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Semyon Abramovich Furman vs Jan Smejkal
Tallinn (1971), Tallinn EST, rd 5, Feb-26
Neo-Grünfeld Defense: Delayed Exchange Variation (D76)  ·  0-1

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Apr-23-20
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  FSR: Tal was a spectator at this game. Afterwards, he asked Smejkal how he would have responded to 91.Nb3. Smejkal responded, "...a2, of course." Tal then pointed out a miracle draw with 92.Nc1!! The pawn is attacked. Promoting it to queen or rook results in stalemate. Promoting it to a bishop just gives White another useless dark-squared bishop. And 92...a1=N 92.Nb3! Nxb3 again stalemates. David Smerdon, The Complete Chess Swindler, p. 9.

Black wins easily with various other 91st moves.

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