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Vladimir Simagin vs Alexander Kotov
Moscow-ch (1945), Moscow URS, rd 1
Catalan Opening: Open Defense (E02)  ·  1-0

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Dec-14-05  stanleys: Surprised that there aren't any comments!A very good example of pure positional play:how to exploit an open file and increase gradually the advantages of the position.At the end there is also a classical rook ending
Feb-21-15  Poisonpawns: Brilliance.Domination of d file/exploit 4/3 Pawn majority/Cripple the opponents majority/Trade pieces down/win simple ending!

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