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Hector Rossetto vs Miguel Najdorf
Mar del Plata (1962), Mar del Plata ARG, rd 1, Mar-??
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation (B95)  ·  0-1

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Aug-12-03  stef21: The only way how to win an opposite coloured bishop ending is to create a situation of two pawns vs one pawn, M. Najdorf managed to do that in a 4 pawns vs 4 pawns ending!!!
Mar-20-12  screwdriver: Looks like white violated some basic endgame rules to lose this one. Keep your king in front of your opponents' passed pawns! What was he doing going over to C4??
May-02-12  screwdriver: <stef21: The only way how to win an opposite coloured bishop ending is to create a situation of two pawns vs one pawn, M. Najdorf managed to do that in a 4 pawns vs 4 pawns ending!!!> I'll have to try to remember that.

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