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I've just found this video of The show " Mastermind" of which the third contestant's specialist subject is "the life and chess career of Tigran Petrosian World chess champion 1963-1969",
Here is the link for any petrosian fans. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGYZOWwVKqc
m8, thanks a ton for dis. good find.
I got 5 points, including the Tarrasch (not the contestant's Tartakover).
Lots of minutae in there. Very tough.
Sitting comfortably at home got more right than contestant but having them fired at me probably would have turned to mush.
How did they know so much stuff???
The only one i knew was the korchnoi accusing petrosian of wobbling the table question, Other than that i didnt have a clue
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