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Tal Shaked vs Vladimir Kramnik
Tilburg Fontys (1997), Tilburg NED, rd 1, Sep-27
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Reshevsky Variation (E46)  ·  0-1



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Nov-21-03  FeArMySkiLLz: White played a good game but in the end - Black won.I like the NimzoIndian.
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  chancho: A super Grandmaster playing a Grandmaster. Kramnik makes it look easy.
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  Microbe: Hello. I really enjoyed this game, but being a poor player (especially in the endgame) I don't quite understand 34.f3. Can anyone elaborate for me please? I would be most grateful. =)
Jun-24-10  Don Cossacks: Tal got schooled.
Jun-24-10  Catfriend: <Microbe> Re: 34.f3 - not that it matters, White is lost, but IMO f3 is a last desperate attempt, trying to free Bg2 from the guarding duty, in order to play Bf1 - there, it can protect d3.
Jun-13-13  Cemoblanca: ShakeDown! :D

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