refutor: 4. ... ♕a5+
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  Sneaky: d'oh!! <-- Homer Simpson voice
May-07-03  KrillinKC: Actually, 5. ... Qa5+ would be the move =). Free bishop for black.
Mar-29-04  ArturoRivera: I like to see these games, why would the other guy wil think that a free pawn or a free position was at his hand without delivering a hole Knight or bishop.
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  GrahamClayton: A similar theme can be found in this game:

Zaitsik vs Zichulidze, 1976

Both losers overlooked the check from the queen on the a-file, which also attacks the bishop.

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  FSR: Another game with this motif is NN vs Pandolfini, 1967, a Kan Sicilian.
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