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Artur Yusupov .

The Petroff Defence


Progress inCHess

Volume 1

Edited by

GM Victor Korchnoi
GM Helmut Pfleger
GM Nigel Short and
GM Rudolf Teschner

1999
EDITION OlMS

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Artur Yusupov

The Petroff Defence

Current Chess Opening Theory


for the Advanced Player

Edited and translated by Valerie Atlas and Ken Neat

1999
EDITION OlMS

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Die Deutsche Bibliothek - CIP Einheitsaufnahme
Jusupov. Artur:
The Petroff defence: current chess opening theory for the
advanced player / Artur Yusupov. Ed. and transl. by Valerie
Atlas and Ken Neat. - Hombrechtikon/Zurich: Ed. OIms, 1999
(Progress in chess: Vol. 1)
ISBN 3-283-00400-5
(Dt. Ausg. u. d.1: Jussupow, Artur: Die russische
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Contents

Symbols 8
Introduction 9
Part I (I .e4 e5 2.ctJf3 ctJf6 R-.J3.d4 ) II
Chapter 1 II
I.I.I. Overview II
1.1.2. Theory l .e4 eS 2.ctJf3ctJf6 - R -.J 3.d4, 3.ctJxeS, 3.ctJxeS d6 -.J 4.ctJf3 12
I.1.3. Exercises No.I-15 37
I.1.4. Answers No.1-IS 39
Chapter 2 42
I.2.1. Overview 42
I.2.2. Theory l .e4 eS 2.ctJf3ctJf6 3.ctJxeS d6
- 4.ctJf3 ctJxe4 R-.J S.W1e2, 5.d4 43
I.2.3. Game I, Kupreichik - Yusupov 59
1.2.4. Exercises No.16-37 63
I.2.S. Answers No.16-37 66
Chapter 3 71
I.3.1. Overview 71
I.3.2. Theory l .e4 eS 2.ctJf3ctJf6 3.ctJeS d6 4.ctJf3ctJxe4 S.W1e2 72
I.3.3. Exercises No.38-52 86
I.3.4. Answers No.38-52 88
Chapter 4 92
1.4.1. Overview 92
I.4.2. Theory l .e4 eS 2.ctJf3ctJf6 3.ctJxeS d6 4.ctJf3 ctJe4 5.d4 R-.J5...d5
- 5...d5 6.!d3 R-.J 6...!d6, -.J ctJc6, -.J !e7
- 6...!d6 7.0-0 R-.J 7...0-0 93
- 7...0-0 8.c4 R-.Jc6 102
I.4.3. Exercises No.53-70 108
1.4.4. Answers No.53-70 III
Chapter 5 115
I.5.1. Overview 115
I.5.2. Theory l .e4 eS 2.ctJf3ctJf6 3.ctJxeS d6 4.ctJf3 ctJxe4
S.d4 dS 6.!d3 !d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4 c6 -.J9.cxdS 117
- 9.cxdS cxdS 10.ctJc3 ctJxc3 I l .bxc3 !g4 132
I.5.3. Game 2, A. Sokolov - 011 143
I.S.4. Game 3, Short - Gelfand 145
1.5.5. Exercises No.71-96 151
I.S.6. Answers No.71-96 155

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Chapter 6 161
I.6.1. Overview 161
I.6.2. Theory l.e4 e5 2.ctJf3 ctJf6 3.ctJxe5 d6 4.ctJf3 ctJxe4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 ctJc6 162
- 6...�e7 169
I.6.3. Game 4, Kupreichik - Yusupov 176
I.6A. Exercises No.97-110 179
I.6.5. Answers No.97-110 181
Chapter 7 185
1.7.1. Overview 185
1.7.2. Theory l.e4 e5 2.ctJf3 ctJf6 3.ctJxe5 d6 4.ctJf3 ctJxe4
5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �e7 7.0-0 ctJc6 186
1.7.3. Game 5, Anand - Yusupov 204
1.7A. Exercises No.III-130 207
1.7.5. Answers No.ll1-130 210
Chapter 8 215
I.8.1. Overview 215
I.8.2. Theory l .e4 e5 2.ctJf3 ctJf6 3.ctJxe5 d6 4.ctJf3 ctJxe4
5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �e7 7.0-0 ctJc6 8j:�el �g4 9.c4 216
1.8.3. Game 6, Korsunsky - Yusupov 230
1.804. Exercises NO.131-142 234
1.8.5. Answers NO.131-142 236
Chapter 9 239
1.9.1. Overview 239
1.9.2. Theory 1.e4 e5 2.ctJf3 ctJf6 3.ctJxe5 d6 4.ctJf3 ctJxe4
5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �e7 7.0-0 ctJc6 8.c4 240
1.9.3. Game 7, Wahls - Yusupov 259
1.904. Exercises No.143-166 263
1.9.5. Answers No.143-166 267

Teil II (l.e4 e5 2.ctJf3 ctJf6 3.d4) 272


Chapter 1 272
11.1.1. Overview 272
11.1.2. Theory l.e4 e5 2.ctJf3 ct:lf6 3.d4 RJ3...ed; J3...ctJxe4; 3...ed RJ5.Wfxd4 273
11.1.3. Exercises No.I-6 280
11.104. Answers No.1-6 281
Chapter 2 283
11.2.1. Overview 283
11.2.2. Theory l.e4 e5 2.ctJf3 ctJf6 3.d4 ed 4.e5 ct:lxe4 5.Wfxd4 d5 6.ed ctJd6 284
11.2.3. Game 1, Geller - Smyslow 303
11.204. Exercises No.7-21 306
11.2.5. Answers No.7-21 308

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Chapter 3 312
11.3.1. Overview 312
11.3.2. Theory l.e4 eS 2.ctJf3ctJf6 3.d4 ctJxe4 RJ4.id3; 4.id3 RJ 5.ctJxe5 313
- 4.id3 d5 5.ctJxe5 RJ 5 ...ctJd7; RJ S...id6 322
11.3.3. Exercises No.22-27 329
11.3.4. Answers No.22-27 330
Chapter 4 332
1I.4.1. Overview 332
11.4.2. Theory l.e4 eS 2.ctJf3 ctJf6 3.d4 ctJxe4 4.id3 d5 5.ctJxe5 ctJd7 RJ 6.ctJxd7 333
- 6.ctJxd7 RJ7.0-0; 7.0-0 RJ 9...g5 343
11.4.3. Game 2, Karpov - Larsen 354
11.4.4. Exercises No.28-48 3S6
11.4.5. Answers No.28-48 359
Chapter 5 363
11.5.1. Overview 363
11.5.2. Theory l.e4 e5 2.ctJf3 ctJf6 3.d4 ctJxe4 4.id3 dS S.ctJxe5 ctJd7
6.ctJxd7 ixd7 7.0-0 �h4 8.c4 0-0-0 9.c5 g5 364
II.S.3. Game 3, Geller - Howell 378
1I.5.4. Exercises No.49-60 382
11.5.5. Answers No.49-60 384
Chapter 6 387
1I.6.1. Overview 387
11.6.2. Theory l .e4 e5 2.ctJf3 ctJf6 3.d4 ctJxe4 4.id3 d5 5.ctJxe5 id6 RJ �c2 388
11.6.3. Game 4, Timman - Yusupov 404
11.6.4. Exercises No.61-72 408
1I.6.5. Answers No.61-72 410
Chapter 7 412
11.7.1. Overview 412
1I.7.2. Theory l .e4 e5 2.ctJf3 ctJf6 3.d4 ctJxe4 4.id3 d5 5.ctJxe5 id6
6.0-0 0-0 7.c4 ixeS 8.de ctJc6 9.cd �xd5 1 O.�c2 RJ 16.idS+ 413
- 10.�c2 ctJb4 I1.ixe4 ctJxc2 12.ixdS ifS 13.g4 ixg4 14.ie4
ctJxa l Is.if4 fS 16.idS+ mh8 417
11.7.3. Game S, Timman - Yusupov 420
1I.7.4. Exercises No.73-78 424
1I.7.S. Answers No.73-78 42S
Afterword - New ideas in the Petroff Defence 427

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Il<t>
Symbols

---t Attack • Same color bishops

t Initiative 00 With compensation for the


material
f± With counterplay
;j; White stands slightly better
L1 With the idea
± White has the upper hand
0 Greater board room
+- White has a decisive
EEl Time shortage
advantage
C Development
=+= Black stands slightly better
+ Check
+ Black has the upper hand
# Mate
-+ Black has a decisive
¢::> File advantage
1l Diagonal 00 Unclear
0 Zugzwang Even
A very good move See
" An excellent move 44/372 Chess Informant
? A mistake CBM46 ChessBase Magazine
.,., A blunder ch Championship
I., A move deserving attention zt Zonal tournament
." A dubious move izt Interzonal tournament
EEl Center ct Candidates tournament
X Weak point. m Match
0 Only move wcm World championship
L with Junior tournament
� without tch Team championship
« Queenside 01 Olympiad
» Kingside corr Correspondence game
c§J Bishop pair R Various moves

c!I Opposite bishops League

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Introduction

This work presents a detailed and analyti­ ent positional methods, typical tactical
cal account of the Petroff Defence. blows, and some instructive middlegame
Part One consists of nine chapters and deals and endgame points. There are 244 such
with index C42 of the Petroff Defence, ac­ exercises in this book. The author would
cording to the ECO (Enc.vclopaedia (J{ like to note here that some of these posi­
Chess Openings) classification, i.e. with all tions allow more than one solution.
White's possibilities on the third move, The overviews, training positions, and an­
with the exception of 3. d4, which is the notated games are designed mainly for club
subject of Part Two. players who are intending to learn a new
Part Two, consisting of seven chapters, opening. I hope, however, that more ex­
considers the continuation 3.d4 (C43 - perienced players will also find this book
ECO), introduced by the Russian player Al­ interesting and useful.
exander Petroff. While working on this book I used various
Each chapter begins with an overview in sources, of which the main were: Chess In­
which the author expresses succinctly his formant 1-64; Encyclopaedia of Chess
view regarding the present state of the sys­ Openings (2"d ed.); ChessBase Magazine
tem under consideration, and gives recom­ 1-49; New In Chess Yearbook 1-3 7;
mendations for its investigation from the Fidechess, and the monographs: Russische
point of view of both White and Black. Verteidigung and The Petroff Defence by
Then follows the theoretical section, which Forintos; La DeFence Petrov by Karpov.
is arranged in accordance with ECO for­ I wanted to write a good book, and although
mat. Here the Chess Informant code sys­ it does not reveal all my knowledge of the
tem has been adopted. For the sake of con­ Petroff Defence (since I still employ this
venience, all variations and corresponding opening in practice!), I have tried, as far as
references are numbered successively, and my understanding allowed, to give correct
not by chapter. and thoughtful assessments to a large
The book contains twelve annotated games, number of systems.
which illustrate the author's approach to It goes without saying that in the course of
the most important problems in the treat­ time many lines in this book will be cor­
ment of the given system. The critical po­ rected, refined, or even refuted. The reader
sitions of each game are illustrated in dia­ is encouraged not to follow the author
grams. This allows the use of the games blindly, but rather to approach the text criti­
for training, since one can attempt to ana­ cally. I would certainly be grateful for any
lyse the position in the diagram, and then comments or suggestions that would im­
consult the book for the correct answer. prove the work.
Each chapter of the book contains specially
selected exercises. These illustrate differ-

9
Part I

Chapter 1

1.1.1. Overview

This chapter deals with various deviations The system 3".tiJxe4 (-7) can be success­
from the main systems on the third and ful only against an unprepared opponent.
fourth moves. The Cochrane Gambit is a boon for those
The gambit 3.�c4 tiJxe4 4.tiJc3 ( 1 2) was
- - players with a penchant for adrenalin (-8-
Morphy's favourite weapon against the II, positions 8-10). For the sacrificed piece
Petroff Defence. Black can switch to the White gets two pawns and the initiative.
Four Knights Opening after 4".tiJc6 (CSS/ Through the efforts of the Latvian master
S). The critical move is 4".tiJxc3, although Vitolinsh this system has become popular.
Black must play carefully (position 2). It And yet, in my opinion, the gambit is only
is interesting that Morphy himself preferred 90% correct; it hardly makes sense to try it
not to accept the gambit and used to return against strong defensive players. Among
the pawn by S".c6 (-2). the various systems of defence, the most
The solid continuation 3.tiJc3 allows Black promising are S".�e7 (-9) and S".cS (-l O­
to switch to the Four Knights Opening. This II), though future practice might change
book considers only the move 3 ... �b4, this assessment.
which has its own importance. Black, as it The Paulsen Variation (4.tiJc4) does not
were, is playing the Ruy Lopez a tempo seem to be too dangerous for Black (-12-
down. Nevertheless, this line looks reliable 14; positions II-IS). On the other hand,
enough for Black. At the same time, by the knight's position on c4 (or e3 where it
continuing 4.tiJxeS White normally obtains often moves) introduces original motifs
the bishop pair, and as modern practice into this type of position (position 14). This
shows, can hope for a small but stable ad­ line can well suit those players who do not
vantage (positions S & 6). For those play­ like to spend much time studying complex
ers who want to play this system with theory, and are looking for a handy system
White, it is recommended that they see how for White instead.
the ensuing positions are treated by Shirov.

11
It�
1.1.2. Theory

R J 3.d4, 3.4Je5
3.4Je5 d6 J 4.4Jf3

a b c d e f 9 h

8
7

6 6
5 5
4 4
3 3

a b c d e f 9 h

1.e4 e5 2.4Jf3 4Jf6

3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 11
1 2 5
�e4 ctJe3 de ctJh4 f4 fS fg
R
�g4 �g6
3 4
ctJe4 ctJe3 f6 g6 �ei �gi hg
9 10
ctJe6 �g6
2 ctJeS 0-0 gel � d3 f4 fe
e6 dS �d6 �e6 ctJd7 II
ctJeS �eS
3 ctJe3 �e 413 0_0
15
d3
1 ()
be �b3 �e2 h3 gel
12 14 17 1R
�b4 d6 0-0 � e3 �e6 ctJbd7 �e7 as a4
4 19 21 22
0_0 d3 be ed ge1
24
�d2 gb1
0-0 20 23
ctJe6 �e3 dS ctJdS �g 4 �d6 ctJb6
25
S ctJeS 27 29 3
�e2 ctJd3 de 0-0 ctJf4 I �e 3
33 35
26 2X �d3
0_0 ge8 �e 3 ctJe4 30 32 34
dS e6 ctJd6
6
ctJf4 e4 0-0 a4
36
e6 d6 �fS aS37 t
7 ctJeS 39 40 42 44 45
�e2 �e4 d4 de �bS ctJe3 4R
3X � f4 �g3
ctJe4 �e7 d6 41 43 46 47 49
de ctJe6 �d7 0_0_0 gS
50 51 �g7 ±
8 ctJf7 53 55 57
. . .
d4 ctJe3 �e2 f3 �e3 dS 0-0
d6 1ctf7 52 4 56
g6 Ictgi �e8 eS ctJe6 ctJeS a6
5R =

59 61
00
9 ctJe3 �e 4 ed ctJdS ctJe3 ctJe4
60 62 63 64
�e7 e6 dS ed �e6 �e4 ctJe6

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Il�
3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 11
10 65 68 70
de ie4 ie6 0_0 eS �g4
eS cue666 ie6
67
<;t>e6
6
dS � CUe4 <;t>f771 co
11 ie2 72
0_0 f4 CUe3 eS
ig4 ie6 CUe6 73 74
<;t>g8 de �d4
375 77
00
12 CUe4 CUe be CUe3 d4 id3 0-0 CUfS
7
CUe4 CUe3 6 dS
7X
e6
79
cudio cuf6 RI
ie7 ifS
13 83
�e2 d3 igS ie2 CUe3 0-0-0
i2 4 85 R6 7
�e cuf6 �ei ie7 id7 h6x
R
14 d4 CUe38 9
�e2 0 e39
1
g3
93
ig2 cud2
89 2
dS �f6 ie6 e69 cud7 �g6 fS�
4

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1 3.d3 1 0 . :8:g 1 i2lc 6 1 1 .�b7 i2ld4 1 2 . :8:g2 i2lc 2
A) 3 .. .ttJc6 -C44/1; 1 3 . � fl i2la l 1 4 . � c6 � f8 I S . i2ldS :8:b 8
B) 3 . . . dS 4.ctJ bd2 [4.ed ! ?] i2lc6 S .c3 ics = 1 6 .:8:g7 �d6 1 7 .ih6 ! ! [ 1 7 . . . �c6 1 8 . :8:g 8 !
Veruna-Petronijevic, Cetinje 1992; �g8 1 9 .i2le7A] 1 : 0 Trajanov-Pinkas, So­
C) 3 . . . d6 fia 1922 ;
C l ) 4.g3 g6 S .ig2 ig7 6 . 0-0 0-0= -A05; C 12) o7 . . . id6= [7 . . . i2lc6] ;
C2) 4.�e2 g6 C2) 6 . . . i2lc6 7 .�c4 ien.
C21) S . O-O ig7 6.i2lbd2 i2lbd7= Tompa­
Borosavolgyi, Zalakaros 1 99 1 ;
C22) S .igS ! ? i2lbd7 6.i2lc3 h6 7 .ie3 ig7 3 4 ... d5 S .idS i2lf6 6.ib3 id6 7 .d3 0-0
8 .h3 c6 9 .�d2 bS 1 0.a3 �c7= Zorman­ (Morphy-Lichtenhein, New York 1 857)
Arlandi, Bled 1 994. 8 .igS±.
4 ... i2lf6 S . i2leS dS 6.ib3 c6 7 .d4
2 4.d3 i2ld6 [4 . . . i2lf6 S . i2leS dS= Wil­ A) 7 . . . �e7 8 . 0-0
liams-Loewenthal, London 185 1 ] S . i2leS AI) 8 . . . i2lbd7 9 . f4 i2lb6 1 O.�f3± Morphy-
i2lc4 6.i2lc4 dS 7 .i2le5 id6 8.d4 0-0+ @ Potier, Paris 1 858;
ECO. A2) 8 . . . 0-0 9 .igS [9.f4 ! ?= Amer-AI Bu­
4.i2le5 khari, Dubai (01) 1 986] i2lbd7 1 O . f4 ! ?±
A) 4 . . . dS [ 1 0.i2ld7 id7 1 l .�f3 :8:e8= ECO] ;
AI) S .�f3 ie6 6 .ib3 [6.d4 i2ld7 7 . i2ld7 B) 7 . . . id6 8 . 0-0
� dn C.Andersson-T.Christensen, Gaus­ Bl) 8 . . . h6 9.i2le2 i2lbd7 1 0. i2lg3 0-0 1 l .f4
dal 1990] i2ld7 7 . i2ld7 �d7 8 .d3 i2lcS + i2le4 1 2 . i2le4 de 1 3 .�e2 i2lf6 1 4 . c 3 c S
Reichstein-Bartelborth, Bundesliga 1984; I S .ie3± Roeberg-Meyers, Giessen 1992;
A2) S .�e2 B2) 8 . . . 0-0
A21) S . . . dc? ! 6.�e4 �e7 7 . i2lc3 fS 8 .�e2 B21) 9 . i2le2 i2lbd7 [9 . . . i2lg4 1 O . f4 f6
�e6 9 . 0-0 i2ld7 1 O.:8:e l ± Januschke-Wur­ 1 1 . i2lg4 ig4 1 2 . �d2 ie2 1 3 . � e 2 fS =
zer, Lienz 1988; Pavlov-Solovcov, Moscow 1904] 1 O.c4 dc
A22) S . . . ie6 6.d3 i2lf2 7 . i2ln �n 8 .�f2 1 l .ic4 i2leS 1 2 . de �d I 1 3 . :8:d l i2lg4 1 4.if4
�f6 9 .�f6 gf 1 0 .ib3 i2lc6 1 l . i2lc3 i2ld4= icS l S .ig3 :8:e 8 = Jirovsky-Toistikh, Ceske
Sozin; Budejovice 1995;
A23) S . . . icS 6.d3 dc 7 .�e4 0-0 8 .�c4 �e7 B22) 9 .igS ! ?± .
9 . d4 id4 1 O.�d4 i2lc6= Steinitz; 4. . . i2ld6 S .ib3 i2lc6
B) 4 . . . �e7 ! S . d4 d6 6 .if7 �d8 7 .0-0 de A) 6.�e2 ie7 7 . i2leS i2ld4 8 .�g4 i2lb3 9 . ab
8 . de id7 9 .idS i2lc S (Harvey-Weissmann, 0-0 1 0.0-0 i2le8 1 l .�f3 d6= Dovramad­
corr. 1989) 1 O.b4 c6 l l .bc cd+ Bisguier. jiev-Karpchuk, Szombathely 1993;
4.�e2 dS B) 6 . 0-0 ie7
A) S . i2leS -4.i2leS/A2; B l ) 7 . :8:e l e4 8 . i2le4 i2le4 9 . :8:e4 dS 1 0.:8:e l
B) S . ib3 i2lc6 6 . d3 i2lcs 7 . i2leS i2ld4+ 0-0= Albin-Hodges, New York (m) 1 893;
Bisguier; B2) 7 . d4 ! ? ed [7 . . . i2ld4 ! ? 8 . i2ld4 ed
C) S .d3 dc 6 . de 9 .�d4�] 8 . i2ldS i2lfS ? 9 . :8:el 0-0 1 O. g4±
C l ) 6 . . . ig4 7 . i2lc3 S.Christensen-Guldberg, Aalborg 1 995 .
C 1 1) 7 . . . ib4? 8 . �c4 if3 9 .� b4 ! ig2 4 . . . i2lc6- C55/5 .

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4 5 ... ibe7? 6 . ct:l eS 0-0 7 .WhS± ECO. l 1 . m h 1 c6 1 2 .ibc4 Wd l 1 3 .gd l e4 1 4. ct:l eS
5...d6? 6 . ct:l gS ibe6 7 . ibe6 fe 8 .Wf3± ClJd7 l S.b4 ibb6 1 6.bS ct:l eSoo Konieczka­
Bisguier. Andruet, Bundesliga 1985] ibfS I O.WdS
ibe7 l l .fe ct:l c6 [ 1 1 . . . g f8 1 2 . Wb7 ct:l d7
5 6.0-0 1 3 .e6+- Toth] 1 2 . g fS! ct:l eS 1 3 . g e S de
A) 6 . . . We7 7 . ct:l h4 1 4.Wf7 @d7 l S.ibg S 1 -0 Spitzer-Szen, Pest
A1 ) 7 . . . d6 8 .WhS md8 9 . f4 ibe6 l O. ibe 6 We6 1 857;
l l .fe de 1 2 . ct:l g6 ibcs 1 3 . m h 1 ge8 1 4.Wh7 02) 8 . . . ct:l c6 ? 9 . fS ct:l e7 l O.fg hg l 1 . gf6 gh4
'<!:1fg8 l S.WhS ct:l d7 1 6. h4 ibd6 (Morphy­ 1 2.ibf7 md7 1 3 .ibgs ghS 1 4.ibe6 me8 I S.gf8
Barnes, London 1 859) 1 7 .ibe3:±: ; 1-0 Oamman-Maedge, corr 1962;
A2) 7 . . . c6 ! ? Steinitz; 03) 8 . . . We7 9 . fS Wg7 !
B) 6 . . . g6 7 . g e 1 d6 8 . ct:l g S fg 9 . g e S 031 ) l O. ibe3 ct:l c 6 l 1 .Wf3 ibe7 1 2.b4 ct:l d 8
(Staunton-Horwitz, London 1 860) de 1 3 . ibb3 c6 1 4.Wg3 gS I S.gae 1 ct:l f7 1 6. ct:l f3
1 0 . ibf7 m f7 1 1 . Wd8 ct:l c 6 1 2 . W c7 ibe7 ibd7 1 7 .Wf2 b6 1 8 . h4 h6 1 9 .We2 0-0+
1 3 .ibgS ge8 1 4. b4oo ECO; Meyer-Schlamm, corr 1 899;
C) 6 . . . ct:lc6 7 . ct:l h4 032) I O.Wf3 ibe7+ ECO.
C1) 7 . . . ct:l e7 ? !
Cll) 8 . f4? d S 9 . ibb3 e4 1 0.WhS g 6 l 1 . ct:l g6 6 7 .. .d6? 8 . fS gf 9.WhS @d7 1 O. ct:l fS ! +­
ClJg6 1 2 .fS ibcs 1 3 . m hl ibfS 1 4 . gfS c 6 Pinter, Szell.
l s .ibh6 We7 1 6 . g af 1 0 - 0 - 0 1 7 .m6 e3 ! + 7 . . . c6! ? 8 . fS dS 9 . fg dc 1 0.WhS m d7 l 1 . g7
Spitzer-Jacobi, Pest 1 882; ibg7 1 2 .Wg4 md6 1 3 .Wg7 WfE (Goebel­
C12) 8 . ibd3 ! g6 [8 . . . dS 9.WhS md7 l O. f4 Koskivirta, corr 1990) 1 4.Wg3�.
'<!:1fe8 l 1 .Wd 1 --+ ±] 9 . f4
C121) 9 . . . ibg7 ? 1 0. fe fe l 1 .ibgS 7 8 ... c6 9 . fg dS IO.Wh S @d8 1 1 .0-0 Wg7
C12ll) 1 1 . . .dS 1 2 . ct:l g6 hg 1 3 . ibg6 ct:l g6 [ l l . . .WcS? 1 2. m h 1 Wc4 1 3 .gf6 ibe7 1 4.ibgS
[ 1 3 . . . md7 1 4 .gf7+-] 1 4 .ibd8 md8 lS.WdS ct:l d7 l S.g7 gg8 1 6 .Wf7+- I.Kuznetsov]
ibd7 1 6.gad l +- ; 1 2 .gf6
C1212) 1 1 . . .c6 1 2 . ct:l fS ! gf 1 3 .WhS m f8 A) 1 2 . . . ibe7 1 3 .gf7 hg 1 4.gg7 gh l S. ct:l g6
1 4.gfS 1-0 Saburov-Lutze, 1 906; ibf6 1 6 . g f7 g g 8 1 7 . g f6 ct:l d7 1 8 . g e 6±
C122) o9 . . . ef l O.ibf4 ibg7±; I.Kuznetsov;
C2) 7 . . . g6 8 . f4 B) 1 2 . . . hg 1 3 .We S ibcS [ 1 3 . . . gh4? 1 4.ibgS+­
C21) 8 . . . ibcS 9 . @h l d6 1 0.b4 ibb6 I I .fS ] 1 4. @h 1 ct:l d7 l S. g fE ! Wf8 1 6 . ibgS ibe7
ClJe7 1 2 .ibd3� Jaafar-Grassi, Thessaloni­ 1 7 . ibe7 (I.Kuznetsov-Oementiev, Russia
ki (01) 1984; 1992 -57/(302» me8 1 8 .Wd4 cS 1 9 .WdS
C22) 8 . . . fS 9 . ct:l f3 e4 1 O. ct:l gS ibcS 1 1 . @h 1 We7 2 0 . ct:l g6 gh2 2 1 . m h2 Wh7 2 2 . m g 1
'<!:1fe7 ! 1 2 .ibf7 mf8 1 3 .b4 ibd6 1 4. ibb3 ct:l d 8 Wg6°o I.Kuznetsov.
l S.ibe3 ClJe6 1 6. ct:l e4 fe 1 7 . fSoo Keres;
C3) 7 . . . We7 8 . ct:l fS WcS 9 . ibb3 dS l O. ibe3 8 9. ibd3 g S 1 O . W hS Wf7 1 1 . ct:l g6 dS
WaS l 1 .ct:lh4 ibe6 1 2.WhS (Morphy-Barnes, 1 2 . g4oo Pinter, Szell.
London 1858) ibf7 1 3 .Wg4 ct:l e7 + ;
B) 6 . . . d 6 7 . ct:l h4 g6 8 . f4 9 1 0 .. . @ d8 l 1 .Wg3 gS 1 2 . ct:l fS
D1) 8 . . .fS? 9 . ct:l fS ! [ 9 . ct:l f3 dS l O. ibdS ibcs A) 1 2 . . . Wg6 1 3 . ibd3 [ 1 3 .0-0 ! ?] dS 1 4 . ct:l e7

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V!1f7 I S . ct'le S e4 [ I S . . . m e s 1 6 .�fS ct'ld7 1 3 4.a3 �e3 S . de
1 7 .�e3 L1 0 - 0 - 0 ± ] 1 6 .�e2 m e s 1 7 .�e3 A) S . . . ct'le4 6.V!1d5 ct'lf6 7 . V!1eS V!1e7 S . V!1e7
[ 1 7 .�g4?! ct'ld7 I S .�e3 fS ! 1 9 .0-0 f41+] me7 9 .�f4 d6 1 0. 0-0-0 ct'le6 1 1 .�bS �e6
�d6 I S . V!1f2 V!1e6 [ I S . . . �h2? 1 9 .�h2 �h2 1 2 .�he l t Yandemirov-Daniliuk, Voronez
20.g3 V!1h7 2 1 .�g4 '2ld7 22.0-0-0 e6 23 .�h l 1 99 1 ;
�g3 24 . � h7 �f2 2S .�d7+- ] 1 9.h3 ct'ld7 B) 5 . . . 0 - 0 M.Pavlovic;
20.0-0-0 ct'leS 2 1 .�hfl (Szell-Autenrieth, C) S . . . d6
Hungary 1987 -44/372)�e7 ! t Pinter, Szell; Cl) 6 . �e4 h6 7 . h3 ct'le6 S . V!1e2 V!1e 7 =
B) 1 2 . . . V!1h7 1 3 .0-0 Finster-Lindner, Ufr 1987;
Bl) 1 3 . . . e6? ! 1 4.�d3 dS I S . '2ld6 e4 1 6. �f6 C2) 6.�d3 ct'lbd7 7 .�e3 '2lfS S .h3 ct'lg6 9.V!1e2
ed 1 7 .�gS �e7 I S . �f7 1 : 0 Rublevsky­ V!1e7 1 O.0-0-0 �d7 1 1 .ct'ld2 �e6 1 2. f3 ct'lhS =
Scetinin, Pardubice 1992 -55/(300) ; Bodrogi-Pavasovic, Budapest 1 993 .
B2) 1 3 . . . dS ! ? 1 4.�dS �fS I S .mS [ I S .�b7 ? 4.d3 dS
�e4-+] V!1fS 1 6 .�b7 e6 1 7 .�aS �h7 (00 A) S .ed ct'ldS 6.�d2
Rublevsky) I S .�e3 [L1�fl ] V!1eS [L1ct'ld7 ; A I ) 6 . . . 0-0 7 .�e2 ct'le6 S .O-O
I S ... mes 1 9 . m l V!1e6 20.V!1f2±] 1 9 .V!1f3 ± . A l l ) S . . . �e6 9.�e l h6 1 0. ct'ldS �d2 1 1 . ct'ld2
1 0 ...g5 1 1 .ct'lfS V!1g6 1 2 .�d3 �dS 1 2.�f3 V!1d6 1 3 .ct'le4 �e4 1 4.�e4 �aeS
A) 1 2 . . . V!1hS ? 1 3 . V!1h5 �hS 1 4 . ct'lg7 �g7 I S .�c6 V!1e6= Maroczy-Marshall, New
I S .�g6± Szell-V.Fedorov, West Berlin York 1924;
1987 -44/(372) ; A 12) S . . . ct'le3 ! ? 9 .be �aS Alekhine;
B) o I 2 . . . V!1gS�. A 13) S . . . �e3 ! ? 9 .be V!1d6 Alekhine;
A2) 6 . . . �e3 7 . be 0-0 S .e4 ct'lb6 9 .�e2 ct'le6
1 0 12. ct'lg6 �hS 1 3 . g4 �h3 1 0. 0-0 �eS 1 1 .�e l �g4 1 2 .h3 �hS 1 3 .�b l
A ) 1 4.0-0 dS ! I S .ct'lfS de 1 6.�f6 �g4 1 7 .�gS �bS= Lutskan-Meijers, Latvia ch 1994 ;
0-0-0 I S .ct'lg6°o I.Kuznetsov; B) S .�d2
B) 1 4.ct'lfS <j;JfS 1 5 .0-0 mg7 1 6 .mg2 �hSoo; B l ) S . . . �d2 d4 6.ct'le2 V!1e7 7 . e 3 de (Singh­
C ) 1 4.�f l �h7 I S .�d3 [L1 1 S �eS ? 1 6 .ct'lf4
•••
Barrios, Moscow 01 1994) S .be �eS 9.h3t
�g 7 1 7 . ct'ld S ± I.Kuznetsov] � h 3 (y2-Y2 L1ct'lg3 ,�e2 ;
I.Kuznetsov-Potapov, Russia 1992) B2) S . . . '2le6 6 . ed '2ldS 7 . g3 �g4 S .�g2 '2le3
1 6 .0-0 dS 1 7 . mg2 9 .be �eS 1 0. V!1b l �b6 1 1 .0-0 0-0 1 2.�e3
Cl) 1 7 . . . �g4 I S . ct'lf8 <j;JfS 1 9 . �f6 me7 e4 1 3 .ct'ld4 ct'ld4 1 4 .ed ed I S .ed �e6 1 6 . a4
20.�g6± �ahS 2 1 .�g4 �h2 22.mfl ; �dS = Faibisovich-Toistikh, Ceske Bude­
C2) 1 7 . . . �d3 ! ? I S .ed �g4 1 9 . �f6 �g7�. jovice 1995.
4.'2ldS ct'ldS S . ed e4 [ 5 . . . 0-0 6.e3 �d6=
Muehlpford-Meyers, Giessen 1992] 6.ct'ld4
1 1 12.<j;J h l V!1h4 1 3 .�e3 = Boden-Morphy,
A) 6 . . . V!1gS 7 . ct'lbS V!1eS S . ct'le3 [ S .�e4 ! ?]
London 1 858. 0-0 9.�e4 (Voss-Haensel, Baden-Baden
1 987) d6 L1'2ld7°o M.Pavlovic;
1 2 3 ... �c5 4.ct'le5 �d4 S . ct'lf3 �e3 6 . de B) 6 . . . 0-0 7 .e3 �eS S . d3 ? ! �d4 9.ed V!1e7
ct'le4 7 .�d3 ct'leS S . O-O ct'ld3 9 . V!1d3 0-0 1 O.�e3 b6 1 1 . V!1b3 �b7 1 2 . de V!1e4 1 3 .�e4
1 0. '2lgS± Bisguier. d6 1 4.0-0 ct'ldTt Ragozin-Kan, USSR ch
3 ... '2lc6 -C47. Leningrad 1939.

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14 4 ... ctJ c6 [0 I 0.f3 ] 1 O . . . �g4 1 1 .V'ig 3 �e6 1 2.�f l ctJh5
A) S.a3 �c3 6.dc 0-0 [6 . . . d6 7 . V'ie2 h6 1 3 .V'if3 ctJ f4t J.Polgar-Ivanchuk, Mona­
8 . h3 Wie7 9 .�d2 a6 1 0. 0-0-0 �e6= Pribyl­ co blind 1994.
Raetsky, Pardubice 1 99 2 ] 7 . V'id 3 h 6
8.g4? ! dS ! ? 9 .�dS ctJ dS 1 O.V'idS [ 1 0.ed e4] 1 5 S.ctJ dS ctJ dS 6.�dS 0-0 7 .c3 �aS 8 .d3
Wif6 1 1 .V'id3 �g4+ Fahrni-Rabinovich, c6= Becker-Euwe, Karlsbad 1929
Karlsbad 1911; S.d3 A) 5 . . . 0-0 6 . a3 ? ! [6 .�g5 ! ?] �c3 7 . bc
B) S .d3 �e6 8 .�b3 ctJ c6 9 . 0-0 V'ie7 1 O.EJ:el ctJ d7
Bl) S . . . dS 6.ed ctJ dS 7 .�d2 [ 7 . 0-0 ! ? �c3 1 1 .�g5 f600 Bosman-Finegold, Dieren
8. bc 0-0 (Schmid-Klein, Hamburg 1987) 1990;
-4] �c3 ! ? [7 . . . �e6? ! 8 . 0-0 f6 9 .V'ie l �cS B) 5 . . . c6 6.�b3 0-0 7 . 0-0 ctJ a6 8 . ctJ e2 ctJ c 5
1 0. ctJ a4 �d6 l 1 .d4 0-0 1 2 .ctJc3± Chajes­ 9 . c 3 ctJ b3 1 0. ab �a5 l 1 . ctJ g3= Castro­
Schwarz, New York 1 9 1 8 ] 8 .bc �g4= Mamuri, Novi Sad (01) 1990;
Rott-Schlehoefer, Dortmund 1987; C) 5 . . . ctJc6 - 1 41B3.
B2) S . . . O-O 6.�gS± Csato-Vass, Hungary S.a3 �aS [5 . . . �c3 ] 6.0-0 lLl c6 7.d3 lLl e7
1992; 8 . lLl e2 c6 9 . lLl g3 lLl g6 I O.d4 �g4 1 1 .�e2
B3) S . . . d6 lLl f4 1 2 .c3= Maroczy-Blackburne, Vienna
B31) 6.h3 �e6 7 .�e6 fe 8 .0-0 �c3 9 .bc 1898.
0-0 I O.EJ:b 1 b6 l 1 .c4 V'ie8= Walbrodt­
Blackburne, Vienna 1898; 1 6 6.d4 ? ! ed 7 . V'id4 lLl c 6 8 . V'icL'1 �c3
B32) 6.0-0 9.bc EJ:e8 ! ? [9 . . . h6 1 0. EJ: e l �g4 I l .e5 de=
B321) 6 . . . �g4 ! ? 7 . ctJ e2 �f3 8 . gf V'id 7 = R.Maric - Fahnenschmidt, Dortmund
Rausis-Goria, St.Martin 199 1 ; 1987] 1 O.EJ:e l �g4 1 1 .�g5 h6 1 2 .�h4 �f3
B322) 6 . . . � c 3 7 . bc 1 3 .V'if3 lLl eS 1 4.V'ie2 lLl g6+ Reefschlaeger­
B3221) 7 . . . 0-0 8.h3 [ 8 .�gS ! ?] �e6 9 .�b3 ! ? Schulte, Bundesliga 1989.
[9 .�e6 fe I O. ctJ gS ? ! V'ie7 1 1 .f4 ef 1 2 .�f4 h6
1 3 . ctJ f3 ctJ e4 14 .�h6 ctJ g3 I S .�gS EJ:f3''t 17 6 ... �e6 7 .�b3 lLl bd7 8 . lLl e2 �b3 9 . ab
Delmar-Pillsbury, Cambridge Springs d5 l O . lLl g3 EJ:e8= Belkhodja-Jones, T hes­
1904J as 1 0 . V'ie2 a4 1 1 .�e6 fe 1 2 . d4± saloniki (01) 1984.
Pillsbury; 6 ...�g4 7 . h 3 �h5 8 .�g5 c6 9 . g4 �g6 1 O.�b3
B3222) 7 . . . h6 8 . V'ie2 �e6 9 . �b3 V'ic 8 lLl bd7 I 1 . lLl h4 �h8 1 2 .V'if3 h6 1 3 .�e3 lLl h7
I O . ctJ h4 �b3 l 1 .ab V'ig4= Hartston-Ro­ 1 4 .V'ig3 �cSoo Veroci-Katona, Hungary
manishin, Buenos Aires (01) 1 978; 1992.
C) S . ctJ dS �aS 6 ... c6 7 .�b3 lLl bd7 8 . lLl e2 lLl c5 9.c3 lLl b3
Cl) 6.0-0 d6 7 .V'ie2 (Zuse-Vogel, Bun­ l O . ab �c5 I l . b4 �b6 1 2 . lLl g 3 h6 1 3 .h3 EJ:e8=
desliga 1990) 0-0 8 .d3 ctJ d S =; Lutskan-Lauk, Vilnius zt 1993.
C2) 6.c3 0-0 7 .d3 h6 8 . a4 �b6 9 . b4 a6
1 0.ctJb6 cb 1 1 .V'ib3 V'ic7± Rohacek-Sefc, 18 7 ... h6 8 .EJ:e l lLl c6 9.d4 �g4 I O. EJ: b I
Trencianske Teplice 1949. ed I Lcd EJ: e 8 1 2 .EJ:b7 lLl a5 1 3 . EJ:M lLl c4
D) S . O-O 0-0 - 4. 1 4 .EJ:c4 d5 1 5 .ed EJ:e l 1 6 .V'ie l �f3 1 7 . g f
4 . . .�c3 S . dc d6 6 . 0-0 ctJ bd7 [6 . . . 0-0 -20] V'id5� Wolf-Schlehoefer, Bundesliga 1987.
7 .EJ:e l 0-0 8.a4 ctJcS 9 . ctJ d2 as = I O .V'if3 7 ... �g4 8 . h3 �hS 9 . g4 �g6 I O.�g5 lLl bd7oo.

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7 .. .ltJbd7 8 . 1"le l ttJ c5 9 .�a3 1"le8 l O.iWb l ? ! Bl) 7 .iWe2
ttJ e6 I 1 .d4 ttJ d7 1 2 . iW d l iW f6+ Koch - Bll) 7 . . . �g4 8 .h3 �h5 9.g4 �g6 1 0.�g5
C.Horvath, Paris ch op 1995. ttJ bd7 I I .1"lae l c6co 1 2 . ttJ h4? �e4 1 3 .iWe4
ttJ e4 14 .�d8 ttJ d2 1 5 .�g5 ttJ c4 1 6 .b3 f6+
195.d3 Mezcua-J.L.Fernandez, Spain tch 1994;
A) 5 . . . d5 6.ed ttJ d5 7 .�d2 BI2) 7 . . . ttJ bd7 8 .�g5 h6 9.�h4 ttJ c5 1 O.1"lad l
A I ) 7 . . . ttJ c 3 8 . bc �d6 iWe7 I I . ttJ d2 g5= Kofidis-Alterman, Ko­
All) 9 . 0-0 �g4 l O.h3 �h5 I I . 1"lb l iWc8 motini 1 992;
12 .iWe2 ttJ c6 13 . a4 ttJ a5 1 4.�a2 iWf5 1 5 .g4 B2) 7 .�g5 h6 8 .�h4 �g4 9 . h3 �h5 10.iWd3
�g4 1 6 .hg iWg4 1 7 . m h l iWh5 1 8 . mg2 1/2_1/2 ttJ bd7 I 1 .b4 iWe8 1 2 .iWe3 �g6 13 . ttJ d2 ttJ h5
Jandovsky-Blatsky, Klatovy 1 995; 1 4. a4± Lev-Alterman, Israel (ch) 1992.
Al2) 9 . ttJ g5 h6 1 0. ttJ e4
A121) 1 0 . . . iW e7 1 1 .iWhS �e6 1 2 .�g5 f6 2 1 6.ttJ d5 ttJ d5 (6 . . . �a5 7 .d3 h 6 8 . h3 d6
1 3 .�e6 iW e6 1 4 .�h 6= Tartakower-Kostic, 9 . ttJ h2 ttJ d5 1 0.ed ttJ e7 I I .f4 �b6co Rubin­
Bled 193 1 ; stein-Rabinovich, Prague 1908) 7 .�d5 d6
A122) 1 0 . . . ttJ c6 I I .a4 iW e 7 1 2 .0-0 �e6 8 . c3 �a5 ! 9 . d3 �g4 1 O.h3 �d7 =Ed.Lasker­
1 3 .�e6 iW e6 1 4 . ttJd6 cd= S.Polgar-Tolstikh, Marshall, New York 1924.
Pardubice 1 995;
A2) 7 . . . �c3 8 .bc ttJ c6 9 . 0-0 �g4=; 22 9.�a3? ! 1"le8 1 O.iWd2 ttJ f4 I 1 . d4 �g4t
A3) 7 . . . c6 8 . 0-0 1"le8 9 . 1"le l �c3 l O.bc �g4 Muelli-Maenner, Lenk 1989.
I 1 .h3 �f3 1 2.iWf3 ttJ f6 1 3 .a4 ttJ bd7co Tar­ 9.ttJ g5 ! ?
takower-Marshall, Moscow 1 925; A) 9 . . . ttJ a5 ?
B) 5 . . . d6 - 1 5/5.d3/A ; AI) 1 0 .�d5 iWd5 I I .�a3 [ l l .iWh5 ! ] 1"le8
C) 5 . . . ttJ c6 - 1 41B2 ; 1 2 . c4 iWd7 1 3 .f4 f6 (Schmid-Klein, Ham­
D) 5 . . . c6 6 . 0-0 d5 7 .�b3 as 8 . a3 �c3 9 . bc burg 1989) 1 4. ttJ e4co;
a4 1 O.�a2 (Mieses-Pillsbury, Cambridge A2) 1 0.iWh5 h6 I I .�d5 iWd5 1 2 . ttJ f3 ! ttJ c6
Springs 1 904) �g4= ECO. 1 3 . 1"le l f6 1 4.�h6 gh 1 5 .iWg6 m h 8 1 6 .iWh6
5.iWe2 d6 6 . a3 �c3 7 . dc �e6 8 .�g5 ttJ bd7= mg8 1 7 .iWg6 1 -0 Mikhaletz-Nemik, Yalta
Rodgers-Finegold, Praga 1990. 1 995 ;
5.ttJ d5 ttJ d5 6.�d5 c6 7 .�b3 d5 8 . 0-0 �g4 B) 9 . . . h6 1 0. ttJ e4 ttJ a5
9 . h 3 �h5 1 O.d3 de 1 I . de ttJ d7 1 2.iWe2 mh8 Bl) I I .�h6 [ 1 1 . . .f5 1 2 .�g5±] ttJ c4 1 2 .�g5
[ 1 2 . . . iWc7 1 3 .g4 �g6 1 4 . ttJ h4 ttJ c5 1 5 .ttJ g6 [ 1 2.dc ttJ c3 1 3 . ttJ c3 iWd l 1 4. 1"lad l gh=] f6
hg 1 6 .�c4 ttJ d7= Spielmann-Marshall, 1 3 .dc ttJ b6 = ;
Budapest 1 928] 1 3 .1"ldl iWe7 1 4.g4 �g6 B2) 1 1 .�d5 iW d 5 1 2 .�h6 f5 1 3 .c4 iW c 6
1 5 .�g5 f6 1 6.�d2 �d2 1 7 . ttJ d 2 ttJ c5 = Spiel­ 1 4 .�d2 ttJ c4=.
mann-Marshall, Berlin 1928. 9.�d2 �g4 1 O.h3 �h5 I I .1"le l iWd6 1 2 .iWe2
1"lae 8 1 3 . 1"lab l ttJ b 6 1 4 .�b3 m h8= Za­
20 5 ...�c3 tonskih-Gubernatorova, Yalta 1 995.
A) 6.bc ? ! ttJ e4 7 . ttJ e5 d5 8 .�e2 1"le8 9 . ttJ f3
c5 1 0 .�b2 iWf6 I I . 1"le l ttJ c6 1 2 .�b5 �g4+ 2 3 9 ... 1"le8 l O. ttJ g5 �f5 I I . 1"lb l ± ECO.
Gurieli-Alterman, Katerini 1 992; 9 ... iWd6 1 O . a4 1"le8 1 I . ttJ g 5 �f5 1 2 . 1"lb l 1"lab8
B) 6 . dc d6 1 3 . 1"lb5± Kmoch.

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24 to.h3 CLl e3 l 1 .iWd2 �f3 1 2 .iWe3 �d5 4 ... d6 5 . CLl f3 �c3 6.dc CLl e4 7 .�d3± [7 .�c4
1 3 J:l:b 1 �e4 1 4.iWe4 Ei:e8+ Gilg-Marshall, 0-0 8 . 0-0 e6± ] .
Prague (01) 193 1 .
10.�b2 27 5.CLl f3�e3 [5 . . . Ei:e8 ! ?] 6 . dc CLl e4 7 .�d3
A) 1 O . . . iWd6 ? l 1 .h3 �h5 1 2 . g4 �g6 1 3 .�d5 d5 8 .h3 CLlc6 9.0-0 �f5 = Perlis-Rabinovich,
\Wd5 1 4 .e4 iWd6 1 5 . CLl e5 CLl e5 1 6 . Ei: e 5 ± Karlsbad 1 9 1 1 .
Hopper-Stojnic, Szombathely 1993 ; 5.CLl d3 � c 3 6.dc CLl e4
B) 1 0 . . . CLl f4t. A) 7 . CLl f4 Ei:e8 8 .�e2 -6
B) 7 . �e3 d6 8 . iW f3 Ei:e8 9 . 0 - 0 - 0 CLl d7
25 Bernstein-Alekhine, Paris (m) 1933. 1 0 . h 3 b6 l 1 .iWf4 �b7 1 2 .f3 CLl g 3 = Mainka­
Michaelsen, 1 992;
264 ... \We7 C) 7 .�e2 d5 [7 . . . Ei:e8 -5-6] 8 .0-0
A) 5 . CLl f3 Cl) 8 . . . CLl d7 9 . CLl f4 c6 l O. c4 dc 1 1 .�c4 CLl e5
AI) 5 . . . CLle4 1 2 .iWd8 Ei:d8 1 3 .�e2 �f5 1 4. g4 ! �c8 1 5 .f3
All) 6.CLle4 iWe4 7 .�e2 0-0 8 . 0-0 d5 9 . d4 CLl d6 1 6.Ei:d 1 ± Alapin-Rabinovich, Karls­
�g4 1 0.h3 �h5 1 1 .�e3 CLl e6 1 2.e3 �d6 bad 1 9 1 1 ;
1 3 . CLl g5 �e2 1 4 . CLl e4 �d l 1 5 . CLl d6 �e2 C2) 8 . . . �f5 9 .�e3 [9 . CLl f4 c6 - C 3 ] CLl d7 1 O.f3
1 6.Ei:fe l �a6= Vonthron-M.Braun, Bun­ CLl d6 1 1 .Ei:e 1 Ei: e 8 = Nimzovich-Spielmann,
desliga 1989; Baden-Baden 1925;
A12) 6.�e2 �e3 7 .de d6 8 .0-0 �e6 9 . Ei:e l C3) 8 . . . c6 9 . CLl f4
CLld7 1 0 .�b5 CLl ef6± Janowski-Blackburne, C31) 9 . . . �f5 [9 . . . Ei: e 8 - 5] 1 0 . � e3 CLl d6
Vienna 1898; 1 1 . Ei: el CLl d7 1 2 .�f] Ei:e8 1 3 .b3 CLl f6 1 4.f3
A2) 5 . . . �e3 6.de iWe4 7 .�e2 0-0 8 . 0-0 d5 iW e 7 1 5 . iW d2 Ei:ad 8 1 6 .�d4± K reuze r­
9 . Ei: el �g4 1 0 . h 3 ± Beraha-S.Muell e r, Navratil, Budapest 1 992;
Dornbirn 1988; C32) 9 . . . CLl d6 1 0.';fcfh l CLl d7 I l . g4 b6 1 2 .f3
A3) 5 . . . CLl e6 Ei:e8 1 3 . CLl g2 �b7 1 4 .�f4 CLl c5 1 5 .iWd2 iWd7
A3 1) 6.�b5 �e3 7 .de iWe4 8 .iWe2 iWe2 9 . m e2 1 6 . Ei:ae l Ei: ad8 1 7 .b3 CLl e6 1 8 .�g3 c5°o Ye
(EI Assiouti-Nazhad, Doha 1 992) 0-0= ; Jiangchuan-Ye Rongguang, Shenzhen
A32) 6.�e2±; 1 992.
B) 5 . CLl d3 �e3 6 . dc
Bl) 6 . . . iWe4 7 .�e2 28 5 . . . d6
B 1 1 ) 7 . . . iWg2 8 .�f3 iWh3 9 . CLl f4 iWf5 1 0.iWe2 A) 6 . CLl c4 �c3 7 .dc CLl e4=;
mf8 1 1 .�e3 CLl c6 1 2 . 0-0-0 d6 1 3 .Ei:hg l � B) 6 . CLl f3 �e3 7 .dc CLl e4 8 . 0-0 CLl d7 9 . Ei:e l
Biolek-Tichy, Czech 1993; CLl df6 1 0 . �d3 CLl c5 1 1 .�g5 h6 1 2 .�h4 �g4
B 12) 7 . . . 0-0 8 . 0 -0 d6 9 .�f3 1 3 .h3 CLl d3 1 4.iWd3± Janowski-Pillsbury,
B121) 9 . . . iWe7 1 0 . Ei: e l iW d 8 1 1 . � g 5 ± London 1 899;
Struchkova-Gutsko, Yalta 1995; C) 6 . CLl d3 �c3 7 .dc CLl e4 8 .0-0
B122) 9 . . . iWh4 (=ECO) l O.g3 iWh3 1 1 . CLl f4± ; C l ) 8 . . . Ei:e8 9 . CLl f4 -6.
B2) 6 . . . CLl e4 7 .�e2 d5 8 . 0-0 0-0 9 . CLl f4 c6 C2) 8 . . . CLl c6
1 O.c4 de 1 1 .�c4 �f5 [ 1 1 . . . CLl d6 ? ! 1 2. Ei:e l ± C 2 1 ) 9 . f3 ! ? CLl f6 1 0.�g5 M.Pavlovic.
Istratescu-Wijesundara, Manila (01) 1992] C22) 9 . CLl f4 CLl f6 l O.c4 �f5 l 1 .b3
1 2.\We2H Alapin-Alekhine, Karlsbad 1911 . C221) 1 1 . . . CLl b4? ! 1 2.a3 CLl c6 [ 12 CLl c2
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1 3 .1::1 a2± ] 1 3 .�b2 E'i:e S 1 4 . f3 :±: Swidler­ B) 9 . f3 [9.tIJf4 - 6] t1Jf6 1 0.�g5
Delanoy, Groningen 1990 ; Bl) 1 O" . tIJbd7
C222) 1 1 . . . tIJe7 ! ? 1 2.�b 2t1Jg 6 M. Pavlovic. Bll) l 1 . tIJf2 h6 1 2 .�h4 t1JfS 1 3 .�d3 t1Jg6=
Gutman-Raetsky, Biel op 1995;
29 6.tIJf3 �e3 B12) l 1 .e4 ! ?:±:;
A ) 7 . be t1Je4= Frank-Delanoy, Torcy 1991; B2) 1 0 " . h 6 1 1 .�h4 t1Jbd7 1 2 . e4 t1JfS
B) 7.de t1Je4 S . O-O d6 9 . E'i:e l h6 1 O. tIJd4 1 3 . � d2:±: Ostermeyer-Schulte, Bundes­
t1Jd7 1 1 .�f3 t1Jdf6= Kundin-Boim, Israel Iiga 1989 .
ch 1994.
6.tIJc4 ! ? 3 1 9.�e3
A ) 6" .�e3 7 . de t1Je4 S . tIJe3 d 6 9 . 0-0 t1Jd7 A) 9 " .e6 1 O. E'i:e l ! ? L1�fl ,f3 [ 1 O. tIJf4 -5] ;
[ 9 " . tIJe6 I O. tIJdS �f5°o B1atny ] 1 O.�d4:±: 9 " . tIJd7 1 O. tIJf4t1Jdf6 1 1 .e4 de 1 2 .�d S E'i:dS
Alterman ; 1 3 .�e4 t1Jd6
B) 6 " . tIJe4 7 . tIJe4 E'i:e4 S . e 3 Bl) 1 4 .�d3 �f5 1 5 . E'i:ad l �d3 1 6. E'i:d3 t1Jf5
B l ) S " .�fS 9.d4 E'i:eS 1 O.�f4 ! ? d5 1 1 . tIJe3 1 7 . E'i:fd 1 E'i:d3 I S . E'i:d3 E'i:eS = Maroczy-PiIIs­
[ 1 1 .tIJe5 t1Jd7 1 2. tIJd3 e5= Alterman] l 1 . . .e6 bury, Vienna 1 898;
1 2 .�d3 �e6 (Reinderman-Alterman, Til­ B2) 1 4.�b3 :±:.
burg 1994 -61/301 ) 1 3 .�e2 [ 1 3 .0-0 t1Jd7 =
Blatny] h6 1 4.0-0:±: Alterman. 32 9 . . . tIJf6!? 1 O .�e3 t1Je 6 1 1.�t3 �e6
B2) S " . d5 ! ? 1 2 . tIJe6 E'i:e6 1 3 .�f4 �e7 1 4 . E'i:el t1Je 5 =
B21 ) 9 . tIJe3 �fS 1 0. d4 E'i:eS = Alterman; Torre-Borik, Bochum 1981.
B22) 9.d3 E'i:eS 1 0.eb de 1 1 .de �e7 !
B22 1 ) 1 2 .a3 �e4� Alterman; 33 10.c4 d4
B222) 1 2.b5 �e4 1 3 . m fl �h3 1 4 . E'i:g l :±: A) 1 1 .E'i:e l
Blatny. AI) 1 1 . . . tIJa6 1 2 . tIJd3 (Vladimirov-Glja­
nec, USSR 1980) �f5 = ECO;
30 8 ... tIJc6 A2) 1 1 . . .�f5 1 2 .�d3 tIJa6 1 3 .�d2 tIJ ae5 =
A ) 9 . f3t1Jd6 ! ? 1 O.E'i:e 1 t1Jf5 1 1 .�f1 d6 1 2.�g5 Piskur-Pavasovic, Skofja Loka Slovenia
E'i:e l 1 3 .�e l �fS 1 4.�f2 �d7V2- 1/2 Taborov­ tch 1994;
Yusupov, Baku 1979; B) 1 1 .�d3 t1Ja6 1 2 .f3 t1Jd6 1 3 . E'i:el t1Jf5
B) 9 .E'i:e 1 ! ? d6 1 O.�f] �f5 1 l . f3 tIJf6 1 2 .�g5 1 4 . E'i:eS �e S 1 5 .�e2 �d7 1 6 .�d2 �e2
t1Je5 1 3 .�d2:±: h6 1 4 .�h4 1 7 .tIJe2 E'i:eS I S .mf2 1/2_1/2 Wittmann-Zar­
Bl) 1 4" .g5 1 5 .�f2t1Jd5 ? 1 6. tIJe5 de 1 7 .E'i:ad l nicki, Moscow 01 1994.
t1Jf4 l S .E'i:e5 ! ± Lau-Raetsky, Bad Ragaz
1994; 34 10 ... f5 ? ! l 1 .e4 g5 ? ! 1 2 . tIJh5 f4 1 3 .�d4
B2) 1 4 " . tIJed7 1 5 .e4:±: Stirenkov-Toistikh, �e7 1 4 .�e l �e6 1 5 .b4 ! ± Maroczy-Mar­
Katowice 1993; shall, Monte Carlo 1902.
C) 9 . tIJf4 ! ? 10 ... tIJd7 l 1 . e4 de 1 2 .�e4 t1Je5 1 3 .�dS E'i:dS
8 ... d 6 1 4.�e 2 �f5 1 5 . g4 ! ? �d7 1 6 . f3t1Jf6 1 7 . E'i:ad l
A) 9 .�t3 t1Je6 1 O. E'i:e 1 �f5 = 1 1 .�f4 �f6 t1Jg6 I S .tIJg6 hg 1 9 .e4 �e6 20.b3:±: Si.Popov­
12.E'i:e3 ? t1Je3 q: Ullrich-Schmitt, Altensteig Oniscuk, Leningrad 199 1 .
111993;

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35 11.Ele1 ClJ d7 1 2 . ClJ h5 B42) 1 O . . . a5 1l . f3 C1Jec5 1 2 .b3 1&f6 1 3 .Elb l
A) 1 2 . . . ClJfS 1 3 .�f l �f5 1 4 .b3 �g6 1 5 . ClJ f4= c6 1 4. CLl h 5 ! �g6 I S . CLl g3t Shirov-Yusupov,
Heidrich-Lehmann, Bundesliga 1986; Bundesliga 1995;
B) 1 2 . . . ClJ e5 1 3 . ClJ g3 ClJ f5 1 4 .�f4 ClJ g 3 B43) 1 O . . . CLl df6
1 5 .hg �f5 1 6 .�fl f6= Wells-Pavasovic, B431) I 1 . a4 as 1 2 .�e3 �f5 1 3 .�d4 ClJ g5
Budapest 1994. 1 4 . El a3 ClJ e 6 1 5 . CLl e6 El e 6 1 6 . El g3 1&e7
1 1 .�d3 �f5 1 2 .�h5 [ 1 2.�f3 ] g6 1 3 .�h6 1 7 .�d3 �g6 I S .�f3 CLl e4= Sepp-Zarnicki,
�d3 1 4 .cdCIJf5 1 5 .�h3 ClJ d7 1 6.Elae l �f6= Moscow 01 1994 ;
Benjamin-Yusupov, Munich 1 994, -601 B432) 1 1 .f3 ClJ c5 1 2.b3 1&e7 1 3 .Elf2 1&e5
(297) . 1 4 . El b l �d7 1 5 . � fl CLl e6 1 6 . CLl d3 �h5
17 .�b2 [ 1 7 . CLl b4? ClJ e4 ! Kuijf] as I S .�d2
36 S .. ClJf6 9 . c4 d6 1 0.0-0 ClJ c6 l 1 . b 3 ClJ e5
. �c6 (Nijboer-Piket, Nederland ch 1994 -
1 2.�b2 �f5 1 3 .f3C1Jg6 1 4. ClJ g 6 �g6 1 5 .�d2t 6 1/(30 1 » 1 9 . Ele l t Piket;
Prie-Nuvolowi, French tch 1995. B44) 1 0 . . . c6 ! ? ll l 1 . f3 ? 1&b6 Shirov;
S...d6 9 .0-0 B5) 1 O.f3 ! ? ClJ ef6 1 1 .c4 1&e7 1 2 .Elf2 1&e5
A) 9 . . . ClJc6 13 .Elb l CLl fS 1 4 .b3 �d7 1 5 . ClJ d 3 [ 1 5 . ClJ d5 ! ?
AI) 1 0. ClJ d5 ClJ e5 1 1 .f3 ClJ c5 1 2 .b4t i M4 ClJ d5 1 6 .cdt] �e7 1 6 .�b2 �e3 ! [ 1 6 . . . ClJ g6
Golubev-Meyers, Bie1 1992; 1 7 .1&d2 1&e3 I S .1&c3t] 1 7 .ClJ b4 [ 1 7 . 1&f l CLl g6
A2) 10 .�e3 �f5 l 1. El e l h6 (Bastian­ I S .Ele 1 1&b6] as I S .ClJ dSt Shirov-Akopian,
Roeder, Bundesliga 1985) 1 2 .�fl ! ?t M3 ; Linares 1995, -CBM46 Shirov.
A3) 1 0.c4 as
A31) 1 1 . ClJ dS ClJ c5 ? ! [ 1 1 . . .�e6 ! ? ] 1 2 .b3t 37 12.Ela3 ClJ d7 1 3 .Ele3 CLl dc 14.g4 �e6
Marciano-Miralles, Montpellier 199 1 ; 1 5 .f3 CLl f6 1 6 . b 3 h6 1 7 . 1&d4t Psakhis­
A32) 1 1 . a4 b 6 1 2 . Ela3t �b7 ? 1 3 .Elh3 ClJ e5 Yusupov, Vilnius USSR (ch) 1980/8 1 .
1 4 . CLldS CLl c5 1 5 .b3 CLl g6 1 6 .�g4± Sha­
balov,-Gawehns, Bonn 1994; 3 8 3 ... �e7 ? !
B) 9 . . . CLld7 A) 4.d4
B1) 1 O.�d3 CLl dc 1 1 .�f3 �d7 1 2.c4 ClJ g5 A I ) 4 . . . d6 5 . ClJ f3 1&e4 (5 . . . CLl e4 6.�e3 1&dS
1 3 .�h5 CLl d3= Spielmann-Rabinovich, 7 .�d3± ECO)
Karlsbad 1911; B2) 1 0.Ele l ClJ df6 1 1 .�e3 A l l ) 6.�e3 CLl g4 7 .�d2 ClJ e3 S . fe c6 (S . . . d5
�fS 1 2.a4 [ 1 2.c4 ! ?] d5= Ka.Mueller-Schul­ 9 . ClJ c 3 �e6 1 O.�d3 f5 (Steinitz) 1 1 .0-0-0
te, Bundesliga 1990; �e7 1 2 . g4 fg 1 3 . CLl e 5 0-0 1 4. e4±1---+ Sozin)
B3) 1 0.�e3 9 .�d3 1&e7 1 0.0-0 g6= Forintos, Haag;
B31) 1 O . . . CLl e5 ? ! 1 1 .f3 ClJ f6 1 2.�f2t Tar­ A 1 2) 6.�e2 �f5 7 .c4 (7 . ClJ a3 d5 S . O-O �a3
rasch-Gruenfeld, Vienna 1922; 9 .�b5 m fS 1 O.�d3 �g4 1 1 .h3 �h5 1 2 .bai
B32) 1 0 . . . ClJ df6 ! ? 1 0.�e3 ClJ df6 1 1 .c4 h6 t) �e7 S . O-O 0-0 9 . CLl c3 1&c2 I 0.�c2 �c2
1 2 . Elel �f5 1 3 . � d3 CLl g4= Le Quang­ 1 1 .�f4 CLl bd7 1 2 . El ac l �g6 1 3 . ClJ h4t1±
Vianin, Geneva op 1995; Bardeleben, Mieses;
B4) 1 0.c4 A2) 4 . . . ClJ c6
B41) 1O . . . CLl e5 1 l . f3C1JcS 1 2 . b 3 �f5 1 3 .�b2 A21) 5 . CLl c6 �e4 6 .�e2 dc 7 . 0-0 �e6 S .c3
�h4 1 4 . ClJ dS ElacS 1 5 .�d2t Svobodova­ �d6 9.f4 0-0-0 1 0.�d3 �d5 1 l .f5 �d7
Saljova, Olomouc 1 995; 1 2 .�e3 (Tammert-Capron, France 1989)

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:8:heS 1 3 .c4 VIiaSoo; 41 6 .. . CLl d7 7 . CLl c 3 de S . CLl dS CLl f6 9 . CLl f6
A22) S . CLl f3 gf 1 O.�bS �d7 [ 1 0 . . . c6 1 1 .�c6 mdS 1 2.�d2 !
A221) S . . . VIie4 6 .�e2 dS 7 . 0-0 �d7 S .c4 as 1 3 .�dS± Hooper] 1 1 .�d7 md7 1 2 .0-0±
0-0-0 9 . CLl c3 VIifS 1 O.:8:e l dc 1 1 .�c4 �e6± Sozin.
Birmingham-Capron, France 1989; 6 ... f6
A222) S . . . CLl e4 6 .�e2 dS 7 . 0-0 �e6 S . c 3 A) 7J4 CLl d7 [7 . . . CLl c6? ! S .�bS± Forintos,
VIid7 9 . :8:e l 0 - 0 - 0 1 0.�d3 fS 1 1 .�f4 �d6 Haag] S . CLl c 3 fe 9 . CLl dS CLl f6
12 .�d6± Kogan-Kosashvili, 1 986; A I ) I O. CLl f6 gf 1 1 .�bS c6 1 2 .�c6 bc 1 3 .VIic6
B) 4 . CLl f3 m f7 1 4 . VIidS ! [ 1 4 . VIiaS? �b7 I S . VIia7 ed
B 1 ) 4 . . . VIie4 ? ! S .�e2 dS [S . . . �cS 6. 0-0 0-0 1 6. m f2 :8:gS 1 7 . :8:g 1 VIie4 I S . g 3 VIic2 1 9 . m n
7 . d4 �b6 S .c4 c6 9 . CLl c 3 VIie7 I O.�gS± An­ VIid l 20. m f2 VIif3 2 l .ct?e 1 � g 7 22.VIid4 :8:eS
derssen-Kolisch, Paris 1 860] 6 . 0-0 �g4 2 3 . md2 :8:e2 24.ct?dl :8:g2 2S . m e l VIie2#
7 .�bS mdS S .�e2± Anderssen-Goering, Bisguier] ct?g7 I S . VIiaS �b7 1 6 . VIia7 ed
Leipzig 1 87 1 ; 1 7 . m f2 VIie4 I S . :8:g 1 VIic 2 1 9 . ct?e l VIie4
B2) 4 . . . CLl e4 S .�e2 VIidS 6 . 0 - 0 �e7 7 . d4 0 - 20. ct?d 1 ± Steinitz;
o S .c4 c6 9 . VIic2 (Forintos, Haag) ± . A2) I O. CLl e7 CLl e4 1 1. CLl dS mdS 1 2 .�d3 c6
1 3 .�e4 cd 1 4 .�dS ed I S .�d2± L10-0-0
Steinitz;
39 4.VIif3?! CLl f6 S . d4 d6 6 . CLl d3 CLl c 6 =
B) 7 . CLl c 3 de S . CLl dS VIid6 9 . de fe 1 O.�f4
Sozin.
c 6 [ 1 0 . . . CLl d7 1 1 . 0 - 0 - 0 �e7 1 2 . �c4± ]
1 1 . 0-0-0 ! ± Steinitz.
40 6.f4 de [6 . . . CLl c 6 7 .�bS �d7 S . CLl c3 ! 6 ... CLl c6
Forintos, Haag] 7 Je f6 [7 . . . CLl c 6 S . d4 fS A ) 7J4 de S .de f6 9 . CLl c3 [9 .�bS �d7 1 0. CLl c3
9.VIif4 �e6 1 0 .c3 0-0-0 1 1.�d 3 VIid7 12.�c2 0-0-0 1 1 .�e3± Forintos, Haag] fe 1 0. CLl dS
gS 1 3 . VIif2 �e7 14.CLl d2 :8:hfS I S . CLl b 3 ± VIidS I I Je± Forintos, Haag;
Chandler-Jimenez, Oviedo (aktiv) 1992] B) 7 .�bS �d7 S . O-O de 9.dS CLl b S [9 . . . fS ?
A) S . CLl c3 VIieS 9 . VIieS fe 1 0 .d4 ! ? [ 1 O.�c4 I O.VIie2 CLl bS 1 1 .:8:e 1 �bS 1 2 .VIibS c6 1 3 .VIib3
�cS ] �b4 1 1 .�c4 ! ? :8:fS [I I . . .ed 12 .�gS dc cd 1 4.�gS+- Speelman-Koegh, Amster­
1 3 .0-0- 0 --+ ] 1 2 .�e3 �g4 1 3 . h3 �hS 1 4. de dam 1978] 1 0.d6 cd I l . VIib7 �bS 1 2 . VIiaS
CLl c6± Vitolinsh-Shmit, USSR 1975. VIic7 1 3 .�e3± Ugrinovic.
B) S .d4 CLl d7 [ S . . . fe 9 . de CLlc6 1 0.�f4]
Bl) 9 . CLl c 3 fe 1 0 . CLl dS CLl f6 I l . CLl f6 gf 42 7 VIie5 VIieS S . de �fS ! ? [S . . . CLl c 6 ? !
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1 2 .�bS ? c6 1 3 .�c6 bc 1 4 . VIic6 mf7 9 .�bS �d7 1 O.�c6 �c6 I I .O-O± Forintos,
B11) I S . VIiaS �b7 1 6 . VIia7 [ 16.VIibS ? ! �g7 Haag]
1 7 .VIia7 ed I S .mf2 :8:eS I 9 . :8:g 1 fS 20 .h3 VIie2 A) 9 .�d3 ? �d3 1 0.cd CLlc6 1 1 .�f4 CLl b4=t
2 1 . ct?g3 :8:e3 0-1 Biedarva-Chalupetzky, Pachman;
corr 1 903] ed 1 7 .mf2 VIie4--+ ; B) 9.c3 CLl d7
B12) I S . VIidS m g 6 1 6 . VIiaS � b 7 --+ Ed. Bl) 1 0. f4
Lasker-Chalupetzky, corr 1 903; B11) 1 0 . . . �cS [ 1 O . . . f6 ! ? Forintos, Haag]
B2) 9 .�f4 fe 1 0.de gS 1 1 .�g3 �g7 1 2 . CLl c 3 1 1 .b4 �b6 12 . CLl d2 0-0-0
�eS 1 3 .�eS VIieS 1 4. 0-0-0 0 - 0 I S .�c4 ct?hS B 111) 1 3 .�e2 ? f6--+ (Karimov-Jaroslav­
1 6 .:8:hf l ± Forintos, Haag; tsev, Rostov 1974) 1 4.g4 �e6 I S .c4 �d4

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1 6.fi:b l fe 1 7 .fS fif7 1 8 . ct:l e4 ct:l f6 1 9 .ct:l g3 8.ct:lc3 WieS 9 .WieS ct:l eS
h6 20.h4 bS=t Pachman; A) 1 0. ct:l b S fib4 1 I . c 3 fiaS 1 2.fif4 f6 1 3 .ct:l a3
B112) 0 1 3 . ct:l c4 Forintos, Haag; fifS 1 4 .0-0-0 fi:d8 I S . fi:d8 md8 1 6 .fieS fe
B12) 1 0 . . . 0-0-0 I I .fie3 f6 1 2 . ct:l d2 fe 1 3 .fe 1 7 . ct:l c4 fib6 1 8 .fie2± Saltaev-Kstrba, Bu­
CLJeS+ Kos-Potapov, Ceske Budejovice dapest 1989;
1995; B) 1 0 .fif4 fid6 1 1 .fig3 ! fid7 1 2 . 0-0-0
B2) 1 0 .fif4 0 - 0 - 0 [ Xe S ] 1 1 . ct:l d2 ct:l eS 0-0-0 1 3 . ct:l e4 fic6 1 4 . ct:l d6±1@ Vasiukov­
1 2.fieS fi:e8= ; Chekhov, USSR (ch 11) 1975 -20/27 1 .
C) 9 . 1?,bS CLJd7 [ L'l9 . . . c6 1 O.fid 3 ] 1 0 .0-0
[ 1 0 .fid7 m d7 Xc2, eS] fic2 1 1 .fif4 c 6 4 5 9 .f4 ? ct'leS .
1 2.fie2 fifS 1 3 . ct:l c 3 fi e7 = Sapfirov-Jaros­ 9.0 -0 0-0-0
lavtsev, USSR 1 97 1 ; A ) 1 0.fic6 fic6 1 1 .WifS fid7 1 2 .Wif4 f6 1 3 . ef
D) 9.CLJc3 CLJd7 [9 . . . fic2 ? 1 0. ct:l dS±] 1 0.fif4 gf 1 4.ct'lc 3 Wif7� (Witmann-Lieff, Bochum
fics 1 1 .0-0-0 fif2 1 2 . ct:l dS fib6 1 3 . ct:l b6 1 979) I S .fie3� Forintos, Haag;
CLJb6 1 4.fid3 fid3 I S . fi:d3 O-O± Gemste­ B) 1 0.ct'lc3 ct'leS
Shemaitite, USSR 1979. B 1 ) I l .fid7 fi:d7 1 2 .fie 3 ct'lc6 1 3 .Wia4 Wib4=
Rabinovich-Jaroslavtsev, Rostov 1 972;
43 7 ... f6 B2) 1 1 .fie3
A) 8.f4 ct:l d7 9 . ct:l c 3 fe 1 O .fic4± [ 1 0 . ct:l dS B21) I I . . . fi c 6 1 2 . WifS Wie6 1 3 .Wie6 fe
ct:lf6oo] Forintos, Haag; 1 4 .fic6 ct'lc6 I S .ct'le4± Sick-Seegler, Ger­
B) 8.CLJc3 WieS 9 .WieS fe 1 0.figS L'l0-0-0 ± many 1987;
Forintos, Haag. B22) 1 I . . . fibS 1 2 .ct'lbS CLJc6 1 3 .ct'la7 ! ? ct'la7
1 4.Wia4 ct'lc6 I S .Wia8 ( Kholmov-Belousov,
44 8 f4 fid7 [ 8 .. .f6 -4 1 /6 ct:l c6/A] 9 . ct:l c3
. .•. USSR 1974 - 1 7/275) ct'lb 8 1 6 .fia7 Wie4
0-0-0 1 0.fic4 [ 1 O. ct:l d5 ? Wie8 I l .Wie2 f6 ! 1 7 .fi:fe l Wic6 1 8 . fi:ad l fid6 1 9 .fi:d6! Wid6
1 2.ef Wif7 1 3 .c4 fib4 1 4 .mf2 fi:he8 I S .fie3 20.Wib8 md7 2 1 .Wib7°o Pachman;
fi:e3 ! 1 6.Wie3 fi:e8 1 7 .Wid3 fics+- Jugai­ B23) 1 1 . . . a6 ! ?
Jaroslavtsev, corr 1 970; 1 O.fid2 ! ? Forin­ B23 1 ) 1 2 .ct'ldS Wie6 1 3 .ct'lf4 fS ? [o I 3 . . . Wie7]
tos, Haag] Wih4 l 1 .g3 Wih3 1 2 .fifl Wie6 1 4.ct'le6 fe I S .ct'ld 8 fibS 1 6.fi:fd 1 fic4 1 7 .fi:d4
1 3 .fig2 f6 1 4 . 0 - 0 ± Martens-Delanoy, fid6 1 8 .b3± Kruchem-K.Adamsky, corr
Kecskemet 199 1 . 1 990;
8.fif4 gS ! B) 1 2 .fia6 fic6 ! 1 3 .WifS fid7 1 4.Wie4 fic6=
A) 9.fig3 ? fS I O.Wie2 f4 1 1 .Wih S Wif7 1 2.WigS Kholmov.
fg 1 3 .hg fics-+ Nagaizev-Jaroslavtsev,
USSR 1 97 1 ; 46 9 .. Wie5?? l O.fic6+-.
.

B) 9.fibS fid7 1 0.fid2 fS 1 1 .Wie2 0-0-0 9 ct'le5 ? 1 O.ct'ldS [ 1 0 .Wib7 ct'lf3 1 1 .md 1 Wid6
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1 2 .0-0 f4 1 3 .fic3 fi:g8°o Seknadje-Novo­ 1 2 . Wi d S ±] Wid6 1 1 . fi f4 f6 [ 1 1 . . . 0 - 0 - 0


loni, Paris 1989; 1 2.fieS fi:e8 1 3 .fid7 <j;,ld7 1 4.f4 f6 I S .0-0-0
C) 9.fie3 fig7 1 0.fibS fid7 I l .CLJc3 fieS = +-] 1 2 .fid7 Wid7 1 3 . 0-0-0+- Ugrinovic.
1 2.0-0-0 [L'l 1 2 . ct:l dS fS 1 3 . CLJe7 fe] 0-0-0
1 3 .fi:he l fic3 1 4 .Wie7 CLJe7 I s .fid7 fi:d7 47 10 .. a6? ! I l .fic4 fie6? 1 2 .fia6 mb8
.

1 6.fi:d7 md7 1 7 . bc= Pachman. 1 3 .fibS fi:d4 1 4.Wie3 ct'lb4 I S .fia4+- Sax-

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Hulak, Budapest 1 975. kenzie & Minoz-Breizinger & Gilbert,
10 .. . f6? ! 1 1 .ef iWf6 1 2 .0-0-0± Yudasin­ Brooklin 1 869] 8 . d4 g6 9.c4 �e7 I O. CLl c 3
Montecatine, Dos Hermanas 1992. iWd7 I l . h3 b6 1 2 .f4 �b7 1 3 .�e3 It>d8 1 4.a4 t
± Cochrane-Mohishunder, Calcutta 1848;
48 1 1 .�c6?! �c6 1 2 .iWfS iWd7 1 3 .iWd7 A3) 6 . . . �g4 7 . f3 �hS 8 .iWe l �n 9 .�f7 It> n
[ 1 3 .iWgS �e7t] E1d7 1 4.�gS E1g8� Forintos, I O.d4 cS 1 1 .dS (Cohrane) g6 1 2 . f4 �g700 ;
Haag. B) S . . . �e6 6.�e 6 It>e6 7 .d4 [7.0-0 It>d7 8 .d4
@c8 9 . c4 CLl bd7 I O.CLl c3� It>b8 1 l .f4 a6 1 2.a4
49 11 ... h5 1 2 . h4± Forintos, Haag. @a7 1 3 . b4 E1c 8 1 4 .�e3-- Cohrane-Mohis­
11 .. f5 1 2 .ef iWf6 1 3 . 0-0± Forintos, Haag.
. hunder, Calcutta 1848] It>n [7 . . . lt>d7 8 .eS-­
11 ... �g7 1 2 . 0-0-0± Osnos, Kalinichenko; 7 . . . c6 8 . 0-0 @d7
A) 1 2 . . . fS 1 3 . ef iWf6 1 4 .�c7 ! Forintos, 9 .c4 hS I O. CLl c3 It>c7 1 l .f4 CLl bd7 1 2 .iWd3
Haag; h4 1 3 .�d2t/� Agrinsky-Boganov, 1960]
B) 1 2 . . .tLle S 1 3 . � d7 E1d7 1 4 . E1d7 iWd7 Bl) 8 . 0-0 �e7 9 .iWf3 [9 . CLl c 3 ] CLlc6 1 0.E1d l
I S .�eS E1e8 1 6 . E1d]+- Forintos, Haag; iWc8 I I .iWb3 @g6 1 2 . CLl c3 h6 1 3 .f4 It>h7
C) 1 2 . . . E1he8 1 3 .E1he l 1 4 .h3 E1b8 I S .�e3 bS 1 6.eS CLl aS+ Gurevich­
Cl) 1 3 . . .fS 1 4.ef iWf6 I S .iWa4± Forintos, Chernikov, Maikop 1972;
Haag; B2) 8 . CLl c3 �e7 9 .iWe2 [9 .iWf3 CLl c6] E1f8
C2) 1 3 .. .tLleS 1 4 .iWh7 �bS I S .tljbS E1d l 1 O.�e3 It>g8 1 1 .0-0-0 c6 1 2 . g4 dS 1 3 .eS
[ I S . . . iWb4 1 6 .iWg7 CLl d3 1 7 . cd E1e I 1 8 .iWc3±] CLl e4 !00 ;
1 6 .E1d l iWf6 1 7 . CLl c3±. B ) S . . . dS ! 6.�b3 [6.ed �d6 7 . 0-0 E1f8 8 . d4
It> g8+ Bisguier]
50 Cochrane. C l ) 6 . . . CLl e4 7 .iWhS @e6 (Steinitz) [7 . . . @e7?
4.CLld3? ! CLl e4 8 .�dS CLl cS 9 . 0-0 __ Osnos, Kalinichenko]
A) S .iWe2 iWe7 6.b3 [6.g3] CLl c 6 7 .�b2 �fS 8 . 0-000;
8.g4 �d7 9 .�g2 O-O-O ! ? 1 0 .0-0 [ 1 O.�e4 C2) 6 . . . �d6 ! ? 7 .�dS CLl dS 8 .iWhS g6 9.iWdS
E1e8 ; 1 0.iWe4 iWe4 1 1 .�e4 E1e 8 ] CLl c S I l .iWe7 It>g7 1 0.0-0 CLl c6 ! ?00 [ I O . . . c6? ! 1 1 .iWd4 iWf6
�e7 1 2 . CLl c S dc 1 3 .E1e l �f6 ! + Glek-Ivan­ 1 2 . iW f6 It> f6 1 3 . d4oo Cochrane-Mohis­
chuk, Pinsk 1986; hunder, Calcutta 1848] ;
B) S . g3 dS [S . . . iWe7 ! ? 6 .iWe2] 6.�g2 �d6 C3) 6 . . . �g4 ! ? 7 . f3 [7 .�d5 ? iWdS-+] �e6
7 . 0-0 0-0 8.b4 E1e8 9 .�b2 c6 [9 . . . �fS ! ?] 8.eS CLl hS [lliWh4] 9 . 0-0 g6 1 O.f4 CLl g7+
I O . CLl c3 �fS I l . CLl e2 CLl d7 1 2 . CLl d4 �g6oo Osnos, Kalinichenko;
Polaczek-Krukowski, Brussels 1987. C4) 6 . . . iWe8 ! 7 .d3 �e6 8 . eS �g4 [8 . . . d4 ! ?
Osnos, Kalinichenko] 9 .�dS CLl dS l O.iWg4
5 1 5.�c4? ! iWeS+- Osnos, Kalinichenko;
A) S . . . @e8 6.0-0 C5) 6 . . . �e6 ! 7 . eS [ 7 . CLl c 3 de 8 .�e6 @e6
AI) 6 ... cS 7.h3 iWc7 8.f4 CLl c 6 9 . CLl c3 a6 9 . CLl e4 CLl e4 1 0.iWg4 It> n I l .iWe4 iWe7-+]
1 0. a4� Cochrane-Mohishunder, Calcutta CLl e4 8 . d4 cS 9 .iWf3 It>e8+ Schachzeitung
1 848; 1 86 1 .
A2) 6 . . . c6 7 .�b3 CLl a6 [7 . . . iWe7 8 . CLl c3 �e6 5.CLl c3
9.d4 �b3 1 0.ab CLl bd7 1 l . f4 g6 1 2.eS de A) S . . . �e6 6.d4 -S 2/5 ... �e6/C;
1 3 .fe CLl hS 1 4 . CLl e4 iWg7 I S . CLl gS ± Mac- B) S . . . g6 6. d4 -8;

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C) 5 . . . 11e7 6.11c4 11e6 7 . 11e6 @e6 8 . d4 c6 - 11g6 1 6 .f5 ttJ c500;
62/7 ... 11e6; B3) 1 3 .g3 ttJ g3 1 4 .Vf1f2 11c5 1 5 .Vf1g3 Vf1e7
D) 5 . . . Vf1e7 6.d4 -5 2/S .Vf1e7 ;
.. 1 6 .11b7 �d8 1 7 .11c6 mf8°o Domuls.
E) 5 . . . Vf1e8 ! ? [1l6.11c4 11e6 7 .11e6 Vf1e6+] 6.d4 S ... Vf1e7 6 . ttJ c3
El) 6 . . . g6 [6 . . . ttJ e4? 7 .Vf1h5 g6 8 . Vf1d5 ] - 521 A) 6 . . . ttJ e4? 7 . Vf1h5 ;
S ... Vf1e81B ; B) 6 . . . 11e6
E2) 6 . . . c5 ! ? ; B1) 7 .Vf1f3 mg8 8.e5 ttJ fd7 ? ! 9 . ttJ dS Vf1d8
F) 5 . . . c5 . 1 0.11c4 11e7 1 1 . ttJ f6+- Rubin-Dyakov, corr
1981/84;
52 S ... ttJe4? 6.Vf1h5 me7 7 . Vf1e2± (Bron­ B2) 7 .11d3 ! ? Osnos, Kalinichenko;
stein) lld5 8 . 11g5 . S ... bS? 6.11b 5 11b7 7 . ttJ c 3 C) 6 . . . g6 7 . 11d3 11g7
c 6 [ 7 . . . ttJ e4 8 . Vf1f3+-] 8 . 11d3 g 6 9.f4 mg7 C1) 8 . 11g 5 ? ! h6 9 . 11h4 g5 1 0 . 11g3 �f8
1 O.Vf1e2 ttJ bd7 1 1 .0-0 11e7 1 2 .e5± -+ Olei­ 1 1 .0-0 mg8 1 2 .e5 ttJ e 8 1 3 .Vf1h5 11f5 1 4. ttJ d5
nik-Kupfer, corr. 198 1/84. Vf1e6+ Svenn-Maiorov, Hallsberg 1980;
S ... 11g4? ! 6.f3 11e6 7 . ttJ c3 11e7 8 . 11d3 �f8 C2) 8 . 0-000.
9.0-0 mg8 1 0.mh l c5 ? ! 1 l .e5 de 1 2 .de ttJ fd7 S Vf1e8
•..

