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Viktor Korchnoi vs Mikhail Tal
Moscow (1968), rd 8, Jul-10
Queen's Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch Defense. Main Line (D42)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Sep-22-12  bystander: 6) e4 looks a litte bit more promising for white compared to 6) e3.
Sep-22-12  bystander: Why did black play 14...g6?
Sep-22-12  bystander: Instead of 19 ♘c6x -> 19 ♕f3.
a) 19) ♕f3 ♗e5x 20) de5x ♕g5 21) ♕g3 ♕g3x 22) hg3x looks the best for black, but white has an advantage.

b) 19) ♕f3 ♘e5x 20) de5x ♗e4x 21) ♘e4x ♗e5x 22) ♖d8x.

c) 19) ♕f3 ♘d4x 20) ♖d4x ♕d4x 21) ♕f6x ♖c7 22) ♗b7x ♖c7x 23) ♖d1.

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