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Bruno Parma vs Tigran V Petrosian
Moscow (1971), Moscow URS, rd 9, Dec-05
Sicilian Defense: Paulsen. Bastrikov Variation (B48)  ·  0-1

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Jun-26-09  SimonWebbsTiger: a case of "the pin is mightier than the sword"?
Jun-26-09  SimonWebbsTiger: or maybe Petrosian's powerful pinning piece poleaxed Parma's position?
Jun-26-09
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  Honza Cervenka: Quite brutal and instructive lesson on some pivotal ideas in Sicilian.
Jun-26-09  ughaibu: A parallel of Fischer vs Tal, 1959
Jun-26-09  twinlark: I heard that!
Mar-01-13  olpa: I've looked in two books, and both said that "24.exd5 is impossible due to 24...e4", but I could not understand what black gets with it. Finally, I run an engine to find that the threat is Qxh2#.
Mar-01-13
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  perfidious: < SimonWebbsTiger: or maybe Petrosian's powerful pinning piece poleaxed Parma's position?>

After 'poleaxed', I should possibly add 'putrid, passive position'.

This is a fine example of a terminal pin-Parma never breaks free of the coils set out by the wily Iron Tigran.

Jun-26-21  tonsillolith: Parma Frost

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