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Jan Gadalinski vs Vasily Smyslov
Warsaw (1947), Warsaw POL, Apr-??
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical Variation (E32)  ·  0-1

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Oct-11-09  King.Arthur.Brazil: Until 11..Bb7 the game seem equal, but white went on a wrong plan, he could get e4 ans avoid some complications.13...Ng4 showed the weakness of KS and natural Sac. 14.Nxf2 aftrer e4! if Be2 Te6 would be veru stong. White tried to block the Bb7 with d5, but it comes to Pc5 attack. After Rfb1 white has no space, has 2P less (d5 falls) noway to recover the lost material.

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