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Netzhmetdinov because of the quiet moves.
Nezhmetdinov was better
i like nezhmetdinov
And i liked tal's queen sac
ElfZhang: The queen could recapture with more room to run for the king.
At 15:49, black could play nxc2 mate instead of b5
tal's Queen sack
So probably Tal
i just have a thing where i pick people i know in contest thingys.
Nezhmetdinov because of the excited Rxf4!!!!!!!!!
At 6:40, you said black is winning, but white can play Bf6 and then black has nothing.
Nez, But tal is still better overall
Nice video! I think Tal's is better
Nezhmetdinov was awesome!
Difficult choice. I think Nezhmetidov had a more concrete position, so the Queen sacrifice was less risky, but better tactic. Tal's was more impressive from a guts standpoint since it seems less concrete, but not as good from an overall standpoint, since it didn't lead directly to mate. Impressive games from both though. Thanks for the video. Final vote is for Tal; I just like that sort of thing.
nez had a better attack but tals was good too.
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