1 3.f4 ttJ c6 1 4 .Vf1h5± Kurkin-Sablin, corr. A) 6.11c4


198 1/84. A I ) 6 . . . 11e6
S ... dS ? ! 6.e5 ttJ e4 [6 . . . ttJ e 8 7 . 11d3 g6 8 . h4-+ All) 7 . 11d3? ttJ c6 8 . 11e 3 [ S . c 3 ttJ e4 9 . 11e4
Osnos, Kalinichenko] 7 . 11d3 [7.Vf1f3 mg8 11f5 + Forintos, Haag ] ttJ b4 ! 9 . 0 - 0 c5
S.Vf1e4?? 11b4+- Fedorov] Vf1h4 [7 . . . ttJ c6 1 O . ttJ c3 ttJ d 3 + Shirjaev-Fedoseev, corr
S.c3 meS 9 . h4 11f5 1 0 . g4 11e6 1 1 . f3 ± 198 1/84;
Sayapin-Rubin, corr 198 1/84] 8 . 0-0 g 6 A12) 7 .d5 i.c8 ! ? 8 . f3 ttJ bd700 ;
9.11e4 [9.f3 ttJ g5 1 0. f4-+ Os nos, Kalini­ A2) 6 . . . d5 7 . 11dS ttJ d5 8 .Vf1h5 g6 9 .Vf1d5
chenko] de 1 0.f3-+ Novozhidov-Orlov, corr Vf1e6°o Makarychev, Grodzensky;
1981184. B) 6 . ttJ c 3
S ... 11e6 B1) 6 . . . d5 ? ! 7 .e5 i.b4 8 .Vf1f3 mg8 9 . 11d3
A) 6.Vf1f3 c6 117 . e5 ? de 8 .de Vf1a5+- Semen­ 11g4 1 0 .Vf1f4 11c3 l l .bc 11h5 1 2 .0-0±
kov-Rubin, corr 1981/84; Zaidler-Brauer, Suh1 1 983;
B) 6.11d3 11e7 7 . 0-0 g6 8 .c4 mg7 9 . ttJ c 3 B2) 6 . . . g6 -8;
ttJ a6 l O.a3 c6 1 1 .h 3 ttJ c7 1 2 .d5 11f7 1 3 .11e3 C ) 6.11d 3 ttJ c6 [6 . . . ttJ e4? 7 .Vf1h5 g6 8 . Vf1d5+­
h6 1 4.f4 11e5 -+ Shirazi-Lane, Los Angeles ] 7 . c 3 d5 8 . e5 [ 8 .0-0 ? ! de 9 . i.c4 mg6 1 0. f3
1983 . 11e6 11 1 l .dS ttJ a5 + Forintos, Haag] ttJ e5
C) 6.ttJc3 11e7 7 . f4t Staunton; 9 . de Vf1e5 1 0.Vf1e2=:.
S ... ttJbd7 S ... c6
A) 6.11c4 d5 7 . 11dS ttJ d5 8 . Vf1h5 g6 9 .Vf1d5 A) 6 . 11d3 i.e7 7 . 0-0
cllg700; AI) 7 . . . g6 8 . c4 @g7 9 . ttJ c3 ttJ bd7 1 O.11e3
B) 6.e5 de 7 . de Vf1e7 8 . 11c4 @e8 9.f4 ttJ b6 ttJ f8 1 l .h3 d5 1 2.e5 ttJe8 1 3 .cd cd 1 4 .f4
1 0.11e2 ttJ e4 1 1 .11f3 11f5 1 2 .Vf1e2 Vf1h4 11b4 1 5 .f5 ± Vitolinsh-Butnorius, Vilnius
B 1 ) 12 . . . ttJc5? 1 3 .0-0 ttJ e6 1 4.11e3-+ Lipski­ 1985;
Nachlik, Nalechov 198 1 ; A2) 7 . . . ttJ a6 8 . ttJ c3 11e6 9 . f4
B 2 ) 1 2 . . . Vf1b4 1 3 . c3 Vf1c4 1 4.Vf1c4 ttJ c4 1 5 . g4 A21) 9 . . . Vf1c7 ? 1 0.e5 Vf1b6 l 1 . m h l ! 11g4

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1 2 .\We 1 ttJ dS 1 3 .\Wg3 �cS 1 4. ttJ dS cd l S .c3 1 4 .\WhS h6 1 S .�h6 ttJ f6 1 6 .gf6 \Wf6 1 7 .�gS
\WdS 1 6 .fS --+ Vitolinsh-Alexandrov, Riga +- Didzun-Michok, Cottbus 1988;
(aktiv) 1990; B2) 1 1 . . . ttJ c6
A22) 9 . . . \Wb6 ! ? ; B21 ) 1 2 .dS de 1 3 .dc \Wd 1 1 4 . ttJ d 1 bc I S .fe
A3) 7 . . . \WaS ! ? S .c3 gdS 9.f4 \WhS 1 0.�e2 geS= Vitolinsh-Anikaev, USSR (ch 1 1)
�g4 1 1 .�g4 \Wg4 1 2 .\Wb3 dS 1 3 .\Wb7 ttJ e4 1979;
1 4.fS [ 1 4.\WaS? \Wd7-+] \We2 I S .�f4 \Wa6 B22) 1 2 .ef! \Wf6 1 3 . ttJ bS ge7 1 4.c3± (Vai­
1 6.\Wc7 \Wc S+ Visseti-Stanger, Dortmund ser-Vysotsky, corr. 1981/84) a6 I S .\Wb3
1987; IiffS 1 6 . fS ! gS [ 1 6 . . . gf 1 7.\WdS g f7
B) 6 . ttJ c 3 �e7 -9. I S . ttJ c7+-] 1 7 . ttJ a3 gaeS I S . ttJ c 2 bS 1 9 .dS
ttJdS 2 0 . ttJ d4+- O'Neill-Solomon, Aus­
53 6.�d3 �g7 [6 . . . cS] 7 . 0-0 geS S . ttJ c3 tralia 1985 .
IifgS 9 . h3 6 ... \We8
A) 9 . . . �e6 ? ! 1 0. f4 ttJ bd7 1 1 . \Wf3 c6 1 2 .�e3 A) 7 .�c4 �e6 S .dS [ S . \We2 Kaerner, Pet­
\WaS 1 3 .g4 ttJ b6 1 4 .fS �c4 I S .gS ttJ fd7 kevich]
1 6 .f6± Scotorenko-Per Bille Somod, corr A I ) S . . . �cS 9 . 0-0 �g7 l O.ge l gfS
1987/88; All ) l 1 .eS de 1 2.d6 �e6 1 3 .geS �c4 1 4.geS
B) 9 . . . cS ! ? i1 1 0 .dS c4+ . geS I S .dc ttJ a6 1 6 .�f4 gecS+ Vitolinsh­
Anikaev, Riga 1982;
54 6 ..�g7 7 .�c4 �e6 S .�e6Iife6 9 . f41ifn
. A 1 2) 1 l . f4IifgS= 1 2 .eS de 1 3 . fe ttJ g4 1 4.d6
1 0 .eS IifhS I S .e6 ttJ eS 1 6.d7 ttJ bd7 1 7 .ed \Wd7
A) 1 0 . . . ttJeS 1 1 .\Wf3 c6 I S .\Wd7 ttJ d7= Popov-Grodzensky, corr
A I ) 1 2 . fS gfS 1 3 . fglifgS 1 4 .ghlifhS I S .�f4t 1982/83;
Rubin-Demidov, corr 1981/84; A2) S . . . �d7 ! ? i1bS ,b4 Xe4 Domuls;
A2) 1 2 . ttJ e4 B) 7 .�d3
A21) 1 2 . . . \Wd7 ? ! 1 3 .0-0 gfS 1 4.fS ! i1gf B 1 ) 7 . . . cS S .dc dS ! ? Osnos, Kalinichenko;
I S .\Wb3 dS 1 6.e6+- Osnos, Kalinichenko; B2) 7 . . . �g7 S . O-O
A22) 1 2 . . . gfS ? ! 1 3 .\Wb3 dS 1 4 . ttJ g5 IifgS B21) S . . .�g4 9.f3 �e6 1 0.f4 IifgS 1 1 .\Wf3
I S . ttJ e6± Osnos, Kalinichenko; c 6 1 2 . h 3 --+ Kahlert-Vogel, Bundesliga
A23) 1 2 . . . \WaS 1 3 .�d2 \WdS 1 4 .fS 1989;
A23 1 ) 1 4 . . . gf I S .\WfS lifgS 1 6. 0-0 de 1 7 .de B22) S . . . gfS 9 .eS
ttJ d7 I S .�c 3 ttJ fS 1 9 .9ad 1 \We6 20 . ttJ f6 �f6 B221) 9 . . . de? ! 1 0.de \WeS l 1 . ge 1 --+ \WcS
2 1 .\We6 ttJ e6 22.ef+- Osnos, Kalinichenko; 1 2 . � e3 \Wc6 1 3 . �bS \Wd6 1 4 . �c4 �e6
A232) 1 4 . . . gfS I S .f6 IifgS 1 6 .\Wb3 \Wb3 I S .�cS± Frolova-Lutskane, Leningrad
1 7 .ab ttJ f6 I S .ef �f6 1 9 .ttJd6 �d4 20.0-0-0 1989;
± Makropoulos-Toth, Rome 1981 -31/365; B222) 9 . . . ttJ g4
A233) 1 4 . . . de I S . fg IifgS (Forintos, Haag) B2221 ) 1 0.h3 ttJ h6 l 1 .ed Iif gS [ 1 1 . . .cd
1 6 .0-0 hg 1 7 .de ttJ d7 I S .�c3 --+ ; 1 2 .ge 1 \Wc6 1 3 .�e4+- Domuls] 1 2 .dc ttJ c6
B) 1 0 . . . geS 1 1 .0-0 [ 1 2 . . . ttJ a6 ! ? 1 3 . b3 \Wc 6 Domuls] 1 3 . dS ttJ eS
B1) 1 1 . . . ttJ fd7 ? ! 1 2 .fS de [ 1 2 . . . gf 1 3 .\WhS 1 4.�e4 ttJ hn [ 1 4 . . . �fS I S .ge 1 \Wd7 1 6.�h6 !
IifgS 1 4 .�gS \Wc S I S .ttJ dS de 1 6 .gfS --+ Ro­ �h6 1 7 .d6 �e4 I S . ttJ e4 \Wc6 1 9 .b3± Vito­
man-Moulain, Paris 1 989] 1 3 .fg Iifg S linsh-Domuls, Riga 1 983] I S . d6 \Wd7

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1 6.!e3 tLld6 [ 1 6 . . . Wd6 1 7 .Wd6 tLl d6 1 8 .!d5 lLl bd7 1 2 .f5 ± Demidov-Nicevic, corr 1981/
tLldf7 1 9 .!c5 1::1 e 8 20.1::1 fe l ±] 1 7 . !dS ct;>h8 84] 9 . !e3 !e6 1 O.h3 tLl bd7 1 l . f4 d5 1 2 .e5
1 8 .!c5 1::1 f6 [ 1 8 . . . Wc7 1 9 . tLl e4 tLl e4 20. !f8 tLl h5't Amirov-Obukhov, corr 1 98 1/84.
!f8 2 1 .!e4 !e6oo Domuls] 1 9 .1::1 e l [ 1 9 .We2 7.f4
V!1c7 20.!d4 1::1[5 2 1 . g4 1::1 g 5+ Domuls) 1::1[5 ! A) 7 . . . d5 8 .e5 lLl g4 9 .Wf3 !b4 1 0.h3 tLl h6
20.!d6 Wd6 2 1 . !e4 Wc7 22 . tLl dS Wc5 I I .!e3 !c3 1 2 .bc lLl f5 1 3 . !f2 h5 1 4.g3 c5
23.!f5 !f5 24. tLl e3°o Osnos, Kalinichenko; 1 5 . !g2� Makarychev, Grozdensky;
B2222) 1 O.!c4 !e6 I l .d5 !f5 1 2 .e6 ct;>g8 B) 7 . . . We8 8 . e5 de 9 . fe !b4
1 3 .!e2 [X!f5 ] (Forintos, Haag) tLl f6 1 4.g4 B l ) 1 0 . !d3 tLl d5 I I .Wd2 1::1 f8 1 2 .Wh6 ct;>g8
!e6 1 5 .de We6 1 6 .g5±. 1 3 . !d2 lLl c3 1 4.bc !a5 1 5 .h4 lLl c6 1 6 .h5
6...c6 7 .!c4 [ 7 . !d3 ! ?] d5 8 .ed cd 9 . tLl d5 tLl e5 ! + Lazarev-Grozdensky, corr 1 98 1/
!e6 1 0 . tLl e3 !c4 1 1 . tLl c4 tLl c6 [ 1 1 . . . Wd5 84;
1 2 .tLle3 Wd7°o Forintos, Haag] 1 2 .c3 b5 B2) 1 0 .a3 !c3 I l .bc tLl c 6 1 2 . !e 2 tLl e5 1 3 .de
1 3 .tLle3 a6 1 4 . a4 b4 1 5 .0-0 !d6 1 6 . tLl c4 We5 1 4 . 0 - 0 !f5 1 5 . !f4 Wc3 1 6 . !d3�
rtJg7 1 7.f4 1::1 c 8 1 8 . tLl e5oo Shulman-Ungurs, Vitolinsh-Kveinis, Yurmala 198 1 .
Riga 1986. 7.!d3 ! ? c5°o.
6 ... !e 7
A ) 7.V!1f3 ? ! ct;>g7 8 . !f4 lLl c6 9 .We3 1::1 e 8 1 0.f3 56 7 ... !e7 8 . !e3 !e6 9 .Wd2 h6 [09 . . .
d5 I l .e5 g5 ! 1 2 .!g3 [ 1 2 . !g5 tLl g4+] tLl h5 1::1 e8 Osnos, Kalinichenko] 1 0.f3 tLl bd7
1 3 .!f2 g4+ Strukov-Rodin, corr 1985/86; 1 1 . 0 -0-0 c6 1 2 .g4 a6 ? ! [0 1 2 . . . b5 ] 1 3 .h4
B) 7.!c4 ct;>g7+; b5 1 4 .d5 cd 1 5 .ed b4 1 6 . de bc 1 7 .Wc3 1::1 c 8
C) 7.!h6 1 8 .Wd2 lLl e5 1 9 .95 tLl h5 20.f4± Shulman­
Cl) 7 . . . 1::1 e 8 8 .!c4 !e6 9 . !e 6\tle6 1 0 .Wf3 � Smulders, Riga 1986 .
Rodin; 7 ... d5 8.e5 tLl e4 9 . tLl e4 de 1 0 . 0 - 0 tLl c 6
C2) 7 . . . tLl g4 8 .!c4 \tle8 9 . !d2± Rodin ; I I .!e3 h 5 [ 1 1 . . .!e7 1 2 .Wd2 1::1 e 8 ] 1 2 . f3 ef
C3) 7 . . . d 5 8 . lLl d5 ! [8 .e5 tLl g4 9 .Wf3 !f5 1 3.1::1 f3 !e6 ? ! [0 1 3 . . . !g4 1 4.1::1 f4�/� ] 1 4 .c4
1 O.!d2 c5°o Rodin] tLl d5 [ 8 . . . tLl e4 9 .Wf3 ] !g4 1 5 . 1::1 f4 !e2 1 6 . W e2 \tlh7 1 7 . d 5 ±
9.!c4 c6 l O .ed cd I I .Wf3 � Osnos, Kalini­ Vitolinsh-Meiers, Latvia 1989.
chenko.
6...!e6 7 .!d3 !g7 57 8.!f3?! c5 9 . ! e3 tLl c6+ Bessonov­
A) 8.h3 1::1 e 8 9 . !e3 ct;>g 8 1 0 .Wd2 tLl bd7 Grozdensky, corr 198 1/84.
1 1 .0-0-0 c5 ! 1 2 .d5 !f7+± �a6, b5 Badenes­
Morgado, corr 1985 . 58 12.a4�.
B) 08.0-0 1::1 e 8 - 5 3 .
59 6.!c4 ? ! d5 !
5 5 7.!c4? ! ! e 7 8 . !g5 [ 8 . f3 c 5 9 . d5 A) 7 .ed !d6+ ;
tLl bd7 1 0.!e3 tLl e5 1 1 .!e2 b5+ Shetinin­ B) 7 . !b3 !e6 8 .e5 tLl e8 �g6,tLl g7+.
Smirnov, corr 1982/83] c6 9 .Wd2 h6 1 0.!f6 6.!d3 ? ! 1::1 e 8 7 . 0-0 [ 7 . e5 ? de 8 .de !b4+-]
!f6 1 1 .0-0 1::1 e 8+ Poletov-Kapustin, corr ct;>g8+ Osnos, Kalinichenko .
1981/84.
7.!g5 ? ! !e7 [7 . . . h6 ! ? Pachman] 8 .Wd2 h6 60 6 . . !e6 ? ! 7 . f4 1::1 e 8
.

[8 . . . 1::1e 8 ? ! 9 . 0-0-0 !e6 1 0. f4 c6 1 1 .!d3 A ) 8 .Wf3 \tlg8 9.!d 3 tLlc6 I 0.!e 3 tLl b4 1 l .f5

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�f7 1 2 . g4 c S 1 3 . 0 - 0 - 0 00 Gerasimov­ [ 1 2 .f4± Domuls] ttJ fd7 [ 1 2 . . . ttJ hS 1 3 . f4 g6
Kaliberdin, corr 1981/84; 1 4 .fS ---+ ] 1 3 .f4 �gS 1 4.h4 ttJ fS I S .fS ttJ bd7
B) S . fS �d7 9 .�c4 �fS 1 0. 0-0± Drovalev­ 1 6 .'lWg4 c6 1 7 .�e3 bS I S . h S ---+ Forster­
Kaliberdin, corr. 198 1/84. Bierenbroodspot, Dieren 1989.
6 ... Ei:e8 7 .�c4
A) 7 . . . dS ? ! S . ttJ dS �e6 9 . ttJ f6 �f6 l O.�e6 61 7 .� d3 ! ? Ei:eS [7 .. J :l:fS ! ?] S . O-O �gS
Ei:e6 I l .eS± (Fedorov-Salnikov, Leningrad 9.eS de 1 0.de ttJ g4 I I .�f4 �gS [ 1 1 . . .�e6
1977) 'lWdS [ 1 l . . .cS 1 2.0-0 �e7 1 3 .'lWB �gS 1 2.h3 ttJ h6 1 3 .�h6 gh 1 4.'lWhS ---+ J 1 2 .�g3
1 4.'lWb3 'lWb6 I S .c3 cd 1 6 .cd± Zemenkov­ �h4 1 3 .�c4 �hS 1 4.e6
Chernov, corr 198 1/84 ] 1 2 . 0 - 0 �e7 A) 1 4 . . . �g3 I S . fg 'lWd l 1 6 . Ei: ad l ttJ f6
1 3 .'lWd3 Ei:g6 1 4.g3 ttJ c 6 I S .�e3 Ei:dS 1 6 .c3 1 7 . ttJ e4 ! �e6 l S . ttJ f6 gf 1 9 .Ei:fe i +- Isaev­
(Osnos, Kalinichenko) 'lWB 1 7 .'lWd l ! ?± Dive, Moscow 01 1994 ;
ll ttJ eS I S .'lWb3 ; B) o I 4 . . . 'lWd l I S .Ei:ad l �e7°o.
B) 7 . . . �e6 S .�e6 [S .dS �cS 9 . eS de 1 0. d6
�e6= Forintos, Haag] �e6 62 7 ... �f8? S .'lWf3 ttJ bd7 9 . g4 h6 1 0 .h4
B 1 ) 9 .'lWB �f7 [9 . . . ttJ bd7 1 0 .g4; 9 . . . �d7 ? ? ttJ b 6 1 1 . � b3 � e S 1 2 . g S hg 1 3 . h g 1 - 0
1 O.'lWfS+-J I 0.�e3 [lleSJ ttJ c6 1 1 .0-0-0 Petzsch-Briks, corr 1987.
'lWcS 1 2 .h3 <;t>gS 1 3 . g4---+ Osnos; 7 . .�e6 S .�e6 <;t>e6
.

B2) 9 . g4 ! ? �f7 1 0 .gS ttJ fd7 I l . f4 ttJ fS l 2 .fS A) 9 . f4


cS 1 3 .0-0 �gS 1 4 .'lWhS± Poleschuk-Pesh­ A I ) 9 . . . Ei:fS l O.O-O �f7 I l . eS ttJ dS 1 2 . LtJ dS
kov, corr. 198 1/84; cd 1 3 .fS� Bekkel-Richter, corr 1981;
A) 7 . . . <;t>fS A2) 9 . . . � d7 l O .eS ttJeS 1 1 . 'lW g4 �c7°o
C 1 ) S .'lWB ! ? [ ll S . . . �g4 9 .'lWf4 Osnos] ttJ c 6 Lazarev-Primakov, corr. 1981/84;
9 .�e3 ttJ aS 1 0.�d3 �gS I l .eS ---+ Domuls; B) 9 .'lWB 'lWaS [9 . . . ttJ bd7 l O.'lWfS � f7 I l . eS
C2) S .O-O de 1 2 .de ttJ eS 1 3 .'lWeS �d6� Forintos, Haag]
C21) S . . . c6 9 .'lWB bS l O .�b3 'lWc7 I I .�f4 1 0 . g4± ( Osnos, Kalinichenko)h6 I I . h4
b4 1 2 . ttJ a4 �g4 1 3 .'lWg3± Polyakov-Do­ 11 1 2.gS .
muls, USSR 1982;
C22) S . . . ttJ c6 ! ? 63 9 . . ttJ d5? 1 O . 'lW h S g 6 1 1 .�dS � e S
.

C22 1 ) 9 . f4 ? ! �g4 I 0.'lWd3 ttJ b4 I 1 .'lWg3 dS ! =t 1 2.'lWB Ei:fS 1 3 .'lWb3± Osnos, Kalinichenko.
Sobrekases-Scholz, C a p d ' Adge 1985;
C222) 9.B dS ! ? [9 . . . ttJ aS 1 0.�d3 �gS�] 64 1 2.c3 Ei:eS 1 3 .0-0 <;t>gS
11 1 0 . ttJ dS ttJ dS 1 1 .�dS ttJ d4 1 2 .'lWd4 c6 A) 1 4. ttJ eS ttJ eS I S . de 'lWd l 1 6 .Ei:d l ttJ e4+;
1 3 .�h6 �f6 1 4 .'lWcS 'lWe7 ; A) 1 4.'lWb3 'lWdS ! +;
C223) 9 .�e3 ttJ aS l O.�d3 �gSoo Osnos, C) 1 4.�f4=/+.
Kalinichenko;
C23) S . . . �g4 65 6 .�c4 ? ! dS 7 .ed �d6 S . O-O
C23 1 ) 9.'lWd3 ttJ c6 l O.a3 [ l O . f4 ttJ b4 I I .'lWg3 A ) S .O-O cd 9 .'lWd4 Ei:eS l O. ttJ c 3 �fS 1 1 .�f4
dS ! =t Polyakov-Domuls, Daugavpils 1982] a6 1 2 . Ei:ae l � g S 1 3 . Ei:e8 ttJ e S 1 4 .Ei:e I bS
�hS 1 1 .f4 �g6 1 2 .dSoo/= Osnos, Kalini­ I S .�b 3 ttJ dH Mestrovic-Howell, Cannes
chenko; 1995;
C232) 9 . B �hS 1 0. g4 �f7 1 1 .�f7 <;t>f7 1 2 .gS B) S . . . Ei:eS 9.dc �cS 1 0. ttJ c3 ? ! [o I O.�gS

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Osnos, Kalinichenko] ig4 1 1 .iWd3 ct:l bd7 Grodzensky;
1 2 .1f4 ct:l eS 1 3 .ieS E1 e S 1 4 . E1 ae 1 iW e 8 B) 1 0 . . . ct:l e4 l 1 .ie3 ct:l a6 1 2 . ct:l d2 ct:l d2
I S .�d2 E1c8 1 6 . ct:l bS W g 8 1 7 .d6 cf? h 8 + 1 3 .iWd2 E1d8 1 4.0-0-0 ics l s .id4 �f8+
Yandemirov-Plisetsky, USSR 1 983. Savko-Bauer, European jch 1993.
6 ...iWa5 7 . ct:l c3 iWcs 8 .ie3
66 6 ... 1e6? ! 7 .eS ct:l fd7 8 . iWf3 W g 8 A) 8 . . . iWb4 ? ! 9 . a3 [9 .iWd2 ie6 1 0.id3 ie7
9.�b7±. 1 1 .a3 iWaS� Savko-Rochko, Riga 1989]
6...�e8 7.ct:lc3 L'l iWb2 1 0.id4+- Forintos, Haag;
A) 7 ... dS ? ! 8 .igS B) 8 . . . iWaS 9 .ic4 ie6 1 0.ie6 We6
A I ) 8 . . . de? 9 .if6 ! gf (9 . . . cf?f6? 1 O. ct:l d S Wg6 B1) l 1 .iWe2 ie7 1 2.g4 E1c8 1 3 . 0-0 E1c3
1 1 . ct:l c 7+-) 1 0 . iW hS W e 7 l 1 . ct:l dS W d 8 1 4 . bc ct:l c 6 I S .gSt Zelinsky-Volchok, corr
1 2.�e8 We8 1 3 . ct:l c7+- Blatny; 1988;
A2) 8 . . . ct:lbd7 9 .ibS B2) 1 1 .0-0 ct:l c6 1 2.f4 �d8 1 3 . g4 [ 1 3 . a3
A21) 9 . . . 1 c S ? 1 0 . if6 gf 1 1 . iWdS iWe6 L'lg4 Matsukevich; 1 3 .iWd 3 Forintos, Haag]
1 2 .�hS Wg7 1 3 .id7+- Vitiolinsh-Viksni, dS
Riga 1985; B21) 1 4.fS ? ! Wf7 I S .gS icS ! 1 6.gf ie3
A22) 9 . . . de 1 0.1f6 L'lct:l dS -c7+- Blatny; 1 7 . W h l d4 1 8 .fg E1hg 8+1t Novozhilov­
A23) 9 . . . �e6 1 0 .0-0 Raetsky, corr 1981/84;
A231) 1O ... icS ? ! I l .ed iWfS 1 2 .iWd2 ct:l eS B22) 1 4.gS
1 3 .�ae 1 a6 [ 1 3 . . . �d8 1 4.1f6 iWf6 I S . ct:l e4+­ B221) 14 . . . ct:l e4 I S .iWg4 Wd6 1 6 . ct:l dS iWdS
Blatny] 1 4.1e2 �d8 l S . cf?h 1 ib4 [ l S . . . if2? 1 7 . �ad l ± Makarychev, Grodzensky;
1 6 .�f2 �f2 1 7 .ihS+- lS . . . W g 8 1 6 . f4--7 B222) 1 4 . . . de I S . iW e2 ct:l dS 1 6 . fS W e 7
Blatny] 1 6 .f4--7 Savko-Meijers, Latvia ch [ 1 6 . . . Wf7 ! ?] 1 7 . ct:l e4± Makarychev, Grod­
1994; zensky ;
A232) 1 0 . . . ct:l e4 I I . ct:l dS --7 [ I I . ct:l e4 iW e4 C) 8 . . .iWc7 ! ? 9.ie2 [9 .id3 ! ?] fie7 1 0. 0-0
1 2.1d3 iWeSoo] L'l ct:l gS 1 2 . ct:l c 7 ; [ 1 O . g4 ! ?oo] �e8 1 1 . ct:l bS iWc6 1 2 . ct:l a7 iWe4
A233) 1 0 . . . d e 1 1 .iWe2� Blatny. 1 3 .it3 iWfS 1 4 .fid4 ct:l bd7 I S . ct:l c8 E1ac8
B) 7 . . . dc 8 .igS ! ? Blatny. 1 6 .ib7 �c2 l 7 . a4 ct:l cS 1 8 .ics dc 1 9 . aS
6... d5 7.eS iWe8 8.f4 ig4 [8 . . . ics 9.ie2 c4+ Bezgodov-Vasiliev, Ufa 1993.
i2l fd7 1 0 .iWdS iWe6 1 1 .iWe4 ct:l b6 1 2 . fS --7
Osnos, Kalinichenko] 9 .ie2 ie2 l O.iWe2 67 7 ... d5? ! 8 .idS ie6 9.ie 6 We6 1 O.iWe2
A) 1 0 . . . 1cs 1 1 .ef iWc6 1 2 .cf?d l g6 iWaS I I . ct:l c 3 icS 1 2 .0-0 r I 2 .iWc4 ! ? Osnos,
AI) 1 3 .g4? iWf6 1 4.fS ct:l c6 I S .c3 �he8 Kalinichenko] Wf7 1 3 .iWc4 Wg6 1 4. ct:l dS
1 6.�g2 Wg7 1 7 .E1f1 d4 1 8 .c4 �ad8 1 9 .9S [ L'l ct:l f4] id6 [0 1 4 . . . h6 Karpov] I S .if4±
�f7 20 . ct:l d2 d3+ Vitolinsh-Khalifman, Vitolinsh-Raetsky, Naberezhnie Chelni
Borzhomi 1984; 1988.
A2) 1 3 .fS ct:l d7 [ 1 3 . . . �e8 ! ?�] 1 4 .iWe6 iWe6 7 .. . We8 ? ! 8 . ct:l c 3 dc 9 . ct:l dS --7 Osnos, Kalini­
I S .fe We6 1 6 .�e I Wf6 1 7 . ct:l c 3 ct:l b6 1 8 .ie3 chenko.
(:1; Matsukevich) ie3 1 9 .E1e3 E1he 8 = ;
A3) 1 3 . ct:l c3 ct:l d7 1 4.iWt3 �ad8 [ 1 4 . . . ct:l f6 68 9.cd?! fid6 1 0 . 0-0 (Wach -Vanka,
I S .fS ] I S . � e l ct:l f6 [ I S . . . E1he8 1 6 . � e 8 ± ] Praga 1989) Wf7+.
1 6 .fS ct:le4 1 7 .fg Wg6 1 8 .�f1 ± Makarychev, 9.ct:lc3 dc 1 0.iWe2 ct:l d4 I I .iWc4 Wd7 1 2 .0-0

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�eS+ Osnos, Kalinichenko. 1 3 .�g3 CLl g 3 1/2-1/2 V.Spasov-Popchev, Nik­
shic 199 1 ;
69 9 ... dc? ! I O .�e2 4'l d4 1 1 .�e4 �d7 B) 6.�e2 �e7 [6 . . . d S 7 . CLl eS �d6 Forintos,
1 2 .e3±. Haag] 7 . 0-0 0-0 S . CLl bd2 CLl e6 9 . CLl f3 �g4
I O. CLl e3 �e6 I l . d4 dS 1 2 . CLl eS CLl eS 1 3 .de
70 10.4'lc3 ! ? CLl e4 1 4 . f3 CLl e S I S .f4 fS = Udovcic-Bertok,
A ) I O . . . de? I I .�e2 �f7 1 2 .�gS h6 1 3 J::;: ad l Yugoslavia 1952;
�eS 1 4 .�f6 gf I S . 4'l e4 ElgS 1 6.�e4 �g7 C) 6. d4
1 7 . 4'l f6 ! +- Savko-Enin, Riga 1989. C l ) 6 . . . �e7 7 .�d3 0-0 [7 . . . �g4 ! ? Forintos ,
B) 1 O . . . d4 Bl) I I . 4'l dS 4'l dS 1 2.ed �dS Haag] S . O-O ctJ e6 9.e3 EleS I O .�gS dS=
1 3 .El e l �f7+ Forintos, Haag; l l .�e2 ! de Padevsky-Kolarov, Sofia 1955;
1 2 .�e4oo (Forintos, Haag) �e7 1 3 . eS 4'l eS C2) 6 . . . �fS 7 .�d 3 �d3 S .�d3 e6 9 .0-0 �e7
1 4.Ele I -+/� . I O.�gS :t Capello-Toth, Italy 1978;
C3) 6 . . . dS 7 . CLl e3 eS ! [7 . . . �d6 S . CLl e3 e6
7 1 12.�f5? � e S 1 3 . 4'l c3 4'l d4 1 4 .�h3 9 .�d3 0-0 1 0.0-0 EleS= Almgren-Levin,
�d7 A) I S .�d7 � d7 1 6 . CLl e4 CLl e2 ! I 7 .Elb l Hollywood 1 955] S .�bS CLle6 9 . 0-0 �e6
[ 1 7 . e6 �e6] de I S .Eld l �e6 1 9 .b4 �e7-+ I O.b3 �e7 I I . � a 3 cd 1 2 . � e 6 [ 1 2 . �e7
llElhdS Osnos, Kalinichenko; �e7 ! + ] be 1 3 .�e7 �e7 1 4.�d4 0-0 I S .CLl d2
B) I S .e6 �e6 1 6 .�d3 CLl e3 1 7 .be CLl e2 as + Tseshkovsky-Vladimirov, Moscow
I S . � h l CLl e I 1 9 . Elac l � f7 20.Elce l �e6 1 986.
2 1 .�f5 �gS+ Vitolinsh-Dautov, Minsk
1 988. 76 5 ... d5? !
1 2 . CLl c3! CLl e 3 [ 1 2 . . . CLl e S ? 1 3 . � h5 CLl g 6 A) 6 . CLl e4 d e 7 . d4 e d S .�d3 �d3 9 .�d3:t
1 4. CLl e4 de I S .�e3 -+ M4] 1 3 .�fS �eS I 4 .be O ' Kelly-Pomar, Gijon 195 1 ;
g6 [ 1 4 . . . �eS ? I S .e6 !±] I S .�h3 �eS 1 6.�h6� B) 6 .�e2.5 ... CLl f6 6. d4
Dautov. A) 6 . . . �e7
AI) 7 .�e2 0-0 S .dS [ S .O-O] CLl bd7 9 .�f4
72 8.e5 ? ! CLl e4 9.ed �aS . CLl e S = Suetin-Malich, Berlin 1968;
A2) 7 .�d3 CLl e6 [7 . . . �g4 ! ?= Forintos, Haag]
73 9 ... d5 I O.fS �eS I I . � h l �eS 1 2 .ed:t S.dS CLl b4 9 .�e2:t Matanovic-Udovcic,
Osnos, Kalinichenko. Yugoslavia (ch) 195 1 ;
A3) 7.h3 0 - 0 S .�d3 dS 9 . CLl eS eS I O .de
74 12.�hl �d l 1 3 .Eld l CLl g4 1 4. CLl e4 �eS 1 1 . 0 - 0 CLle6 1 2 . CLl e6 [ 1 2 .�f4 ! ?] be
A) 1 4 . . . CLl d4 ? I S .Eld4 ! cd 1 6. CLl gS± Vito­ 1 3 .�gS h6 1 4 .�h4 �d6 I S .�f3:t Ricardi­
Iinsh-Kveinys, Kuldiga 1 987 ; R.Garcia, Buenos Aires 1 993;
B) 1 4 . . . �e7 I S .h3 CLl h6 B) 6 . . . dS 7 . CLl eS
B l ) 1 6 . g4 CLl d4+; Bl) 7 . . . �fS S.g4 �e6 9.f4 CLl fd7 I O . CLl d3
B2) 1 6 .e3�/+. �h4 I l . CLl f2 g6 1 2 .�f3 CLl e6 1 3 .�e3 CLl b6
1 4 . 0-0-0 hS I S .h3 0-0-000 Siklosi-Mathe,
7 5 5.d3 CLl f6 Kecskemet 1 99 1 ;
A) 6 .�f4 �e7 7.d4 0-0 S . �d3 CLl e6 9 . e 3 B2) 7 . . . �d6 S .�gS e6 1l�b6 Forintos,
� g4 1 O.�e2 �h S I 1 . CLl e3 � g 6 1 2 .0-0 CLl hS Haag;

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B3) 7 . . . fie7 8 .fid 3 ti'l bd7 9 . 0-0 0-0 1 0J�e l lavia (ch) 1 95 1 ;
c5 1 1 . ti'l f3 c4 1 2 .fifl fib4 1 3 .fid2 fic3 A2) 8 . . . ti'l d7 9.0-0
1 4 .fic3 ti'l e4 1 5 .fib4 El: e 8 1 6 . ti'l d2 ti'l df6 A21) 9 . . . ti'l f6 1 0.El:b l b6 [ 1 0 . . . c6 Forintos,
1 7 .ctJe4 El:e4 1 8 .f3 El:e I 1 9 .iWe l fif5 = Thip­ Haag] 1 1 . ti'l e3
say-Handoko, Manila (01) 1992. A 2 l l ) I 1 . . .iWd7 ? ! 1 2 . ti'l f5 fid8 1 3 .fih6 ! ±
(Fedoseev-Udalov, corr 1 985/86) I1 g h
77 6.dc 1 4.iWf3 ;
A) 6 . . . fie7 A212) 1 1 . . . d5:t;
AI) 7 . f4 ctJ d7 8 .iWf3 ti'l f6 9 . ti'l e3 c6 l O.fid3 A22) 9 . . . ti'l b6 1 0 . ti'l e 3 d5 1 1 .El:b l El:e8 1 2 . f4
d5 I l .fid2 0-0 1 2 . 0-0-0 fic5 1 3 .h3 El:e8 c5 1 3 .iWh5 g6 1 4 .iWf3 c4 1 5 .fie2 f5 =
1 4.ctJg4 ti'l e4 1 5 .fie3°o Langier-Casafus, Fedorov-Bezgodov, Ufa 1993;
Buenos Aires 199 1 ; A3) 8 . . . El:e8 9 . 0-0
A2) 7 .fif4 ctJc6 8 .iWd2 fi e 6 9 . 0-0-0 0 - 0 A31) 9 . . .fif6 1 0.El:b l ti'l d7 1 1 .f4 ti'l f8
1 O . cj;> b 1 fif6 I I . h 3 El:e8 1 2. ti'l e 3 fie5 = Kara­ A311 ) 1 2 .iWf3 c5 ! ? (Madl-Wu Ming Qien,
klaic-Bajec, Yugoslavia (ch) 1951; Dubai (01) 1986) 1 3 .dc dc 1 4 .fie3:t;
A3) 7 .iWf3 fig5 8 .iWe4 iWe7 9 .iWe7 fie7 A312) 1 2 .fid2:t;
I O.fif4 fif5= Malaniuk-Kochiev, Tallinn A32) 9 . . . ti'l d7 I 0.f4:t Matanovic-Paoli, Bad
1 987; Pyrmont 195 1 ;
A4) 7 .fid3 ti'l c6 8 .iWhS fie6 9 . 0-0 iWd7 B) 7 . . . d 5 8 . ti'l e3 0 - 0 9 .fid3 c6 1 0.0-0 f5
1 0.ctJe3 ctJ e5 I I .f4 ti'l d 3 = Lehmann-Hooper, I I . El: e l fid6 1 2 . ti'l fl iWf6 1 3 . a4:t i1fia3
Bognor Regis 1955; Thipsay-Gabriel, London 1991;
B) 6 . . . d5 7 . ti'l e3 C) 7 .. . tiJ d7
Bl) 7 . . . c6 Cl) 8 .lid3
B11) 8.f4 fic5 9 .iWf3 0 - 0 1 0 .fid2 ti'l d7 C l l ) 8 . . . ti'l b6 9 . ti'l e3
I l .id3 ti'l f6 1 2 . 0-0-0 (Boey-Pergericht, Clll ) 9 . . . d5 1 0 .0-0 0-0 1 1 .f4 [ I I . ti'l f5 fif5
Brussels 1986) El:e8= [Xe4] ; 1 2.fif5oo] f5 1 2 .iWh5 g6 1 3 .iWf3 c6 1 4 .g4:t
B12) 8 .fid3 ti'l d7 9 . 0-0 ti'l f6 1 O. ti'l f5 fif5 Fuderer-Kostic, Ljublj ana 1951;
I I .fif5 fie7 1 2 .El:e 1 0-0 1 3 .fig5 El:e8 1 4.iWf3 C 112) 9 . . . 0-0 1 0.0-0 f5 1 1 . f4 fie6 1 2 .El:e l
ctJd7= Evans-Bisguier, New York 1959; (Puc-Milner-B arry, London 1 95 1 ) g6
B2) 7 . . . fi e6 8 . iW hS iWd6 9 .fid2 ti'l d7 (Forintos, Haag) 1 3 .c4 fif6 11 1 4 . c 3 c 5
1 0.0-0-0 0-0-0 I I .iWh4 iWb6°o Benjamin­ 1 5 .fib2oo ;
Lev, London 1987. C 1 2) 8 . . . d5 ! ? 9 . ti'l e 3 ti'l f6 1 O. ti'l f5 fif5 I l .fif5
0-0= ;
78 6 ... ctJc6 7 . d4 d5 8 . ti'l e 3 fie7 9 .fid3 fie6 C2) 8 . ti'l e3 ! ? (Polugaevsky)
I O.f4 f6 1 1 . El:b 1 ti'l a5 1 2 .0-0 iWd7 1 3 .El:b5 C21) 8 . . . g6 (Forintos, Haag) 9 . ti'l d5:t;
b6 1 4.iWhS fif7 1 5 .iWe2 c6 1 6 . El:e l ! g6? ! C22) 8 . . . ti'l b6 9 .fid3 - C l l ) .
1 7 . ctJ d5 ! cd 1 8 .El:a5± Bertok-Andric, Yu­ 6 ... g6
goslavia (ch) 195 1 . A) 7 .fie2 fig7 8 . 0-0 0-0 9 . d4 ti'l d7= 1 O. ti'l e3
6... fie7 7 .d4 ti'l b6 I l .c4? ! fie6 1 2 . c 3 f5+ Matanovic­
A) 7 . . . 0-0 8 .fid3 Alexander, London 195 1 ;
AI) 8 . . . ti'l c6 9.0-0 fif6 1 O. ti'l e3 g6 1 1 .f4 B ) 7 .h4 fig7 8 .h5 0 - 0 9 . ti'l e3 ti'l d7 l O .fic4
ctJ e7 1 2.f5± Gligoric-M.Vidmar, Yugos- 'tt> h 8 l 1 .d4 ti'l b6 1 2 .fid3 'tt> g 8 = 1 3 .iWf3 ? !

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[ 1 3 . hg] cS ! f± Bertok-Baj ec, Yugoslavia 80 8 . . . fie7 9 .fid3 0 - 0 1 0 . 0 - 0 CLl d7
(ch) 1 95 1 ; I I . CLl fS± Mikhalchishin.
q 7 .tij e3 fig7 8 . h4 hS 9 . Ei: b l CLl d7 1 0.g3 8 ... fid6 9 .fid3 0-0 1 0.0-0 'Wf6 1 l .f4 Ei:e8
CLl f6 I I .fig2 c6= Milic-Germek, Yugoslavia 1 2 . 'Wf3 :±: b6? 1 3 . CLl dS + - Qin Kanying­
1952; Puljek, Moscow 01 1994.
D) 7 . d4 fig7
01) 8 .fid3 0-0 9 . 0-0 81 12. fif5 0-0 1 3 .'Wf3
0 1 1) 9 . . . CLl d 7 1 0 . fid2 [ 1 0 . CLl e3 CLl b 6 = A) 1 3 . . . Ei:e8 1 4.Ei:e l g6 I S .fid3 'Wd7 1 6 .h3
Hooper] CLl b6 1 1 . CLl aS ! ? cS 1 2.dc d c 1 3 .fie4 CLl hS 1 7 .fid2 CLl g7
CLl dS 1 4 .'Wf3 CLl f6 I S .figS:±:/t Vancini-Lang­ AI) 1 8 .Ei:e2 ? ! fia3 ! 1 9 .Ei:ae l bS ! + S.Velic­
rotteria, Lugano 1989; kovic-Mikhalchishin, Yugoslavia 1992;
012) 9 . . . CLl c6 1 0.Ei:b l Ei:b8 1 l .f4 fS 1 2 .'Wf3 A2) 1 8 . c4 CLl e6 1 9 .c3 dc 20.fic4 fif8 = ;
CLl e7 = Milic-Germek, Yugoslavia 1952; B ) 1 3 . . . CLl e8 ! ? 1 4. Ei: e 1 CLl d6 I S .fid3 figS=
02) 8 .h4 (00 Mikhalchishin).
021 ) 8 . . . 0-0 9 .figS 'We8
02 1 1) 1 0 . CLl e 3 cS 1 1 .hS CLl c600 1 2 .hg fg 82 5 ...d5 6.d3 fie 6 7 .de d c 8 . f4:±:.
1 3 .fic4 fie6 1 4.dS fif7+ Fuderer-Mata­
novic, Yugoslavia (ch) 195 1 ; 83 6.b3 ? ! CLl c6
0212) 1 0.fie2 A) 6 . . . dS 7 . CLl e3 c6 8 .fib2 fie6 9.g3 CLl d7
02121) 1 0 . . . 'Wc6 ? ! 1 1 . 0-0 fie6 [ l l . . .bS ? 1 0 .fig2 0-0-0 I l .d3 CLl ef6 1 2 . CLl d2 Ei:e8
1 2.CLle3 'Wc3 ? ! 1 3 . CLl dS± Fedoseev-Strukov, 1 3 .h3 'Wd6 1 4 . d4 hS I S . O -O-O 'Wc7°o
corr 1985/86] 1 2 .'Wd3t ; Vasiukov-Kholmov, Voskresensk 1990;
02122) 1 O . . . CLl d7 1 1 .0-0 B) 7 . fib2 dS 8 . CLl e3 fie6 9 . g 3 [ 9 . d 3 ! ?]
021 22 1 ) 1 1 . . . CLl f6 1 2 .fif3 CLl e4? [0 1 2 . . . 'Wa4 0-0-0 1 0 .fig2 'Wd7 1 1 . CLl c 3 fS + Eolian­
Forintos, Haag] 1 3 .Ei:e l dS 1 4. CLl e3 CLl c 3 Kharitonov, USSR 1978.
I S . 'Wd3 'W c6 1 6 . fi e7 Ei: e 8 1 7 .fics CLl e4 6.CLl e3
1 8 . CLl dS± Fedoseev-Lopatsky, corr 1985/ A) 6 . . . CLl f6
86; AI) 7.d4 CLl c6 8.c3 g6 9.g3 fig7 1 0 .fig2
021222) 1 1 . . . CLl b6 1 2 . CLl e300; 0-0 I l .h3 Ei:e8 1 2 .0-0 'Wd8 1 3 .'Wd3 CLl e7=
022) 8 . . . dS 9 . CLl e3 0-0= 1 0 .'Wf3 ? ! c S ! L". CLl fS Mnatsakanian-Butnorius, USSR
1 1 .CLl d S Ei:e8+ Fedoseev-Hrapin, corr 1985/ 1979;
86. A2) 7 . g3 fid7 [7 . . . CLl c6=; 7 . . . g6=] 8 .fig2 fic6
9 . f3 g6 1 0. CLl c3
A 2 1 ) I O . . . fig7 ? ! I l . d4 0-0 1 2 .dS fid7 1 3 .0-
79 7 ... d4? 8.cd 'Wd4 9.c3 'Wd8 1 0 . d4± O CLl hS 1 4 .fid2 fS I S . f4 Ei:e8 1 6 .Ei:ae l CLl a6?!
Mikhalchishin.7 ... g6? ! 8 . d4 fig7 9 .fia3 fif8 [ 1 6 ... aS :±:] 1 7 . b4 ! ± Planinc-Jones, Nice (01)
I O.fif8 @f8 I l .fid 3 @g7 1 2.0-0 fie6 1 3 .Ei:b I 1974 - 1 8/249;
CLl d7 1 4.f4 fS I S . g4 ! fg 1 6. fS± Thipsay­ A22) 1 0 . . . CLl bd7 1 1 .d4 CLl b6= Minic;
Howell, British ch 1 99 1 . A3) 7 .b3 ! ? fie6 [7 . . . CLl bd7 8 . g 3 g6 9 .fib2
7 ... fie6 8 . Ei: b l ! b6 9 . d4 fi d 6 I O .'Wf3 c 6 fig7 1 0 .fig2 0-0 I I .
I I .c4:±: Rossolimo-Alexander, Birmingham 0-0 Ei:e8 1 2 . CLl a3 CLl cS 1 3 .Ei:ae l c6 1 4.Wd J
195 1 . 'Wf8 I S . CLl ac4:±: Guyot-Lucas, France 1989]

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8 .g3 c6 9.Jtg2 g6 1 O.Jtb2 Jtg7 l 1 .c4 0-0 B) 9 . 0-0 h6 1 0.Jth4
1 2 .d4 Ei:e8 1 3 . 0-0 'IWd7 1 4 . ctJ c 3 ctJ a6 1 S .'lWf3 B l ) 1 0 . . . dS 1 1 . ctJ e3 g6 1 2 .if3 (Ljubojevic­
CiJ c7 1 6.ctJe2 dS= Palkovi-Pandavos, Nalec­ Toth, Albufieri 1978) c6 1 3 .E1e 1 ± ;
sev 1988; B2) 1 O . . . ie7 ! ? l 1 .JtO dS 1 2. ctJ e 3 ctJ b 6 ilie6
B) 6 . . . Jte6 7 . g3 c6 8 .c4 g6 9 .Jtg2 fS 1 0. ctJ c 3 Forintos, Haag.
CiJ c3 1 1 .bc Jtg7 1 2 .Ei:b1 0 - 0 1 3 . 0-0 'lWc7
1 4 .d4 CiJ d7 l S . ctJ dS ! ± Paneque-G.Hernan­ 86 9 ... a6 1 0 . 0 - 0 - 0 ctJ c 6 l 1 .d4 id7
des, Pinar del Rio zt 1990; 1 2 . Ei:he 1 0-0-0 (Dreev-Malaniuk, USSR
C) 6 . . . c6 1989) 1 3 .dS± Forintos, Haag.
Cl) 7.d3 ctJ f6 8 . ctJ d2 dS 9 . ctJ f3 g6 1 0.id2 9 ... ctJ c6
ig7 1 1 .0-0-0 0-0 1 2 .E1e1 'lWd6= Pilnik­ A) 1 0.0-0-0 ie6 I I .f4 h6 1 2 .ih4 0-0-0
Bogoljubov, Zuerich 195 1 ; 1 3 . ctJ e3 ctJ d4= Lujbojevic-Christiansen,
C2) 7 . c4 g6 8 .d3 ctJ gS 9 . id2 i g 7 1 0.ic3 Linares 1981;
ic3 1 1 . ctJ c3 ctJ e6 1 2 . ctJ c2 cS 1 3 . ctJ dS 'lWd8 B) 1 0 . ctJ bS Wd8
1 4.h4 hS l S .0-0-0 ctJ c6 1 6.d4 0-000 Ca­ Bl) 1 1 . 0 - 0 - 0 a6 1 2 . ctJ c3 ctJ d4= Haag­
brilo-Marjanovic, Pancevo 1987. Kolarov, Kecskemet 1962;
B2) 1 1 . ctJ e3 Jte6 1 2 . c 3 a6 1 3 . ctJ a3 ctJ dS
84 7... ctJbd7 8 . ctJ c 3 dS [8 . . . 'lWe2 -8S] 9 . ctJ e3 1 4.ie7 ctJ ce7 l S . ctJ ac2 Wd7 1 6 . ctJ dS ctJ dS
[9.CiJbSoo] c6 1 0.0-0-0 h6 l 1 .ih4 gS 1 2.ig3 1 7 . g3 Ei:ae8 1 8 . Wd2 ctJ f6= Carlier-Hartoch,
CiJ cS 1 3 .d4 ctJ ce4 1 4. ctJ e4 ctJ e4 l S .0 ctJ g3 Wijk aan Zee II 1987.
1 6.hg id7 1 7 . g4 112 : 112 Torre-Ye Rong­
guang, Bacolod 199 1 . 87 l1 .ih4 ctJc6 1 2. d4 0-0-0= Forintos,
7 ... ie6!? 8 . ctJ c3 Haag. ll.Jtf6 Jtf6 1 2.if3 ctJ c 6 1 3 .Ei:he l �d8
A) 8 . . . h6 9.if6 'IWf6 1 O. ctJ d S 'lWd8 I l . g 3 ctJ c 6 1 4 . idS E1 f8 l S . ctJ e4 ie7 1 6 . c 3 i e 6 ! =
1 2.c3 [ 1 2 .ih3 Wd7 1 3 .Jtg2 i d S 1 4 .JtdS Vitolinsh-Kochiev, USSR ch 11 1979 -28/
CiJd4 l S .'lWd2 'lWgSoo Forintos, Haag] 'lWd7 252.
1 3 .ig2 [ l 3 . ctJ f4 dS 1 4. ctJ e5 ctJ eS l S .'lWeS
�d6= Forintos, Haag] 0-0-0= Pritchett­ 88 6.'lWe2?! ctJ c6 7 .c3 Jte7 8 . if4 0-0
Forintos, Berlin 1991; 9 . ctJ e 3 ctJ d4 ! 1 0.cd ib4 l 1 .�d l 'lWf6 1 2.ieS ?
B ) 8 ... ctJc6 9 .0-0-0 h6 1 O.if6 'IWf6 1 1 . ctJ dS [o 1 2 .ig 3 'IWd4 1 3 .<;t>c l � Toth] ctJ f2 1 3 .�c l
�gS 1 2. ctJ ce3 (Lj ubojevic-Hort, Bugojno 'lWc6 1 4 . ctJ c 2 ctJ h I I S .'lWf3 E1e8 1 6. Jtd 3 Jtg4 !
1980) idS 1 3 . h4=. 1 7 .'lWg4 E1eS 1 8 .de 'lWh6 0-1 Cehl-Marshall,
New Orleans 1913.
85 8... ctJ bd7
A) 9 . ctJ c 3 89 6 ...ib4? ! 7 .c3 JtaS 8 .Jtd3 0-0 9 . 0-0
Al) 9 . . . dS l O. ctJ b S ! ? Wd8 1 1 . ctJ e3 c6 1 2. ctJ d4 ie6
g6 1 3 . 0-0-0 @ c7 1 4 .c4 dc l S .dc ctJ e4 A) 1 O.'lWhS fS I l . ctJ d 2 c6 1 2 . f3 ctJ d6 1 3 . ctJ b3
1 6 .if4 id6 l 7 . ctJ bS ! ± Seret-Miralles, ib6 1 4. ctJ cSoo Gruenenwald-Schlehoefer,
France ch 199 1 ; Bundesliga 1988;
A2) 9 . . . c 6 1 0.if4 d S 1 1 . ctJ d6 id6 1 2 .id6± A) 1 O. ctJ d2± Forintos, Haag.
Armas-Sariego, Cuba 1 98 5 ; 6 ... c5? !
A3) 9 . . . h6 ! ? Forintos, Haag; A ) 7 . dc ? !

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A I ) 7 . . . flc5 = B 4 1 1) 1 3 . d5 (Makropoulos-Skembris,
A2) 7 . . . d4 ! ? 8 .flb5 ctJ c6 9 .�f3 ? ! ctJ c5 1 O.flc6 Athens 1994 -59/(339» ctJ d7 ! ?+ Skembris;
bc I l .ctJ f5 flf5 1 2.�f5 �e7 1 3 .� d l ctJ e6+ B412) 1 3 .0�O cd+ Skembris;
Grigorov-Mijailovic, Belgrade 1990; B413) 1 3 . dc flc5 1 4.0�O ctJ c6+ Skembris;
B) 7 .flb5 ctJ c6 8 . 0�O fle7 9 . c4 ! dc 1 0.d5 B42) 1 1 .0�O ! ?00 M5 1 2 . f4f± Skembris.
ctJ d6 1 1 .fla4 b5 1 2 . dc ba 1 3 . ctJ d5± Jansa­ 6 ... g6
Miralles, Paris 1989. A) 7 .fld3 flg7 8 . 0�O O�O 9 . c 3 c6 l O . ctJ d2
6 ... ctJ f6?! 7 .fld3 ctJ c6 8 .c3 fld6 9 .0�O ctJ e7 f5 I l . g 3 fle6 1 2. ctJ g 2 ctJd7 1 3 .f3 ctJ d6 1 4.l'% e l
1 O. ctJ d2 c6 1 1 . ctJ f3 �c7 1 2 .�c2t Paulsen­ flf700 Strikovic-Mikhalchishin, Yugoslavia
Alapin, Frankfurt 1887. 1992 -55/300;
6 ... c6 B) 7 . ctJ d2
A) 7 .fld3 B l ) 7 . . . ctJ d2 8 .fld2 flg7 9 .flb4 ! ?t Forintos,
A l ) 7 . . . ctJ d6 ? ! [7 . . . �f6 ; 7 . . . fld6] 8 . 0�O fle7 Haag;
9.b3 ctJ d7 l O.c4 dc 1 1 .bc ctJ f6 1 2.c5 ! ? ctJ b5 B2) 7 . . . flg7 8 .c3
1 3 .flb5 cb 1 4. ctJ c 3 a6 1 5 .fla3 O�O 1 6.d5± B 2 1 ) 8 . . . ctJ d2 ? ! 9 .fld2 O�O 1 O.h4 h5 1 1 .fld3
Jansa-Christensen, Gausdal 1990; :t'i:e8 1 2 .�c2 L10�O�O, g4±--+ Smagin;
A2) 7 . . . g6 8 . ctJ d 2 ctJ d2 9 .fld2 flg7 1 O .c3 O� B22) 8 . . . 0�O 9 . ctJ e4 de 1 0.flc4 ctJ d7 1 1 . O�O
o 1 1 .�c2 b6 1 2 .0�O f5 [ 1 2 . . . fla6 ! ?] 1 3 . f3 t B221) 1 1 . . .c5 1 2 . dc ctJ c5 1 3 .�c2 fle6
Rausis-Meijers, Latvia ch 1994; B22 1 1) 1 4.fle6? fe 1 5 .�e2 �e7 1 6 .�c4
B) 7 . ctJ d2 :t'i:ac8+ Smagin, Dolmatov;
B l ) 7 . . . ctJ d2 8 .fld2 B22 12) 1 4 . :t'i:d l t (Smagin-Mikhalchishin,
Bll) 8 . . . ctJ d7 ? ! 9 .�e2 �e7 1 0. 0�O�O ctJ f6 USSR (ch) 1985 -39/383) �h4 1 5 . g3 �h3
I l .flb4 ! �e6 1 2 .flf8 m f8 1 3 .f3± Smagin­ [ 1 5 . . . �h5 1 6 .fle2 �e5 1 7 . ctJ c4t] 1 6 .flfl
Rozentalis, Barnau1 1 984; �h5 1 7 .fle2 �h3 1 8 . ctJ d5 t Smagin, Dol­
B 1 2) 8 . . . �b6 ? ! (Goertz-Michaelsen, Bun­ matov;
desliga 1 989) 9 . fl c 3 [ 9 . � e2!? fle6 B222) 1 1 . . . ctJ b6 1 2 .flb3 c6 1 3 .f3 ef 1 4 .�f3
1 O. O�O�O ] flb4 1 0.�d2t ; fle6 ! = Dimitrov-Arlandi, Groningen Eu­
B 1 3) 8 . . . �f6 9 . c 3 � g 6 1 O . flc l ! ? fld6 ropean j ch 1986.
1 1 .fld3 �f6 1 2 . 0 � O O�O 1 3 . f4t t/± Ye 6 ...fle6 7 .fld3 f5 8 .0�O (Paulsen-Schallopp,
Jiangchuan-Dive, Jakarta zt 1987; Frankfurt 1 887) fld6= Bisguier.
B 14) 8 . . . fle6 9.fld3 fle7 [o9 . . . ctJd7 Smagin] 6 ... ctJ c6
l O . f4 ctJ a6 1 1 .0�O �b6 1 2 . c 3 O�O�O 1 3 .b4± A) 7 .flb5
Smagin-Arhipov, Moscow 1986 -41/360; A 1 ) 7 . . . �h4? ! 8 . g3 �h3 9 .flfl [ 9 . ctJ d5 ] �e6
B2) 7 . . . ctJ d6 8 .fld3 fle7 9 . 0�O O�O 1 O.b3 1 0.flg2 ;
ctJ d7 l 1 .flb2t Chang Peng Kong-Val­ A2) 7 . . . a6
kesalmi, Dubai (01) 1 986; A2 1 ) 8 .fla4 ? ! �h4 9 . 0�O [9.g3 �h3 1 O. ctJ d5
B3) 7 . . . fld6 8 . ctJ e4 de 9 .flc4 O�O 1 O . c 3 �h8 �g2 1 1 . :t'i: f l flh3 ] fld6 1 O . g3 �h3--+ 1 1 . ctJ c 3
I l . g3 ctJ d7 1 2.f4 ef 1 3 .�f3oo Maki-Arlandi, h5 1 2. ctJ ed5 h4�+ Safonov-Gusev, Moscow
Novi Sad (01) 1990. 1 960;
B4) 7 . . . fle7 ! ? 8 . ctJ e4 [ 8 .fld3 f5 ! ; 8 . c4 ! ?] de A22) 8 .flc6=;
9 .flc4 O�O l O.c3 [ 1 O.0�O m h8 1 l .f300] �h8 B) 7 . ctJ c3 flb4 8 .fld2 (Heinrich-Weiler,
B41) 1 l .f3 ? ! ef 1 2 .�f3 c5 ! Germany 1987) ctJ d2 9.�d2 0�O= Forintos,

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Haag; bc 20. liJ c 3 ig4= Smagin, Makarychev.
C) 7. c3 ie6 S . liJ d 2 liJ d2 9 .id2 id6 1 0. id3
0-0 1 1 .1lh'c2 h6 1 2 .0-0-0 liJ e7 91 8.liJ d2 ! ? Smagin.
C1) 1 3 .!3dfl ? ! c5 1 4.dc ic5 1 5 . f4 d4+ Van
Houtte-Krukovsky, Bruxelles 1987; 92 8 . . . ie7?! 9 .1lh'c2 liJ d7 1 0 . id3 liJ d6
C2) 1 3 .g4°o Forintos, Haag. 1 1 .0-0 g5 1 2 .b3 0-0-0 1 3 . c4 ! ± Fishbein­
6 .. ie7 7 .id3 0-0
. Pakkanen, Philadelphia 199 1 .
A) S . O -O i e 6 9 . liJ d2 f5 1 0 . liJ f3 liJ d7 8 .. liJ c6 9 . liJ d2 0-0-0
.

[ 1 0 .. .f4? l 1 .liJd5 id5 1 2.c4±] l 1 .c4 c6 1 2.cd A) 1 O. liJ e4 de I l . g 3 ? Eld4 ! + ;


cd 1 3 .1lh'b3 liJb6 1 4. liJ e5 id6= Smagin­ B ) 1 0. liJ d5 idS I l . liJ e4 1lh'g6 1 2 . liJ g3
Yusupov, Moscow 1980; B1) 1 2 . . . id6 1 3 .1lh'hS ElheS [ 1 3 . . . 1lh'e6 ! ?�]
B) S.ct:l d2 liJ f6 9 . 0-0 c5 1 0 .dc ic5 1 1 . liJ b3 1 4.mdl ig2 I S .i g2 1lh'd3 1 6 .id2 liJ d4°o
ib6 1 2 .liJf5 liJ c 6 1 3 .ig5 i f5 1 4.if5 1lh'd6± Smagin-Makarychev, Murcia 1990 -SO/
1/2-1/d.Sanchez-Sorokin, San Martin 1994. (330) ;
6 ... id6 7 .id3 ! ? 0-0 S . O-O c6 9.c4 liJ a6 B2) 1 2 . . . liJ b4 1 3 . cb ib4 1 4 . id2 El h e S
1 0.cd cd 1 1 . liJ d5 ih2 1 2 .mh2 1lh'd5 1 3 . liJ c 3 l s . ib4 El e 2 1 6.ie2 i g 2 1 7 .Elg 1 oo;
CLJc3 1 4.bc if5 1 5 . Elb l i d 3 1 6.1lh'd3 Elac S B3) 1 2 . . . ib4 ! ? 1 3 .ie3 ElheS� i1 liJ d4;
1 7 .Elel (Strikovic-N .Ristic, Yugoslavia B4) 1 2 .. hS ! t Karpov;
1993 -58/335) liJ c5 ! ? I S .1lh'e3 ! liJ e6 [ I S . . . B) 1 0.g3
CLJ a4 1 9 .ia3 ElfdS 20.c4 ! ± ] 1 9 .1lh'g3 1lh'h5 C 1 ) 10 ... liJ d2 l 1 .id2 h5
20.rj;Jg I b6 2 1 .id2 ElfdS 22.Ele5 1lh'g6 23 .1lh'g6 C 1 1) 1 2 . h4 g 6 [ 1 2 . . . 1lh' g 6 1 3 .1lh'd3 1lh'd3
hg 24. a4± Strikovic. 1 4 .id3± Goetz-M.Mueller, Bundesliga
1992] 1 3 .i g2 ih6 1 4. 0-0-0 ElheS I 5 .Elhe l
90 7 i b5 c6 s . o-o [ S .1lh'e2 ie6 Forintos,
. Ele7 1 6.1lh'fl ± Kholmov-Nikolenko, Mos­
Haag] cb 9 . liJ d5 1lh'dS 1 0.Ele l 1lh'd5 I l . liJ c 3 cow 1987;
1lh' d S 1 2 . El e4 [ 1 2 . i g5 ie7 1 3 . i e7 m e 7 C 12) 1 2 .ig2
1 4.Ele4 rj;JfS+ Smagin, Makarychev] ie7 C121) 12 . . . 1lh'g6 ? ! 1 3 .0-0-0 liJ e7 1 4.if3 !
A) 1 3 .1lh'e2 ? ! (Smagin-Makarychev, Mos­ liJ f5 l S . liJ g2 id6 1 6. h4± Smagin-Maka­
cow 1987) i f5 ! 1 4 . Ele 5 (l 4 . 1lh' b5 1lh'd7 rychev, Moscow European cup 1990 -SO/
I S .EleS ic2+ Smagin, Makarychev) liJ c6 ! + 330;
Smagin, Makarychev; C 1 22) 0 1 2 . . . h4 Smagin;
A) 1 3 .igS liJ c 6 1 4 .1lh'e2 C123) 1 2 . . . g6! ? 1 3 .0-0-0 ih6 1 4 . El h f l
B1) 14 . . . b4? ! 1 5 . liJ d5 ! ie6 [ 1 5 . . . 1lh'd5 ? El h e S = Godena-Eid, Moscow 01 1994;
1 6.Ele7+-] 1 6. liJ e7 liJ e7 1 7 .Eld l [i1d5 ] 1lh'd7 C2) 1 O . . . 1lh' g6 ! ? I l .ig2 f5 = Forintos, Haag.
I S .ie7 rj;Je7 1 9 .dS ElhdS 20.Eld3±;
B2) 14 .. .f6 ! ? Smagin, Makarychev; 93 9.liJd2 ! ?
B3) 14 . . . ie6 I S .ie7 liJ e7 1 6 .d5 liJ d5 1 7 .Eld 1
0-0 I S . liJ dS idS 1 9 . Ele5 ic4= Smagin, 9 4 12. i f3 ? ! 1lh'f6 [ 1 2 . . . 0-0-0 ! ? Forintos,
Makarychev; Haag ] 1 3 . liJ e4 fe 1 4.ig2 id6= T.Horvath­
B4) 1 4 . . . i f5 l S . i e7 liJ e7 1 6 . El eS 0 - 0 Forintos, Budapest 1986.
1 7 . El e7 (1/2-1/2 Smagin-Makarychev, Mos­ 12.liJ e4 fe 1 3 . f3 ef 1 4 .if3 0-0-0 1 5 . liJ g2
cow 1987 -43/388) b4 I S . liJ d l 1lh'd4 1 9 .c3 1lh'eS 1 6 .0-0 ih3 1 7 .1lh'c2 liJ f6 1/2-1/2 Pupo-

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Perez, Matanzas Cuba ch 1995.
12.0-0 1 2 . . . �d6
A) 1 3 .f4 hSt;
B) 1 3 . ctJ fS ? ! �fS 1 4 . ctJ e4 de I S .�e4 �f6
1 6 .dS cd 1 7 .�dS
Bl) 1 7 . . . �eS 1 8 .�e6 [ 1 8 .�b7 8:b8 1 9 .�g2
0-0 20 .�e3 ctJ b6 2 1 . 8: fe l �c4+ Jansa­
Forintos, Muenster 1 992] �e6 1 9 . 8:e l
0-0 20.f4 8: ae8 2 l .fe ctJ eS 22.�f4 �b6
2 3 . � h l �c6 24.�e4 �e4 2S .8:e4 ctJ d3�
Ugrinovic;
B2) 1 7 . . . �f7 1 8 .�e6 �e6 1 9 .�f3 ctJ f6+;
C) 1 3 . ctJ e4 fe 1 4. f3=.

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1.1.3. Exercises

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8
7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

1 6. 7 4 1 1 .. .7

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8
7 7 7

6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

2 8.7 5 1 4. 7

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7

6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

3 1 2. . . 7 6 12 . 7

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Il�
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

B B B B
7 7 7

6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

7 1 1 .? 10 14. . . ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

B B B B
7 7 7 7
6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 5 .?
. . 11 9.?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

B 8 8
7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

9 7.? 12 15. ?

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a b c d f h
e 9 1.1.4. Answers.
8 8

7 7

6 6
Ex. 1 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.!e4 lLl e4 4.�e2
d5 5.d3 de 6.de !g4 7.lLle3 !b4 8.�e4 !f3
5 5
9 . � b4 !g2 1 0 . 2: g1 lLl e6 1 1 . � b7 lLl d4
4 4
1 2 . 2: g2 lLl e2 1 3 . m n lLl a l 1 4 . � e6 m f8
3 3
15.lLl d5 2:b8) Trajanov-Pinkas, Sofia 1922
2 2
A n i c e c o m b i n at ion d e c i d e s the game :
16.2:g7! �d6 (or 1 6 . . . m g7 1 7 .!h6 m g 8
a b c d e f 9 h 1 8 . lLl f6) 17.!h6 ! ! , and B l ac k resigned in
13 9...? v i e w of 1 7 . . . �c 6 1 8 .2:g8 ! m g8 1 9 . 1Ll e7#.

Ex . 2 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.!e4 lLl e4 4.lLle3


lLl e3 5.de f6 6.0-0 lLl e6 7 . lLl h4 lLl e7 ? ! )
a b c d e f 9 h Saburov-Lutze, 1906
8 8 White ' s last move creates a threat of 8 .�hS .
7 The right reaction was 7 . . . g6 or 7 . . .'f'/fJe7
6 6
( L18 .�hS m d8 9 . lLl g 6 ? �e8). B l ack decided
instead to kill two birds with one stone:
5 5
to prevent the threat and to prepare d7-dS .
4 4
But White ' s subtle response exposes the
3 3
shortcoming of the move 7 . . . lLl e 7 .
2 2
8.!d3 ! g6
If 8 . . . d S , t h e n 9 . � hS m d 7 1 0 . f4 � e 8
a b c d e f 9 h 1 1 .�d l ---7 I± . After the text move White has
14 1 O. . . ? a strong attack .
9.f4 !g7? (o9 . . . ef 1 0.!f4 !g7±) 10.fe fe
1l.!g5 ! e6
Or I I . . .dS 1 2 . lLl g6 hg 1 3 .!g6 lLl g6 [ 1 3 . . .
a b c d e f 9 h m d7 1 4. 2: f7+-] 1 4 .!d8 m d8 I S .�d5 !d7
8 8 1 6 .2:ad I +-.
7 7 12.lLlf5 gf 13.�h5 m f8 14.2:f5 1-0.
-SIC .
6 6

5 5
Ex . 3 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle3 !b4 4.!e4
4 4
0-0 5.0-0 d6 6.d4 ed 7.�d4 lLl e6 8.�d3
3 3
!e3 9.be 2: e 8 1 0 . 2: e l !g4 1 l .!g5 h6
2 2
12.!h4) Reefsehlaeger-Sehulte, Bundes­
Iiga 1989
a b c d e f 9 h By means of the standard knight manoeu­
IS 10... ? vre B l ack gets rid of the pin and obtains an

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advantage due to White ' s weakened pawn 4.ltJe5 0-0 5 . .ie2 �e8 6.ltJd3 .ic3 7.dc ltJ e4
structure : 8.0-0 d6 9.ltJf4 c6 1O.c4 ! .if5 11 .a4 as)
12 ....if3 13.'1Wf3 ltJ e5 14.VNe2 ltJ g6 15 ..if6 Psakhis-Yusupov, Vilnius USSR ch 1980
VNf6+ . White sol ves his developmental problems
- 1 6. by means of a subtle rook manoeuvre :
12.�a3 ! ltJ d7 13.�e3 ltJ dc5 14.g4 .ie6 15.f3
Ex.4 (1 .e4 e5 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJc3 .ib4 4 . .ic4 ltJ f6 16.b3 h6 17.VNd4;!; .
0-0 5.d3 ltJ c6 6.0-0 .ic3 7.bc d6 8.h3 .ie6 -6 for more detai l s .
9 . .ie6 fe 1 0 . ltJ g5 VNe7 l 1 .f4) Delmar­
Pillsbury, Cambridge Springs 1904 Ex .7 (1 .e4 e 5 2.ltJf3 ltJf6 3.ltJe5 ltJ e4 4.VNe2
White ' s hurry with the programmatic ad­ VNe7 5.VNe4 d6 6.d4 de 7.de ltJ c6 8.ltJc3 VNe5
vancement f2-f4 allows B l ack to real ise an 9.VNe5 ltJ e5 1O ..if4 .id6)
instructive combination: Vasiukov-Chekhov, USSR 1975
1 1 ... ef 1 2 . .if4 ( l 2 J'H4 i s met by 1 2 . . . h6 B l ack is threatening now l O. ctJ f3 or l O. ctJ d3.
1 3 .ctJf3 gS) h6 13.ltJf3 ltJ e4 ! (the motives White has to make a prophylactic move.
of the combination are the opening of the f­ After 1 1 . .i g3 ! .i d 7 1 2 . 0 - 0 - 0 0 - 0 - 0
fil e and the vulnerabil ity of the .if4) 14 ..ih6 13.ltJ e4 .ic6 14.ltJd6 c d 15.f3 �he8 16.�d4
ltJ g3 15 . .ig5 �f3! he attains a better ending.
Now White made a dec i sive mistake and
i mmediately put himself into a losing posi­ Ex . 8 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJe5 d6 4.ltJ f7
tion : \t> f7 5 . .ic4 ? ) Cochrane-Mohishunder,
1 6 . .ie7 )]f1 17.Wfl ctJ f1 1 8 . .ig5 ctJ g3-+. Calcutta 1848
Yet, after White 's best move 1 6 .Wf3 WgS The Cochrane Variation leads to a sharp play
1 7 .)]f2 B lack keeps an advantage. in which White tries to take a firm hold of
- 1 41B322 1 . the initiative at the expense of the sacrificed
piece. However, White ' s fifth move is met
Ex .S (1 .e4 e5 2.ltJf3 ltJf6 3.ltJc3 .ib4 4.ltJ e5 by the standard 5 ... d5 ! Now 6.ed fai l s to
0-0 5.ltJ d3 .ic3 6.dc ltJ e4 7 . .ie2 d5 8.0-0 6 . . . .id6 7 . 0-0 Ei:f8 8 . d4 It>g8+ Bilguer.
ltJ d7 9.ltJf4 c6 1O.c4 dc 11 ..ic4 ltJe5 12.VNd8 After 6 . .ib3 B l ack has a p leasant choice
�d8 13 . .ie2 .if5 ) Alapin-Rabinovich, between 6 . . . We8 ! 7 .d3 .ie6 8 . eS .ig4 9 . .id5
Karlsbad 1911 ctJ dS 1 O.W g4 WeS+- Osnos, Kalinichenko,
White ' s intention i s to oust B l ack pieces and 6 . . . .ie6 ! 7 . eS [ 7 . ctJ c 3 de 8 . .ie6 liIe6
from the centre . But an immediate 1 4.f3 is 9 . ctJ e4 ctJ e4 I O.Wg4 It>n 1 1 .We4 We7-+]
ineffecti ve: after the knight retreat B l ack ctJ e4 8 . d4 cS 9 .Wf3 It>e8+ Schachzeitung
attacks the pawn c2. White secures his ob­ 1 86 1 .
ject, exploiting the tactical features of the -S I /5 . .ic4 .
position: 14.g4! , and the pawn "g" is invul­
nerable due to the fork. After 14 ....ic8 15.f3 E x . 9 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJe5 d6 4.ltJfi
White has a sizeable advantage . It>fi 5.d4 g6 6.ltJc3 .ie7) Strukov-Rodin,
-27 /5. ltJ d3/C I . corr 1985/86
The text move 7 .Wf3 ? ! [7 . .ic4 It>gTt] al­
Ex .6 ( 1 .e4 e 5 2 . ltJ f3 ltJ f6 3 . ltJ c3 .ib4 lowed B lack after 7 . . . liIg7 8 ..if4 ctJ c6 9 .We3

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Ele8 1 O.f3 d5 I I . e5 to seize the initiative by 12.0-0 � g7 13.:§:bl lLl d7 14.f4 fS -Pos . 1 2
means of the spectac u l ar b l o w 1 1 . . . g 5 ! Ex. 1 2 (Continuation of Ex. l l )
1 2.ig3 (or 1 2.�g5 lLl g4+) lLl h5 1 3 .�f2 g4+ . White obtains a n advantage b y means o f the
Better was 7.i.h6 ! , i mpeding the normal standard advance for thi s pawn structure
development of the black pieces . White has IS.g4! fg? ! [0 1 5 . . . 8:fS] 16.fS ! gf 1 7.i.fS
better prospects : "WgS 18."Wg4 "Wg4 19.1tJg4 i.fS 20.8:fS±.
I ) 7 . . . EleS S .�c4 �e6 9 .�e6 �e6 I O.iWf3 �
Rodin; Ex. 1 3 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.lt'l f3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 4.ltJ c4
2) 7 . . . L!J g4 S .�c4 �eS 9 . �d2t Rodin ltJ e4 S."We2 "We7 6.d3 ltJ f6 7.i.gS i.e6 8.ltJc3
3) 7 . . . d5 S.L!Jd5 ! L!J d5 (S . . . lLl e4 9.iWf3 ) 9 .�c4 ltJ c6 9.0-0-0) Ljubojevic-Hort, Bugojno
c6 1 O.ed cd I I .iWf3� Osnos, Kalinichenko. 1980
-54/6 ... i.e7 . B l ac k equal i s e s by means of the s i mpl e
9...h6 (it i s useful t o determine the inten­
Ex. I O (1.e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 4.ltJf7 t i o n s of the w h i te bi shop) 1 0 .i.f6 "Wf6
�f7 5.d4 e5 6.de i.g4 7.i.e2 i.e6 8.0-0 ltJ e6 l 1 . ltJ dS "WgS (an important moment in the
9.f4 �g8 10.ltJe3 de ll.eS "Wd4 12.�hl position) 12.ltJ ce3 , and draw was agreed
\Wdl 1 3 J � d l ltJ g4 1 4 . lLl e4) Vitol i n s h ­ ( l 2 . . . �d5 1 3 . h4= ) .
K veinis, Kuldiga, 1987
Despite the simplifications, B l ack has to Ex. 1 4 (1 .e4 e S 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d 6 4.ltJ c4
exercise vigilance : now White i s threaten­ ltJ e4 S.d4 dS 6.ltJe3 i.e7 7.i.d3 0-0 8.0-0
ing with an advancement f4-f5 as by 1 5 .f3 i.e6 9.ltJd2 fS 10.ltJf3) Smagin-Yusupov,
fol l owed by L!J g 5 . I mprudent 1 4 . . . L!J d4 Moscow 1980
yielded White an advantage after 1 5 .8:d4 ! It i s important to avoid the trap : 1 O . . . f4?
(it is stronger than 1 5 . f5 lLl f5 ! ? 1 6 .�g4 I I . L!J d5 it,d5 1 2 .c4 (or I I . . .iWd5 1 2 .c4 iWf5
ILlg3�) cd 1 6 . L!J g5 L!J e5 1 7 . L!J e6 d3 I S .cd 1 3 .8:e I), and White regains the piece, main­
1Ll f7 1 9 .�f3 . taining the positional advantage.
B lack had to prevent the possible threats on After 10 ... ltJ d7 (it i s important to establish
the diagonal a2-gS by means of 14 ... i.e7 . control of the weak e 5 - square) ll .c4 c6
Now 1 5 .f5 �f5 1 6 .�c4 �fS I 7 . 8:fl is met 12.cd cd 13."Wb3 ltJ b6 14.ltJeS i.d6 B l ack
by g6, whereas 1 5 .h3 L!J h6 1 6 . g4 fail s to equal i sed the game .
1 6 . . . L!J d4+ . White would have to content -S9/6 ... i.e7 .
himself with a certain compensation after
1 6.c3 (instead of 1 6 . g4) in the latter line. Ex. 1 5 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 4.ltJc4
- 1 1 for more detail s . ltJ e4 S.d4 dS 6.ltJe3 "Wf6 7."We2 i.e6 8.c3 c6
9.g3 ltJ d7 10.i.g2) T.Horvath-Forintos,
Ex. 1 1 (1 .e4 e S 2 . ltJ f3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 4.ltJ e4 Budapest 1986
lLle4 5.ltJc3 ltJ e3 6.be dS 7 . ltJ e3 g6 8.d4 U sual l y in such positions Bl ack should try
ig7) Thipsay-Howell, British ch 1991 to s t re n g t h e n t h e c e n t r a l i s e d k n i g h t .
White capitalises on Black's imprecise open­ 1 0 . . .'l�' g6! a n s w e rs t o th i s n e e d . A fter
ing play and impedes his castling: 9.i.a3 ! i.fS l l . ltJ d2 fS the chances are equal .
This compelled exchange is strategically in - 1 4 for more detai l s .
White's favour. 1 0.i.fS �fS ll .i.d3 i.e6

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Chapter 2

1.2.1. Overview

There are several ways for White to devi­ usually manages to solve his opening prob­
ate from the most popul ar continuation lems, he needs to play thi s line with great
S . d4 . Thi s chapter will consider all the de­ prudence and attention. It is not by acci­
viations, except S .Wfe2 (see Chapter 3 ) . dent that Vladimir Kramnik i n a decisive
game against the world champion Garry
After S .d3 ctJ f6 6 . d4 B l ac k can transform
Kasparov, Grand Prix (New York) 1 995,
the game i nto the Exchange Variation of
chose thi s variation and was very close to
the French Defence (CO l ) by 6 . . . dS . We
winning. The most appropriate way to start
w i l l confine our analys i s i n thi s chapter
studying this system is to analyse game I
only to those lines which are typical of the
and positions 1 9- 3 2 .
Petroff Defence. It i s i mportant to note that
The idea o f the continuation 5 .c4 (-20- 22)
6 . . . !ibe7 should be sufficient to equalise (­
i s to i mpede the advance . . . dS . Although
I S ) . Thi s flexible continuation yields B l ac k
the normal developing move S . . . !ibe7 has
v arious possibilities (-positions 1 6, 1 7 ) .
proved an acceptable choice for B l ack,
The system S . ctJ c3 (- 1 6- 1 9) leads t o com­ l ately he has often been sticking to 5 . . ctJ c6
.

plicated and interesting play. S harp posi­ (-22 ) . This move allows him to avoid the
tions with the kings castled on opposite line 6 . d4 due to the great effectiveness of
sides are typical of thi s line. In my opin­ the advance 6 . . . dS (- 1 48 ; see also position
ion, the best idea for B l ac k i s to exchange 3 7 ) . The continuation 6 . ctJ c 3 leads to vari­
on c 3 (- 1 8 - 1 9) . Although nowadays B l ack ation 2 1 .

