Author: Korchnoi, Viktor Lvovich (1931- ) and Vladimir Simagin signed
Publisher: USSR Chess Federation
1 page.(11 3/4" x 5 1/4) Original hand written score of the game in round six between Viktor Korchnoi (white) and Vladimir Simagin (in Simagin's hand) ending in a 33 move win for Simagin. Signed by each player.
From Chess Magazine volume 25, page 178. "The 27th Soviet Championship has been won by 29 year old V Korchnoi, with fourteen points from nineteen games. Every-body seems to have been surprised at this result except, perhaps, Tal, who has invariably come to grief against Korchnoi. Geller and Petrosian finished half a point behind. Fourth was Bagirov from Azerbaijan, helped by Korchnoi losing to him through accidentally touching the wrong piece. This is another surprise; but rumors that he is to play a special match with Fukov can be discounted. Fifth was Polugayevsky with 11 1/2; he seems to specialize in fifth place. Petrosian led from many rounds but in the fifteenth, Korchnoi drew level. Both lost the next round ... The last three rounds decided ; Petrosian scored only two points, Korchnoi beating the hitherto undefeated Geller to notch 2 1/2".
Sheet is beginning to darken at edges, edge wear else a very good copy.