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Nechemia Kasimov vs Roman Dzindzichashvili
Rishon LeZion Jubilee Tournament (1978), Rishon LeZion ISR, rd 2, Dec-25
Indian Game: Przepiorka Variation (A49)  ·  1-0



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  hemy: thanks to <luftforlife> for editing my comments and submitting the game to CG.
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  OhioChessFan: Wow, what a scalp.
Nov-08-17  faulty: congrats, buddy.
I know, it's 39 years too late but what a feeling
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  hemy: <faulty> thanks my friend. I played only 2 individual tournament during 23 years living in Israel, in 1978 and 1984.
Jun-16-18  morfishine: Powerful and instructive game by White! Nice notes
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  technical draw: Very good <hemy>. I liked Dzindzi. I played him once in NYC. He won and it cost me 2 dollars.
Jun-06-20  jerseybob: <hemy> : What excellent technique!
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  hemy: <jerseybob> I guess Roman was surprised by my middle game and endgame skills. I learned this from my mentors Vladas Mikenas and Isakas Vistaneckis
Jun-09-20  jerseybob: <hemy: <jerseybob> I guess Roman was surprised by my middle game and endgame skills. I learned this from my mentors Vladas Mikenas and Isakas Vistaneckis> You knew Mikenas? At a certain point in the 1930's he almost seemed world-class (the game vs. Alekhine) and could be dangerous any time(the game vs. Tal), but his openings seemed to get less and less sound.
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  hemy: <jerseybob>
<You knew Mikenas?> Mikenas was my trainer when I was high school student. He was also my teammate in Vilnius and Lithuania team, include 1967 USR team championship.

Isakas Vistaneckis was a coach in Vilnius chess club. He was well known as an endgames expert and for his skills in adjourned games analysis. He was also a coach of USSR "Spartak" chess team, where on 1st board played Tigran Petrosian.

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  Cannon Fodder: Congratulations to Kasimov. Excellent game and instructive endgame play.

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