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It�
1.2.2. Theory

4.GtJf3 GtJ e4 RJ 5.Wie2, 5.d4

a b c d e f h
9

8
7

6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3

a b c d e f h
9

l . e4 e5 2.GtJ D GtJ f6 3 . GtJ e 5 d6 4.GtJ D GtJ e4

S 6 7 S 9 10 II 12 13
I S d395 96
d4 �d 39R 0_0 1
00
h 3 1 02 e1 1
03
g e3 ctJbd2 ctJf I
97 99 101
ctJf6 �e7 0 _0 �g 4 �hS 1 04 1 05
ctJe6 �d7 gfeS � f8
16 ctJe3 1 07 0 9
06
�e2 ctJe4 �e4 �e 4 0 _0 1 �d3 b3 �b2
dSI �e7 de 0-0 I OX l
�d6 ge S ctJe6 �f6 �b i o ±
1 12 4
17 d4 � d3 ctJe i 1 0-0 e3 ctJg3 �e2 ctJh4
. . .

ill 3
ctJ f6 �e 0 _0 1 1 ge S
II S
ctJe6 � f8 dS I
16 1 17
h6 � hS
1 19 22
IS de � f4 �d2 0-0-0 ctJd 41 f3 �e 3 1 24 1 26
�g S
. . .

lX 20
ctJ e3 �e i 0_0 1 2
ctJd i 1 ctJeS eS I
23 1 25 27
g ctJe6 �g S �gS 1
19 �e3
2X
�d2 0-0-0 ctJd4 ctJbS ctJd6 b4 i 33
0_0 1 ctJe6
1 29
ctJeS I
30 3
eS I 1 e6 1 32 1 34
� �b6 �d6
20 e4 1 36 l 38 1 40
ctJe3 de � d3 ctJeS �e2
35 0-0 ge l g ae l
37 1 39
:flei ctJe3 1 ctJe6 4
ctJeS I 1 de 42
:fl gS �e6 �c l �gS 1
1 44 46
21 d4 �d 3 ctJgSI �hS �d l :fl gS
43 �gS ctJ c 3
0 _0 1 ctJgSI
4S
�g S ge S h6 1 47
�gS hg �d7
1 48 49
22 :fle2 0 _0 1 d4
1S1
:fle3
1 53
ctJbd i 55 ctJe4 1 57 dS :fl f3
. . .

ctJ c6 �e7 O_OI SO �f6


1 S2 I 54 1 56 X
ge S �fS :fle4 � f3 ctJeSI 5

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95 5 .c3 [S�a4] lLl c6=. B2) I I . . . lLl hS 1 2 .�d2 dS [0 1 2 . . . 0-0 Forin­
5.�d3 dS [ S . . . lLl cS = ] 6 .�e2 �e7 7 . 0 -0 tos, Haag] 1 3 .c4 dc 1 4.�c4 0-0 I S . lLl c3
tLl cS= Romero-Garcia Padron, Las Pal­ lLl f6 1 6 . EJ: fe l �d6 1 7 . EJ: ac l a6 I S . dS:!:
mas 199 1 . Georgadze-Schussler, Dortmund 1979 -
5.�b5 c6 6 .�e2 �e7 7 . 0-0 lLl f6 [7 . . . c b 27/263.
S .EJ:e I t,lLlf6? 9 .�bS ] S .EJ:e I �e2 9 .�e2 �e7= 6 ... � g4
Zaitsev-Kochiev, Moscow 1988. A) 7 . �d..' �e7 ! S .�e2 [ S .�e3 lLl dS] �f3
5.�e2 �e7 [ S . . . g 6 ? ! 6 . 0 - 0 �g7 7 .�bS ! 9 .�e7 �e7 l O.gf lLl bd7 I I . lLl c3 0-0-0
Forintos, Haag] 6 . 0-0 0-0 7 . c4 -S .c4. 1 2 .�d2 dS 1 3 . 0 - 0 - 0 (Niering-Brandt,
Dortmund 1987) c6+ ;
96 6.�e2 B) 7 . tLl c3 ! ? Forintos, Haag;
A) 6 . . . dS 7 . 0-0 �d6 S . c4 0-0 9 .�e3 (Schu­ C) 7 .�e2 �e7
mov-Jaenisch, St.Petersburg 1868) lLlbd7= Cl) S . lLl bd2 lLl c6 9.c3 0-0 1 0.h3 (Paoli­
Forintos, Haag; Trikaliotis, Siegen 01 197 0 ) �hS = Forintos,
B) 6 . . . �e7 7 . 0-0 0-0 S . b3 [ S .c4 -S .c4] lLl c6 Haag;
9.�b2 tLl dS ! = Ardiansyah-Handoko, Ja­ C2) S . O-O 0-0 9.c4 (Pietzsch-Mikenas,
karta 1979; Leningrad 1960) dS l O.cS lLl c6 [ I 0 . . . b6]
C) 6 . . . �e6 7 . 0-0 �e7 S . b3 0-0 9 .�b2 lLl c 6 I I .h3 �hS 1 2 .�e3 lLl e4= Forintos, Haag;
l O.h3 ? ! [ l O. EJ:e l =] lLl dS ! I l .c4 tLl f4 1 2 . tLl bd2 D) 7 . tLl bd2 �e7 S .�d3 0-0
�fS 1 3 . lLl e4 �e4 1 4.de �f6+ Loyd-Wina­ Dl) 9 . lLl f l ? ! cS
wer, Paris 1 867; Dll) I 0 . lLl e 3 �hS 1 1 .0-0 lLlc6 1 2 . lLl fS EJ:e8
D) 6 . . . g6 7 . 0-0 �g7 S .d4 0-0 9.EJ:e l lLl c 6 1 3 .c3 cd 1 4. c d �fS I S .�gS h6 1 6 .�e 3 lLl d5+
l O.c3 �fS= Pfeiffer-Bronstein, Vienna Strzelecki-Raetsky, Katowice 1990;
1957. D12) 1 0.h3 �f3 1 1 . �f3 lLl c 6 1 2 . d c dc
6.lLl c3 1 3 . lLl e3 �c7 1 4 . 0 -0 lLl eS I S .�e2 lLl d3
A) 6 . . . dS 7 .�g5 �e7 S .�e2 [oS.d4 Tar­ 1 6.�d3 EJ:adS+ Veresagin-Raetsky, Briansk
rasch] 0-0 9 . 0-0 tLl c6= Janowski-Show­ Russia tch 1995;
alter, Nuernberg 1 896; D2) 9 . 0-0
B) 6 . . . �e7 . D21 ) 9 . . . lLl c 6 l O.c3 �d7
6.�g5 �e7 7 .�e2 0-0 S . tLl c3 lLl c6 9 .�d2 D211) I I .EJ:el EJ:aeS 1 2 . lLl fl �hS 1 3 . tLl g3
EJ:eS 1 0.0-0 dS= Bernschutz-Ali, Dubai 01 �g6 1 4 .�g6 hg I S .�d3 �dS= Hracek­
1 986. Haba, St.Mesto 1992;
D2 1 2) I I .�c2 EJ:feS 1 2 .h3 �hS 1 3 . lLl h4 �f8
97 6 . . . d5 -ECO COL 1 4 . tLl df3 �f3 I S . tLl f3:!: Shachar-Boim, Is­
6 ...�f5 7 .�d3 �d3 S .�d3 c6 9.0-0 �e7 rael ch 1994;
A) 1 0.�gS 0-0 I I .EJ:e l lLl bd7 1 2 . lLl bd2 EJ:eS D22) 9 . . . cS l O.h3 �hS I l .dc dc 1 2 . lLl e4 lLl c6
1 3 . EJ:e2 h 6 1 4 . �h4 �c7 I S . EJ: ae l �fS = 1 3 . lLl g3 �g6 1 4.�g6 hg
Cappelo-Toth, Italia (ch) 1977 ; D22 1 ) I S .�d 8 EI:fd 8 = Petrenko-Rozentalis,
B ) 1 O.�b3 �c7 [ l O . . . �b6 1 1 .�e3 ! Forintos, Voronezh 1987;
Haag] 1 1 .�f4 D222) I S .c3= Pinchuk-Dvoretsky, Kiev
Bl) I I . . . 0- 0 1 2 .h3 lLl bd7 1 3 . EJ: e l EJ: fe S 1976.
1 4 .c4± Georgadze; 6 . . . g6

44
A) 7 .id3 Vll e7 1 6 .1lc4 b 5 -t Mikhalchishin;
AI) S .Vll e2 Vffe 2 9 . � e2 ig7 1 0 . El e l 0-0 B222) 1 3 . bc (Velimirovic-Mikhalchishin,
I I . <;§;fl t;J c6 1 2 . c3 ig4 1 3 . ttJ bd2 El fe S Palma de Mallorca, 1989) dc 1 4 .ic4 ttJ a5
1 4.:§e8 EleS 1 5 .h3 id7 1 6 . ttJ c4 (Rausis­ 1 5 .1ld3 1le6-t Mikhalchishin -48/415;
I.Zaitsev, Moscow 1992 -54/(28 1)) h6= 7.ig5 if5 S . 1ld3 id3 9 .Vff d3 0-0 1 0.0-0
I.Zaitsev; ttJ bd7 1 1 .Ele 1 d5 1 2 . ttJ bd2 :;:'leS 1 3 . ttJ e5 ttJ fS
A2) S .ie2 ! ? ig7 9 .0-0 0-0 1 0 .Ele l I.Zai­ 1 4.1lf6 [ 1 4. Ele3 ttJ e6 ! ] 1lf6 1 5 . ttJ df3 ttJ e6
tsev; 1 6 . El ad l = Kuij pers-Van der Wiel, HiI­
B ) 7 . t;J c3 ! ? f.. i g7 S .Vff e 2t Forintos, Haag. versum 1 984.
7.1le2 0-0 8 .0-0
98 7.h3 A) S . . . 1lf5 9.c4 :;:'leS l O. ttJ c3 ifS 1 1 . Ele l
A) 7 . . . c6 S .c4 ttJ a6 9 . ttJ c3 0-0 1 0 .ie3 d5 ttJ e4 l 2 . ttJ e4 1le4 1 3 .1lg5t Nunn-Plaskett,
I 1 .c5 b6 1 2 .Vff a4 ttJ bSco Velimirovic-Sis­ London 1985;
niega, Novi Sad 01 1 990; B) S . . . c6 9 . c4 d5 1 0.cd ttJ d5 1 1 . ttJ c3 1le6
B) 7 . . . if5 s .id3 id3 9 .Vff d3 0-0 1 0.0-0 1 2 .:;:'le 1 ttJ d7 1 3 .1ld3 EleS 1/2- 1/2 Nunn-Short,
t;Jc6 I 1 .c3 EleS 1 2 . El e l if8= Forintos, London 1 985.
Haag;
C) 7 . . . 0-0 S .id3 c5 ! 9 . 0-0 ttJ c6= l OO/C. - 99 7 ... 1l g4
7.c4 A) S . ttJ bd2 ttJ c6 [S . . . O-O -97/6 ...ig41D] 9.c3
A) 7 . . . 0-0 S . ttJ c3 Vff d 7 [f.. i f5 ] 1 0 .Vff c2 Vff e 6 l 1 . �f l co 1/2_1/2
AI) S . . . c5 9 . d5 if5 ? ! [9 . . . ig4 ! ? l O.ie2t] Sisniega-Am.Rodrigues, Bogota 199 1 ;
1 0 .id3 Vff d 7 1 1 . 0 - 0 ttJ a6 1 2 . i f5 Vff f5 B ) 8 .h3 i h 5 9 . ttJ c3 ttJ bd7 1 0 .ig5 ttJ b6
1 3 . t;J h4 Vll d 7 1 4 .Vff f3 t Velimirovic-Mir­ I 1 .Vff e 2 0-0 l 2 . g4 1lg6 1 3 .1lg6? ! fg ! 1 4.1ld2
alles, Vrsac 1989 -48/(41 5 ) ; Vff d 7 1 5 .0-0-0 ElaeS l 6 .Vff d 3 Vff c 6 1 7 . ttJ g5
A2) S . . . if5 9 .ie2 :;:'leS 1 0.0-0 ttJ fd5+ Zheljandinov-Butnorius, Kharkov
A21) 10 . . . t;J e4 1 1 . ttJ dS ifS 1 2 . ttJ e3 ig6 1967;
1 3 .Vllb3 b6 1 4.Vff a4 c6 1 5 . d5 c5 1 6 . ttJ h4t C) S . O-O 0-0 - 1 5.
Bliumberg-Howell, Budapest 1 994;
A22) 1 0 . . . c6 1 1 . El e l ttJ e4 1 2 . ttJ e4 ie4 1 00 8.h3
1 3 .id3 id3 1 4.Vff d 3 ttJ d7= Lupu-Howell, A) S . . . EleS 9 . 0-0 ttJ bd7 1 0.Ele l ttJ fS 1 1 . c4
Cannes 1995; c6 1 2 . ttJ c3 ttJ g6 1 3 .1le3 1ld7 1 4 .Vff b 3
B) 7 . . . d5 S . t;J c3 0-0 9 .ie3 ttJ c6 l O.h3 [ 1 4 . b4 ! ? Forintos, Haag] Vff c S 1 5 . ttJ e 2 ttJ h5
B1) 10 ... if5 ! ? I l .ie2 ttJ b4 1 2 .0-0 ttJ c2 1 6 . ttJ g3 ttJ hf4 1 7 .ifl 1lf6 I S .d5 Vff c 7
1 3 .t;Jh4 [ 1 3 .:;:'lc l ttJ e 3 1 4 . fe c6=] ttJ e 3 1 4. fe 1 9 .Elad 1 t Velimirovic-Chandler, Saraje­
ie6 1 5 . t;J f5 dcoo Mikhalchishin; vo 1 985;
B2) 1 O . . . ib4 1 1 . Vff c 2 B ) 8 . h 3 c6 9 . 0-0 ttJ a6 l O . c 3 ttJ c7 1 1 .1lf4 b6
B21) l l . . .ie6 1 2 .c5 ttJ e4 1 3 .id3 f5 1 4.0-0 1 2 .:;:'le l 1lb7 1 3 . ttJ bd 2 :;:'le8 1 4.Vff c 2 h6 1 5 . a4
ic3 1 5 .bc f4 1 6 .ic l ± Mikhalchishin; c5 1 6.1lh2t Donev- Toth, Switzerland tch
B22) 1 1 . . . Vffe7 1 2 .0-0-0 [ 1 2 . c 5 ? ic5 ! 1 3 .dc 1995;
d4 ; 1 2 .ie2 dc 1 3 . ic4 ie6f± Mikhal­ C) 8 . . . c5 ! 9 .0-0 ttJ c6
chishin] ic3 [ 1 2 . . . ie6 ! ?] C l ) l O.c3 d5 l 1 .dc 1lc5 1 2. ttJ bd2 h6 1 3 . ttJ b3
B221) l 3 .Vll c 3 ttJ e4 1 4 .Vff e l as ! 1 5 .cd ttJ b4 1lb6= Psakhis ;

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C2) 1 0 . ct:l c3 ct:l b4 1 U"l e 1 [ l L �c4 ii,fS Reggio Emilia 1993.
1 2.ii,b3 ct:l e4=] h6 1 2 .ii,f4 ii,e6 1 3 .ii,fl
C21 ) 1 3 . . . ct:l fdS 1 4 . ct:l dS ii,dS l S . d c dc 1 03 10.c3
1 6 . ct:l eS ii,f6 1 7 . c 3 ct:lc6 1 8 . ct:l c4 ii,e6 A) 1 O . . . dS ? ! 1 1 .ii,f4 ct:l bd7 1 2 . ct:l bd2 Ei:e8
1 9 .�c2± Petrenko- Raetsky, Voronezh 1 3 .�b3t Winkler-Landanyi, Bie1 1986;
1987; B) 1 0 . . . cS+± [ 1 O . . . ct:l bd7 ; 1 O . . . ct:l c6] .
C22) 1 3 . . . ct:l bd S [ 1 3 . . . �b6 ! ? Psakhis]
1 4 . ct:l dS ct:l dS I S . ii, g3 ii,f6 1 6 . c 3 � b 6 = 1 04 1 0 . . . Ei:e8 1 1 .ii,gS ct:l c6 1 2 .c3 ct:l dS
Psakhis-Mikhalchishin, Minsk 1986. 1 3 .ii,e 7 Ei:e 7 = Smirin-Ivanchuk, Debrecen
European tch 1992.
1 0 1 8 ... ct:l bd7 9 . Ei:e1 Ei:e8 1 0. ct:l bd2 ct:l f8 10 ... c5 ! ?
1 1 . ct:l fl ct:l g6 1 2 . ct:l g3 c6 1 3 .c3 ii,d7 1 4.h3 A ) l 1 .dS ct:l bd7
�c7 l S .�c2 ct:l dS 1 6 .ii,d2 as= V.Spasov­ A I ) 1 2 . ct:l c3 ct:l eS 1 3 .ii,e2 ii,f3 1 4.ii,f3 ct:l e 8
Kir.Georgiev, Burgas 1992 -55/ (301). l S .ii,e2 fSoo Shtyrenkov-Raetsky, Voronezh
8 ... ct:l c6 9.c3 ii,g 4 1 0.h3 ii,hS 1 1 . Ei:e 1 = - 1 5. 1989;
A2) 1 2 . g4 ! ? ii,g6 1 3 .ii,g6 hg
1 02 9.ii,g5 A21) 1 4 . c4 ct:l h7 l S . l2l c3 ct:l gS 1 6 .mg2 ct:l f3
A ) 9 . . . ct:l c 6 1 0 . c3 ct:l dS 1 1 .ii,e 3 ii,f6 1 2 . ct:l bd2 1 7 . � f3 ct:l eS 1 8 . �e2 g S +± C a m p ora­
Ei:e8 1 3 .Ei:e 1 ct:l de7 [ 1 3 . . . ct:l e3 1 4.fe dS l S .e4 Kaidanov, Tilburg 1993;
ii,h4 1 6 . Ei: e200] 1 4 . �c2 ct:l g6 l S .h3 ii,f3 A22) 1 4. ct:l c 3 Ei:e8 1 S .ii,f4 a6 1 6.gS [ 1 6 . a4 ! ?)
1 6 . ct:l f3 dSt Schlechter-Teichmann, Leip­ 1 6 . . . ct:l hS 1 7 .ii,h2 bS 1 8 . a4 b4 1 9 . ct:l e4 ct:lf8
zig 1 894; 20. @g2 � d700 Shtyrenkov-Toistikh, Volgo­
B) 9 . . . ct:l dS 1 0.ii,d2 ct:l c6 1 1 .c3 Ei:e8 1 2 .h3 grad 1994;
ii,hS 1 3 .ii,h7 @h7 1 4 . ct:l gS @g6 l S .�c2 fS B) l 1 . dc dc
1 6 . g4 ii,gS 1 7 .�fS @h6 1 8 . h400 ii,g6 1 9 .ii,gS B 1 ) 1 2 .ii,gS ct:l c6 1 3 . ct:l bd2 Ei:e8 1 4.ct:l f l �b6+
@h7 20.�dS �d7 2 1 .�g2 ii,d3 22.Ei:c l Ei:e4 Velibekov-Raetsky, Baku 1990;
23 .f3 Ei:e2 24.�g3 Ei:ae8 2 S . ct:l d2 �e6� B2) 1 2.g4 �g6 1 3 .�g6 hg 1 4 .�d8 �d8
Nevednichy-Handoko, Manila (01) 1992; I S .�f4 �aS ! 1 6 .c3 Ei:d8 1 7 . ct:l bd2 ct:l c6
C) 9 . . . h6 1 0.ii,h4 ct:l c6 1 1 .h3 [ 1 1 .c3 ct:l dS = ] B21) 1 8 . ct:l c4 ct:l dS 1 9 .ii,d6 bS 20. ct:l aS Ei:d6
ii,f3 1 2 .�f3 ct:l d4 1 3 .�b7 � d 7 1 4.ii,f6 ii,f6 2 1 . ct:l b7 Ei:f6 22. ct:l e5 ct:l eS 2 3 . Ei: eS ct:l f4f±
I S . ct:l c3 Ei:ab8 1 6.�a7 dS� Mukhindinov­ Raetsky;
Makarychev, Moscow 1992; B22) 1 8 . ct:l e 4 ct:l e4 1 9 .Ei:e4 Ei:d S = Dolmatov­
D) 9 . . . cS 1 0. ct:l bd2 ct:lc6 1 1 . ct:l b 3 ? ! Ei:e8 1 2 .dc Raetsky, Podolsk 1 992 -57/(302).
dc 1 3 .ii,f6? ! ii,f6 1 4. ct:l cS ct:l d4+ Adamek­
Raetsky, Mlada Boleslav 1992. 1 05 14.Ei:e8 Ei:e8 I S .�gS ct:l e4 1 6 .�e4 Ei:e4
9.ct:l bd2 97/6 ii,g41D.
- ••• 1 7 . ct:l g3 �f3 1 8 .�f3 Y2-Y2 Kavalek-Tal,
9.Ei:e1 Ei:e8 1 O. ct:l bd2 ct:l c6 I l . c3 ii,f8 1 2 .Ei:e8 Tilburg 1 980.
�e8 1 3 . ct:l f 1 ii,hS 1 4. ct:l g 3 ii,g6= Sutovsky­
Alterman, Israel ch 1 994. 1 06 5 ...ii,f5?? 6.�e2 ( 1 -0 Zapata-Anand,
9.c3 ct:l bd7 1 O. ct:l bd2 c6 1 1 .�c2 Ei:e8 1 2 .h3 Bie1 1988) �e7 7 . ct:l dS+-.
ii,hS 1 3 . ct:l h4 ii,f8 1 4. ct:l df3 dS I S .ii,gS �c7
1 6.Ei:ae 1 ii,f3 1 7 . ct:l f3 ii,d6 = Borgo-Arlandi, 1 07 9.ii,d3? g 6 1 O . � d4 ii,d6 1 1 .�h4

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[ 1 1 .0-0 tLlc6 1 2 .tWh4 tWh4 1 3 . tLl h4 tLl b4+] 1 O.tWc2 tWe7 1 1 .0-0 0-0 1 2 .1::1 e 1 c6 1 3 .�f4t/
E%eS 1 2 .�e2 tWh4 1 3 . tLl h4 tLl c6 1 4. c 3 gS t Panchenko-Knezevic, Dubna 1979] S .h3
I S . tLl f3 g4�1+ Gunsberg-Schlechter, �hS 9 . 0-0 �e7 1 O.�f4 0-0 1 1 . 1::1 e l tLl c6
Monte Carlo 1902; (Semenova-Fatalibekova, Alma Ata 1981)
9.d4 E%eS 1 O. tLl eS tLl c6 [ 1 O . . . �d6] 1 1 .�c4 1 2 . g4 �g6 1 3 . tLl eS t Forintos, Haag;
ILl e S 1 2 .de �b4 1 3 . c3 �d6 1 4 . f4 tWh4 1 S . g3 B) 7 . tLl eS �fS [7 . . . �d6 S .�gS ] S . tLl e2 �d6
�hS 1 6 .�e2 �g4°o Perlis-Fleischmann, 9 . tLl g3 t Nimzovich-Cohn, Barmen 1 905;
Barmen 1905 . C) 7 .�gS �e7 S .�d3
C l ) S " .�g4? ! 9 . h3 �hS 1 O.tWe2 0-0 1 1 . 0-
1 08 9 ... E%e8? 1 O. tLl e S . 0-0
C l l) 1 1 . . . tLl c6? 1 2 . g4 �g6 1 3 .�g6 hg
1 09 10.d4 1::1 e S l 1 . tLl eS � eS 1 2. de 1 4 .�f6 ! �f6 l S .tWbS± Feldsherovic-Ma­
A) 1 2" .tWe7 ? 1 3 . f4 �fS 1 4.tWfS tWb4 1 S .�d2 nagadze, Erevan 1984;
�c4 1 6.tWd3± Leonhardt-Schlechter, Bar­ C 12) 1 1 . . .c6 1 2 . 1::1 h e l t ;
men 1905 ; C2) S " .O-O 9 . h 3 1::1 e S 1 0.0-0 tLl bd7 l 1 . tLl e2
B) 1 2" . tLlc6 tLl e4 1 2 . �f4 tLl df6 1 3 . tLl eS c6 1 4 . tLl g3 t
Bl) 1 3 .f4 tWh4 1 4.g3 tWh3 l S .�fl tWhS � Milivojevic-Petrovic, Smerderevska Pa­
Alekhine; lanka 1980.
B2) 1 3 .�f4 tWh4 1 4. 0-0-0 1::1 e S l S .1::1 d S tWdS 6 ...� f5
1 6 .�eS V!J.e7 1 7 . 1::1 e l tLl eS I S .tWeS tW eS A) 7 .�d3 t ;
1 9.E%eS WfS = Alekhine . B ) 7 .�f4 �e7 8 .tWd2 tLl e4 ? ! [ 8 . . . 0-0 ! ? - 1 1 2/
7.�f4] 9 .tWd3 ! [ L1tWbS] tLl g3 1 0 .tWbS c6
1 1 0 13 ...tWh6 1 4.1::1 fe l �g4 I S .h3 L1�h3 I I .tWb7± Blinov-Parutin, corr 1984;
1 6.gh V!J.h3 1 7 .�f7+- Alekhine . C) 7 . tLl h4 �g4 8 .tWd3t Forintos, Haag
13 V!J. b2 1 4 . tLl gS
••. 6 ... �g4
A) 1 4" .g6 l S .�f7 A) 7 .�f4 �e7 8 .�d3 c6 9.h3 �hS 1 O. g4
AI) I S " . WfS 1 6 .�eS WeS 1 7 . 1::1 ae 1 � L1c3 �g6 l 1 .tWdl tLl a6 1 2 . 0-0-0 tLl b4 1 3 .�g6
Alekhine; hg 1 4 . W b 1 tWd7 l S . tLl gS tLl bdS 1 6 . tLl dS
A2) I S . . . Wg7 1 6 .�e8 tWeS 1 7 .tWc3 tLl d4 tLl d S (Sievers-M.Braun, Bundesliga 1989)
I S .f4 ! !+- Alekhine; 1 7 .�g3t Forintos, Haag;
B) 14" .�e6 l S .�e6 fe 1 6.tWh7 W fS (Alek­ B) 7 .�e2 �e7 8 .�e3 0-0 9 .tWd2 c6 1 0.h3
hine-Rabinovich, Moscow 1918) 1 7 .c3�± �hS 1 1 .a3 tLl a6 1 2 .0-0 tLl c7 1 3 . 1::1 fe 1 1::1 e 8 =
Bl) 1 7 " .tWd2 l S .tWhS We7 1 9 .tWg7 WdS Koskela-Lauk, Jyvaskyla 1994.
20.E%ad 1 tWf4 2 1 .g3 tWf8 22.tLl e6+- Alek­
hine; 1 1 2 7.�e2 0 - 0 8 . 0 - 0 1::1 e 8 9 . �gS h 6
B2) 1 7 " .�eS l S .tWh5 ! m g S 1 9 .tWf7 m h S 1 0 . � h4 �fS 1 1 .h3 tLl bd7 1 2 .�d3 � d 3
20.f4 �f6 2 1 .1::1 [3 tWa 1 22.Wf2 � g S 2 3 . fg+­ 1 3 .tWd3 tLl f8= Yurkov-Shtepa, Briansk
Alekhine (-300 PartienlPanovlMoscow Russia tch 1 995.
1954). 7.�e3 �g4 8.h3 �hS 9.�d3 tLl bd7 1 O. tLl e4
(Persitzer-Mayer, Temeschburg 1 9 1 1 )
1 1 1 6 .. d5
. tLl e4 1 1 .�e4 c6= Forintos, Haag.
A ) 7.�d3 �g4 [7 . . . �e7 S . tLl e 2 tLl e4 9 . c 3 �d6 7.�g5

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A) 7 . "fie6 8 .Wd2 h6 9 .fif6 fif6 1 0.0-0-0 1 3 .�g2 lLl b6 1 4.fig6 hg l S .Wd3 Wd7 1 6J::l e2
dS 1 1 . lLl eS 0-0 1 2 . f4 [ 1 2 .We3 ! ? Forintos, fif8= Fuchs-Hennings, DDR 1968.
Haag] eS ! ? 1 3 .de WaS 1 4.a3 WeS I S . lLl dS
fieS 1 6 .fe l'l: e 8 1 7 . lLl f4 (Van der Wiel­ 1 1 4 8.h3 - I 1 217.h3.
Ostojic, Oostende 1983) lLl d7�; 8.fif4 l'l:e8 9 .Wd2 lLl e6 1 0.h3 fif8 I l . lLl e2
B) 7 . . .fig4 8 .Wd2± Keres; dS 1 2 .e3 lLl e4 1 3 .We2 fid6 1 4 . 0 - 0 fifS
C) 7 . . . 0-0 8 .Wd2 dS 9 . 0-0-0 e6 (Szavay- l S .l'l:fe l Wf6 1 6 .fi:d6 W : d6 1 7 . lLl d2 fig6=
Barasz, Berlin 1912) 1 0.fid3± i'1l'l:he 1 ; Kupreichik-Kholmov, USSR 1/2ch 1976.
D ) 7 . . . fifS i'1 8 .Wd2 lLl e4 9 . lLl e4 fie4 1 0.We3
fif3 I I . gf lLl e6+ Gutman. 1 1 5 8 ...c5 9 . h3 b6 1 0.dS fib7 I l .e4 bS
7.h3 0-0 8 .fid3 lLl e6 9 . a3 l'l:e8 1 0. 0-0 h6 1 2 .b3 as 1 3 . a4 be 1 4.be lLl a6 I S . lLl e 3 lLl b4
I l .lLle2 fif8 1 2. lLl g3 dS= I 3 .l'l:e I l'l:e l 1 4.We l 1 6.0-0 l'l:e8°o Ulibin-Sorokin, Minsk 1990.
Wd6 I S .e3 fid7 1 6 . lLl e5 l'l:e8 1 7 .f4 lLl aS
1 8 .fie3 lLl b3 1 9 . 1'l: d l eS= Tseshkovsky­ 1 1 6 1l ... h6
Smyslov, USSR 1974 - 1 8/250. A) 1 2 .fie2 dS 1 3 .fif4 fid6 1 4 .fid6 Wd6
7.fif4 ! ? 0-0 [7 . . . fifS - 1 1 l /6 ... fif5/B] 8 .Wd2 I S .Wd3 fid7= ECO Kochiev-Kholmov,
fifS 9 . 0-0-0 USSR 1 978 -25/278;
A) 9 . . . dS 1 0. lLl eS e6 1 l .f3 WaS 1 2. g4 fie6 B) 1 2 .fif4 ! ? Kholmov.
1 3 .\t>b l fib4 1 4. lLl d3 ± Chekhov-Villareal,
j wch Yugoslavia 1 975; 1 1 7 14.b4 lLl g 8 I S . lLl hfS lLl ee7 1 6 . lLl e3
B) 9 . . . e6f± i'1bS , WaS Schwarz. lLl f6 1 7 . a4 lLl eg 8 1 8 .bS lLl g4 ! ? 1 9 . 1Ll g4
A ) 1 9 . e4 ? ! l'l:e3 ! 20.fe Wh4 2 1 .h3 Wg3 22.hg
1 1 3 7 fi g4 8 . h3 fihS
.•. fid6=t ---t Ulybin-Akopian, Tbilisi 1989;
A ) 9.0-0 0-0 [9 . . . lLl e6 l O.fie3 0-0 Forintos, B) 1 9 " .fig4 20.fia3 = Akopian.
Haag] 1 0 . g4 fig6 I I . lLl h 4 fid3 1 2 .Wd 3 lLl g4
[ 1 2 . . . l'l:e8] 1 3 . lLl fS lLl f6 1 1 8 6 . . . fifS 7 . fie3 lLl e 6 8 . Wd2 a6
A I ) 1 4. \t> h l � Tarrasch; 9 . 0-0-0 fie7 1 O.l'l:g 1 Wd7 I l .fie2± Kosten·
A2) 1 4.fih6 ! ? Forintos, Haag; Hingst, Paris 1989 .
B) 9 . g4 fig6 l O.fie 3 lLl e6 I l . d S lLl b4 1 2 .fig6 6 ... lLl c6
hg 1 3 .a3 lLl a6 1 4.Wd4 lLl eS 1 5 .0-0-0 as A) 7 .fie3 fig4
1 6.We4 [ 1 6 . h4t] lLl fd7 1 7 .fid4 0-0 1 8 . h4 A I ) 8 .fie2 fie7 9 . h 3 fie6 I O.Wd2 h6 I l . a4? !
l'l:e8f± Schiffers-Caro, Vienna 1 898; Wd7 = Gomes BaIIio-Juares, Buenos Aires
C) 9 .fif4 199 1 ;
C l ) 9 . . . lLl bd7 1 O . g4 fig6 1 1 .Wd2 lLl b6 1 2 . 0- A2) 8.h3 ! ? fi h S 9 .WdS fi n 1 0 .Wt3 fie7
0 - 0 00 1/2_1/2 A m . Rodrigues - G . Garcia, 1 1 .fibS Wd7 1 2 .Wg4 Wg4 1 3 .hg a6 1 4 .fic6
Cuba ch 1 989; be 1 5 .0-0-0 �d7= Tzermiadianos-Skem­
C2) 9 . . . 0-0 bris, Iraklio 1993 ;
C21) 1 O.g4 fig6 1 1 .Wd2 lLl e6 1 2.fig6 hg B) 7 .fif4 fig4
1 3.d5 lLl aS 1 4. 0-0-0 Wd7 I S .l'l:he l l'l:fe8 B l ) 8.Wd2 Wd7 9 .0-0-0 0-0-0 l O.fibS fie7
1 6 .Wd3 b6 1 7 .WbS a6 1 8 .Wd7 lLl d7= Tal­ 1 1 .We3 We6 ! = Lakos-Saljova, Balaton·
Smyslov, Aker Brygge (aktiv) 1 989; bereny 1 993;
C22) 1 0.0-0 lLl bd7 1 1 . l'l:e 1 l'l:e8 1 2 . g4 fig6 B2) 8 .fie2 fie7 9 .Wd2 - 1 2017 ... lLl c6/B.

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6 �g4 7 . �e2 [ 7 . �e3] �e7 ? ! [7 . . . l2l c6]
... Marshall, San Sebastian 1911 .
S.iWd4 hS 9.h3 ! ? l2l c6 1 O.�g7 ii,f6 1 1 .�h8
�hS 1 2.hg �e7 1 3 .ii,e3� Gamacho-P.Gon­ 1 20 7 ... l2l d7 8 .�d2 l2l c5
sales, Pinar del Rio 1988. A) 9 . l2l d4 0-0 - 1 8;
B) 8 .�d2 l2l c 5 9 . 0-0-0 ii,g4 ! ? 1 0.ii,b5 ! ? c6
1 1 9 7.�c4 0-0 8 .0-0 ii,g4= Jaenisch . 1 1 .ii,e2
7.�d3 Bl) 1 1 . .. 0-0? 1 2 .ii,d6 ii,d6 1 3 .�d6 �d6 L1
A) 7 . . / b d7 8 .�e3 1 4. �d6 l2l e4 ? 1 5 .�d4 l2l f2 1 6 .�fl +- Rub­
AI) 8 . . .ct'l eS= Forintos, Haag; levsky;
A2) 8 . . . 0-0 B2) 1 1 . . .d5 1 2 .c4 l2l e4 1 3 .�e3 0-0 1 4 .cd
A21) 9.h4 (Showalter-Halprin, Vienna cd 1 5 . h3 ! ii,c5 1 6 .�b3 �f6 1 7 .ii,e3± Rub­
1 898) tLl eS ! ? [ 9 . . . l2l f6] L1 1 0 . ii,h7 � h 7 levsky;
I l .tLlgS � g 8 1 2 .�hS ii,fS ; B3) 1 1 . . .�a5
A22) 9.0-0 tLl f6 1 0.h3 (Walcker-Pashov­ B 3 1 ) 1 2.ii,d6 ? �a2 1 3 .�e3 l2l e6 1 4.ii,e7 �e7
sky, St.Petersburg 1 9 1 0) c S ! = L1dS Forin­ I S . l2l d4 ii,e2 1 6 .�e2 �hd8+ Rublevsky;
tos, Haag; B32) 1 2 .a3 d5 1 3 . l2l d4- l2l e4 1 4.�e3 ii,e2
A3) 8 . . . �f6 9 .�e2 0-0 1 0. 0-0-0 �e8 l 1 .h3 1 5 .�e2 O - O ! 1 6 . f3 ii,d6 1 7 .�e3 � c 7 =
CtJeS= S.Garcia-Vilela, Cuba 1983; Rublevsky;
B) 7 . . . 0-0 8 .h3 l2l d7 9 . 0-0 l2l eS= (Suech­ B33) 1 2 . <;i?bl ii,e6 [ 1 2 . . . d5 ? 1 3 . l2l d4- l2l e4
ting-Rabinovich, Karlsbad 1911) 1 0.ii,f4 1 4.�e3 ii,e2 I S .�e2 0-0 1 6.f3 ii,d6 1 7 . fe
�f6=; �f4 1 8 . �hfl ! ± ] 1 3 .c4 [ 1 3 . a3 d5 1 4. l2l d4 0-
C ) 7 . . . tLlc6 8 .�f4 ii,g4 [ 8 . . . ii,e6? ! 9 .�e2 �d7 0 =] �d2 1 4 .ii,d2 [ 1 4 . l2l d2 d5=] l2l e4 ! ?
1 0 . 0-0-0 0-0-0 1 1 .�bS ! �f6 1 2 .�eS± [ 1 4 . . . d5 1 5 . l2l d4± ] 1 5 .�e3 c 5 = Rublevsky
Gaspariants-Khachaturov, USSR 1968] 1f2_1/2 Rublevsky- Tolstikh, Russia 1 994 -
9 . h 3 �hS 1 0.g4 [0 I 0.ii,e4 Forintos, Haag] 61/(302).
�g6 (Louma-Milner-Barry, London 1947) 7 ... c6 8 .�d2 0-0 9 . 0-0-0 �a5 1 0.�b 1 ii,e6
I I .iWd2= ; 1 1 . a3 [ 1 1 . c4±] l2l a6 1 2 . l2l d 4 l2l c S 1 3 .c4 �b6
D) 7 . . . �g4 1 4.�b4 �d8 1 5 .g3 as 1 6 .�e l �d7 1 7 .ii,g2
D l ) 8.h3 �hS �e8 1 8 .�d2 �b6°o Fedorov-Grimberg,
Dll) 9.�e3 tLlc6 1 0.ii,e4 ii,g6 [ 1 O . . . �d7=] Belgrade 1988.
I I .�g6 [ 1 1 .ii,dS ! ? Forintos, Haag] hg 7 ... l2l c6 8 .�d2 l 8 .ii,d3 - 1 1 9/7.ii,d3]
1 2.iWe2 IWd7= Skoularikis-Skali, Thessa­ A ) 8 . . . ii,e6 9 .ii,d3 �d7 1 0.0-0-0 h6 1 1 .�he l
loniki 01 1988; a6 1 2 . � b l 0-0-0 1 3 . l2l d4 l2l d4 1 4 .cd �f6=
D12) 9.�f4 l2l c6 I 0 .�e2 �d7 1 1 .0-0-0 Zapata-G.Garcia, Camaguey 1987;
0-0-0 1 2 .g4ii,g6 1 3 .ii,bS �e6 1 4.�he l �e2 B) 8 . . . ii,g4 9 .ii,e2
1 S .ge2 �he8 1 6 . � de 1 � d7 1 7 . l2l d4 a6 Bl) 9 . . . 0 - 0 I O . O - O - O ± �f6 I 1 .h3 �f3
I S . ct'l c6 bc 19 .�a6 �a8 20.ii,c4 �a4 2 1 . b3 1 2 . � f3 l2l e S ! ? 1 3 . � b7 � b 8 1 4 . � d 5 c 5
�a2 22.�b 1 �aa8= Rush-Sindh, Dubai 01 (Kupreichik-Schussler, Reykjavik 1980)
1 986; I S .ii,e5± (Forintos, Haag) ii,e5 1 6.f4 ii,f6
D2) 8.�e3 tLlc6 9 .ii,e4 �d7 1 0.�d2 0-0-0 1 7 .ii,b3 Xd6;
1 1 .0-0-0 �he8 l I 1 . . .ii,f6 ! ?] 1 2 . l2l d4 ! dS B2) 9 . . . �d7
1 3 .tLlc6 IWc6 1 4 .�d5 �a6°o Nimzovich- B21) I O .h3

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B2tl) 1 0 . . . ii.f3 1 1 .ii.f3 Vf1e6 1 2 .ii.e2 0-0 ---+ Tseshkovsky-I.Zaitsev, USSR 1975 -19/
1 3 .0-0 1/2_1/2 Ivanovic-Smyslov, Bar 1 9S0; 218;
B212) 1 0 . . . ii.hS 1 1 .0-0-0 0-0-0 1 2 J'l:he 1 B 12) 1 9 .Vf1d2 dS 20.Ei:he l ±;
Ei:heS 1 3 . g4 ii.g6 1 4.ii.bS a6= Schmid-Alex­ B2) o I 3 . . . b6f! �ii.b7 [ 1 3 . . . ii.d7 ! ?] .
ander, Dublin 1957)
B213) 1 0 . . . ii.e6 I 1 . lIJ d4 lIJ d4 1 2 . c d dS 1 23 1 0 ... lIJ e6 1 1 .ii.e3 ii.gS 1 2 .f4 ii.f6±
1 3 .0-0-0 0-0 1 4 .g4 cS I S .dc ii.cs 1 6.ii.e3 Valvo-Howell, New York 1990.
Ei:fcSf! Okhotnik-Rozentalis, USSR 1988;
B22) 1 0.0-0-0 0-0-0 I I .h3 ii.e6 1 2 . lIJ gS 1 24 12.h4 lIJ f4 1 3 .Vf1f4 dS 1 4. lIJ 5 �f6
ii.gS 1 3 .ii.gS f6 1 4 .ii.e3 hS I S .c4 l1J eS 1 6 .b3 I S .ii.d3 ii.eS 1 6 .Vf1d2 1/2-IJ2 Kupreichik·
gSoo Santo-Roman-Miralles, Lyon 1988 Makarychev, USSR ch 1980/8 1 . 12.4Je6
7 ... ii.g4 S . ii.e2 0-0 9.Vf1d2 lIJ d7 1 0. 0-0-0 ii.e6 1 3 . <t!? b l = Vf1d7 1 4 . ii. d3 ( C uartas·
lIJ f6 1 I .h3 ii.hS I 2 . g4 ii.g6±/---+ » 1 3 . h4 l1J g4 Lirindzakis, Thessaloniki 01 1984) as ! ?
1 4.hS ii.e4 I S . Ei: hg l lIJ f6 1 6 . ii. h6 lIJ h S
1 7 . lIJ d4 <t!?hS I S .ii.hS gh 1 9 .Vf1h6 Ei:gS 20.ii.f3 1 25 1 2 ... lIJ d4 1 3 .cd ii.f6
ii.f3 2 1 . lIJ f3°o Ei:g6 ? ! 2 2 . lIJ eS ! Ei:g l 2 3 . lIJ f7 A) 1 4.ii.d3 ii.e6 I S . h4? ! [ o I S .<t!?b l ! ?=] cSI
<t!? g S 24 . Ei: g l � Dzindzikhashvili-Young, 1 6 .ii.gS [ 1 6. dc dc 1 7 .ii.cS Vf1c7�] h6 1 7 .d5
Philadelphia 1992. ii.d7 I S .ii.f4 bS 1 9 . c 3 [ 1 9 .ii.d6 b4+= ] c4t
Sveshnikov-Kochiev, Lvov 1978 -25/279;
1 2 1 8 . . . lIJ c6 9 . 0 - 0 - 0 ii.f6 ! ? [9 . . . ii.g4 B) 1 4 .h4 ! ?i .
1 O .ii.e2 - 1 2017 . . lIJ c6/B l ]
.

A) 1 O.h3 Ei: e S I I .g4 ii.e6 1 2 . <±i b l lIJ eS 1 26 13.f4 ii.f6 1 4 . 4J f3


1 3 .ii.g2 l1J c4 1 4 .Vf1c l cS I S . lIJ d2 ! ?oo Hickl­ A ) 1 4 . . . lIJ c S ? I S .ii.cS dc 1 6 .Vf1f2 Vf1e7 1 7 .E1el
Sievers, Bundesliga 199 1 ; Vf1fS I S .Ei:eS Vf1eS 1 9 .Vf1cs Vf1e4± Sveshnikov·
B ) 1 0 .ii.d 3 l1J eS [ 1 O . . . ii.g4 ; 1 0 . . . Ei: e S ] I I .ii.eS Kochiev, USSR ch 1977 ;
de 1 2 .Vf1e3 [ 1 2 . lIJ eS ? ! ii.eS 1 3 .ii.h7 <±ih7 B) 1 4 . . . b6 I S .ii.c4 [ I S .g4? ! ii.b7] 4J cS ! ?
1 4.Vf1d S Ei:dS I S .Ei:dS b6 1 6. Ei:e I ii.f4 ! 1 7 .<t!?b l [�ii.e6 ; I S . . . ii.b7 1 6 . ClJ g S ] 1 6 .ii.d5 Ei: b 8
ii.b7 I S .Ei:aS ii.aS 1 9 .93 ii.d6oo] Vf1e7 1 3 .h4 1 7 . ClJ d4 ii.d4 ! I S .cd lIJ e4 1 9 .Vf1d3 ClJ f6t
Ei:eS (Kholmov-Majorovas, USSR 1979 - Dolmatov-Yusupov, USSR ch 1980/ 81.
27/264) 1 4.Vf1e4 ! ? g6 1 S . g4 ii.d7 1 6.ii.c4 ii.c6
1 7 .ii.dS ii.dS I S . Ei:dS c6 1 9 .Ei:d3 Ei:adS 20.gS 1 27 14.Vf1g5 lIJ gS I S . ClJ bS ClJ e6 1 6 .Ei:e l
ii.g7 2 1 .Ei:dS Ei:dS 22.Ei:e l ± Kholmov . ii.d7 1 7 .Ei:e6 ii.bS I S . Ei:eS ii.eS= Ivanovic·
Yusupov, Vrbas 1980.
1 22 10.h3 Ei:eS
A ) I I .ii.c4 ii.e6 1 2.ii.e6 l1J e6 1 3 .ii.e3 as 1 4.h4 1 28 7 ... d5? ! S . c4 ! dc 9 .Vf1dS ii.dS 1 0.ii.c4
a4 I S . a3 Vf1d7 = Savon-Kochiev, Lvov 1978 ii.f6 1 1 .0-0-0 0-0 1 2.Ei:he I ii.g4 1 3 .ii.c S Ei:c8
-25/(279); 1 4 . ii.e7 [ 1 4 . h 3 ! ?] ClJ d7 I S . h 3 ± Nunn·
B) I l . g4 l1J e4 1 2 .Vf1e l ii.f6 1 3 .ii.e3 Mascarinas, Thessaloniki (01) 1984.
Bl) 1 3 . . . c6 1 4 . ii.d3 Vf1 as I S .ii.e4 Ei:e4 7 ... ClJ d7 S .Vf1d2 lIJ eS [ S . . O-O - 1 9 ; S . . . ClJf6
.

1 6.ii.b6 ! ii.gS [ 1 6 . . . Vf1a4 1 7 .Ei:d4 ! ; 1 6 . . . Ei:e l ? 9 .ii.d3 ii.e6 1 0 . lIJ d4 Vf1d7 I l . ClJ e 6 Vf1e6 1 2.0-
1 7 .Ei:he 1 +- ] 1 7 . lIJ gS Vf1 gS I S .ii.e3 0 0-0 1 3 .c4± J.Sanchez-Ginzburg, Mar
B t l ) I S . . . Vf1g6? 1 9 .Vf1d2 dS 20.f3 Ei:eS 2 1 .h4± del Plata 1 995]

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A) 9 .cLl d4 0-0 1 0. 0-0-0 - 1 9; D4 l l) l O.h3 iLf3 l 1 .iLf3 0 - 0 [ l l . . . Ct:l eS
A2) 9 . . . cS ! ; 1 2 . iL e2 1lJi e 6 1 3 . 0 - 0 Ct:l c4 1 4 . iLe4 1lJi c 4
8 ) 9.!e2 l S .Elfe l t ] 1 2 . 0-0-0 [ 1 2 .iLg4 fS ] El aeSt;
81) 9 . . . !d7 ? ! 1 0 .0-0-0 Ct:l f3 I I .iLf3 1lJics D412) 1 0. 0-0-0 0-0 I 1 . El he I Elae8 1 2 .h3
[ 1 1 . .. c6 1 2 . c4t 1 1 2 . iLd4t Diaz-Garcia, iLf3 1 3 .iLf3 iLf6 1 4 .iLg4t1= Nimzovich­
Cuba 1983; Marshall, St.Petersburg 1 9 1 4 ;
82) 9 . . . 0-0 1 O. Ct:l d4 cS 1 1 . Ct:l b 3 iLe6 1 2 .Eld l D42) 9 . . . 0 - 0 1 0 . 0 - 0 - 0 El e S l 1 .h3 iL h S
'tih'b6 1 3 .0-0 aS t Sznapik-Borik, Dortmund 1 2 . Elh2 [L1g4, h4] 1lJicS 1 3 . g4 iLg6 1 4 . h4 1lJig4
198 1 ; l S .hS iLe4°o Van der Wiel-Stean, Leiden
C ) 9 .!d4 !f6 [9 . . . Ct:l f3 l O.gf iLf6oo] 1 0.0- 1982.
0-0 !e6
C1) 1 1 .!eS de 1 29 8 ... d5? ! 9 . 0-0-0 e6 1 0. e4 dc [ 1 0 . . .
C l l ) I H:�e l 1lJie7 1 3 . Ct:l e S iLa2 L1 1 4 .iLbS e6 iLe6 1 1 . Ct:l d4] l 1 .1lJidS iLdS 1 2 .iLe4± Ct:l d7
I s. ctJ c6 !gS Forintos, Haag; 1 3 . El he l iLf6 1 4 . iLb3 El e S ? l S . iLa7 ! +­
C12) 1 2 .\We3 ! ?; Tolnai-Stajcic, Kecskemet 1992.
C2) 1 1 .\We3 Ct:l f3 1 2 .1lJif3 iLd4 1 3 .cd 1lJigS = 8 ... Ct:l d7 9 . 0-0-0
Taulbut-Speelman, Brighton 1 980; A) 9 . . . Ct:l eS - 1 9 ;
0) 9.0-0-0 Ct:l f3 1 0. gfiLe6 1 1 .Wb l [ 1 1 .iLd4] B ) 9 . . . c6? ! l O.c4 ! ? [ 1 O.iLgS Ct:l e S ! = M.Wer-
!f6 1 2 .!d3 [ 1 2 .iLd4 ! ?] e6 1 3 . a3 1lJiaS 1 4.f4 ner-Panzer, Bundesliga 1990] Ct:l eS I I .eS
0 - 0-0 I S .c4 1/2_1/2 Van der Wiel-Barua, Ct:l f3 1 2 . gf dc 1 3 .1lJic3--+ L1 Elg l ;
Novi Sad (01) 1990. C) 9 . . . Ct:l cS
7.JiJc6 C 1 ) 1 0. Ct:l d4
A) 8.!e2 iLf6 9.1lJid2 iLfS 1 0.0-0-0 1lJid7= C l l ) 1 O . . . dS 1 1 . f3 c6 1 2 .h4 ! Ct:l e6 1 3 . Ct:l fSt
Florian-Alexandrescu, Bucharest 1 95 1 ; Ciocaltea-Nen.Ristic, Smederevska Palan­
8) 8.!d3 [- 1 1 9] Ct:l e S = Forintos, Haag; ka 1981 -31/(366);
C) 8.h3 !fS [ S . . . Ct:l eS ! ? ] 9 . iLd3 1lJi d 7 = C 1 2) 1 0 . . . EleS 1 1 .f3 iLf6 1 2 .h4 ! ? iLh4 1 3 .iLbS
Michell-Scott, London 1 920; EleS 1 4.iLf4 iLgS I S .iLgS ElgS 1 6.g4 1lJif6
0) 8.\Wd2 (Ciocaltea-Schussler, Bochum 1981 -31/
01) 8 . . . 0-0 - 1 9; 366) 1 7 .1lJih2 ! ? h6 l S .iLe2 M4� Ciocaltea ;
02) 8 . . . Ct:leS 9 . Ct:l d4 0-0 1 0. f4 [ 1 0. 0-0-0 - C 13) 1 O . . . Ct:l e4 ! ? 1 1 .1lJid3 dSoo;
1 91 1tlg4 1 1 .0-0-0 eS 1 2 . Ct:l f3 iLe6f± Short­ C2) 1 0. h4
Condie, Brighton 1984; C21) 1 O . . . iLg4 I I .iLe2 1lJicS 1 2 . Ct:l d4 ! iLe2
03) 8 . . .!fS 9 . 0-0-0 1 3 .1lJie2 EleS 1 4 .1lJif3t Pinal-Sieiro Gon­
031 ) 9 . . . 0-0 1 O. Ct:l d4 [ 1 O.h3] Ct:l d4 l 1 .iLd4 zalez, La Habana 1983;
!g 5 Lloyd-Allen, London 1961 [ l 1 . . .1lJid7
= C22) 1 0 . . . El e S 1 1 . Ct:l g S [ L1 1 2 . Ct:l f7 W h 7
-032] ; 1 3 .iLcs d e 1 4 .1lJif4] iLgS
032) 9 . . . \Wd7 1 O. Ct:l d4? ! [ 1 0.h3 L1g4 Forin­ C22 1 ) 1 2 . hg ? ! Ct:l e4 ! 1 3 .1lJie2 ! ? Ct:l gS 1 4 .1lJihS
tos, Haag] Ct:l d4 I l .iLd4 0-0 1 2.g4? iLe4 ! Ele3 ! I S .fe 1lJie7= Kupreichik-Yusupov,
1 3 .l"i:g l 1lJia4 ! 1 4.Wb l iLgS I S .iLe3 iLe3 1 6.fe Vilnius USSR ch 1980/8 1 ;
l"i:ae8+ Rakowiecki-Halasz, Porabka 1987; C222) 1 2 .iLgS f6 1 3 .iLe3 iLe6 1 4. a3t (Ku­
04) 8 . . . !g4 9.iLe2 preichik-Szimczak, Polanica Zdroj 1981)
041) 9 . . . 1lJid7 Ct:l e4 (L1iLn Forintos, Haag) 1 S .1lJie 1 M3 t .

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1 30 9 ii.e6 1 0 . ctt b l lLl eS 1 1 . lLl d4 ii.c4
..• Cl) 1 4.b4 Elfd S l S .ii.cS iWc6� ( l S . . . Eld6?
[ l 1 . . . lLl c4 1 2.ii.c4 ii.c4 1 3 .g4 iWd7 1 4. h4::!; 1 6.iWd6 ! +-) 1 6. f4 Vaisser;
Forchert-Alles, Germany 1989] 1 2 .b3 ii.n C2) 1 4 . f4 ! ctJ g4 I S . fS iWd6 [ I S . . . EladS 1 6.fe
1 3 J''1 h fl ii.f6 1 4.h3 iWd7 I S .g4 lLl c6= Ar­ Eld6 1 7 .ef Eln I S .ii.d3± Vaisser] 1 6 .iWd6
nason-Makarychev, Reykjavik 1990. ii.d6 1 7 . Eld6 lLl e3 I S . fe
9 . . ii.g4 1 0.ii.e2 - 1 2S/7 ... lLl c61D42.
. C21) I S . . . fe 1 9 .ii.d3 El ae S [ 1 9 . . . ctJ g 2 ? !
20.ii.e4 lLl f4 2 1 .ii.b7 ElabS 22 .ii.e4±] 20.ii.e4
1 3 1 10 ... a6 1 1 .f4 ctJ g4 1 2 .ii.d3 Ele7 2 1 .Ele l ± Kramnik-Kasparov, New
A ) 1 2 . . . cS 1 3 . lLl fS c4? ! [o I 3 . . . EleS] 1 4.ii.e4 York Grand Prix (Tie-break 6' : 5 ' ) 1995;
ii.fS I S .ii.fS lLl e 3 1 6.iWe3 dS 1 7 . ctt b l ! ± Van C22) o I S . . . lLl f l 1 9 . El f l fe 2 0 . El fS Elf8
der Wiel-Yusupov, Sarajevo 1984 -37/339; 2 1 .Ele6 Elf2°o 22.Ele7 Elg2 23 .h4 Elh2 24.Elb?
B) 1 2 . . . lLl e3 1 3 .iWe3 ii.f6 1 4 .iWf3 Elh4 2S . El a7 El h 1 2 6 . @d2 hS 27 . b4 h4°o
Bl) 1 4 . . . iWd7 ? ! l S . @ b l El b S 1 6 . h 3 g 6 Vaisser.
1 7 . g4t/± (Howell-Zysk, Shariah 1985) bS
l S .ii.e4 b4 Forintos, Haag 1 9 .cb ! ? [ 1 9.c4::!;] 1 33 13.ctJ e4 EladSt.
Elb4 20.c3 Elb6 2 1 .ii.c6± ; 13.f4 ! ? ctJ g4 1 4 .fS ii.a2°o
B2) 1 4 . . . cS l s . lLl b3 [ I S . lLl fS ? c4 �iWaS ]
B21) I S . . . ii.e6 1 6 .ii.e4 iWb6 1 7 . g4 as I S .gS 1 34 1 4 . iW d6 iWd6 I S .Eld6 cb 1 6.cb ii.a2
ii.e7 1 9 . ii.dS a4 2 0 . lLl d2 a3 2 1 . b 3 ii.dS 1 7 .ii.f4 f6= Nunn-Z.Polgar, Brussels 1985.
2 2 . iWdS iWaS 2 3 . lLl et El fe8 ( Va n der
Wiel-Piket, Amsterdam 1989 -48/(415» 1 35 5 ... ctJ d7 6.d4 [6.d3 ctJ ef6 7 . d4
24.Elhg I ! ± Van der Wiel; Forintos, Haag] dS 7 .iWb3 c6 S .cd iWaS
B22) l S . . . aS 1 6 .ii.c4 a4 1 7 . lLl d2 a3 I S .b3 9 . lLl bd2 [9.ii.d2 lLl d2 I O. lLl bd2 cd I L�d3
dS ! 1 9 .ii.dS ii.c3 20. lLl c 4 iWf6 2 1 . g4 g6 22.gS ii.b4 1 2.Eld 1 0-0 1 3 .0-0 lLl f6= Marco-Wolf,
iWg7 23 .ii.b7 (Dolmatov-Anikaev, USSR Monte Carlo 1903 ] cd 1 O .ii.bS ! ± Haag.
(ch) 1979 -29/217) ii.d2 ! ! 24. ctt d 2 iWd4 5 .. c6 6 . lLl c 3
.

B221) 2S .ctt e2? EleS 26. ctt n [26 . lLl eS ii.b7 A ) 6 . . . ii.fS 7 .ii.d3 ! lLl c 3 S . dc ii.d3 9 .iWd 3 �e?
27 .iWb7 iWf4] ii.h3 ; 1 0. 0-0 0-0 l 1 . lLl d4± dS I 2 . lLl fS dc 1 3 .iWg3
B222) 2S . ctt c I = Gufeld . ii.f6 1 4.�h6---+ Balashov-M.Maciejewski,
1 0 ..ii.d7 1 l .f4 lLl g4 1 2 .ii.d3 EleS 1 3 .Elhe l
. Miedzybrodzie 1 99 1 ;
c6 1 4.ii.g 1 iWaS I S .ctt b l ii.fS 1 6.h3 lLl f6 1 7 .g4 B) 6 . . . lLl c 3 7 .dc ii.e7 S .ii.f4± �iWd2, 0-0-0
cS I S . lLl e2 lLl e4 1 9 .ii.e4 Ele4 20. lLl g3 Ela4 Forintos, Haag;
2 1 . a3 ElcS �bS ,b4 22.Ele4°o Gomez Baillo­ C) 6 . . . dS 7 . cd ctJc3 [7 . . . cd S . lLl e4 iWe7 9 .�bS
Miralles, Novi Sad 01 1 990. ii.d7 I O .�d7 lLl d7 1 1 .0-0 de 1 2 .Ele 1 ±] S .dc
cd::!; Forintos, Haag.
1 32 1l iWa5 1 2 . a3
... 5 ...d5 6 . lLl c3 [6.cd iWdS 7 . lLl c3 lLlc3 S . bc
A) 1 2 . . . a 6 ? 1 3 . lLl d6 El d S 1 4 . lLl cS ! Eld2 c S = Polugaevsky]
I S . ctJ e7 @ fS 1 6 . El d2 ctt e7 1 7 . El dS lLl d7 A) 6 . . . lLl c 3 7 . dc c6 S .iWd4 �e6 9 . lLl gS±
l S .ii.e2± Van der Wiel-Van der Sterren, Keres-Ribero, Leipzig 01 1960;
Wij k aan Zee 1984; B) 6 . . . lLl f6 7 . d4
B) 1 2 . . . EldS::!; ! ? ; B l ) 7 . . . dc ? ! S .ii.c4 ii.e7 9 . lLl eS 0-0 1 0. 0-0
C) 1 2 . . . ii.e6 1 3 . lLl d6 iWb6 lLl bd7 I 1 .iWb3 iWeS 1 2 .Ele I ± lLl b6? I 3 .�t7

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E117 1 4. LtJ 17 1 -0 Fedorov-Peterson, Las 1 O.lWb3 0-0 Forintos, Haag;
Vegas 1993; 03) S .lWb 3 lWe7 [ S . . . c5 ? 9 .fld3 1Wa5 1 0.0-0
B2) 7 . . . 11e7 CLlc3 I l .bc flc3 1 2 .flb2 flb2 1 3 . 1'l ae 1 !±
B21) S.�b3 c6 9 .cd cd I 0 .ilb5 LtJ c 6 I I . LtJ e5 Evans-Bisguier, New York 1959] 9 .fle3
fld7 1 2 .LtJd7 �d7 1 3 .11e3 1'lcS 1 4 .0-0 0-0= 03 1 ) 9 . . . 0-0 ? ! 1 0.cd flf5 [ 1 0 . . . 1'leS 1 1 . CLl e5
Marco-Fleischmann, Coburg 1 904; CLl d7 1 2 .flb5 CLl e5 1 3 . de± Kindermann]
B22) S.11g5 ! ? [Keres] dc 9.11c4 0-0 1 0 .h3 1 1 .fle2± ;
[ I O.Q-Ot] 1O . . . c6 1 1 .0-0 LtJ bd7 (Salman­ 032) 9 . . . c6 l O.fld3 [ 1 O.cd cd I l .flb5 1'10-0
Barrios, Moscow 01 1 994) 1 2 .1'le U ; Forintos, Haag ; 1 0. a3 fl c 3 1 1 .bc 0-0
B23) S.cd LtJ d5 9 .11c4 CLl c 3 [9 . . . c6? l O.ild5 1 2.fle2 dc 1 3 .flc4 CLl d6 1 4.0-0 CLl c4 1 5 .lWc4
cd I I .�b3 Forintos, Haag] l O.bc 0-0 fle6 1 6 . lW d 3 t Tol nai-Anka, Budapest
B231) I I .CLle5 CLl d7 1 2 . f4 c5 1 3 .lWb3 cd ! 1 989]
1 4. 1tJ 17 �a5 Levenfish; 0321) 1 0 . . . fle6? 1 1 .0-0 CLl c3 1 2.bc fld6
B232) I l . h3 b6 1 2 .0-0 ilb7 1 3 .1'lel CLl c 6 1 3 .c5 flc7 [ 1 3 ...flc5 1 4 .dc d4 1 5 .flg5+­
1 4.11d3 11f6 1 5 .lWc2 g6 1 6 .11h6± Tolnai­ Kindermann] 1 4. CLl g5 ! ±h Kindermann­
Mathe, Hungary 1 9 9 1 ; Forintos, West Berlin 1 987 -44/373;
B233) 1 1 . 0-0 CLl d7 1 2 . 1'l e 1 i ± Marco­ 0322) 1 0 . . . dc 1 1 .flc4 flc3 1 2 .bc CLl d6
Goncharov, Moscow 1 907; 1 3 . 0-0 CLl c4 1 4.lWc4 0-0 1 5 .lWd3t Kinder-
B3) 7 . . . 11b4 ! ? S .11g5 0-0 mann;
B31 ) 9.cd lWeS ! I'1 CLl d5 Forintos, Haag; 033) 9 . . . dc 1 0.flc4 0-0 1 1 .0-0 CLl c 3 1 2. bc
B32) 9.11ffi �f6 1 O.cd 11g4 ! I I .fle2 flf3 fld6 1 3 . 1'lfe l CLl c 6 1 4 .lWc2± Kindermann;
12.11f3 1'leS 1 3 .fle2 c6� [ 1 3 . . . c 5 ] Forintos, 034) 9 . . . ile6 ! ? 1 0.a3 [ l O.cd fld5 1 1 .lWd5
Haag; CLl c3°o Forintos, Haag] flc3 1 1 .bc c6 1 2 .cd
C) 6 . . . 11e6 cd 1 3 .c4 CLl f6 1 4. CLl g5 [ 1 4.1'lb l O-O ! Forin­
Cl) 7 . LtJ d4? IWf6 ! ; tos, Haag] dc 1 5 .lWb5 CLl c 6 1 6 . CLl e6 fe
C2) 7 . CLl dS fld5 S . cd IWd5 9 . lW a4 CLl c 6 1 7 .flc4 1'ldS= Oolmatov-Forintos, Buda­
1 O.11c4 �d7 I 1 .flb5 CLl c5 1 2 .lWa3 0-0-0:1= pest 1 982.
Thomas-Allcock, England 1 967 -3/242; 5 ... g6
C3) 7 .�c2 CLlc3 [7 . . . CLl f6 S . CLl d4 flg4 9 . cd A) 6.d4 flg7 7 .fld3 CLl f6 S . O-O [S .�e2 ! ?
flc5� Forintos, Haag] S . dc dc 9 . CLl d4 fld5 Forintos, Haag] 0-0 9 . h 3 1'leS I O. CLl c 3 CLlc6
1 0.11e3� 1'10-0-0 Gutman; 1 1 .flf4 d5= Kindermann-Knezevic, Buda­
C4) 7 .�a4 CLlc6 S .cd CLl c 3 9 . dc fld5 l O.fle3 pest 1 986;
L1O-0-0± M.Pavlovic; B) 6 . CLl c 3
D) 6 . . . 11c5 7 . d4 flb4 B l ) 6 . . . flf5 ? ? 7 .lWe2 lWe7 S . CLl d5+- ;
01) s .11d2 CLl d2 9 .1Wd2 0-0 1 O.cd CLl d7 B2) 6 . . . CLl f6 7.d4 flg7 S .lWe2 lWe7 9 .lWe7
[ 1 0 . . . 11c3 I l .bc IWd5 1 2.ile2 c5 1 3 .0-0 I'1cd4 me7 l O .flg5 1'leS [ 1 0 . . . c6 1 1 .0-0-0t
14.LtJd4 1'111f3, 1'lb I i ] I 1 .a3 1'leS 1 2 .fle2 Forintos, Haag] 1 1 .0-0-0 mfS 1 2.h3 a6t ;
(Keres-Keller, Zurich 1 959) flc3 1 3 . bc B3) 6 . . . CLl c3 7 . dc flg7 S .lWe2 [ S .flg5 ! ?
ItJb6 1 4.0-0 IWd5°o Xc4 Kindermann [ 1 4 . . . Schach Archiv] lWe7 9 .lWe7 me7 1 0.fle3
ItJ d5 1 5 .c4t Keres] ; b6 1 1 . 0-0-0 CLlc6 1 2 'fld3 [ 1 2.1'lel md7]
D2) S.�c2 IWe7 ! ? [ S . . . fle6 9 . a3 flc3 l O.bd flb7 1 3 .1'lhe I md7 1 4 .c5 bc 1 5 .flc5 1'lheS
Rantanen-Toth, Nizza 01 1 974] 9.fle3 flf5 1 6 . 1'leS 1'leS 1 7 .fle3 CLl e 5 =/t Kuzmin-

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Grember, Paris 1 986; [ l l .fie3 ctJ e7 � ctJ fS=] fifS [ 1 1 . . . ctJ e7
C) 6.d3 ctJ f6 7 . ctJ c 3 fig7 8 .IWe2 IWe7 9 .IWe7 1 2. ctJ g3 ] 1 2.fie3 ;ge8 1 3 . ctJ g 3 fig6 1 4.IWd2±
�e7 l O.figS ;ge8 1 1 .0-0-0 m f8 1 2.h3 a6 as I S .;gac l h6 1 6 .;gc3 figS ? [o I 6 " . a4f±]
( Keres- Rossetto, B uenos A i res 1 964) 1 7 .;gb3± G.Kuzmin-Yusupov, Erevan zt
1 3 . g4 ! ? (Forintos, Haag) ctJ bd7=/± � ctJ cS­ 1 982.
e6 [ 1 3 " . hSoo] . 6 ... fifS
A) 7.d4 ctJ c3 8 .bc 0-0 9 .fid3 IWd7 1 0. 0-0
1 36 6.fie2 0-0 7 . 0-0 dS [7 " . ctJ c6 -22] ctJ c6= I I .;gb l b6 1 2 .;gbS fig6 1 3 .fig6 fg !
8 . ctJ c3 [ 8 .d4 -2 1 ] ctJc3 [ 8 " . ctJ f6 9 . d4±] 1 4 .IWd3 ctJ aS + Ludolf-Vistanetskis, USSR
A) 9 . dc dc 1961;
AI) 1 0.fif4 ctJ c 6 1 1 .fic4 fid7 1 2.b4 fif6 B) 7 . ctJ e4 fie4 8 .fie2 [ 8 .d4 dS= 9 .IWb3?
1 3 .IWb3 fig4 1 4 . fidS IWc8 I S . ;g ae l ctJ e7 ctJ c6 ! + Ludolf-Maslov, USSR 1961] ctJ c6
1 6 .fie4 fie6= Conquest-Ortina, Vienna 9 . 0-0 0-0= Keres;
1989; C) 7 . ctJ d4 fig6 8 .IWf3 ctJ c 3 9 . dc [9 .IWb7 �
A2) 1 0.IWd8 ;gd8 I I .fic4± Kupreichik; fie4-+]
B) 9 .bc C l ) 9" .c6 1 O.fif4 ctJ d7 1 1 .0-0-0 [ l l .h4 fih4
Bl) 9 " .fifS l O.cd IWdS I 1 .d4 ctJ c6 1 2.;ge l 1 2 .fid6 fie7 (Forintos, Haag) 1 3 .IWe3 ] IWaS
fif6 1 3 .fif4± -cf. S . d4 dS 6 .fid3 ctJ c6 7 . 0-0 l 2 .a3 ctJ eS = Forintos, Haag;
fie7 8 . c4 ctJ b4 9 .fie2 0-0 l O . ctJ c 3 fifS I 1 . a3 C2) 9 " .IWc8= l O.h4 hS l l . g3 IWg4 ! Forintos,
ctJ c 3 1 2 . bc ctJ c6 1 3 .cd IWdS ; Haag;
B2) 9 " .cS ! ? Forintos, Haag; D) 7 . ctJ dS 0-0 8 .fie2 ;ge8 9 . 0-0
B3) 9 " .dc l O.fic4 [ 1 O. ctJ e S Kupreichik] cS 0 1 ) 9 " .fif8 1 O.d3 ctJ c S 1 I .figS IWc8 1 2 .fie3
[ 1 0 " .fig4 Kupreichik] I l .d4 tLl c6 1 2 .dS c6 1 3 . ctJ c 3 h6 1 4.b4± Tseshkovsky-Yusu·
tLl as 1 3 .fid3 fif6 pov, USSR 1 982
B31) 1 4.fie3 b6 I S .h3 fib7 1 6.IWc2 IWdS 02) 9 " . ctJ c6 1 0 . d4 fif8 I l .;ge l ctJ e7 1 2 . ctJ e3
1 7 .fih7 mh8 1 8 .;gad l IWhS 1 9 .fie4oo Ku­ fig6 1 3 . ctJ h4 c6 1 4. f3 ctJ f6 I s .fid2 dS 1 6 .cS
preichik-Przewoznik, Lvov 1986 -41/361 ; as 1 7 . a3 a4� Oolmatov-Barua, Frunse
B32) 1 4.;gb 1 ! ± � c 4 Kupreichik. 1 983.

1 37 6 ... ctJ gS 7 .d4 1 38 7.bc 0-0 8 . d4


A) 7 " . ctJ f3 8 .IWf3 0-0 9 .fid3± ; A) 8 " .;ge8 9.fie2 ctJ d7 1 0.0-0 ctJ f8 I l . ctJ e l
B) 7 " .fig4 8 .fie2 ctJ f3 9 .fiB fif3 I O.IWf3 fif5 1 2 .fid3 fid3 1 3 .IWd3 IWd7= Marco·
c6±; Maroczy, Monte Carlo 1904;
C) 7 " .0-0 8 .fie2 B) 8 " .d5 -2 1 ;
Cl) 8 " . fi g 4 ? 9 . ctJ gS fie2 1 0 . ctJ f7 fi d l C) 8 " .fifS 9 .fid3 IWd7 1 0.0-0 ctJ c6= Mi·
I 1 . tLl d 8 fid8 1 2. tLl d l tLl c6 1 3 .fie3 fif6 1 4.dS chell-Hooper, London 1922;
tLl b4 I S .�d2±; 0) 8 " . ctJ c6 9 .fie2
C2) 8 " . ctJ c 6 01) 9 " .fifS
C 2 1 ) 9 . dS ctJ f3 l O.fif3 ctJ eS 1 I .fie2 fS 1 2 . f4 0 1 1) l O.d5 ctJ e5 I l . ctJ d4 fid7 1 2.f4 ctJ g6
ctJ g4 1 3 .fig4oo Martinovic-Kurajica, Sa­ 1 3 . 0-0 fif6 1 4.IWc2 ;ge8 I S .;Gb l ;Gb8 1 6.fid3
rajevo 1981; c6°° Gi.Hernandez-Am.Rodriguez, Ha·
C22) 9 . 0- 0 ctJ f3 1 0 . fi B fif6 I l . ctJ e2 ! vana 1 99 1 ;

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D12) 1 0.0-0 Ei:eS 1 1 .�e3 �g6 [ 1 1 . . .�f6 - A) 9 " .0-0 1 0.0-0 etJ e5 1 1 .�b7 Ei:bS 1 2 .�e4
I S3/9.tLlc31B 1 ] 1 2 .lWd2 �f6 1 3 .Ei:ad l lWd7°o mhS 1 3 .h3 �f3 1 4.�f3 etJ e4 1 5 .�d5 etJb6
I.Gurevich-Howell, Hastings (op) 1991/ 1 6 .�b3± Keres-Mikenas, Parnu 1960;
92. B) 9 " .lWd7 1 O.�e3 [ 1 0 .lWd3 0-0-0 ll etJ e 5 =
02) 9 . . . 1f6 1 O.Ei:b l [ 1 0 . 0-0 - 1 5 3/9.ltJc3] Timman] �f5 ! 1 1 .�f5 IWf5 1 2 .lWd5 ! IWd5
b6 1 1 .0-0 h6 1 2 .�a3 ? ! Ei:eS't L.Sanchez­ 1 3 .ed etJ e5 [ 1 3 " .etJ b S I 4. etJ d4 a6 1 5 . etJ f5 �f6
Ramo, Spain tch 1 994. 1 6 . 0-0-0;1: Timman] 1 4. etJ e5 de 1 5 .�e2
�d7 ! ;1:/= Timman-Yusupov, Hilversum m
1 39 7 ...0-0 S .lWe 2 etJ d7 9 .�d3 h6 I 0 .�e3 1 986.
ILleS 1 1 .1h7 [ 1 1 .1e5 de 1 2 .0-0-0 �d6
1 3 .�h7 �hS 1 4.�f5= Veenink-Kashdan, 1 42 14.Ei:e3 0-0-0= Maroczy-Marshall,
Prague 193 1 ] �hS 1 2 . 0-0-0;1: Forintos, San Sebastian 1 9 1 1 .
Haa g.
7...lLld7 S.1e2 0-0 9 . 0-0 etJ e 5 1 43 6 . . . etJ c6 7 . d5 etJ e5 S . etJ bd2 [ S . etJ d4 ! ?]
A ) 1 0.1e3 1f6 [ 1 O . . . f5 Forintos, Haag] �f5 9 . etJ d4 �g6 1 0.ctJ e4 �e4 1 1 . f3 �g6 1 2 .f4
I I .We2 g6 1 2 .Ei:ad l 1f5= Ivanov-Rozen­ e5 1 3 . etJ e2 �h4 ? ! [ l 3 " . etJ d7oo] 1 4.g3 �e4
talis, Vilnius 1983; 1 5 . fe �h l 1 6 .lWg4 �e7 1 7 .lWg7 mS 1 S .�h6
B) 1 0. 1Ll d4 1f6 1 1 .�f3 �e5 1 2 .�e3 IWf6 �e4 1 9 . 0-0-0---+ Forintos, Haag.
1 3 .1dS e6 1 4.f4 1d4 1 5 .�d4 IWg6 1 6.�f3 6 ... �g4
�fS= Dolmatov-Rozentalis, USSR 1 983. A) 7 . h 3 �h5
A I ) S .�d3 etJ f6 [ S " . etJ g 5 ]
1 40 8.1ft �g4 9 . �e2 IWd7 1 0 . lW d 2 A l l ) 9 . etJ e 3 - 1 45/7 ... etJ f61B2;
0-0-0 1 1 . 0-0-0 h 6 1 2.h3 �e6= 1 3 . etJ d4 A12) 9 . etJ bd2 d5 1 0. 0-0 0-0 I 1 .b3 etJ e 6
ILl d4 14.ed lWa4= Teichmann-Marshall, 1 2.�b2 (Bouwmeester-Barendregt, Bever­
San Sebastian 1 9 1 1 . wijk 1 960) Ei:eS= ;
8.�e3 1f5 9 .�e2 0 - 0 1 0. 0-0 Ei:eS 1 1 . a4 A 13) 9 .lWb3 b 6 ? ! [ 9 " .�f3 1 0.gf etJ e6oo]
�f6 1 2.a5 a6 1 3 . etJ d4 etJ d4 1 4.ed e5 1 5 .�f3 1 0 . etJ e 3 0-0 I I .�e3 �g6 1 2 .�g6 hg 1 3 .0-0
�e4 1 6 .1e4 Ei:e4 1 7 .lWe2 lWe7 I S .de de etJ bd7 1 4 . Ei:ad l Ei:eS 1 5 .e5 ! ± Anderssen­
1 9 .1eS Vf1e6= Sveshnikov-Plaskett, Pitschel, Vienna 1 873;
Hastings 1 984/85. A2) S . lWb3 etJ d7 ! [ S " . lWe S ? ? 9 . lWb5+-]
8.1e2 1fS 9 . 0-0 0-0 1 0.lWb3 Ei:bS 1 1 .�e3 9.lWb7 �f3 1 O . gf etJ g5 1 1 .�g5 �g5 1 2 .lWe4
Wd7 1 2 .Ei:ad l b6 13 .Ei:d2 Ei:fe8 1 4 .lWd l h6 m fS 1 3 . etJ e3 etJ f6 1 4 .lWf5 �h6� Tal ­
I S . lLl d4 etJ d4 1 6 .�d4 IWe6= Lau-Yusupov, Smyslov, USSR 1 974;
Baden Baden 1 995. B) 7 .lWb3 lWeS [7 . . . etJ d7 ! -A2)] S .�d3 etJ f6
9 .�e3 etJ bd7 l O . etJ bd2 as I I .a4 etJ b6 1 2 .0-
1 4 1 8 ... 0-0 9 .lWe2 h6 [9" .g6 (Kerkhof­ 0 0-0 1 3 .Ei:fe l IWd7 1 4 .d5± Marco-Caro,
Pergericht, B russel 1 986) 1 O .�h6 Ei:eS Vienna 1 898;
1 1 .0-0;1:] 1 O.1e3 �g4 1 1 .0-0-0 �f3 1 2.gf C) 7 .�e2 0-0 S . O-O
ILl eS 1 3 .1e2 1WeS 1 4.Ei:hg l lWe6 1 5 .f4 ! etJ e4 C 1 ) S " .d5 9 . ed IWd5 l O. etJ e 3 etJe3 1 1 . be etJ e6
1 6.1d4 f6 1 7 .lWg6± B osch-Heintze, Die­ 1 2.Ei:b l;!: Forintos, Haag;
re n 1990. C2) S . . . etJ e 6
8 ...1g4 9.1e4 C 2 1 ) 9 .�e3 �f6 I 0 . etJ bd2 etJ d2 1 1 .lWd2 d5=

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Forintos, Haag; A2) 1 O. CLl c3 CLl c 3 1 I .bc:!:: ;
C22) 9 .dS:!:: ; B) 8 . . . c6 9 . CLl c 3 CLl f6 ? ! [9 . . . CLl c 3 ] 1 O.1&b3 dc
C3) 8 . . . j"ge8 9 .1&c2 CLl f6 1 O.CLlc3 c6 [ 1 O . . . CLl c6 I I .�c4 CLl bd7 1 2 . CLl eS CLl e S [ 1 2 . . . 1& e 8 ?
1 L�e3 dS 1 2.j"gad l dc 1 3 . CLl eS ! :!:: ] I l . h 3 �hS 1 3 . j"ge l CLl b6 1 4.�f7 j"gf7 I S . CLl f7 1&f8 1 6.�g5
1 2 .�f4 (Stoica-Lau, Luzern 1 985 -411 CLl fdS 1 7 .CLl dS 1-0 Kindermann-Radulov,
(361)) �g6 1 3 .�d3 �hS 1 4 . g4:!:: Stoica. West Berlin 1986] 1 3 .de:!:: Kindermann.
D) 7 .�d 3 CLl f6 8 .0-0 CLl c6 [ 8 . . . CLl bd7 9 . CLl bd2
c6? ! 1 0.j"ge l 0-0 I I . CLl f 1 :!:: (Goldman-Sie­ 1 45 7 ... f5 ? ! 8 . 0 - 0 [ 8 .1&c2 j"g e 8 9 . 0-0
dinja, USSR 1986) L1�hS 1 2 . CLl g3 �g6 Forintos, Haag] c6
1 3 . CLl fS ; 8 . . . cS ! ? "Schachs " l 9 .�e3 0-0 A) 9.j"ge l dS 1 0 . CLl eS CLl d7
I 0.CLlc3 j"ge8 I I . h3 �hS - 1 4SI7 ... CLl f6/B212; AI) 1 1 .f3 ? CLl eS 1 2.de �cS 1 3 .�e3 �e3
6 ... d5 1 4. j"ge3 1&b6-+ Marco-Tinsley, Hastings
A) 7 .�d3 1895;
AI) 7 . . . CLl f6 8 . CLl c 3 0-0 9 .0-0 �g4 A2) 1 1 . CLl d7= Forintos, Haag;
A l l) 1 0 . h 3 dc I I .�h7 \ii h7 1 2.hg CLl g4 B) 9 . CLl c 3 dS 1 O.1&b3 1&b6 1 l .cd 1&b3 1 2 .ab
1 3 .j"ge I 00 1/2_1/2 G.Hernandes-Schwartzman, CLl c 3 1 3 .bc cd 1 4.�f4:!:: M.Pavlovic.
St.John 1988; 7 ... CLl f6
A12) 1 O.cd ! ? CLl dS I I .h3 L1�hS ? 1 2 .�h7 - A) 8 .h3 dS [ 8 . . . CLl c 6 9 . CLl c 3 dS 1 0 .0-0 CLl b4
1 4SI7 ... CLl f6/B 211 ; - S . d4 dS 6 .�d3 �e7 7 . 0-0 CLl c6 8 .c4 CLl f6
A2) 7 . . . �b4 -S .d4 dS 6 .�d3 �d6 7 .c4; 9 . CLl c3 0-0 1 O.h3 CLl b4] 9 . 0-0 dc 1 0.�c4
B) 7 . CLl c3 CLlc3 8 .bc CLl bd7 1 1 . CLl c3 CLl b6 1 2 .�b3 CLl bdS 1 3 . j"ge l
B l ) 8 . . . �e6 9 .1&b3 b6 1 O.cd 1&dS I l .c4 1&d6 c6 1 4 .�gS �e6:!:: -ECO D20/3;
1 2 .�d3 0-0 1 3 .�e4 c6 1 4.0-0 CLl d7 I S . a4:!:: B) 8 . CLl c 3 �g4
Tempone-Sorokin, Argentine 1994; Bl) 9 .1&b3 CLl c6 1 0 .�e3 dS ! ? 1 1 .cd �f3
B2) 8 . . . 0-0 [ 1 1 . . . CLl b4 1 2 . CLl e'5 CLl d 3 1 3 . CLl d3 j"g b 8
B21) 9 .�e2 CLl c6 1 0 .0-0 �e6 I I .j"gb l CLl aS 1 4. 0-0 �d6 I S .�gS �fS 1 6 . CLl eS± Smagin­
1 2 .cd �dS 1 3 .1&a4 c6 1 4. c4 ! ? CLl c4 I S . j"gb7 Schwarz, Naberznie Chelni 1988] 1 2. gf
CLl b6 1 6 .1&a6 �d6 1 7 .j"ga7 j"ga7 1 8 .1&a7 j"ge8 CLl b4 1 3 .�e4 c6 1 4 .dc bc� Smagin;
1 9 .�e3 CLl c4� Fereira-Miralles, Thessa­ B2) 9.h3 �hS
loniki (01) 1988; B21) 1 0.0-0
B22) 9.cd 1&dS 1 O.�e2 �fS 1 1 .0-0 CLl d7 ! ? B211) 1 0 . . . dS ? 1 1 .cd CLl dS 1 2 .�h7 \ii h7
[ 1 l . . . CLl c 6 - 1 3 6/B l ] 1 2. CLl d 2 CLl b6 1 3 . a4 1&d7 1 3 . CLl g S �gS 1 4.1&hS \ii g 8 1 S .�gS± Tseitlin­
1 4.�f3 c6 I S . aS CLl dS 1 6 .1&b3 j"gfe8 1 7 . CLl c4 Karasev, USSR 197 1 ;
�f6 1 8 .�a3 j"ge6= Kupreichik-Agzamov, B 2 1 2 ) 1 O . . . CLl c6 1 1 .�e3 d S [ 1 1 . . .j"ge8 1 2 .�e2
Frunze 1985 -40/(382) . h6 1 3 .1&b3 1&c8 1 4. j"gae l (Pinter-Petran,
Salgotarjan 1974) �f8:!:: Forintos, Haag;
1 44 7.� e2 dS 8 .0-0 B213) 1 O . . . c6 1 1 .�f4 [ l l .dS ! ?:!:: ] dS 1 2 .c5
A) 8 . . . cS 9 . cd 1&dS [ 1 2.g4 ! ? �g6 1 3 . CLl eSoo] b6f± 1 3 .g4 �g6
AI) 1 0 .�e3 CLl c6 I I . CLl c3 CLl c 3 1 2 .bc cd 1 4.b4 as I S .�g6 hg 1 6.a3 CLl e4 1 7 .1&d3=
1 3 . CLl d4 CLl d4 1 4 . �d4 �cS l S . �f3 1&d6 Stohl ;
1 6 .j"gel �e6 17 .�b7 1/2_1/2 Bischoff-Bruk, B214) 1 O . . . cS l l . dS CLl bd7 1 2.�f4 a6 1 3 .g4
Bern zt 1990; �g6 1 4.�g6 hg I S . j"gel j"ge8 1 6.1&d3 1&a5

