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D59 ECO index

GM Yermolinsky - What it takes to be a complete 1.d4 player - QGD - Vd4
Lputian, Agapov, Goldin, Yermolinsky
D59 QGD; Tartakower (Tartakower–Makogonov–Bondarevsky) System 8.cxd5
GM Yermolinsky - What it takes to be a complete 1.d4 player - QGD - Vd3
Yermolinsky, Timoschenko
D58, D59 QGD; Tartakower (Tartakower–Makogonov–Bondarevsky) System, QGD; Tartakower (Tartakower–Makogonov–Bondarevsky) System 8.cxd5 Nxd
GM Yermolinsky - What it takes to be a complete 1.d4 player - QGD - Vd1
Yermolinsky, Lobachev, Zamansky, Polovodin
D59, D55, D58 QGD; Tartakower, QGD; 6.Nf3, QGD; Tartakower (Tartakower–Makogonov–Bondarevsky) System
GM Misa Pap - Best Championship Matches - 6. 1972 - Spassky vs. Fischer
Fischer, Spassky
E56, A77, B88, E41, D59, B97 Nimzo-Indian: 4.e3 - Main line with 7...Nc6, Benoni: Classical - 9...Re8, 10.Nd2, Sicilian: Sozin - Leonhardt Variation
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda - part 2
Rellstab, Junge, Bogoljubow, Foltys
D47, B84, D59 QGD Semi-slav, Sicilian: Scheveningen, QGD: Tartakower
Ronen through Chess history: The Match that changed Chess history - Part 2
Spassky, Fischer
D59, A39, C95 QGD: Tartakower Defense: Main Line (8 cxd5 Nxd5), Symmetrical English vs …g6: 4 Bg2 Bg7 5 Nf3 Nf6 6 O-O-O O-O 7 d4, Closed Ruy Lopez: Breyer Variation with 10 d4