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Semyon Furman vs Igor Bondarevsky
USSR Championship (1963), Leningrad URS, rd 1, Nov-24
Queen's Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch Defense. Main Line (D42)  ·  1-0



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  HeMateMe: how to play a Q + P endgame. Furman produced a pawn weakness in black's camp, exploited 20 moves later.

Weren't Furman and Bondarevsky the trainers for Karpov and Spassky, respectfully?

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  perfidious: They were, Bondarevsky replacing Tolush, a change which Spassky credited with aiding his ascent to the very top.
Mar-01-18  RookFile: Tough game. I'm sure it's easy for the computer, but what exactly black did that was wrong, I don't know.
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  OhioChessFan: Qc7/a5/h5 doesn't make a good impression. And immediately after playing Qa5, Black plays cxd4 and opens up the center when White has all his major pieces positioned there. Very odd decision.
Mar-01-18  ChessHigherCat: I don't understand why white didn't force the trade of queens with 43. Qg5+ Qxg5 44. fxg5 Kg7 45. d7 Bxd7 46. Bxd7 Kg6 48. Be8. Can black draw that end game?
Mar-02-18  ozmikey: <ChessHigherCat> 44...Kf8 not 44...Kg7.
Mar-02-18  ChessHigherCat: <ozmikey>: I see, thanks!

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