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17 .�e2 �fS I S .Ei:ae 1 Ei:e2 1 9 .Ei:e2 bS ! = Ilijin­ 1 l .gft dS 1 2 .ed CLl aS 1 3 .We2 .btb4 1 4 .0-0-
Cepon, Bled 1994 ; O± WdS l S .<j;b l h6 1 6 .Ei:hg l .id2 1 7 . .btd2
B22) 1 0.�e3 CLl f3 1 8 . .bth6 CLl g l 1 9 .Ei:g l Ei:feS 20 . .ih7 1-0
B221) 1 O . . . eS I l .dS Ei:eS 1 2 .0-0 [ 1 2 . g4 ! ?] Malishauskas-Sorokin, USSR 1 987.
iLl bd7 1 3 .�e2 �JS I 4 .Ei:e l CLl e4 1 S . CLl e4 Ei:e4
1 6.iLld2 1/2_1/2 Ghinda-Tischbierek, Pots­ 1 47 14.CLl d5 CLl a6 I S . eS .bte6°o Akopian.
dam 1 9 85; 14.<j;d2 CLl e6 I S . CLl dS Ei:aeS 1 6 . <j; e3 CLl e7
B222) 1 0 . . . CLl bd7 1 1 .g4 .i g 6 1 2 . .i g 6 1 7 . CLl e 3
[ 1 2.1We2 ! ? Kupreichik] hg 1 3 .We2± e 6 A) 1 7 . . . a6 1 S . h4 g4 1 9 .b4 eS
1 4 .0-0-0 [ 1 4. gS ! ? Kupreichik] dS ! oo AI) 20.de de 2 1 .bS ab 22.eb e4 ! 23 . .bte4
Kupreichik-H.Olafsson, Winnipeg 1986. .btbS 24 . .ib7 Ei:b8 2S . .ie4 g 3 ! 26 . f3 g6°o
7.. . d5 S.O-O CLl e6 -S .d4. Kupreichik-Rozentalis, USSR 1982;
A2) 20.be de 2 1 .dS bS 22.a3± Kupreichik;
1 46 8.0-0 CLl f3 9 .Wf3 CLle6 1 0 . CLl e3 fS B) 1 7 . . . <j; fS
[ 1 0 . . . tLld4? 1 1 .We4 CLl fS 1 2 .g4+-] 1 1 ..bte3 B1) I S . h4 g4 1 9 . 9 3 CLl g S 2 0 . Ei: he l CLl f6
g5 1 2.1WhS WeS 1 3 .WeS Ei:eS 1 4 . CLl dS .idS 2 1 . CLl e 2 e S = Kengis-Akopian, USSR 1990
15 .�fe 1 f4 1 6 ..btd2 Ei:fS 1 7 . .bte3 as I S . Ei:e2 -49/(363);
�g4 1 9 .f3 .bthS 2 0 . Ei: ae l CLl b4 ! 2 1 . CLl b4 B2) I S . g4 g6 [ I S . . . CLl g6 1 9 . .btg6 fg 20.h4 ! ±
[2 1 .�b4 ab 22 . CLl b4 eS= Schussler] ab Akopian] 1 9 .h4 g h 20.Ei:h4 <j;g7 2 I .gS Ei:h8=
22.�b4 .btf6 ! = Chiburdanidze-Kahiani, Kupreichik-Akopian, USSR 1990 -49/363.
Tbilisi 199 1 . 14.h4 g4 l S . CLl dS CLl a6 1 6 . cj;>d2 e6 1 7 . CLl e3
8.iLlfd2 CLl e6 [ S . . . fS 9 . f4 CLl e6 1 O . CLl f3 ± ] eS l S .dS Ei:eS 1 9 .Ei:he l CLl e7 20 . CLl fl Ei:aeS
9.iLlb3 tLl b4 l O.O-O [ 1 O.f4? ! .btg4 I l .Wd2 2 1 . CLl g3 fS = Kupreich i k - Howell, Bad
iLl f3 ! ! 1 2.gf .bth4 1 3 .<j;n .bth3 1 4 .cj;>e2 as ! + Woerishoefen 1995.
Kupreichik-Skembris, Debrecen 1992 -56/
326] tLld3 I l .Wd3 g6 ! ?oo Skembris [ 1 1 . . .h6 1 48 6.d4 dS ! 7. CLl e3 [7 . .btd3 .btb4] .btb4
1 2.f4 MS±] . A) 8 . .btd2 CLl d2 9.Wd 2 0-0 1 0.ed Ei:e8 1 1 ..ie2
8.iLlc3 CLl e7 1 2 . 0-0 CLl dS I 3 . .bte4 CLlb6 1 4 . .btb3 .bte6=
A) S . . . tLl e6 9 . CLl gS .btgS 1 O .WhS Ei: e S Prasad-Ye Rongguang, Calcutta 199 1 ;
1 1 . � d l ! ? L1h6 1 2 . .igS WgS 1 3 .WgS hg B) S .We2 We7 9 ..bt e 3 .btfS !
1 4.tLldS ; B l ) 1 O.We l ? CLl e3 1 1 . be .bta3 1 2.Wd 2 CLl b4 !+
B) S . . . .ig4 9 . .bte2 CLl f3 1 O . .btf3 .btf3 1 1 .Wf3 Kupreichik-Mikhalchishin, Kuj bishev
c6 [ 1 l . . .CLle6 1 2 . .bte3 .igS± Tseshkovsky­ 1986;
Makarychev, USSR 1979] 1 2.dS eS 1 3 . .btf4 B2) 1 O .a3 .bte3 I l .be CLl d6 [ 1 1 . . . CLl g3 1 2 .Wb3
iLld7 1 4.Wg3 CLl f6 1 S . .bth6 CLl hS 1 6.Wg4 WeS ! CLl h l 1 3 .Wb7 0-0 1 4 .We6oo] 1 2 .Wb3 de
M5 , �gSoo Makarychev; 1 3 . .bte4 CLl e4 1 4 .We4 .bte4 I S .dSoo Mikhal­
C) S . . . tLl f3 9 .Wf3 CLl e 6 1 O . .bte3 .btf6 1 1 .0-0 chishin.
g6 1 2 .1Wf4 .ig7 1 3 .Ei:ad l CLl e7 1 4 .Wh4 .btfS 6.CLlc3
1 5 .�h6 .btd3 Y2-Y2 Kuczynski-Rozentalis, A) 6 . . . CLl f6? ! 7 . d4 dS S . .btgS de 9 ..bte4 .bte7
Bundesliga 1995 1 0 .dS CLl aS I I ..ibS e6 1 2 .de Wd l 1 3 .Ei:d l be
8.�e3 tLl e6 [S . . . fS ; S . . . e6 L1Ei:eS, CLl d7-fS 14 . .bte2 h6 1 S ..btf4 0-0 1 6.0-0±1± Balashov­
Forintos, Haag] 9 . CLl bd2 .btg4 1 0 .Wb3 .btf3 Fochtler, Schwaebische Gmuend 1995;

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B) 6 . . . CLl c3 1 53 9.d5 CLl e7 I O . CLl a3 [ I O .fld3 flfS
B l ) 7 .bc fle7 S .d4 I I . ge I CLl cS + Makaryehev] geS I I . CLl c 2 h6
B l l ) S . . .flfS 9 . dS CLl bS I O. CLl d4t "Wd7 l l .fle3 1 2 .ge 1 as 1 3 .gb 1 flfS 1 4.fle3 (Kholmov­
0- 0 1 2 . CLl fS "WfS 1 3 .fld3 "W c S 1 4 . gb l t Raetsky, USSR 1988) flh7 = .
Szymehak-Pandavos, Naleezow 1988; 9.CLl e3 CLl c 3 I O .bc
B 12) S . . .flf6 9 .fld3 ; A ) IO . . . CLl aS I l .flf4 [ l l .fle3 ! ?] geS 1 2 . CLl d2
B2) 7 .dc [ 1 2 . g e l ] c S 1 3 . CLl b3 flfS 1 4 . fld3 fld3
B 2 1 ) 7 . . . flg4 S .fle2 [ S .h3 ! ? Forintos, Haag] I S ."Wd3 cd 1 6 .cd dS= Perenyi-Michaelsen,
fle7 9.h3 flfS l o .flf4 "Wd7 1 1 ."Wd2 flf6 ! Berlin 1988;
1 2 . 0-0-0 0-0-0 1 3 .g4 flg6 1 4.ghe l gheS= B) 1 0 . . . geS l l .fle3
Marj anovie-Mikhalehishin, Saraj evo B l ) l l . . .flfS 1 2.h3 h6 [ 1 2 . . . "Wd7 ! ? Forintos,
1985; Haag] 1 3 . "W d2 flh7 1 4 . g ad l [ 1 4 . g ae l
B22) 7 . . . fle7 -20; Forintos, Haag] "Wd7 I S . CLl h 2 "WfS 1 6 . CLl g4
B23) 7 . . . flfS S . CLl d4 CLl d4 9 ."Wd4 "We7 I O.fle2 flgS 1 7 .f4 ? ! [ 1 7 . gb l ! ?t Kupreichik] flh4
"We4 l/2-l/2 Chiburdanidze-Agzamov, Frun­ I S . g b l "Wc2 1 9 ."Wc2 flc2 2 0 . g b2 fle4°o
ze 1985. Kupreichik-Forintos, Budapest 1988;
B2) 1 1 . . . CLl e7 1 2 . iWd2 flg4 ? ! [ o I 2 . . . b6
1 49 7.d4 Kupreichik] 1 3 .h3 flf3 1 4.flf3 c6 I S . gab l
A) 7 . . . dS S . O-O fle6 9 . c S t Makaryehev; g b S 1 6 . "W c 2 t Kupreiehik-Sehussler,
B) 7 . . .flf6 S . O-O 0-0 -22 . Malmo 1987/88 -45/350 ;
B3) 1 1 . . . b6 ! ? Kupreichik.
1 50 7 ... fl e6 9.h3 geS
A) S.d4 dS 9 .cd fldS I O. CLl c3 CLl c 3 I l . bc A) I O. CLl c 3 ? CLl d4 ! I I . CLl d4 fld4 1 2 ."Wd4 CLl c3
0-0 1 2 .fle3 flf6= Borriss-G.Hernendez, 1 3 ."Wc3 ge2=t Makaryehev;
Santjago j weh 1990 B) I O.fle3 ? CLl g3 ! + Makaryehev;
B) S . CLl c3 CLl c3 9.bc 0-0 I O.gb I b6 l l .d3 ( l O . ge l = Makaryehev)
flf6 1 2 ."Wc2 dS 1 3 . CLl d2 "Wd7 l/2-1f2 Benja­ C) l o .flf4? ! flfS [ I O . . . gS l l .fle3 CLl g3 ? !
min-Seirawan, New York 1989. 1 2 . fgoo Makaryehev] I I . ge l "Wd7
C l ) 1 2 . CLl a3 ?
1 5 1 8. CLl e3 CLlc3= [ S . . . flfS 9 . CLl dS ! ?t ] . C l l) 1 2 . . . flh3 1 3 .gh "Wh3 1 4 .fle3 ! CLl g3 !
8.d3 CLl f6 9 . CLl c 3 I S . CLl h2 ! (Chiburdanidze-Makaryehev,
A ) 9 . . . b 6 ? l O.d4 flb7 1 1 .dS CLl eS 1 2 . CLl d4 Frunze 1985 -40/380) CLl e2 1 6 .ge2 CLl d4
CLl fd7 1 3 .fle3 geS 1 4 ."Wd2 CLl g6 I S . b4± 1 7 .fld4 ge2 I S ."We2 fld4+ Makaryehev;
Kuzmin-Sagal, Nizza 1 974; C12) 1 2 . . . CLl b4 ! =t [llh6, as �j , X CLl a3 ]
B) 9 . . . dS= Forintos, Haag. Makaryehev;
C2) 1 2 .flf l [ ll CLl c3] CLl b4°o Makaryehev.
1 52 8 ... d5 9.cd CLl b4 I O. CLl c3 CLlc3 I l .bc 9.fl d3 flfS l O.ge l geS= Makaryehev .
CLl dS 1 2 ."Wb3 flf6 1 3 .c4 geS 1 4 .ge l [ 1 4.cd
ge2 I S .fle3 c6 1 6.dc bc 1 7 ."Wc4 gb2 I S ."Wc6 1 54 9 ... d5 I O. CLl c3 CLl c 3 I l .bc dc 1 2 .flc4
fle6� Kloenne-Panzer, Bundesliga 1989/ flg4 1 3 .h3 flhS 1 4.fle2 CLl aS I S ."Wa4 c6 1 6.c4
90] CLl e7 I s .flb2t. cSoo 1 7 . gad l flf3 I s .flf3 cd 1 9.cS "WeS=
Kindermann-Tisehbierek, Budapest 1987.

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1 55 10.�b3 tLlg5 1 1 .�d3 g6 1 2. tLl g 5 �g5 1.2.3. Game 1
1 3 . li::l c3 �e6 1 4.�d2 �e3 1 5 .fe d5 1 6 .cd
id5 1 7 .Ei:f2 �d7 1 8 .Ei:afl Ei:e7 1 9.e4 �e4 Kupreichik - Yusupov
20.d5 tLld8 2 1 .� d4 f5+ Mainka-Davidovic, USSR Ch (Vilnius) 1 9 80/8 1
Dortmund II 1988.
10.li::l a3 l .e4 e5 2.tLl f3 tLl f6 3.tLl xe5 d6 4.tLlf3 tLl xe4
A) 1 0" .�g4 I l . tLl c2 d5 1 2 .c5 5.tLlc3 tLl xc3 6.dc �e7
AI) 1 2 " . tLl g5 1 3 . tLl g5 �e2 1 4 .�e2 �g5
a b c d e f 9 h
1 5 .Wb5 �e3 1 6 . fe �d7 1 7 . Ei: f4± King­
Gruen, Bundesliga 1 988;
A2) 1 2 " .a6= Forintos, Haag; 7

B) 1 0" .�f5 I I . tLl c2 tLl g 5 = M.Pavlovic. 6


5
1 56 10 . . . � g4 I l .h3 �h5 1 2 . tLl e4 Ei:e4 4
1 3 .�d3°o �g4 Makarychev. 3
2
1 57 1l.tLlb3?! d5 1 2 .Ei:c 1 [ 1 2.cd tLl b4+]
dc [ 1 2 " tLl b4 1 3 . a3 dc 1 4.�c4 tLl d5 1 5 .�d5
.
a b c d f h
e 9
Wd5 1 6.Ei:c7� Makarychev] 1 3 .�c4 tLl d6
1 4.ie2 tLl b4+ Kupreichik-Makarychev, The system with queenside castl ing is
Frunze 1985 -40/381 . White ' s most aggressive option. In this
lU 'lc1 as position he faces the following dilemma:
A ) 1 1 . . :�d7 1 2 .d5 tLl e7 1 3 .�d4 tLl d2 1 4.�d2 where to develop his dark-square bishop ­
id4 1 5 . tLl d4± Nijboer-Finegold, Wijk aan
at e3 or f4? B l ac k ' s plans are conditioned
Zee II 199 1 ;
by the position of Whit e ' s dark- sq uare
B) 1 2.d5 tLl b4 1 3 . a3 tLl a6°o M.Pavlovic.
bishop. After 7. �e3 the black knight has
the opportunity to move to e5 . If White
1 58 14.�e2= Makarychev.
takes control of this square, by developing
his bi shop at f4, then B lack should nor­
mally direct his knight to c 5 .
7.�e3 tLl d7 ! ? 8.�d2 0-0
The order of moves chosen by B l ack gives
him the additional possibil ity after 8 " . tLl e5
9 . 0-0-0 (or 9 . tLl d4 c5) tLl xf3 of switching
to the set-up with queenside castl ing ( 1 2 8/
7 " . tLl d7 ) .
9.0-0-0 tLl c5
As stated above, 9 " . tLl e5 is a plausible al­
ternativ e . After 1 0 . tLl d4 c 5 I l . CLl b5 �e6
1 2 . tLl xd6 �b6 1 3 . b4 �xd6 B l ack maintains
the balance, according to modern theory.

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At the moment when this game was played, tion in h i s later g ame against Szimczak,
such nuances were still unknown. B lack Polanica Zdroj 1 98 1 .
strives for counterpl ay o n the e-file and 1 2 ... ct'l e4 !
plans to use the e4-square as a bridgehead Attacking the g5 -paw n .
(a similar strategy is used in position 2 8 ) . 13.lWe2 ! ?
10.h4 ! ? 1 3 . lW d 5 ? ! w o u l d b e w r o n g i n v i e w o f
The logical development o f White ' s play. 1 3 ...c6.
He prepares an advance on the kingside and 1 3 ... ct'l xgS 1 4.lWhS
takes control of g5 . I O . ct'l d4 is less promis­
a b c d e f 9 h
ing, as B l ack can reply with play in the cen­
8 8
tre : 1 O . . . ct'l e4 l l IWd3 d5 (- 1 29/8 . . . ct'l d7/C I ) .
7 7
1 0 ... EJ:e8
6 6
a b c d e f 9 h 5 5
8 8 4 4
7 7 3 3
6 6 2 2
5 5

4 4 a b c d f h
e 9
3 3
2
My opponent was counting on this move,
2
planning to move into close combat. After
1 4 . . . h6 1 5 .�d4 ct'l e6 White has an interest­
a b c d e f 9 h
ing tactical possibility : 1 6 .�xg7 ! ! ct'l xg7
1 O . . . �g4 deserves consideration here, al­ 1 7 .lWxh6 f5 ! 1 8 .E1d3 f4 1 9 .1Wxf4, with un­
though in the game Pinal-Sieiro, Havana clear play. I did not want to fal l in with
1 98 3 , White had the superior position af­ White ' s w i shes and I took the correct deci­
ter 1 1 . �e2 IW c8 1 2 . ct'l d4 ! �xe2 1 3 .lWxe2 sion from the practical point of v iew, radi­
EJ:e8 l 4.1Wf3 . B lack ' s last move has a latent cally changing the course of the game.
drawback-it weakens the f7-pawn. And in­ 14 ... E1xe3!
deed, Kupreichik, a master of attack, seizes The exchange sacrifice does not yield Black
the opportunity to assume the offensive and an advantage, but it enables him to keep
his next move brings about the first seri­ h i s opponent at a d istance . White is no
ous threat i n the game : 1 2 . ct'l xf7 litxf7 1 3 . longer the aggressor and has to defend care­
�xc5 dc 1 4.lWf4+. fully, which does not suit the style of my
1l.ct'lgS! �xgS 12.hg? ! opponent.
White overestimates his chances. It would lS.fe lWe7 1 6.�c4 ! h6 ! ?
have been more prudent to be content with B l ac k has gained positional compensation
the b ishop pair advantage and to choose for the sacrificed exchange, based on his
the prosaic 1 2.�xg5 f6 1 3 .�e3 �e6 1 4.a3t. good pawn structure and very strong knight.
Kupreichik in fact opted for this continua- The e3 -pawn impedes the activ ation of the

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white pieces. For this reason, 1 6 . . . iWxe3+ 23 ...iWc7 !
1 7 . W b l !e6°o was not i n the spirit of the B y activ ating his rook and threatening to
position. double rooks on the f-file, White was hop­
17.l:%hel !e6 l 8.iWh4 ing to provoke a favourable queen ex­
Bringing the queen back into play. c h an g e . T h u s , 23 . . . iWe6 2 4 . iW xe6 E1 x e 6
18... E1e8 19.iWd4 a6 20.!dS 2 5 .c4 (with the idea ofEld3 -b3 ) would lead
to a better endgame for White. But B lack
a b c d e f
efficiently regroups his forces, avoiding the
8 8
queen exchange.
7
24.E1fS
6 6
If 2 4 . E1 f4 , then 24 . . . E1 e 5 2 5 . E1 xe4 E1 x d 5
5 5
26.lhd5 m f8 .
4 4 2 4...g 6 2S.E1f4 Ei:eS 26.iWd3 iWe7
3 3
a b c d e f 9 h
2 2
8 8
7 7
a b c d e f 9 h
6
White tries to provoke a weakening of 5 5
Black's pawn structure . However, he does 4 4
not succeed in gaining any real counterplay : 3 3
the black pieces coordinate perfectly and
2 2
the knight, after moving to a powerful po­
sition in the centre, will significantly re­
a b c d e f 9 h
strict White's attacking chances .
20 ... c5! ? 27.a4
Solving the problem o f the queenside. The The success of Black's operation is evident:
d6-pawn w i l l be w e l l protected b y the he has pushed the white queen back from
knight from e4 . its active position and has effic iently re­
21 .�d3 !xdS 22.iWxdS ct::J e4� 23J:l:fl grouped his pieces. However, instead of the
text move White had an opportunity to ini­
a b c d e f 9 h
tiate acti ve play and to prevent the further
8 8
consolidation of the b l ac k piec e s . After
7 7
27.E1dfl ct::J g5 (27 . . . f6 2 8 . Ei:xf6 ! ) 2 8 . Ei: d l he
6 6
would have maintained the balance (27 .. .f5
5 5 is too risky in view of 2 8 .g4).
4 4 27 ...iWe6
3 3 With the ideas of . . . g5 and . . . iWa2.
2 2 28.mbl ? !
2 8 . c4 was stronger.
a b c d e f 9 h 28 ... hS+

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White ' s inaccuracies have allowed B l ack Depriving White of his l ast counter­
to seize the initiative. Now he i mproves his chances .
position on the kingside . 48.e4
29.c4 g5 ! 30JU3 h4 3 1 .'@rb3 '@rd7 32.'@rb6 Or 4 S . E1d7 E1fS + 4 9 . � g l g 3 ! -+ .
3 2 . � c I , with the idea ofl"i:d5 , was stronger. 4 8. . .� e 5 49.i>e3 h3 50.gh g h 5 1 .i>f2 �g5!
32 ... i>g7 33.�d3 �e7 34.�f1 52.E1d3
In time-trouble B l ack makes a safe move. If 5 2 . E1 d S , then 5 2 . . . h2 5 3 .E1hS E1hS .
Instead, 34 . . . IWg4 deserved serious consid­ 52 ... h2 53.�dl � g l
eration. T h e pawn ending is lost.
34 ... f6 35.�fd l '@rg4 ! ? 36.�xd6 White resigned.
By returning the exchange, White tries to
c h ange the u nfav ourab l e course of the
game.
36 ... tt:l xd6 37.'@rxd6 �f7
If 3 7 . . . �xe3, then 3 S .'@rdS, with counter­
play.
38.�d2?
A time-trouble mistake. White should have
centrali sed his queen b y 3 s .IWd5 ! 't .
3 8 . . . '@r x c 4 =t 3 9 . b 3 '@r c 3 4 0 . � d3 '@r e S
4 1 .'@rd8 '@rc7
4 1 . . . IWe4 also demanded attention. Now the
situation has changed and it is B l ack who
is trying to exchange the queens.
42.'@rd5
4 2 . IW a S ? was bad in v i e w of 42 . . . � fS !
43 .'@ra7 a5 ! -+ . If 42.IWe S , then 42 . . . IWc6
43 .IWbS c4-+ .
42 ...'@rc6 43.i>c1 ! ?
4 3 . c 4 l o s e s a fte r 4 3 . . . IW x d 5 4 4 . c d f5
4S . i> c 2 i> f6 46 . a5 g4 47 . i> c 3 h3 4 S .gh gh
4 9 . i> c 4 h 2 5 0 . � d l � h 7 5 1 . E1 h l i> e 5
5 2 . i> xc5 i>e4-+ . This v ariation illustrates
well B lack ' s plan in this endgame : to cre­
ate a passed pawn and place his rook be­
hind it.
43 ...'@rxd5 44J:'!xd5 g4 45.i> d l
45 . E1 x c S l o s e s immediately after 45 . . . h3
46.gh g3 .
45 ... i>g6 46.i>e2 �h7 47.i>f2 �h5-+

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1.2.4. Exercises

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8

7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

16 9... ? 19 6.?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

17 8. . ?
. 20 1 2.?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

18 2 1 .? 21 1 7.?

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It�
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e h

8 8 8
7 7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

22 17. . .7 25 9. . .7

a b c d e h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

23 8.7 26 15. . .7

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8
7 7 7

6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3

2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

24 1 5.7 27 12. . .7

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Il�
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e h

8 8 8
7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

28 l7. . .? 31 22 . . . ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

29 8.? 32 23 . . ?
.

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

30 1 7.? 33 1 1 .?

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a b c d e f 9 h a b c d e f 9 h

8 8 8
7 7 7
6 6 6
5 5 5
4 4 4

3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e f 9 h a b c d e f 9 h

34 22 . . . ? 37 IO. . . ?

a b c d e f 9 h

8 8
7 7
1.2.5. Answers.
6 6
5 5
Ex. 1 6 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lZ'l f3 l2l f6 3.l2l e5 d6 4.1Llf3
4 4
l2l e4 5.d3 l2lf6 6.d4 �g4 7.l2lbd2 �e7 8.�d3
3 3
0-0 9.0-0) Pi neh u k-Dvoretsky, Kiev 1976
2 2
B l ack now has an interesting strategic reo
source: 9 ... e5 ! ? (9 . . . l2l c 6 is a good alterna·
a b c d e f 9 h
tive: l O.c3 �d7 l l . � e l �ae8 1 2 . l2l fl ihS
35 9. . .? 1 3 . l2l g3 � g6 H r a e e k - H a b a , St.Mesto
1 992) .
The text move enables B l ack to exert pres·
sure on the centre and to bring about favour·
a b c d e f 9 h able simplification. After 1 0.h3 �h5 n.de
8 8 d e 1 2 . l2l e4 l2l e 6 1 3 . l2l g3 � g 6 1 4 . ig6
7 7 [ 1 4. l2l f5 l2l b4] hg 15.e3 �d6 16.�a4 ILleS
6 6 the chances are equal .
5 5
-97/6 ...�g4/D.
4 4
Ex. 1 7 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.l2lf3 l2l f6 3.l2l e5 d6 4.lLlfJ
3
l2l e4 5.d3 l2l f6 6.d4 �e7 7.�d3 0-0 8.h3)
2 2
Psakhis-Mikhalchishin, Minsk 1986
To destroy White ' s centre. B l ack employs
a b c d f 9 h
e
a strategic method analogous to that in the
36 l l .? previous example.

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8 ... cS! It is important that White cannot an­ lLl e4 S . lLl c3 dS 6.'?Ne2 �e7 7.lLle4 de 8.'?Ne4
swer d4-d5 . 0-0 9.�c4 �d6 10.0-0 �e8 11 .'?Nd3 lLl c6)
9.0-0 ltJc6 1O.ltJc3 [or 1 0.c3 d5 1 1 .dc �c5 Alekhine-A.Rabinovich, Moscow 1918
1 2./tJ bd2 h6 1 3 .ctJ b3 �b6= Psakhis] lLl b4 One of the efficient ways of converting an
llJlel h6 12.�f4 �e6 13.�f1 lLl bdS [ 1 3 . . . advantage consists in seizing the initiative
'Wb6 ! ?] 14. lLl dS lLl dS I S.�g3 �f6 1 6.c3 at the expense of extra materi al . In this ex­
�b6=. ample White repays a "debt" with interest !
1 00/C. 12.b3 ! ! '?Nf6 13.�b2 '?Nb2 14.lLl gS The point
of the combination . White develops a v ery
Ex. 1 8 (1 .e4 eS 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLleS d6 4.lLlf3 strong attack with mini mal forces.
�e4 S.d3 ltJf6 6.d4 �e7 7.�e2 0-0 8.0-0 14 ...�e6
irs 9.c4 �e8 1 0 . lLl c3 �f8 l l . � el lLl e4 Accordi ng to Alekhine, 1 4 . . . g6 does not
1 2 . ltJ e4 �e4 1 3 .�gS �e7 1 4 . � e7 � e 7 help in view of 1 5 .�f7 <J1g7 (or 1 5 . . . <J1f8
l s.id3 �f3 1 6 .'?Nf3 lLl c6 1 7 .'?Nf4 '?Nd7 1 6 .�e8 <J1e8 1 7 . �ae l 11 c 3 --+ ) 1 6 .�e8 Wie5
18.l"le4 �ae8 19.�ael �e4 20.�e4 lLl b4??) 1 7 .Wic3 CLl d4 1 8 . f4 ! !+-.
Nunn-Plaskett, London 1986 I S.�e6 fe 16.Wih7 @f8 -Pos . 2 l
The weakness of the back rank is a regu­ - 1 1 0.
larly occurring tactical motif in the Petroff
Defence. Ex . 2 1 (Continuation of Ex.20)
21.�rS ! l"le6 22.dS+- lLl d3 23.de fe 24.'?Ne6 The leitmotif of the combination in posi­
�e6 2S.�e6 @f7 26.�e2, and B l ack re­ tion 20 was diverti ng the queen from de­
signed. fending the kingside. White should have
developed thi s theme by playing 17.c3 !
Ex. 1 9 (1 .e4 eS 2.lLl f3 lLl f6 3.lLlxeS d6 4.lLlf3 Now the following lines are possible:
� xe4 S.ltJ c3 �fS??) Zapata-Anand, Biel 1 ) I 7 . . . Wid2 1 8 . Wi h8 cJJ e7 I 9 . Wi g7 cJJ d 8
1988 2 0 . � ad l Wi f4 2 1 . g 3 Wi f8 2 2 . CLl e 6 + - or
Even very strong players sometimes fal l 2 1 . . .Wif5 2 2 . CLl f7 cJJ c 8 2 3 . �d6 ! (Alekhine ) ;
prey to credulity. The game Miles-Christ­ 2) 1 7 . . . � e 5 1 8 .Wih5 ! cJJ g 8 1 9 .Wif7 cJJ h 8 20.f4
iansen, San Francisco 1987, published in �f6 2 1 . � f3 Wi a l 2 2 . <J1 f2 � g 5 2 3 . fg + ­
Chess Informant 44, saw 6 . CLl e4 �e4 7 .d3 (Alekhine) ( - 3 00 games/Panov/Moscow
ig6 8 i g5 �e7 9 .�e7 '?Ne7 1 O.�e2 CLl c6
. 1 954).
1 1 0 0 0 - 0 , and B l ac k equal i s e d . The
. - The game went 1 7 . �ae l Wif6 I 8 .Wih5 cJJ g 8
young Indian grandmaster chose thi s sim­ 1 9 .�e3 �f4? [0 I9 ... CLl d4 20.�h3 g6 2 1 .Wih7
ple way in the hope of equalising easily. cJJ f8 2 2 . Wi d7 ! �e7 ( 2 2 . . . <J1 g 8 ? 2 3 . � h 8 ! )
However, after 6.'?Ne2 B lack resigned i n 2 3 . CLl h7± Alekhine] 20.Wih7 <J1f8 2 1 .Wih8
view of the inevitable loss of a piece (6 . . . cJJ e 7 22.�e6 Wie6 23 .Wig7 <J1d6 24 . CLl e6 �e6
WJe7 7 . /tJ d 5 ) . 2 5 . d4 �ae8 26.c4 � 8e7 27 .Wif8 �e4 28.Wif5
I hope that this curious example w i l l moti­ �d4 29.c5 mate.
vate the reader to consider even the author ' s
recommendations more critically ! Ex.22 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLleS d6 4.lLlf3
lLl e4 S.lLlc3 lLl f6 6.d4 �e7 7.h3 0-0 8.�d3
Ex .20 (1.e4 eS 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.lLlf3 lLl c6 9.a3 � e 8 1 0. 0 - 0 h6 1 l . lLl e2 �f8

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12.tDg3 d5 13.:ge1 :gel 14.\'Ne1 \'Nd6 15.c3 19.Wifd2 d5 20.f3 :ge8 21 .h4 h5? 22.:gdgl
.id7 1 6 . tD e5 :g e 8 1 7 . f4) Tseshkovsky­ hg 23.fg b6 24.h5 Wife6 25.:ge 1 f6 26.h6 gh
Smyslov, USSR 1974 27 . .id4 1-0
The standard reaction against White ' s set­ - 1 22 .
up is a counter-blow in the centre with the
pawn advance c7-cS . A knight manoeuvre E x . 2 S ( 1 .e4 e 5 2.tDf3 tD f6 3.tDe5 d6 4.ttJf3
prepares this advance: tD e4 5.tDc3 tD c3 6.dc .ie7 7 ..if4 0-0 8.'1Mid2
17 ... tD a5 ! 18 .ie3 tD b3 19.:gd1 c5 20 ..ic2
• tD d7 9.0-0-0) Sveshnikov-Kochiev, Lvov
\'Nb6 21.dc .ic5 22 ..ic5 tD c5 23.\'Nf2 .ia4 1978
24 ..ia4 tD a4, and a draw was agreed . B l ac k ' s next move ful fi l s more than one
purpose. It opens the way to the g4-square
Ex.23 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.tDf3 tD f6 3.tDe5 d6 4.tDf3 for his l ight-square bishop while his knight
tD e4 5 . tD c3 tD f6 6.d4 d 5 7 . tD e5 .i f5 ) aims at the central e4- and e6-squares.
Nimzovich- Cohn, Barmen-B 1905 9 ... tD c5 10.tDd4 :ge8 1 1 .f3 tDe6 12 ..ie3 ttJ d4
The white knight at c3 i s passive. Gaining a An alternative i s 1 2 . . . .igS -Pos .27.
tempo by attacking the bishop, White trans­ 13.cd .if6 1 4 . .id3 [ 1 4 . h4 ! ?] .ie6 1 5.h4
fers his knight to a more active post at g3 [o l S . @b l ! ?=] -Pos .26.
(an analogous idea is used i n l ine 1 7 ) . See - 1 8 for more detai l s .
8.tDe2 ! ? .id6 9.tD g3t (- I I 1 /6. . .d5/B)
9 . . . .ie4 1 0.f3 .ig6 I I ..igS h6 1 2 . .ih4 \'Ne7 Ex.26 (Continuation o f Ex.25)
1 3 . .ibS c6 1 4 .0-0 .ieS I S .de WifcS 1 6 .gf2 B l ack seizes the initiative on the queenside
� fd7 1 7 . .id3 0-0 1 8 .f4 � a6 1 9 .Wifg4 @h7 with a standard advance: 15 ... c5 ! 16 . .igS
20.Wifd7 .id3 2 1 .cd � b4 22 . .ie7 Wifd4 23 . gd l ( l 6 . dc dc 1 7 . .icS Wifc7 --t ) h6 17.d5 .id7
� d 3 24.WiffS 1 -0 18 ..if4 b5 19.c3 (if 1 9 . .id6, then 1 9 . . . b4+)
c4+
Ex.24 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.tDf3 tD f6 3.tDe5 d6 4.tDf3 B l ack's initiative is quite dangerous (- 1 25).
tD e4 5.tDc3 tD c3 6.dc .ie7 7 ..if4 0-0 8.Wifd2 However, with precise play White manages
tD d7 9.0-0-0 tD c5 to.h3 :ge8 1 l.g4 tD e4 to equalise: 20 . .ic2 b4! 21 .cb as 22.b5 Wb6
1 2 .\'Ne1 .if6 1 3 . .i e 3 c 6 1 4 . .i d3 \'N a 5 ) [0 23 . . . Wifc7 ! ] 23.a4 .ib5 ! 24.ab \'NbS
Tseshkovsky-I.Zaitsev, USSR 1975 25.:gde1 Wifb2 26.Wd1 \'Na1 27.Wifc1 \'Nd4
White exploits the weakness of the back 28.Wifd2 Wifa1 drawn .
rank with an unusual blow (the same motif
features in Pos . 1 8) : E x . 27 (Continuation o f Ex.25) Dolmatov·
15 . .ie4 :ge4 1 6 ..ib6 ! .ig5 Yusupov, USSR ch (Vilnius) 1980
1 6 . . . ge I is met by 1 7 . ghe 1 . The point of 12 ... .ig5 ( l 2 . . . � d4 -Ex .2S)
the comb i n ation is revealed in the l i ne After thi s move White faces the fol l owing
1 6 . . . Wifa4 1 7 .gd4 ! ! choice: whether to allow a simplification of
1 7 . tD g5 \'Ng5 1 8 . .ie3 \'Ng6? [ o I 8 . . . Wife7 the position ( - 1 8 ) or to weaken the e4-
1 9 .Wifd2 dS 20.ghe U: :] square.
After thi s mistake White develops a dan­ 13.f4 .if6 14.tDf3 b6
gerous attack, using the opposite-coloured Opening the main diagonal for the bi shop
bishops. and preparing for the knight to go to cS .

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IS.1e4 [ 1 5 .g4? ! ib7] ltJ eS [� ie6 ; 1 5 . . . Ex . 3 1 (Continuation of Ex.30)
�b7 ? ! 1 6 JtJ g5 ] 1 6.idS � b 8 1 7 . ltJ d4 - Fol lowing the maxim "the best form of de­
Pos .28. fence is attack", B l ack moves on to the of­
fensive:
Ex.28 (Continuation of Ex.27) 2 2 . . . E1 d 8 ! 2 3 . � fS ( 2 3 . � b 7 is m e t by
Exploiting the weakne s s of the central 23 . . . iWd6 ! , threatening mate and 24 . . . ic3 )
square e4, Black seizes the initi ative. �b6 ! ! (the point o f B lack's defence) 24.�h7
17...1d4! 18.cd ltJ e4 19.�d3 ltJ f6 ! (- 1 261 mf8 2S.�al �e3 26.a3 g6 27.ig6, and a
B) 20.1f3 dS 21.�del ig4 22.h3 if3 23.gf draw was agreed.
�hS 24.E1hgl �f6+ .
Ex . 3 2 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJ eS d6 4.ltJf3
Ex.29 (1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 4.ltJf3 ltJ e4 S.ltJc3 ltJ c3 6.dc ie7 7.ie3 0-0 8.�d2
�e4 S.llJc3 llJ c3 6.dc ie7 7.ie3 dS) Nunn­ ltJ d7 9.ltJd4 ltJ eS 1 0.0-0-0 a6 11.f4 ltJ g4
Masearinas, Thessaloniki 01 1984 12.id3 ltJ e3 13.�e3 if6 14.�f3 cS lS.ltJb3
White gets the better chances after a stand­ as 16.ic4 a4 17.ltJd2 a3 1 8.b3 dS 19.idS
ard blow which improves his pawn struc­ ic3 20. ltJ c4 �f6 2 1 .g4 g6 22.gS �g7
ture (the d5 pawn i s more central ! ) and 23.ib7) Dolmatov-Anikaev, USSR ch
opens the game (which is i n his favour due Minsk 1979
to a be tte r development of his pieces). In the game B l ack opted for 23 . . . ib7 , but
8.e4! de 9.�d8 id8 10.ic4 if6 11.0-0-0 after 24.iWb7 ib4 2 5 . m b 1 EJ:ad8 26.�f3 EJ:d4
0-0 1 2 . E1 hel ig4 1 3 .ieS �c8 1 4 .ie7 27 .EJ:d4 cd 28 .�d5 he did not gain sufficient
1 1 4.h3 ! ?] llJ d7 I S.h3t [- 1 2 817 . . . dS] if3 compensation for the sacrificed pawn and
16J''\ d7 1c6 17.�dd l E1e8 18.if6 gf 19.E1e8 gradually lost. Instead, a veiled tactical blow
Ele8 20.idS idS 2 1 .E1dS. The ending i s would have i mmediately forced a draw:
better for White. 23 ...id2 ! ! 24.md2 �d4 2S.mc1 = ( G ufeld) ,
since 25 .�e2? would be a fatal mistake in
Ex.30 (1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJ eS d6 4.ltJf3 view of 2S . . . EJ: e 8 2 6 . m f l [ 2 6 . CLl eS ib7
�e4 S.llJc3 llJ c3 6.dc ie7 7.ie3 0-0 8.�d2 27 .�b7 �f4] ih3 .
� d7 9.0-0-0 ltJ eS 10.ltJd4 a6 11.f4 ltJ g4 - 1 3 1 /10 ... a6.
1 2.1d3 cS 13.ltJfS c4? ! 14.ie4 ifS Is.ifS
� e3 16.1Mfe3 dS) Van der Wiel-Yusupov, Ex . 3 3 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 4.ltJf3
Sarajevo 1984 ltJ e4 S.c4 ie7 6.ltJ c3 ltJ gS 7.d4 0-0 8.ie2
B o t h l 7 .ie4 a n d l 7 . � f3 are m e t b y ltJ c6 9.0-0 ltJf3 10.if3 if6) G.Kuzmin­
l 7 . . .�a5 . The best move i s the prophylac­ Yusupov, Erevan zt 1982
tic 17.�bl !± (- 1 3 1 /10 ... a6) . White wins a The natural continuation I I .ie3 does not
pawn, but B l ack retai n s good draw i n g yield White any advantage after 1 1 . . . CLl e 7 �
chances o n account o f the opposite-coloured CLl fS . The subtle move 1 1 . ltJ e2! (with the
bishops. i d e a of 1 1 . . . CLl e 7 l 2 . CLl g 3 t ( - E x . 2 3 ) i s
17 ...1f6 18.�eS [ 1 8 .iWf3 ! ?±] �b8! 19.93 stronger.
Eld8 20.E1dS E1dS 21 .�dS �c7 22.ie4? ! - 11 ...ifS 12.ie3t E1e8 13.ltJg3 ig6 14.�d2
Pos. 3 l . as [ 1 4 . . . h6 I S .b4 ! ] IS.�ac1 ! ? h6 [AigS]
16Jk3 ! ? igS ? [o I 6 . . . a4 ! ?1 17.EJ:b3± (- 1 371

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6 ... ltJ gS/C22) �e3D [ 1 7 . . J'J:b8 ? 1 8 J!:b7+-] l'l:aeS, and White has only a minimal advan·
IS.fe WcS 19J�c1 [ 1 9 . h3 ! ? L1�g4±] ltJ dS tage .
[ 1 9 . . . a4 ! ?] 20.cS a4 2 1 .l'l:bc3 We6 [ 2 1 . . .
�d7 ? 22.�b7 !+-] 22.cd? ! [22.dS ! ? �eS ! Ex . 3 6 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3 . ltJ eS d6 4.ttlf3
23 .cd cd 24.e4 hSoo; 22 . <t'l e2 ! ?] -Pos . 34 ltJ e4 S.c4 �e7 6.d4 0-0 7.�d3 ltJ f6 S.ttlc3
�g4 9.h3 �hS 1 0.0-0 dS) Ma.Tseitlin­
Ex . 34 (Continuation of Ex.33) Karasev, USSR ch Leningrad 1971
The opening of the c-file would be in White prepares a typical blow on h7 .
White's favour. l 1 .cd ! ltJ dS 1 2.�h7 cj;l h7 1 3 . ltJ gS mg8
22 ... c6! = (Such intermediate moves are of­ 14.WhS �gS I S.�gS± (- 1 4S/7 ... ltJ f6IB211)
ten overlooked in the calculation of varia­ f6 1 6 .�d2 ltJ b6 1 7 . l'l: adl Wd4 I S .E1 fel
tions: a capture is automatically answered ltJ Sd7 1 9.1'l:e7 WcS 20. ltJ dS Wc2 2 1 .�h6
with a counter-capture) 23.l'l:a3 Wd6 24Jk4 l'l:aeS 22.l'l:g7 cj;lhS 23.l'l:g6 We2 24.�g7 1-0
ltJ e6 2S.l'l:ca4.
Better was 2S .E1aa4 ! ? E1ad8 26.E1c l � . After E x . 3 7 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJ eS d6 4.ttlf3
the text move B lack seizes the initiative. ltJ e4 S.c4 ltJ c6 6.d4 dS 7.ltJc3 �b4 S.We2
2S ... l'l:adS !� 26.l'l:a7 cst 27.dS b6! [L1<t'l gS ; We7 9.�e3 �fS 10.We t ? ) Kupreichik .
<t'l c7] 2S.Wf2? [ 2 8 . E1b7oo] ltJ c7 ! + 29.l'l:b7 Mikhalchishin, Kuibyshev USSR ch(lI)
ltJ dS 30.h4 ? ! ltJ e3 ! 31 .hS ltJ d l 32.hg ltJ f2 19S6
33.gf m h S 3 4 . feSW l'l: e S 3 S . m f2 Wd4 White has failed to solve his development
3 6 . cj;l fl Wb2 37.l'l:d3 c4-+ 3 S . l'l: dd7 c3 problems . With a tactical operation Black
3 9 . � d l c 2 4 0 . � c2 W c 2 4 1 . cj;l gl W a 2 prevents his opponent from castling.
[o4 1 . . . E1e l 42.cj;lh2 Wc4-+] 42.l'l:b6 Wal 10 ... ltJ c3 ! ll .bc �a3 12.Wd2 ltJ b4 ! ! (- 1 481
43.cj;lh2 Wa4 44.l'l:d3 Wh4. Here the game 6.d4IB I ) 13.cj;le2 ltJ c2 14.l'l:dl dc IS.ttle5
was adj ourned, and White decided to resign 0-0+ 16.f3 bS 1 7.g4 ltJ e3 I S.We3 �d7
without resuming. 1 9.mf2 l'l:ae8 20.Wd2 �c8-+ , and B l ack
gradually converted his extra pawn .
Ex . 3 S ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJ f3 ltJ f6 3 . ltJ eS d6 4.ltJf3
ltJ e4 S.c4 ltJ c6 6.ltJc3 ltJ c3 7.dc �e7 S.�d3
�g4 9.�e4) Timman-Yusupov, Hilversum
m 19S6
B l ack should not be in a hurry to castle.
9 ...Wd7! i s more flexible, after which he
retains the possibility of castling long . Now
1 O.�d3 0-0-0 L1 <t'l eS leads to equality. Af­
ter 10.�e3 Black realised his main positional
idea - to exchange White ' s active bishop.
1 0 ...�fS 1 1 .�f5 WfS 1 2.WdS WdS 1 3.cd
ltJ eS [ 1 3 . . . <t'l b 8 1 4 . <t'l d4 a6 I S . <t'l fS �f6
1 6 . 0 -0-0;1; Timman] 1 4 . ltJ eS de I S . m e2
m d 7 ! (- 1 4 1 1S ...�g4IB) 16.a4 as 17.cj;ld3 fS
IS.f3 hS 19.h3 h4 20.l'l:hel �d6 2 1 .l'l:e2

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Chapter 3

1.3.1. Overview

This chapter turns to the analysis of the sys­ ter chances . S ome tactical features of this
tem 5 .Vf1e2. This line has a peacefu l repu­ v ariation are considered in positions 3 8-40.
tation. A serious problem when studying B lack ' s most prudent strategy is to push
this system results from its frequent use i n for an endgame, where his slight delay in
' composed ' games (i . e ., those games, i n development is less dangerous. 7 . . . Vf1xe2+
which a draw is agreed beforehand) . Su c h has proved a rel i able continuation (-26-
games misinform rather t han c l arify the 2 8 ) . In order to neutralise White ' s pressure
subtleties of this system, which i n fact is on the e-file, B l ack often sends his knight
very complicated and rich in content. It has to e6 via the route paved by Petrosian in
belonged to the opening repertoire of prac­ his 1 969 match against Spassky : lLl b8 -a6-
tically every world champion (some exam­ c7-e6 (-27 - 2 8 ) .
ples from their practice can be found in po­ T h e M i l ner-B arry Vari ati on 7 . . lLl bd7 i s
.

sitions 40-48). White tries to make use of also a reasonable choice, especially if B l ack
his advantage in development (sometimes is bent on a more complicated struggle. It
h e has two extra tempi ) , but B lack ' s posi­ is not by chance that this line was Bron­
tion is solid and free of weaknesses. Cor­ stei n ' s favourite weapon. White ' s hopes of
rect play by both sides yields White only a gaining an advantage are often associ ated
minimal advantage. with the advance of his knight to b5 (posi­
The main starting position of the system tions 49- 5 0 ) .
occurs after 5 .. :lIjj e7 6.d3 lLl f6 7 .ig5 . Generally speaki ng, the 5 .Vf1e2 system is
The line 7 . . . ie6 (-23 - 2 5 ) leads to a com­ especially advisable for those players who
plicated middlegame, giving White the bet- l ike and know how to play the endgame .

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Jl�
1.3.2. Theory

5.Wie2
a b c d e f 9 h

6 6

5 5

4 4

3 3

a b c d e f 9 h

l . e4 e5 2 ,ctJ f3 ct:J f6 3 . ct:J e5 d6 4 . ct:J f3 ct:J e4


9
5 .Wie2 Wie 7 6 . d3 1 S ct:J f6 1 6 0 7 . 1 g 5 1 6 1

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 IS
163 1 65
23 C2l c 3 C2l e4 C2l f6 �e3 d4 �d2 �e2 0-0-0 ±
162 1 64 66 1 67 6R
�e6 C2l c6 dS I gf 0-0-0 �g 4 �e6 mb s I
1 69 171
24 0 _0_ 0 �h 4 �g 3 d4 hg C2l h4 dS
17 0 72 17 3 174 175
C2l bd7 h6 gS I C2l hS C2l g3 g4 C2l b6 �d7
17 6 17 9 Xo RI 1 X2
2S � f6 d4 0_0 _ 0 �e 4l �d3 �e3
1
h4
177 7X
h6 �f6 �e i 0-0 c6 g6 mh7
1 X3 1R5 I R7 4191
94
26 �e2 C2l c 3 �h 4 0-0-0 d4 �C l'%he1 dS I
R4 1 X6 RR 1X9 19 0 l 92 193
�e2 �e i h6 �d i C2l c6 0_0_ 0 l'%hf S l'% de8
195 197 199 21111
27 0_0 l'% fe1 d4 �d3 �e3 l'% ad1
196 9R 2111
dS I
=

c6 C2l a6 C2l c7 C2l e6 0-0 �d6


203 2 05
28 0-0-0 l'%he1 C2l e4 de C2l gS f4
202 04 20 6 7 2OX
C2l a6 C2l c i C2l e4 �g S mei0 C2l e6
20 9 213 3214
29 C2l c 3 �e2 � f4 _
0 0 0 _ h C2ld2 C2ldS �h2
210 211 212 2 15
C2l bd7 �e2 h6 g6 �g7 C2l b6 C2l fdS C2ldS 0_0
30 m 219 22O
� h4 �g 3 O-O-O l'% he1 � fl md2
216 217 221
gS C2l b6 �d7 0-0-0 �g7 l'% de8
=

31 223
�d2 C2l bS c4 a4 C2l bd4 0-0
222 224 225 226
C2l b6 C2l bdS �d7 c6 C2l c7 �e7 ±

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1 59 6.g3?! iLg4 7 .iLg2 ltJ c6+ Forintos, HZ) 9113 iL h5 1 O.g4 iL g 6 I I . iL g 2
H aag. [ l l . ltJ h4 ! ? Forintos, Haag] ltJ bd7 1 2 . ltJ d4
6.d4 �g4 7.iLe3 ltJ c6= [7 . . . d5 ] Forintos, [ 1 2 . 0-0-0±] ltJ e6 1 3 .f4 ltJ d4 1 4 .iLd4 f5
H aag. 1 5 .0-0-0± iWe2 1 6 . ltJ e2 ltJ ffi (Hodgson­
6.b3 �g4 7 .iLb2 ltJ d7 8 .d3 ltJ ef6= [8 . . . iLf3 ] Barua, London 1986) 1 7 .iLf3 ± .
Forintos, Haag.
6.h3 g6 [6 . . . d5 7 .d3 ltJ f6 8 .iLf4±] 7 . c4 ltJ c6 1 6 1 7.iWe7 ? = iLe7 8 . ltJ c 3 [ 8 . d4 iLf5 9.c3+
8.d3 ttJf6 9.iLg5 iWe2 l O.iLe2 iLg7= Forintos, Marco-Pillsbury, Budapest 1896] c6 9.iLg5
H aag. ltJ a6 1 0 . 0- 0 - 0 ltJ c7 I l .d4 iLe6 1 2 .iLd3
6.1iJ c3 ttJ c3 7 . dc 0-0= G.Mohr-Radulov, Maribor 1990.
A) 7 . . . ttJc6 8 .iLg5 [ 8 .iWe7 ? iLe7 9 .iLb5 0-0 7.ltJ c3
1 0.0-0 ttJ e5 I l . ltJ e5 ? de+ Ajem-Yusupov, A) 7 . . . c6 8 . ltJ e4 (Toth) ltJ e4 9 . de ltJ d7
Thnis 1978] iWe2 9 .iLe2 iLe7 1 0.iLe7 We7= I 0.iLf4 ltJ e5 ± Forintos, Haag;
Kochiev-Lein, Hastings 1978179; B) 7 . . . ltJ c6 8 .iLg5 iWe2 [8 . . . iLe6 -23] - 1 84/
B) 7 . . . V!ie2 8 .iLe2 ltJ c6 9 .iLf4 iLe7 [9 . . . iLf5 8 ... ltJ c6 ;
1 0.0-0-0 0-0-0= Tringov-Suetin, 1967] C ) 7 . . . h 6 8 . ltJ b5 ltJ a6 9 . c4 iWe2 1 0.iLe2 c 6
1 0.0-0-0 [ I O.ltJ d4 ltJ d4 I I .cd c6= Prand­ I I . ltJ c3 ± Forintos, Haag;
stetter-Knezevic, Prag 1983] iLg4 1 1 .!'i:he I D) 7 . . . iLe6 8 . ltJ d4 ! ? [ 8 .iLg5 -23] Toth;
0-0-0= Huebner-Seirawan, Manila (izt) E) 7 . . . iLg4 8 .iLe3 ltJ c6 [8 . . . ltJ bd7 9.h3 iLf3
1990. 1 0 .iWf3 c6 I I . O-O-O± Miguel-Cadena,
Tunja jwch 1 989] 9.h3
1 60 6.. ltJ c5
. E l ) 9 . . . iLh5 1 0 . g4 iLg6 I I .iLg2± ;
A) 7 .�g5 ? ! f6 8 .iLe3 d5 9 . ltJ bd2 iLg4 l O.h3 E2) 9 . . . iLe6
�h5 I I .g4 iLg6 1 2 .iLg2 ltJ c6+ Beratende­ E21) 1 0 . ltJ g 5 g6 1 1 . ltJ e6 fe 1 2 . d4 iLg7
Alekhine, Lissabon 194 1 ; 1 3 .0-0-0
B) 7 /iJ c3 E211) 1 3 . . . 0-0-0 ? ! (Kovacs-Petran, Bu­
B1) 7 . . . c6 8 .d4 dapest 1972) 1 4 .iWb5 ! ? Forintos, Haag;
B11) 8 . . . V!ie2 9 .iLe2 ltJ e6 I 0.d5 ltJ c7 I I .iLf4 E212) 1 3 . . . a6= Forintos, Haag;
cd 1 2 .0-0-0 iLe6 1 3 . ltJ d4 ltJ c6 1 4 . ltJ db5 E22) 1 0 .0-0-0 ltJ d 5 = ;
ILl b5 1 5 .iLb5 a6 1 6 .iL a4 d4 1 7 . ltJ e2 b5 E23) l O.d4 �iW b 5 a 6 1 1 .0-0-0 [ l l .iLg5
1 8 .�b3 g5 1 9 .iLg5 iLg7 20.ltJ f4 iLb3 2 1 . ab Forintos, Haag] ltJ b4 1 2 . a3 ltJ bd5 1 3 . ltJ d5±
0-0 22.ltJ d5± Davies-Barua, London 1992; Dely;
B12) 8 . . . ltJ c a6 9 . iLg5 iW : e2 1 0 . iL : e 2 d5 E3) 9 . . . iLf3 1 0.iWf3± d5 1 1 . ltJ d 5 ltJ d5 1 2.iWd5
1 1 .0-0-0 iLd6 1 2 . !'i:he l ltJ c7 1 3 .iLh4 f6 iWb4 1 3 .c3 iWb2 1 4 . !'i: c l iLa3 1 5 .d4 0-0
1 4.�g 3 �g3 1 5 . hg Wn 1 6 .!'i:h l ltJ d7 1 7 .iLd3 1 6 . iL d3 !'i: ad 8 1 7 .iWc4 ltJ a5 1 8 . iW a4 b 6
ILl f8± Cifuentes-Piket, Niderlande ch 1993; 1 9 . 0-0± Haag-Dely, Budapest 1 967;
B2) 7 . . . iLg4 E4) 9 . . . iLf5 1 0 . g4 iLe6 1 1 .iLg2 l 1 1 .0-0-0 ! ?
B21) 8 . ttJ d5 iWe2 9 .iLe2 ltJ e6= [9 . . . ltJ ba6] ; �d4] 0-0-0 1 2 .g5 (Mazi-Sarthou, Cannes
B22) 8 .iLe3 c6 1995) ltJ d5 = ;
B22 1 ) 9 . 0 - 0 - 0 ltJ bd7 1 0 . h 3 iL e 6 ? F) 7 . . . ltJ bd7
[0 1 0 . . . �h5 ] I l . d4± Pries-Geiger, Lienz Fl) 8 . ltJ b5 ltJ e5 ! [8 . . . ltJ d5 9 . c4 a6] 9 . ltJ e5
1988; de 1 0.iLd2 a6 I I . ltJ a3 ltJ d5 l l l . . . iLf5 Forin-

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tos, Haag] 1 2 . ltJ c4 f6 1 3 .g3 �e6 1 4.�g2 B3) S . . . �g4 9 .�f6 gf 1 0. ltJ d S �e2 [ 1 O . . . �f3
�d7 I S .0-0 �cS= Dely-Toth, Budapest - A ] 1 1 .�e2 0-0-0 1 2 . ltJ f6 �f3 1 3 .�f3
1968; �g7 1 4 .�c6 bc I S . ltJ e4 �b2 1 6 . Ei:bl �d4
F2) S .�gS -29; F3) S .�e3 ltJ b6 9 . 0-0-0 1 7 .O-O± Euwe-Van Gelder, Holland 1919.
F3 1 ) 9 . . . ltJ g4 1 0.g3= Forintos, Haag; 7 �g4
.••

F32) 9 . . . ltJ bdS l O. ltJ d S ltJ dS 1 1 .�d2 [ 1 1 .�d2 A) S . ltJ c3


ltJ e3 1 2 .Ei:e 1 �e6 1 3 .Ei:e3 g6 ! -2 1 O/8 h6/C3]
... A I ) S . . . �e2 9 .�e2 �e7 1 0. 0-0-0 [ 1 O . ltJ d4
�e2 1 2 .�e2 �e7 1 3 . Ei:he l 0-0 1 4. ltJ gS h6 �e2 1 1 . ltJ ce2 ltJ dS= Geller-S olmanis,
I S .�f3 �gS 1 6.�gS hg 1 7 .�dS c6 1 8 .�b3 USSR ch 1 948] h6 I I .�h4 ltJ bd7 [ 1 l . . . ltJ c6
as 1 9 . a4 �e6= 20.�e6 fe 2 1 .Ei:e6 Ei:f2 22. Ei:d2 - I S 6/9 ... ltJ c6/A2] 1 2 .h3 �hS 1 3 .g4 �g6
V2-1/2 Van der Wiel-Yusupov, Groningen 1 4 . ltJ d4 0-0-0 I S .f4 Ei:deS 1 6 .�f3 �d8
1994; 1 7 .�g3± Rabinovich-Kan, Moscow 1935;
G) 7 . . . �e2 S .�e2 A2) S . . . ltJ bd7 9 .0-0-0 �e2 [9 . . . 0-0-0 ? !
Gl) S . . . c6 9 . ltJ e4± Forintos, Haag; I 0.�d2 ! ltJ b 6 1 1 .Ei:el �d7 1 2 . ltJ d4 �e7
G2) S . . . g6 9 .0-0 �g7 l O. ltJ bS ltJ a6 I l .d4 1 3 . h3± Chistjakov-Shamaev, Kiev 1938]
0-0 1 2.c3 �g4 1 3 .Ei: e l Ei:feS 1 4 .�f4 ltJ dS 1 0.�e2 h6 1 1 .�h4 0-0-0 1 2 .h3 �e6
I S .�d2± 1/2_1/2 Hazai-Petran, Hungary ch 1 3 . ltJ d4± [ 1 3 .g4 gS 1 4.�g3 ltJ b6 I S . ltJ d4
1979; �d7= Richter-von Holzhausen, Bad Pyr.
G3) 8 . . . � g4 9.h3 � f3 1 0 . � f3 ltJ c 6 mont 1933 ] ;
1 1 .�e3 ( l l . ltJ dS± Forintos, Haag) 0-0-0 B) S .�f6 gf 9 .�e7
1 2 .0-0-0± 1/2-V2 Mnatsakanian-Smyslov, Bl) 9 . . . me7 1 O.�e2 [ 1 O . ltJ bd2 �h6] ltJ c6
USSR 1979; [ 1 O . . . c6 I l . ltJ bd2±] 1 1 . ltJ c3 Ei:e8 1 2 . 0-0-0
G4) S . . . �d7 9 .�gS �e7 - 1 86/9 ...� d7 ; [ 1 2 . ltJ dS mdS 1 3 . ltJ f6 �f3 ] mdS 1 3 . d4 �h6
G5) S . . . �e7 9 . ltJ bS [ 9 . 0-0 0-0 1 0.Ei:e 1 Ei:e8 1 4 .mb l ± Suetin-Roisman, USSR 1953;
1 1 .�gS mfS 1 2 .�fl c6 1 3 . ltJ e4 ltJ e4 1/2- V2 B2) 9 . . .�e7 1 0. ltJ bd2 ltJ c6 1 1 .0-0-0 0-0-0
Ivanovic-Gulko, Manila (izt) 1990 ; 9 .�gS B21) 1 2.g3 ltJ eS 1 3 .�g2 dS 1 4 .Ei:de l ltJf3
-26] ltJ a6 1 0 .c4 c6 l 1 . ltJ c3 dS 1 2 .�f4 �e6 I S .�f3 �e6 1 6 .�hS± Sokolsky-Roisman,
1 3 . 0-0-0 0-0-0= Forintos, Haag ; Minsk 1963;
G6) S . . . a6 9.�gS ltJ bd7 1 0.0-0-0 h6 1 1 .�d2 B22) I I . . . ltJ eS 1 2 .�e2±.
g6 1 2 .Ei:de l l I 2.Ei:he l ! ? �g7 1 3 .�fl mdS
1 4.h3 L1d4] �g7 1 3 .�d l mdS 1 4 . ltJ d4 ltJ b6 1 63 8.d4
l S . ltJ b 3 aS f± Zyla-Weglarz, Lubniewice A) S . . . dS ? ! 9 . ltJ c 3 c6 l O. ltJ eS± Duras-Mar­
Poland tch 1994. shall, San Sebastian 1912;
B) S . . . ltJ bd7 9 . ltJ c3 h6 1 O.�h4 gS I I .�g3
1 62 7 ltJ c6
... ltJ dS 1 2 . ltJ dS �dS 1 3 .0-0-0 0-0-0 [ 1 3 . . .
A) S .�f6 gf 9 . ltJ c3 �g4 1 0. ltJ dS �f3 l 1 .gf � e 2 = ] 1 4 .�bS c 6 I S .�aS fS 1 6 . h4 f4
[ 1 1 .�e7 ltJ e7 1 2 . ltJ f6 m d S 1 3 . gf � g 7 = 1 7 .�h2 mbSoo McDonald-Briggs, Hastings
Forintos, Haag] �e2 1 2 .�e2 0-0-0 1 3 .c3 Masters 1 995.
fS 1 4.d4 ltJ e7 I S .�c4± ; 8.c4 Forintos, Haag.8.ltJ d4 ! ?
B) S . ltJ c 3 A ) S . . . ltJ bd7 9 . ltJ c 3
B l ) S . . . �e6 -23 ; A I ) 9 . . . 0-0-0 l O. ltJ e6 �e6 1 1 .0-0-0±;
B2) S . . . �e2 9 .�e2 �e7 - I S6/9 ... ltJ c 6 ; A2) 9 . . . �g4 1 O.�e7 �e7 1 l . f3 �e6 [ 1 1 . . .�h5

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1 2 .li:lf5 ] 1 2 . ctJ e6 fe 1 3 .d4t Brohl-Gimmel, 1 6 .�e7 �e7 1 7 . ctJ dS �e5 l S . ctJ e3 �e5
Dortmund 1987; 1 9 . E1 he l �a5= Lasker-Pillsbury, St.Pe­
B) S . . . ctJe6 ! ? 9 . ctJ e6 fe 1 0.e3 h6 l L�e3 e5 tersburg 1 895;
1 2.g3 '&e6 1 3 . ctJ a 3 �e7 1 4 .�g2 0-0 1 5 . ctJ e2 B4) 1 2 . � e 3 ! ? a6t [ 1 2 . . . �e7 1 3 . � b 5 ±
ElaeS 1 6 .0-0t Payen-Forintos, Paris ch Kieninger-Schuster, Essen 1948]Forintos,
1995. Haag.
9.d4 d5 1 0.0-0-0 h6 [ 1 0 . . . 0-0-0 -9.0-0-
1 64 8 ... c6 0] 1 1 .�f6 gf
A) 9 . 0 - 0 - 0 ctJ bd7 [9 . . . h6 1 O .�d2 ctJ a6 A) 1 2 .�b5 0-0-0 1 3 .�a4 �b4= Hirsh­
I l .�e l t i1ctJd4 Balogh-Garner, corr 1959] Hermann, corr 1929;
1 0. li:l d4 ctJ e5 1 1 . ctJ e 6 ctJ e6 1 2 .�e3 d5 1 3 . d4 B) 1 2 . ctJ h4
Wle7°o Sarapu-Wallace, Aukland 1992; Bl) 1 2 . . . 0 - 0 - 0 1 3 . f4 f5 1 4 . g 3 ± i1�h3
B) 9.d4 ctJbd7 1 0 . 0-0-0 0-0-0 1 1 .�d2 h6 Euwe-Olland, m(1) 1920/2 1 ;
1 2.�h4 g5 1 3 .�g3 (Kieninger-Rotenstein, B 2 ) 1 2 . . . f5 1 3 .g3 � g 7 1 4 .�e3 0 - 0 (Euwe­
Bad Oeynhausen 1922) Forintos, Haag; Olland, m(3) 1920/2 1 ) 1 5 . f4t Forintos,
C) 9 . li:l e4 ! ? ctJ bd7 1 0 . 0 - 0 - 0 [ 1 O . e4 h6 Haag.
1 1 .�f4 Ii:l e4 1 2.de g5f± Bauer-Hassler, Urf
1 987] h6 1 1 .�h4 1 66 9 ... 0-0-0 ! ?
C l ) l l . . .g5 ? 1 2 .�g3± ctJ e4 l 3 . de d5 1 4.ed
�d5 1 5 .ctJe5 O-O-O ? 1 6 .E1d5 ! cd 1 7 . ctJ e6 ! 1 67 1 2 ...�f5 1 3 . e3 [ 1 3 . ctJ h4 �e4 1 4 . f3
Wle5 l S .�a6 ! 1 -0 Poetsch-Butler, corr �g6f± ] E1 g S 1 4 . ctJ h4t Steiner-Kluger,
1959; Hungary 1935 .
C2) 1 l . . .d5 1 2 . ctJ f6 ctJ f6 1 3 . ctJ d4t .
1 68 Zhukov-Shifman, corr 1953.
1 65 9.0-0-0 0-0-0 l O. d4 d5 I l . ctJ e5 !
[ 1 1 .'&b5 �b4= Gordon-Sharp, corr 1932]
1 69 9.d4
A) 1 l . . .'&b4 ? ! 1 2 . ctJ e6 [ 1 2 . a3 �a5 l 3 . ctJ c6
A ) 9 . . . d5 ? ! 1 0. 0-0-0 e6 I I . cj{b l h6 1 2 .�f4
be 14 .'&a6 �a6 1 5 .�a6t Seleznev-Sae­
O-O-O ? [ 1 2 . . . g5 ; 1 2 . . . �b4l 1 3 .�a6 ! ! ctJ h5
misch, Berlin 1920] be l 3 .�a6 <±?d7 1 4. ctJ a4
1 4.�e6 be 1 5 .�a6A Taube-Finotti, Ham­
ElbS 1 5 .f3± Reicher-Henning, Hamburg
burg 1 939;
1 938;
B ) 9 . . . h6 1 0.�h4 [ 1 0.�f4 ctJ d5=] g5 1 1 .�g3
B) l l . . .'&eS
ctJ d 5 = Forintos, Haag.
Bl) 1 2 .�b5 a6 1 3 .�a4 ctJ e5 [ 1 3 . . . ctJ bS ? !
9.ctJ d4 ! ?;!; - 1 63 /8. ctJ d4.
1 4 .Wa5t Morrison-Chajes, New York
1918 ] 1 4.de �a4 1 5 . ctJ a4 h6 ! = Kieninger­
Kohler, Bad Oeynhausen 1 940 ; 1 70 9 ... 0-0-0 l O.d4 d5 1 l . ctJ e5 �eS t .
B2) 1 2.ctJc6 �e6 1 3 .�f6 gf 1 4.�b5 �d6
1 5 .g3 � b S 1 6 . �g 2 h5 1 7 . cj{ b l h4= 1 7 1 10.�d2
Kieninger-Ahues, Bad Oeynhausen 1940; A) 1 0 . . . 0-0-0 1 1 . ctJ d4 �g4 1 2 .�e7 �e7
B3) 1 2 .'&f3 �e7 [ 1 2 . . . ctJ e5 1 3 . de �g4 1 3 .E1e l E1heS 1 4 .h3 �h5 1 5 . g4 �g6 1 6 .�g2t
1 4.We3 �d l 1 5 .�a7-t i1�e5 1 6.f4 Belja­ Rowley-Figelman, Los Angeles 1 99 1 ]
kov] 1 3 .�b5 ctJ e5 1 4.de ctJ d7 1 5 .�d7 �d7 B) 1 0 . . . ctJ d5 1 1 . ctJ d4t .

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1 72 10 .. 0-0-0 . 1 0 ... c6
A) I l .d4 gS [ 1 1 . . .l2J b6 1 2 .'WbS a6 1 3 .'WaS± A) 1 1 .0-0-0 dS 1 2 . ctJ eS �b4 1 3 .ctJ dS �d5
Holzhausen-Richter, corr 1 929] 1 2 .�g3 1 4 .ctJ g 6 'We6 1 S . ctJ h S 'We2 1 6.�e2 WfS 1 7 .a3
ctJ dS ! [ 1 2 . . . ctJ b6 1 3 .'WbS ! ] 1 3 . ctJ dS �dS �d6 (Morphy-Loewenthal, New Orleans
1 4.'Wd3 ctJ b6+± ; 1 850) I S . f3�;
B) I I . ctJ d4±. B) l 1 . d S c d 1 2 . 0 - 0 - 0 �e7 1 3 . ctJ d5
[ 1 3 .'WbS ? ! ctJ d7 ! 1 4.'Wb7 :1'i:bS=+ Maroczy]
1 73 11 ... 0-0-0 1 2. ctJ d4±. �dS 1 4. :1'i:dS ctJ c6 I S .'Wd2± .

1 74 13 ... ctJ b6 ! ? (Tarrasch) 1 4 .dS 1 79 11 .'W b5 ctJ d7


A) 14 . . . �d7 I S .'Wd2± ; A) 1 2 .'Wb7 :1'i:bS 1 3 .'Wc7 0-000 Forintos,
B) 1 4 . . . �g4 I S .'Wd2 ! ? 0-0-0 1 6 .'Wd4 �f3 Haag;
1 7 .gf 'WeS I S .�h3±. B) 1 2 . ctJ dS �dS 1 3 .'WdS c6 1 4.'Wb3 'We6=
Rossolimo-Tartakover, m 1948;
1 75 14 . .. d5 I S .'WbS ! 0-0-0 [ I S . . . 'Wb4 C) 1 2 .�d3 gS 1 3 . h3 0-0 1 4 .'Wb7 :1'i:abS
1 6. ctJ dS ] 1 6 .'WaS ! [ 1 6 . ctJ dS ? ? �dS 1 7 .'WdS I S .'We4 'Wg7 1 6 .b3 [ 1 6. 0-0-0]
'WgS+-] a6 1 7 .�a6±/--+ Lasker-Marshall, Cl) 1 6 . . . c S 1 7 . 0 - 0 c d I S . ctJ d S ± �
St.Petersburg 1914. Capablanca-Marshall, St. Petersburg
19 14;
1 76 9.� d2? ! ctJ c6 1 0. 0-0-0 0-0-0 1 1 . g3 C2) 1 6 . . . ctJ cS 1 7 .'We3 �f6 I S . 0-0 :1'i:feS
gS 1 2 .�g2 �g7+ Boe-Handoko, Gausdal 1 9 .'Wd2 g400 Tarrasch .
1992.
9 .� h4 1 80 12 .'Wd2 dS 1 3 . W b l ctJ d7= Mieses·
A) 9 . . . ctJ c 6 1 0 . 0 - 0 - 0 0 - 0 - 0 1 1 . d4 dS Marshall, Baden Baden 1925.
1 2 . ctJ eS ctJ eS 1 3 .de 'Wb4= Israel-Fazekas,
England 1949; 1 8 1 14.d5 cd I S . ctJ dS �dS 1 6.'WdS ctJc6:!:
B ) 9 . . . gS 1 0.�g 3 �g7 I l . d4 ctJ c6 [ 1 1 . . . ctJ dS ] Malevinsky-Gusev, USSR 1970 - 10/266.
1 2 . 0 - 0 - 0 ctJ dS 1 3 . ctJ dS [ 1 3 .'WbS ? ctJ c 3
1 4 .'Wb7 ctJ a2 =+ ] �dS 1 4 .'WbS �f3 I S . gf 1 82 Yudovich ECO.
0-0-0'1= Kupchik-Marshall, New York 1915.
1 83 8 .W e2 �e7 9 . ctJ c3 h6 1 O.�e3 c6 I l .g3
1 77 9 . gf 1 0. 0-0-0 ctJ c6
.. ctJ a6 1 2 .�g2 0-0 1 3 .:1'i:he 1 :1'i:eS 1 4. W f l �fS=
A) I l .d4 dS 1 2 .'WbS 0-0-0 1 3 .'Wa4 WbS Ivkov-Petrosian, Yugoslavia-USSR m
1 4 .�bS 'Wd6+± Cullip-Barua, Great Britan 1972.
ch 1989;
B) I I .'We4 ! ? 0 - 0 - 0 [ 1 1 . . . fS 1 2 . 'W a4 ± ] 1 84 8 . ctJ d5 [S . . . ctJ bd7 -29]
. .

1 2 . ctJ dS �dS 1 3 . 'W :d5 'W e 6 1 4 . 'W b 3 ± A) 9 . 0-0 �e7 1 0 .�e7 ctJ e7 I I . ctJ c3 �d7
Forintos, Haag. 1 2 . :1'i: fe 1 ctJ bc6 1 3 .d4 0-0-0= Liberson·
Kholmov, Alma Ata 1 969;
1 78 10 'W e7 1 1 .0-0-0 dS 1 2 . ctJ eS c6
•.. B) 9 .�d2 �e7 1 0 . ctJ c3 ctJ c3 1 1 .�c3 0-0
1 3 .f4 ctJ d7 (Steiner-Kashdan, Gyor (m) 1 2 . 0-0-0 ctJ d7 1 3 .:1'i:he l �f6= Kholmov·
1930) 1 4. g4 ! ± Levenfish Bronstein, Riga 1968;

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C) 9.c4 ! ? A) 1 0. 0-0-0
Cl) 9 . . . ttl b4 1 0 . m d2 fl e 7 I l . fl e7 'ifl e 7 A I ) 1 O . . . fld7 -9 ...fld71B;
1 2.itk3 h 6 1 3 . a3 tt'l 4c6 (Shahovic-Kneze­ A2) IO ... h6 1 1 .flh4 flg4 1 2 .h3 flhS 1 3 .g4
vic, Pancevo 1985) 1 4. l::i: he l md8 I S .b4t flg6 1 4.flg3 0-0-0 I S . d4 tt'l e4 1 6 . tU e4 fle4
Forintos, Haag; 1 7 . l::i: he l fl f6 1 8 . c 3 l::i: he8 1 9 . tU d2 fl d 5
C2) 9 .. .ttl b6 1 0. 'ifl d2 h6 I l .fle3 2 0 . fl d 3 g6 2 1 . tU e4 flg7 22.mb l ±
C21) l l . . . tU c 6 1 2 . tU d4t L'lflf3 [ 1 2 . tU c3t Chistjakov-Yudovich, Moscow 1936;
�E1b l , b4] ; B) 1 0. tU bS md8
C22) 1 1 . . . fle7 1 2 .fld4 0 - 0 1 3 . g4 ! ? t Bl) 1 1 . 0-0-0 a6 1 2 . tU c 3 t Keres
Mukhin-Voronov, USSR 1975. [ 1 2 . tU bd4t ] ;
8 ..Itl c6 9 . tU c 3 fle6 1 0 . 0-0-0 fle7 l 1 . d4 dS
. B2) 1 1 .0-0
A) 1 2.flf4 0-0-0 1 3 . tU gS fld6 1 4 . tU e6 fe B21) l l . . .a6 1 2 . tU bd4 (Kashdan-Mikenas,
l S .!d6 cd= Marco-Schlechter, Hastings Folkestone 1933) [ 1 2 . tU c3t] tU d4 1 3 . tU d4
1 895. tU d5 1 4.fle7 tU e7 1 5 .flf3 t ;
B) 1 2.tUeSt Pachman-Heidenfeld, Mari­ B22) 1 1 . . .h6 1 2 .fld2 fld7 1 3 .me l l::i: e 8 1 4.c4
anske Lazne 195 1 . tU eS I S . d4 tU f3 1 6 .flf3 t Matanovic­
Browne, Adelaide 197 1 .
1 85 9.tU bd2 tU dS 1 0.fle7 'ifl e 7 1 1 .0-0-0 9 ...flg4
iLl f4 1 2 .flfl h6 1 3 .l::i: e l md8 1 4.h4 l::i: e 8 = A) l O.h3 flh5 I l . tU d4 fle2 1 2 . m e 2 h6
Ciocaltea-Karpov, Caracas 1970 1 3 .flh4 [ 1 3 .fle3 ! ? Forintos, Haag] tt'l c6
9.c4 1 4 . tt'l 5 tU hS ! l S . tU e7 tU e7 1 6 .fle7 me7
A) 9 . . .0-0 1 0. tU c3 l::i: e 8 [ 1 0 . . . c6 1 1 .0-0-0 1 7 . tU dS md7= Smyslov-Kogan, Moscow
�fS ? ! 1 2 . tU d4 flg6 1 3 . f4 h6 1 4 . fS flh7 1938;
l S .!f4 tUbd7 1 6 .g4± Crawley-Michalet, B) 1 0. tU d4 fle2 B1) 1 1 . tU ce2 tU dS 1 2 .fle7
Groningen 1988] 1 1 .0-0-0 c6 1 2 .l::i: h e 1 h6 tU e 7 1 3 . 0 - 0 - 0 tU b c 6 1 4 . tU c6 tU c 6 =
1 3 .!f4 tU a6 1 4 . tU d4 flf8 I S .h3 fld7 1 6 .g4 Botvinnik-Smyslov, USSR (ch) 194 1 ;
g6 1 7 .flf3t Stein-Michaelsen, Hamburg B 2 ) I l . m e2t Keres.
1989; 9 fld7
•.•

B) 9 . . . h6 1 0.flf4 A) 1 0.0-0
Bl) 1 0 . . . tU a6 l 1 . tU c3 tU c s 1 2 . 0-0-0 flfS AI) 10 . . . 0-0 1 1 . l::i: fe l tU c6 1 2 .d4 [ 1 2 . tU bS
1 3 .E1hel 0-0-0 1 4.d4 tU e6 I S .flg3 l::i: h e8 l::i: ac 8 1 3 . tU fd4 tU d4 1 4. tt'l d4 l::i: fe8 I S .flf3 c6
1 6.dS tUc5 1/2_1/2 Spassky-Szabo, Solingen 1 6 . l::i: e2 tU dS= Szabo-Barcza, 195 1 ] me8
1 974; 1 3 .flbS a6 1 4.fla4t bS 1 5 .flb3 tU aS 1 6 . l::i: e 3
B2) 1 0 . . . 0-0 1 1 . tU c3 l::i: e 8 1 2 . 0 -0 fl f8 c6 1 7 . l::i: ae l mf8 1 8 .flf4 tU b7 1 9 . h 3 t
1 3 .E1fe 1 tU a6 1 4 . a3 fld7 I S . b4 c6= Karpov­ Capablanca-Kostic, Havana m(l) 1919;
Smyslov, Tilburg 1982 -34/(375); A2) 1 O . . . tt'l c6 ! ? 1 1 . me l 0-0-0 Forintos,
B3) 1O . . . tU c6 l 1 . tU c 3 flfS 1 2 .0-0-0 0-0-0 Haag;
1 3 . E1he l g5 1 4 .fle3 tU g4 1 5 . tt'l dS tU e 3 B) 1 0.0-0-0 tU c 6
1 6.iLle7 tUe7 1 7 .fe l::i: d e8= Spassky-Karpov, B 1 ) I l . l::i: he l 0-0-0 1 2 .flf6 [ 1 2. tU e4 tU e4
Hamburg 1982 -34/(375) . 1 3 .de l::i: d e8= Hennings-Bilek, 1970) flf6
1 3 . tU dS fld4 1 4 . tU e7 tU e7 1 5 . tU d4 1/2_1/2
1 86 9 ... tU c6 Zaitsev-Kholmov, Alma Ata 1969;

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B2) l 1 . d4 h6 [ 1 1 . . .0-0 ? ! 1 2 .Ei:he l ctJ g4? A ) l 1 . ctJ d4 ibd7 1 2. ctJ cbS [ 1 2 .ibf3 ctJ c 6 ] ctJ a6
1 3 .ibe7 ctJ e7 1 4 . ib bS ibbS I S . Ei: e7 iba6 1 3 .c4 [ 1 3 .ibg3 cS] c6 fl l 4.ibf6 ibf6 ! ;
1 6 .Ei:c7± Lasker-Teichmann, Cambridge B ) 1 1 .0-0-0 ctJ c 6
Springs 19041 B l ) 1 2 .Ei:he 1 0-0-0 1 3 . d4 dS 1 4.�bS ctJb8
B21) 1 2 .ibh4 0-0-0 26; - I S . ctJ eS ibb4 1 6 . ctJ g6t Capablanca-Mars.
B22) 1 2.ibf6 ! ? ibf6 1 3 . dS fl ctJ e4t. hall, New York 1915;
9 ... 0-0 1 0.0-0-0 c6 202/1 0 ... 0-0 .
- B2) 0 1 2 .d4 fldS 1 3 .ibbS Capablanca.
10...a6 1 1 . 0-0-0 ctJ c6 1 2 .Ei:he 1 [ 1 2.d4 ! ?]
1 87 1 0.ibf4 ibe6 1 3 . a3 [ 1 3 . d4 ! ?] 0-0-0 1 4 . ctJ e4 g5
A) 1 0 . . . ctJ c 6 1 1 . 0 - 0 - 0 ibfS [ l 1 . . . ctJ b4 ? ! I S .ibg3 dS= Adianto-Handoko, Sydney
1 2 . Ei:he l 0-0 (Tylor-Thomas, Hastings 1 99 1 .
1937/38) 1 3 . ctJ d4t]
AI) 1 2 .Ei:he 1 Forintos, Haag; 1 89 1 l . . .ib c6 1 2 . Ei: he l ctJ d5 ( I vkov·
A2) 1 2. d4 fldS ; Karaklaic, Zagreb 1 949) 1 3 .ibe7:!:
A3) 1 2 . h 3 0-0-0 1 3 .Ei:he l [ 1 3 . g4 Forintos, Forintos, Haag.
Haag] dS 1 4. d4 ibb4= Grechishkin­
Lilienthal, USSR 1938; 1 90 12 ... 0-0 1 3 . Ei: he l t [ l 3 .dS ctJe5
B ) 1O . . .ibg4 I I .h3 ibhS 1 2.0-0-0 [ 1 2 . ctJ d4 ! ?] 1 4 . ctJ eS de l S . ctJ bS ib b S 1 6 . ib bS Ei:fd8
ctJ bd7 1 3 . Ei:he l 0-0-0 1 4 . ctJ d4 ibe2 I S .Ei:e2 17 .ibf6= ] Bobby FischerlEdiciones Eseuve.
Ei:heS 1 6 .Ei:de 1 ibfS l/2- 1/2 Kavalek-Smyslov,
Tilburg 1977. 1 9 1 13.Ei:hel Ei:deS ! ? 1 4.ibc4 ctJ dSt Fine·
1 0.ibe3 ctJc6 1 1 .0-0 ibd7 1 2 . a3 0-0 1 3 . d4 Kashdan, New York 1934.
a6= Gligoric-Rossetto, Amsterdam 1954.
1 0.ibd2 ctJ c6 ? ! [ 1 O . . . c6 1 1 .0-0 0-0 1 2 .Ei:fe l 1 92 13 ... Ei:dfS
dS 1 3 .h3 ibd6 1 4.ibfl ctJ a6 l S . a3 ibfS 1J2_1/2 A) 1 4 . Ei: he l ibg4 ! ? [ 1 4 . . . ibdS l S .dS ctJe7
Ciocaltea-Malich, iMfR 1 960] 1 1 . ctJ bS t 1 6.ibf6 gf 1 7 . ctJ d4± Yuchtman-Antoshin,
Rossolimo-Szabo, Venedig 1949. Moscow 1958] I S .dS ibf3 Bobby Fischer/
Ediciones Eseuve ;
1 88 10 ... ctJc6 1 1 . ctJ b S ! [ 1 1 . 0-0-0 ibe6 B) 1 4 . Ei: de 1 ibdS I S .dS ctJ b S 1 6 . ctJ d4
1 2. ctJ b S 0-0-0 1 3 . Ei:he 1 Ei:heS 1 4 . ctJ fd4 ctJ d4 Bl) 1 6 . . . Ei: e S ? ! 1 7 . ctJ dbS ibbS (Fischer·
l S . ctJ d4 ibd7= Tseshkovsky- Kochiev, Bisguier, New York USA ch 1959) l S . ctJ b5
USSR 1978] cj;JdS a6 1 9 . ctJ d4 gS 20.ibg 3 ctJ hS 2 1 . ctJ fS± Bobby
A ) 1 2. 0-0-0 ctJ dS 1 3 .ibg3 a6 1 4 . ctJ bd4 ctJ d4 Fischer/ Ediciones Eseuve;
l S . ctJ d4 ibf6= Steiner-Kashdan, Gyor m B2) 1 6 . . . a6t Bobby Fischer/ Ediciones
1930; Eseuve.
B) 1 2. c4 ! ?t Forintos, Haag.
1 0 ... c6 (Rossolimo-Bolbochan, Trencian­ 1 93 14 ... ibg4 (Fine-Alexander, Hastings
ske Teplice 1 949) 1935/36) l S .dS ibf3 1 6.dc ibd 1 1 7 .Ei:e?±
A) 1 1 . ctJ d4 ctJ a6 1 2 . 0-0 ibd7 [ 1 2 . . . ctJ c7 ] Sozin.
1 3 .Ei:fe l g S 1 4.ibg 3 t ;
B) 1 1 . 0-0-0 2021 1 0 ... h6/C.
- 1 94 15.h3 a6 1 6.a3 ibdS 1 7 . Ei:e8 ctJ eS=
1 0 ...ibe6 Bilek-Szabo, Havana 1965.

