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Svetozar Gligoric vs Yuri L Averbakh
Titovo Uzice (1966), rd 13, Jul-20
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Variation. Gligoric System (E53)  ·  1-0

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  whiteshark: First? That's unbelievable!
Feb-18-08  mistreaver: awesome game...
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  whiteshark:


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<35.Rh6!!> begins the tactical firework <35...Qd7 36.Re6!> Possible due to the weakness of the 8th rank. <36...Qxe6 37.d7 Rd6 38.d8Q+ Rxd8 39.Qxd8+ Qg8 40.Qxb6> transforming to a won ♕endgame


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Feb-18-08  brankat: What a fine performance by Gligo!
Jul-13-19  joddon: magnus Carlsen is a mixture of Gligoric and Karpov…..both players in past history knew how to get an opening from an opening and finish the game with loaded fireworks, and blazing tactics....there was no other way he learned except from learning the skill in their games!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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