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Nezhmetdinov was apparently Tal's trainer and second when Tal had to play Botvinnik. He was a brilliant player which may have had some impact on Tal's style.
Here is Nez's win vs Yuri Kotkov in 1957:
Funny how white's pieces were all developed at the third rank, while black's pieces were still undeveloped.
I really appreciate your sharing your analyses. You have definitely helped my game. Thanks, Jon
I saw M.Tal in 1978 in Yurmala. I remebber that he had not a finger.
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