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15.d5 ILl b S 1 6 . lLl b S [ 1 6 . ctJ d4 ctJ dS ] a6 EldS I S .Eled l if6 1 9.c3 ctJ c 7 20.ie2 EleS
1 7 . lLl bd4± Katalimov-Baranov, Sochi 1952. 2 1 . ctJ d4� Spassky-Karpov, Thrin 1982 -
33/(43 1 ) ;
1 95 10.b4 ctJ bd7 1 1 .0-0 ILl fS 1 2.bS ctJ e6 B ) 1 4 . . . dS I S . ctJ eS ctJ d7 1 6 . ctJ d3 if6=
1 3 .be be 1 4 .ih4 [ 1 4 .id2 ! ?] h6 I S . Elab l gS Spassky-Timman, London 1982.
1 6 .�g3 ILl hS 1 7 . Elfe l 0-0= Spassky­ 1 2. 1Ll d4 ctJ e6=. 12.ctJ e4 ctJ e4 1 3 .de igS
Karp o v, Linares 1981 -3 1/367. 1 4 . ctJ gS h6 I S . ctJ f3 ie6 1 6 . ctJ d4 0-0-0
lO.lLle4 1 7 . Elad I ElheS= Ekstroem-Almada, Silva­
A) 1 O ... lLlbd7 1 1 .0-0-0 ctJ e4 [ 1 l . . .dS 1 2. ctJ f6 plana Switzeland ch 1993.
itl f6 1 3 .h3 0-0 1 4.Elhe l EleS I S .ifl ie6
1 6.itle5 1/2-1J2 Radulov-Popovic, Polanica 1 98 12 ... ctJ e6 1 3 . dS ! ?
Zdroj 1982] 1 2 . de ctJ c S = Dreev-Arkhipov, A ) 1 3 . . . ctJ dS 1 4. ctJ d S igS I S . ctJ gS cd 1 6 .if3
Moscow 1985; 0-0 1 7 . ctJ h3�;
B) 1 O . . . lLl e4 I l .de igS 1 2 . ctJ gS h6 1 3 . ctJ f3 B ) 1 3 ... ctJ gS 1 4. ctJ g S ctJ dS I S .ctJ dS cd 1 6.ibS
rj:;e7 1 4.0-0 ILl d7 I S .Elfe l ctJ e S = Kurajica­ mfS 1 7 . ctJ f3�.
K neze vi c , Sarajevo 198 1 .
1O.h3 1Ll a6 1 1 .0-0-0 203/11 .h3.
- 1 99 13.if1 ! ?
lO.d4 ie6 [ 1 0 . . . ig4 1 1 .0-0-0 ctJ bd7 1J2-1/2
Timm an Hort , Amsterdam 1978]
- 200 15.ctJ e5? cS ! .
A) 1 1 .0-0-0 ctJ bd7 1 2 .Elhe 1 h6 1 3 .ih4
0-0-0 1 4 .id3 [ 1 4.ifl ] ElheS I S .h3 ctJ b6 2 0 1 1 5 ... id6=/t 1 6 . ctJ e5 ctJ e S ! [ 1 6 . . . cS
1 6.a3 ILlbdS = Spassky-Hawksworth, Lon­ 1 7 . ctJ bS ibS I S .c3 c4 1 9 .ifl a6 20. ctJ a3 ±
don 1984; llg3 XdS] 1 7 . ctJ e2 f6 I S . ctJ f3 ctJ Sc7 1 9 .b3
B) l 1 .h3 ILl bd7 1 2.0-0-0 h6 1 3 .ih4 ctJ b6 (Spassky-Yusupov, Toluca izt 1 9S2 -341
1 4.ghe l md7 I S .id3 1/2-1J2 Short-Karpov, 3 7 5 ) bS ! ? 20.c4 bc 2 1 .bc ia6=.
Tilburg 1988
l O.lLld4 lLl a6 1 1 .0-0 202 10 ... ctJ bd7? ! 1 1 .Elhe l ctJ cS 1 2 . d4 ctJ e6
A) l 1 . . .id7 1 2 .Elfe 1 1 3 .if6 if6 1 4 . ctJ e4 ie7 I S .dS ± .
AI) 1 2 . . . h6 1 3 .if6 [ 1 3 .ih4 1 8 S/10 ... c6/
- 1 0 . . . 0-0
A] �f6 1 4.ig4 mdS I s .id7 @d7 1 6. ctJ fS A) l 1 . ctJ e4 ctJ bd7 1 2 .Elhe l dS ? ! [ 1 2 . . . h6
g6= Alvarez-Roux, Havana 1966; Forintos, Haag] 1 3 . ctJ g 3 h 6 ? 1 4 . ctJ fS ±
A2) 12 . . . lLl c7 1 3 .ihS ! ? mf8 1 4 .if3 lLl e6 Veresov-Roizman, Minsk 1966;
1 5 .�e3 ILl d4 1 6.id4 dS I 7 . El ab l ie6 1 S .b4 B) I 1 .Elhe 1
itl d7 1 9 . 1Ll e2 id6± Kruppa-Gelfand, Bl) 1 1 . . . ctJ a6 ? 1 2 .ifl ie6 1 3 . ctJ d4 ctJ c7
Uzhgorod 1987; 1 4. ctJ fS ! ± Forintos, Haag;
B) 1 1 . . . lLl c7 1 2 .if3 [ 1 2.Elfe l ctJ e6=] =/t . B2) 1 1 . . .ifS ? 1 2 . ctJ d4 ig6? 1 3 .ig4 ! idS
1 4.ic8 ib6 I s .ib7 id4 1 6.iaS 1 - 0
1 96 10 ... h6 l 1 .id2 ! ± Hennings-Nefra­ Petrosian-Necsesov, Tbilisi 1944;
kis, S ofi a 1967. B3) l l . . .dS 1 2.d4 id6 [ 1 2 . . . ie6 1 3 . ctJ eS
ILl bd7 1 4 . f4 ElfeS l s .id3± R.Byrne] 1 3 .if6
1 97 12.ifl ctJ e6 1 3 .ie3 0-0 1 4 . d4 gf 1 4.g3± R.Byrne-Burjar, USA 1968 -6/
A) 14 . . . l"1eS I S .dS ! ? ctJ dS 1 6. ctJ dS cd 1 7 .ibS 311 ;

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B4) I I . . .ge8 I S .d4 h6 1 6 .�d3 �e6 1 7 .b3 md7 1 8 .'>i7b2
B41) 1 2 . tt:l e4 tt:l bd7 1 3 .�fl dS 1 4 . tt:l g 3 h6 ghe8 1/2_1/2 Kholmov-Dvoiris, Voronez 1/
I S . tt:l fS �b4 1 6.�d2t �f8 1 7 .�c3 g6 1 8 .ge8 2ch USSR 1 988;
tt:le8 1 9 .ge I tt:l df6 20. tt:l e 7 m h7 2 1 . tt:l c 8 gc8 A3) 1 2 . . . tt:l e6 1 3 .�d2 0-0= Plachetka·
22.g3;!; Horvath-Pacsay, Hungary 1992; Knezevic, Keszthely 198 1 ;
B42) 1 2 .�fl mf8 1 3 .h3 tt:l a6 1 4. tt:l e4 dS B ) 1 2 .d4
I S . tt:l f6 �f6 1 6 .�f6 gf 1 7 .d4 tt:l c7 1 8 .�d3 B 1 ) 1 2 . . . tt:l e6 1 3 .�e3 dS 1 4.ghe l �b4 I S . a3
'>i7g7;!; Hazai-Malich, Halle 1981. �aS 1 6 . tt:l eS;!; Pribyl-Knezevic, Olmouc
10 ... h6 1975;
A) 1 1 .�f4 gS 1 2 .�g 3 tt:l hS 1 3 .d4 [ 1 3 .gde l ! ? B2) 1 2 . . . tt:l cdS Forintos, Haag;
L1 tt:l d4 ; 1 3 . ghe l;!; Kamishov-Alatortsev, C) 1 2 . tt:l e4 tt:l e4 1 3 .de �gS 1 4. tt:l g5 '>i7e7
Moscow 1946] fS 1 4. tt:l d2 tt:l g3 l S .hg tt:l d7 I S . ghe l tt:l e6 I 6 . tt:l f3 f6 1 7 .�fl gd8 1 8 .g3
1 6 . tt:l f3 [ 1 6.dS] tt:l b6 1 7 .�d3 �d7 1 8 .gde l g6 1 9 . g e3 as 20.a3 tt:l cS= Matanovic·
'>i7f7 1 9 . tt:l d I (Apicella-Forintos, Maubuee Zsu.Polgar, Vienna 1986.
1988) mf6 ! oo Forintos, Haag; 1 l . tt:l e4 tt:l e4 1 2 .de tt:lcs
B) 1 1 .�d2 ! ? Forintos, Haag; A) 1 3 .�e7 me7 1 4.ghe l
C) 1 1 .�h4 AI) 1 4 . . . ge8 I S . tt:l d4 '>i7f8 1/2_1/2 Spassky·
C1) I I . . .dS ? ! 1 2 .ghe l �e6? ! 1 3 . tt:l d4 '>i7 d7 Salov, Barcelona 1 9 89;
1 4.�f6 ! �f6 I S . tt:l e6 fe 1 6 .�g4 ge8 1 7 .ge6 A2) 14 . . . gd8 -B;
ge6 1 8 .ge I ± Svicevic-Gunnarsson, Las A3) 14 . . . �e6 I S . tt:l d4 1/2-V2 S passky·
Palm as 1995; Korchnoi, Brussels 1985;
C2) 1 1 . . .�fS 1 2 . tt:l d4 �h7 1 3 .f4 [ 1 3 . ghe l ] B) 1 3 . ghe l �gS 1 4. tt:l gS '>i7e7 I S . tt:l f3 E1d8
tt:l bd7 (CiocaItea-Suba, Rumania 1 982) 1 6 . tt:l d4 g6 1 7 .�fl '>i7 f8 = Spassky.
1 4.ghe l ;!; ; Petrosian, Moscow (m/13) 1969 -7/223.
C3) I I . . .gS 1 2 .�g3 -A; 1 l . tt:l d4 ! ?
C4) 1 1 . . . tt:l a6 1 2. tt:l e4 [ 1 2.ghe I ! ?] tt:l e4 1 3 .de A) I I . . . tt:l c7 1 2 .gde l tt:l e6
tt:l cs 1 4.�e7 '>i7e7= Gulko-Razuvaev, USSR A I ) 1 3 . tt:l e6 �e6 1 4 . f4
1985 A ll) 1 4 . . . 0-0-0 I S .�f3 [ I S . tt:l e4 ! ?] ghe8
1/2_1/2 Ciocaltea-Hort, Bochum 1981;
203 1l.h3 tt:l c7 [ l l . . .dS 1 2 . d4 tt:l c7 A 12) 1 4 . . . dS I S .�f3 '>i7d8 1 6 . tt:l e2 E1e8
1 3 . tt:l eS 0 - 0 1 4 . g he l g e8 (Riedel­ 1 7 . tt:l g 3 g6 1 8 . tt:l e2 �d7 1 9 .c4 dc 2 0 . de
Autenrieth, Bundesliga 1988/89) I S .a3;!;] tt:l g 8 = Timman-Karpov, Tilburg 1980 -301
A) 1 2 .ghe l 239;
AI) 1 2 . . . h6 A2) 1 3 .�e3 ! ? tt:l d4 [ 1 3 . . . g6] 1 4.�d4 �e6
All) 1 3 .�h4 tt:l fdS [ 1 3 . . . �d7 1 4.�fl tt:l e6 I S .f4 0-0 [ l S . . . '>i7d7 1 6 . g h f l ; I S . . . dS
I S . d4 dS 1 6 . tt:l eS gS 1 7 . � g 3 ;!; Pribyl­ 1 6 .�f3 ] 1 6 .�f3 gfe8 1 7 .ge2 dS 1 8 . ghe l
Kolesar, CSFR 199 1 ] 1 4.�f l �e6 l S . tt:l dS �d6 1 9 . 93 =/;!; Calvo-Treppner, Bundesli·
tt:l dS 1 6 . � g3 0 - 0 - 0 = A picella- Hitech, ga 1984;
Royan 1989; B) I I . . . tt:l dS 1 2 . tt:l e4 fS 1 3 .�e 7 '>i7e7 1 4. tlJd2
A12) 1 3 .�f4 ! ? tt:l e6 1 4 .�h2 0-0 I S . d4;!; tt:l b6 I S . g de l '>i7 f6= Karpov-Smyslov,
Spassky-Larsen, Reykjavik 1985; Moscow 198 1 .
A2) 1 2 . . . tt:l fdS ! ? 1 3 . tt:l dS tt:l dS 1 4.�e7 tt:l e7 1l.gde 1 ! ? tt:l c7

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A) 1 2.itJ d4 l2l e6 - 1l.l2l d4/A B) 1 2 . l2l d4 l2l e6 1 3 . l2l e6 .ie6 1 4.f4 md7
B) 1 2.�d l �e6 [ 1 2 . . . l2l e6 ! ?] 1 3 . l2l d4 md7 1 5 . .if3 h6 1 6 . .ih4 Elae8 1 7 . .if2 b6 1 8 .h3
1 4.id2 c5 1 5 . l2l e6 fe 1 6.f4 d5 1 7 .a4 .id6 h5= Sermek-Arlandi, Mitropa Cup 1 995.
1 8 Jlhfl g6 1 9 . 12l e2 Elhf8 20. l2l g 1 ! ± Api­
cella·Chabanon, Chambery France ch 206 13 ... l2l e6?! 1 4 . .ie3 b6 l S . l2l d2 .ib7
1994. 1 6.f4 0-0 1 7 . .if3 ± Kr.Georgiev-Perge­
richt, Haifa European tch 1 99 1 .
204 1l ... h6 1 2 . .id2 ! ?
207 14. . .h6? ! I S . l2l D m e7 1 6. l2l d4 Eld8
205 12.h3 -203/11 .h3/A. 1 7 .f4 cS 1 8 . l2l f3 b6 1 9 .c3 .ib7 20.eS± Hazai­
12.ifl ctJe6 Toth, Budapest 1 972.
A) 1 3 .�h4 ! ? d5 [ 1 3 . . . l2l h5 ! ?] 14 ... f6 I S . l2l f3 me7 1 6 . l2l d4
AI) 14.ctJe2 mf8 [ L1 1 5 ,ctJ d4 l2l d4] 1 5 .Eld2 A) 1 6 . . . .ie6 ? !
id7 1 6.ctJe5 Eld8= Cramling-L.A.Schnei­ AI) 1 7 .f4 Elad8 1 8 . .i D Elhe8 1 9 .Eld2 m f8
der, Rilton cup 1980; 20. Eled l ± .if7 2 1 . l2l f5 d5 22.c4 .ig6 23 . g4
A2) 1 4.d4�d7 1 5 .h3 Eld8 1 6 . l2l e 5 .ic8 1 7 .f3 .ifS 24 . gfElc8 25 .ed cd 26.Elc2 ! ± Timman­
CiJd7=/± Ernst-Schussler, Gausdal 1 985; Piket, Wijk aan Zee 15' 1995;
B) 1 3 .�d2 �d7 1 4.d4 h6 1 5 . .id3 d5 1 6.h3 A2) 1 7 .h4 Elad8 1 8 .hS h6 1 9.b3 Elhe8 20 . .ic4
Eld8= Spassky-Petrosian, Moscow (milS) .ic8 2 1 .f3 m f8 22.g4± Spassky-Almada,
1 969 -7/224. Thessaloniki 01 1988;
12.d4 B) 1 6 . . . g6 1 7 . a3 l2l e6 1 8 . .ic4 l2l d4 1 9 . El d4
A) 1 2" .d5 b6 ! 20.md2 .ib7 2 1 . m e3 El ad8 22.f3 md7
AI) 1 3 .�d3 l2l e6 1 4 . .id2 0-0 1 5 .b3 .id6 2 3 . Eled l mc7 24.h4 Elhe8= Malevinsky­
1 6.g3 �d7 1 7 . m b2 El ae8= B runner­ Domuls, USSR 1 983.
Vasquez, Novi Sad (01) 1 990;
A2) 1 3 .ctJe5 ctJ e6 1 4 . .ie3 ± ; 208 15 ... l2l e6
B ) 1 2. . .�e6 ! ? 1 3 . .id3 A ) 1 6. l2l h 3 l2lcS 1 7 . l2l f2 Eld8 1 8 . .if3 f6 1 9 .h4
B l ) 1 3 " .md7 1 4. l2l e2 h6 1 5 . .id2 b5 1 6. l2l f4 .ie6=1± Spassky-Hort, Reykjavik (mlS)
ig4 1 7 .h3 �f3 1 8 . .if5 md8 1 9 .9f g6 20 . .ia5 1977 -23/(239) .
gf 2 1 .�c7 md7 22 . .ia5°o Solomon-Levy, B) 1 6 . l2l e6
Melbourne 199 1 ; B 1 ) 1 6 . . . .ie6 I 7 .fS r 1 7 . .if3 1f2-1/2 Moiseev­
B2) 1 3" .h6 1 4 . .ih4 0-0-0 1 5 .a3 Elhe8 1 6.h3 Arkhipov, Nettetal 1992] .id7 1 8 .Eld2 Elad8
CiJ cd5 [ 1 8 . . . Elhd8 ? ! 1 9.Eled l .ie8 20.g4 f6 21 . .ic4tl
B21) 1 7 . ctJ e2 ! ? g5 1 8 . .ig3 g4 1 9 .hg l2l g4 1 9 .Eled l .ic 8 = ;
20.c4 ctJ c 7 2 1 . ctJ f4 .id7 1/2_1/2 Osis­ B2) 1 6 . . .fe 1 7 . Eld3 .i d 7 1 8 .Eled 1 d 5 1 9 . Ele3
Lauridsen, corr 1989; Elhf8 20.ed cd 2 1 .g3 md6=1± Spassky-Van
B22) 1 7 .ctJd5 .id5 1 8 . Ele3 .if3 1 9 .Elf3 l2l h5 der Wiel, European cup 1 99 1 .
20.ig3 ctJg3 2 1 .fg .if6 = Pribyl-Dvoretsky,
Tbilisi 1980. 209 8.c4 ? ! rXd31 h6 9 . .id2 l9 . .ie3 J l2l c5 !
12.ctJd4 ctJ e6 [ 1 2 . . . h6? ! 1 3 . .ih4] 1 3 . l2l e 6 .ie6 1 0.�e7 .ie7 1 1 .b4 l2l a4 1 2 . l2l c 3 l2l c 3 1 3 . .ic3
A) 1 4 .im md7 1 5 . l2l e2 h6 1/2-1f2 Spassky­ 0-0= Kurajica-Hulak, Banja Luka 1983 .
Karpov, USSR 1979; 8.l2l bd2 �e2 9 . .ie2 h6 1 0 . .ih4 g5

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A) 1 0 . . . g6 1 1 .0-0 Jtg7 1 2 .Elfe l 0-0 1 3 .Jtfl 2 1 1 9 ... g6 1 0 . 0 - 0 - 0 [ l O . tLl bS ! ? tLJ d5
tLl b6= Johansson-Trifunovic, Halle 1963; 1 1 . c4 c600] Jtg7 1 1 . Elhe 1 0-0 1 2 . tLl bS tLJ d5
B) 1 1 .Jtg3 1 3 .c4 a6 1 4 . tLl d6 [0 1 4. tLl bd4] cd I S .cd
Bl) 1 1 . . .Jtg7 1 2 . tLl c4? ! tLl dS 1 3 . h4? ! g4 tLl f6� Suetin-Petran, Olmutz 1975.
1 4 . tLl fd2 fS I S . O- O - O f4 1 6 .Jth2 hS=t= 9 ... Jt e7
Watson-Rozentalis, Mondorf 1991; A) 1 0.0-0-0 h6 I I .Jth4
B2) l l . . . tLl b6 1 2. tLl e4 [ 1 2 . tLl d4 Jtg7 ! 1 3 .tLl bS AI) 1 1 . . . 0-0 1 2 .Elde l Ele8 (Kirov-Minie,
tLl fdS 1 4 .c4 Jtd7 I S . a4 a6 1 6 . tLl d6 cd 1 7 .cd Pamporovo 1982) 1 3 . tLl d4 ! ? M4, Jtf3;
0-0 ! +/t Fernandez Garcia-Alterman, A2) 1 1 . . . tLl f8 1 2 . tLl e4 tLle4 1/2_1/2 Nunn·
Katerini 1 992 -56/327] Jtg7 1 3 . 0 - 0 - 0 Huebner, Wijk aan Zee 1992;
Jtd7 = Alterman. A3) 1 1 . . . tLl b6
A31) 1 2 .Elhe 1 tLl fdS 1 3 . tLl dS tLl dS 1 4.�e7
2 1 0 8 ... h6? ! tLl e7 l S . tLl d4 @ d 8 =1t Dely-Hen nings,
A) 9 .Jth4 Wie2 -30; Debrecen 1969;
B) 9 .Jtf4 tLl b6 l O.d4 Jte6 [ 1 0 . . . Wie2 -29] A32) 1 2 . tLl bS 'tt> d 8 ( l 2 . . . tLl fdS) 1 3 . c4t ;
1 1 .0-0-0 0-0-0 1 2.WibS tLl fdS 1 3 . tLl d S tLl dS A33) 1 2 .h3 tLl bdS I 3 . tLl dS tLl dS 1 4.Jte7 <i>e7
1 4.Jtg3 Wid7 I S .WiaS 'tt> b 8 1 6 .c4 tLl b6 1 7 .dS 1 S .Elhe I Ele8= A.Zajcev-Kholmov, USSR
Jtg4= Razuvaev-Ruderfer, Moscow 1962; 1968;
C) 9.!e3 ! [M-0-0,�d2,Ele l ] tLl b6 1 0.0-0-0 B) 1 0. tLl d4 ! ? Forintos, Haag;
Cl) 1 0 . . . Jte6 C) 1 0. tLl b S Jtd 8 �a6 [ I O . . . tLl dS I I .Jte7 <i>e7
Cll) 1 1 .Ele 1 tLl bdS [ 0 1 1 . . .0-0-0] 1 2 .Jtd2 1 2 .c4 a600] ;
tLl c 3 1 3 .Jtc3 tLl dS 1 4. tLl d4 tLl c 3 I S .bc 'tt> d7 D) 1 0.0-0 h6 1 1 .Jth4 0-0 [ 1 l . . .'tt> d 8 ? ! 1 2.d4
1 6.g3 Ele8 1 7 . tLl e6 fe 1 8 .Jth3 dS 1 9 .Wif3± tLl b 6 1 3 . a4 as 1 4 .Jtg3 Jte6 I S . tLl d2 c6
Mukhin-Vistanetskis, USSR 1963; 1 6 . tLl d l dS 1 7 . tLl e3 tLl e8 1 8 .Jtd3 g6 1 9 .h3
C12) l 1 . tLl d4 tLl bdS [ 1 1 . . . 0-0-0 1 2 . tLl e6 Jtd6 20.JteSt Beliavsky-Benko, Hastings
Wie6 1 3 .g3 tLl bdS 1 4.Jtd2 tLl c 3 I S .V!fe6 fe 1974/75]
1 6.Jtc3 eS 1 7 .Jth3 @b8 1 8 .Jte6 Jte7 1 9 .f4± Dl) 1 2 . Elfe 1 Ele8 1 3 .Jtfl gS 1 4 .Jtg3 tLJf8
Gufeld-Lein, Tbilisi 1966] 1 2 . tLl e6 Wie6 I S . h3 Jtd7 1 6 . El e2 tLl g 6 1 7 . El ae l !f8=
1 3 . tLl dS tLl dS 1 4.Jtd2t [ 1 4.g3 tLl e3 I S .Wie3 Situru-Saroinsong, Canberra 1995;
Wie3 1 6 .fe Jte7=] ; D2) 1 2 . El ae l c6 1 3 .Jtdl Ele8 1 4 . tLl d4 d5
C2) 1 O . . . tLl g4 1 1 .Wid2 tLl e3 1 2 . El e l ! Jte6 l S .a3 'tt> f8 [ l S . . . Jtf8 1 6 . tLl fS t ] 1 6 . tLl f5!
1 3 . Ele3 Wif6 1 4 . tLl b S 'tt> d 7 I S . c4 gS 1 6. tLl fd4 Steil-Brandt, Dortmund 1 987 .
Jtg7 1 7 . tLl e6 fe 1 8 .Jte2t hS 1 9 . 94 h4 20.tLlc3 9 . . . c6 1 0 . 0-0-0 [ 1 0 . tLl e4 ! ?]
Elhf8 2 1 .Jtf3 c6 2 2 . El he l Elae8 2 3 . c S ! ± A) 1 0 . . . h6
Radovici-Penrose, Budapest 1959; AI) 1 1 .Jth4
C3) 1 O . . . tLl fdS I l . tLl dS tLl dS 1 2 .Wid2 tLl e3 A l l) 1 1 . . . d S 1 2 . El he l Jtd6 1 3 .Jtfl �d8
1 3 . El e 1 ! Jte6 1 4 . El e3 0 - 0 - 0 [ 1 4 . . . Wif6 1 4.d4t/± Lengyel-Pasztor, Kabanya 1991:
l S .WiaS ! Jte7 ] I S .d4 dS 1 6 .WiaSt Gutman; A 12) 1 1 . . . Jte7
D) 9 .Jtd2 ! ? tLl b6 l O. tLl bS tLl bdS 1 1 .c4 a6 A 1 2 1 ) 1 2 . tLl e4 dS 1 3 . tLl f6 Jtf6 1 4 .�f6
[ l l . . .Wie2 1 2.Jte2 -31 ] I 2.tLl bd4 tLl b6 1 3 .JtaS [ 1 4.!g3t Forintos, Haa g] tLl f6 I S .Elhe l O-�
dS (Repkova-Stefanova, Nadole 1 995) 1 6 .h3 Ele8= Gufeld-Savon, USSR 1970;
1 4.0-0-0t. A 122) 1 2 . d4 dS 1 3 . Elhe 1 0-0 1 4.Jtd3 l:l:e8

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1 5.it'l e5 lLl f8 1 6.f4 lLl e6 1 7 . lLl e2 gS 1 8 . fg hg A2) 1 2.h3 0-0-0 1 3 . lLl d4 gS 1 4.�g3 �g7
1 9.�f2:t Qkadi-Yeoh Chin Seng, Moscow l s . lLl b 3 �e6= Campora-Zarnicki, Buenos
01 1 994; Aires 1 993;
A2) 1 1 .�d2 fie7 1 2 . d4 dS ? ! [o I 2 . . . lLl b6 A3) 1 2 . lLl d4 0-0-0 1 3 .�g3 [1l 1 3 . . . gS 1 4 .h4
��e6] 1 3 .fid3 0-0 I 4 J::1 de I ge8 I s . lLl h4i g4 I S . h5] g6 1 4.�f3 �g7= Janssen-Yusu­
Gouret-Niemann, France 1989; pov, Graz 1981;
8) 10 . . . fie7 I l .ghe l [ l l . lLl e4 dS 1 2 . lLl f6 B) 1 1 . lLl d4 �d7 1 2 . lLl dbS md8 1 3 .�f3 �e6
if6 1 3 .d4fig5 1 4 . lLl g S 0-0= Kirpichnikov­ 1 4.�e6 be I S . lLl d4 md7 1 6 .b3 g6= Putz­
Klovans, Yurmala 1978] bach-Michaelsen, Hamburg ch 1993.
81) I I . . . lLl eS ? ! 1 2 . d4 lLl e6 1 3 . fif6 fif6 C) 1 l .a4 lLl bdS 1 2 . lLl dS lLl dS 1 3 .�d2 �d7
1 4.it'le4 fie7 1 5 . d5± ; 1 4 .e4 lLl f6 1 S .�e3 �e7 1 6 . lLl d4 0-0 1 7 .�f3
82) 1 1 . . . dS e6= Ahmad-Jones, Moscow 01 1994.
821) 1 2. lLl d4 lLl eS 1 3 .f4 lLl e6= Moors-Zysk,
Muenchen 1985; 2 1 3 1 l . lLl d4 a6 1 2 .0-0 �g7 1 3 .gfe 1 0-0
822) 1 2.d4:t llfid3 , lLl eS ; 1 2 .fifl ! ?; 1 4.�f3 gS I S .�d2 lLl eS 1 6 .�d 1 eS I 7 . lLl b3
83) l l . . .h6 1 2 .fih4 lLl e 6 1 8 . � B �e6 1 9 . tLl al- tLl d 7+/i «
831) 1 2 . . . 0-0 1 3 .fifl g e8 ( C amilieri­ Kir.Georgiev-Plaskett, Plovdiv 1984.
Santa, Novi Sad (01) 1990) 1 4. lLl d4:t;
832) 1 2 . . . md8 1 3 . d4 ge8 1 4.�e4 dS I S .�d3 2 1 4 12.tLl b5?! lLl d5 1 3 .�d2 a6 1 4. tLl e 3
�d6 1 6.ge8 [ 1 6.�g 3 �g3 1 7 .hg ge I 1 8 .ge 1 lLl 7b6 I S .d4 lLl e3 1 6 .�e3 0 - 0 1 7 .h3 lLl a4
tLlg4 1 9.ge2 lLlf8= Kasparian-Jones, Thes­ 1 8 .�d2 bS ! + Majer-Toth, Hungary 1968.
saloniki (01) 1984] me8 1 7 .ge l :t . 12.lLl d4!? a6 1 3 .ghe l 0-0 1 4 . lLl b3 ge8
1 5 . lLl aS gb8 1 6.�g 3 lLl eS 1 7 .d4 lLl e6 1 8 . lLl e6
21 2 10 ... g5? ! 1 1 .�d2 �g7 1 2 . 0-0-0 a6 be 1 9 . � fl �b7 2 0 . f3 lLl d 7 2 1 .�f2 ge 1
1 3 .E1de l lLl f8 1 4 .h4 g4 I S . lLl h2 md8 1 6.hS 2 2 . g e l m f8 23 .a4 as = Voitsekhovsky­
tLl 8h7 1 7 . lLl d1 gg8 1 8 . lLl e3 �f8 1 9 . 1Ll hf l Toistikh, Ceske Budejovice 1995.
E1g5 20.lLl g3± Saltaev-Pandavos, Peristeri
1994. 2 1 5 Trifunovic-Bronstein, Leningrad
IO. a6 1 1 .0-0-0 g6 1 2 .ghe l �g7 1 3 .�fl
.. 1957.
�d8 14.d4 lLl b6 I S .h3 ge8 112- 112 Bala­
shov-Okhotnik, Uzhgorod 1987. 2 1 6 10 ... �e7 -2 1 1 ;9 .. .�e7.
1O ... liJ b6 1O ... c6 1 1 . tLl e4 [ 1 1 . 0-0-0 2 1 1 /9 ... c6] �e7
-

A) 1 1 .0-0-0 [ l l . lLl bS lLl fdS ! lla6+] �d7 1 2 . 0-0-0 [ 1 2 .�g3 lLl e4 1 3 . de tLl eS 1 4. tLl d2
AI) 1 2.ghe l 0-0-0= (Forintos, Haag) �e6 1l0-0-0, dS] -2 1 1 1
All) 1 3 . lLl d2 ? ! gS 1 4 .�g3 �g7 l S . lLl e4 9 ... c6/A2.
1%de8+ Kuporosov-Mikhalchishin, Brno II 10 ... a6 1 1 .0-0 g6 1 2 .d4 �g7
1991 -53/290; A) 1 3 .�e4 lLl b6 1 4 .gfe 1 m f8 I S .�b3 �fS
A12) 1 3 .h4 Xg4; 1 6.h3 gS 1 7 .�g3 �g6 1 8 . a4 ge8 1 9 . aS tLl e 8
A13) 1 3 .mb 1 gS 1 4 .�cl �g7°o Mikhal­ 2 0 . ga4 [20.�a4 ! ?:t ] tLl e4°o Hecht-Vladi­
chishin; mirov, Munich 1988;
A14) 1 3 .h3 g5 1 4 .�h2 �g7 l S .d4 ghe8= B) 1 3 .gfe l 0-0 1 4. a4 lLl b6 (Jackson-Orr,
Michel Yunis-Navarro, Moscow 01 1994; London 1985) l S .aS lLl bdS 1 6 . lLl dS lLl dS

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1 7 . .m.c4± Jackson. B1) 1 3 . . . CLl bdS 1 4 . CLl dS CLl dS l S . .m.f3 a6
10 ... g6 ! ? 1 6 . CLl d 6 c d 1 7 . .m.dS .m.b2 1 8 . Ei: bl .m.c3
A) 1 1 . CLl bS ? ! CLl dS 1 2 . c 4 c 6 1 3 . c d ? ! (Alexander-Milner-Barry, London 1948)
[ 1 3 . CLl bd4 CLl f4 1 4 . .m. g3 CLl hS + Toth] cb 1 9 . �d l ± i'1h4, Xd6 Forintos, Haag;
1 4.d4 a6 I S .0-0 fS+ Koszorus-Toth, Bu­ B2) 1 3 . . . md8= Forintos, Haag;
dapest 1968; C) 1 2.0-0-0 ! ? CLl b6 1 3 .h4 [ l 3 .Ei:de l ! ?] g4
B) I I .d4 a6 1 2 . 0-0-0 .m.g7 1 3 .Ei:he l 0-0 1 4. CLl h2 ? ! (Smith-Jones, Dubai 01 1 986)
1 4 . .m.c4 bS I S . .m.dS Ei:b8 1 6 . .m.c6 CLl b6 1 7 .a3 .m.d7= .
.m.b7 1 8 ..m.b7 Ei:b7 1 9 . .m.f6 V2-V2 Kasparov­
Cramling, Wattignies 1 976; 2 1 8 12.h4 ? ! g4 1 3 . CLl d 2 CLl hS 1 4 . .m.h2 .m.d7
C) 1 1 .0-0-0 .m.g7 I S .0-0-0 0-0-0 1 6. CLl c 4 Ei:e8 1 7 .Ei:he l .m.g7t
C1) 1 2 .Ei:he 1 Sherzer-Wolff, USA 1987.
C ll) 1 2 . . . 0-0 1 3 . CLl bS [ 1 3 . d4 a6 -B) CLl dS
1 4 .c4 a6 l S . CLl bd4 [ l S . CLl d6 cd 1 6 .cd CLl f6� ; 2 1 9 13.h4 g4 1 4 . CLl d2 .m.g7 [ 1 4 . . . CLl hS ! ?]
C 12) 1 2 . . . a6 1 3 . .m.f} [ 1 3 .d4 -B) �d8 1 4 .h3 I S . f3 [ I S . hS ! ?] 0-0-0= A rulaid-Vista·
bS [ 1 4 . . . Ei:e8 ! ? ; 1 4 . . . gS I S . .m.g3 CLl b6± Keres] neckis, USSR 1 964.
I S . CLl d2 .m.b7 [ I S . . . gS ] 1 6 .f4 Ei:e8 1 7 . CLl ce4±
Naroditsky-Khachaturov, USSR 1964; 220 14.CLl d4!? .m.g7=.14.CLl d2 .m.g7 I S .f3
C2) 1 2 . CLl d2 a6 1 3 . f4 0 - 0 1 4 . .m. f3 c 6 CLl fdS 1 6 . CLl dS CLl dS 1 7 . .m.f l Ei:he8= Shadick·
I S . CLl de4 dS 1 6. CLl d 6 CLl cS 1 7 . .m.f2 b6 1 8 . CLl c 8 Jose, Moscow 01 1994.
Ei:fc 8 ± Karaklaj ic-Grimberg, Belgrade
1988; 221 Ermenkov-Makarychev, Lublin
C3) 1 2 .d4 1976.
C31) 1 2 . . . CLl b6? ! 1 3 . .m.bS c6? ! [ 1 3 . . . md8 ! ?
Forintos, Haag] 1 4 . Ei: he l m f8 I S . .m.d3± 222 10 ... CLl c5
Foeldi-Toth, Budapest 1968; A) I I .b4 CLl e6 1 2 . CLl e4 Forintos, Haag;
C32) 1 2 . . . a6 -B ; B) 1 1 .0-0-0 .m.d7 1 2 . Ei:de l 0-0-0 1 3 .�d l
C4) 1 2 . CLl bS m d 8 [ 1 2 . . . CLl dS 1 3 . c4 a6oo] g6 1 4.d4 CLl a4 I S . CLl a4 .m.a4 1 6.h3 .m.g7=
1 3 . Ei: he l Ei: e 8 1 4 . CLl fd4 CLl f8 I S . f4 .m.d7 Ritov-Vistaneckis, Riga 197 1 ;
1 6 . CLl c 3 mc8 1 7 . .m.f3 c6 1 8 . CLl e4± Kholmov­ C) 1 1 .0-0 .m.d7 1 2 .Ei:fe l 0-0-0 1 3 . a4±.
Bronstein, USSR 1 96 1 . 10 ... c6
A) 1 1 . 0-0 .m.e7 1 2 . E\fe 1 0-0 1 3 .d4 CLl b6
2 1 7 1l ... CLl h5 ? ! (Minic-Trifunovic, Bel­ 1 4 . .m.d3 Ei:e8 I S . h3 .m.e6= Forintos, Haag;
grade 196 1 ) 1 2 . CLl dS [ 1 2 . CLl d4 CLl g3 1 3 .fg B) I 1 .d4 dS 1 2 . .m.d3 .m.d6 1 3 .0-0 0-0 1 4.Ei:fe l
.m.g7 1 4 . CLl fS .m.c3 I S .bc CLl eS= Barczay­ Ei:e8 I S .h3 CLl f8= D ' Amore-Neri, Formia
Bilek, Kecskemet 1 964] md8 1 3 .d4± 1995;
Mikenas. C) 1 1 . 0-0-0 .m.e7
1l ... .m. g7 C1) 1 2 . Ei: he 1 0-0 1 3 . CLl e4 dS 1 4 . cLl f6
A) 1 2 . h4 g4 1 3 . CLl d2 [ 1 3 . CLl d4 CLl b6] 0-0 [ 1 4. CLl g3 1 ,)] CLl f6 I S .h3 .m.d6 1 6 . .m.fj .m.d7=
1 4 . 0-0-0 CLl b6 I S . hS .m.d7°o Kramer­ Pancenko-Kaidanov, Irkutsk 1983 ;
Milner-Barry, London 1 948; C2) 1 2 . CLl e4 ! ? dS 1 3 . CLl g3±.
B) 1 2 . CLl d4 CLl b6 1 3 . CLl dbS 1 0 ... g6 ! ?

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A) 1 1 .0-0-0 :!g7 224 1l .. . <;t>d8 1 2 .0-0 [ 1 2. c4±] :!d7 1 3 .d4
A I ) 1 2.E1de l 0-0 1 3 . ttl bS [ 1 3 . ttl h4? ! ttl b6 a6 [ 1 3 " . ttl e4 1 4 .:!aS t ] 1 4. ttl c 3 :!fS l S .E1fc l
1 4.f4 :!d7 I S .:!f3 dS't Nagy-Toth, Buda­ gS 1 6 . a4 :!g7± Kholmov-Mikenas, USSR
pest 1 969] ttl e S [ 1 3 " . ttl dS 1 4 . c4 a6 (ch) 1967.
1 5.1tJ bd4oo] 1 4.:!c 3 ± ;
A2 ) 1 2.d4 ttl b6 [ 1 2 " . a6 ! ?] 1 3 . ttl bS � d S 225 1 2 ... a6 1 3 . ttJ bd4 ttl b6 1 4 . 0 - 0 g6
1 4.c4 E1eS I S . E1 he l :! d7= Westerinen­ l S . l'i:fe l :!g7 1 6 .:!dl �dS 1 7 .b4 ! ttl bd7
B utnorui s, Vilnius 1 964; I S . E1 c 1 ± Taimanov-Suetin, Leningrad
B) 1 1 . 0 - 0 :!g7 1 2 . E1 fe l ttl b6 [ 1 2 " . 0- 0 1 967 -4/250.
1 3 . lLl bS ctJ e S 1 4 . :!c 3 ] 1 3 . ttl bS ttl fdS
[ I L'it>dS±] 1 4.c4 :!d7 I S .a4 a6 1 6.:!f l �dS 226 1 6.b4 0-0 1 7 . ttl b3 l'i:feS I S .l'i:fe 1 ±10
1 7 . 1Ll bd4± Fuller-Solomon, Melbourne Spassky-Yusupov, Moscow 1 98 1 .
1992;
C) I l .ctJ bS �dS
Cl) 1 2 .0-0 a6 1 3 . ctJ c3 :!g7 1 4. E1ae 1 l'i:eS
1 5.h3 ctJ b6 1 6 .:!d1 :!d7= Bouaziz-Toth,
A1bufieri 1978;
C2) 1 2.c4 :!g7 1 3 .0-0
C21) 1 3 " .a6 1 4 . ctJ c3 E1eS l S . l'i: fe l ctJ fS
(Passerotti - Toth, Rome 1 979) 1 6 . b4±
Forintos, Haag;
C22) 13 ... ctJcS 1 4.b4 ctJ e6 l S . l'i: ac 1 :!d7
1 6.lLlc3 E1eS 1 7 . l'i:fe l a6
C221) I S .g3 ctJ g4 1 9 .h3 ttl eS= Lukin­
So kolin , St.Petersburg 1992;
C222) 1 8 .h3 ! ?±.
1O ... a6 1 1 .0-0 :!e7 1 2 .l'i:fe l 0-0 1 3 . d4 l'i:eS
1 4.ic4± Forintos, Haag.

223 1 1 .0-0-0 :!d7


A) 1 2.1Lle4 :!e7 1 3 .l'i:he l 0-0 1 4.h3 l'i:aeS
I S .if! :!dS= Panchenko-Makarychev,
Sochi 1 983;
B) I 2.ctJd4 0-0-0 1 3 .:!f3 :!e7 1 4.E1de 1 E1heS
I S .lLlb3 :!e6= Malisauskas-Rozentalis,
Vilnius 1988.
11 .a4 ( Fo ri ntos, Haag) :!d7 1 2 . aS ttl bdSoo•
11.0-0 :!e7 1 2 .E1fe l 0-0 1 3 . a4 c6 1 4. aS
I/J bdS I S .ctJdS ttl dS 1 6 .c4 ttl c7 1 7 .:!c3 :!d7
1 8 .lLld2 dS= San Segundo-Yusupov, Ma­
drid 1995;

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1.3.3. Exercises

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8
7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

38 1 6. ? 41 1 3.?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

39 1 3.? 42 1 4. ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

40 I S.? 43 l 7.?

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It�
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8
7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

44 1 6. . .7 47 1 8. . .7

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8
7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

45 1 3.7 48 20 . . . 7

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

46 1 1 ...7 49 1 1 ...7

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a b c d e f 9 h 1.3.4. Answers
8 8
7 7
6 6
Ex . 3 8 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.l2l f3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.ctJf3
5 5
lLl e4 5.iMfe2 iMfe7 6.d3 lLl f6 7.�g5 �e6 8.ctJc3
4 4
e6 9.lLl e4 lLl bd7 10.0-0-0 h6 1 1 .�h4 g5?
3 3
12.�g3 lLl e4 13.de d5 14.ed �d5 15.ctJeS
2 O-O-O?) Poeteh-Butler, eorr 1 959
The bishop ' s acti ve position on the h2-b8
a b c d e f 9 h diagonal enables White to carry out a deci·
sive combination :
50 1 1 .?
16J%d5 ! cd 1 7 . lLl e6! iMfe5 1 8.iMfa6 ! , and
B l ack resigned, since after l 8 . . . ge8 1 9 .ctJa7
�d8 20.iMfb7 White ' s attack is irresistible:
a b c d e f 9 h 20 . . . ge6 (or 20 . . . � e7) 2 1 .�b5+- .
8 - 1 64/C l
7 7

6
Ex . 3 9 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.ctJf3
lLl e4 5.iMfe2 iMfe7 6.d3 lLlf6 7.�g5 �e6 8.ctJc3
5 5
lLl bd7 9.d4 d5? ! 1 0.0-0-0 e6 11.�bl h6
4 4
12.�f4 O-O-O?) Taube-Finotti, Hamburg
3 3
1939
2 2
White wins by exploiting a tactical motif
analogous to that in the previous example.
a b c d e f 9 h 13.iMfa6 ! ! lLl h5 14.iMfe6 be 15.�a6# .
51 20 . ? - 1 69/A

Ex.40 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.ctJfJ


lLl e4 5.iMfe2 iMfe7 6.d3 lLl f6 7.�g5 �e6 8.ctJc3
a b c d e f 9 h lLl bd7 9.0-0-0 h6 10.�h4 g5 11 .�g3 l1JhS
8 12.d4 lLl g3 13.hg g4 14.lLl h4 d5?) Em.
7 7 Lasker-Marshall, St.Petersburg 1914
6 6 The transfer of the queen to the queenside
5 5 gives White a strong attack (cf. Ex . 3 8 and
4 4 39):
3 3
15.iMfb5! 0-0-0 [ 1 5 . . . iMfb4 1 6. lLl d 5 ] 16.iMfaS!
Marshall probably overlooked or underes·
2 2
timated this move . The naIve 1 6 . lLl d5 ?�
would be refuted by 1 6 . . . �d5 ! 1 7 .iMfd5 \Wg5
a b c d e f 9 h
1 8 .iMfg5 hg.
52 24 . ? 16 ... a6 17.�a6 !

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White commences a very dangerous attack. �f3 (Bobby FischerlEdiciones Eseuve), at­
17 ... ba lS.'?9a6 <;!; bS 19.1tJb5 ltJb6 20J�d3 tacking the d I -rook. White opted for the
VNg5 [20 .. .<'t:l c4 2 1 . g e l gd6 22 . ltJ d6 Wi'd6 more subtle 14.Ei:de 1 ! ? , preventing his op­
23.l:%b3 4J b6 (Vainstein) 24. 4J f5± or 22 .Wi'a7 ponent's counterpl ay. After 14 ... �d8 15.d5
W c8 23 . 4J f5 Wi'g5 24. gce3 ! gc6 25 .Wi'a8 ltJ b8 16.ltJd4 White has the upper hand. It
W d7 26. 4J a7 -+] is important to note that if the white rook
2 1 . W b 1 id6 2 2 . g b3 g heS 23.a4 �f5 were on d 1 , B l ack c o u l d re s p o n d wit h
24.ttJa7 id7 25.a5 '?9d2 26.ab gel 27.<;!;a2 1 6 . . . ttJ d5 1 7 .�d8 ttJ c 3 . With the rook on e l ,
c6 28 . ttJ b 5 cb 29.Wi'a7 1-0 this fai ls to 1 8 .�e7 .
-24 for more detail s . Now B l ack should have played 1 6 . . . a6t ,
gaining control of the b5-square. In the game
Ex.4 1 ( 1 .e4 e 5 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJe5 d6 4.ltJf3 he opted for 16 ... Ei:e8 ? ! -Pos .43 .
ttJe4 5.'?ge2 '?ge7 6.d3 ltJ f6 7.�g5 '?ge2 S.�e2 - 1 921B.
ie7 9.ttJc3 id7 10.0-0-0 ltJ c6 1 l .ghe 1 0-
O?! 1 2 .d4 ltJg4?) Em.Lasker-Teichmann, Ex.43 (Continuation of Ex.42)
Cambridge Springs 1904 White played 17.ltJ db5 (a typical knight
White exploits the premature activ ity of the thrust in this variation). By threatening mate,
black knight and organises an invasion of he forces the exchange of bi shop for knight.
the seventh rank, using the e-file: 17 . . . �b5 . The game went 1 8 . � b5 g e l
1 3.ie7 CiJ e7 14.�b5! �b5 1 5 . g e7 �a6 1 9 .ge l , and Black managed to simplify the
16J'k7 CiJ f2 17.ge1 position after the typical blow 1 9 . . . ttJ d5 !
White's operation has led quickly to an end­ 20. ttJ d5 �h4 2 1 .g3 ig5 22.f4 c6. Stronger
game, in which his pieces are very active was 18.ltJb5 a6 19.1tJd4 [ 1 9 . ttJ c3 ? ! ttJd5 ! ] ,
and the black pawns are weak. Lasker eas­ and i f 1 9 ... g5 20.�g3 ltJ h5 , then 2 1 . ltJ f5±
ily converts his advantage. (Bobby FischerlEdiciones Eseuve) .
17 .. J''\fe S 1S.gee7 ge7 19.ge7 gd8 20. CiJ g5
ttJg4 21.h3 ltJ f6 22.b4 �f1 23J'�b7 ga8 Ex.44 ( l .e4 e5 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJe5 d6 4.ltJf3
24.g3ig2 25.ge7 gc8 26.ltJb5 ltJ d5 27.ge2 ltJ e4 5.'?ge2 'M'e7 6.d3 ltJ f6 7.�g5 '?ge2 8.�e2
if! 28.CiJd6 �e2 29.CiJ cS ltJ b4 30.a3 ltJ d5 �e7 9.ltJ c3 c6 10.0-0 ltJ a6 1 l .Ei:fel CiJ c7
31.ttJd6 f6 32.ltJ e6 �f1 33.h4 �h3 34.ltJ f4 12.d4 d5 13.�d3 ltJ e6 14.�e3 0-0 15.Ei:ad1
ttJf4 35.gf <;!;f8 36.<;!;d2 <;!; e7 37. ltJ e4 <;!;e6 �d6 16.ltJ e5) Spassky-Yusupov, Toluca izt
38.c4 1-0 1982
- 1 75 The white knight at e5 is very strong. The
standard advance 1 6 . . . c5 is premature in this
Ex.42 (1 .e4 e5 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJe5 d6 4.ltJf3 position i n view of 1 7 . ttJ b5 ib8 1 8 .c3 c4
ttJe4 S.'?ge2 '?ge7 6.d3 ltJ f6 7.�g5 'M'e2 8.�e2 1 9 .�fl a6 20. ttJ a3t L'ig3, with unpleasant
ie7 9.CiJc3 �d7 10.0-0-0 ltJ c6 1 l .d4 h6 pressure on the d5 pawn . Better is 1 6 ...
12.ih4 0-0-0 1 3 .�c4 g dfS) Fischer­ ltJ e8! , evicting the centralised knight. After
Bisguier, New York USA ch 1959 The 17.ltJe2 f6 18.ltJf3 CiJ Sc7 19.b3 the si mplest
plausible 1 4 .ghe l is met by 1 4 . . . �g4 ! ? way to equality was 19 ... b5 ! ? 20.c4 bc 21 .bc
[ 1 4 . . . id8 1 5 .d5 ttJ e7 1 6 .�f6 gf 1 7 . ttJ d4± �a6=.
Yuchtman-Antoshin, Moscow 1958] 1 5 .d5 The game went 1 9 . . . �d7 20.c4 gfe8 2 1 .c5

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�f8 2 2 .liJ c3 b5 2 3 .liJ e2 as 24 .a3 g6 25 .h3 12. tt'l e4 tt'l e4 13.de �g5 14. tt'l g5 rtle7 15.f4
ClJ d 8 26.g4 ClJ f7 27 . m g2 ClJ e6 2 8 . ClJ f4 ClJ f4 tt'l e6 1 6. tt'l h3 tt'l c5 1 7 . tt'l f2 �d8 1 8 .�f3)
29 .�f4 �e l 3 0 . �e l a4 3 1 . b4 �e8 32 .�e8 Spassky-Hort, Reykjavik cm 1977
�e8 3 3 . ClJ g l ClJ d 8 3 4 . ClJ e2 g5 3 5 .�b8 �g6 White ' s position is more acti ve, but B lack
36 .�g6 hg 3 7 . m f3 Y2-Y2. organi ses a solid defence.
-27 for more details. 18 ... f6 ! (preventing the breakthrough e4-eS)
19.h4 �e6 20.g4 as ! B lack restricts his op­
ExA5 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.tt'lf3 tt'l f6 3.tt'le5 d6 4.tt'lf3 ponent's activity on the queenside.
tt'l e4 5.1!ff e 2 1!ff e 7 6.d3 tt'l f6 7.�g5 1!ff e2 8.�e2 2 1 .a3 h6 Having a light-square bi shop, Hort
�e7 9.tt'l c3 c6 10.0-0-0 0-0 11.�hel �f5? builds a dark-square pawn chai n .
12.tt'ld4 �g6?) Petrosian-Necsesov, Tbilisi 22.h5 El d 7 23. tt'l h l ! �e8 24.tt'l g3 �d8
1944 Black has succeeded i n fully consolidati ng
Black should not underestimate the threats his position . 1/2_1/2•
on the open e-file (-Ex A I ) . After White ' s -28.
next move h e was not bound t o lose i mme­
diately, but in any event his position was ExA8 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.tt'lf3 tt'l f6 3.tt'le5 d6 4.tt'lf3
irrecoverably destroyed. tt'l e4 5.1!ff e2 1!ff e7 6.d3 tt'l f6 7.�g5 tt'l bd7
1 3.�g4! �d8? [ o I 3 . . . �e8 1 4 . ClJ f6±1+ - j 8.tt'l c3 1!ff e2 9.�e2 h6 1 0.�f4 g6 11.0-0-0
14.�c8 (a sudden attack from the rear ! ) �b6 �g7 12.h3 tt'l b6 13. tt'l d2 tt'l bd5 1 4 . tt'l dS
15.�b7 �d4 16.�a8 1-0 tt'l d5 15.�h2 0-0 16.�f3 tt'l b4 17.a3 tt'lc6
-202/1 0 ... 0-0/B2. 18.c3?! a5 19.�he l �d7 20.d4) Trifunovic­
Bronstein, Leningrad 1957
ExA6 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.tt'lf3 tt'l f6 3.tt'le5 d6 4.tt'l f3 Despite the exchange of queens, Black as­
tt'l e4 5.1!ff e 2 1!ff e 7 6.d3 tt'l f6 7.�g5 1!ff e2 8.�e2 sumes the offensive, starting a pawn mi nor­
�e7 9 . tt'l c3 c6 1 0 . 0-0-0 tt'l a6 1 1 . tt'l d4) ity attack , w h i c h i s more typical of the
Karpov-Smyslov, Moscow 1981 Carlsbad Variation in the Queen ' s Gambit.
The standard transfer of the black knight to 20 ... b5 ! [�b4] 21 .d5 tt'l a7 22.tt'l b3 b4 23.ab
e6 is a good idea in this position . After ab 24.cb Elfb8 25.Ele4 �a4 26.Eld3 f5+
1 1 . . . ClJ c7 1 2 .�de I ClJ e6 1 3 .�e3 ! ? White has B lack has obviously achieved his goal : he
only a minimal advantage (-203/11.tt'l d4/A). wins back his pawn and develops a danger­
Another noteworthy alternative i s 11 ... ous initi ative. The white forces are entirely
tt'l d5 ! ? Thi s move led to simplification fa­ di sorgani sed. The dark-square bi shop, ob­
vourable for Black: structed by the d6-pawn, is shut out of the
1 2 . tt'l e4 f5 1 3 .� e7 rtle7 1 4 . tt'l d2 tt'l b 6 game .
15.�del rtlf6 16.tt'l 2b3 �d7= 17.tt'la5 �ab8 2 7 . El e7 El b 4 28.�dl �c4 2 9 . � b l tt'l c8
1 8.�f3 �he8 1 9J�e3 �e5 20.tt'l db3 Ele3 30.Ele6 rtlf7 31 .g4 tt'l e7 32.gf tt'l f5 33.Elf3
21 .fe tt'l c8 22.Eln d5 1/2_1/2 �b8 34.�c2? Elc2 0-1
- 203/ 11.tt'l d4/B. -29 for more detail s .

Ex .47 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.tt'lf3 tt'l f6 3.tt'le5 d6 4.tt'lf3 Ex A9 ( 1 .e4 e 5 2.tt'lf3 tt'l f6 3.tt'le5 d 6 4.tt'lf3
tt'l e4 5.1!ff e 2 1!ff e7 6.d3 tt'l f6 7.�g5 1!ff e2 8.�e2 tt'l e4 5.1!ff e2 1!ff e7 6.d3 tt'l f6 7.�g5 tt'l bd7
�e7 9.tt'lc3 c6 10.0-0-0 tt'l a6 1 1 .�hel tt'l c7 8.tt'lc3 1!ff e2 9.�e2 h6 10.�h4 g6 11.tt'l b5? !)

90
Koszorus-Toth, Budapest 1968 3 2 . tLl d8 iL d 7 33.iLhS �e7 34. tLl c6 � d 6
Black should not underestimate the danger 3 S . tLl b8 iLe6 36.:gg7 1 - 0
of the thrust tLl bS . Sometimes he can parry
it without much ri sk by It>d8. Another stand­
ard reaction is the text move 1l ... tLl dS .
After 12.c4 c 6 13.cd ? ! c b 14.d4 a 6 lS.0-0
f5 B lack i s clearly better. It i s important to
note that after 1 3 . tLl bd4 he can play the very
strong 1 3 . . . tLl f4 1 4.iLg3 tLl hS 't (Toth) .
-2 1 6/10 ... g6/A.

Ex.50 (1 .e4 eS 2.tLlf3 tLl f6 3.tLleS d6 4.tLlf3


� e4 5.'Mfe2 Vf1e7 6.d3 tLl f6 7.iLgS tLl bd7
8.� c3 'Mfe2 9.iLe2 h6 10.iLd2 tLl b6)
Taimanov-Suetin, Leningrad 1967
A stan d ard manoeuvre gives White a space
advantage on the queenside:
1 1 . ct:l b5!? tLl bdS 1 2.c4 a6 (stronger was
l2 ... �d7 1 3 .a4 c6, vacating c7 for the re­
treat of the knight -3 1 ) 13.tLl bd4 tLl b6. Now
the difference compared with the previous
position, in which B lack was able transfer
his knight to f4, is especially significant.
14.0-0 g6 1S.:gfe 1 iLg7 1 6.iLd 1 �d8 17.b4
� bd7 18.:gc1 ! cS 19.bc dc
-Pos . S 1

Ex.5 1 (Continuation of Ex.SO)


Exploiting the tactical features of the posi­
tion, White transfers h i s knight to the cen­
tre:
20.ct:lc6! mc7 (the capture of the knight i s
refuted by 2 1 .iLaS ) 21.tLl ceS :grs 22.d4! tLl eS
23.ct:le5 cd
-Pos . S 2 .

E x . 5 2 (Continuation o f Ex.S 1 )
Using the e-fi1e, White strikes a tactical
blow (-Ex.4 1 and 4S ) :
24.ct:lg6! :ge8 [24 . . .fg 2 S . E1e7±1 2S.tLl eS±
�d7 26.tLlf7 :ge1 27.iLe 1 tLl cS 28.iLd2 tLl d3
29J'!:b1 iLe6 30 .iLaS � d 7 3 1 . :g b7 It> e 8

91
Chapter 4

1.4.1. Overview

Thi s chapter will summari se various mar­ knight to f6, reconciling himself to the loss
ginal possibilities for both sides on moves of a further tempo, or to try to maintain his
5-6 and deviations from the main lines of knight at e4 .
the S taunton System (6 . . . id6 7 . 0-0 0-0 The S taunton S ystem (6 . . . id6) has become
8 . c4 c6) . very popular in the last few years . B lack
The system 5 . . . ie7 6.id3 ttJ f6 ( - 3 2- 34) places his bishop in an active position, aim­
leads to positions i n which White mai n­ ing at White ' s kingside (-positions 60, 63,
tain s a space advantage . Here he often has 65 ) . The main drawback of this set-up is
an extra tempo i n comparison with the line the weakening of the d5 -pawn.
5 .d3 (- 1 5 ) . It i s advisable for B l ack to try T he attempt by White t o undermine the
to ease his defence by exchanges (-posi ­ centre before castling by 7 . c4 (-positions
t i o n 5 3 ) . In general , despite the absence o f 5 8 - 5 9 ) is somewhat untimely because of
weaknesses i n B lack ' s position, White has 7 . . . ib4+ (- 3 5 ) .
various ways of developing his initiative The Marshall Gambits 7 . 0-0 ig4 (-36) or
(-positions 5 4-5 7 ) . 7 . . . 0-0 8 .c4 ig4 ( 3 7 ) do not yield B lack
5 . . . d5 l e a d s to a s ymmetri c al p o s i t i o n , equal chances, according to modern theory.
where B l ack h a s made an extra move com­ The corect way to gain an advantage for
p ared with his opponent. Although the White was demonstrated in Alexander -
black knight i s centrally placed and pro­ Mallison, B ri ghton 1 93 8 (-position 62).
tected by the pawn , its position is sti l l vul­ 8 . . . ie6 i s an interesting alternative to the
nerable. White can exerc i se both the un­ main continuation 8 . . . . c6 ( - 3 9-4 1 ) . This
dermining of the centre by c2-c4, and the line is analysed in detail in the second part
direct attack on the knight by id3 and i:%e 1 of thi s chapter (-also positions 63 -70) . The
or W1e2 . It turns out that the ' extra' move game Kamsky-Yusupov, Tilburg 1 992, in
creates additional problems for B lack . The which White attained a slight, but enduring
main di lemma that he faces in the imme­ advantage (-4 1 ), can be regarded as a good
diate future, is whether to withdraw hi s example of White ' s play in this variation.

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1.4.2. Theory

5.d4 RJ 5 ... d5
5 ... d5 6.ibd3 RJ 6 ... ibd6, J ctJ c6, J ibe7
6 ... ibd6 7.0-0 RJ 7 ... 0-0

a b c d e f 9 h

a b c d e f 9 h

1 . e4 e5 2 . ctJ f3 ctJ f6 3 . ctJ e 5 d6 4 . ctJ f3 ctJ e4 5 . d4

5 6 7 S 9 10 11 12 13
m 30
32 �d3 0 _0 2 gel
2J2
tLl bd2
23 4
h3 2
36
tLl f1 2
37
tLl g3 � tJ
. . .

27 3
:#' ei tLl f6 229 �g 42 1 0_ 0 23 3
CS 2
35 m m
�hS tLl c6 � tJ tLld4 ;!;
33 h3 0-0 C4 242 tLl c 3 2 45 246
0 ge 1 �f4 b4 247 ;!;
0_0 24 ge S
2 41
tLl bdi C6
4 3 244
tLlf8 a6
4X 51
34 ...
C32 ge1
249
tLlbd2 2 tLl e4 tLl g3
tLl c6 50 m
ge S �di � f8 d5 �d6 ;!;
2 53 55
35 �d3 C42 tLl bdi 0-0
57
�d2 2 61
�f4 ge l �e4
...

2 54 2 56 5X 2 59
d5 �d6 �b4 0_ 0 2 tLld4 2!>1
) 6
� d2 �g 4 tLl c6 de 2 2
2 64 2 66
36 0-0 C4 h3 gel 2 6X
�e4 g e4 ±
"' 65
�g 4 · C6 2 0 _02
67
of
�h5 de

93
227 5 ... g6? ! 6 .�d3 d5 [6 . . . 4:J f6 ? 7 . 0-0 C) 6. h3 ih5
ig7 8 .E\e I �e6 9 . 4:J g5± Bilguer] 7 . 0-0 �g7 C 1 ) 7 .� d 3 �e7 ! ? [7 . . . 4:J f6 S . 4:J h4 4:J c6 9.g4
8 . E\e l f5 9 . c4 c 6 1 0 .�b3 0-0 ( Weiss­ � g 6 1 0 . 4:J g 6 h g 1 1 . �g2 � d 7 1 2 . ClJ c 3
B lackburne, Nuernberg 1 883) 1 1 . 4:J c3± 0-0-0 1 3 .�e3± Dely-Petran, Budapest
Bilguer. 1 973] 8 .�e3 [ S .�b5 ? c6 9 .�h5 ?? 4:J f6+-]
5 ... 4:J d7 6 .�d3 4:J df6 7 .0-0 �e7 d5 9 . a3 ? ! [9 .�b3 Forintos, Haag] ClJ c6
A) 8.c4 d5 9 .c5 0-0 1 0 . 4:J e5 E\eS I I .�f4:!: 1 0 . 4:J bd2 O - o - o t Eisenberg-Marshall,
ClJ d7 1 2 . ClJ c 3 (Dvoretsky-Raskin, Moscow Monte Carlo 1 902;
1967) ClJ e5 1 3 .�e5 4:J c 3 1 4 .bc �c5 1 5 .�g7 C2) 7 . �e2 ! �e7 S .�e3 ll g4 , � g2, 0- 0±
mg7 1 6 . dcoo Dvoretsky; Polugaevsky.
B) S .E\e l d5 9 . c4 �e6 [9 . . . c6 1 0. 4:J c3 4:J c 3
l l .bc 0 - 0 1 2 . 4:J e5 ± Gutman] 1 0.cd idS 228 6.c4 -2 1 .
1 1 .�c2 4:J d6 1 2 . 4:J e5 0-0 1 3 . 4:J c 3 c6 6.d5 0-0 7 .�d3 4:J f6 [ 7 . . . 4:J c5 8 .�e2 �f5=
[ 0 1 3 . . . �e6 Forintos, Haag] 1 4 . i g 5 ± Forintos, Haag] S.4:Jc3 �g4 9 .�e3 4:J bd7=
Honti-Toth, Hungary 1 972. Berger, Burn & Tarrasch-Alapin, Schal·
5 ... ClJ f6 lop & Schiffers, Breslau 1 889.
A) 6.h3 g6 7 .�d3 �g7 S .O-O 0-0 9 . c4 4:J c 6
[9 . . . c5 ! ? Forintos, H a a g ] 1 0 . 4:J c3 E\ e S 229 6 ... 4:J g5
[ 1 0 . . . d5 ] 1 I .if4 4:J h5 1 2 .ig5 f6 1 3 .�d2 f5 A) 7 . h3 0-0 Forintos, Haag;
1 4.�g5:!: Sax-Petran, Hungary ch 1 975; B) 7 . 0-0
B) 6.4:Jc3 - 1 7; B1) 7 . . . �g4 S .� g5 �g5 9 .� e l ! �e7
C) 6.id3 �e7 7 .�e2 g6 S . 4:J c3 �g7 9 .�g5 1 O. 4:J bd2:!: [ 1 0 .�e4] ;
c6 1 0 .�d2 h6 I I .�h4:!: Mestel-Lev, B2) 7 . . . 4:J f3 S .�f3 4:J c6 9 . c 3 0-0
Beersheba 1 988; B21) 1 0 . 4:J d2 [ 1 0 . 4:J a3 ! ? 11 4:J c 2 - e 2 ] dS
D) 6.c4 ie7 7 . 4:J c3 0-0 S.h3 E\eS 9 .�e3 1 1 .E\el (Klovans-Archipkin, Riga 1 980)
�f5 1 0.g4 �g6 I I . 4:J h4 �e4 1 2 . E\ g l 4:J d5 �e6= Forintos, Haag;
1 3 .cd �h4 1 4 . 4:J e4 E\ e4 1 5 .�f3 ± B22) 1 0.�f4 E\eS 1 1 . 4:J d 2 �f8 1 2 JUe l �d7
Velimirovic-Reshevsky, Skopje 1 976. 1 3 .h3 E\ b S 1 4 . E\ eS �e S 1 5 . 4:J e4 �e7
5 ... i g4 1 6 . 4:J g 3 :!: �f8 1 7 . d 5 4:J e5 ! ? 1 8 . �e5 de
A) 6.�d3 1 9 .�e4 g6 20.�e5 �d6 2 1 .�g5 f5� Ye
AI) 6 . . . f5 ? ! 7 . c 3 [7.h3 �h5 S . g4 �g600 ; Jiangchuan-V.Salov, Tilburg 20' 1994;
7. 0-0 �e7 S . E\ e l 0-000] 4:J d7 S . �b3 �e7 C ) 7 . 4:J g 5 �g5 S .�e2 [S . O-O �c l 9.E\e l ie6
[S . . .if3 9 . gf 4:J g5 1 O.�b7 E\bS 1 1 .�d5+-] 1 O . � c 1 0 - 0 1 1 .�f4 4:J d7 1 2 . 4:J d2 �f6
9 . 0- 0 0 - 0 - 0 1 O . 4:J e 1 ! � h5 1 1 .f3 4:J g 5 1 3 .�e4 �h6 1 4.c4 c6 1 5 .b3 4:J f6= Grad·
1 2 .if5 �g6 (Timman-Van der Wiel, Til­ stein-Shrentzel, Israel 1 987]
burg 1984 -38/414) 1 3 .�d5 ! +- [X4:J g 5 ] Van C 1 ) S . . . �e6 9 . f4 �h4 1 O.g3 �e7 1 1 . f5 idS
der Wiel; 1 2 . 0-0 0-0 1 3 . 4:J c3± Kocs-Zamikhovsky,
A2) 6 . . . 4:J f6 7 . 0-0 �e7 -32 ; USSR 1 962;
B) 6 . ie2 �e7 7 . 0 - 0 0 - 0 S . d 5 [ S . c4 ! ? C2) S . . . m fS 9 .ie3 [9.0-0 �c l 1 0 .E\ c l 4:J c6
Forintos, Haag] 4:J d7 9 . 4:J d4 �e2 1 O.�e2 1 1 . c3 �g5 1 2 . 4:J d2 ig4 1 3 .�e3 �e3 1 4.fe
ClJ ef6 1 1 . 4:J c3 E\eS= Showalter-Marshall, E\eS 1 5 . e4 g6= Polovodin-Karasev, Lenin·
1910; grad 1 985] 4:J c6 1 0. 4:J d2 4:J b4 I I .�e4 ie3

94
1 2.fe d5 1 3 .a3 CLl e6 1 4 .�d3 �h4 1 5 .�f2 1 2 .�e2 g6 1 3 .�h6 CLl g7 1 4 . CLl d2 )'l e S
l1:\'f2 1 6.�f2± Velimirovic-Murey, Moscow 1 5 . )'l ad l [ 1 5 . CLl fl �g5=] �g4= Forintos,
(izt) 1982 -34/376; Haag;
C3) 8 " .�e7 9 . 0-0 0-0 l O.�e4 f5 [ 1 0 " . g6 ! ? A2) 9 . e 3 b6 [ 9 " . e 5 ] l O.�g 5 �b7 1 l . f4 CLl bd7
M.Pavlovicl 1 1 .�f3 CLl e6 1 2 . e 3 1 2 . tlJ d2 e5 1 3 .�f3 ± Capablanca-Tener­
C31) 1 2 " .�g5 1 3 .�d5 WhS 1 4.�g5 �g5 wurzel, New York 1911;
1 5 .f4 't!!i e 7 1 6 .�f3 �d7 1 7 . d 5± Maka­ B) S . )'l e l 0-0
rychev-Bronstein, USSR 1978; Bl) 9 .�f4 �g4 [9 . . . )'leS 1 0 . CLl bd2 CLl bd7
C32) 1 2" .� hSf± Forintos, Haag.6... d5 - l 1 . e4 e5 1 2 . � e 2 de 1 3 . � e 4 ± Marko­
5 . . d5
. Schwarz, Vienna 1985] 1 0 . CLl bd2 �d6
6 .. .f5?! 7. 0 0 0-0
- [ 1 0 . . . CLl h 5 ? 1 1 . �e 3 ± Tarrasch-Mason,
A) 8.E1e I d 5 9 .e4±1±; Manchester 1 890] 1 1 . � g 3 [ 1 1 .�e5 ! ?
B) 8 .c4 e6 9.�e2 [ 9 . )'le l ! ? Yusupov] d5 Forintos, Haag] �g3 1 2.hg CLl e6 1 3 . e 3
1 0.Wb3± Max Lange. �d6= Lasker-Mason, London 1892;
B2) 9 . CLl bd2
230 7/iJc3 �g4 B 2 1 ) 9 " .b6? ! 1 0. CLl f l e5 I I . e 3 �g4 1 2 . CLl e3
A) 8.h3 �h5 9.g4 �g6 1 0 .�e3 (Schiffers­ �f3 ? ! 1 3 .�f3 ± Kuzmin-Falkon, Nice 01
Caro, Vienna 1 889) e 6 1 1 .�d2 b 5 f± 1 974;
Forintos, Haag; B22) 9 " .e5 I O . de �e5 I l . tlJ b 3 �b6 1 2 .�e3
B) 8.�e3 a6 [oS" .O-O Forintos, Haag] 9.d5 CLl e 6
IiJ bd7 1 0.h3 �h5 1 1 .�e2± Weiss-Alapin, B221) 1 3 .�d2 �g4 1 4.�b6 � b 6 1 5 . CLl e5
Frankfurt 1887. l'lfe S = Lisitsin-Lilienthal, Moscow 1940;
7.liJ bd2 B222) 1 3 . h3±.
A) 7 . .. ttJe6 S.e3 d5 [ o S " .O-O] 9 .t2lf 1 ! ? 0-0 B23) 9 " .�g4 1 0 . CLl f l ± ;
1 0. ltJ g 3 �d6 1 1 .0-0 �g4? ! 1 2 .h3± Behting­ B3) 9 . h 3 e5 1 0 .de �e5 I I .�e3 �e3 1 2 . )'le3
Schiffers, corr 1894/95; CLl e6 1 3 . CLl bd2± Pyhala-Marcovic, Rilton
B) 7 . .0-0 S .O-O [ S . CLl f l ? ! )'leS] -32 .
. Cup 1987;
7.c4 - I 45/7 ... CLl f6 . B4) 9 . CLl e5 -A t .
7.c3 0-0 8.'t!!i e2 tlJ bd7 9 . 0-0 )'leS 1 O.�e3 7 0-0
.•.

IiJ fS= Schwarz-B1ackburne, Vienna 1898. A) S . CLl e 3 - 1 7;


B) S .�g5 �g4 [ S " . CLl bd7 9. )'l e l )'leS 1 0 . e4±
231 7 .. d5? !
. Thorhallsson-Olsen, Copenhagen 1990]
A) S . ltJ e5 0-0 9 . CLl bd2 CLl e6 1 0. e 3 h6 1 1 .�h4 CLl h5 ! 1 2 .�e7
AI ) 9.E1e l CLl e7= Keres-Bronstein, USSR ch 196 1 ;
A l l) 9 . . . )'leS 1 0 . � f4 [ l O . CLl c3 CLl bd7 ? C) S . )'l e 1
l I . ttJ d5 ! ttJ d5 1 2 .�h7 W fS 1 3 . CLl f7+­ C l ) S " .2:eS 9 . h 3 [9.e4 e6 1 0 . CLl e 3 �g4 I I . h3
Shlekis-Maslov, corr 1982] CLl bd7 I I . CLl d2± �h5 = Hecht-Szabo, Solingen 1974]-33;
Gaprindashvili-De Caro, Medellin 01 1974; C2) S " .�g4 -32 ;
A 12) 9 .e5 1 O.de �e5 I l . CLl e 3 CLl e 6 1 2 .�g5
" D) S .b3 �g4 9 .�b2 CLl e 6 1 0 . a3
1e6 1 3 .'t!!i f 3± Eisenberg-Pillsbury, Monte Dl) 1 0 . . . )'leS;
Carlo 1902 D2) 1 0 . . . d5= Forintos, Haag;
A13) 9 . . . ttJ e 6 (Panov) 1 0 . e 3 CLl e5 1 1 . de CLleS E) S . h 3 -33 .

95
232 8.lLlbd2 0-0 9 . lLl c4 lLl c6 [9 . . . lLl dS dinov, Kislovodsk 1972 - 1 4/249] 1 2. lLl g3
1 O.h3 �e6 I l .c3 lLl c6 1 2 ."Wc2 h6 1 3 . lLl e3 �dS± Stein.
lLl e3 1 4.�e3 �f6=1± Rogers-Martinovsky, 9 Ele8 1 O. lLl f l �fS 1 1 .EleS "WeS
•..

Philadelphia 1992] 1 O . c3 �hS 1 1 . lLl e 3 �g6 A) 1 2 .�gS lLl bd7 1 3 . lLl g3 g6 1 4.h3 �e6
1 2 . lLl fS "Wd7 1 3 . lLl e7 lLl e7 1 4 . El e l �d3 I S ."Wd2 �g7 1 6 .�h6 lLl f8= Huebner­
I S ."Wd3 lLl g6 1 6 . �gS lLl dS 1 7 . lLl h4 bSoo Petrosian, Tilburg 1981 -32/(403);
B.Hartman-Schleifer, Winnipeg 1986. B) 1 2 . lLl g3 lLl c6 1 3 .c3 [L1h3 ] ± .
8.c4 2 1-
. 9 ...d 5 1 0. lLl fl El e S I l . lLl g3 lLl bd7 1 2 .h3±
8.c3 lLl bd7 9 . lLl bd2 0-0 1 O.Ele l dS [ l O . . . EleS Euwe.
1 1 ."Wb3 ElbS 1 2.h3 �hS 1 3 .�fl (Lanka­
Schwarz, Podolsk 199 1 ) d S = L1�d6] I I . lLl f l 236 lO.dc dc I l . lLl c4 lLl c6 1 2 . lLl e3 �d7
El e S 1 2.h3 � h S 1 3 . lLl g3 � g 6 1 4 .�g6 h g 1 3 .c3 g6 1 4."We2 (Honfi-Petran, Hungary
l S .�f4 lLl fS 1 6."Wc2 �d6= Tarrasch-B i ack­ 1974) EleS I s . lLl c4 �fS± Honfi .
burne, Vienna 1 898.
237 1l .c4? ! [L1dS] cd
233 8 ... lLlc6 9 . c 3 [ 9 . h 3 �hS 1 0 . � g S A) 1 2.g4? �g6 1 3 .�g6 hg 1 4 . lLl d4 dS+
0-0=] 0-0 (Lipke-Caro, Vienna 1 898) Dvoretsky-Butnoruis, Dubna 1970;
1 O. lLl bd2 -32. B) 1 2. lLl b3 �f3 [ 1 2 . . . lLl c6 1 3 .�e2] 1 3 .iMff3
lLl c6 1 4 .�f4� L1E1ad l Dvoretsky .
234 9.h3 �hS l o . lLl bd2 lLl bd7 [ 1 0 . . . cS ll .dc dc=.
-32 ; 1 O . . . El eS ! ? Gutman] I I . lLl fl �g6 1 l . lLl b3 lLl c6 1 2 .�e2 EleS 1 3 .c3
1 2 . lLl g3 El e S 1 3 . � gS lLl dS = Kupper­ A) 1 3 . . . "W b6 ? ! 1 4 . a4 ! ? � fS I S . aS "Wc7
Smyslov, Muenchen 01 1958. 1 6.�gS lLl e4 1 7 .�f4± Fedorowicz-Shirazi,
USA (ch) 1992;
235 9 ... lLl bd7 1 0. lLl f l B) 1 3 . . . �fS ! ? 1 4.�gS h6 I S .�h4±;
A) I O . . . El e S I l . lLl g3 lLl fS [ o l l . . .�fS C) 1 3 . . . ElcS ! ? L1b6,dS ;
Forintos, Haag] 1 2 . h 3 ± Schlechter­ D) 1 3 . . . h6 L1�fS.
Mason, London 1 899;
B) 1 0 . . . �hS ! ? L1�g6 1 1 . lLl g 3 �g6 1 2 . lLl fS±. 238 12 ...�g6 ? ! 1 3 .c3 ! [ 1 3 .dS �d3 1 4.iMfd3
9... lLl c6 I O .c3 lLl b4 I S ."We2 EleS 1 6.c4 L1a3± Lj ubojevicl
A) IO . . . EleS [L1�fS] I I ."Wb3 [L1dS ] ; cd [ 1 3 . . . EleS 1 4.dS±] 1 4. lLl d4 ! lLl d4 I S .�g6
B) I O . . . "Wd7 I I ."Wb3 ! El abS 1 2 .dS lLl e S hg 1 6 ."Wd4 dS 1 7 .�gS iMfd6 I S . EleS±
1 3 . lLleS de 1 4 . lLl c4 [ 1 4.EleS �d6 I S . Ele l Beliavsky-Barua, London 1985.
lLl d S ] iMfdS I S . lLl e S "Wb3 1 6 . ab �cS I 7 .�c4±
Kr.Georgiev-Popchev, Primorsko 1987; 239 13 ... cd 1 4. lLl fS± Ljubojevic .
C) I O . . . dS I I . lLl f l "Wd7 1 2 . lLl g3 �d6 1 3 .h3 13 ... lLld4 1 4.iMfb7 EleS I S . lLl fS± Ljubojevic­
�f3 1 4 .iMff3 �g3 I S .fg± Tarrasch-Mars­ Smyslov, London World-USSR 1984 -371
hall, Nuernberg (m) 1905. 340.
9 iMfd7 l o .lLl fl lLl c6 I I .c3 ElaeS [ I I . . .�fS
•••

1 2 .dS lLl eS 1 3 .�fS iMffS 1 4 . lLl eS de I S . lLl g3 240 7 ... c6 S . c4 [8 .0-0 0-0 -33] �fS ! ?
iMf d7 1 6 . EleS �d6 1 7 .Ele2 �g3 I S .hg "W dS A) 9 . 0-0
1 9 .iMfdS lLl dS 2 0 . c4±1± Stein-Nezhmet- AI) 9 . . . �g6 1 0 . lLl c3 0 - 0 I I . � t4 El e 8

96
[ 1 l .. .dS ! ? Westerinen] 1 2 .�g6 hg 1 3 .dS± Tarrasch] 1 4.ge l �c6 1 S .�d2 lLl e8 1 6. lLl f3
Westerinen-O.Castro, Calella 1981 -32/ �f6 1 7 .dS �d7 1 8 .�e3:!: Tarrasch-Barde­
403; leben, Dresden 1 892;
A2) 9 . . . �d3 1 0 . VM d3 0 - 0 l 1 . lLl e 3 d S = B) 9 . c4 e6 I 0 . lLl g S lLl a6 I l . lLl e 3 lLl e7 1 2 . f4 !
Westerinen; h 6 1 3 . lLl f3 VM c 8 1 4 .VMc2 g b 8 I S . fS ±
B) 9.�fS �aS 1 O . lLl e3 VMfS 1 1 . 0 - 0 0-0 Tarrasch-Marco, Vienna 1 898.
I Hle l ge8 1 3 .VMbJ VMd7 1 4 . � gS lLl a6 8 c6 9.ge l [9.e4 ge8 -33] lLl bd7 1 O.�f4
•..

I S . g ad l h6 1 6 . � e3 lLl e n 1l � f8 , g 6 [ 1 0 . e4 ge8 -33] ge8 I I . e4 -33 .


Forintos, Haag.
242 9.gel lLl c6 [9 . . . lLl bd7 1 O.c4 e6 -33]
241 8 c5 ... 1 0.e3 -34.
A) 9.b3 ! ? Forintos, Haag;
B) 9.c3 ltJ e 6 1 O . � f4 ed [ 1 0 . . . VMb 6 243 9 ... lLl c6 1 O. lLl e 3 h6 1 1 . ge I
1 1 . 1/J bd2 ! ?00 ] 1 1 . lLl d4 lLl d 4 1 2 . e d VMb 6 A) 1 1 . . .�f8 1 2 . g e8 VMe8 1 3 . �f4 �d7
1 3 . l/J c 3 �d7oo Wets-Barua, Gausdal jwch 1 4 .VMd2±IO Fischer-Gheorghiu, Buenos
1986; Aires 1 970 - 1 0/267 ;
C) 9.l/Jc3 B) 1 1 . . . lLl b4 1 2 .�f1 [ 1 2 .�b l e6:!: ll lLl a6-
C1) 9 . . . a6 I O .�gS lLl e6 1 1 . ge 1 h6 1 2 .�h4 c7 ,�f8] �fS 1 3 . g e2 VM c 8 ! :!: [ 1 3 . . . �d3 ? ?
�e6 1 3 .a3 ItJ dS [ 1 3 . . . ge8 ! ?] 1 4. lLl dS �h4 1 4 . g e 7 + - ] B o b b y Fischer/Ediciones
l I 4 . . . �dS l S .�e7 lLl e7 1 6 .�e4:!: ] l S . lLl f4 Eseuve .
iLl d4 1 6 . ltJ d4 cd 1 7 . g 3 �f6 1 8 . lLl e6 fe 9 ... c6 1 0. lLl e 3
1 9 .1Mfg4� rJ Zarnicki-Amura, Clarin A) 1 0 . . . lLl bd7 -33 ;
1995; B) 1 0 . . . a6 I l .b4 [ l l . a4? as 1 2 .ge l ltJ a6f±
C2) 9 . . . ltJc6 Walter-Eperj esi, corr 1 973/75] lLl bd7
C21 ) lO.a3 cd 1 1 . lLl e 2 lLl eS [ 1 1 . . . dS 1 2. lLl ed4 1 2 .�e3 lLl f8 1 3 .a4 as 1 4.bS lLl g6 I S . ge l
�c5 1 3 .�e 3 :!: ] 1 2 . lLl ed4 lLl d 3 1 3 . VM d 3 :!: lLl hS 1 6 .VMd2± Tukmakov-Bronstein,
Short-Asmundsson, Iceland 1985; Moscow 1 97 1 .
C22) 1 0.ge l 9. . .c5 1 O . dS �f8 I l . lLl e 3 a6 1 2 .a4 as 1 3 .�gS
C221) 1 O . . . ltJ b4 1 1 .�gS t [ 1 1 .�f1 ? ! �fS h6 1 4.�h4 lLl a6 I S . gel lLl b4 1 6 .�b l ±IO
I Hle2 ge8f± Forintos, Haag] ; Fedorowicz-Smyslov, Dortmund 1986.
C222) 1 0 . . . a6 1 1 . dS
C2221 ) I I . . . lLl b4 1 2 . � f 1 [ l 2 .�e4] �fS 244 10 .. lLl fS.

