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Alexander G Beliavsky vs Artur Yusupov
URS-ch54 (1987), Minsk, rd 5, Mar-??
Dutch Defense: Stonewall. Modern Variation (A90)  ·  0-1



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Apr-28-07  howtobeatyourdad: in this position white resigned due to kf1 rf6 Black will swap the rook and his pawn will promote . understanding chess tactics pg 24
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  GrahamClayton: White also loses after 55. ♔h1 e2 56. ♖e5+ ♖e6.
May-09-14  Bowen Island: The first 24 moves of this game are covered on pages 25-28 in the book "Opening Preparation," by Dvoretsky and Yusupov.
Sep-13-17  Howard: The ending is extensively analyzed in the Informant, by the way...

...though Stockfish and Rybka would almost certainly find a hole or two in the analysis somewhere.

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