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The chess news was not that Botvinnik won thecrucial games, but the way he won them.
No second can work for a player; the player must himself work.>>. Such comments missed the point of the creative effect Tal's games have had on Botvinnik. said Salo Flohr, a Czechoslovakian master who has become an elder statesman of Russian chess Flohr's analysis was that Botvinnik was creating chessboard situations that denied Tal the opportunity to work his bold combinations He was maneuvering Tal into simple positions where Tal, an artist in complexity, felt unsure of himself: "This goads Tal into reckless experiments that would be too much for him even if he were in good form".
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Tal vs Botvinnik, 1961 Tal had kidney problems prior to the match -- part of a lifetime of health problems -- and has said that his greatest regret was not postponing the rematch. The 1961 World Chess Championship was played between former champion Mikhail Botvinnik and champion Mikhail Tal in Moscow from March 15 to May 13, 1961. 70 Seiten ausführlich kommentiert von Botwinnik (11, davon eine mit Flohr), Sveshnikov (3), Smyslow (2), Aronin, Ragozin, Kotov, Razuvaev und Tolush. Botvinnik has a responsible post in the Ministry of Electrical Power Stations; he went each day to his office, but he also put himself in fine physical condition, skating, skiing and swimming, while he patiently dissected Tal's chess style. Part of the reason for his élan is that he won 6 of the first 11 games of the 25-game match—which put him so far ahead that he was virtually certain of regaining the title which he lost to Tal in an upset last year. As Botvinnik's margin increased (the score was 10½ to 6½ after 17 games, so two victories would give Botvinnik back his title) experts began to complain that Tal was perhaps really a flash in the pan. Of the games from the match that appeal to me, I should mention in particular the fourteenth. Tal-Botvinnik, World Championship 1961 | Chess Lessons - Chess.com This game is from the World Championship in 1961, in which Botvinnik won the title back from Tal. https://www.chess.com/.../clash-of-champions-botvinnik-tal-1961-rematch While I can't agree more that Tal was a tremendous combinative player and wonderful ambassador for chess, to say that he was 'abruptly stifled by substance abuse' is both incorrect and irresponsible; his health, even in his youth, was never at its best, and this is well documented. Blow the whistle and inform a moderator. he is a somewhat one-sided player.
Mai 1961 und eine Seite Anmerkungen des Übersetzers Ken Neat mit computergestützten Verbesserungsvorschlägen bei diversen Partiekommentaren folgen. Throughout the second half of 1960 and the first few months of 1961, the world had an unusual sort of champion. But since that originally linked to a series of articles the archived versions can't be navigated. As was the rule in those times, Mikhail Botvinnik got an automatic rematch a year after losing the title.
and the latter was no longer able to do anything in the subsequent play. He had 8 blacks in those fifteen games, scoring a less-than-sparkling +0 -7 =1.
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