1 3 . El e2± Karpov; A ) 1 1 . ge l
C2222) I I . . . lLl a7 1 2 . a4 �d7 1 3 . aS g e 8 A I ) 1 1 . . . lLl e6 1 2 .b4 g6 1 3 .gb l e6 1 4 .gb2 ! ?
1 4 .�fl h6 [ 1 4 . . . lLl bS ! ? Forintos, Haag] �f8 I S . g be2 �d7 1 6 . � e 3 ± Vasiukov­
1 5 .�f4 �f8 1 6 . g e8 VMe8 1 7 . � h2 VM d 8 Rossetto, Camaguey 1974;
1 8.l/Jd2± 0 Karpov-Smyslov, USSR 1972. A2) 1 1 . . . lLl g6
8 � e6
... A21) 1 2 .�gS e6 1 3 .VMd2 �d7 1 4 .ge2 lLl hS
A) 9.l/Jc3 1tJ c6 1 0. lLl e2 [ 1 O .ds lLl dS 1 1 . lLl dS I S .gae l �gS 1 6.ge8 �e8 1 7 .VMgS:!: Rachels­
�d5 1 2.�h7 Wh7 1 3 .VMdS VMd7= Bilguer] Tan, Australia jwch 1988;
iLl b4 1 1 . 1tJ f4 lLl d 3 1 2 .VM d3 �dS ? ! A22) 1 2 .VMe2 �d7 [ 1 2 . . . c6 -246112.VMc2]
lo I 2 . . �d7=] 1 3 . lLl gS g 6 ? ! [ 1 3 . . . �c6
. 1 3 .�gS �e6 1 4 .dS �d7 I S .gad l a6 1 6 .�e3:!:

97
1/2-1f2 Arnason-Karpov, Oslo 1984; dersen-Pischel, Vienna 1 873) h6=
B) 1 1 .ii,f4 ctJ g6 1 2.ii,h2 c6 [ 1 2 " .ii,d7 1 3 .�c2 Forintos, Haag] h6 l 1 .c4 dc [ 1 l " .ii,e6 1 1
a5t Forintos, Haag] 1 3 .b4 as 1 4.b5 ii,d7 1 2.c5 ctJ e4 Forintos, Haag] 1 2 .ii,c4 ii,d6
1 5 .Elb l ± Kurajica-Hammer, Bie1 1981; 1 3 . ctJ c 3 [ l 3 .�d3 �d7 ! ? ��f5] ii,f5=
C) l 1 .d5 ctJ g6 1 2 .Ele l ii,d7 Johner-Salve, Karlsbad 1 9 1 1 .
Cl) 1 3 .ii,g5 ctJ h5 ! = Tal-Smyslov, USSR 9.c4
1971 - 1 2/242; A) 9 " .Ele8- 23 3/9 ... ctJ c6;
C2) 1 3 . ctJ d4± Korchnoi. B) 9 " .d5 -5 " . d5 ;
C) 9 " . ctJ b4 ! ?
245 1 1 .�c2 ctJ f8 1 2 .ii,e3 ii,d7 [ 1 2 " . a5
1 3 .d5 ! ?] 1 3 . b4 a6 1 4. a4 b6 1 5 .Elab l ctJ g6 249 10.�c2 h6 1 1 . ctJ bd2 ii,f8 1 2. ctJ c4 ctJd5
1 6. Elfe I Elb8 1 7 . b5± Haag-Koszorus, Pecs 1 3 . ctJ e3 [ 1 3 . a4 �f6? ] ctJ f4= Ryumin·
1974. Goglidze, Moscow 1935 .
1 0.ii,f4 ctJ h5 1 1 . ii, h 2 g6 1 2 . El e l �f8
246 12.ii, e3 a6 1 3 . a4 as 1 4 .d5t Pilnik­ [ 1 2 " . ctJ g7 1 3 .d5 ! ?] 1 3 . Ele8 �e8 1 4 . ctJ bd2
Smetan, Argentina 1972 - 1 4/248 . ii,g7 1 5 .�b3t Kavalek-Smyslov, Tilburg
12.�c2 ctJ g6 1 3 .ii,g5 ii,d7 1 4 .Ele2 [ 1 4.ii,f5 ? ! 1979.
�c8 1 5 .ii,d7 �d7= Prasad-Barua, Calcutta
1986] ctJ h5 1 5 .ii,d2 ii,f8 1 6 .Elae I t Timman­ 250 1O ... h6 1 1 . ctJ bd2 ii,f8 1 2 . ctJ f1 ge l
Radulov, Wijk aan Zee 1974. [ 1 2 " . d 5 1 3 . ctJ e5 ii,d6 1 4 .ii, f4tl± King.
Barua, London 1982] 1 3 .� e 1 g6 Forintos,
247 13.�b3 ? ! Haag t .
A) 1 3 " .b5 1 4.cb ctJ e6 ! [ 1 4 " . ab ? 1 5 . d5 ! ± ]
1 5 .ii,e3 [ 1 5 .ii,g 3] a b 1 6. a4t Bobby Fischerl 2 5 1 1 1 . ctJ a3 h 6 1 2 . ctJ c4 ii,f8 1 3 . ctJ e3
Ediciones Eseuve; (Matulovic-Toth, Budapest m 1972) �c8t
B) 1 3 " . ctJ e6 1 4.ii,h2 ii,f8 [ 1 4" . b5 ! ? 1 5 . a4 Forintos, Haag.
bc 1 6.ii,c4 d5 1 7 .ii,fl c500 Bobby Fischerl 11 .ii,f4
Ediciones Eseuve] I 5 .Ele2 b5 1 6 .�c2 ii,b7 A ) 1 l . . . ctJ h5 1 2.ii,h2 g6 1 3 . ctJ bd2 ii,f8 1 4.E1e8
1 7 . El ae l [ 1 7 . a4 Elb8 ! Bobby Fischerl �e8 1 5 .�b3± Kaminski-Ka.Schulz, DDR
Ediciones Eseuve] g600 Fischer-Petrosian, ch 1989;
Buenos Aires m(S) 1971 - 1 2/ 243. B) 1 1 . . . h 6 1 2 . ctJ bd2 ii,f8 1 3 .�c2 gel
13.dS ! ?;!; cd 1 4.cd ctJ g6 [ 1 4 " .b5 1 5 .M ii,b7 1 4.Ele U I.Polgar-Toth, Kecskemet 1972;
1 6 . a4± Korchnoi] 1 5 .ii,h2 ii,d7t Forintos, C) 1 1 . . .ii,f8 ! ? Forintos, Haag.
Haag.
13.�d2;!; �Ele2,Ele 1 Spassky. 13.b4W± ctJ e6 252 14.Ele8 �e8 1 5 .�c2 h6 1 6 .ii,d2 \):iIf8
[ 1 3 " . ctJ g6 Yusupov] 1 4.ii,h2 ii,f8 1 5 .�b3 b5 1 7 . ctJ f5 t B ronstein-Smyslov, USSR ch
1 6 .d5 ! ;!;/± (I.Polgar-Toth, Hungary 197 1 ) 1971 - 1 2/24 1 .
b c 1 7 .ii,c4 c d 1 8 . ctJ d 5 ii,b7t Forintos, Haag.
2 5 3 6.c4? ii,b4 7 . ctJ bd2 0 - 0 8 .ii,e2 de
248 9.ii,e3 ctJ b4 1 O. ctJ c3 d5 1 1 .a3 ctJ d 3 = [ 8 " . ctJ c6 9 .0-0 ii,d2 1 0.ii,d2 dc+ Sommer·
Loewental-Barnes, London 1 862. feld-Mende, Bundesliga 1 987] 9 .0-0 ctJd2
9.a3 d5 1 O.Ele l [ 1 O. ctJ c 3 a6 1 1 . ctJ e2 (An- 1 O .ii,d2 ii,d2 1 1 .�d2 ii,e6+ Gu rieli·

98
Ruchjeva, Frunse 1986. D2) 9 .,m,bS ! a6 1 0 .,m,c6 bet (Lilienthal­
6.h3 �d6 7 .�d3 0-0= Kurajica-Pavicic, Alatortsev, Moscow 1 944) I I .l"i:e I ! ?±
Yugoslavia ch 1977 . Forintos, Haag.
6.�e2 �d6 [6 . . . ,m,e7] 7 . 0-0 0-0
A) 8.b3 ? ! (Kurajica-Chekhov, Banja Luka 255 7.ctJ c3 ctJ c 3 S .bc ,m,g4 9 .0-0 0-0 1 0.c4
1976 -22/261) �f6 9 .,m,b2 ctJ c6+ Chekhov; dc 1 1 .,m,c4 ctJ c6 1 2.c3 �f6 1 3 .,m,e2 l"i:fe S
B) 8.liJ bd2 ,m,fS 9 . ctJ e4 ,m,e4 1 O.,m,gS �d7= 1 4.l"i:e l h6 I S .h3 ,m,hS 1 6 .,m,e3 ctJ e 7 = Mellier­
Am.Rodriguez-G.Garcia, Kuba 1 9 S7; Briggs, Hastings Masters 1995.
C) 8 .c4= Chekhov. 7.ctJ bd2 0-0 S .O-O
6.�f4 �e 7 7. ctJ bd2 ,m,g4 [7 . . . ,m,fS ! ?] 8 .,m,e2 A) S . . . fS 9 . c4 c6
IIJ d7 [oS . . . O-- O ] 9 . ctJ e4 de 1 0 . ctJ d2 ,m,e2 AI) 1 O.cd cd 1 1 .�b3 �hS 1 2 . ctJ eS ctJ c6+
[ l O ... �fS ! ?] 1 1 .�e2 fS 1 2 .�c4 ctJ b6 1 3 .�c7 Zahariev-Skembris, Iraklion 1992;
Wc7 1 4.,m,c7 ctJ dS I S .,m,eS ctJ b4 1 6.0-0 ctJ c2 A2) 1 0 .�b3 m h Soo Galia-Paoli, Vienna
1 7J:1 ac l ctJ b4 I S . l"i: c 7 ± Szep-Gluck, 1949;
Zalakaros 1994. B) S . . .,m,fS ! ? 9 .l"i:e I l"i:eS 1 O. ctJ fl ,m,g6 1 1 .c3
ctJ d7 1 2 . ctJ g3 c6 1 3 .�c2 �c7 ! + (Rossetto­
254 6 ... ctJ d6 7 .0-0 ,m,e7 -6 . . . ,m,e7 7 .,m,d3 Pilnik, Bahia Blanka 1946) 11 1 4. ctJ e4 de
IIJd6.6 ... �fS 7 . 0-0 ,m,e7 -6 . . . ,m,e7 7 . 0-0 ,m,fS . I S .,m,e4 l"i:e4 1 6 . l"i:e4 ctJ f6+ .
6 ... g6? ! -227 .
6 ... liJ f6? ! 7.0-0 ,m,e7 -23 1 17 ... dS. 256 7 ... 0-0
6 ... �e6?! 7. 0-0 ctJ d7 ? [7 . . . ,m,d6 ; 7 . . . ,m,e7] A) S .cd? ! ,m,b4
8.�e4 de 9 . ctJ gS ctJ f6 1 O.l"i:e 1 t Anderssen­ A l ) 9 . m f l ? �dS 1 O.�c 2 l"i:eS 1 1 . ctJ c 3 ? ctJ c 3
Mieses, Leipzig 1 87 1 . 1 2 .bc �f3 ! 1 3 .cb ctJ c6+ 1 4.,m,b2 ctJ b4 1 S .,m,h7
6...�g4 mhS 1 6.gf ,m,h3 1 7 . m g l ctJc2 I S .,m,c2 l"i:e2
A) 7.c4? (Weiland-Engels, Lenz 1 988) 1 9 . 1"i: c l l"i: ae S 20.,m,c3 l"i: Se3 [20 . . . l"i:c2-+]
�b4; 2 1 .,m,b4 l"i:f3 22.,m,dl l"i:ffi 0-1 Janowski­
B) 7.h3 �hS S .�e2 [ S .O-O ,m,e7 9.c4 ctJ c6 Marshall, Biarritz ( m /3 ) 19 12;
1 0.cd 1!-lfdS I l . ctJ c3 ctJ c3 1 2.bc ,m,f3 1 3 .�f3 A2) 9 . ctJ bd2 ctJ d2 1 O.,m,d2 l"i:eS 1 1 .m f l ,m,d2
Wf3 1 4 .gf±l± @ Schuett-Reinecker, 1 2 . � d2 �dS 1 3 . l"i: c l ,m,fS 1 4 .,m,c4 �d 6
Bargteheide 1989] I S . ctJ gS l"i:fS 1 6 .h3 ctJ c6 1 7 .g4 ,m,d7 I S . l"i:d l
Bl) 8 .. .fS ? (Eisinger-Michel, Bad Oeyn­ l"i:aeS+ Ricardi-Adla, Buenos Aires 1990;
hausen 1 939) 9 . g4 ! fg [9 . . . ,m,g6 1 O. ctJ e S ,m,e7 B) S . O-O -7.0-0 0-0 S . c4 ;
(Varga-Kahn, Budapest 1987) I l . ctJ d2 11 C) S . cS ,m, e 7 9. ctJ c 3 ctJ c 3 1 O.bc b6 ! 1 1 .cb ab
IIJc6 1 2. liJ df3± Forintos, Haag] 1 0. ctJ eS± 1 2.,m,e3 cS 1 3 .�c2 h6 1 4 .�d2 l"i:eS I S .0-0
Keres; c4 1 6 .,m,c2 ctJ d7 17 .l"i:ae 1 ,m,fSoo/+ Janowski­
B2) 8 . . . 1!-lfe7t Forintos, Haag; Marshall, Biarritz ( m/S ) 1912.
C) 7.0-0 ctJc6 [7 . . . ,m,e7 -6 . . . ,m,e7] -6 . . . ctJ c6 ;
D ) 7.1!-lfe2 1!-lfe7 [7 . . .fS S .h3 ,m, h S 9 . g4 ! -B l ] 257 8 ,m, d2 ctJ d2 9 . ctJ bd2 0-0 1 0 .0-0 ,m,g4
.

8.0-0 liJc6 [ 1 O . . . ctJ c6 ! ? Forintos, Haag] 1 1 .�b3 ctJ c6


01) 9.c3 fS [9 . . . 0-0-0= Forintos, Haag] 1 2 . cd ,m,d2 1 3 . ctJ d 2 ctJ d4 1 4.�b7 l"i:bS 1 S .�a7
l O.h3 �hS 1 1 . l"i: e l 0 - 0-0 1 2 . ,m,f4 l"i: g S t �dS� Goering-Minckwitz, Leipzig 1 870.
Desler-Anderssen, Copenhagen 1929;
258 8 ... �d2 9 .�d2 0-0 35 -
. B) 8 . . . c6 9 .VfJb3 � a6oo .
8 ... � d2 9 .�d2 VfJe7
A) l O . � f l dc 1 1 .�bt VfJb4 1 2 .VfJel VfJe l 2 64 8.�e4 ? ! de 9 .VfJe 1 (Henning-Roten·
1 3 .Ele l �d8 1 4.�c4 f6 I S .dS � d7 1 6 . � d4 stein, Berlin 192 1 ) VfJe7 I O . � gS � c6=
� b6 1 7 .�b3 �d7 1 8 . f4 1/2-1/2 Palac­ Forintos, Haag.
Forintos, Novi Sad 1 990; 8.VfJe2 ? ! fS
B) 1 0 .VfJe2 A ) 9 . c4? � c6 1 0.cd � d4 1 1 .VfJe3 � f3 1 2.gf
Bl) 1 O . . . VfJe2? 1 1 . � e2 �d2 1 2 . �d2 �e6 VfJh4� Michelsen-Marshall, New York
1 3 .cd �dS 1 4.Elhe l �d8 I S .�e4 �e4 1 6.Ele4 1915;
Ele8 1 7 .Elae l Ele4 1 8 . Ele4 � c6 1 9 . El g4 ! ± B) 9 . h3 �hS 1 0. g4 fgoo Forintos, Haag.
Alekhine-Marshall, St.Petersburg 1914; 8.h3 �hS 9 . � c3 � c3 1 O.bc 0-0 1 1 .c4 de
B2) 1 0 . . . �d2 1 1 .�d2 VfJe2 1 2.�e2 dc 1 3 .�c4 1 2 .�c4
0-0 1 4.Elhe l � c6 I S . dS ? ! [ I S .�dSt ] � aS A) l 2 . . . � c6 l 3 . c3 Ele8 l 4.Elb l � aS l S .�d3
1 6.�d3 cS 1 7 .�c3 b6= Janowski-Mars­ (Teichmann-Marshall, Bad Pistyan 1 912)
hall, New York 1913. c S = Forintos, Haag;
B) 1 2 . . . � d7 1 3 . El b l � b6 1 4 . � d3 :ge8
259 9 ... Ele8? 1 O.cd � f6 ? ! 1 1 . � eS � bd7 l S .ElbS �g6 1 6 .�g6 hg 1 7 .VfJd3 c6= Teich·
1 2 . � df3 � dS 1 3 . � f7 ! �f7 1 4. � g5 �f8 mann-Marshall, Karlsbad 1 9 1 1 .
I S .VfJh5 1-0 Capablanca-Schwarz, New 8 . El e l fS
York 1913. A) 9.h3 �hS 1 O. � bd2 [ 1 O.c4 ! ? Forintos,
9 ... � d2 1 0.�d2 �d2 I I .VfJd2 Haag] 0-0 l 1 .c4? � c6 ! 1 2 .cd � d4 l 3 .ltJ e4
A) l 1 . . .dc 1 2 .�c4 � d7 1 3 .Elfe l � f6 1 4.VfJf4 � f3 1 4. gf fe I S .�e4 VfJh4� Barlov-Milner·
VfJd6 l S .VfJd6 cd 1 6 . Ele7± Toh-Yeoh Chin Barry, Hastings 1927;
Seng, Moscow 01 1 994; B) 9 .c4
B) 1 1 . . . � c 6 1 2 . El fe 1 �g4 1 3 . � eS � eS Bl) 9 . . . � d7 1 0 . c S [ 1 0 . c d 0 - 0 1 1 . ct:J c3
1 4 . El e S t Capablanca-Marshall, � df6� Ruck-Tarrasch, Nuernberg 1906]
St.Petersburg 1914. �e7 1 1 .VfJb3± Forintos, Haag;
B2) 9 . . . c6 1 0. � c3 0-0
260 12 ...�f3? ! 1 3 .VfJf3 � d4 1 4.VfJe3 � fS B21) l 1 .cd �h2 1 2 . �h2 � f2 1 3 .VfJe2 ct:J d3
I S . VfJh3± Tarrasch. l 4.VfJd3 �f3 I S .�gS ! VfJgS 1 6 .VfJf3 (Capa·
blanca-Wolbrecht, St.Louis 1909) � d7--1;
261 13.cd ? ! �f3 1 4.gf � gS ! + Tarrasch. B22) 1 1 .h3± Bilguer;
B3) 9 . . . 0-0
262 1 3 ... de= 1 4 .VfJd4 ef I S .VfJd8 El fd 8 B31) 1 O .cd? �h2 1 1 .�h2 � f2 l 2 .VfJe2 ct:Jd3
1 6 .�c7 El d2= Ta rrasch-Marshall, S t . l 3 .VfJe6 [ 1 3 .VfJd3 �f3 l 4 .VfJf3 VfJh4] �h8
Petersburg 1914. l 4 .�gS VfJd6 l S .VfJd6 cd l 6 . Ele7 f4 1 7 .ct:Je3
� d7 1 8 . Eldl � b4+ Janowski-Marshall,
263 7 ... �f5 8 .c4 [ 8 . El e l 0-0 9 . c4 c6 - Biarritz 1912;
7 . . . 0-0 8 . c4 c6 9 . Ele l �fS ] B32) 1 0 . � c3 �h2 l 1 . � f l [ 1 1 . � h2 ct:Jf2
A) 8 . . . dc 9 .�e4 �e4 1 O.Ele l fS I 1 . � c 3 0-0 l 2 .VfJe2 � d 3 1 3 .VfJd3 �f3 ] � c6 1 2 . � d S �f3
1 2 . � e4 fe 1 3 .Ele4 � d7 1 4.VfJc2t [ 1 4 .�gS ] 1 3 .VfJf3 (Leonhardt-Marshall, Hamburg
Forintos, Haag; 1 9 1 1 ) � d4 1 4.VfJh3 [ 1 4 .VfJe3 VfJh4 ! ] �d6+;

1 00
B33) I O.h3 ! (Bilguer) �f3 1 1 .iWf3 tLlc6
12.cd tLld4°o . 26S8 ... f5? ! 9 . c S ! �e7 1 0.iWb3
if3 11. gf�gS 1 2 . f4 �h4 1 3 .iWb7 �f2 1 4.EU2
IiJf2 l S .\t>f2 iWh4 1 6 .\t>e2 iWh2 1 7 .\t>d l +­
Kashdan-De Nardo, Den Haag (01) 1928.

265 8 ...0-0 -37.

266 9.tLlbd2
A) 9 . . .fS I O .cd cd I l .iWa4 iWd7 1 2.�bs tLlc6
13.liJe5 �e5 1 4. detLld2 l S .�d2 0-0 1 6.�b4
i=Uc8 (Knorre-Hoing, Elberfeld 1 865)
17.id6 a6 1 8 .�d3± Van der Tak;
B) 9 . . . tLld2 ! ?
Bl) 10.�d2 0-0= Blazi-Roeder, Bayern
ch 1984;
B2) lO.El:e I ?! tLle4 1 1 .�e4 de 1 2 .El:e4 �e6
l3.d5 cd 1 4.cd O-O ! .
9.E1el.

267 1 0 ... fS l l .cd cd 1 2 .tLlc3± Korchnoi­


Monsch, Zurich 1988.

268 Krause-Nielsen, Copenhagen 1896.

1 01
Jt�
7 ...0-0 8.c4 RJc6

a b c d e

6 6

5 5

4 4

3 3

a b c d e f 9 h

l.e4 e5 2.ct'lf3 ct'lf6 3.ct'le5 d6 4.ct'lf3 ct'le4 5.d4 d5 6.!d3 !d6 7.0-0 0-0

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 IS 16
26 9 271 272 277
37 e4 ed h3 ttle3 ttle4 �e4 �fS g4 �e6
270 273 74 27 276 m
�g4 fS �hS ttldi fe ttlf6 5 mh8 ttldS �f7 ±
279 282
38 �gS �e4 h3 IWf3 :r::I:d1 ±
2HO 2XI
ttlf6 de �g4 �f3 ttle6
2X n4 2X6 2X7
39 ttle3 3 be �e4 ttlgS ttle6 �b7 �f3 IWe2 00
2X
�e6 ttle3 de ttld7 5 ttlf6 fe :r::I:bS ttldS
2H9 91 29
40 IWe2 IWb3 IWbi �e4 IWa6 3 ttlgS 00

2XX 290 92
fS de ttldi :r::I:bS fe
295 297 300 01 303
41 :r::I:e1 eS ttle3 be �f4 IWe23 ttleS �bS
294 96 29X 99 302 304 ±
:r::I:eS �ei ttle3 ttldi b6 ttlfS �f6 �eS

1 02
269 8.cLlbd2 -2S S . 8.L21c3 L21e3 9 .be D) S . . . �fS 9 . e4 e6 -43;
A) 9 . . . ig4 I O .E%b l E) S . . . �g4 9 .�e4 de I O .E%e4 fS 1 1 .E%e 1
AI) 1O . . . b6 1 1 .e4 e6 1 2 .ed ! [ 1 2 .E%el L21d7 E l ) 1 l . . .�f3 1 2.�f3 �h4 1 3 .h3 �d4 1 4.�b7
13.cd cd 1 4.h3 ihS I S .E%bS L21f6 1 6 .igS a6 L21d7 1 S .L21e 3 c;t>hS 1 6.L21bS �f6 1 7 .L21d6 �d6
17 .!f6 gf I S .E%b3 bS= Yates-Marshall, I S .�gS± Lanka-Katishonok, Riga Latvia
London 1927] cd 1 3 .E%bS ! ? -Dvoiris­ ch 1 993;
Rozentalis, Barnaul 1985 - S . e4 e6; E2) 1 1 . . .L21e6 1 2 . e 3 �f6 1 3 . h 3 �hS I 4.�b3
A2) 10 .. .cLld7 1 1 .h3 ihS l 2 .e4 de 1 3 .�c4 c;t>hS I S .�gS �g6 1 6 .L21bd2 E%aeSoo/± Lan­
i'l e 8 14 .�e3 L21b6= Leonhardt-Marshall, ka-Christensen, Budapest 199 1 ;
Karlsbad 1911; F ) S . . . E% e S 9 . c4 c6 -S.c4.
B) 9 . . . cS ! ? 1O.c4 dc 1 1 .�c4 cd=l't' Kmoch.
8.E1el 270 8 ...f5? 9.ed L21d7 I O .L21e3 L21df6
A) 8 . .. CLl f6? ! 9 .�gS �g4 1 O.L21bd2 L21bd7 1 1 .�b3± Quinteros-Bartrina, Olot 1 974.
1 1 .c3 h6 1 2 .�h4 eS 1 3:�c 2 �b6 1 4 .h3 �f3
lS./lJf3 E%fcS 1 6 .�fS:!: Capablanca-Mars­ 271 9.c5? �e7 1 O .h3 �f3 l 1 . gf [ 1 1 .�f3
hall, USA m 1909; fS +] L21 g S + John-Marshall, Hamburg
B) 8 . . . CLlc6 1910.
Bl) 9.h3?! �f6+ Teichmann-Schlechter, 9.L21c3 L21e3 I O.be de 1 1 .�c4
Monte Carlo 1903; A) 1 1 . . .�f6 1 2 .h3 �f3 [ l 2 . . . �hS 1 3 . g4 �g6
B2) 9.!e4 d e 1 O .E%e4 �fS � ; 1 4 .�gS �c2 I S .�e2 �f3 1 6 .�d3 � d 3
B3) 9.c4! ?:!:; 1 7 .�d3 L21d7 l S .�e4 E%ab8 1 9 .E%fb l ± Gobet­
C) 8 .. .f5 9.c4 Gurtner, Geneva 1987] 1 3 .�f3 �f3 1 4. gf
Cl) 9 . . . dc 1 0.�e4 �h8 1 1 .L21c3 L21c3 1 2 .bc L21d7 L'1cS:!: Gobet;
f4 1 3 ./lJeS± Glass-Drozd, Vienna 196 1 ; B) 1 1 . . . L21d7
C2) 9 . . . c6 1O.�b3 [ 1 0.L21c3 ! ? Skembris] Bl) 1 2.h3 �hS 1 3 .g4 (Maroczy-Milner­
C21) 1O . . . � e 6 l 1 .eS �e7 1 2 .�b7 L21d7 Barry, London 1932) L21b6f± Alekhine;
13.V9c6±/00 E%eS 1 4.L21c3 E%cS I S .�a4 L21df6 B2) 1 2 .�d3
16.!gS?! CLlgS 1 7 .L21gS �h2 ! I S . c;t>h2 L21g4 B21) 1 2 . . . L21b6 ? ! 1 3 .L21gS g6 1 4 .�b3 eS
1 9 .�gl WigS 2 0 . �e2°o Liang Jinrong­ I S .�e4 �fS 1 6 .�h4 hS 1 7 . d c �eS I S .�f4±/
Handoko, Beijing 1 992; t Gullaksen-Christensen, Gausdal 1990;
C22) 1 0 . . . cj;Jh8 1 1 .L21c3 [ 1 1 .ed cd 1 2 .L21c3 B22) 1 2 . . . c6 -8 .c4 c6;
/lJc6! ? Skembris] L21a6 B23) 1 2 . . . cS 1 3 .L21gS L21f6 1 4.h3
C22 1 ) 1 2.cS ? ! �c7 B23 1) 1 4 . . . �d7 ? I S .dc �cS 1 6 . �f7±
C22 1 1 ) 1 3 .Wia3 ? ! bS 1 4.eb ab I S .�b3 �e6 Mariotti-Roselli, Rome 1 9 1 1 ;
1 6 ./lJe2+ Ij2_1/2 Timman-Skembris, Korfu B232) 1 4 . . . �hS
m 1993; B232 1) I S .de �cS 1 6.�fS E%c8 1 7 .L21h7 L21h7
C2212) 1 3 . a3 ! ? b6 1 4 . � a4 ! ? b S f± 1 8 .�h5 L21f6 1 9 . � f3 �d6 2 0 . �b3 �aS
Skembris; 2 1 .�d2 �eS 22.g3 L21e4= Schlechter-Mars­
C222) 1 2.cd edoo 1 3 .L21dS ? ! [ 1 3 .�dS ? ? L21c3 hall, Hamburg 1910;
14.bc !h 2+ �] �e6 1 4 .�b7 [ 1 4 .�e4 E%eS B2322) I S .f4 h6 1 6. g4 ! bS [ 1 6 . . . hg 1 7 .fg
L'li'lc4] /lJacS ! I S .de �dS+ Skembris ; L21g4 I S .hg �d7 -A.Sokolov -011, USSR
C223) 12.a3oo Skembris; 1 989 -8 . e4 e6 9 .L21 e 3 ] 1 7 . �d5 E%e8oo

1 03
[ 1 7 . . . �g6 I S .'t&g6 hg 1 9 . �f7 ! ± Corzo­ 15.'t&d3 cudS 1 6 .CUeS 't&f6 1 7 .�h7 �eS 1 8 .de
Marshall, Havana 1913] . 't&eS 1 9 .�e4 [ 1 9 .�d2 ! ?] Ei:adS 20.�dS 2:d5
2 1 .'t&e 3 't&d� Maus-Christensen, Gausdal
272 10.cuc3 CUd7 1 990.
A) 1 1 .�e2 h6 1 2 .�e3 cudf6 1 3 .CUe4 fe
1 4.cud2 �e2 I S .'t&e2 (Janowski-Marshall, 278 17.cug5 �e6 I S .CUe6 't&h4 1 9 .Wb3 !±
Biarritz (m/9) 1912) 't&eS i1't&g6= ; [i1�gS] Alexander-Mallison, B righton
B) I l .CUe4 ! ? fe 1 2 .�e4 cuf6 1 3 .�d3 't&eS 1938.
1 4.h3 't&hS I S .�e2 Ei: aeS I 6.�e 3 Ei:e4 ! 1 7 .Ei:c l
�h3 I S . CUeS �g4 1 9 .f3 = Forintos, Haag; 279 9.c5 �e7
C) I l . h3 - 1 O . h 3 ; A) 1 O.cueS
D ) 1 1 .Ei:e l cudf6°o [ 1 1 . . .�h2? 1 2 . � h2 CUf2 AI) 1 0 . . . e 6 1 1 . � g S h6 1 2 . �h4 CU fd 7 =
1 3 .�gS ! ± List-Kostic, Berlin 1 928 ] . Weiner-Treppner, BRD 1977;
A2) 10 . . . b6 I l .e6 [ l l .eb? ! ab 1 2 .cue3 c5
273 10. . .�f3? 1 1 .'t&f3 ± . 1 3 .�e3 �b7 1 4 .cue2 cue6 I S .CUc6 � c6+
Rosenthal-Sellman, London 1883] �d6
274 11 't&e8 1 2 .'t&e2 CUd7 1 3 .CUe4 fe
.•. 1 2 .'t&e 2 't&eS 1 3 .2:e l �e6 1 4.�gS CUe4oo Van
14.'t&e4 't&e4 I S .�e4 cuf6 1 6 .cud2± Emma­ der Tak;
Rossetto, Buenos Aires 1965 . B) 1 O.�f4 CUe6 I l .h3 b6 1 2 .�bS �d7 1 3 .�c6
�e6 14.b4 CUe4= Robey-Barnes, London
275 1 3 �h8 1 4 .'t&d3 h6 I S .�d2 't&f6
••• 1862.
1 6 . g4 �n 1 7 .gS 't&dS l S . gh gh 1 9 .�h6 Ei:gS 9.CUc3 de 1 0.�e4
20.�h I ± Spielmann-Marshall, San Seba­ A) 1 0 . . . �g4 I l .h3 �hS 1 2 . Ei: e H Polu·
stian 1912. gaevsky ;
B) 1 O . . . CUe6
276 14...cud5? I S .�e6 �n 1 6 .CUgS+- . B l ) 1 1 .�gS h6 1 2 .�h4 �g4= Hooper;
B2) I l . h3 h6 1 2 .�e3 [ 1 2 .'t&e2± Forintos,
277 1 5 .�e6 cu e4 1 6.g4 �g6 1 7 .�e3 Haag] �fS 1 3 .cuh4 �h7
[ 1 7 .CUeS ? ! 't&h4 I S .'t&e2 't&h3--t Mitchell­ B21) 1 4 . f4 CUe4 I S .CU f3 cu g 3 1 6 .2:f2=
Milner-Barry, Hastin gs 1 934] Vfif6 Harrwitz-Loewenthal, London (m) 1853;
I S .CUeS± Forintos, Haag. B22) 1 4.�d3 �d3 [ 1 4 . . . 't&d7 ? ! I S .�h7ItJh7
1 5 .'t&b3 CUdS 1 6 .�gS �e7 1 7 .�e7 CUe7 1 6 .'t&f3 fS 1 7 .CUg6 ! ± Wolf-Pillsbury, Han·
I S .�e4 �f3 1 9 .�f3 CUfS nover 1902] I s .Vfid3± Van der Tak.
A) 20.�b7 Ei: b S 2 1 .'t&d5 't&f6 [ 2 1 . . .CUd6 9.'t&b3 ! ? Polugaevsky.
22 .�e6 Ei:b2 2 3 . Ei:ae 1 't&h4 24.f4 h6� Spiel­
mann-Marshall, San Sebastian 1 9 1 2 ] 280 9 ...�e6 1 O.'t&b3 de 1 1 .�e4 [ 1 1 .'t&b7?ry
2 2 . Ei: ae l CU d 4 2 3 .'t&e4 e 6 � Leonhardt­ �dS 1 2 .�f6 gf] �e4 1 2 .'t&e4 CUe6 1 3 .1tJc3
Marshall, San Sebastian 1912; h6 1 4 .�h4 gS I S .�g3± Morphy-Barnes,
B) 20.'t&b7 cud4 ! ? [20 . . . Ei:bS 2 1 .'t&a7 cud4 London 1859.
22.�g4 Ei:b2 (Bernstein-Marshall, San Se­
bastian 1911) 2 3 . a4±] 2 1 . Ei: ad 1 't&d6 Mie­ 281 1O ... h6 1 1 .�h4 gS 1 2 .�g3 �g4
ses. 1 3 .'t&d3 �g7 1 4 .CUbd2 CUe6 I S . a3 �g3

1 04
1 6.fg± Staunton. 1 4.We4 g6 1 5.Wh4 h5 1 6.t2le4 t2ld7 1 7.il.g5±
282 13.t2lc3?! t2ld4 1 4.Wb7 Gutman.
A) 14...�bS 1 5.WbS ;gabS 1 6.;gadl t2le6 11 ... c6 1 2.t2lg5 h6 1 3.t2le6 fe 1 4.We2 ! b5
17 ..lie I ;gfdS I S.;gfe I ± O'Kelly-Radulescu, 1 5.a4± B1atny.
Bucharest 1953; 11 il.c8
•..

B) 14...!::1 bS ! = Van der Tak. A) 1 2.Wa4 WeS 1 3.We2 h6 1 4.;ge l Wb5


13.i"i:dU O'Kelly. 1 5.;gb l Wa6°o Forintos, Haag;
B) 1 2.We2°o Haag-Pacsay, Hungary 1 965;
283 9.Wb3 C) 1 2.t2lg5 ! ?i;
A)9 . .. b6 I O.ed il.d5 I l .We2 t2lf6 1 2.il.g5 h6 D) 1 2 . il. g 5 f6 1 3.il.d2 e 6 1 4. W e2� b 5
13..lih4 t2lbd7°o Tartakower; 1 5.;gfe l a 6 1 6.a4 ;ga7 [ 1 6... il.b7 1 7.t2lh4 !
B) 9 ...de 1 O.il.e4 [ 1 0.Wb7?? il.d5-+] il.e4 We7 I S.t2lg6 ! ! il.h2 ( l S.. . ;gf7 1 9.Wh5 L1 ba
1 1 .We4 e6 [ 1 l ...t2ld7 ! ?] 1 2.t2le 3 t2lf6 1 3.Wb3 20.t2le7 ! ! ;ge7 2 1 .il.h7 m fS 22.il.g6 ;ge l
Wb6= Bilguer. 23.;gel il.h2 24. m h l il.e5 2 5 .;ge5 ! fe
9.cd 9...il.d5 1 O.t2le3 t2le3 I l .be 26.il.g5+-) 1 9.mh I hg 20.il.g6 il.f4 2 1 .il.f4
A) 1 1 ...e5 ? ! Wf4 2 2.We6 � h S 2 3 . ;ge 3 + - ] 1 7.ab eb
AI) 1 2.de il.e5 1 3.il.h7 ! mh7 1 4.t2lg5 mg6 I S.t2lh4 il.h2 ! ? [ I S . .. f5 ? 1 9.il.d5 �hS
l S .Wd3 f5 1 6.;gd l ± Van der Tak; 20.Wh5+-] 1 9.mh2 f5 20.t2lf5 il.f5 2 1 .il.f3
A2) 1 2.e4 ! ? il.f3 1 3.Wf3 ± L1 1 4.de il.e5 (Kot ronias-Kal esis, Karditsa 1 994)
l S ..lih7; o 2 l ...t2ld7 L1t2lf6± B1atny CBM 43.
A3) 1 2.t2lg5 h6 1 3.e4i;
B) 1 1 . .. h6 1 2.e4 il.f3 1 3.Wf3 t2le6°o Kolisch­ 286 1 5.il.a6? il.h2 1 6.�h2 Wd6.
Winaw er, Paris 1867;
C) 1 l . ..t2le6 Berger; 287 1 6.il.d2 ;gb2 1 7.il.g4 ! Wf6 I S.We l
0) 1 1 ... t2ld7 A) IS ... ;gb5 1 9.;gb l ;Gb I 20.Wb l h5 ! ? 2 1 .il.f3
01) 1 2.e4? il.f3 1 3.WO Wh4 1 4.Wh3 Wh3 [2 1 .il.h3 ? ! il.f4 ! Stoica, Nisipeanu -64/
l S.gh e5 ! 1 6.d5 t2le5+ Mason-Marshall, (261)] 2 1 ...h4 22.il.g4 il.f4 2 3.il.f4 t2lf4
Paris 1900; 24.We4± Nisip ean u - Hess, Bad
02) 1 2.i"i:e I ! ? Marshall; Woerishofen 1995 ;
03) 1 2. t2l e I ! ? L1e4; B) I S... il.a3°o.
04) 1 2 . .lib2 t2l b6°o Marshall; 1 6.We2 t2l e 3 1 7.We4 ;G f3 I S . gf t2l d 5 �
05) 1 2 .t2ld2 ! ? [L1e4] Wh4 1 3 .h3=. Khalifman-Huebner, Munich aktiv 25'
199 1 .
284 ll.il.h7? ! �h7 1 2.t2lg5
A) 1 2. . .'tt> g S 1 3.We2 g6 [ 1 3... ;geS 1 4.Wh7� ] 288 9 ...t2lc6? l O.ed t2l b 4 I l .We2 il.d5
1 4 .liJe6�; 1 2.il.e4 il.e4 1 3 .We4 ;geS 1 4.Wg4 t2l e 2
B) 1 2...'tt> g6 1 3.t2le6 fe 1 4.Wg4 1 5.t2le3±.
Bl) 14... 'tt> f7 1 5.il.g5 WeS 1 6.;gae l L1 f4 9 ... ;ge8?! 1 O.t2le3 t2le6 1 1 .t2le4±.
Schwarz; 9 ...t2lf6? !
B2) 14 ... 'tt> h 7+. A ) I O.t2lg5 h6 1 1 .t2le6 fe 1 2.f4 t2le6 1 3.We3
(Reiman-Doppler, Leipzig 1877) de 1 4.il.e4
285 ll ...Wc8?! 1 2.t2lg5 il.f5 1 3.Wf3 il.e4 t2ld5f!;

1 05
B) l O.eS fie7 9 f5 ! ?
•..

Bl) l 1 .ctJ e3 ? ! ctJ e6 1 2.a3 fig4+ Forintos; A) l O.ed fidS 1 1 .ctJ c3 ctJ e3 1 2.be ctJ c6
B2) l 1 .ctJgS ! ?t; 1 3.ctJ gS ! iWf6 1 4.c4
B3) l 1 .h3 ! ?t. AI) 1 4 ...fie4 ? ! l S .iWhS h6 1 6. ctJ e4 fe
9... c6 - 3 29/9 ... fie6. 1 7.iWdS gf7 l S.iWe4± Danailov-Yu.Her­
nandez, Pamplona 1 995;
289 10.ctJ bd2 ? ! e6 A2) o 1 4...fif7oo I S.ctJf7 gf7 1 6.eS fics
A) I 1 .eS ? ! fie7 1 2.b4 ctJ d7 1 3.bS g S 1 7.fic4 fid4 I S.gb 1 gdS�.
[ 1 3 ...iWf6 1 4J'1:b l gS I S.be be 1 6.gb7°o B) 1 0.cS fie7 1 1 . ctJ eS
Huebner] 1 4.be be l S.iWa4 iWf6 [ l S ... geS B l ) 1 1 ...ctJ d7 1 2.ctJ d7 fid7 [ l 2...iWd7 1 3 .f3
1 6.fia6] 1 6.iWe6 gaeS 1 7.iWa6 g4tl+ ctJ f6 1 4.iWe2 fif7 l S.iWe7 gaeS 1 6.iWd7 ge l
[ l 7 ... ctJ deS ? ! l S.de ctJ eS 1 9.iWa3 ctJ d 3 1 7.�f2+-] 1 3.f3 ctJ f6 1 4.geS [ 1 4.fif4 L1fic7]
20.iWd3 iWa l 2 1 .ctJ gS� Huebner] Adams­ (Capablanca-Michelsen, New York 1915)
Huebner, Dortm und 1 992 -54/282; b6 ! ? l S.iWe2 gf7 f± ;
B) 0 l 1 .ctJ eS Korchnoi. 1 0.c5 fie7 l 1 .ctJ eS B2) 1 1 ...fif6 L1fieS , ctJ c 6 ;
[ 1 1 .b4 ! ? Steinitz] ctJ d7 1 2.ctJ d7 iWd7=. B3) 1 1 ...fih4 ! ? 1 2.g3 fif6 1 3.iWe2? ! fieS
10.ctJ c3 ! ? Korchnoi. 1 4.de ctJ e 6 L1ctJ b4=t Mohamed-Gavin, Spain
1992;
290 10 ... b6? 1 1 .ed±. C) l O.iWb3 ! ?
Cl) l O... ctJ e6 [ l O...fie6 -269/8.ge l/C2]
291 1 l .fic4 fie4 1 2.iWe4 �hS 1 3.ctJ e 3 =. 1 1 .ed 'Lld4 1 2.'Lld4 fih2 1 3.�f l fidS 1 4.fic4
fie4 I S.iWe4 mhS 1 6.ctJ f3±;
292 1 l ... c6? ! 1 2.fie4 fe 1 3. ctJ gS fifS C2) lO ... de 1 1 .fie4 [ 1 1 .iWb7 cd 1 2.iWaSoo]
[ 1 3 ... fidS 1 4.ctJe3±] 1 4.ctJ e3 iWd7 [ 1 4...h6 fie4 1 2.iWe4 �hS 1 3 .'Llc3t.
l S.ctJ ge4 fie4 1 6.ctJ e4 fih2 1 7.�h2 iWh4
l S.mg1 iWe4 1 9.iWaS iWe7 2o.fid2 iWe7 295 1 0.iWb3
2 1 .fib4 gdS 2 2.fie S + - Tartakower] A) l O... ctJ e6 1 1.cS ctJ d4 1 2.ctJ d4 fih2
l S.iWd7 ctJ d7 1 6.ctJ ge4± Pest-Paris, corr [ 1 2...fieS ; 1 2... ctJ c S ; 1 2...iWh4 1 3.g3] 1 3.mfl
1846. ctJ eS 1 4.iWc2 ctJ d3 l S.iWd3oo;
1l ... ctJ c6 B) lO...de
A) 1 2.fie4 fe 1 3.ctJ gS fidS 1 4.ctJ e3 gbS Bl) 1 1 .iWb7 cd [ l l ...fid S ? 1 2.iWdS fih2
l S.iWa6 ctJ b4 1 6.iWa4 e6 1 7.a3 ctJ d3 1 S.ctJ dS 1 3.ctJ h2 iWdS 1 4.ctJ c3+-] 1 2.iWaSoo fidS ;
cd 1 9.iWe6 fih2 20.�h 2 ctJ c l 2 1 .iWe6 �hS=t B2) 1 I .fie4 fic4 1 2.iWc4 ctJ d7 1 3.ctJ e 3 ctJ df6
Forintos, Haag; 1 4.iWb3 iWeS [ 1 4... b6; 1 4 ... 'Lle3 Yusupov]
B) 1 2.iWc6 cd 1 3.iWbS d2 1 4.ctJ bd2 gbS l S.fie3 e6 1 6.gac l iWd7= Tartakower.
l s.iWd3 ctJ d2 1 6.fid 2 ( l 6. ctJ d2 ? ! fidS=t 10.cd fidS I l .ctJ e3 ctJ e3 1 2.geS iWeS 1 3.bc
Steinitz) gb2t 1 7.fie3 gb7 l S.dS fid7 fif3 1 4.iWf3 iWe l l s.fin ctJ e6 1 6.fib2 iWd2
(Forintos, Haag) 1 9.ctJ d4t. 1 7.iWe2= Van Baarle-Yus upov, Wolvega
(25') 1992.
293 13.iWa7 fe 1 4.ctJgS fidS L1gaS. 1 0.iWc2 ctJ e6 1 1 .fie4 de 1 2.ge4 ctJ b4 1 3.iWc3
fifS� La u-H uebner, M unich (30') 1 991 .
294 9 c6 l O.ed cd.
.•• 10.ctJ c3 ! ? ctJ e3 1 1 .be

106
A ) l l . . .dc 1 2.�h7 mh7 1 3 .CtJg5 mg6 1 4. h4 303 16.CtJ c6?! iWd7 � 1 7 .�b5 [� 1 7 .iWa4
!'.Elh8 1 5 .h5 Elh5 1 6.CtJe6 fe 1 7 .iWg4 Elg5 a6 l S .cb cb 1 9 .�a6 Ela6] a6 I S .�a4 b5 .
ls .ig5+- Kamsky ;
B) 1 l . . .h6 1 2 .c5 �f8 1 3 .CtJe5t . 304 1 7 .�e5 �d7 l S .c6 �cS ! [�a6, Ele6,
X c 6 ; I S . . . � e 6 ? 1 9 . � a 6 + - ] 1 9 . � g 3 a6
296 10 ...�f8 20.�d3 Ele6 2 1 .Ele6 �e6 2 2 . a4 ! t [�iWe2]
A) 1 1 .�e4 de 1 2 .Ele4 �c5 1 3 .CtJg5 ! �b6 Kamsky-Yusupov, Tilburg 1 992 -56/328.
14.iWh5 h6 1 5 .CtJ e6 Ele6 1 6 .Ele6 feoo
Kamsky;
B) II .4:lc3
Bl) 1 l . . .�f5 ? ! 1 2.iWb3 CtJc6 1 3 .iWb7 CtJc3
14.iWc6 �d3 1 5 .bc Ele l 1 6.CtJe l �e4 1 7 .�f4±
Kuczynski-Gdanski, Polanica Zdroj 1992;
B2) 1 1 . . .f5 1 2 .CtJe5 [ 1 2 .iWb3 b6+ Kamsky]
iLld7 1 3 .�f4t.

297 1 1 .�e4 de 1 2 .Ele4 �c5 -296/A.

298 11 .. .f5? 1 2.iWb3± Xe4,b7 ,d5 .

299 12 ... b6! ?


A ) 1 3 .iWc2 h 6 1 4. cb ab 1 5 .CtJe5 �d6t;
B) 1 3 .4:le5 ! ? �f6 [ 1 3 . . . b c ? 1 4 .iWh5 g6
1 5 . iLl g 6 hg 1 6 .�g6 fg 1 7 .iWg6 mhS
lS.Ele5+- ] 1 4.�f4 �e5 [ 1 4 . . . bc 1 5 .iWh5 g6
16 .iLlg6 fg 1 7 .�g6 hg l S .iWg6---+ ] 1 5 .�e5
iLld7 16.�b5 Ele7 1 7 . � g3 CtJfS [ 1 7 . . . bc
ls.ih4 f6 1 9 .�c6 ElbS 20.Ele6+-] l S .�c6
1'1cS 19.Wf3 CtJg6 2 0 . h4± Dimitrov-Lauk,
Moscow 01 1994.

300 � 1 4.iWb l .

301 14.c6 4:lfSt ��d6,Xc6.

302 15 ... bc? !


A) 1 6.4:lc6 iWd7 1 7 .�b5 �d6 l S .CtJa7 �f4
19.id7 �d7oo ;
B) 16.�b5 4:ld7
Bl) 1 7 .iWa4 4:le5 l S .�eS [ 1 S .�e5 t ] CtJd3oo ;
B2) 1 7 .4:lc6 iWcS I S .CtJe7 Ele7 1 9 .�c6 ElbS
2o.id5 cd 2 1 .cd CtJf6 22.�e6 fe±.

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1.4.3. Exercises

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

53 I !. . . ? 56 2 1 .?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8
7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

54 I O. ? 57 23. ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8
7 7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

55 15.? 58 1 1 . . .?

108
It�
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

59 1 9. ? 62 17.?

a b c d e h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

60 1 1 ...? 63 12 . . . ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

61 15.? 64 1 6...?

109
Il�
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7
6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

65 1 3... ? 68 1 8". ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

66 1 1 .? 69 22. ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

67 15". ? 70 24" . ?

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1.4.4. Answers. IS.dS ! It:lb4 16.lt:le4 A subtle move, ena­
bling White to prevent the exchange of his
active light-square bi shop: J 6...ctJ d3 runs
Ex.53 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.lt:lf3 It:lf6 3.lt:leS d6 4.lt:lf3
into J 7.ctJ f6±) It:le4 17.ie4 It:la6 18.lt:ld4
�e4 5.d4 ie7 6.id3 lt:lf6 7.0-00-0 s.igS
It:leS 19.ie2 as [ 1 9...c6 ! ?] 20J:'�el Wd8 (
�g4 9 .lt:l bd 2 lt:le6 10.e3 h6 11.ih4) Keres­
-

243/9 ...lt:le6/A)
B ro nstein, USSR eh 1961
White has managed to regroup his forces
In a cramped position it is desirable to ex­
efficiently and to increase his space advan­
change pieces. Black's next move enables
tage.
him to exchange the dark-square bi shops
-Pos.S6
and to transfer his knight to an active posi­
tion at f4:
Ex.S6 (Continuation of Ex.SS)
1l...�hS! 12.ie7 It:le7=.
At first sight, Black's position is without
-23 117...0-01B.
weaknesses. However, the pawn at h6 is a
Ex.54 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.lt:lf3 It:lf6 3.lt:leS d6 4.lt:lf3 good target for White's attack. But White
�e4 5.d4 ie7 6.id3 It:lf6 7.0-0 0-0 S.h3 must hurry: his opponent plans to exchange
�e6 9.c4 c6) Tarraseh-Mareo, Vienna the active white rook after .. . iWf6, ... b6 and
1898 ... 8:eS.
White c an retain the better chances by de­ 2U�e3 !
veloping his queenside: 9.ctJ c3 h6 1 0.if4 Transferring his rook to g 3 , Fi scher concen­
:t:lbd7 1 1 .1Wd2 , etc . Still, Tarrasch's plan i s trates all his forces for the final attack.
more original and aggressive: 2 1 . . .b6 ( i f 2 1 .. .iWf6, t h e n 2 2.8:g3 � h S
10.�gS!? It:la6 1 l .lt:lc3 It:le7 12.f4 This 23.ie3 b 6 24.ctJ f3 llid4) 22J�g3 'it>h8
move reveals White's plan: he successfull y -Pos.S7
gains space o n the kingside.
1 2 ... h6 13.lt:lt3 WeS 14.We2 (preventing Ex.S7 (Continuation of Ex.S6)
�f5) l'!bS IS.fS± (24 1 1S ...ie61B ) . White vacates the d4-square for his queen
The game continued: I s...i d 7 16.if4 b S or bishop and increases his pressure on the
17 .b3 c5 I S.dS b 4 19.ctJ e2 as 20.g4 ctJ h7 black king.
2 1 .h4 �dS 22.ig3 a4 23. �h I 8:aS 24.8:ac 1 23. It:l f3! We7 [ 2 3 ... iWf6 24.ie3 llid4]
:t:le8 25.IM4 if6 26. ctJ e6 ab 27.ab Wb6 24.Wd4 Wf6 2S.Wf6 gf
28.1iJf8 �fS 29.gS hg 30.hg ctJ gS 3 1.Wh2 At the cost of a serious weakening of his
:j;Jg8 3 2. ct'J g5 igS 3 3.f6 g6 34.ig6 1-0 pawn structure, B l ack has managed to ex­
change the queens. However, the ensuing
Ex.55 ( 1.e4 eS 2.lt:lf3 It:lf6 3.lt:leS d6 4.lt:lf3 endgame offers him few chances of survival.
�e4 5.d4 ie7 6.id3 It:lf6 7.h3 0-0 S.O-O 26.lt:ld4 l:!e8 27.l:!e3 (27...8:e3 fail s to
l"1e8 9 . c4 lt:l e6 10.lt:le3 h6 11,!!e l if8 12'!!eS 2S.ie3 llifS) l:!b8 28.b3 bS? ! After this
�e8 13.if4 id7 14.Wd2 We8) Fiseher­ move B lack is simply lost. 29.eb ibS
Gheorghiu, Buenos Aires 1970 30.lt:lfS id7 3 1 .lt:lh6 l:!b4 This was the
Black is aiming for simplification after m ove t h at Black was c o u nt i n g on, but
�d7-f5 . White thwarts this plan by trans­ Fischer's calculation turns out to be more
ferring his knight to d4. preci se. 32.l:!g3 ! ih6 33.ih6 It:le4 34.ig7

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cJIh7 35.f3 1-0 The squares h2 and f2 are frequent targets
for attack in many variations of the Petroff
Ex.5 8 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJe5 d6 4.ltJf3 Defence.
ltJ e4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �d6 7.c4 0-0 S.cd 1 2.i>h2 ltJ f2 1 3 .'?Ne2 ltJ d3 1 4.'?Nd3 !f3
�b4 9.i>f1 ? ! '?Nd5 1 0.'?Nc2 geS U.ltJ c3) -Pos.6 1 .
Janowski-Marshall, Biarritz 19 12 - 264/S.ge11B21.
With a spectacular blow, Marshall punishes
his opponent for his eccentric play in the E x . 6 1 (Continuation of Ex.60)
opening. Now 1 5.'?Nf3 is refuted by 1 5 ... '?Nh4. Capa­
1l ... ltJc3! 12.bc '?Nf3 ! ! 13.cb [ 1 3.gf?? !h3 blanca finds a very resourceful defence in a
-+] ltJ c6+ (-256/7 ... 0-0/A 1 ) 14.�b2 difficult position.
The final phase of the game is a good illus­ 15.�g5! An i ntermediate move, with the
tration of Marshall's brilliant style: idea of protecting the rook on e I . 15 ...'?NgS
14 ... ltJ b4 ! 15.!h7 cJIhS 16.gf ltJ c2 17.�c2 ( l 5 ... iWd6 is met by l 6.�g l !d5 1 7.!e7 ; a
!h3 lS.cJIgl ge2! 1 9 .9c1 g aeS 20.�c3 s i m i lar idea i s p o s s i b l e i n the event of
gSe3 (20.. J::k 2 ! 2 1.Ei:c2 Ei:e6 ! wins more sim­ 1 5 ...iWc7 1 6.d6 ! ?) 16.'?Nf3
ply) 2 1 .!b4 gf3 22.!d1 gf6 0 - 1 Now B l ack should have continued his de­
velopment with 1 6... ctJ d7 ! (�ctJf6-g4), when
Ex.59 ( 1 .e4 e 5 2 . ltJ f3 ltJ f6 3.ltJe5 d 6 4.ltJf3 the exposed position of the white king gives
ltJe4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 !d6 7.c4 !b4 8.ltJ bd2 him excellent attacking chances. B ut he ap­
ltJ d2? ! 9.�d2 '?Ne7 10.'?Ne2 '?Ne2? U.cJIe2 parently loses the thread and, i n striving for
!d2 12.cJId2 !e6 13.cd �d5 14.ghe1 cJIdS material gains, allows White to develop a
1 5 .�e4 �e4 1 6 . g e4 g e S 1 7 . g ae 1 g e4 dangerous attack.
lS.ge4 ltJ c6) 1 6 . . . '?Nh4? 1 7 .'?Nh3 '?Nd4 l S . g ad 1 �f4
Alekhine-Marshall, St.Petersburg 1914 1 9 .�gl '?Nd6 2 0 . g e6 '?Nc5 2 1 .i>h 1 cd
White wins a pawn by a direct attack: 2 2 . g d5 '?Nf2 2 3 . g e7 '?Nfl 24.cJIh2 �f4
19.9g4 ! ( l 9.ltJg5 ? ! is weak in view of 1 9.. . 25.'?Ng3 '?Nh6? 26.�gl ltJ c6 27.gb7 gae8
cJId7 ! ) g6 20.gh4! cJIe7 2S.gdd7 g6 29.'?Ng5 ! 1-0
20. .. h5 is met by 2 1 . g4 ! (2 1 ...hg ? 22.Ei:h8)
2 1 . g h7 gdS 22.gh4 g d 5 23.ge4! cJIfS Ex.62 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJe5 d6 4.ltJf3
24.cJIc3, and White won on move 54. ltJ e4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 !d6 7.0-0 �g4 S.c4
-25 8/S ... ltJ d21B 1 . 0-0 9.cd f5 10.h3 !h5 11.ltJc3 ltJd7 12.ltJe4
fe 1 3.�e4 ltJ f6 14.!rs cJIhS 15.g4 ltJd5
Ex .60 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJ e5 d 6 4.ltJf3 16.!e6 �f7)
ltJe4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 !d6 7.0-0 �g4 S.ge1 Alexander-Mallison, Brighton 1935
f5 9.c4 c6 10. ltJ c3 0-0 U.cd) Capablanca­ The following manoeuvre practically refutes
Wolbrecht, St. Louis 1 909 the Marshall gambit variation (-37):
The position of the rook at e 1 allows a com­ 17.ltJg5 ! �e6 1S.ltJe6 '?Nh4 19.'?Nb3 !
bination that is standard in such situations. Threatening 20.!g5. B l ack does not obtain
Capablanca was probably reckoning only on sufficient compensation for the sacrificed
I l ...cd. material.
1l ...�h2! -278.

1 12
Ex.63 (1.e4 eS 2.CLlf3 CLlf6 3.CLleS d6 4.CLlf3 has launched an offensive on the queenside.
/De4 S.d4 dS 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 S.c4 The sluggish 1 3 ...�f6 is met by 1 4.Ei:b l gS
ie6 9.cd idS 1 0.CLlc3 CLlc3 l l .bc CLld7 I S.bc bc 1 6.Ei:b7°o (Huebner). B l ack decides
12.c4?) Mason-Marshall, Paris 1 900 to sacrifice the c6-pawn in order to gain
White's last move 'forces' B l ack to go into valuable time for l aunching an attack on the
a better ending. kingside.
12 ... 1f3 13.'.Wf3 '.Wh4 ( a standard double 13 ... gS ! 14.bc bc I S .�a4 �f6 [ l S ... Ei:c8?
attack) 14.'.Wh3 '.Wh3 I S.gh cS 1 6.dS CLleS+ 1 6 .ia6] 1 6 .'.W c6 Ei:acS 1 7.'.Wa6 ( 1 7 ...ih2
The rest of the game is played by Marshall was threatened) g4 ! ( 1 7.. . CLldcS ? ! i s weaker
with genuine artistry: in view of 1 8.dc CLlcS 1 9.�a3 CLld3 20.�d3
1 8 .f4 b 6 ! ? [ � 1 9.fe i e S 20.Ei: b l i d 4 ] �al 2 1 .lLlgS� Huebner). To escape the
19.id2 lLl c6! 20.id3 CLld4 2 1 .1!fg2 'i'l,e7 worst, White sacrifices a piece: IS.CLle4! fe
22Jlael 'i'l,feS 23.'i'l,e7 'i'l,e7 24. 1!ff2 I!ffS 19.CLlgS ifS 20.'�f6 'i'l,f6 2 1 .ic2 h6 22.ib3
2S.h4 fS 26.h3 hS 27.'i'l,gl 1!ff7 2S.'i'l,gS g6 hg 23.idS I!fg7 24.igS , and now B l ack
29J'\gl 'i'l,eS 30 .'i'l,bl ie7 3 1 .cJ?g3 ih4 should play 24... Ei:g6 2S.ie3 lLlf6 26.ic4
32.cJ1h4 lLl f3 33 .l!fg3 CLld2 34.'i'l,dl 'i'l,e3 Ei:dS 27.Ei:ab l icS+ (Huebner).
35. cJ1f2 E!d3 36.cJ?e2 'i'l,h3 37. I!fd2 'i'l,f3 3S.d6 -2S9/10.CLlbd2/A .
gf4 0-1
Ex.66 ( 1 .e4 e S 2.CLlf3 CLlf6 3.CLleS d 6 4.CLlf3
Ex.64 (1 .e4 eS 2.CLlf3 CLlf6 3.CLleS d6 4.CLlf3 CLle4 S.d4 dS 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 S.c4
/De4 S.d4 dS 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 S.c4 ie6 9.'i'l,el 'i'l,eS 1 0.cS ie7)
ie6 9.lLl c3 CLlc3 1 0.bc dc l 1 .ie4 CLld7 Kamsky-Yusupov, Tilburg 1992
lz.ct)gS lLl f6 13.CLle6 fe 14.ib7 'i'l,bS Is.if3 The dubious l 1 .ie4 is met by l l ...de 1 2.Ei:e4
/DdS 16.'�e2) Khalifma n,A - H u e b ner, ics 1 3.lLlgS ! ib6 1 4.�hS h6 l S.lLle6 Ei:e6
Munich active chess 1991 1 6.Ei:e6 fe6°o (Kamsky). 1l .CLlc3 !± (-41) is
At first sight it seems that B l ack must in­ in the spirit of the position. 1 1 ...fS ? i s re­
evitably lose a pawn. In fact, however, he is futed by 1 2.�b3±, when B lack is in trouble
preparing an exchange s acrifice that will due to the weaknesses on b7 and dS ( 1 3.lLle4
give him sufficient positional compensation: and 1 4.ie4 is threatened). Black has to ex­
16 ... lLlc3 ! 17.'.Wc4 'i'l,f3 ! I S.gf CLldS 19.'.We2 change his active knight.
1Wf6�. 1l ...CLlc3 1 2.bc CLld7
- 3 9 for more details. The i mmediate 1 2...b6 (a standard plan for
the g iven pawn structure) also deserved
Ex .65 (1.e4 eS 2.CLlf3 CLlf6 3.CLleS d6 4.CLlf3 consideration: 1 3.�c2 h6 1 4.cb ab I S.lLleS
/De4 S.d4 dS 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 S.c4 id6t.
ie6 9.Wfc2 fS 10.CLlbd2 ? ! c6 1 l.cS ic7 1 3.if4 [��b l ] b6 1 4.'.Wc2 [ 1 4.c6 lLlf8t
12.b4 lLld7 13.bS) Adams-Huebner, Dort­ �id6,Xc6] CLlfS I S.CLleS -Pos.67
mund 1992
The black pieces are very active (especially Ex.67 (Continuation of Ex.66)
the knight at e4). B l ack controls the central I S . . . bc ? ! (-302) 1 6.ib S lLld7 is bad because
e5-square and he is aiming at the kingside. of 1 7 .lLlc6 �c8 1 8.lLle7 Ei:e7 1 9.ic6 Ei:b8
Still, he must act energetically, since White 20.idS cd 2 1 .cd lLlf6 22j�e6± . The best

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chance is to exchange the strong white
knight.
ls ...if6 1 6.ibS [ 1 6.ltJc6? ! IWd7 i1 1 7 .ib5
a6 I S .ia4 b5] ieS 1 7 .ieS id7 1 8 .c6
-Pos.6S.

Ex .6S (Continuation of Ex.67)


IS . . . ie6? is refuted by 1 9 .ia6, giving White
a strategically winning position, since Black
has nothing with which to oppose White's
bishop pair and huge advantage on the
queenside. B lack ' s defensive strategy is
based on play against the c6-pawn.
18 ... ic8! [ i1 a6, l"1e6, Xc6] 1 9 .ig3 a6
2o.id3 �e6 2 1 .�e6 ie6
-Pos.69

Ex.69 (Continuation of Ex.68)


Planning an exchange of pawns, which will
yield him a slight advantage, White makes
a useful move, fixing the weak a6-pawn:
22.a4 ! ? [AIWe2] 'I1*le8 [22 . . . ltJg6 2 3 . f4 ! � ]
23.ic7 'I1*lc6 24.ig3U@ -Pos .70.

Ex.70 (Continuation of Ex.69)


Choosing a slow course of action, Black
soon finds himself in a difficult position :
24 . . . h6 25 .h3 ltJd7 26.ih4 ! ± IWc7 27 .'I1*ld2
ltJfS 2Sj�\a3 ! White gradually improves the
placing of all his pieces, whereas Black is
deprived of any active counterplay. 2S ... ltJg6
29.ig3 'I1*lb7 30.l"1b3 [Xa6,b6] ltJfS 3 1 .IWb2 !
ltJd7 3 2 :�a3 IWc6 3 3 .IWb4±, and White won
on move 76.
Black should have exchanged pawns on the
queens ide, which would have eased the de­
fence :
o24 ... �c8! 2S.�a3 bS 26.ab ab 27.'I1*lb l
[27 .l"1b3 b4= ; 27 .IWb2 ! ?] id7 28.�b3 'I1*le6;!;.

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Chapter 5

1.5.1. Overview

This chapter consists of two parts. The first this line is treated together with the varia­
covers White's various possibilities on the tion 9 . . . CLla6 (-48-49 ) . The ensuing pawn
9thmo v e (!::l e I , Wlc2, CLlc3 ) , except for the structure determines the character of the
continuation 9.cd, which is the topic of the forthcoming struggle. White usually tries
second part. to occupy e5 and to develop an initiative
The difficulty in studying the vast amount on the queen-side, while B lack seeks his
of material is intensified by possible trans­ counterchances on the kingside (positions
positions of moves. For instance, the mod­ 77-7 8 ) . White has the better chances, but
em 'tabia' of the system occurs after both the game is double-edged. The alternative
9.lUc3 ctJxc3 l O.bc ig4 I I .cd cd, and 9 . cd l O . . . ig4 gives the game a different shape
cd l O.ctJxc3 CLlxc3 l 1 .bc. In such cases we (positions 79-8 1 ) . White has not been able
do not treat these lines separately; in par­ to gain an advantage after l 1 .c5 ic7
ticular, both of the above-mentioned lines 1 2 .CLle5 ixe5 1 3 .de CLlxc 5 , or in the case
are analysed in the second part of this chap­ of an immediate 1 1 .CLle5 .
ter, since the author considers the move 9 .CLlc3 is a less popular continuation nowa­
order used in the second part to be more days due to the variation 9 . . . CLlxc3 l O.bc
precise (thereby W h i te avoids the line dc (-game 2). Note B lack' s precise defence
1 0 dc (-52-55 , game 2 ) .
... in the recent game Kamsky - B areev,
The recent practice of this variation does Linares 1 99 3 (-54).
not promise White a big advantage. Thus , The second part of thi s chapter deals with
after 9 !::l e I , B lack h a s three satisfactory
. the ' tabia' of the S taunton S ystem (9.cd cd
continuations : 9 . . . ig4 (-42, position 7 1 ), l O.CLlc3 CLlxc3 l 1 .bc ig4 1 2 .EJ:b 1 ) ( -game 3).
9. !f5 (-43), and 9 . . . !::l e 8
.. (-44, position 7 3 ) . B l ack has two main continuations : l2 ... b6
9.1!f1c2 leads t o complicated v ariatio n s . and 12 ... CLld7 . In the first case, as the games
Black has a choice between protecting his Short-Timman, Hilversum (ml4) 1 989 (po­
knight by 9 . . .f5 or sacrificing a pawn after sitions 8 5 -86) and Oll-Akopian, Manila 01
9 lUa6. According to modem theory, i n
... 1 992 have shown, l 4. c4 is not dangerous
the second case B lack gains sufficient com­ for B l ack (-57). Instead, variations with
pensati on (-46-47 , positions 7 5 - 7 6 ) . If the exchange sacrifice 1 4.h3 a6 1 5 .hg
White declines the sacrifice by 9 . a 3 , then ( l 5 .!::l x d5 ! ? - 5 8 ) seem to be more promis­
10 .f5 I I . CLlc3 leads to a position which
.. ing for White. The ensuing positions are
can also occur i n the line w here B lack very complex and require thorough pre­
chooses to protect the pawn (9 . . . f5 l O.CLlc3 liminary preparation. A study of the games
ltJa6 I I .a3 ). For the sake of convenience, S hort - Gelfand, Brussels, cml7 , 1 99 1

115
(-game 3 ) and Ivanchuk - B areev, Linares ation 1 4 . . . ctJ b6 l S .c4 ctJ xc4 requires prac­
1 993 (-positions 87 -89) can help to disclose tical testing (-64) . The acceptance of the
the subtleties of the variation. sacrifice l S . . . dc leads to a situation where
Very interesting positions occur after 1 2 . .. B lack must pay attention to the various
ctJ d7 . After 1 3 .h3 ( 1 3 . a4 ! ? -42 3 ) ihS White tactical threats of White, who can exploit
has tried three continuations. the active position of his rook on the fifth
The first of these, 1 4J:%xb7 (-62), leads to a rank (-positions 92-96).
complicated situation in which the white The S taunton System was very popular in
rook is separated from its main forces. the late eighties and early nineties, when
The less adventurous 1 4. a4 yields B l ack it was practised by many leading grand­
counterplay on the c-file (position 9 1 , -63 ) . master s . It i s sufficient to mention the
The sharpest move 1 4.E1bS requires espe­ names of S hort, Timman , Anand, Ivan­
cially careful play by B lack. The continu- chuk, Kamsky, S alov and B areev.

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1.5.2. Theory

8 c6
...

a b c d e f 9 h

6 6

5 5

4 4

3 3

a b c d e f 9 h

1.e4 e5 2.C2Jf3 C2Jf6 3.C2Je5 d6 4.C2Jf3 C2Je4


5.d4 d5 6.�d3 ibd6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4 c6

9 10 11 12 13 14 IS 16 17

Ele 1 305 37 ge630


8 31 O �e23
11
42 ie4 0 ge4 ct:JC3 �D ie3 g3
306 9 1 2 ;!;
�g4 de [S icio iD �d4 ct:Jd7 �h4 �g43
1 315 17 18
43 .. �b33 3 ct:JC3 ic43 bc if! a43 igS ct:JeS
19
.

314 dcJ
l6
aS3
2
ieS3 0 00
�[S ct:Ja6 ct:Jc3 bS ct:Jc7 �d7
32 1 l2l
44 ... ct:JC3 bc igS �el �e3 gbl cd c4
322 24 25 26 27 28
Ele8 ct:JC3 ig43 gel �di �e63 b63 cd �e33 00
33O �b333
2
Cd33
4
ia633
5 336 �e633
7
45 1tf1c2 ct:JC3 �dS ct:JeS [4
329 3 31 'it>h8333 ieS33
8
[5 ct:Ja6 cd ba gb8 ib7 �h4
339 34 O a3
46 ... ie4 �e4 ct:JgS �e2 ct:Je4 g[ gel
41
ctJa6 de ct:Jb4 [S [4 f3 ih3 �c7 ih23 00
42 44
47 �d33 igS3 ct:Jbd2 ie3 ct:Jb3 g[
4 45 46
ge8 ig43 3 �d7 h63 [S iD �f73 00
=

348 49 52 5
48 ... a3 ct:JC3 ct:Jei b4 ib2 Cd3 �b3 gad13 300
47 50 51
[S3 ct:Jc7 ct:Je6 idi g[63 cd ie8
35 4 b43
55
49 ... cS ct:Je2 ib2 a4 ct:JeS
56 57 5 ;!;
ie7 ct:Je6 i[6 a63 g63 ig73 R
59
50 ... CS3 ct:JeS de ih7 b4 id3 �d3
360 'it>h8 61 62
ig4 ic7 ieS ct:J ecS �h43 ct:Jd3 ct:JCi =

1 17
��
9 10 11 12 13 14 IS 16 17

Sl ctJeS de D 364 iWd3 iWd4 365 iWg4 ih6


6 66 67
ieS3 3 ctJaeS ctJd3 ctJeS ctJb3 ctJa13 iWb63 00

70 71 7 74
S2 ct:le3 be ie4 h33 E:1b13 id33 3 a43 ie4 iWd3
68 69 72 75
ct:le33 de ig43 ihS bS3 ct:ld7 a6 E:1e8 ig63
76
S3 iWd3 igS3 ih4 E:1ae 1 iWd2 ig3
77 78
ihS iWaS3 ctJd7 ig6 E:1ae8 ig33
79 84
S4 ct:lgS3 h3 f4 ct:lD E:1D 3
8O
. . .

81 82 8 85
ctJd7 ct:lf63 ihS3 h63 iD 3 3 E:1e83
SS g4 fg
86 87
hg3 bS3
88
S6 eS3 igS ct:lgS E:1fd1 ct:lD e4 ie4
89 90 91 92
ig4 iei iWgS3 idl h6 ctJdi de3 E:1ad8

118
305 9.�b3 �g4 1 0 .�e4 [ 1 O .lWb7? �f3 9 ...fs 26 9/8. El e l/C2.
-

I l .gf �h4---+ ; 1 O.lLlbd2 Keres] de l 1 .lLlg5 9 .. .lLla6 1 0.lLle3 lLle3 I 1 . be de 1 2 .�e4 IWa5
�e7 ! [ l l . . .�e7 1 2.d5± Van der Tak] 1 2.lLle4 1 3 .lWb3 lLle7 1 4 .lLle5 ttld5 1 5 .�d2t Renet­
�d4 1 3 .�b7 IWe4 1 4.lWaS �d6 1 5 .lWa7 �h3 ! Miralles, Marseille 1988.
1 6.gh�e5 1 7 .Eld l lWh2 1 S .cttf l lWh3 1 9 .<j{el
[ 1 9.�e2 �h5+ i1�e 5 Forintos, Haag] �b4 307 10.cs? � h 2 ! + (Emelin- Raetsky,
20 .tiJc 3 �c3 2 1 .be IWe3 22.�d 2 EleS 23 .<j{fl Rostov 1993) i1 1 1 .<j{h2 lLlf2 1 2 .lWe2 lLld3
�h3= Duehrssen-Batik, corr 1928. 1 3 .lWd3 �f3-+.
9.h3
A)9 . . EleS l O.ed ed l 1 .lLlbd2 [ I 1 .lLle 3 ] lLle6
. 308 12. El e3 �f4
1 2.ge 1 = Janowski-Kiselev, Moscow 1986; A) 1 3 . Eld3 �c l 1 4.lWc 1 �f3 1 5 .Elf3 [ l 5 .gf
B) 9 . . tiJd7 1 O.lLle3 lLle3 1 1 .be de 1 2.�e4
. IWh4� i1Elf6-h6 Yusupov] IWd4= Ye
�a5 [ 1 2 . . . ttl b6] Rongguang;
B 1 ) 1 3 .ttlg5 ? ! lWe3 1 4.lWh5 lLlf6 1 5 .�f7 ctth S B) 1 3 . Ele3 �c l 1 4. El c 1 �f3 1 5 .1Wf3 IWd4=
1 6.1Wh4 [Llttlh7] �f5 1 7 .�e3 lLld5+ Aseev­ Ye Rongguang.
Rozentalis, Vilnius 1984 i1 1 S . g4 �d3 ; 1 2 . El el �f3 1 3 . 1Wf3 IWh4 1 4.h3 IW d4=
B2) o 1 3 .�e2 ttl f6 1 4 .�d3 Tukmakov. Hjartarson-Ye Rongguang, Novi Sad (01)
9.�e4 de 1 0. ttl g5 1990 -50/331 .
A) I0 . . h6 l 1 .lLle4 �h2 1 2.<j{h2 IWh4 1 3 .<j{g l
.

�e4 1 4.ttle3t Forintos, Haag; 309 12. . .lWd7 1 3 .d5 c d 1 4.lWd5± Mohr-
B) 10 . . .�f5 l 1 .ttle3 10k.
B 1 ) l l . . .ttld7 1 2.Ele l [ 1 2.ttlge4 �e4 1 3 .lLle4 12. . .f4 1 3 . Ele 1 El e S 1 4 .EleS [ 1 4.�d2±] lWeS
�h2 1 4 .1i>h2 IWh4 1 5 .ctt g l lWe4 1 6 . El e l 1 5 . e5 ! �f3 1 6. gf lWg6 1 7 .<j{h l ± Mohrlok.
�h4=1 El e S [ 1 2 . . . lLlf6 1 3 .lLlee4] 1 3 . e 5 !
[ l 3 .tiJge4 �e4 1 4 .lLle4 �h2 1 5 .ctt h2 IWh4 310 13.ds �f3
1 6.�g l Ele4+'] �e7 1 4 .lWb3 Ele7 1 5 .lLlge4± A) 1 4. gf? ! IWh4 1 5 .d6 lWe4 1 6 .de lWe6
Corso-Capablanca, Havana m 190 1 ; 1 7 . eblW El abS+' Mohrlok.
B2) II . . . h6 1 2 .lLlge4 � e 4 1 3 .lLle4 � h 2 B) 1 4.1Wf3 IWh4 1 5 .d6 lWe4 1 6 .lWb3 IWb3
1 4.�h2 IWh4 1 5 .ctt g l lW e 4 1 6 . Elel IWh4 ! 1 7 . ab �b6 I S .lLle3 lLld7= Mohrlok;
[16 . . 1Wf5 1 7 .Ele7 ! i1lLld7 ? I S .g4+-] 1 7 .lWd3
. 1 3 .lLlbd2 1Wd4
IiJd7 l S . Ele4t ; A) 1 4 .lLld4 �d l 1 5 . b3 �h5 1 6 .�b2 [ l 6 .�a3
C) 10 . . .f5 l 1 .e5 [ l 1 .d5 ttla6+'] �e7 1 2 .lWb3 �b6 ! ] e5 1 7 .lLlb5 �f4= Mohrlok;
�d5 1 3 .�d5 cd 1 4.lLle3 �g5 [ 1 4 . . . EldSoo B) 1 4 .lWe2
Forintos, Haag] 1 5 .�g5 �e6 1 6.b4 lLle6 Bl) 14 . . . lWb6 1 5 .lLlb3 f4 1 6 .�d2 ! t Mohr-
17.b5 ttl b4°o [ 1 7 . . . lLld4 I S . El ad l lLl e 2 10k;
1 9 .tiJd5t]. B2) 1 4 . . . lWdS 1 5 .b3 �d6 [ l 5 . . . ttla6 1 6 .�a3
EleS 1 7 .Ele U Mohrlok] 1 6.�b2 lLla6
306 9...ttlf6 ? ! 1 0.lLle3 [ 1 O .�g5] de 1 1 .�e4 [ 1 6 .. .f4? 1 7 .e5 ! �e5 I S . Ele5 ! ± Mohrlok]
h6?! [ 1 l . . .�g4 1 2.h3 �h5 1 3 .g4± ; 1 l . . .lLlbd7 1 7 .Eld l lLle5 I S .h3 �h5 1 9 .ttlb l �f3 20.gf
1 2.�g5±] 1 2 . ttl e5 b5 ? ! 1 3 .�b3 a6 1 4.1Wf3±/ IW g5 2 1 .<j{h I lLle6 22.lWe6 ctth S 23.Elg 1 Elf6 !
--t ga7 1 5 .lLle4 lLle4 1 6.lWe4 Ele7 1 7 .�h6 24.�ffi IWf6= Read-Mohrlok, corr 1992
1·0 Klovans-Levchenkov, Riga 197 1 . NIC YB27/80.

119
31 1 l5.b3 ct:l d7 1 6 .�b2 E1 ae 8 1 7 .iWe2 20.�e3 f4 2 1 .�f2 iWe7= Chekhov;
[ 1 7 .E1e8 E1e8 18.iW5 iWd2�] E1e6 1 8 .iWe6 B2) 1 2 . . . ct:lc3 1 3 .�g6 hg 1 4 .bc ct:l d7 I S .�g5
E1f7 1 9 .E1d 1 iW eS= Mohrlok. 1/2-1J2 Yudasin-Rozentalis, USSR ch 1990.
1 0.c5 �c7 l 1 .iWc2 �g6= - 10.iWc21B.3 1 4
31 2 18.f3 iWhS± Mohrlok. 10 iWb6 l 1 .iWc2 ! Khalifman.
..•

31 3 10.ct:lc3 ct:l c 3 l 1 .bc �d3 1 2 .iWd3 dc 31 4 10 ... iWd7 ! ?


