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Yuri L Averbakh vs Nikolai V Krogius
USSR Championship (1959), Tbilisi URS, rd 13, Jan-31
Gruenfeld Defense: Brinckmann Attack. Grünfeld Gambit (D83)  ·  1-0

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Oct-19-09  ughaibu: Chess is hard work, even when it's textbook perfection.
Oct-19-09
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  mig55: Averbakh wrote a lot of books on endgames.
Oct-25-16
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  zydeco: With 69...Ra3 black can maintain the status quo, just shuffling his king between g7 and h7. As Averbakh nicely demonstrates, it's much easier for him to win the endgame with queens, rather than rooks.
Nov-10-19
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  woldsmandriffield: Some comments on the ending


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Averbakh avoids 90 Qe7? Qd4+ =


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Black resigned. If 97..Qa4+ 98 Ke6 Qe4+ 99 Kf6 Qd4+ 100 Kg6 Qb6+ 101 Kg7 Qb2+ 102 Kg8 +-

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