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Mark Taimanov vs Alexey Suetin
USSR Championship (1954), Kiev URS, rd 9, Jan-20
English Opening: Symmetrical. Rubinstein Variation (A34)  ·  1-0

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Oct-05-15  zydeco: Playing over Taimanov's games, it's amazing how often he gets a clear advantage only a few moves out of the opening. Black apparently gets too ambitious with the time-wasting 5....Nc7 followed by the overly-direct 6....Nc6. By move 13, it's clear that white is winning material.

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