1 3 .iWc4 ct:l d7 1 4.�gS A ) l 1 .cd c d 1 2 . ct:l c3 �e6 ! 1 3 .�e4 d e 1 4.d5
A) 14 . . . ct:l b6 �dS [ 1 4 . . . ef? IS .de fe 1 6.E1e6It>h8 l 7 .�e3±]
A1) I S .iWd3 iWd7 1 6.�h4 h6 1 7 .�g3 E1ae8 I S . ct:l dS (l/2-1J2 Mikhalchishin-Ionov,
1 8.c4 ct:l c8= Wang Zili-Ye Rongguang, Klaipeda 1988) ef 1 6 .iWO ct:l c6 1 7 .�h6 !?
China ch 1987; E1fe8 1 8 .�g7It>g7 1 9.iWf61t>g8 20.iWgS \tlh8
A2) I s .iWb3 iWc7 1 6 . E1e2 h6 1 7 .�d2 cS 2 1.iWf6 It>g8= Ionov, Livshits;
[ l 7 . . . E1ae8] 1 8 .E1ae l (de Firmian-Wolff, B) 1 1 . ct:l c3 dc 1 2.�c4 ct:l c3 1 3 .bc bS 1 4.�f l:t
Philadelphia 1987 -44/(375» cd 1 9 .cd iWc4 Ionov, Livshits -NIC YB 11/165.
20.iWb l iWdS =.
B) 1 4 ... iWc7 IS .iWb3 31 5 l1 .cd
B1) I S . . . cS 1 6 . E1 ab l b6 1 7 .iWdS E1 a e 8 A) 1 1 . . . ct:l ecS 1 2 .dc ct:l cS 1 3 .�fS ct:lb3 14.ab
1 8 . E1bd l E1e l 1 9 .E1e l ct:lb8 2 0 . h 3 h6 2 1 .�d2 cd± Mardle-Milner-Barry, Bognor Regis
E1d8= Bashkov-Haba, Ostrava 1991; 1964;
B2) I S . . . E1 fe 8 1 6 .c4 cS 1 7 . dS ct:l e S = B) 1 1 . . .cd 1 2 . ct:l c 3
Tseshkovsky-Makarychev, Moscow Tal B 1 ) 1 2 . . . �b4
mem. 1992; B 1 1) 1 3 . ct:l e4 de [ 1 3 . . . �e l ? 1 4 . ct:l eg5]
10.iWc2 1 4.�e4 �e l l S .�fS iWaS 1 6.�e4� Anand·
A) 1 O . . . ct:l a6 l 1 . a3 �g6 1 2 .cS �c7 1 3 . ct:l bd2 Ivanchuk, (blindfold) Melody Amber
[ 1 3 . ct:l c 3 -B] fS 1 4.b4 iWf6 I S .�b2 E1ae8 1993;
1 6.ct:lb3± (Manca-Savva, Groningen 1986) B12) 1 3 .iWdS iWdS 1 4.ct:ldS E1fe8 I S .E1e3±
E1e7 l 7 . ct:l eS M3 ; Akopian-Rozentalis, USSR 1990;
B) 1 O . . . �g6 l 1 .cS �c7 1 2 . ct:l c 3 [ 1 2 . ct:l e S ? C) 1 2 . . . ct:l b4 ! ? 1 3 .�e4 de
ct:l f2 1 3 .iWf2 � e S 1 4 .�g6 fg+ Forintos, C 1 ) 1 4 . ct:l e4 �e6� Khalifman;
Haag] C2) 1 4 .�g5 iWb6 I S . ct:l e4 E1fe8 [ I S . . . �e6
B1) 1 2 . . . ct:l a6 1 3 .a3 1 6 .iWd l ] 1 6. ct:l d 6 iWd6 1 7 .�f4 iWb6 1 8 .�c7±
B 1 1 ) 1 3 . . . E1e8 1 4 .b4 iWf6 1 S . ct:l e4 de 1 6.�e4 Khalifman-Akopian, Groningen 1993;
E1e4 1 7 . E1e4 iWfS 1 8 .ct:l d2 iWhS 1 9 . ct:l f l iWdS D) 1 2 . . . �e6 ! ? 1 3 . a3 [ 1 3 .iWb7 ct:lb4] ct:lc7
20.0 �e4 2 1 .iWe4± Yudasin-Rozentalis, 1 4 .iWc2 [ 1 4 .iWb7 E1b8 I S .iWc6? �d7] f5
Lvov 1990; I S . ct:l e2 �f7 1 6 .�f4 %-1J2 Popovic·
B12) 1 3 . . . fS 1 4.b4 �hS I S . ct:l eS �eS 1 6.de Fahnenschmidt, Bundesliga 1 988.
ct:l c7 l 7 .f3
B121) 1 7 . . . iWh4 1 8 .�e3 ct:l c 3 1 9 .iWc3 ct:l e6 31 6 11 . . . ct:ld2? ! 1 2 . �d2 �d3 1 3 .c5±
20.iWc2 g6 2 1 .bS f4 22 .�f2 iWe7°o Lanka­ Khalifman.11 ... ct:lec5? ! 1 2 .dc ct:l cS 1 3 .�f5
Lauk, Vilnius zt 1993; ct:l b3 1 4.ab
B122) 1 7 . . . ct:lc3 1 8 .iWc3 ct:l e6 1 9 .iWc2 g6 A) 1 4 . . . dc I S .bc �b4 1 6.�gS iWb6 1 7 .�e3

120
Wfc7 1 8 .g3± Khalifman-Rozentalis, Vilnius l S . a4± Sanchez-Campomanes, Moscow 01
1988 -45/ 35 1. 1 9S6;
B ) 1 4 ... d4 1 S .ct:l d 4 �h2 1 6.�h2 1Wd4 l 7 .<j;lg l A23) 1 2 .�gS f6 1 3 . l2l h4 l2l c3 1 4 .EleS 1WeS
a6 1 8 .�e3 1WeS 1 9 .�c2± Voina-Dempster, l S . l2l5 l2l e4 1 6 .�f4 gS ? ! ± Pappenheim­
corr 1991. Bauer, Frankfurt 1887;
B) 1 O . . . l2l a6 1 l .a3 fS 1 2 . l2l c3 l2l c7 1 3 . cd
3 1 7 12.1Wc4? ! cd= Taskovits-Szuliman, Szekszard 1989;
A) 1 2 . . . �e6 1 3 .1Wa4 l2l acS [ 1 3 . . . l2l c3 1 4.bc C) 1 0 . . . �g4 ! 1 1 .�e4 de 1 2.Ele4 �f3 1 3 . gf
h6 ! ?] 1 4 .dc l2l cs l S .�h7 <j;lh7 1 6 .1Wc2 �g8 l2l d7 1 4. l2l c 3 1Wf6� I S .cS �c7 1 6.1Wd 1 1Wg6
lH:JgS ! ? i1l2ld3 l S .Eld l �fS 1 9 .12lge4 l2l cS 1 7 . El g4 1WhS l S . Elg2 El adS+ Petrushin­
[ 1 9 . ..ctJ c l 20.1W c l +- Serper, Hasin] 20 .�f4 Rozentalis, Barnau1 1984.
/Lle4 [20 . . . El e 8 2 1 . El d6+-] 2 1 . l2l e4 �e4 10.l2l bd2 �fS 1 1 .cS �fS [ 1 1 . . .�c7] 1 2 .1Wc2
22.Wfe41/!le7 23 .1We7 �e7 24.Eld7± ; l2l d7 1 3 . l2l f l [ 1 3 . l2l e4 ? ! de 1 4 .�e4 El e4
B) 1 2 . . . �h2 ! 1 3 . � h2 l2l d6 1 4 .1Wb3 �d3 I S .Ele4 l2l f6+] �g6= Khalifman-Rozentalis,
1 5 .�gS 1Wc7 1 6 . El e7 1WcS 1 7 . �f4 �c4 USSR 1985.
1 8.Wfc2 l2l fS 1 9 .EleS �e6 20.g4 l2l e7 2 l .�g3 10.h3 �fS [ 1 O . . . l2l d7 ! ?] 1 1 .1Wb3 l2l a6 1 2 .cd
/Llb4+ Emelin-Avrukh, Alma Ata 199 1 . [ 1 2 .cS ? l2l acS+]
A) 1 2 . . . l2l acS ? ! 1 3 . dc l2l cS 1 4 . Ele8 1WeS
31 8 15.�a3 �e6 1 6 .1Wb2 �dS= l 7 . l2l eS l S .1Wa3 l2l d3 1 6.1Wd6 l2l c 1 l 7 . l2l c3± Stecko;
E1e8 1 8 .�d6 1/2-V2 Serper-Akopian, Ade­ B) 1 2 . . . l2l b4? ! 1 3 . dc l2l d3 1 4 .1Wd3 l2l gS
laide 1988 -47/(387). l S .�gS El e 1 1 6. l2l e 1 1WgS 1 7 .1We3± Stecko;
C) 1 2 . . . cd 1 3 . l2l c3
31 9 15 ... a6 ! ? Cl) 1 3 . . . �b4 1 4 .�f4 l2l c 3 I S .�fS l2l e2
A) 16.�a3 �e6 l 7 .1Wc2 �dS l S .�d6 1Wd6 1 6. Ele2 Ele2 1 7 .�d3± Mikhalchishin;
1 9./LlgS g6 20. l2l e4 �e4 2 l .1We4 ElfeS=; C2) 1 3 . . . l2l b4
B) 1 6.igS 1Wd7 l 7 . l2l eS � : eS l S . deoo• C21) 1 4.�e4 �e4 I S . l2l e4 de 1 6 . l2l gS 1Wc7
1 7 .�d2 l2l c2 ! I S . l2l f7 l2l a 1 1 9 .12lh6 <j;lhS
320 18.de �e6 1 9 . El ed 1 � b 3 2 0 . El d7 20. l2l f7 = Mikhalchishin;
E1fc8°o Oll-Rozentalis, Klaipeda 1988. C22) 1 4.�b 1 1Wd7 [i1�h3 ] I S . l2l eS l2l c 3
C22 1 ) 1 6.1Wc 3 �eS 1 7 .de aS ! ?t [ 1 7 . . . �b 1 = ;
32 1 10.1/!lc2 1 7 . . . l2l c6] ;
A) lO . . . ifS 1 1 . l2l c 3 C222) 1 6.bc �eS
AI) 1 l . . . l2l a6 1 2. a3 1Wf6 1 3 .cd l2l c3 1 4.�fS C2221 ) 1 7 .EleS ? ! l2l d3 I S .EleS EleS 1 9 .�e3
E1e I 1 5.tt:le 1 l2l dS 1 6.�h7 <j;lhS l 7 .�d3 1Wd4 1Wc6 !f' Yudasin-Mikhalchishin, Lvov 1987
1 8./Llf31/!lcS 1 9 .1We2± Lornje-Meiers, Le­ -44/37 S ;
ningrad 1989; C2222) l 7 . de l2l d3 l S .�d3 �d3= Stecko;
A2) l l . . .ib4 C2223) 1 7 .�fS ! �h2 [ 1 7 . . . �d6 ! ? l S.�e3=]
A21) 1 2.:8e2? ! l2l c 3 1 3 .Ele8 1WeS 1 4.�fS ? I S . <j;lh2 1Wd6 1 9 .�f4 1Wf4 20. <j;l g 1 =
liJe2 1 5 .�fl l2ld4 ! 1 6 .ih7 �hS 1 7 .1Wd3 l2l f3 Mikhalchishin.
1 8.gf g6 10.1Wb3 l2l a6 1 1 .cd [ 1 1 . l2l c3 ! ?] cd 1 2 . l2l c 3
-+ Isupov-Frog, Vladivostok 1990; �e6 1 3 . a3 [ 1 3 .1Wb7 l2lb4] l2l c7 1 4 . 1Wc2
A22) 1 2.a3 �c3 1 3 .bc l2l d7 1 4 . El b 1 b6 [ 1 4 .1Wb7 ElbS=] fS I S . l2l bS l2l bS 1 6 .�bS

121
�d7= Makarychev-Nikolenko, Moscow 324 H ... dc 1 2 .�gS l'l:e l 1 3 .%Vel \Wf8
1987 -45/(35 1 ) . 1 4.�c4l1Jd7 I S .�d3 [ I S .�b3 lIJb6 1 6.�e5
�e6 1 7 .�e6 fe±] lIJb6 1 6 .c4 [ 1 6 .%Ve4 f5
322 1 0 . . . �f5 1 1 .%Vb3 [ 1 1 .%Vc2 - 3 2 1 1 1 7 .%Ve2 lIJdS I S . c4 lIJf4±] cS 1 7 .d5±
10.%Vc2/A] lIJa6 1 2.cd lIJacS 1 3 .dc lIJcS. Khalifman-Rozentalis, USSR 1986.
1 4 .l'l:eS %VeS I S .�fS lIJb3 1 6 .ab± Klundt­ 11 ... l'l:el 1 2 .%Ve l h6 1 3 .h3 �e6 1 4 .cd cd
Knuth, West Berlin 1987. I S .lIJeS lIJc6 1 6 . f4 %Vc7= Hawelko·
G.Garcia, Polanica Zdroj 1987 .
323 11 .l'l:e8 %VeS 1 2.bc
A) 12 . . .lIJd7 ? 1 3 .%Vc2 g6 1 4.cS �c7 I S .�gS ! 325 13 ... %Vc8? 1 4.�e7 �e7 I S .%Ve7 h6
f6 1 6 .l'l:e l %Vn 1 7 .�h6 b6 I S .h4 ! bc 1 9 .hS 1 6 .lIJeS �e6 1 7J4---+ Novik-Meiers, Lenin·
lIJfS 2 0 . �f8 %VfS 2 1 . � g 6 ! + - Adianto­ grad 1989.
Gunavan, Jakarta zt 1993;
B) 1 2 . . . dc 1 3 .�c4 �g4 326 14 ... lIJa6? ! I S . cd cd 1 6 .l'l:b l ±
Bl) 1 4.�e3 lIJd7 I S .�e2 bS= Korzubov­ Timman.
Rozentalis, Lvov 1985;
B2) 1 4 .�gS lIJd7 [ 1 4 . . . h6 I S .�h4 %Ve4 327 15 dc? 1 6 .�c4 !±.
•••

(Forintos, Haag) 1 6.%Vb3 ! ?] I S .%Vd3 lIJb6


1 6.�b3 �hS 1 7 .l'l:e l %Vd7 1 S .lIJeS l'l:eS I 9 . f4 328 17 ... lIJd7 ! ? I S .cd %VdS
�eS 20Je �g6 2 1 .%Vf3± L.A.Schneider­ A) 1 9 .�e4 ? ! %Va2 20.%Vd3 l'l:eS 2 1 .�h7Ifif8+
Valkesalmi, Torshavn 1987 ; Huebner;
C) 1 2 . . . �g4 ! B) 1 9 .1'l:bSoo Timman.
C l ) 1 3 .cd cd [ 1 3 . . . �f3 1 4.%Vf3 %Ve l I S .�fl 17 ... %Ve3
�h2 1 6.mh2 %Vfl 1 7 .�h6 !+- i1%Vg4] 1 4.�d2 A) I S .�e3 �f3 1 9. 9f lIJc6 20.cd �e7=
Forintos, Haag; Timman
C2) 1 3 .�e3 lIJd7 ? 1 4 . c d cd I S .�h7± B) I S.fe lIJc6 ! ? 1 9 .cd lIJb4 20.�c4 �f5�
Levchenkov-Meiers, USSR 1986; Huebner-Timman, Rotterdam 1988 -46/
C3) 1 3 .h3 �hS 1 4 .�e3 %Ve7 I S .cd cd 1 6. g4 393.
�g6 1 7 .�g6 hg I S .%Vb3 %Vd7 1 9 . 'tt> g 2 %Vc6
20.l'l:b l b6 2 1 .%VbS mfS± (Eskelinen-Utasi, 329 9 �f5 l O.lIJc3 l'l:eS [ 1 1 .l'l:e l -32 11
. .•.

Groningen 1982) 22.a4 ; 10.%Vc2/A] 1 1 .�e3 lIJa6 1 2.a3 lIJc7 1 3 .c5


C4) 1 3 .�d2 i1�h7 %VdS �fS 1 4 .lIJe2l1Je6 I S .b4 %Vf6oo/fl Apicella·
C41) 1 4.�h7 ? ! 'tt> h 7 I S .%Vb l mgS 1 6 .lIJgS Buckley, Oakham 1990.
g6 1 7 .%V:b7l1Jd7 I S .%Vc6l1Jf6 1 9 .%Vb7 �e6 9 ... lIJf6 ? !
20.cS (Weinkauf-Werner, corr 1966) �c7 + A) 1 0.cS ! ? �c7 1 1 .�gS h 6 1 2 .�h4± Ernst·
Van der Tak; Sorensen, Cobenhavn 1985;
C42) 1 4 .l'l:b l dc I S .�c4 %Vc7 1 6.h3 �fS B) l O.�gS h6 [ l O . . . dc ! ? Steinitz]
1 7 .lIJgS �g6 I S .%Ve2 lIJd7 1 9 .�d3 �d3 B l ) 1 1 .�e3 dc 1 2.�c4 �g4 1 3 .lIJbd2l1Jbd7
20.%Vd3 lIJf6= Burn-Marshall, Karlsbad 1 4.�h6---+ Potter-Mason, London 1867;
1911 ; B2) 1 1 .�h4 dc 1 2 .�c4l1Jbd7 1 3 .lIJc3
C43) 1 4 .cd cd IS .h3 �hS 1 6 .l'l:b l ! ? B2l) 13 . . . %VaS ? ! 1 4.l'l:fe l %VhS I S .lIJe2±'Iljin
[ 1 6.%Vb3°o Jonsson] Polugaevsky. Genevsky-Poljak, Leningrad 1938;

1 22
B22) 1 3 . . . tLlb6 (Forintos, Haag) t; 331 10 ...�e6? ! 1 1 .Wlb3± Forintos, Haag.
B23) 1 3 . . . Wlc7 1 4 .l:Ue l tLlb6 ? ! [ 1 4 . . . b6t 10 ... tLlc3? ! I I .bc b6
Kadar; 14 . . . b5] 1 5 .�f6 tLlc4 1 6 .tLle4 ! ± A) 1 2 . E1 e l Wlf6 1 3 . � g5 Wlg6 1 4 .�e7±
Kadar-Koszuros, Pecs 1970. Langier-Neme, Buenos Aires 1991;
9...�g4?! 1 O.tLle5 ! ? �e5 l 1 .de �f5 1 2.f3 B) 1 1 . . .h6 I 2 . E1 e l b6 1 3 .tLle5± Napier­
'lNb6 13.c5 tLl c5 1 4 .�f5 tLl b 3 1 5 . E1t2 tLl a l Mason, Hannover 1902.
1 6.�h7 @hS 1 7 .Wlf5+- Sanguinetti­
Puiggros, Argentina (ch) 1957. 332 11 .a3 -48.
9. �e6! ?
.. 11. cd tLlb4 1 2 .Wld l
A) 1 O.�e4 de l 1 .tLlg5 �f5 1 2 . tLl e4 [ 1 2 .tLlc3 A ) 1 2 . . . tLlc3 I 3 .bc tLld3 1 4 .Wld3 cd 1 5 .Wlb5t
�en Schwarz] �h2 1 3 .@h2 Wlh4 1 4.@g l Ernst-Machado, Malme 1987;
�e4 1 5 .'rMic3= [M3 , �e3] Forintos, Haag; B) 1 2 . . . cd= Forintos, Haag.
B) W.c5 �c7 l 1 .tLlc3 f5 1 2.tLle2co [ 1 2.b4
ILldn Schwarz; 1 2 .Wlb3 ] ; 333 l 1 ...tLlh4?! 1 2.�e2 [.'1c5 ; Xb4] �e7
C) W.cd cd 1 1 .�e4 d e 1 2 .Wle4 �d5 1 3 .a3 tLl c 3 1 4 .Wlc3 tLl a6 I 5 .cd cd 1 6.�f4±
Cl) 13 .'rMid3 Wittmann-Cederlind, corr 1982.
Cll) 1 3 . . . � f3 1 4 . Wlf3 Wlh4 1 5 .g3 Wld4
1 6.'lNb7± [ 1 6. tLl c 3 t ] ; 334 12.tLle2?! tLl b4 1 3 .�b l dc 1 4 .Wlc4
C12) 1 3 . . . tLlc6 ! ?� Schwarz; WleS 1 5 .�f4 tLld5 1 6 .�d6 tLl d6 1 7 .Wlc5co
C2) 1 3 . 'rMif5 �e6 [ 1 3 . . . g6 ! ? ; 1 3 . . . tLlc6] Rodin-Lopatsky, corr 1985.
1 4.'lNhS tLlc6 1 5 .tLlc3 tLl b4t/� Hildkrog­
Christensen, corr 1985. 335 13.tLld5? ! �e6 1 4.Wlb7 [ 1 4.�c4 E1cS
1 5 .@h l tLl b4-+ Schwarz] tLl ac5 1 5 . dc tLl c5
330 10.cd cd l 1 . tLl e5 �e6 .'1 1 2.f3 Wlb6 ! 1 6.�g5 [ 1 6.Wlb5 E1bS 1 7 .Wlc4 �d5+] �d5
Forintos, Haag. 1 7 .Wlb5 [ 1 7 .Wld5 ? ? �h2+-] Wlc7 1 S .b4 a6+
lO.c5�c7 [ 1 O . . . �e7 .'1�f6 Forintos, Haag] Vaiser-Pozdnikin, corr 1986.
1 1 .ILlc3 tLld7 [ 1 1 . . .�e6 ! ? -3291B] 1 2 .tLle2 13.tLle2 tLlb4 1 4.�f4
'lNe8 1 3 .�f4 �dS 1 4 . tLl e5 �f6 1 5 . tLl d7 �d7 A ) 1 4 . . . �f4 1 5 .tLlf4W1d6 1 6 .g3 tLld3 1 7 .Wld3
1 6.f3;1; Geiser-Kotschil, corr 1987. g5 l S .tLlg2 f4 1 9 .tLle5 Wlh6= Poulsen­
lO.'lNb3 Christensen, corr 1984;
Cl) I O . . . 'rMib6 [ 1 0 . . . dc 1 1 .�c4 @hS 1 2 . tLl c 3 B) 14 . . . a5 1 5 .�b5 �f4 1 6 .tLlf4 g5 1 7 .tLl e2
-C2l g4 1 S .tLle5
Cll) l 1 .cd Wlb3 1 2 . ab cd 1 3 .tLlc3 �e6 Bl) l S . . . tLl d2? ! 1 9 .Wle3 tLl f l 20.E1f l � tLl c6
1 4.lLlb5 CiJc6= Schach Archiv; 2 1 .�c6 bc 22.Wlh6tI± Kuznetsov-Varia­
C 12) l 1 .c5 ! Wlb3 1 2 . ab �c7 1 3 .b4± Schach mov, corr 1986 ;
Archiv; B2) I S . . . f4 I 9 .E1ad l
C2) l O . . . @hS l 1 . tLl c 3 dc [ 1 1 . . .tLla6 -45] B21) 1 9 . . . f3 20.tLlg3 �f5 2 1 .gf tLl g3 22.fg
1 2.�c4 CiJc3 1 3 .Wlc3 [ 1 3 .bc] b5 1 4 .�b3 f4 �c2 23 .Wle3 (Sveshnikov-Kochiev, Ash­
IS .lLleS 'rMif6 khabad USSR ch( l l) 1978) gf! 24.E1d2 �e4
C21) 1 6.CiJc6? f3 1 7 .�d5 �b7 1 S .g3 E1cS-+ 25 .tLlf3 Wlb6� f± Pelcev-Borisov, corr 1985;
Williams-Staunton, London 1851; B22) 1 9 . . . tLld6 !
C22)1 6.E1e 1 ;1; Van der Tak. B221) 20.a3 tLl b5 2 1 .ab f3 22 . tLl g3 E1a6+

1 23
Grozdensky-Borisov, corr 1986; 12 cS ! ? Rozentalis.
.•.

B222) 20.�d3 ctJ d3 2 1 . ctJ d3 f3 22 . ctJ g 3


ctJ e4 ! + [llE1a6-h6--t] Forsberg-Borisov, corr 344 13.h3? ctJb4 ll�f3 + . 13.a3? �f3
1988. 1 4.Wf3 Wh4+ . 13.ctJ gS g6
1 3 . ctJ bS ! ? �bS 1 4 . E1 e 1 �e6 l S . a3 � g S A) 1 4. ctJ e4? �fS l S . ctJ be 3 ctJ eS-+ Mikhai·
1 6 . ctJ e3 id6 1 7 .�fl [ 1 7 .Wb7 ctJ aeS l S .de lov;
ctJ eS 1 9 .WbS E1bS] gS [ l 7 . . . ctJ aeS!? (Borisov) B) 1 4. a3 �e2 I S . W h 3 hS 1 6 . E1 e 1 �g4
11 l S.de �eS 1 9 . ctJ e4 fe Xf2] l S .Wb7 g4°o 1 7 .We3+ Schwarz;
Volchok-Borisov, corr 1984 . C) 1 4 . ctJ e3 ctJ b4 l S .Wd2 �fS� Schwarz.
13.ctJbd2 ctJ eS 1 4.de ! ? [ 1 4.We2 ctJ e6�] �h2
336 IS.Wc4 E1b4 1 6.We2 �b7 1 7 .�e3 E1eS l S . ctJ h2 Wd3 1 6. ctJ g4°o Van der Tak.
l S .a3 E1b3 1 9 . ctJ e4 E1e4�/t Madsen-Chri­
stensen, corr 1986. 345 14 ... ctJ cS ? ! l S .We3 ctJ e4
A) l S . . . ctJ e6 1 6 .E1fe 1 h6 1 7 .�e3 fS l S .d5 cd
337 16.ctJ f7 E1f7 1 7 .Wf7 ctJ e3 l S .be �h2 1 9 .ed± Mironov-Kulikov, corr 1986;
1 9 .\t>h2 Wh4 20.\t>g 1 �g2= Forintos, Haag. B) 1 6 . ctJ e4 E1e4 1 7 .eS �e7 l S .E1fe l ge l
1 9 .E1e l ± Lopatsky-Kuznetsov, corr 1986.
338 18.fe ctJ e3 1 9.be We4=/t A.Rodri­
guez-Sieiro Gonzalez, Cuba (ch) 1982. 346 18.f4 ctJ b4 1 9 .We3 WhS� Kruppa·
Rozentalis, Lvov 1985.
339 12.ctJ a3?! E1eS 1 3 .Wh4 Wh4 -342.
12.a3 ? ! E1eS 1 3 . ctJ e S ctJ a6 1 4.We 2 �eS l S .de 347 10 ... E1e8 ! ? 1 1 . ctJ e3 �g4 [ 1 1 . ..�f5
E1eS+ Serovalsky-Fedoseev, corr 1986. 1 2 .E1e 1 -3 2 1 /10.Wc2/A]
A) 1 2.eS ? ! �e7 1 3 . ctJ e4 de 1 4.�e4 �f3 !
340 14.ctJ f3 �g4 l S .a3 �f3 1 6.gf Wh4 [ 1 4 . . .fS ? l S .Wb3 �hS 1 6.ctJ gS+- Dokhoianj
[llE1f6--t] 1 7 .We6 \t>hS l S . �f3 Wd4 1 6 . � e3 E1 e 3 ! + Ehlvest·
A) l S .Wd6? E1f6 1 9.Wd7 ctJe2 20.E1a2 ctJ d4--t; Dokhoian, Tallinn 1986;
B) l S.ab? E1f6 1 9 .Wd7 E1g6 20.\t>h1 E1dS B) 1 2 . ctJ e4 de 1 3 .�e4
2 1 .Wf5 E1gS 22.We6 WhS 2 3 . ctJ d2 E1g6-+ B l ) 1 3 . . . �f3 1 4.�f3 Wh4 1 S . g3 Wd4 l 6.�e3
Klaic-Grodzensky, corr 1989; Wf6 1 7 .�e4 ! ± Dokhoian;
C) l S .Wg4 Wg4 1 9.fg ctJ e 2 20.E1a2 ctJ d4+ B2) 1 3 . . . fS ! ? 1 4 . i fS if3 l S . gf � h4oo
Kuznetsov-Raetsky, corr 1986. Dokhoian.

341 18.\t>bl ctJ a6 1 9 . ctJ g5 �fS� Khra­ 348 H.cd ed 1 2.�a6 ba 1 3 .We6
mov-Raetsky, corr 1986. A) 1 3 . . . Wb6 ! ? 1 4 . WdS ( l 4 . W aS ? ! �b7
l S .WfS �fS--t Schwarz) \t>hSoo;
342 12.Wh4? Wh4 1 3 . ctJ h4 ctJ b4 1 4 . ctJ a3 B) 1 3 . . . E1bS 1 4 .WdS �hS l S .We4 ib7�.
E1e4 l S . ctJf3 �g4 1 6.�e3 �f3 1 7 .gf E1h4+ H.cS �e7
Krause. A) 1 2. ctJ e S ctJ e7 1 3 .f3 [ 1 3 .b4 ! ?] ctJ e6 ! 1 4.�e3
[ 1 4.fe? de+] igS ,
343 12 ... ctJ b4? ! 1 3 .Wb3 �fS 1 4 .�gS ! ± A I ) l S .�gS ctJ 4gS 1 6.We3 f4+ Kogan;
Keres. A2) l S .f4

1 24
A21) 1 5 . . . �h6 1 6.ltJ e 3 �d7 1 7 .b4 �e8 1 8 .g4 A) 1 6. Ct:J g 3 Ct:J 6g5 1 7 .Ct:J g5 1 7 . Ct:J e 5 �e5 1 8 .de
g6°o de Firmian-Kogan, USA (eh) 1986 - Ct:J f3 ! 1 9 .9f iWh4-+
42/383; iWg5 1 8 .�e l f4 1 9 . Ct:J e4 iWh4 20.h3 �h3+/---+
A22) 15 . . . �f6 ! ? 1 6.b4 g5 1 7 . g3 gf 1 8 .gf Chandler;
A221) 1 8 . . . �e5 ! ? 1 9 .de [ 1 9 . fe f4 20.�f2 B) 1 6 .�cl Ct:J 4g5 1 7 . Ct:J e5 �e5 1 8 .de Ct:J f3
i2l 6g5 2 1 .@h l �h3 22.Ei:g l f3-+] d4 20.�c l 1 9 .9f f4+ 20.�f5 (Chandler-Dive, Welling­
mh8+ Glek; ton 1988) B 1 ) 20 . . . iWh4 2 l .h3 Ei:f8 ---+ ;
A222) 1 8 . . . @h8 1 9. Ct:J e 3 �e5 20Je f4 2 1 .�f2 B2) 20 . . . iWg5
(Rusakov-Glek, eorr 1 988 -45/(354)) B21) 2 1 .@h l iWh5 22.h3 Ct:J g5 ---+ Van der Tak;
i2l 6g5 !+ Glek; B22) 2 1 .�g4 Ct:J d4 22. Ct:J d4 �g4 2 3 . fg iWg4
B) 1 2.b4 ! ? Ct:J e7 1 3 . Ct:J e5 Ct:J e6 1 4.�b2 Ct:J f4 24. @h l f3 25 . Ct:J f3 iWf3 26.lt>g 1 Ei:g6 27 .iWg6
1 5 .f3 12lg5 1 6. Ct:J d2 a6 1 7 .Ei:fe l oo/;!; Udalov­ hg+.
Kuzenkov, eorr 1986. 15.Ct:J e5 ! ? M3 Van der Tak.

349 12.iWb3 ? ! @h8 1 3 .ed ed+ (Sevillano­ 353 17.Ct:J e5 ? ! (;!; Chandler) Ct:J d2 1 8 .iWd5
Wolff, Bagnio 1 987) � 1 4 . @ h l iWf6 �e6 ! ?
1 5 .i2l d5? iWf7 1 6.�e4 b5+. A ) 1 9 .iWa2 �g2 20.@g2 �e5 2 1 .de Ei:g6+;
l2.:r:le1 @h8 1 3 .b4 [ 1 3 .�d2 �dn ��e8-h5 B) 1 9 . Ct:J e 6 be [ 1 9 . . . � h 2 ? 2 0 . lt> h2 Ei: h 6
Urday-Dnarte, Santiago 1987] �d7 1 4 .�b2 2 1 . lt>g l iW h 4 2 2 . Ct:J e7 It>h8 2 3 . f3 ] 20.iWe6
�e8°o 1 5 .e5 �e7 1 6 . Ct:J e 5 �h4 1 7 .Ei:fl [ 1 7 .g3 Ei:e8 ! ---+ � 2 1 .iWb5 �h2 22.lt>h2 Ei:h6 23 . @ g l
C/Je6 1 8 .l2le2 Ct:J f2 1 9 .@f2 f4� Van der Tak] Ct:J f3 24.gf iWh4-+.
�g5 1 8 .l2le2 �h5 t Gnfeld-Koehiev, USSR 17.Ei:ad1 �Ct:J e5°o.
1980 -29/218.
12.M ! ? 354 13.Ct:J e5?! Ct:J e6 1 4 . Ct:J e2 iWe7 ! ?
A ) 1 2 . . . l2l e 3 ? 1 3 . iW e 3 de 1 4 .�e4 Ct:J d5 [� 1 5 .b4? Ct:J d4 ! ] 1 5 J4+ Mieses.
1 5.1l,lfb3 @h8 1 6 .�g5± Gaprindashvili­ 13.�f4
Steroina, USSR 1974; A) 1 3 . . . . g5 1 4 .�e7 iWe7 1 5 .Ei:ad l g4 1 6 . Ct:J e l
B) o 1 2 . . . @h8 Van der Tak. �g5 1 7 .g3°o Bnrkov-Varlamov, eorr 1985-
87;
350 1 3 ... @ h8 1 4 .�b2 iWe8 [ 1 4 . . . Ei: f6 ! ? B) 1 3 . . . Ct:J e6 1 4 .�e5 (Hazai-Valkesalmi,
Timman] 1 5 .Ei:ae l iWh5 1 6. Ct:J e5 f4 Espoo 1987) �f6 1 5 .Ct:Je2 iWe8 ! ?oo 1 6.b4�e5
AI) 1 7 .�e4 de 1 8 .iWe4 �e5 [ 1 8 . . . Ct:J g5 1 7 . Ct:J e5 ? Ct:J d4 1 8 . Ct:J d4 iWe5+ Franke­
1 9 . i2l f4 iWh6 2 0 . iW e3 Ei: f4 2 1 . �c l ! + - ] Dempster, eorr 1990.
1 9.1We5iWe5 20.de f3 2 1 .gfCt:J g5 ! = Timman;
A2) 1 7 .f3 Ct:J4g5 1 8 .ed cd 1 9 .�e l ! [�iWb3] 355 14.Ct:J f4
�e5- 20.de �d7 2 1 .�b2± Timman-Salov, A ) 1 4 . . . �f6 1 5 . Ct:J e 6 �e6 1 6.�f4 �f7 1 7 .�e5
Saint John em 1 98 8 -45/354. �h5 1 8 .�f6 iWf6 1 9 . CtJ e5 Ei:ad8 20.f3 CtJ g5
2 1 . Ei: fe l Ct:J e6 22 .iWf2;!; Gipslis-Raetsky,
351 1 4 ... l2l f4 (Forintos, Haag) 1 5 . Ct:J f4 Berlin 1993;
�f4 1 6.l2le5 [�Ei:ae l ,g3 , f3] . B) 1 4 . . . Ct:J 6g5 ! ? 1 5 . Ct:J g5 Ct:J g5 1 6.Ei:el �f6
1 7 .�e3 g6 1 8 .f3 iWe7 1 9 .iWf2 iWgn Xd4
352 1 5J'�ae 1 ? Ei:h6 Sherzer-Wolff, Philadelphia 1 987.

1 25
356 15 ... i.d7 1 6.ctJ eSt. �h7 29 . gh+- ] 25 . ttJ c3 %VeS 2 6 . Ei: a l ±
Shakarov.
357 16 ...g5 1 7 . ttJ e5 g4 I SJ3±.
361 1 5 . . . ttJ d7? 1 6 . i.b2 g6 1 7 .i.g6 fg
358 1 8.f3;l; Kapustin-Kuzenkov, corr I S .%Vg6±1---+ Salov.
1 986.
362 17 ...%Vh7 ! ? Salov.
359 1 l .i.e4 ? ! de A) 1 2 . ttJ g5 i.f5 1 3 . ttJ c3 17 ttJ c7= I S .h3 i.h5 1 9 .f4
.•.

[ 1 3 . ttJ e4 ? %Vh4-+ ; 1 3 .f3 i.e7+] Ei:eS 1 4.Ei:e l A) 1 9 . . . f5 20. ttJ d2 ttJ e6 2 1 . ttJ b3
i.c7+ (Ljubojevic-Timman, Linares 1988 AI) 2 1 . . . b6 ? ! 2 2 . ttJ d4t Timman-Salov,
-45/356) 1 5 .i.e3 %V d6 1 6.g3 %V g6 1 7 J3 ef Saint John cm (4) 1 988 -45/355;
I S .%Vf2+ Timman; A2) 2 1 . . . d4 2 2 . ttJ d4 Ei:adS 2 3 . ttJ f5 �f4�
B) 1 2.%Ve4 i.f3 1 3 .%Vf3 %Vh4+ Shakarov. Salov ;
1 l . ttJ bd2 ttJ d2 1 2 . ttJ d2 %Vh4 1 3J4 Ei:aeS B) 1 9 . . . f6 ! ? 20.i.b2 fe 2 1 .i.e5 ttJ e6oo/f±
14.c5 i.bS [ 1 4 . . . i.c7 .'1ttJbS] 1 5 . ttJ b3 Ei:e7 Salov.
1 6 .i.d2 Ei:feS 1 7 .Ei:f2 ttJ c7 I S .g3 %Vh5 1 9 .f5
f6 20.a4 363 1l i.h5 ? !
..•

A) 20 . . . i.f3 ? 2 1 . Ei: afl i.e4 2 2 . ttJ a5 ttJ a6 A) 1 2 .f3 %Vb6 ! ?oo;


23 .i.e4 de 24.%Vb3± Short-Hort, Bundes­ B) 1 2 .cd cd 1 3 .i.e4 de 1 4.%Ve4 Ei:eS 1 5 .if4
Iiga 1988 -45/(355); B l ) 1 5 . . . f6 1 6 .%Vd5t;
B) 20 . . . ttJ a6 2 1 .Ei:afl [2 l . ttJ a5 ? i.f3 22.Ei:afl B2) I S . . . ttJ c7
i.g3 !-+] i.h3 22.Ei:c 1 i.g4 23 .Ei:cfl = Hort; B21) 1 6 .%Vf5 i.g6 1 7 .%Vg4 ttJ e6 I S . Ct:l g6
q 20 . . . i.e2 ! ? 2 1 .i.e2 Ei:e2 2 2 . Ei: af l oo i.f4 1 9 . ttJ f4 1/2-% G . Timoshchenko·
Kasparov. Makarychev, Moscow 1 990;
B22) 0 1 6.%Vb7± .'1ttJc6.
360 13 ... ttJ ac5? !
A ) 1 4 .i.e4 ttJ e4 1 S .f3 %Vb6 1 6 .lii h l f5 1 7 .fe 364 13.cd %Vd5 ! [ 1 3 . . . cd? 1 4 . f3 �b6
fe I S .Ei:g 1 Ei:aeS� Shakarov; 1 5 .i.e3 d4 1 6 .i.d4 Ei:fdS 1 7 .i.e3 E1d3
B) 1 4J3 ! %Vb6 [ l 4 . . . ttJ d 3 ? 1 5 .%Vd3 ttJ c S I S .%Vd3 !+-] 1 4.i.e4 ttJ e4
1 6.%Vc2+- Shakarov] 1 5 .i.e3 d 4 1 6.i.d4 A) 1 5J3 ttJ c5
Ei:fdS [ 1 6 . . . Ei:adS ? 1 7 .i.e4 Ei:d4 I S .i.h7 �hS A I ) 1 6.i.e 3 ttJ b3 1 7 . ttJ c 3 ttJ a l I S .Ei:a l %VeSt
1 9.fg ttJb3 20 . � h l ttJ a l 2 1 .%Vf5 c5 Makarychev;
22.i.g6 !+- Shakarov] A2) 1 6Jg ttJ b3+ Makarychev;
Bl) 1 7 .i.e3 Ei:d3 I S .%Vd3 ttJ d3 1 9 .i.b6 ab A3) 1 6.Ei:d l %Vb3 ! 1 7 .Ei:d2 %Vc2 1 S .Ei:c2 Ct:l b3t
20Jg (20Je i.e2) ttJ b200 Shakarov; Makarychev;
B2) 1 7 .i.e4 Ei:d4 I S .i.h7 � hS 1 9.fg ttJ b3 B) 1 5 . ttJ c3 ttJ c 3 1 6 .%Vc3 Ei: fe S Y2-Y2
20.�h l ttJ a l 2 1 . %V f5 cS 22.%Vf7 ! Iii h 7 23 .e6 Ljubojevic-Akopian, Linares 1995.
B21) 23 . . . Ei:d5 ? 24. ttJ c 3 Ei:e5 25 . ttJ e4 !+- lii h S 13.b4 ttJ d3 1 4.%Vd3 i.f5 1 5 .cd cd 1 6 .�d4
26.tLl gS ! ! 1 -0 Shakarov-Rozentalis, corr Ei:cS
1986 -41/364; A) 1 7 .%Va7 b6� [ 1 7 . . . d4 ! ?] .'1 1 S.f3? E1c l
B22) 23 . . . %Vb5 24.%Vf5 Iii g S [ 2 4 . . . � h S 1 9 . Ei: c 1 %Vg5 20 . Ei: e l i.h3 2 1 .g3 ttJ g3-+
2S . ttJ c 3 %Vd3 26.%Vh5 %Vh7 27.e7 %Vh5 2S.Ei:fS Vladimirov;

1 26
B) 1 7 .f3 t2J gS I S .igS [ l S .iWa7 ? 4:l f3 1 9 . 9f 1 2 . Ei: e1 4:l d7 1 3 .iWd3 [ I 3 .id3 ? ! iWf6=
�c 1 -+ Vladimirov] iW gS 1 9 . 4:l d2 hS Puskas-Polacek, Trnava 1 980]
20.�ac I h4 (Hazai-Vladimirov, Rotterdam A) 1 3 . . . ihS I 4.�gS iWe7 1 S .�e7 �g6 1 6.iWe2
1988 -46/399) 2 1 .Ei:fe 1 h3 22.g3= Hazai. ie7 1 7 .iWe7 iWdS;!; Manion-Chow, Chica­
go 1 992 ;
365 15.1Mfc2 i1ie3°o Hort. B ) 1 3 . . . bS ! ? 1 4 .�b 3 4:l eS I S .de ih2 1 6. 4:l h2
iWd3 1 7 . 4:l g4 iWe3°o.
366 16 ... h5 ! ? Hort. 12. Ei: b 1
A) 1 2 . . . t2J d7 ? ! 1 3 .h3 �hS -372/13 ... 4:l d7 ;
367 17 ... g6 I S .ifS [ I S . t2J e 3 ! ?� ] iWfS B) 1 2 . . . iWe7 1 3 .h3 �fS [ 1 3 . . . �hS - 3 7 21
1 9.cd cd (Ljubojevic-Hort, Amsterdam 13 .. iWc7] 1 4.Ei:b2 [ 1 4.�d3 ! ?] 4:l d7
.

1988 -46/400) 20.Ei:e I ;!; Hort. B1) 1 4 . . . bS I S .�e2 a6 1 6.e4 4:l d7 1 7 .dSoo
17...VMb6 I S .mh l g6°o Hort. Borriss-M.Mueller, Bundesliga 1 993;
B2) I S .Ei:e l 4:l b6 1 6.id3 id3 1 7 .iWd3 gfeS
368 9...if5 1 O.ie3 [ l O.iWe2 -329/9 if5] ••. I S .gbe2;!; Hartikainen-Ruchieva, Helsenki
�e8 [ 1 O . . . t2J e3 ! ?] l 1 .iWe2 4:l a6 1 2.a3 Ei:eS 1 992;
[ 1 2 ... t2J c 7 ! ?] 1 3 .eS ibS 1 4.Ei:fe l ;!; Valentin­ C) 1 2 . . . bS
Rate, Val Maubee 1989. C 1 ) 1 3 .�e2
9.. !g4?! 1 O.ie4 de 1 1 . 4:l e4 ie7 1 2.ie3
. C l l) 1 3 . . . iWe7 [ 1 3 . . . a6 1 4.h3 �hS - 3 7 3 ]
[5 1 3 . t2J cS if3 1 4 . iWO iWd6 I S .iW h 3 ± 1 4.h3 � h S I S . a4 a 6 1 6.e4 be 1 7 .ie4 4:l d7=
Jovanovic-Wernert, Paris c h 1 995. Mortensen-Lima, Novi Sad 01 1 990;
C 1 2) 1 3 . . . 4:l d7 1 4. a4 [ 1 4.dS ! ?] a6 I S .e4 be
369 1l ... b5? ! 1 2 .ib3 ifS ? ! [ 1 2 . . . ig4] 1 6 .iWe2 �f3 1 7 .io iWh4 I S . g 3 iWd4
1 3 . lI:l e5 !eS 1 4.de iWd l I S .Ei:d l as 1 6. a4± (Ivanovic-Khalifman, Plovdiv 1 986 -411
Tal. 363) 1 9 .Ei:d l iWf6 20.ie6 Ei:adS 2 1 .id7 gd7
1l ...! f5? ! 22.�f4 Ei:fd S = Khalifman;
A) 1 2 .!gS iWe7 1 3 . Ei:el 4:l d7 [ 1 3 . . . h6 ! ?] C2) 1 3 .id3 4:l d7
1 4 .h3 [ 1 4 .ie7 ! ? ] h6 ? ! I S . i e7 Ei: fe S ? C21) 1 4.Ei:e l
1 6.!t7 !± Borosz-Szuliman, Szekszard 1989; C 2 l l) 1 4 . . . a6 I s . ie4 Ei: e S 1 6 .h3 �hS
B) 1 2. t2J eS;!; Slimani -Murilllo Thessaloni­ 1 7 .iWd3 �g6 1 S .ig6 hg 1 9 .e4 4:lb6= Mahia­
ki 1988. Casafus , Argentina 1 987;
C212) 1 4 . . . 4:l b6 l S .�e2 geS ! 1 6 .�gS
370 1 2 .a4 4:l d7 1 3 .Ei:bl Ei:bS 1 4.h3 ihS [ l 6.Ei:eS? iWeS 1 7 .�h7? mh7 l S . 4:l gS mgS
1 5.!e2 geS 1 6 .ie3 4:l f6 1 7 .e4 4:l e4 I S .iWb3 1 9 .iWg4 iWe l ] iWe7 1 7 .iWd3 g6 I S .h3 �fS
c5= Popovic-H.Olafsson, Dortmund 1988. 1 9 .iWd l Ei:e l 20. 4:l e l �e2 2 1 . t2J e2 (Short­
12.!e2 t2Jd7 1 3 .Ei:b l [ I 3 .ge l iWe7 1 4.h3 ihS Makarychev, Rotterdam 1 988 -461 (394))
1 5.gbl gaeS 1 6.ie3 b6= Ecabert-Wag­ 4:l dS ! + Makarychev;
man, Mendricio 1 988 ] iWe7 1 4.h3 ifS C22) 1 4.ie4oo ;
1 5 .!d3 �d3 1 6 .iWd3 Ei: fe S = [ 1 6 . . . b S = C23) 1 4. a4
Forintos, Haag] 1 7 .e4 Ei:adS I S .igS �e7 C231) 1 4 . . . ba I S .ie4? ! t2J f6 ! 1 6 .�gS
1 9 .!e3 b6= Beliavsky - C h ristiansen, [ l 6.�c6 �h2] h6 1 7 .�f6 iWf6 I S.h3 �hS
Szirak izt 1987. 1 9 .�c6 Ei:aeS 20.dS a3+ Lukov-Radev,

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Primorsko 1 987; 374 1 5.1&e4
C232) 14 . . . a6 I S .ie4 A) I S . . . lWe7 ? ! 1 6.ih7 <±>h8 1 7 .1&d3 fS± de
C2321 ) I S . . . lWe7 ? ! 1 6 .ih7 [ l 6.h3 ihS Firmian-Shirazi, USA (ch) 1 986 ;
1 7 .ih7 ] ; B) I S . . . E1e8 1 6 .lWd3 1&g6 1 7 .1&g6 hg 1 8 .c4
C2322) I S . . .l'k8 1 6.ab ab 1 7 .h3 ihS 1 8 .lWd3 a6 1 9 . E1 d l [ l 9 .a4? ctJ eS !] 1Wa5= Dvoiris­
ig6 1 9 .ig6 hg 20. ctJ gS ie7 2 1.h4 ctJ b6= Kochiev, Volgo grad 1985.
Fedorov-Nikolenko, Moscow 1986;
C24) 1 4.h3 ihS -52 . 375 18.1&g6 hg= 1 9 .1&gS [ 1 9 .e4? ctJeSt;
1 9 . ab ab= Khalifman]
371 13 .E1 e l ctJ d7 lWaS
A) 1 4.g4? ! ig6 I S .ctJ eS ? ! ieS ! 1 6. de ctJ eS A) 20.E1al ctJ b6 2 1 .ab IWbS= (Khalifman)
1 7 .lWd8 ctJ f3 1 8 .<±>fl E1fd8 1 9 .E1e3 bS 20.ie2 L122.lWe2 ctJ e4 23 .E1fb l lWdS L1 ctJ a3 Forintos,
ctJ d2+ Stefansson-Wolff, Baguio jwc 1987; Haag;
B) 1 4.E1b l bS I s .id3 ctJ b6 [ I S . . . a6 1 6.ie4] B) 20.e4 be 2 1 .IWe4 ctJ b6= Ljubojevic­
1 6 . ie4 ig6 1 7 . E1 b2 ie4 1 8 . E1 e4 ctJ dS Khalifman, Reykjavik 1991 -52/303.
1 9 .1Wd3 E1e8 20. E1e8 lWe8 2 1 . E1 e2 IWd7=
Byrne-Vladimirov, Murcia aktiv 1990; 376 13 .ctJ e5 1&eS 1 4.de IWd3 l s .id3 E'1d8
C) 1 4 .ifl 1 6.1&e4 ctJ d7 1 7 . f4 bS 1 8 .1&b3 ctJ eS= Flit­
Cl) 14 . . . E1e8 I S .E1e8 IWe8 1 6.ie3 bS 1 7 . a4 Blatny, Brno 1 990.
a6 [ l 7 . . . b4 ! ? Anand] 1 8 . ab ab [ 1 8 . . . eb ! ? 13.a4 ctJ d7 1 4 . aS = Gambua- Ramirez,
Anand] 1 9 . E1a8 lWa8 20.dS cd 2 1 .g4 ig6 Bogota 1 99 1 .
22.ibSU= Ehlvest-Anand, Linares 1 99 1 ; 13 .E1 e l
C 2 ) 1 4 . . . lWe7 I S .e4 E1fe8 1 6.E1e8 E1e8 1 7 .ib2 A) 1 3 . . . 1&g6
eS 1 8 .de ctJ eS 1 9 .1WdS if3 2o.lWf3 ieS = A l ) l 4.lWe2 ctJ d7 I S .1&gS lWaS 1 6.lWd2 CLl b6
Kuczynski-Barua, Manila (01) 1 992. [ 1 6 . . . lW e 7 ] 1 7 .ib3 ctJ dS 1 8 .1&dS �d5
1 9 .ie7± Armas-Ye Rongguang, Thessa­
372 13 ... ctJ d7 1 4. E1b7 ctJ b6 I S .ia6 IWf6 loniki (01) 1988;
1 6.e4if3 1 7 .1Wf3 lWd4 1 8 .lWe6 E1ae8 1 9.lWbS A2) 1 4.lWdl ctJ d7 I S .1&g5 lWe7 [ I S . .�a5 .

ctJ e4 20 . E1 f7 ! E1f7 2 1 .ic8 lWe4 [2 1 . . .E1e7 1 6.lWd2 -All] 1 6.lWb3 bS 1 7 .1&e2 h6 I 8 .1&h4
22.ia6 ctJ d2± Boye-Christensen, corr ie4= Tatai-Ye Rongguang, Manila (01)
1 985] 2 2 . i a6 ctJ eS 2 3 . E1 d 1± Sokolov­ 1992;
Rozentalis, Sochi 1 982. B) 1 3 . . . ctJ d7 1 4 .1&gS ig6 l s .lWd2 �c7
13 .. lWc7 1 4.id3 [L�ih7] ig6 I S .ig6 hg
. 1 6 .1&b3 E1ae8 1 7 .E1e8 E1e8 1 8 . E1eI �b 8 =
1 6 . ctJ gS ctJ d7 1 7 . f4 ctJ f6 1 8 . lWel E1 a e 8 Kapengut-Kochiev, USSR 1978.
1 9.1Wh4 e S � Karasev-Frog, Podolsk 1990. 13.ctJ g5 1&g6 1 4 .lWh3
A) 14 . . . lWd7 ? ! I s .lWh4 h6 1 6.ctJh3 bS 1 7 .�b3
373 14.1&e2 as 1 8 . a4 b4 I 9 .eb 1&b4 20. ctJ f4± Schlosser­
A) 14 ... lWaS ? ! I s .lWb3 ctJ d7 1 6 .1&d2 lWe7 Kaspret, Bad Schallerbach 1989;
1 7 .e4 E1fe8 1 8 .E1fe l be 1 9.1We4 ctJ b6 20.lWa6± B) 14 . . . h6 I s . ctJ f3 lWf6= Forintos, Haag.
Suetin-Giertz, Biel 1 995;
B) 14 . . . a6 l S .e4 be 1 6 .1&e3 ctJ d7 1 7 . ctJ d2 377 13 . . . ig6 1 4 .lWg6 hg I S .id8 E'1d8
1&g6= Kupreichik-Khalifman, Minsk 1985. I 6 . ctJ gS± Forintos, Haag.

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1 3 ...Wc7 1 4J'\ae l 382 15 ... b5 1 6 .ibb3 h6 1 7 . ctJ f3 [ 1 7 .g4 ! ?]
A) 1 4 . . �f3 I S . %:Vt3 �h2 1 6 . m hl �d6
. ibf3 I S .!'1f3 a6 1 9 .ibe3 ctJ dS 2o.ibd2 %:Vf6
1 7 .l'1e4±i@ bS [ 1 7 ... h6?? I S .�h6 gh 1 9 .!'1g4 2 1 .!'1afl !'1feS 22.g4t Kamsky-Barna, 1990.
mh7 20.Wf6+- ] I S .�d3 ctJ d7 1 9 . !'1h4 g6
20.Wh3+- Gelfand, Kapengut; 383 16 ... b5 1 7 .ibb3 %:V d7 [i1 1 S.g4 ibg4°o
B) 14 . �g6 I S .%:Ve2 ;
. . Van der Tak] I S . ctJ eS ± .
e) 1 4 . . ctJ d7 I S .ibe7
.

e l ) 15 . . . !'1feS 1 6. ctJ gS ibg6 1 7 .ibf7 ! +- ; 384 1 7 .%:Vf3 %:Ve7 I s . ibd3 !'1 fe S [ I S . . .


e2) 1 5 . . . �g6 1 6 . %:V e2 ib e 7 [ 1 6 . . . !'1 fe S ? !'1aeS ! ?] 1 9 .!'1b l ctJ dS ? ! [ 1 9 . . . !'1 adS] 2o.ibd2
1 7 .�d6+- %:Vd6 I S .%:Ve8 !'1eS 1 9 .!'1e8 ctJ fS as 2 1 . fS t Plaskett- Finegold, Hastings
20.iiJ e5+- Barna] 1 7 .%:Ve7 %:VdS± [ 1 7 . . . bS 1988/89.
I S .iiJ e5 be 1 9 . ctJ d7 meS 20.f4±] ;
e3) 15 . . . �e7 1 6 . !'1 e7 %:Vd6 [ 1 6 . . . !'1 ae S ? 385 18.ibe3 [i1!'1af l ,g4-gS ] ibc7 ! 1 9 .!'1afl
1 7 . iiJ g5 �g6 I S .�f7+- Barna] 1 7 . !'1 fe l %:Vd6 2o.ibf2 !'1e4 2 1 .ibh4 !'1aeS 22.ibf6 %:Vf6
bS 1 8 .�b3 �g6 [ I S . . . ctJ eS ? 1 9 .%:V5 ctJ b3 2 3 . m h l !'1e l = Kamsky-Bareev, Linares
20 .Wh5 ± Barna] 1 9 . %:Ve2 as 20 . e 4 ! ± 1993 -57/303.
Chandler-Barna, Thessaloniki (01) 1988 -
46/395. 386 16 . . . ibg4 1 7 . ctJ f7 [ 1 7 . hg hg I S . fg
ctJ dSoo] !'1f7 I S .ibf7 cj;>f7 1 9 .hg ctJ g4 20.%:VfS±
378 18.hg ctJ f6 1 9 .!'1e8 !'1eS 20. ctJ eS ctJ dS Nunn.
2 1 .l'1c\ �f5 22.ibb3 ibe6= Boll-Schaefer, 1 6 .. b5 1 7 .ibb3 cS ! ? I s .ibdS ! ? ibg6 1 9 .%:Vg6
.

corr 1988. hg
A) 20.%:VgS± Short;
379 13.�b3?! ctJ eS 1 4 .%:Vdl ctJ b3 I S . ab B) 2o.ibf7 ! !'1f7 2 l .fg± -27 1 /9.ctJ c3/B2322.
Wff6= Mainka-Finegold, Dortmund 1990.
13.�g5 WaS [ 1 3 . . . %:Ve7=] 1 4.ibh4 387 17 . ctJ g4 l S .hg
. .

A) 1 4 . . . �fS [ 1 4 . . . %:VfS=] I S .%:Vd2 ctJ b6 A) I S . . . ibg4?


1 6 .�b3 h6 1 7 .ibg3 !'1 adS= Dvoiris­ A I ) 1 9 .%:Ve4 %:Vd7 20.g6 ibe6 2 1 .ibe6 fe
Donchenko, Smolensk 1 99 1 . All) 22.%:Vh4±
B ) 1 4 . . ctJ b6 I s .ibb3 ibfS 1 6 .%:Vd2 ctJ dS =
. A 1 2) 22.ibgS %:VeS 23 .!'1fS ibfS (Capablanca­
Getz-Miller, Philadelphia 1992. Northrop, New York 1 909) 24.mg2 [i1!'1h l ­
13.l'1e l We7 1 4.h3 ibhS I S .ctJ h4 mhS 1 6.ibgS hS ,%:Vh4] %:Vd7 2S .%:Vh4 %:VdS 26.mg l +- ;
( Rotlevi-Davidson, Koeln 1 9 1 1) ctJ b 6 A2) 1 9.96 ! ibe6 20.!'1f7 ! 1 - 0 Ghizdavu­
1 7 .�b3 e5= Forintos, Haag. Stanciu, Romania 1972;
B) I S . . . %:Vd7
380 13 ...g6 1 4.h3 [ 1 4. ctJ e4± Nunn] ibfS Bl) 1 9 .%:VfS ibg4 20.%:Vd7 ibd7 2 1.!'1f7 !'1f7
I S .Wf3± Short. 22.g6 ibeS= -17 ... b5/B2;
B2) 1 9 . 9h %:Vg4 [ 1 9 . . . bS] 20.mf2 !'1aeS
381 14 ... �d7 l S .!'1e J ± %:VaS 1 6.g4 !'1aeS B21) 2 1 .!'1h l bS 22 .%:Vf3 ! %:Vf3 23.mf3 be
1 7 .l'1e8 �e8 I s . ibd2 b S 1 9 . ib b 3 c S ± 24.ibf4 ibf4 2S . m f4 cS= Forintos, Haag
Goerans-Valeer, corr 1990. B22) 2 1 . !'1 g 1 %:Vh4 22.cj;>g2 bS 23 .ibb3 -
17 ... b5

1 29
17 ... b5 1 8 .�b3 [ l 8 .gf? bc 1 9 .'&d2 �g6 20.fg 30.�d l [30.�d2 '&f2 3 1 .m d 1 Ei:d3-+] �d3
mg7 2 1 .'&h6 �g8 22.�gS �e7-+ Nunn] 3 1 . m e l [3 1 .�d2 �e3-+ Psakhis] Ei:g2 ! 1
CiJ g4= 1 9 .hg 3 2 .'&g2 Ei:e8+- Mikhalchishin;
A) 1 9 . . . �g4 B2422) 2S .�d2 ! Ei:g4 26.'&g4 '&g4 27 .�h2
AI) 20.'&e4 '&d7 2 1 . :1"W Ei:f7 22.g6 '&fS '&h4 [27 . . . '&hS 2 8 . m g3+-] 2 8 . m g2 �e4
23 .�f7 mf8 24.'&fS �fS 2S .�gS± Salov; [28 . . . Ei:e8 29.�dl ��d3 ] 2 9 . m f2 �fS
A2) 20.g6 �e6 [20 . . . '&h4 2 1 .�f4± Nunn] [ 2 9 . . . Ei: e 8 3 0 . Ei: g 2 ! + - ] 3 0 . � e2 E:1e8
2 1 .Ei:f7 ! '&e8 [2 1 . . .�b3 22.'&h3 Ei:f7 23 .'&h7 3 1 .�d l +- (Short) '&f2 3 2 . m c2 E:1e2
mf8 24.'&h8 me7 2S .�gS m d7 26.�d8 Ei:d8 3 3 .Ei:gd 1 '&fS 34.mc l +- ;
2 7 . '& h S + - ] 2 2 . '& h3 ! Ei: f7 [ 2 2 . . . � h 3 B25) 2 3 . . . '&h2 ! 24 . � fl �f4 2S .�f3
23 .Ei:fS ! + - ] 23 .'&h7 �f8 24.�gS Ei:f6 2S .�f6 [2S .�d 1 ? Ei:e l +- ; 2S .�f4 '&f4 26.mg2 Ei:e3+
gf 26.g7+- Nunn ; 011] Ei:e 1 26.me 1 '&g l 27 .me2 �c l 28.Ei:c ] I
B) 1 9 . . . '&d7 ! [28.g6? Ei:e8+- ; 28.md3 '&gS+ 011] �c l
Bl) 20.'&fS �g4 2 1 .'&d7 �d7 22.Ei:t7 Ei:f7 29.g6 Ei:e8 30.md3 '&b 1 = [30 . . . Ei:e7 3 1 .gf
23 .g6 �e8 (Nunn-Salov, Brussels 1988 - �f8 32.'&h 3 '&b 1 3 3 .�c2 '&a2 34.'&c 8= 01l]
45/353) 24.�gS ! as 2 S . Ei: fl Ei: aa7 26.Ei:f3 ! 3 1 . � d2 '&e 1 3 2 . � d3 '&b l 3 3 . m d2 \12-\12
(Salov) a4 27 . �e6 Ei: a c 7 2 8 . � d8 ! Ei: b 7 A.Sokolov-OIl, USSR ch 1989 -48/416
29 .�gS c S 30.dc �cS 3 1 . m h2 mf8 32. gf
�f7 3 3 . Ei:fS �d6 34.m g2= Nunn; 388 11 .�e2 ? !
B2) 20.gh '& g4 2 1 . mf2 Ei: ae 8 2 2 . Ei: g 1 A ) 1 1 . . .Ei:e8 1 2 .Ei:e 1 CiJ d7 1 3 .cS �c7 1 4.igS
[22.Ei:h 1 ?? �g3+-] '&h4 2 3 . m g2 f6 l S .�h4 CiJ f8 = Puc-Bajec, Sarajevo 1951;
B21) 23 . . . cS ? 24.Ei:h 1 ( 1 -0 Short-Huebner, B) l l . . . dc 1 2.�c4 CiJ d7 1 3 .'&d3 �hS 1 4.tiJg5
Tilburg 1 988 -46/394) '&g4 2S . � f l c4 CiJ f6 [ 1 4 . . . �g6] l S . f4 h6 1 6 . CiJ t3 CiJ d5°o
26.�d1 Ei:e 1 27 . � el '&g2 2 8 . '&e2 '&h l Peters-Kochiev, Hastings 1978/79.
29.md2+- Short; 1 l .Ei:el CiJ d7 1 2 .cS
B22) 23 . . . '&hS ? 24 . m fl '& h 2 2 S . �d2± A) 1 2 . . . �c7 1 3 .�gS
Van der Tak; AI) 1 3 . . . '&gS 1 4 . CiJ g5 �d l l S .�h7 �h8
B23) 2 3 . . . Ei:e7 24.�c2 g6 2S .�d2 Ei: fe 8 1 6.Ei:ad l ± ��d8 1 7 .�fS CiJcs 1 8 . CiJ f7;
26.�d 1 °o Van der Tak; A2) 1 3 . . . f6 1 4.�h4 Ei:f7 [ 1 4 . . . Ei:e8 ! ?] l S .�c2
B24) 23 . . . Ei:e4 [ l S .'&b l CiJ f8] gS [ l S . . . CiJ f8 1 6. CiJ eS ] 1 6.ig3
B241) 24.�d2? Ei:fe8 2S .�d 1 '&h2 26.�fl CiJ f8 1 7 . CiJ d2± Ziatdinov-Zagrebelny,
�f4 27 .�f3 [27.Ei:g2 '&h 1 28.Ei:g 1 Ei:e 1 29.�e 1 USSR 1 985 -41/(363);
Ei: : e 1 3 0 . m e 1 '&g l 3 1 .'&fl �d2+-] Ei:e3 A3) 13 ... CiJ f6 1 4.'&d2 �f3 l S .gf h6 [ l S . . . �h8
28 .�e3 �e3 29.Ei:g2 '&h 1 30.�e2 �gS+­ 1 6 . � h l ±/@ Ziatdinov] 1 6 . � h6 CiJ h5°o
Nunn; Forintos, Haag;
B242) 24.'&f3 ! �h2 B) 1 2 . . . �e7 1 3 .'&c2 ! ? �f3 [ 1 3 . . . CiJ f6 ! ? i1b6
B2421) 2S .Ei:h 1 ? Ei:g4 26. mn Ei:g3 27 .'&c6 Pachman] 1 4.gf [ l 4.�h7 ? �h8 l S . gf g6+]
[27 .'&fS ! ? '&hS 2 8 . m f2 '&h4--+ 2 9 . � f l =] CiJ f6 � b6°o Zagrebelny.
'&h3 28.mf2 [28.�e1 Ei:g2-+ ��g3] '&fS 1l .h3 �hS
29.me 1 [29 .�e2 '&d3 30.�e 1 Ei:h3 3 1 .�d2 A) 1 2.g4 ? ! �g6 1 3 .�gS �e7 1 4.�e7 �e7
�g3 3 2 . m dl �f4-+ Psakhis] (Psakhis­ l S .Ei:e l '&d8 1 6.Ei:e3 �d3 1 7 .'&d3 dc 1 8 .�c4
Mikhalchishin, Klaipeda 1 988) �g 1 ! CiJ d7 = R.Schneider-Roux, Havana 1966;

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B) 1 2.c5
Bl) 1 2 . . . !c7
B11) 1 3 .!g5 W1g5 1 4 . ctJ g5 !d l 1 5 .Ei:fd l h6
1 6. ilJ f3 LtJ d7 (Zollbrecht-Roeder, Bayern
ch 1984) 1 7 . c4 ! ? dc 1 8 .!e4 Ei:ad8=;
B12) I Hle l LtJ d7 1 4 .!g5 f6 1 5 .!h4 Ei:e8
1 6 .g4 [ 1 6.W1b l ] !g6 1 7 .!g6 hg 1 8 .W1b l
El e l = 1J2_1/2 Schoenenberg-Michaelsen,
B un d esliga 1991;
B2) 12 ... !e7 ! ? -3 891B ;
C ) 1 2.Ele l de -37 1 ;
D) 1 2.Elb l de 1 3 .!e4 -52 .
n.a4 dc 1 2.!e4 -370112.a4.
Il.Elbl dc 370/12.Ei:bl .
-

n.cd -9.cd.

389 11...!e7 ! ? 1 2 .h3


A) 1 2 ... !f3 1 3 .W1f3 LtJ d7 i1b6= Galakhov;
B) 1 2 ... !h5 ! ? i1 1 3 .!h7 ? � h7 1 4 . ctJ g5 !g5
l S .WhS !h6 1 6 .g4 f6+ Galakhov.

390 1 2 ...W!'c8?! 1 3 .Ei:e 1 h6 1 4 .!e7 Ei:e8


l S .Wc2 ! (Ziatdinov-Galakhov, USSR 1986
-41/(363) ) !f3 1 6 .!f5 !e4 1 7 .!e8 !e2
1 8 .ib7± Ziatdinov.

391 15 ... b6 1 6 .e4


A) 16 ... dc? ! 1 7 .!e4 LtJ d7 1 8 .d5± Ziatdinov;
B) 1 6 . . . bc 1 7 .ed cd 1 8 . de LtJ d7 (Galakhov)
1 9.Elac U.

392 16... LtJ f6.

1 31
It�
9.cd cd lO.ttJ c3 ttJ c3 ll.bc ig4
a b c d e f h
9

8
7

6 6
5 5
4 4
3 3

a b c d e f h
9

1.e4 e5 2.ttJ f3 ttJf6 3 . ttJe5 d6 4.ttJ f3 ttJ e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 id6 7 . 0-0 0-0 8.c4 c6
9.cd5 cd5 1O.ttJ c3 ttJc3 393 1 1.bc3 ig4394

12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20
39 5 396 39 R
57 E1:b 1 E1:b S C4 4 00 02
�e 4 E1:gS � f3 E1:g 3 4 �g4 � a8
97 399
b6 �C i dC 40 1 03
ct:J c6 � f3 �d6 ct:J d 4 g6 4 0
fS 4 4 00
06 OS
58 h3 E1:dS 4 hg ct:J g S 4 ct:J e 4 gS E1:e 1
0
a6 4 5 ct:J c6 4
07 4 09
�dS h6 E1:ad8 E1:fe8 ct:J d4 4 1 0
=

S9 11
hg �C 2 4 �h 6 �bS �gS 4
13
� d2 4 ±
15
l2 1
ab g6 E1: e 8 ct:J d t f6 4 4
60 16
C4 4 cd
0 0 .

17 m
E1:e 4 E1:g 4 4 �f4 00
61 20 21
� bS �h6 4 �e 2 4 ct:J e S
19
�C 8 4 E1:d8 � d6 E1:a t
22 00
23
62 h3 4 E1:b7 �d 2 4 5
2
�g 6 4
27
�b 3 4
28
E1:b 6 �dS �b 3
0 0 '

2 6
ct:Jd7 � hS 4 4 ct:J b6 �g 6 4
2
hg �c8 ab m
E1:d8 �a6
=

31
63 a4 E1:b S 4 �gS � f6 4
33
E1:dS � f3 gf
31J
b6 4 ct:J f6 E1:c 8 4
32 3
�f6 � f3 � f3 E1:c 3 4 4
3 37
64 E1:b S C4 4 5 E1:dS 4 ct:J h 2 �c 4 �hS
ct:J b6 ct:J C 4 436 43
�h 2 �dS �hS E1: fd8 8 00
6S 39 1
� f3 �C 2 4 a4 44 � gS �h t44 00
O 2
� f3 dc E1:b 8 44 a6 44 �c t 4
3
66
a4 445 E1:h S �h 6
0 0 .

6
�c7 a6 44 g6 E1:fe 8 44 7
=

1 32
��
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
67 a 4 448 i. g 5
4 5O
iWh5
44 45 2
iWd 7 :§: ab 8 9 :§: fe 8 I g645 00
68 ... 453
i.h6
g6 4 54 00
:§: fe 8

1 33
393 10 ...�f5 ? ! 1 1 .�b3 ctJ e 6 1 2 .�dS ctJ e7 A l l) I S . . . ctJ d7 1 6.a4 � f6 ? ! 1 7 . g4 �g6
1 3 .�b3 ctJe3 1 4.�e 3 ctJ dS I S .�b3± Somlai­ 1 8 .�gS �e6 1 9 .Ei:e l �e4 20.�e4 de 2 1 .ctJ d2t
Forgasz, Hungary teh 199 1 . Abel-Soto, Spain 1992;
10 .. J::1 e 8 1 1 .�e4 d e 1 2 . ctJ gS �fS 1 3 .Ei:e l A12) I S . . . ctJ e6 1 6 .�e3 �e7 1 7 . E'l e l ctJ aS
A) 1 3 . . . e 3 ? 1 4.Ei:e3± Kaiumov-Barabas, 1 8 . g4 �g6 1 9 .�g6 hg 20. ctJ e S = Kaminski­
Kobanya 1992; Meyers, Dresden 1992;
B) 1 3 . . . h6 1 4 . ctJ ge4 �e4 l S . ctJ e4 � h 2 A2) I S .E'lb3 ctJ e6 I 6.Ei:e 1 bS 1 7 .�f5 E'le8
1 6 .lt>h2 �h4 1 7 .lt>g l Ei:e4t. 1 8 . Ei: e8 � e 8 1 9 . �e3 ctJ aS 2 0 . �h7 It>h8
2 1 .�e2 ctJ b3 22 .�b3� Ei:e8 23 .�d2 �e4+
394 1l ... ctJ e6 L.Christiansen-Akopian, Tilburg 1993;
A) 1 2 .Ei:b l ; B) 1 4.E'le 1 ctJ e6
B) 1 2 .Ei:e l �g4 1 3 . h3 �hS 1 4 .Ei:b l b6 -396/ B1) I S . It> f1 It> h 8 1 6 . E'l bS 1/2-1/2 Wolff­
B; Akopian, Los Angeles 1991 ;
C) 1 2 . ctJ gS g6 B2) I S .�a4
C 1 ) 1 3 .�f3 Ivanehuk; B21) I S . . . E'l e 8 ? ! 1 6 . ctJ eS ! E'l e 8 1 7 .�bS±
C2) 1 3 .f4t Yusupov. ll ... �e7 1 2 .�d2 ctJ d7 Mainka-Michaelsen, BRD eh 1 989;
1 3 . Ei: e l ctJ b6 1 4 . � e 2 h6 I S . ctJ e S t ctJ e4 B22) I S . . . �f3 1 6 .�c6 Ei:e8 1 7 .�bS �e4
1 6.�f4 �e6 1 7 .�g3 Ei:ae8 1 8 . ctJ e 4 �g3 1 9.hg 1 8 .�e4 de 1 9 .Ei:e4 E'le3 20.�gSt Berndt­
de 20.�h7 It>h8 2 1 .Ei:eS t/± -394 Frolov­ Fyllingen, European jeh 1992;
Lauk, Jyvaskyla 1994. B3) I S . . . � e 7 = Zude-Michaelsen, Bundes­
liga 1989;
395 12.�b1 C) 1 4 .e4 ctJ e6 I S .�e3 de= Zagrebelny-Zak,
A) 1 2 . . . �hS ? ! 1 3 .�e2 �g6 1 4 .�b3 b6 Caissa KFT 1993.
I S .�g6 hg 1 6.lt>h I �e7 1 7 .�a3 Ei:e8 1 8 .Ei:ae I
Ei:e l 1 9 . Ei: e l a6 ( l 9 . . . ctJ e 6 20.�bS ctJ aS 397 13 ... ctJ e6? 1 4 .E'ldS �h2 I S . ctJ h2 �d l
2 1 .�e7+- Tseshkovsky) 20.ctJeS Ei:a7 2 1 .f4± 1 6 .Ei:d8 Elfd8 1 7 .E'ld I ± Short.
Tseshkovsky-Vladimirov, USSR 1987 -44/
374 ; 398 1 4.Ei:el ! ? a6 I S . E'l b l ctJ d7 1 6 .�a3
B) 1 2 . . . ctJ e6°o Tseshkovsky. [ 1 6.�gS ctJ f6 ! =] Ei:e8 1 7 .�h7 It>h7 1 8 .E'le8
12.h3 �hS �e8 1 9. ctJ g S lt>g6 ! 20.�g4 ctJ f6 2 1 .�h4 We2
A) 1 3 .�b3 �f3 1 4 .�b7 ctJ d7 I S .gf ctJ b6 22.E'lfl
1 6.Ei:b l �f6 1 7 .'it>g2 Ei:ae8 A) 22 . . . �h2 ? ! 23 .�h2 It>gS 24.�e7 ! ! We7
[ 1 7 . . . Ei:fe 8 1 8 . Ei: b3 !1 Ei: e 7 ? 1 9 .�a8 ctJ a 8 2S .f4 \t> fS 2 6 . � h3 \t> g 6 2 7 . � h4 ! W e 3
20.Ei:b8+- Van der Tak] 1 8 .�a7 [ 1 8 . Ei:b3 2 8 . \t>h l ! ctJ hS 29.�g5 \t> h 7 3 0 . � h5 \t>g8
E'le7�] E'le3 1 9 .E'lb6 Ei:d3 20.�e 3 � g6 2 1 .lt>h I 3 1 .�dS± Ivanehuk;
We6 22.lt>g2 �g6= Capablanea-Marshall, B) 22 . . . E'le8 ! oo Ivanehuk.
New York m(20) 1909;
B) 1 3 .E'lb l b6 -396. 399 14 . . . �d6? ! I S . Ei: e l ! [ I S . g 3 ? Wf6
Short]
396 13.h3 �hS A) I S . . . de 1 6 .�e4 ctJ e6 1 7 . E'ldS �b4 1 8 .a3 '
A) 1 4.E'lbS a6 �b3 1 9 .�h7 \t>h7 20. ctJ g S \t>g8 2 1 .�g4±/�
AI) I S .E'lb l Short;

1 34
B) 1 5 . . . �f3 1 6 .�f3 �h2 1 7 . � fl � c 6 1 7 .g3 � d7 l S .�f4± Dvoiris-Rozentalis,
1 8 .�d5± �aeS (Short-Salov, Amsterdam Barnaul 1984.
1989 -47/388) 1 9 . � e8 �h l [ 1 9 . . . � e S
20.�h5 ! ] 20.me2 �eS 2 1 .�e3 �a l [2 1 . . . �e7 406 15.�b3 �h5= Rozentalis.
22.�d7 ! ! ] 22.�f5 ! � d4 23.�d4 �d4 24.�h7 1 5 . � bl � h 5 1 6 . � e l � c 6 1 7 . � g5 � d 6
z;f;>f8 25 .�hS me7 26.�eS+� Short. l S .�h4 b5= Ye Jiangchuan-Meyers, Bern
1995.
400 16.�a3 ? ! �f6+ Timman.
16.�c6 �d6 17.�a8 �f3 18.�f4 �f4 19.g3 407 16 ... �e8 1 7 .�c2 ctJ d7 l S .�d3 g6
idl 20.gf �f4� Hertneck. 1 9 . � g5 �d6 20.�h3 � f6 2 1 .�b3 �e7
22.f4-+ mg7 23.�f3± De Firmian-Ippolito,
40 1 17 ... � d4 New York 1994.
A) 1 8 .�h7 mh7 1 9 .�h5 m g S 2 0 . � g 7 =
Timman; 408 1 7.�c2 g6 I S .�e4 �d7 1 9 . 9 3 =
B) 1 8 .�g4 ! f5 [ l S . . . � e6 1 9 .�d 1 ! ± ] 1 9 .�g7 Dolmatov, Yusupov.
z;f;>h8 20.�f5 ! �f5 2 1 .�c7 �c7 22 .�d4 �g7 17.c4! ? �d6 1 S .g3 ! ?� Dolmatov, Yusupov.
2 3 .Wc4�/-+ 011;
409 18 ... Ei:fe8 1 9 .�f3 �adS 20.�b l �e6
402 18.g3 � d4 1 9 .�e3 Ei:aeS 20.�a3 2 1 .g5± Antonio-Lima, Novi Sad (01) 1990.
�e2 ! 2 1 . m g2 � d4+ Timman.
1 8J::l hS g6 1 9 . � a3 � : d4 2 0 . �h3 � e 2 41 0 21 .cd �d4 2 2 . � c 2 [ 2 2 . � f6 ? gf
2 1 .z;f;> h 1 �d4+ Timman. 2 3 . �e8 �eS 24.�h7 mh7 25 .�d4 �e l A
Rozentalisl �d3 23 .�c7 �cS 24 .�b7 �c l
403 19 ... �e5 20.�f4 � e2 2 1 .�e2 �f4 25 .�c 1 �e4 26.�b6= Dvoiris-Rozentalis,
2 2.ia8 �aS+ Timman. Lvov 1990 -49/364.

404 20 ... �a8? ! 2 1 . � d l �dS 22. m f l 41 1 16.�h7? mh7 1 7 . � g5


( Short- Timman, Hilversum (ml4) 1989 - A) 1 7 . . . mg6? l S .�d3 f5 1 9 .Ei:ae l +� Wolff­
48/417) h5 23 .�e4 b5°o Timman. Miller, USA 1992;
20 fS
... B) 1 7 . . . mgS 1 8 .�d3 �eS ! [ l S . . . g6? 1 9 .�h3
A ) 2 1 .�a3 ? �e5 22.�d 1 � e2+� Timman; mg7 20.�h7 mf6 2 1 .�e I ±!-+ Chandler]
B) 2 1 .�d l ? ! �a8 22.�e l b5 23 .�b2 Ei:dS�+ 1 9 .�h7 m fS 20.�hS me7 2 1 .�g7 md7
Timman; 22 . � f7 �e7 23 .�g5 �f8+ AI Modiakhi­
e) 2 1 .�h4! �aS l2 1 . . . � e2? 22 . m h l � g 3 Handoko, Doha 1992.
2 3 . h g � a S 24.�c4 m g 7 25 .�f4+� 1 22.�h3
h5 41 2 18 ... �e6 ? ! 1 9 .c4± Gelfand, Kapen­
el) 2 3 . �a3 ? � e 2 24 . m h l �c6+ 011- gut.
Akopian, Manila (01) 1992 -5 5/30 1 ;
e2) 2 3 . m h l ! ? Akopian; 41 3 1 9.�c6 � a5 20.�b3 �e2 2 1 .�d5
e3) 23 .�b2 �dS 24.�e l �d7 !oo 011. � e 5 ! oo Ivanchuk . 19.c4 Ei:cSoo [ 1 9 . . . Ei:e7 ?
20.�c6 ! ] Ivanchuk. 19.�b3 Ei:e6
405 14 ... �e6?! 1 5 . � g 5 h6 1 6 .�h..'i �d6 A) 2 0 . � d5 � f6 2 1 . �dS Ei: d S 22.�g5°o

1 35
Lukin-Ionov, Russia 1992 -54/(281); 19 ... �c8
B) 20.c4 ! ? ctJ f6 2 1 .cd A) 20.E!c 1 �f4 2 1 .�f4 E!f4 22.cd± Altuni·
B l ) 2 l . . . E!e7oo (Ivanchuk) 22 .�g5 mg700; an;
B2) 2 l . . . ctJ d5 ! ? B) 20.g3 �d6 [20 . . . �g4? 2 l .cd ! �g3 22.fg
C ) 20. ctJ g5 ! ? �g3 23 .�g2 �g2 24.mg2 ;ga2 25 .mg3+­
C l ) 20 . . . E!e7 2 1 .�d5 ctJ f6 22.�f3;!: Lukin; N adanian] 2 1 . ctJ g5
C2) 20 . . . E!d6 2 1 .E!e I E!cS ! [2 1 . . . ctJ f6 ! ? 22.f3 B l ) 2 l . . . E!g4 22 .�e2 E!d4 [22 . . . E!a3 23.8:e l
E!a7 23 .c4 �bS 24.c5 bc 25 .dc �a5 ! 00 ] E!ag3 24.fg E!g3 2 5 . m t2 �f5 26 . ctJ f3+-]
22 .�a6 E!aS= Lukin. 2 3 . E! e l ctJ d7 24. �b2+- �c5 25 . ctJ f3+­
Nadanian;
41 4 19 ... �c8 20.�b3± Ivanchuk. B2) 2 1 . . .E!e7 22.�d l ! [L1�f3] E!a3 ! 23.cd
� c 7 [ 2 3 . . . �g3 24 . fg E! g 3 25 . m t2 8:g4
41 5 20.�b3 fg 2 1 .�d5 mhS 22.�d7 E!e7= 26. ctJ f3 �c7 27.E!g l ± Nadanian] 24.8:e l !
Lukin. 20.�d2 ! ± L1 2 1 .�b3 , 2 1 .�c6 E!a5 �g3 25.E!e7 �e7 26.�c l ! --+ Nadanian-Alt·
22.c4 Ivanchuk. unian, Armenia 1992 -54/281 .

41 6 19.ctJ g5 ? ! [L1 1 9 . . . E!g4?? 20.E!e I J E!e7+ 41 8 20 . . E!a3? 2 1 .E!e l ! E!f3 22 .�c7 ! 1 -0


.

Gelfand, Kapengut. Grosar-Stojnic, Bled 1994.


