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Paul Keres vs Anatoly S Lutikov
USSR Team ch semi-final (1964), Tallinn EST, rd 5, Oct-05
Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation (B01)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Apr-03-03  refutor: nice exchange sac by lutikov to promote the passed pawn
Apr-17-10
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  grasser: The final position is not lost for White.
Oct-18-11
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  Xeroxx: Who is lost?
Nov-15-15
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  sachistu: The result given here is incorrect and apparently an error that has been repeated in various online sources. The game was drawn after White's 41st (see Shakhmatny Bulletin, 1964, game 14 page 362).

It's a minor point, but a more precise description of the event is USSR (or URS) team championship semi-final. However, it was at Tallinn. I'll submit a correction slip.

Nov-17-15
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  Domdaniel: There is still some play in this game, though a draw is likely.

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