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Boris Spassky vs Eduardo Perez Gosalbes
Tel Aviv Olympiad Final-A (1964), Tel Aviv ISR, rd 8, Nov-18
Caro-Kann Defense: Karpov. Smyslov Variation Main Line (B17)  ·  1-0

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Dec-02-13  YoGoSuN: Seeing Spassky's Bd1 surprised me at first, but when I thought about it he probably thought it an asset to keep the bishops, as Nb4 would then have been annoying. And that LSB really turns out to be a great piece.

It's also incredible to see how Spassky's superior positional understanding sets up the Bxd5+! shot at the end. All of his moves, starting with Nxf6+! are subtle in indirectly put Black's king under a lot of pressure. Spassky expertly traps Black's king in the middle. A true beauty!

Jun-19-20
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  carpovius: Baroccan) Wonderful game by Spassky!
Jun-19-20
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  Retireborn: One supposes that Spassky had seen this game:-

J Trapl vs E Perez Gonsalves, 1961

and was well-prepared for this opponent.

Jun-20-20
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  carpovius: <Retireborn> Looks like PĂ©rez is Carokann antispecialust))

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