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Vladimir Simagin vs Alexander Chistiakov
25th Ch Moscow (1946), Moscow (URS), rd 3, Jan-27
Dutch Defense: Classical. Stonewall Variation (A95)  ·  1-0



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Jan-09-05  Whitehat1963: Beautiful play from the player of the day. 31. Rad1! 34. Rxd7! 35. Rg7+! 39. Rxh7+! Slick and impressive finish!
Sep-15-07  wolfmaster: 39.? Monday Puzzle.
Jan-10-11  sevenseaman: 34. Rxd7 is cool nerve; and what a work of art it produces! I hope <Benzol> can come up with another Simagin masterpiece to rival this.
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  Benzol: <sevenseaman> Try this one Vladimir Pavlovich Simagin vs K Holecek, 1963
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  Benzol: F Ignatiev vs Vladimir Pavlovich Simagin, 1959 is another interesting one.
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  Benzol: I thought this was another fascinating struggle Vladimir Pavlovich Simagin vs R Altshuler, 1963
Apr-20-14  Rookiepawn: I'm lost... I simply cannot grasp 25... dxc4. Wouldn't Qg6 make much more sense? It threatens fxg4+, puts pressure on g4, allows Black Q access to the h file...

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