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Borislav Milic vs Svetozar Gligoric
YUG-ch (1945), Novi Sad, rd 7, Sep-22
Gruenfeld Defense: Exchange Variation (D85)  ·  0-1

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May-23-06
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  plang: Gligorics style is so clear. His games appear so simple. He played the Gruenfeld at a time when it was still a rarity. Final position is a nice example of zugswang.
Aug-05-13  jerseybob: White plays 12.Nh4? to operate on the b-file, but black's straightforward 13..Rb8 shuts that down, and the knight is out of play for another ten moves. Better was to operate on the c-file with 12.Ba3 and Rc1 to follow.
Nov-21-15  garrido: black play movie
33.....- a1 and win

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