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Vladimir Filippovich Gergenreder vs Moskaliev
corr (1937) (correspondence)
Sicilian Defense: Richter-Rauzer. Classical Variation (B63)  ·  0-1

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Mar-04-12  backrank: What makes this game so witty is the fact that Black can reply to White's attack 16. g5 to the Nf6 with three counter-attacking moves in succession: 16. ... b4, 17. ... e5 and 18. ... Ba4. And when White is finally able to capture the Nf6, he does so in an already lost position. The final combination 22. ... Rxd3! is devastating.

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