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Rashid Nezhmetdinov vs Mark Taimanov
URS-ch sf (1951), Baku, rd 12, May-??
Sicilian Defense: Richter-Rauzer. Classical Variation (B63)  ·  0-1

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Kibitzer's Corner
Jan-15-06  woodenbishop: He may have been demolished by Fischer in Vancouver, B.C.(1971), but here Taimanov beautifully defeats the tricky Nezhmetdinov.
Jan-15-06  ughaibu: What has Fischer got to do with it??? If there was someone who when they posted a Fischer win began their comment with "he may have been demolished by Tal in the candidates at Bled (1959) but here. . . " how would you characterise such a poster for your psychology professor?
Feb-05-06  waddayaplay: LOL, don't you know Fischer is the most important chessplayer? ;-)
Feb-05-06  ughaibu: The comment would be slightly sensible if this game had been played after the Fischer match, but twenty years before. . . . ?!
Jul-12-06  Jgamazo: According to Suetin, White should play 27.Qg2! a3 28.gxh7+ Kh8 29.Bxc4 Qxc4 (if 29...Qd4 30.Bc3!) 30.Bh6! with an irresistible attack.
Jul-13-06
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  plang: Taimanov is a great player who played many beautiful games. It is too bad he is primarily remembered for the Fischer match.
Sep-17-10  sevenseaman: <Igamazu> True, Nez missed the boat When both attacks were hotting up Nez had the drop on Taimanov.

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