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Leonid D Zaid vs Valery A Chekhov
Junior Tournament (1975), Sochi URS, Apr-??
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Normal Defense (E81)  ·  0-1

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Nov-27-08  PieterPriems: Great pin!
Jul-22-09  rangek: audacious pin! chekhov sure milked this one
Dec-04-10  KingG: One of the best pins I ever seen.
Dec-05-10
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  sleepyirv: Isn't there another game where a bishop pins a d2 rook to the king alongside a rook on d1, leaving White tied up?
Dec-05-10
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  Phony Benoni: <sleepyirv> You may be thinking of Kaplan vs Bronstein, 1975
Dec-05-10
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  sleepyirv: Thank you, <Phony Benoni>! That is the game the I was thinking of. '75 was a good year for rook tie-ups.
Apr-19-15  Delboy: White maybe thought he was winning when he played 16. f5. From then on Chekhow starts squeezing him like a python.
Apr-07-18  SpiritedReposte: Quite the bind. After being what looked like a pawn up in broad daylight.

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