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Tal Shaked vs Boris Spassky
Generations (1998), Cannes FRA, rd 2, Feb-22
Scotch Game: General (C45)  ·  0-1

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Feb-07-11  acme: What a disaster. 17. Nxa8 is, of course, not possible because of 17. ...Nd4 18. Bd3 Nxc2.
Feb-07-11  AnalyzeThis: I'm sure you're right, but white can be forgiven for overlooking this, I think.
Feb-07-11  kingfu: It is an axiom that white, after castling queen side must do K-b1.

There are several more interesting things going on here.

His name is Tal. My friends call me Botvinnik. Master Shaked makes a living writing code for Google. He probably gets shares of Google for writing code instead of playing chess. Google is about $611 a share right now.

Many activities pay more than The Gruenfeld Exchange Variation.

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