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Hans Berliner vs Georgy Konstantinovich Borisenko
5th CC World Ch Final (1965) (correspondence), corr ICCF
Gruenfeld Defense: Exchange. Classical Variation (D86)  ·  1-0

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Aug-26-06  think: Can anyone explain why black resigned here?
Aug-26-06
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  Benzol: Borisenko withdrew mid-tournament and 12 of his games were awarded to his opponents. However, he did draw 3 games and score one win against J. Richter.
Aug-26-06  kinghunt72: dont know, why did black resign?
Aug-26-06  positionalgenius: Borisenko withdrew mid-tournament,I believe.
Aug-26-06  RandomVisitor: Black could have forfeited the game on time - after 17...Bxc8 the position slightly favors white but it is no means worth resigning.
Aug-26-06
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  Benzol: Am I on everyones ignore list or don't kibitzers read what's already been posted. LOL.
Aug-26-06
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  TheAlchemist: I was wondering too, why did Black resign?

<Benzol> Sorry, couldn't resist :-)

And it's not like there are 10 pages of kibitzing here already. It happens... :-)

Aug-27-06
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  Richard Taylor: I would be interested in looking at the correspondence games (WCC and other) history of. I have a book about Purdy's games - bio - history. I have played a lot of correspondence chess -it is a great way to play chess - perhaps the best chess is sometimes played.
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