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Viktor Sereda vs Gambarashvilli
Tiflis (1934)
Indian Game: Yusupov-Rubinstein System (A46)  ·  0-1

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Oct-19-07
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  paavoh: A pretty finish. See comments by GM Minev at http://www.chesscafe.com/skittles/s...
Jul-08-10  DWINS: Both Irving Chernev in "The Russians Play Chess" and IM Nikolay Minev writing an article for chesscafe.com refer to this opening as a Colle System and not a Queen's Indian.
Mar-08-12  backrank: Minev's article is now accessible in the chesscafe.com archives under http://www.chesscafe.com/text/skitt...
Mar-08-12
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  FSR: When I was a correspondence player, with a gaudy 2499 rating (I had won all my games thus far), a 1500-something played the Colle against me. I tried to emulate this game. Alas, he didn't play like Sereda, I blundered and allowed a very strong bishop sac for three pawns, and was <very> relieved when he (doubtless overawed by my rating) allowed a draw by three-time repetition.
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