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A Handful of Immortality

Almost all chess players, among the record of their games, have personal “Immortal” games. National “Immortal” games are known too – for example, “The Russian Immortal Game” (Shishkin-Griksberg, St. Petersburg 1889) and “The Polish Immortal Game” (Griksberg-Najdorf, Poland 1935) and many others. Charushin has collected some special Immortal Games!

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