19. 95 ? ! 20 ... ctJ d 7 2 1 .�c6 ctJ f6 22.ctJ e5± Nadanian.
A) 1 9 . . . �d6 ? ! 20 . ctJ e5 (Short-Gelfand, 20 ... �f4 2 1 . ctJ e5 E!h4 22 .�f4 E!f4
Brussels (mf7) 1991 -52/302) A) 23.�d2 E!f6 24 . ctJ g4 E!d6 25 .�f4 8:a7
AI) 20 . . . E! e 5 ?! 2 1 .de �e5 22.g3 �d6 26.E!e 1 E!e7 27.E!e5� Kotronias-Rozentalis,
23 .�d2 �c5 24. mg2± Gelfand, Kapengut; Debrecen 1992;
A2) 20 . . . ctJ c6 ! ? B) 23 .�c4
A21) 2 I .�c6 [2 I . f3 ? ! E!e5 22.�c6 E!e7 ! -+] Bl) 23 . . . E!a7 24.E!c I ;
E!e5 22.de �c6 2 3 . f4 E! a 3 ! + G elfand, B2) 23 . . . ct?g7
Kapengut; B21) 24.E!c l E!a3 25 .E!c2 E!e4 26.�b4 8:a5
A22) 2 l .f4 ctJ e5 [2 1 . . . ctJ e7 22 .�d3 ] 22.fe 27.a4 ctJ a600 Wahls-Rozentalis, Bundesli­
A221) 22 . . . E! e5 ? ! 2 3 . de �e5 r 2 3 . . . �c5 ga 1992;
24 .�f2+-] 24.g4± ; B22) 24. a4± Van der Tak;
A222) 22 . . . �e7 23 .�c6 [23 .�d3 ] ; B3) 23 . . . E!a3oo.
A223)22 . . . �e6 23 .E!ffi �g4 24.�t2 �d l
25 .�f1 --+ ; 41 9 17 ... �d6 ? !
B) 1 9 . . . E!a3 ! A ) I S . g5 ? ! ctJ c6 1 9 .93 f6 20.mg2 fg 2 1 . lLl g5
Bl) 20.c4? E!f3 2 1 .gf �d6-+ Gelfand, E!f5 22.�d3 E!f6 23.E!h l E!afS 24.�e3 h5�
Kapengut; Hmadi-Handoko, Moscow 01 1994;
B2) 20 . ctJ d2 �d6 2 1 .g3 E!e7+ Gelfand, B) I S .�h6 E!cS I 9 . ctJ e5 f600 Ivanchukj
Kapengut; C) I S .g3 ! [L1�f4,mg2,E!h l ]
B3) 20.g3 �cS ! + Gelfand, Kapengut. C l ) I S . . . ctJ d7 I 9 .�f4 �f6 20.�d7 �f4 2 1 .gf
�f4 22.ctJ e5± Ivanchuk;
41 7 19 ... �f4? 20.cd �h6 2 1 .�e4 E!a2 C2) l S . . . ctJ c6 1 9 .mg2 [L1E!h l ]
22.E!e I +- Nadanian . C21) I 9 . . . E!feS? 20.E!h l ! E!e4 2 1 .�d2 ! ±/-1

1 36
L.B.Hansen-Danielsen, Valby 1993 -57/ A) 1 3 . . . l"i:bS ! ? Haba;
305; B) 1 3 . . . iWc7 ! ? 1 4.h3 [ 1 4.ih7 mh8 I S .ic2
C22) 1 9 .. .fS ! ? 20.gf [20.gS ? ! f4 ! f± Xmg2] ih2oo] if3 l s .iWf3 l"i:feS± Haba ;
gf5 2 1 . CLl h4 ! l"i:f7 22.f4� L.B.Hansen; C) 1 3 . . . CLl b6 1 4.a4
C3) I S . . . iWe6 ! ? 1 9 . 9 S ct:J c 6 [ 1 9 . . . iWe4 ? Cl) 1 4 . . . iWd7 ! ? I S . aS ct:J c4 1 6 .h3 ifS
20.�e4 de 2 1 .CLl d2± ] 20.l"i:e l iWd7 2 1 .c4t [ 1 6 . . . if3 1 7 .iWf3 l"i:feS l S .l"i:e8 l"i:eS 1 9 .ic4
Ivanchuk; dc 20.ie3 ± ] 1 7 .ifS iWfS l S . l"i: b7 ct:J aSoo
C4) I S . . . l"i:a7 1 9 . 1"i: e l ct:J d7 ? [ o I 9 . . . CLl c6 Haba ;
Ivanchuk] 20.gS ! l"i: d S 2 1 . a4± [L1iWb3 , C2) 1 4 . . . l"i:e8 I S .l"i:eS iWeS 1 6 .aS CLl c4
ia3 ,1tJ h2-g4+-] Ivanchuk-Bareev, Linares C21) 1 7 .ic4 dc l S .l"i:b7 if3 1 9.9f iWc6�
1993 -57/304. Haba;
l7 ... i2l d 7 C22) 1 7 .l"i:b7
A) I S .�b3 CLl f6 1 9 .ih6 CLl g4 ! 2o.ifS mfS= C22 1 ) 1 7 . . . if3 ? I S .iWf3 CLl aS
Gelfand, Kapengut; C2211) 1 9 .1"i:bl l"i:cS ! [ 1 9 . . . l"i:dS 2o.igS±]
B) I S .g5 ! ? Ivanchuk; 20.iWdS l"i:c3 2 1 .ih7 �h7 22.id2 ib4 ! =
C) I S .ih6 l"i:eS -59. Haba;
C2212) 1 9 .1"i:bS iWe I 20.if l iWc l (Popovic­
420 18.iWb3 iWb7 1 9 .ih6 l"i:cS 20.l"i:e 1 Haba, Austria 1993) 2 1 .iWdS ! l"i:eS 22 .iWd6
id6°o Ivanchuk. iWc3 [22 . . . CLl c4 23 .iWe7 ] 23 .dS+- Haba;
l S.gel CLl d7 ! 1 9 . 1"i: e7 ct:J f6 2 0 .ih6 id6 C222) 1 7 . . . iWc6 1 8 .l"i:f7 [ 1 8 .l"i:b l l"i:e8�] ie6
2 1 .ifS mfS= Ivanchuk. 1 9 .1"i:f4 [ 1 9 . ct:J gS ! ?] if4 2o.if4± Haba;
C3) 1 4 . . . l"i:c8 ! (Popovic) I S .aS CLl c4
42 1 19.ig5 l"i:d6 C3 1 ) 1 6 .l"i:bS CLl aS 1 7 .l"i:dS l"i:c3°o Haba;
A) 20. c4 C32) 1 6.l"i:b7
AI) 20 . . . CLl c6? ! 2 l .if4 CLl aS 22.id6 id6 C32 1 ) 1 6 . . . iWaS ! ? l 7 .ih7 mh7 1 8 . CLl g S mg8
23 .ge 1 �c7 ! ± Ivanchuk; 1 9 .iWg4 iWc 3 = Haba;
A2) 20 . . . i2l d7 ! ?oo L12 1 .cd idS ! Ivanchuk; C322) 1 6 . . . CLl as 1 7 .l"i:bS l"i:c3
B) 20. i2l e5 C3221) 1 8 .l"i:dS ih2 1 9 . CLl h2 id l 20. l"i:d8
B 1 ) 20 . . .f6? 2 1 .CLl g6+- Ivanchuk; l"i:d8 2 1 .l"i:d 1 l"i:d4 22.l"i:e I l"i:d8+ Haba;
B2) 20 . . . l"i:a7 ! 2 1 .f4 idS ! oo Ivanchuk. C3222) 1 8 .ib2 l"i:c8 1 9 .1"i:dS CLl c4= Haba;
C3223) 1 8 .iWd2 l"i:b3 1 9 .ih7 mh7 20.iWc2
422 20 . f6 2 I . CLl d7 ! ! l"i:d7 22.iWe6 �hS
. . mg8 2 I . l"i:b 3 CLl b3 22.iWb3 if3 23 .iWf3 l"i:e8=
2 3 .�f6 m g S 24.iWe6 � h S 2 S . l"i: e l CLl c 6 Haba -60/297;
26.ig5+- Ye Rongguang. C4) 1 4 . . .if3 l s .iWf3 CLl a4 1 6.iWh3 g6 1 7 .l"i:b7
20 ... ga7 2 1 .iWf3 iWe6 22 .igS (± Ye iWc8 1 8 .iWc8 l"i:fc8 1 9 .1"i:d7 l"i:d8= Popovic­
Rongguang -62/(334)) Giertz, Bad Ragaz 1994.
A) 22 . . . ie7oo ; 13.a4 ! ?
B) 22 . . . E1cSoo. A ) 1 3 . . . CLl b6 1 4.aS CLl c4 I S .l"i:bS
AI) I S . . . CLl aS 1 6 . l"i:dS ih2 1 7 . CLl h2 id l
423 1 3.ic2? ! ihS 1 4 .ib3 ? ! CLl b6+ 1 8 . l"i: d8 l"i: fd8 1 9 . 1"i: d l l"i:ac8 2o.id2 CLl c4
Bade mian Valkesalmi, Dubai 01 1986.
- 2 l .ic4 l"i:c4 22. CLl fl ±;
13.gel A2) I S . . . ie7 1 6 .h3 ic8 1 7 .ic4 dc I S . CLl eS

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VIle7 1 9 .�f4 �d6 20.VIlf3±;A3) 1 5 . . . �e7 B2) 1 6 . . . mhS 1 7 .l"lb6 ab I S .�b a Akopian.
1 6.h3 �h5 ? [ 1 6 . . . �e6 1 7 . ctJ g5 -t ; 1 6 . . . VIld7 15 h6
•..

1 7 .l"le5 �h5 I S .�e4 �f3 1 9 .VIlf3 de 20.a6±] A) 1 6 .g4? ! �g6 ! 1 7 .�g6 fg+ Nadyrhanov;
1 7 .�e4 �f3 I S . VIl f3 de 1 9 . � a3 l"l e S B) 1 6 .�a6 ! ?;
2 0 . l"l b7+- Filipenko- Kiselev, Moscow C) 1 6 . l"l e l VIleS 1 7 .�a6 VIle6 [ 1 7 . . . VIlfS ?
1986; l S . ctJ h4+- Akopian] I S . ctJ eS VIlb7 1 9 .�b7
B) 1 3 . . . b6 1 4 . l"l b5 ctJ f6 1 5 .�g5 �e7 �d l 20.�aS
[ 15 . . . l"leSl C1) 20 . . . �a4 ! ? 2 1 .�e6 [2 1 .�b7 ! ? ��a6±
- 63. Nadyrhanov] 2 l . . .l"lbS 22 .�a4 ctJ a4 23.ctJ d3
ctJ b2 24.�f4 ! ctJ d 3 2S .�d6± Nadyrhanov­
424 13 �f3? 1 4 .VIlf3 ctJ b6 1 5 .g3 l"l e S
••. Raetsky, Krasnodar 1995 -64/289 ;
1 6 .h4 l"l e 7 1 7 . h5± Dvoiris-Yakovic, USSR C2) 20 . . . �eS
(ch) 1986. C21) 2 1 .l"ldl �d4 22 .�d5 ctJ d5 ! [22 . . . �f2
2 3 . mf2 ctJ d5 24.e4±] 23 .ed l"lb S = Akopian;
425 15.�a6 VIleS ! 1 6 .VIle2 [ 1 6 .�d2 VIle6 C22) 2 1 .de �a4 [2 1 . . . l"l a S 2 2 . l"l d l l"l e 8
� ctJ e41 VIl e 6 1 7 . VIl b5 VIl e 3 I S .�b2 VIle2 23 .�e I ! l"l e 5 24 .f4 l"l b 5 25 .mf2± �mf3 ,�f2
[ I S ... VIle4? 1 9 . ctJ e5± Rozentalis] 1 9 .1"le l Akopian] 22 .�b7 �b5 !
A ) 1 9 . . . VIlg6 2o.VIld 3 VIld3 2 1 .�d 3 �f3 22.gf C221) 23 .�e3 l"lbS 24.�b6 l"lb7 2S .�d4
l"lfbS 23 .l"lbS l"lbS 24.l"le6± Rozentalis; �d 7 ! = Akopian;
B) 1 9 . . . VIle4 20.l"le l VIlg6 [20 . . .VIlf4 2 1 .�e l ] C222) 23.l"lb l �e4�
B1) 2 1 .VIld3 VIld3 22 .�d3 �f3 23 .gf l"lfbS+ C222 1 ) 24.�e3 ctJ a4 ! 25 .�d4 l"lbS ! 26.�a7
Rozentalis; ctJ e 3 27.�bS [27 .l"lb2 l"leS=] ctJb I 2 S . a4 d4=
B2) 2 1 . ctJ e5 �e5 22.de �f3 -t Rozentalis; Akopian;
B3) 2 1 .VIle2 ctJ e4= A.Sokolov-Rozentalis, C2222) 24 . a3 l"lbS 2S.�e6 l"leS 26.�b5 l"le5�
Minsk 1 986 -42/382. Serper-Akopian, Tbilisi 1 989 -47/387.

426 15 ... VIle8 427 16.�a6


A) 1 6 .�a6 VIle6 1 7 . ctJ e5 VIlb7 [ 1 7 . . . �e5 A) 1 6 . . . �f5 ! ? ��e S ;
I S .VIlh5 �d6 1 9 .VIlg4± Lutovinov] I S .�b7 B ) 1 6 . . . WeS .
�d l 1 9 .�aS
AI) 1 9 . . . �e5 2 0 . l"l d l �d4 2 1 .�d5 �f2 428 17.ctJ g5? ! We S l S .Wg4 W : b7 1 9.�h4
[2 l . . . ctJ d5 22.ed l"lbS 23 .l"le l ± ] 22.mf2 ctJ d5 l"lfeS+ Forintos, Haag.
23 .e4± ; 1 7 .We2 WeS I S .Wa6 (Lutovinov) l"ld8 '
A2) 1 9 . . . �e2 ! 20.l"le 1 �e4 2 1 .�e6 [2 1 . ctJ e4? [�l"ld7] 1 9 .1"lb I l"ld7 20.l"l7b6 ab 2 1 .WeS l:k8
ctJe4 22.�d5 ctJ d2 23 .l"le2 l"lbS-+ Dolmatov] 22. l"lb6 l"laS+.
l"leS 22.a4± (Lutovinov-Borisov, eorr 1986)
22 . . . �eS 23.l"leS �b3 24 .�bS �a4 25 .�a4 429 2 1 .l"lb1 �e7 2 2 . l"l b2= Vodicka­
ctJ a4 26.l"ldS mfS 27 .l"ld7 ctJ e 3 2S .�c3 l"le3 Kalivoda, Karvina 1989.
29 .l"la7±/± Van der Tak;
B) 1 6 .�h7 ! 430 14 ... ctJ b6
B l ) 1 6 . . . mh7 1 7 . ctJ g S mg6 1 S . g4 �g4 1 9 .hg A) 1 5 . a5 [ 1 5 .l"lb5 - 1 4.l"lb5] ctJ e4
VIlb 7 20.l"le 1 ! -t � VIl e2+- Akopian; AI) 1 6 .l"lbS ? ! ctJ a5 1 7 .l"laS �f3 ! ? 1 8 .�a4

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ic7 1 9 .E1a7 '.Wd6 20.g3 E1a7 2 1 .'.Wa7 '.We6 1s.ir5 ! ?
22.ia3 ? [o22.id2 hS--+] ib6-+ Ivanov­ A) l S . . . Ct:J f6 1 6 . i gS � e 7 1 7 . '.W d3 � g 6
Kiselev, Moscow 1986 ; 1 8 . Ct:J e S �fS 1 9 .'.WfS E1 e 8 20.if6 �f6 2 1 . Ct:J d7
Al) 1 6 .ie4 de 1 7 . E1 bS ig6 1 8 . Ct:J eS a6 E1 e 8 2 2 . E1 fe l E1 e l 2 3 . E1 el E1 e 3 24.'.WdS±
1 9 .E1b7 ieS 20.de '.WaS 2 1 . e6 ! fe 22.'.Wd4 Kotronias-Arduman, Istambul 1988 46/
E1t7 23.E1t7 in 24.'.We4 eS 2S .'.Wb4 '.WdS (396);
26 . .ia3 as 27 .'.Wd6 '.Wd6 1J2-l/2 Krugliakov­ B) IS . . . �g6 1 6.'.Wd 3 '.We7°o f1E1ae8 Pavlovic.
Kiselev, Moscow 1986;
8) 1 5 .E1e l ! ? 432 1 6 ...ie7
8 1 ) 1 5 . . . E1e8 1 6 . aS Ct:J e4 1 7 .E1b7 Ct:J aS I 8 .E1a7 A) 1 7 .if6 �f6 1 8 .ie2 a6 1 9 . E1b2 E1 e 8 =
1'1c3= f1 1 9 .ih7? @h7 20. Ct:J gS '.WgS ! Dolmatov-Rozentalis, USSR ch( ll) 1985;
A.Sokolov; B) 1 7 . g4
82) 1 5 . . . E1 b 8 ! [ f1 i g6 X e4] 1 6 . aS Ct:J e4 B 1 ) 1 7 . . . �g6
1 7 . .ic4 de 1 8 .E1bS B l l ) 1 8 . Ct:J eS ! ?
821) 18 . . . ig6 1 9 . Ct:J eS± A.Sokolov; Bll1) 1 8 . . .�d3 1 9 .'.Wd3± f1'.Wf3 XdS ;
822) 18 . . .if3 1 9 .'.Wf3 b6 20.ab E1b6 2 1 .E1aS± B 1 l2) 1 8 . . . E1e8 ! ? Van der Tak ;
A.Sokolov; B 12) 1 8 .�g6 h g
823) 1 8 . . . fS ! 1 9 .'.We2 [f1'.We6 , Ct:J eS] lith8 ! B 121) 1 9 .'.Wb3 E1 e 8 20.aS ba 2 1 .E1al Ct:J e4
2o.1Wc4 22.E1d5 E1e3 23.'.Wb7 Ct:J gS ! 24. Ct:J g5 E1e7+
8231) 20 . . . ,mJ3? 2 1 .gf '.Wh4 2 2 . @ g2± Poliakov-Raetsky, corr 1988 45/(352);
A.Sokolov-Skembris, Yugoslavia 1994 - B 122) 1 9 .�f6 �f6 20.'.Wb3 E1e8 !
61/(302); B 122 1 ) 2 1 . aS ba 22. E1 a l '.We7 2 3 . E1aaS '.We3
8232) 20 . . . a6 ! 2 1 . E1 b l [ 2 1 . E1 d5 if7 - + ; 24 .'.We3 E1e3 2S . litg2 E1e7 26.E1dS E1d8 1/2_1/2
2 1 . E1 b6 � c 7 + ] � f3 22.gf '.W h4 ! ? --+ Glek-Raetsky, corr 1987 -45/(352);
[22 . . 1Wa5+] Skembris;
. B 1 222) 2 1 .E1e l ! ?
C) 1 5 . cj;>h l ! ? B 1222 1 ) 2 l . . .'.We7 ? 22.E1e3 '.We4 23 .'.We4 E1e4
C1) 1 5 . . . E1e8 ? ! 1 6. aS Ct:J e4 1 7 .E1bS 24.a5 E1fe8 2S . ab ab 26.gS+- Mikhailov­
C11) 17 . . . Ct:J aS ? 1 8 . E1d5 �f3 1 9 .'.Wf3 '.We7 Grodzensky, corr 1 99 1 ;
20.1'1d6 '.Wd6 2 1 . '.Wh 5 fS 22.'.WfS '.W g6 23 .'.WdS B12222) 2 1 . . . a6 22.E1b6 E1e3 23 .'.We3 '.Wb6
1-0 Kozlov-Gorelov, Moscow 1986; 24.gS �d8 2S .E1eS '.Wb7 26.@ g2± Jezek;
C12) 17 . . . �b8 1 8 .�e4 if3 1 9 .'.Wf3 '.We7 B12223) 2 1 . . .'.Wd6 ! ? 22.gS [ 2 2 . E1 d5 E1e3]
2o.if4 '.We4 2 1 .E1fb 1 �f4 22.'.Wf4 E1e l 23.E1e 1 '.Wf4 23 .'.WdS E1e3oo;
iWb5 24.'.Wc7 ! ± Kiselev ; B2) 17 ... a6 ! 1 8 . E1b3 �g6 1 9 . Ct:J eS
C2) l 5 . . . �g6 1 6 . aS Ct:J e4 1 7 .E1bS ie7 1 8 .�e4 B21) 1 9 . . . '.Wd6 2 0 . � f6 � f6 2 l . f4 � d 3
de 1 9 . tLl eS 22.'.Wd3± Chetverik;
C21) 1 9 . . . �aS Forintos, Haag; B22) 1 9 . . . �d6 !
C22) 1 9 . . . a6 A2. - B221) 20.f4 �d3 2 1 .'.Wd3 '.We7 ! oo Chetverik;
B222) 20. Ct:J g6 fg ! 2 1 .�h4 �e7 22.E1e l gS !
431 1S.c4 ! ? de 1 6.�e4 [ 2 2 . . . '.Wd7 2 3 . E1 b2 f1 E1 b e 2 ± C hetveri k ]
A) 1 6 �g6? ! 1 7 .E1bS E1e8 1 8 .�b3± ;
. . . 2 3 . � g S [ 2 3 . � g3 ? ! �g3 24 . fg '.We7 +
B) 1 6 . . '.We7;
. Chetverik] '.Wd6= Semenova-Chetverik,
C) 1 6 . . . E1 c 8 . Balatonbereny 1 994 -62/(334) .

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433 17.1'i:d5? �h2. B223) 20 . . . �e7 ! 2 1 .WbS [2 1 .�f4? l2l a5
22.1'i:e7 We7 23 .�e7 l2l b3 24.1'i:b l 1'i:ee8-+]
434 21�h7 �h7 22.1'i:d6 1'i:a3+ Rozentalis. Wd6 ! 22.1'i:a l [22 . a6 l2l aS ] a6 23 .Wb4 We6°o
2 1 .1'i:dl 1'i:d8+ Rozentalis. Miralles .
21 .1'i:d6 1'i:d3= Ivanchuk-Rozentalis, Lvov
1987 -44/(374). 436 1 5 ... a6? ! 1 6 . 1'i: b6 Wb6 1 7 .eS �c5
1 8 .de WeS 1 9 .�h7 m h8 (Bosenberg·
435 15.a4 Kelbratovsky, corr 1990) 20.�d3±.
A) I S . . . a6
A I ) 1 6 .�h7 �h7 1 7 . l2l g S WgS 1 8 .�gS �d l 437 1 6.�c4 �f3 1 7 .Wf3 de 1 8 .1'i:b7 Wf6 ! =
1 9 .1'i:b6 �a4 20. 1'i:d6+ Miralles; Vladimirov.
A2) 1 6.1'i:b6 Wb6 1 7 .�h7 mh8 ! ( l 7 . . . �h7
1 8 . l2l g S �g6 1 9 .g4) 1 8 .�d3°o ( l 8 . g4? mh7+ 438 19 ... Wa2 (Mahia-Pla, Mar del Plata
Miralles); 1 988 -45/352) 20.dS ! ± Morgado, Mahia.
A3) 1 6 .1'i:b l 1 9 ... Wd4 20. l2l f3
A31) 1 6 . . . �f3 ? ! 1 7 .Wf3 l2l a4 1 8 .1'i:b7 l2l e3 A) 20 . . . Wf6
1 9 .�h7 �h7 20.We 3 We8 [20 . . . We8? 2 1 .1'i:b6 AI) 2 1 .WbS Wb6 22.Wb6 ab 23 .�e3 1'i:a2
L11'i:a6± Kozlov-Gorelov, Moscow 1 986] 24.1'i:b l = (t Morgado, Mahia);
2 1 .We8 1'i:fe8 22.1'i:t7 as 2 3 .1'i:fS a4 24.1'i:dS A2) 2 1 .�e3± ;
�f8 2S .�b2 a3 26.�a l 1'i:eb8� Kiselev; B ) 20 . . . Wc4
A32) 1 6 . . . �e7 ? ! 1 7 . 1'i:e l ! [ 1 7 .�a3 ? ! 1'i:e8 Bl) 2 1 .�b2 Wa2 22.�g7 mg7 23 .�g5=
1 8 .�eS ? l2l a4 ! 1 9 . 94 l2l e3 20.We l l2l b I 2 1 .gh Vladimirov
b6 2 2 .�b4 as 2 3 . � e l Wd7+ Sznapik­ B2) 2 1 . a3 b6 [2 1 . . .1'i:ad8 22.Wa5 ! Vladi·
Christensen, Cobenhavn 1 989] Wd6 ? mirov] 22.�e3t 1'i:ad8 [ 0 22 . . . 1'i:ac8 23J�d l
1 8 . �h7 ! m h 8 1 9 . �d3 fS 2 0 . g 3 Wd7 1'i:fd8t Vladimirov] 23.1'i:e l Wd3 [23 . . . �b3
2 1 . l2l eS ! +- Richagov-Christensen, Gaus­ 24 . l2l d4 ! ± L1 l2l fS Vladimirov] 24.a4:1:
da1 199 1 ; Dvoiris-Vladimirov, Barnau1 1988.
A33) 1 6 . . . aS ! ? Rozentalis; 1 9 1'i:fd8 !� J.Horvath-Greenfeld, Buda·
••.

A34) 1 6 . . . 1'i:b8 1 7 .Wb3 l2l e4 ! 1 8 . l2l d2 bS= pest 1 989.


Kondali-Jezek, corr 199 1 ;
A35) 1 6 . . . 1'i:e8 ! ? 1 7 . aS l2l e4 1 8 .1'i:b7 l2l aS = 439 17.�e4 Wd7
Grodzensky, Gubin; A) 1 8 . 1'i: hS ? ! g6 1 9 . 1'i: gS 1'i: ab8 20. h4°o
B) I S . . . �g6 1 6 .�g6 hg 1 7 .Wb3 1'i:e8 1 8 .�gS (Margado, Mahia) �e7 ! ? [20 . . .fS ! ?] ;
Wd7 B) 1 8 . 1'i: a5 ? ! �b4 1 9 .1'i:hS g 6 20. 1'i:gS 1'i:ab8
Bl) 1 9 . 12l d2 We6= Miralles; 2 1 .�f4 �d6 22.�e3 fS O-l Neiman-Borisov,
B2) 1 9 .aS l2l e4 corr 1990;
B21) 20 . l2l d2? ! We6+ Mestel-Miralles, C) 1 8 . a4 1'i:ab8
Thessaloniki (01) 1988 -46/398; Cl) 1 9 .1'i:gS ? f6 ! 20.WhS g6 2 1 .�g6 fg-+
B22) 20. 1'i:b7 Kalinichenko;
B221) 20 . . . WfS ? ! 2 1 .Wa4± Miralles; C2) 1 9 .�e2 1'i:fe8 [ 1 9 . . . g6 ! ?] 20.�e3 l2l c 8 ? 1
B222) 20 . . . We6 2 1 .WbS l2l aS 22 .We6 l2l e6 2 1 .�e4 l2l b6 22.1'i:fb l �/t Filipenko-Pesi.
23.1'i:d7 1'i:e6 24.�h4t Miralles; guna, Novi Sad 1989;

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C3) 1 9 .if5 �c6 20.ie4= �d7 2 1 .if5 �c7? chado, Thessaloniki (01) 1 988 -46/397;
22.a5 CLl c 8 2 3 . ih7 �h7 24 .2"1h5 <;t> g 8 B) 2 3 . . . � f4 ! 24.ig7 <;t> g7 2 5 . 2"1 g5 � f6
25.�f5± f6 2 6 . 2"1 e l CLl e7 27 .�e6 2"1f7 2 6 .�h6 <;t>e7 27 . 2"1e5 <;t> d7 28 .�b6�
2 8 . g e 4 � Holmstein-Lelchuk, Helsenki (Kudrin) 2"1fe8 ! ?
1992.
445 1 8 .ih7? <;t>h7 1 9 . 2"1h5 <;t>g8 20.�f5
440 17 ... f5 ? 1 8 . if5 �e8 1 9 . a4 g6 f6 2 1 .2"1h7 [2 1 . 2"1 e l 2"1ae8] �f7 22 .ih6 g6
20.�g4± Rabovic-Radosavljevic, Donau 2 3 . 2"1f7 gf-+ Beliavsky.
1992.
17 ... a6?! 1 8 .ig5 446 18 ... 2"1ab8? !
A) 1 8 . . .f6 1 9 .�h5 h6 2o.ih6 ab 2 1 .�g6 A ) 1 9 . h4 2"1fe8 20.h5 �c6 2 1 .�f5 g6 22 .�g4
V!1c7 2 2.�h7 <;t>f7 2 3 . 2"1e l 2"1g8 24.�g6 �f8 if8 23 .hg fg 24.if4 2"1bd8 25 .ie5 a6 26.2"1b2
25 .�f6+- Beliavsky; CLl a4 27.ia4 �a4 28.2"1b7= Anka-Apple­
B) 1 8 . . .�c7 berry, Budapest 1994;
Bl) 1 9 .if6 B) 1 9 . a5 CLl c 8 2o.ih7 ! -439/17.ie4/C3.
B11) 1 9 . . . ih2? 2 0 . <;t> h l �f4 2 1 . 2"1 b6 gf
22.�h5 h6 23 .g3 ig3 24.2"1g 1 �f2 25 .�g4 447 2 1 .�f6 if8 22.if8 2"1f8 2 3 . 2"1c5 �d8
\!! h 8 2 6 . � g3+- Beliavsky; 24.�d 8 2"1ad8 25.2"1b 1 2"1d6 26.a5 CLl d7 27 .2"1c4
B12) 19 . . . ab ? 20.ih7 <;t> h7 2 1 .�h5 �g8 b5 2 8 . ab CLl b6= Beliavsky.
22.�g5 g6 23 .�h6+- Beliavsky;
B13) 19 . . . g6 20.�h5 if4 ! Kudrin; 448 1 8 .2"1h5?! g6 [ 1 8 . . . h6? 1 9 .ih6 gh
B2) 1 9 .ih7 ! <;t>h7 20.�h5 <;t>g8 2 1 .if6 ih2 20.�f6 �e6 2 1 .ih7+- ; 1 8 . . . f5 ? 1 9 .if5 g6
22. \!! h l �f4 2 3 . ig7 <;t>g7 24 . 2"1 g5 <;t> f6 2o.id7 2"1f3 2 1 .ie6± Skembris]
25 .�h6 <;t> e7 2 6 . 2"1 e5 <;t> d7 27 .�b6+­ A) 1 9 . 2"1 h7? <;t> h 7 2 0 . � h5 � g 8 2 1 .i g 6
Kudrin; fg-+ Skembris;
C) 1 8 . . .ab 1 9 .id8 2"1fd8 20.�h5 g6 2 1 .�b5 B) 1 9 . d 5 ? ! f5 ! ? [ 1 9 . . . gh 2 o . i h7 <;t> h 7
fJ,c7 2 2 . a4 2"1d4 2 3 . �c5 2"1d7 24 . g 3 ± 2 1 .�h5= Skembris] 20.2"1h4 �e7 ! 2 1 .g3
Beliavsky-Petursson, Reykjavik 1988 -46/ [2 1 .2"1d4? �e5-+ Skembris] 2"1ae8't [X2"1h4]
396. Wittmann-Skembris, Debrecen 1992 -56/
329;
441 1 8 .ig5 ! ? Kudrin. C) 1 9 . 2"1a5 ib4 [Xd4] ;
D) 1 9 .if5 gf [ 1 9 . . . �e7 ! ?] 20.2"1h7 <;t>h7
442 18 . ..�d7 -67. 2 1 .�h5 <;t>g8 22.�g 5 = Skembris;
E) 1 9 . i h 6 f5 ! ? [ 1 9 . . . 2"1 fe 8 2 0 . 2"1 a 5 � ]
443 19 .. . f6? 20.�h5 h6 2 1 .ih6� Skembris.
- 440/17 . . . a6? !/A.
449 1 8 . . . 2"1fe8? 1 9 .if5 �c6 [ 1 9 . . . �c7
444 20 .if6 g6 2 1 .�h5 if4 Kudrin. 20.a5 ] 2o.ih7 ! �h7 2 1 .�t7 ie5 22.2"1e5
20.fJ,h7! <;t>h7 2 1 .�h5 <;t>g8 22 .iffi ih2 ! 2"1e5 23.de+- Howell-Barua, Great Britain
23.\!! h l ch 199 1 .
A ) 23 . . .�d6? [23 . . . if4? 24.2"1g5+-] 24.ig7 18 . . 2"1ae8 1 9 .id2 �c6? ! 20.d5 �c7 2 l .2"1fb 1
.

!rJg7 25.gg5 <;t>f6 26.2"1e 1 +- Kudrin-Ma- 2"1b8 22.ic 3 CLl d7 23 .ig7 ! <;t>g7 24.�g4 <;t>h8

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2S .%VfS± M.Schlosser-Sarno, Mitropa Cup Haba;
1990 . A2) 2 1 . E1 h S ! g6 2 2 . E1 h6 liJ e7 [22 . . . b S ?
18 ...ic7 23 . ab a b 24 .dS f6 2S .ig6 hg 26.E1g6 cj;h7
A) 1 9 . 93 ? ! [ 1 9 . E1 hS ? ! g6] a6 20.E1hS g6 27.%Ve2 liJ e7 28.E1gS ! mh6 29.E1hS ! cj;hS
2 1 .ih6 fS 22 .if8 E1f8 23 .E1h6 mg7 24.%Va3 30.%Vh7 mgS 3 1 .icl if4 3 2 . g3+-] 23 .dS
id6 2S .%Vc l ie7-+ [ L1 f4 X E1 h6] A ra­ f6 24.%Ve4± Haba;
khamia-Akopian, Oakham 1990; B) o 1 9 . . . E1fe8 Haba.
B) 1 9 .E1eS id6 1 9.id2 ! ?
Bl) 20.E1gS A ) 1 9 . . . liJ e 8 20.E1fb 1 b 6 2 1 .E1hS g 6 [2 l . . .h6?
Bll) 20 . . . ie7 ? (Adams-Anand, Oakham 22 .ih6 gh 23 .%Vf6+- Wahls] 22.ih6
1990) 2 1 .E1g7 ! cJlg7 22.ifS A I ) 22 . . . E1e8 23 .%Vf6 if8 24.if8 E1f8 2S J:lh7
Blll) 22 . . . %Vd6 23 .%Vg4 mh8 24.%VhS h6 cJlh7 26.E1bS
2S .ih6+-; A l l ) 26 . . . %VbS 27 . ab cJlg8 2 8 . h4+- Wahls;
B1l2) 22 . . . %Vd4 23 .ie3 ! A12) 26 . . . cJl h 6 2 7 . E1 hS m h S 2 8 .%Vf4 ! +-
B1l21) 23 . . . %VeS 24.%Vg4 cJlh8 2s.id4+­ Wahls;
Anand; A 13) 26 . . . cJlg8 27. E1hS+- Wahls;
B 1l22) 23 . . . %Vh4 24.g3 %Vf6 2S.%Vg4 cJlh8 A2) 22 . . . fS 23 .if8
26.id4+-; A 2 1 ) 23 . . . if8 ? 24.ifS gf [24 . . . %Vf7 2S :�g4]
B1l23) 23 . . . %Vb2 24.%Vg4 cJlf6 2S .%VgS meS 2S .%Vg3+- Wahls;
26.%Ve7 mfS 27.g4+- ; A22) 23 . . . cJl f8 24 . E1 h4± [ 2 4 . i f5 W f7 ;
B 12) 20 . . . g6oo Anand; 24.E1bS %Ve6] Wahls;
B2) 20.aS ! B) 1 9 . . . g6 20.E1fb l ie7 2 1 . aS liJ e 8 22.�h6
B 2 1 ) 20 . . . ieS 2 1 .de liJ e 8 [2 1 . . . liJ a4 22.e6± ; [22.E1b7 E1b7 2 3 . E1b7 %Vd4] E1d8 23.E1b7±
2 1 . . .liJ dS 22.E1d 1 E1 ad8 23 .ie4± C.Hansen] Wahls;
22. a6± Timman; C) 1 9 . . . ie7 ! ? Wahls;
B2) 20 . . . liJ e 8 2 1 .ifS %Vd8 22.a6 liJ e7 2 3 . ab 0) 1 9 . . . E1fe8 2o.ifS
E1b8 24.igS± [ 2 4 .ie4? ieS 2 S . de fS + 0 1 ) 20 . . . %Ve7 2 1 .E1fb l ± L1aS Wahls;
Timman] f6 2 s .i e6 cJl h 8 2 6 . i f4 if4 02) 20 . . . %V e 6 ? 2 1 .ih7 ! cJl f8 [ 2 1 . . . cj; h7
27 . %V f4 E1b 7 2 8 .dS liJ g6 29. %V e4 ± Timman­ 22.%Vf7 ieS± Wahls] 22.%VhS liJ d7 [22 . . .
Anand, Tilburg 1991 -53/291 . liJ a4 2 3 .E1fS E1e7 24.ig6+- Wahls] 23 .�fS
liJ f6 24.%Vh8 liJ g8 2s .ih7 cJle7 26 .%Vg7+­
450 19.ie3 [L1E1fb l , as ] liJ e 8 20.E1fb l b6 Stripunsky-Veresagin, Volgograd 1994;
2 1 .h4 liJ e7 22.hS h6 23.g4 ie7 24.gS a6 03) 20 . . . %Ve7 ! 2 1 . E1 fb l g6 [ 2 1 . . .%Ve2 ?
2S .E1Sb4 bS 26.gh fS 27 . ab ab 2 8 .%Vg2oo 22.ih7] 22 .ie2 [22.a5 ? liJ e 8 23 .ie2 b6]
Shilov-Raetsky, Voroshilovgrad 1 989. liJ e 8 ! ?00 [22 . . . %Ve2? 23.%Ve 3 ] Wahls -CBM.
19.ib2
A) 1 9 . . . liJ e 8 ? ! 20.%Ve3 ! a6 451 1 9 ...ic7 20.if6 !
AI) 2 1 . E1 gS ? ! bS [ 2 1 . . .%V e 7 ? 2 2 . E1 e S ! ± A) 2 0 . . . g f 2 1 .%VhS E1 fe 8 2 2 . %V h6 �f4
Chandler-Haba, Bundesliga 1992 -56/330] 23 .ih7 mh8 24.%Vf6+- Gavrilov;
22.ab ab 23 . dS f6 24.if5 %Ve7 [24 . . . %Ve7 B) 20 . . . h6 2 1 .E1gS ! g6 22.%VhS+- Gavrilov;
2S.E1e 1 ieS 26.%Ve2 fg 27.E1eS %Vd8 28 .ih7 q 20 . . . g6 2 1 .%VhS i f4 2 2 .%Vh4 Wd6
mh8 29.ig6�] 2S .E1hS g6 26 .ie6 m g700 2 3 . g 3 liJ d7 24.ie7+- Gavrilov;

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D) 2 0 . . . E1feS 2 1 . E1 g 5 g6 2 2 .iWhS �f4 454 20.�e4 E1ab8 2 1 .E1fb l ? iWe6 ! -+
23 .'iWh6+- Gavrilov; Riand-Delanoy, Geneva 1 992 -56/(330) .
E) 20 . . . iWc6 2 1 .�h7 m h 7 2 2 . E1hS m g S 20.E1fb l
23 .'iWf5+- Gavrilov; A) 20 . . . iWe6 2 1 .�e3 E1ab8 [2 1 . . .c3 ! ? ; 2 l . . .
F) 20 . . . �e6 2 1 . E1h5 h6 [2 1 . . .iWf6 22 .�h7 �fS] 22.a5 lLlaS 2 3 .E1b7 E1b7 24.E1b7± De
�h8 23 .ig6 mgS 24. E1hS+-] 22.E1g5 ! ! g6 Firmian-Appleberry, New York op 1994 ;
23 .�g6 fg [23 . . . hg 24.ih7+-] 24. E1g6 mf7 B) 2 0 . . . E1ac Soo l'i2 1 . a5 ? iWb5 ;
[24 . . .�h7 25 .iWh5 if4 26.E1g7 �hS C)20 . . . c3°o.
27 .'iWg6+-] 25 .E1g7 �eS 26.iWh5 E1f7 27 . E1f7
'iJlf7 28.E1e l mfS 29 .iWh6+- Gavrilov;
G) 20 . . . �d6 ! D 2 1 .ie5 iWe7 [2 1 . . .iWd7 ? 1.5.3. Game 2
22.�g7+-] 22.a5
Gl) 22. J 2 JcS 23.ih7 mh7 24.iWhS �gS A .Sokolov - 011
25 .�g7 f6 26.iWh S �f7 27.ifS iWfS 2S .iWh5 USSR Ch (Odessa) 1 9S9
�g8 29 . E1el lLld6 3 0 . E1c5 E1cS 3 1 . E1 e 3 ±
Gavrilov; l .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLl xe5 d6 4.lLl f3 lLl xe4
G2) 22 . . . ti h S 23 .�h7 ! ? [23 . E1b 7 ± ] mh7 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.e4 e6
24.'iWhS mgS 25 .�g7 f6 - 2 6 . iWhS � f7 9.lLle3
27.�f8 E1fS 2s .iWh5 mgS 29.iWd5 (Gavrilov­
Frog, corr 1989/90 -50/332) E1f7 ! ? 30.g3 a b c d e f 9 h

�d6 3 1 .�c4;!: Gavrilov. 8 8


1 9...CLk8 7
A) 20.'iWh5 [20.�f6 lLle7 Haba] f5 2 1 .iWe2 6
I/Jb6 22.E1fb 1 E1beS 5
AI) 23 .'iWfl iWc6 24.�d l (Wahls-Haba, 4
Bundesliga 1993 -57/(304)) �bS ! ? 25 . a5 3
'iJlg6 26.ab a6= Haba;
A2) 23 .'iWf3 ! ? iWe6 24.mf1 f4 25 .a5 lLlcS
2H1b7 h6 27 .d5 iWe5 2s .ih4 ic5;!: Haba ;
a b c d e f 9 h
B) 20.E1fb l b6 2 1 .iWh5
Bl) 2 l . . .g6? 22.�f6 [l'iiWh7] �f4 23 .iWh4
Can such a natural move be i mprecise?
'iJld6 24 . g 3 a6 25 .E1h5+- Gavrilov ;
Following this game White has preferred
B2) 2 1 . . .f5 22.iWe2 lLle7 23.iWc4 �hS
24.WJd3 g6 25.'lWc3 E1bcS 26.iWb2± Gavrilov. to start with the exchange on d5 and only
then to play lLlc3 , thereby avoiding the line
452 21 .if6 �fS 22.iWf3� Haba. l O . . . dc .
9 ... lLl xe3 1 0.be de [ l O . . . �g4 (-56) l 1 .cd -
453 1 9.ib2 ! ? [l'iiWc3] E1feSoo. 57-6S, game 3 ] 1 1 .�xe4 �g4 1 2.iWd3
19.h4 E1fe8 20.h5 �fSoo. 1 2.h3 did not yield White any advantage
1 9.�d2 c3 ! ? 20.iWc3 E1acS 2 1 .iWb3 E1c7 in the game Lj uboj evic - Khalifman, Rey­
22.�d3 E1fc8 23.E1el ifS 24.a5 lLlc4= A.So­ kj avik 1 99 1 . After 1 2 . . . �h5 1 3 . E1 b l b5
kolov-Finegold, Reykjavik 1 990 -49/364. 1 4 . � d3 lLld7 1 5 . a4 a6 1 6 . �e4 E1cS the

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chances are about equal (-5 2 ) . The text move Black ' s bishop at h5 is in jeopardy,
move is a logical choice: White gets rid of and yet he is well developed and ready to
the pin and prepares It'l g5 . begin a counterattack.
12 lt'l d7
..•
15.f4 h6
The critical continuation. Black continues The immediate 1 5 . . . b5 is slightly prema·
his development, ignoring White ' s attack. ture : 1 6 .tb3 h6 1 7 . lt'l f3 txf3 I S .E1xf3 a6
The less active 1 2 . . . th5 , with the idea 1 9 .te3 It'l d5 20.td2 vtff6 2 1 . E1 afl E1fe8
1 3 . . . tg6(-5 3 ) , is also worth consideration. 2 2 . g4t Kamsky - B arua, 1 990. Black will
13.lt'lg5 have the opportunity to play b7 -b5 later.
White made a typical mistake in the game 16.g4
Mainka - Finegold, Dortmund 1 990: The critical move. The quiet continuation
1 3 .tb3 ? ! It'lc5 ! , when B lack exchanged the
1 6 . lt'l f3 also deserves consideration, al·
bishop and obtained good play.
though after 1 6 . . . txf3 1 7 .E1xf3 E1eS 1 8 .�e3
1 3 .tg5 promises no advantage after 1 3 . . .
t c 7 1 9 . E1 afl vtf d 6 Kamsky B areev,
vtfa5 ( l 3 . . . vtfc7=) 1 4 .th4 th5 . If 1 3 .E1e l ,
-

Linares 1 99 3 , Black has good counterplay


then 1 3 . . . vtfc7 1 4.h3 th5 1 5 . lt'l h4 <;t> h S
on the e-file. This variation is discussed in
1 6 .tg5 lt'l b6 1 7 .tb3 c5 (Forintos, Haag) .
more detail in line 54.
13 ... lt'l f6
16 hg
1 3 . . . g6 is weaker in view of 1 4 . h 3 tf5
•••

If 1 6 . . . txg4, then 1 7 . lt'l xf7 E1xf7 I S .�xn+


1 5 .vtff3± (Short) or 1 4. lt'l e4± (Nunn). 14.h3
<;t>xf7 1 9 .hg It'l xg4 20.f5± (Nunn).
th5
16 ... b5 leads after 17 .tb3 c5 l S .td5 ! ? � g 6
1 4 . . . td7 1 5 .E1e l vtfa5 1 6 . g4± is more pas­
to the game Corso-Marshall, Havana 1 9 1 1
sive (Goerans - Valeer, corr. 1 990) (-3 S 1 ) .
(by transposition of moves), in which White
a b c d e f 9 h gained the advantage after 1 9 .vtfxg6 hg
8 20.txf7+ E1xf7 2 Ug .
7 7 17.fg b5 [-3S7] .
6 6 This is a good opportunity to include the
5 5 moves b7 -b5 and tb3 , although 1 7 . . tLlx g4
.

4 4 I S .hg vtfd7 ( 1 S . . . txg4 ? 1 9 . 96 ! �e6


3 20.E1xf7 ! 1 -0 Ghizdavu - Stanciu, Roma·
2 2 nia 1 972) is equivalent and transposes into
the g am e after 1 9 . 9 h vtf g 4 + ( l 9 . . . b 5 )
a b c d e f 9 h 20.<;t>f2 E1aeS 2 1 . E1 g 1 vtfh4+ 2 2 . <;t> g 2 bS
23 .tb3 .
Now B l ack is aiming after tg6 to drive White ' s attempt to deviate from this line
the white queen away from its active posi­ by 2 1 .E1h 1 leads to equality after 2 l . . .bS
tion. However, by the standard advance of 2 2 .vtff3 vtfxf3 + 2 3 . <;t> xf3 bc 24.tf4 �xf4
his f-pawn White completes the manoeu­ 25 . <;t> xf4 c5 (Forintos, Haag ) .
vre begun with 1 2. lt'l g5 and reinforces his 18.tb3
pressure on the kingside. After the text I S .gf? is bad in view of I S . . . bc 1 9.vtfd2 �g6

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20.fg mxg7 2 1 .�h6+ @g8 22.ig5 ie7-+ a b c d e f
(Nunn) . 8 8
18 .. .Li'l xg4 1 9.hg 7 7
6 6
a b c d e f 9 h
5 5
8 8
4 4
7 7
3 3
6 6
2 2
5 5

4 4
a b c d e f 9 h
3 3
2 2
The diagram position has become critical
a b c d e f 9 h
for this line. How should Black continue
his attack? 23 . . . c5 fails to 24.l:1h I ! (Short ­
19...Wd7! Huebner, Tilburg 1 988) 24 . . . �g4+ 25.@f1
At first sight it seems that White ' s attack c4 26.idl l:1e l + 2 7 . @ xe l �g2 2 8 .�e2
attains its goal : after 1 9 . . . ixg4 20.g6 �xh 1 + 2 9 . @ d2+- (Short). 23 . . . l:1e4 is also
'iWh4 2 1 .if4± or 20 . . . ie6 2 1 .l:1xf7 ! �e8 insufficient because of 24.�f3 ! ih2
(2 1 . . .ixb3 2 2 . �h3 l:1 x f7 2 3 . �h7+ @ f8 25 .id2 l:1g4+ 26.�xg4 �xg4+ 27 .@xh2,
24.WhS+ @ e 7 2 5 .ig5+ @ d 7 2 6 . i x d 8 when the rook and two bishops give White
E(xdS 27 .�h5+-) 22.�h 3 ! l:1xf7 (22 . . . ixh3 more than sufficient compensation for the
2 3 . E( f5 ! +- ) 2 3 . � h7+ @ f8 2 4 . i g5 l:1 f6 queen, and attempts by B lack to draw by
25 .ixf6 gf 26.g7+- (Nunn) B l ack is lost. perpetual c h e c k are fu ti l e : 27 . . . � h 4 +
Yet, as is well-known, ' the best form of (27 . . . � x h 5 + 2 8 . @ g 3 + - ) 2 8 . @ g2 �e4+
defence is attack' . White has weakened his (28 . . . l:1e8 2 9 . i d l L1 i f3 ) 29 . @f2 � f5 +
kings ide and Black, by sacrificing a piece, ( 2 9 . . . l:1 e 8 3 0 . l:1 g 2 + - ) 3 0 . @ e2 l:1 e 8 +
moves onto the offensive. 3 1 . @ d I +- �f2 3 2 . @c2 l:1e2 3 3 .l:1gd l
20.gh �f5 + 3 4 . @ c l +- For more details, - 3 87/
In the game Nunn - S alov, B russels 1 98 8 , 17 . . . b5/B ) . However, the Estonian grand­
White did not risk accepting the sacri fice, master has prepared an interesting idea.
but a ft er 2 0 . � f5 ixg4 2 1 . �xd7 ixd7 23 � h2 + 24.mfl i f4
.•.

22.E(xf7 l:1xf7 23.g6 ie8 he had to play With the threat of 25 . . . l:1e l + 26.@xe 1
accurately i n order to save the game . �xg l + 27 . @e2 l:1e8-+ . White finds the
20 . . . Wg4+ 21 .@f2 l:1ae8 22.l:1g1 best chance - by returning the piece, he
Now the white bishop no longer protects activates his forces .
the e2-square, so 22.l:1h I ? ? loses to 22 . . . 25.�f3
ig3+ . If 25 .ixf4, then 25 . . . �xf4+ 2 6 . @ g 2 l:1e3+.
22 ...'iWh4+ 23.@g2 25 ... l:1el+ 26.@xe l �xg l + 27.@e2 ixc 1

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a b c d e f h
9 1.5.4. Game 3
8 8

7 7
Short - Gelfand
6 6
B russels cm (7), 1 99 1
5 5
4 4
l .e4 e5 z.ct:J f3 l2l f6 3.l2l xe5 d6 4.l2lf3 etJ xe4
3 3
5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4 c6 9.cd
2
cd 1 0. l2l c3 l2l xc3 l l .bc �g4 1 2.gbl

a b c d e f 9 h a b c d e f

Now both 2 S .g6 geS-+ and 2 S . md3


iWxgS+ (011) are bad for White. However,
as we already know, 'the best form of de­
fence is attack ' . By sacrifi c i n g the ex­
change and attacking the weak f7 -pawn,
Sokolov forces a draw. 2
28.gxc 1 ! iWxc 1 29.g6 ge8+ 30.md3 iWb l +
=
a b c d e f 9 h
Or 3 0 . . . ge7 3 1 . g f+ m fS 3 2 . iW h3 iW b l +
3 3 .�c2 iWxa2 34.iWcS+ (011). =
This i s the most dynamic continuation.
3 1 .md2 iWe1 + 32.md3 iW b l + 33.md2 White immediately attacks the b-pawn and
And a draw was agreed because of the rep­ plans to threaten the dS-pawn after I'M.
etition of moves. This game received the S uch sharp play is fully j ustified by the
award of the most important theoretical existing pawn structure. Indeed, if Black
novelty of Volume 4S of Chess Informant. completes his development, it will be easier
for him to attack the c 3-pawn along the c­
file, than for White to play against Black's
maj or weakness - the dS-pawn. The text
move also contains a hidden tactical sub·
tlety. It seems that it would be convenient
for White to include the moves 1 2.h3 �hS.
but in this case after 1 3 .gb 1 b6 1 4J1bS
B l ac k repl i e s 1 4 . . . a6 I S . g xdS ixh2+
1 6 . l2l xh2 iWxdS . After the immediate
1 2.gb l b6 1 3 .gbS a6 (or 1 3 . . . l2l c6) 1 4.Elxd5
�xh2+ l S . l2l xh2 B lack' s bishop is left
unprotected and White gains two minor
pieces for the rook.

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12 ... b6 a b c d e

Regarding the alternative 1 2 . . . ctJ d 7 , see 8

positions 90-96 . Note that B lack should


not underestimate the threat of � x h7 + . 6
Thus, i t is bad t o continue 1 2 . . . 'lMfc7 ? 1 3 .h3 5
�h5 ?, as after 1 4.�xh7+ White develops a 4
winning attack ( l 4 . . . ct? xh7 I S . ctJ gS+ ct?g6 3
1 6 .g4) . 2
13.Ei:b5 �c7 14.h3
The complications after 1 4.c4 dc I S .�e4 c d e f 9 h
ILl c 6 ! (with the idea of 1 6.�xc6 '1Mfd6 ! ) are
favourable for B lack (-57), as the games If 1 6 . . . h6? ! , then 1 7 .gS±, with an attack
Short - Timman, Hilversum (mJ4) 1 9 89 along the h-file. White is once again at a
and 011 - Akopian, Manila (01) 1 992 have cross-road s : should he c apture the pawn
shown. immediately, or include the moves 1 7 .�h6
14 .. a6
.
g e 8 ? B l ac k h a s a u n i v e r s a l d e fe n c e :
Now 14 . . . �hS fails to I S .c4. After 1 4 . . . �e6 1 7 .�xbS ctJ d7 1 8 .�h6 ge8 (or 1 7 .�h6 ge8
White plays I S . ctJ gS h6 1 6 . 'lMfhS± Dvoiris 1 8 .�xbS ctJ d7 ) , but after 1 9 .�gS f6 20. �d2
- Rozentalis, B arnaul 1 984 (-40S ) . (lvanchuk) White is better (-S9) . Yet, Black
15.hg! ? can improve his play in both lines : 1 7 .�xbS
1 5 .Ei:b3 �hS hardly promises anything for can be met by 1 7 . . . 'lMfc8 ! ?, aiming at the
White, as he does not eliminate the unpleas­ g4- and c 3 -pawns and v acating the d 8 -
ant pin. The interesting continuation I S . square for the rook (-6 1 ) , while 1 7 .�h6 ge8
1'lxd5 1WxdS 1 6 .hg was tested i n the game 1 8 .�xbS can be met by 1 8 . . . ge4.
Dvoiris - Rozentalis, L vov 1 990. In this 17.�h6 ge8 1 8.�xb5 ge4
case White obtains a mobile centre, but If 1 8 . . . g e 6 ? ! , t h e n 1 9 . c 4 t ( G e l fa n d ,
Black has no problems in completing his Kapengut) .
development with 14 . . . ctJ c6 followed by 19.95 ? !
1'lad8 (-58). Short's move is more refined: a b c d e f 9 h
White regains the pawn a few moves after 8 8
the exchange sacrifice, without opening the 7 7
position in the centre.
6 6
15 ab 16.'lMfc2 g6
...
5 5
4 4
3 3
2 2

a b c d e f 9 h

A fter 1 9 . ctJ gS ? ! ( w ith the idea of 1 9 . . .

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l=1xg4 ? ? 20.l=1e l ) B lack replies 1 9 . . . l=1eTt 2 1 . f4 , and if 2 1 . . . cu xe5 [ 2 1 . . . cu e7 22.�d3 ;
(Gelfand, Kapengut) . Instead 1 9. c4 ! ? l=1xg4 2 1 . . .iWe6 ! ? is better - see the game] , then
20.cd �f4 ! deserves consideration, when 2 2 . fe . Now B lack has the following op­
White obtains sufficient compensation for tion s :
the sacrificed exchange (-60) . The text A) 2 2 . . . l=1 xe5 ? ! 2 3 . de iWxe5 (23 . . . �c5+
move is risky, since White blocks in his 24.iWf2+-) 24. g4± ;
bishop. At the same time B l ack must be B ) 22 . . . iWe7 23 .�c6 [23 .�d3 ] ;
very attentive to his opponent' s attacking C) 2 2 . . . iWe6 2 3 . l=1 f6 iWg4 24. iW f2 �d l +
possibilities. One of his problems is the 25.�f l --t .
development of his knight. B l ack decided 2 1 .f4
to prepare the move cuc6 with 19 . . . iWd6,
a b c d e
but this allowed White ' s knight to settle
8
on e5 . 1 9 . . . l=1a3 ! would have been stronger,
7
activating the rook and attacking the weak
6
c3 -pawn. The significance of the rook' s ac­
5
tivation becomes apparent after 2 0 . c 4 ?
4
l=1xf3 2 1 .gf iWd6-+ (Gelfand, Kapengut) or
3
20.cu d2 iWd6 2 1.g3 l=1eTt (intending cu c6)
(Gelfand, Kapengut) 22.c4?? l=1xg3+ -+ ,
and the weakness of the c3 -pawn is felt
a b c d e f 9 h
after 2 0 . g 3 iW c S + (Gelfand, Kapengut)
2 1 . CU d2 l=1e7 [ 2 1 . . .l=1h4? 22.l=1e l ] . White makes a forceful attempt to win. A
1 9 ...iWd6? ! 20.cu e5 iWe6 good alternative was 2 l . f3 l=1xe5 ! ? [2 1 . . .
B lack was probably counting on 20 . . . l=1xe5 . l=1 e 3 ? ! ( w i th the i d e a 2 2 . � f2 ? ! �xe5 1
However, the opening of the position is in 2 3 . � xe3 �g3+ 24 . � d2 cu c6--t) is met by
White ' s favour, and after 2 1 .de iWxe5 he 22.f4 ! ?± (Gelfand, Kapengut)] 22.de, and
seizes the initiative: now 22 . . . iWe5 2 3 . f4 leads to a position al­
A) 22.f4 iWe3+ 2 3 .iWf2 ( 2 3 . � h l cu a6 ! ) ready known from note A) to the move
23 . . .iWxf2+ ! (23 . . . �xf4 ? ? 24.l=1e l ) 24 .l=1xf2 20 . . . l=1e5 .
CU a6 25 .�xa6 l=1xa6 ! (Gelfand, Kapengut) The natural course of events cann o t sat­
26. l=1e2 ! l=1aS 27 . g 3 ± ; isfy B l ack anymore : after 2 1 . . .�xe5 22.fe
B) 22.g3 ! � d 6 ( 2 2 . . . cu a6? ! 2 3 .�xa6 l=1xa6 cu c 6 2 3 .iWf2 , with the idea �d3± (Gelfand.
24.iWd2+-) 2 3 .iWd2 �c5 24. �g2± Kapengut) (23 . l=1 f6 iWg4 2 4 . l=1xc6± also
(Gelfand, Kapengut) . looks good), or 2 2 . . . cu d7 2 3 .iWf2 White
20 . . . CU c6 ! ? also deserves consideration. obtains an advantage. However, Gelfand
Now it is bad for White to continue 2 1 .f3 ? finds a brilliant possibility of complicat·
l=1xe5 2 2 .�xc6 l=1e7 ! -+. After 2 1 .�xc6 ing the game .
Black replies 2 1 . . . l=1xe5 2 2 . de [22 .�xaS ? 2 1 ...cuc6!
l=1e2-+] iWxc6 2 3 . f4 l=1a3 ! + (Gelfand, Ka­ In order to activate his forces, Black sacri·
pengut) . Apparently, White should play fices a piece. It should be noted that thi�

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is only feasible because the h6-bishop is A2) 26.c4± ;
locked in. B ) 25 . . . gh4 ! ?, with the idea of 26 .V!lff2 V!lfe4
22.CtJxc6 27 .V!lf g3 V!lfb I + ;
The intermediate 22.f5 ! ? (Gelfand, Kapen­ C) 25 . . . gf5 , with the idea o f 26 .ib7 b 5 .
gut) leads to unclear p l ay after 22 . . . gf 22 ... gxf4!
23 .ixc6 [ 2 3 . lLl xc6 gh4] ixe5 24.ixaS It would have been wrong to play 2 2 . . .
i g3� or 24 . . . if4 . Instead 2 2 .ixc6 i x f4 ? 2 3 . g xf4 g x f4 2 4 . lLl e 5 ± , w h e n
deserved consideration. After 22 . . . ixe5 White ' s three minor pieces are stronger in
23 .ixaS ixf4 (23 . . . ge2 is met by 24.V!lfe2 attack than B lack ' s two rooks in defence.
id4+ 25 .cd V!lfe2 26 .id5± ) 24 . gxf4 gxf4 23.gxf4
2S .Wd2 a problematic position could arise. 23 .V!lfd2? ! would only have been justified
Gelfand and Kapengut analyse here 25 . . . after 23 . . . gxfl + 24 . m xf l ig3 25 .a4 V!lfe4
�f5 2 6 . ixd5 g f 1 + 2 7 . m h2 V!lf g4 ! ! ( 2 5 . . . V!lff5 + 2 6 . m g l V!lf b l + 2 7 .ifl g e S
(27 . . . W x d 5 2 S . V!lf e 2 + - ) 2 S . V!lf e3 V!lf h 4 + 2 S . lLl e5 ixe5 2 9 . de g x e 5 3 0 .V!lfd4 V!lfe4
29 .Wh3 V!lff4+ 3 0 . g 3 V!lff2+ 3 1 .V!lfg2 V!lfe l , 3 1 .V!lfxb6 V!lfe3+ 3 2 .V!lfxe3 gxe3 3 3 . a5
and now : g x c 3 3 4 . m f2+- ) 2 6 . id3 V!lfh4 27 .V!lfe3 !
A ) 32.We4 gf2+ 3 3 . m h3 V!lff1 + 3 4 . m h4 (Gelfand, Kapengut) . Instead, 2 3 . . . gh4
E1h2+ 3 5 . �g4 V!lfh3+ 3 6 . m B ( 3 6 . m f4 24 . 1::1f6 V!lf e4 25 .id3 gxa2 ! ! 26 .ixe4 gxd2
E1f2+ -+) 27 . lLl e7 + [27 .if3 ih2+ 2 S . m fl ig3-+]
A I ) 36 . . . V!lfh5+ ? 3 7 . m f4 gf2+ 3 S . me5 ge2 mhS 2 S . gxt7 gh I + ! ! -+ is much stronger
39.ruf6! ! 1::1 f2+ (39 . . . gxe4 40.ixt7+ m h S (Gelfand, Kapengut, NIC YB22) .
4 I . i g 7 #) 40 . m e7 g e 2 4 1 . ixf7 + m h S 23 ixf4 24.lLl e5
..•

2 4 . V!lf e 2 ? fai l s to 24 . . . g x a 2 ! ( G e l fand,


42.Wxe2 V!lfxe2+ 43 . mfS+- ;
Kapengut) 11 2 5 .V!lfxa2? V!lfe l + 2 6 .ifl
A2) 36 . . . V!lffl + ;
ie3+ -+ .
B ) 32.ruh3 3 2 . . . 1::1 f2 3 3 .V!lfh l ( 3 3 .V!lfe4 - A )
24 ixe5 25.de V!lfxe5
3 3 . . . W e 2 3 4 . g4 V!lf e 3 + 3 5 . m h4 g e 2
.•.

36.ixf7 + ! (- 5 2/302) . a b c d e f 9 h
Needless to say, these study-like variations 8 8
do not exhaust all the resources of the po­ 7 7
sition. In particular, instead of 26.ixd5 , it 6 6
is better, in my opinion, to play 26.V!lfe l ! ?, 5 5
increasing the activity of the queen . Now 4 4
26 . . . E1e4 [26 . . . V!lfe4 27 .V!lfxe4 de 2 S . a4 e3 3 3
29. i f3+-] leads after 27 .V!lfg3 geS 2 s .ic6
2 2
to White's advantage.
However, B lack c an try to i mprove on
a b c d e f 9 h
move 25 :
A) 25 . . . E1e4 The position has simplified, and B l ack
A I ) 26.ib7 b5 ! ? [26 . . . ge 1 + 27 . m f2 ge4 needs only to avoid allowing White to cre­
28. i a6± ; 26 . . . ge2 27.V!lff4] ; ate a passed pawn, and to pay attention to

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mate threats. These two tasks are not too
difficult for B l ack, who is effectively the
exchange up. The only real danger could
arise in an endgame, if White were able to
activate his ' extra' king.
26.a4
26.�d2 ? ! �a3 ! is weaker.
If 26.�f2 �xc3 27 .�xb6, then 27 . . . �a l + !
2 8 . i fl � x a 2 2 9 . � f6 � a l = ( G e l fand ,
Kapengut) .
26 .. :�el +
O r 2 6 . . . � c 8 ? 2 7 . � f2 � x c 3 ( 2 7 . . . � c 5
2 8 .�f6+-) 2 8 .�xb6+- (Gelfand, Kapen­
gut) .
27.'kt>h2 l!c8
27 . . .�h4+ is sufficient for a draw, but Black
would like to continue the game.
28.�d3 �e5+
Or 2 8 . . . �xc3 29.�d4 �g3+ 3 0 . � g l �e3+
(Gelfand, Kapengut) .
29.�g3 �xc3 30.�f4
If 3 0.�xc3 �xc3 3 1 . 'kt> g l �e3 ! (Gelfand,
Kapengut) .
30 ... �c7 3 1 .'kt>g3 �c3 + !
3 1 . . .�xf4+ fai ls t o 3 2 . � x f4±, when
White' s king reaches the e-file.
32.'kt>h2
3 2 . � g4 is stro n g l y met by 3 2 . . . � c 2 !
(Gelfand, Kapengut) .
32 .. :�c7 33.'kt>g3 �c3+
Draw

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1.5.5. Exercises

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

71 1 1 ...7 74 1 5.7

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8

7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

72 1 2. . .7 75 1 8. . .7

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7 7

6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

73 13...7 76 15 . . . 7

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It�
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8
7 7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

77 13.? 80 13...?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7
6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

78 19.? 81 15. . .?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8
7 7 7 7
6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

79 14. . . ? 82 23 . ? . .

1 52
Il�
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

83 29 . . . ? 86 20 . . . ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

84 1 3.? 87 1 8.?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

85 15...? 88 20. ?

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Jt<t>
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

89 24 . ? 92 22 . ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

90 1 6. ? 93 1 9.?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9
8 8 8 8
7 7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

91 16... ? 94 2 1 .?

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a b c d e f 9 h �f3 I S . :1:1f3 [ I S .gf iWh4� 1l:1:1f6-h6] iWd4
8 8 Black regains his pawn in an equal posi­
7 7 tion.
6 6 1 2.:1:1e6 ! ? is stronger, but by replying
5 5 1 2 . . . �c7 ! (another typical plan), B l ack ex­
4 4
erts unpleasant pressure on the d4-pawn.
After 1 3 .ct:Jbd2 iWd4 1 4.iWe2 iWd8 I S .b3 �d6
3
Read-Mohrlok, eorr 1 992 Black gradually
2 2
managed to neutralise his opponent's ini-
tiative.
a b c d e f 9 h
-42 .
9S 22.?
Ex .72 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.ct:Jf3 ct:J f6 3.ct:Je5 d6 4.ct:Jf3
ct:J e4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.e4 e6
9.:1:1e 1 �f5 1 0.iWb3 ct:J a6 1 1 . ct:J e3 de 1 2.iWe4)
a b c d e f 9 h Emelin-Avrukh, USSR eh J Alma-Ata
8 8 1991
7 7 1 2 . . . �e6 does not succeed after 1 3 .iWa4
6 6 ct:J acS 1 4.dc ct:JcS I S .�h7 mh7 1 6.iWc2 mg8
5 5 17 . ct:J gS ! ? (Serper, Hasin) . Instead there
4 4
follows a standard blow, featuring an unu­
sual motif: B l ack vacates the d6-square for
3 3
his knight.
2 2
12 . . . � h 2 ! 1 3 . m h2 ct:J d 6 1 4 . iW b3 � d 3
1 5 . � g5 iW e 7 1 6 . :1:1 e7 iW e 8 1 7 .� f4 � e 4
a b c d e f 9 h
18.iWe2 ct:J f5 19.:1:1e5 �e6 20.g4 ct:J e7 2 1 .mg3
96 20 . ? ct:J b4, and White has no compensation for
the pawn . (-3 1 7)

Ex . 7 3 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.ct:Jf3 ct:J f6 3.ct:Je5 d6 4.ct:Jf3


1.5.6. Answers ct:J e4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.e4 e6
9.:1:1e1 :1:1e8 10.ct:Je3 ct:J e3 ll .be �g4! 1 2.�g5
Ex.7 l (1 .e4 e5 2.ctJ f3 ct:J f6 3.ct:J e5 d6 4.ct:Jf3 :1:1e1 1 3.iWe1 ) Huebner-Timman, Rotter­
iiJe4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.e4 e6 dam 1 988
9.!'Iel ig4 ! ? 10.�e4 de 1 1 .:1:1e4) B ad is 1 3 . . . iWc8 ? 1 4.�e7 �e7 I S .iWe7 h6
The advance of the f-pawn is typical of 1 6. ct:J eS �e6 1 7 .f4-+ (Novik-Meiers, Len­
many lines of the Petroff Defence. Here it ingrad 1 989). 1 3 . . .iWf8 fails to l 4 .iWe3 ct:Jd7
enables Black to drive back the white rook l S . :1:1e l , seizing the open file. Correct is
and thereby weaken the white centre . 13 ...iWd7 14.iWe3 iWe6 [ 1 4 . . . ct:J a6? ! I S .cd cd
After l l .. . f5 1 2.:1:1e 1 �f3 1 3 .iWf3 iWh4 1 4.h3 1 6 .:1:1b I ± - Timman ] , neutralising White's
1Mid4 Hjartarson-Ye Rongguang, Novi Sad pressure on the open e-file. After 15.:1:1b1
(ol) 1990 0r l 2.:1:1e3 �f4 1 3 .:1:1d3 �c I 1 4.iWc l b6 1 6.ed cd 17.e4! iWe3 [ 1 7 . . . ct:Jd7 ! ? I 8 .cd

1 55
�dS 1 9 . E1bSoo -Ti mman] 1 8.fe ltJ c6 ! ? 19.cd Ex.76 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 4.tLlf3
ltJ b4 20.�c4 �fS Black has sufficient com­ ltJ e4 S.d4 dS 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4
pen sation for the pawn. The game ended in c6 9.Wc2 ltJ a6 1 0 .�e4 de 1 1 .�e4 l:'le8
a draw after 2 U l:b2 gc8 22. ltJ d2 �d3 ! 1 2 .Wd3 �g4 1 3 .�gS Wd7 1 4 . ltJ bd2 h6
23.�d3 ltJ d3 24.E1b1 fS ! 2S.e4! h6 26.eS ! lS.�e3) Kruppa-Rozentalis, Lvov 1 985
hg 27.ed c;i( f7 28. ltJ f3 � f6 29.d7 E1 d 8 By threatening to win the bi shop, B l ack
30J'!d l g 4 3 U '!d3. forces a weakening of the kingside :
-44. IS . . .fS ! (-Ex.7 1 ) 1 6 . ltJ b3 � f3 17.gf Wif7
18.f4 ltJ b4 19.Wc3 �hS� (-47) 20. tLl d2 g5
Ex.74 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 4.ltJf3 21 .c;i(h1 ltJ dS 22.cd gf 23. ltJ c4 [or 23J�g l
ltJ e4 S.d4 dS 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4 � h 7 24. E1g2 fe 2 5 . fe E1 g 8 2 6 . E1 ag l E:\g2
c6 9.�c2 fS 1 0 . ltJ c3 ltJ a 6 l l .cd ltJ b 4 27 . E1g2 �d l 2 8 . E1 g 1 �e2 2 9 . E1g2=1 Wif3
1 2 .�dl ltJ c3 1 3 .bc ltJ d 3 1 4 . � d 3 c d ) 24.c;i(gl Wg4 2S.c;i(hl �f3 26.�gl fe 27.fe
Ernst-Machado, Malmo 1986 �g4 28.�hl �e4 29. c;i(gl Wg4 30.'kt>hl
In thi s line the b7- and dS-pawns are often �e4 31 .�gl 112 : 112
exposed to attack.
lS .�bS ( - 3 3 2/11 .cd/A ) � h8 ( i ndirectly Ex.77 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 4.tLlf3
protecting the pawn) 16.�h 1 A typical idea: ltJ e4 S.d4 dS 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4
White prevents the discovered check which c6 9 . W c2 ltJ a 6 1 0 . a 3 fS 1 l . ltJ c3 tLl c7
is p o s s i b l e a ft e r c a p t u r i n g the p a w n . 12. ltJ e2 ltJ e6) Timman-Salov, Saint John
1 6 ... �c7 17.�a3 a 6 18.�b3 �d6 19J!fe1 cm(2) 1988
f4 20.�d6 Wd6 21 .E1eS, with a big advan­ White follows a logical plan : gaining space
tage to White . on the queenside, he also prepares the inva­
sion of his knight at eS .
Ex.7S ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 4.ltJf3 13.b4 �h8 [ 1 3 . . . �d7 ! ? N48] 14.�b2 Wie8
ltJe4 S.d4 dS 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4 [ 1 4 . . . E1f6 ! ?] lS.gae1 �hS 16.ltJeS f4 17.11
c6 9.Wc2 ltJ a 6 1 0.�e4 de 1 l .We4 ltJ b4 (White plays very consi stently, avoiding the
12.ltJgS fS 1 3.We2 f4 14. ltJ f3 �g4 IS.a3 temptation to win a pawn after 1 7 .�e4 de
�f3 1 6.gfWh4 17.�e6 c;i(h8 18.ab?) Klaic­ 1 8 .�e4 because of 1 8 . . . �eS [ 1 8 . . . liJ g5
Grodzensky, corr 1989 1 9 . ct:J f4 ! � h 6 2 0 . �e3 E1 f4 2 1 .�c I ! + - j
By precise manoeuvres B l ack drives the 1 9 . � e5 � e 5 2 0 . de f 3 2 1 . g f ct:J g 5 ! =
white queen off the h 3 - c 8 d i agonal and Timman) ltJ 4gS 18.cd cd -Pos . 7 8 .
launches an irresistible attack:
18 .. J'!f6 19.�d7 gg6 20.c;i(hl gd8 21 .�fS Ex.78 (Continuation o f Ex.77).
ggS 22.�e6 �hS 23. ltJ d2 (after 23 .�e2 Although B lack ' s pieces are quite active.
E1e8 24 .�d I B l ack has a pleasant choice be­ they are not creating any real threats. He
tween 24 . . . E1e6 l'i �h2 ! and 24 . . . �h3 2S .E1g I has still not completed his development.
E1e l ! ! -+ - Grodzensky, Gubin) gg6 (-3401 There are no real weaknesses in B l ack's
B) 24.�g6 hg 2S.ga7 �b4 26.gb7 �d2 p o s i t i o n , e x c e p t for the d 5 - paw n . The
27.�d2 Wf3 2 8 . � gl gd4 29.�c3 �g4 straightforw ard 1 9 .�b3 is w e l l m e t b)
30.�h1 f3 31 .gg1 �gl ! 0-1 1 9 . . . ct:J c 7 . A subtle prophylactic move ena­
bles Timman to tie the black knight to the

1 56
defence of the f4-pawn and creates the threat Black could have played 19 ... f6 ! ? 20.ib2
of �b3 : fe 2 1 .ie5 tiJ e6°o (Salov ) .
19.ic1!± ie5- 20.de id7 2 1.ib2± (-3S0), -362 .
and White gained a big advantage.
Ex . 8 2 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.tiJf3 tiJ f6 3.tiJe5 d6 4.tiJf3
Ex.79 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.tiJf3 tiJ f6 3.tiJe5 d6 4.tiJf3 tiJ e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 8.e4
�e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 8.e4 e6 9.tiJe3 tiJ e3 10.be ig4 11.�bl de 12.ie4
c6 9.�e2 tiJ a6 1 0.a3 ig4 l l .ie4 ? ! de b5 13.id3 tiJ d7 14.h3 ih5 15.ie4 �e8
12.�g5 if5 13.tiJc3 �e8 14.�el ) 16.�d3 ig6 17.ig6 hg 1 8.e4 a6 19.�dl
Ljubojevic-Timman, Linares 1 988 �a5 20.ie3? �a2 2 1 . tiJ d2 �a5 22.�al
The black e4-pawn i s under attack, but as is �d8 23.�a6?)
known from Ex .7 1 the retreat of the b ishop Dvoiris-Koehiev, Volgograd 1 985
enables him to counterattack against the Black won in one move with the instructive
white centre . blow 23 ... tiJ e5, and if 24.dc, then 24 . . . ih2 .
14 ...ie7 !+ 15.�b3? ! -3741B .
Better is I S .ie3, although after I S . . . �d6
16.g3 �g6 1 7 .f3 ef 1 8 .�f2 (Timman) B lack Ex . 8 3 ( 1 .e4 e 5 2.tiJf3 tiJ f6 3.tiJ e5 d 6 4.tiJf3
retains the advantage. tiJ e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 8.e4
15".�d4 1 6.ie3 tiJ e5 ! -+ e6 9 . tiJ e3 tiJ e3 1 0 . b e de l 1 . i e4 ig4
-3S 9 /ll .ie4/A . 12.�d3 tiJ d7 13.tiJ g5 tiJ f6 1 4.h3 ih5 15.f4
h6 1 6.g4 hg 17.fg tiJ g4! 18.hg �d7 19.9h
Ex.SO (1 .e4 e5 2.tiJf3 tiJ f6 3.tiJe5 d6 4.tiJf3 �g4 20.�f2 �ae8 21 .�gl �h4 22.�g2 b5
�e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 8.e4 23.ib3 �e4? ! 24.�f3 ! ih2 ! ? 25.�h l ? �g4
c6 9.�e2 tiJ a6 1 0 .a3 ig4 l l .e5 i e 7 2 6 . � f1 �g3 ! 27.�e6 �h3 28.�f2 �f5
12.�e5 ie5 13.de) Timman-Salov, Saint 29.�el)
John em(4) 1988 Psakhis-Mikhalchishin, Klaipeda 1988
An important theoretical position. The threat As is often the case in such a sharp posi­
of 1 4. f3 forces Black to capture on cS . But tion, the margin between winning and los­
after 1 3 . . . lLl acS ? ! l 4 .f3 ! �b6 [ 1 4 . . . lLl d 3 ? ing is no more than one move. In the game
I S .Wd3 ILl c S 1 6 .�c2+- -Shakarov] l S .ie3 Black opted for 29 . . . !"i:c8?, and after 30.ie6 !
d4 16.id4 !"i:fd8 l 7 .ie4 !"i:d4 1 8 .ih7 I!ih8 resigned i n v iew of 30 . . . �e6 3 1 .�e6 fe
1 9.fg ILlb3 20.l!ih 1 lLlal 2 1 .�fS Shakarov­ 3 2 . !"i:h2+- . The opposite result would have
Rozentalis, eorr 1986 White gained an ad­ occurred after 29 ... igl ! 30.�dl [30.id2
vantage ( - 3 60) . S tronger is 13 . . . tiJ ee5 �f2 3 1 .l!id l !"i:d3-+ ; 30.�g6 !"i:e8+ - ] �d3
14.ih7 �h8 15.b4 (-Pos . 8 1 ) . 31 .id2 ie3-+ (Psakhis).
- 3 8 7/17 ... b51B242 1 .
Ex . S l (Continuation of Ex.80).
Now 1 5 . . . lLld7 fails to 1 6 .ib2 g6 1 7 .ig6 fg Ex . 84 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.tiJf3 tiJ f6 3.tiJ e5 d 6 4.tiJf3
1 8.Wg6±1-t (Salov) . The queen sortie, typi­ tiJe4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 8.e4
cal of the Petroff Defence, is much stronger: e6 9 . tiJ c3 tiJ e3 1 0.be ig4 1 1 .�el tiJ d7
15...�h4 1 6.id3 tiJ d3 1 7.�d3 tiJ e7 [ 1 7 . . . 12.e5 ie7)
�h7 ! ') -Salov] 18.h3 ih5 19.f4, and here Ziatdinov-Zagrebelny, USSR 1985

1 57
A typical manoeuvre by White provokes a In the game Black automatically opted for
weaken ing of Black's kingside. There fol­ 20 . . . Ela8 ? Thi s move was efficiently met by
lowed: 13 . .ig5 ! ? (-Pos. 7 3 ) f6 14 ..ib4 gfi 2 1 .gd I . Black lost the thread after 2 1 . . E!d8.

[ 1 4 .. . 1:l:e8 ! ? ) 15JMic2 [ 1 5 .1!h'b l ctJ f8) g5 ? ! 22.mf( 1!h'd5 ? [22 . . . h5 23 .1!h'e4 b5co -Ti m­
[ 1 5 . . . ctJ f8 1 6. ctJ e51 1 6 ..ig3 lLl fS 17.lLld2± . man] and allowed his opponent to develop
It i s important to note that if 1 3 . . . 1!h'g5 an irresi stible attack: 2 3 . Ele3 f5 ? [023 . . c3) .

1 4 . ctJ g5 .id l 1 5 . .ih7 mh8 1 6 .Elad l , then 24.1!h'h4+- f4 25 . Ele7 h5 26.1!h'f6 1 -0.
1 6 . . . �d8 fai l s 1 7 .�f5 ctJc5 1 8 . ctJ f7 (cf. line Much stronger is 20... f5 as suggested by
56). Ti m m an and tested i n the game 0 1 1 -

Better for Black was 1 3 . . . ctJ f6 1 4.1!h'd2 �f3 Akopian, Manila 01 1992. After 2 1 .V9h4!
1 5 . gf h6 [ 1 5 . . . mh8 1 6 . mh l ±l@ -Ziatdinov] Ela8 22.Elh3 h5 White cou ld have pl ayed
1 6 .�h6 ctJ h5°o (Forintos, Haag). 2 3 . m h I ! ? (Akopian) or 23 .�b2 E!d8 24.E!e I
- 3 8 8 /11 .ge l/A . E!d7 ! (011), with double-edged play.
-404.
Ex . 8 5 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.lLlf3
lLl e4 5.d4 d5 6 ..id3 .id6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4 Ex . 8 7 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLl e5 d6 4.ltlf3
c6 9.cd cd 10.lLlc3 lLl c3 ll .bc .ig4 12.gbl lLl e4 5.d4 d5 6 ..id3 .id6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4
b6 13.gb5 .ic7 14.c4 dc! 15 ..ie4) Short­ c6 9.cd cd 10.lLlc3 lLl c3 ll .bc .ig4 12J"J:bl
Timman, Hilversum m(4) 1989 b6 13.gb5 .ic7 14.h3 a6 15.hg ab 1 6.�c2
Black exploits some tactical features of the g6 1 7 . .ib5 1!h'd 6 ? ) I v a n c h u k - Bareev,
position in order to complete his develop­ Linares 1993
ment: 1 8 .�h6 is met by E!c8 1 9 . ctJ e5 f6co (lvan­
15 . . . lLl c6! (-5 7) . Weaker was 1 5 . . . 1!h'd6 ? ! chuk) . Stronger is the routine 18.g3 ! , threat­
[l1.if3 ] 1 6 .Ele l [ 1 6.g3 ! ? ctJc6 1 7 .�f4 1!h'd7 ening �f4 and preparing play along the h­
1 8 .�c7 1!h'c7 1 9 .�h7] ctJ c 6 1 7 . El d5 1!h'b4 file after mg2 and E!h I .
1 8 .a3 ! 1!h'b3 1 9 . � h7 m h 7 20 . ctJ g5 m g 8 1 8 . . . ga7 [ 1 8 . . . 1!h'e6 ! ? 1 9 .95 ctJ c 6 20.ge l
2 1 .1!h'g4±1-+ (S hort) . After the text move 1!h' d 7 2 l . c 4 t I v an c h u k ] 1 9 J % e l ltl d 7 �
there are several ways for White to win the [0 1 9 . . . ctJ c6] -Pos . 8 8 .
exchange : -4 1 9/17 ...Wd6 .
A) 1 6.�a3 1!h'f6 ! (Timman);
B) 1 6 . .ic6 1!h'd6 1 7 .�a8 �f3 1 8 .�f4 1!h'f4 Ex . 8 8 (Continuation of Ex.87)
1 9 .93 �d 1 20.gf �f4� (Hertneck) ; By restricting the black knight and seizing
C ) 1 6.gg5 .if3 1 7 .Wf3 Wd6 l I 7 . . . ctJ d4 control of the kingside, White obtains a de­
1 8 . �h7 ! m h 7 1 9 . 1!h' h5 m g 8 2 0 . El g 7 = - cisive advantage :
Timman] 18.gg3 lLl d4 19.1!h'g4 g6 20 . .ia8 20.g5! [l1�f4] gd8 21 .a4 lLl b8 [2 l . . . �f8
In all these cases Black obtains excellent 22.�f4+-] 22. lLl h2! 1!h'fS 23. lLl g4 id6 .

compensation. Pos . 8 9 .
-Pos. 86.
Ex . 8 9 (Continuation o f Ex.88)
Ex . 8 6 (Continuation of Ex.85). By including his rook in the attack along
Someti mes the most difficult thing for a the h-file, White forces a win: 24.@g2 ! cj;Jh8
player is to refrain from winning material . 25.ghl Wg7 26.lLlf6 h5 27.Wd l , and the

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threat of 2S.Elh5 is irresi stible. In thi s line B l ack must pay attention to the
advance a4-a5 . After 22.a5 lLl c8? White
Ex .90 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.lLlf3 s t r u c k a t h e m a t i c b l o w : 2 3 . � h7 � h 7
lLl e4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4 24.E:h5 �g8 25.�f5 f6 [ 2 5 . . . g 6 26.iMff6 gh
c6 9.lLlc3 lLl c3 1 0.bc �g4 ll .cd cd 12J:l:bl 27 .�h6+-] 26.E:e l lLl e7 27.�e6 E:f7 28.E:e4
lLld7 13.h3 �h5 14Jl:b7 lLl b6 15.�d2 �c8) �c6 29.d5 �a4 30.�d6± . The best option
An important theoretical position. Besides was 22 . . . CLld7, although White obtai ns ex­
the cautious 1 6 .�a6 �c6 1 7 . CLl e5 ! iMfb7 cellent compensation after 2 3 .iMfg4 CLl f6
1 8 .ib7 �d I 1 9 . � aS �e2 ! 2 0 . El e l � c 4 [ 2 3 . . . El fd S ! ? 2 4 . � h7 � h 7 25 . El h5 � g S
2 1 .ic6 ElcS 2 2 . a4;1; Lutovinov-Borisov, 26 .iMfh4 f6 27 J%hS �f7 2S .iMfh5 �e6 29.Ele I
corr 1986, White has a tactical possibi l ity : CLl e5oo] 24.Wh4.
16.ih 7 ! �h7 1 7 .CLlg5 �g6 I S .g4 �g4 1 9 .hg -439/C3 .
Wb7 20.Ele l ! � ,1iMfc2+- (Akopian). A bet­
ter defensive possibil ity is 1 6 . . . �hS 1 7 . Elb6 Ex .93 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.lLlf3
ab 1 8 .ib l ;l; (Akopian). lLl e4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4
-426/15 ... �c8 . c6 9.lLlc3 lLl c3 1 0.bc �g4 ll .cd cd 12.E:bl
lLl d7 13.h3 �h5 14.E:b5 lLl b6 15.c4 �f3
Ex.9 1 (1.e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.lLlf3 16.�f3 dc 17.�c2 E:b8 1 8.a4 a6) Kudrin­
liJe4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4 Machado, Thessaloniki 01 1 988
c6 9.cd cd 10.lLlc3 lLl c3 ll .bc �g4 12.E:b l There follows a standard manoeuvre, allow­
IiJ d7 13.h3 �h5 1 4.a4 b 6 1 5 J� b5 lLl f6 ing White to gain a tempo for developing
16.ig5) Ivanchuk-Rozentalis, Lvov 1 987 his initiative 19.�g5 ! [ - Pos .73 and S4] �c7
1 6 . . ie7 1 7 .g4 �g6 100ks passive ( 1 7 . . . a6 ! ?
. [ 1 9 .. .f6 20.iMfh5 h6 2 1 .�h6� ab 22.iMfg6 iMfc7
deserves consideration). Yet, again i n thi s 2 3 . iMf h7 � f7 2 4 . El e l El g S 25 . iMf g6 � fS
case White has n o clear way t o obtain an 26.iMff6+-] 20.�h7 !
advantage: Black meets an attack on the d5- The active rook on the fifth rank gives White
pawn with a counterattack on the c3 -pawn . numerous tactical possibilities (-Ex . 9 1 -96).
For instance, I S . CLl e5 ! ? ElcS ! ? ; I S .�g6 hg The immediate 20.�f6 g6 2 1 .Wh5 is strong­
1 9 .Wb3 ElcS Poliakov-Raetsky, corr 1 988 ly met by 2 1 . . .�f4 ! (Kudri n ) .
or 1 9 .if6 if6 20.iMfb3 ElcS ! (-432 for more 2 0 ... � h 7 2 1 . � h5 � g 8 2 2 . � f6 � h 2 !
details). Rozentali s opts for the i mmediate 23.cj;Jhl �d6?
attack on the c 3 -paw n : 1 6 . . . E:c8 1 7.�f6 The dec i s i ve mi stake. B lack had to keep
1 1 7.�d5 ? ih2] �f6 1 8.E:d5 �f3 19.�f3 �f3 control of the g5-square. Essential was 23 . . .
20.gf l'!c3 2U l:d6 E:d3= (-63) . iMff4 ! 24.�g7 �g7 25 . Elg5 �f6 26.Wh6 �e7
2 7 . Ele5 �d7 2 S .iMfb6� ( Kudri n) El fe S ! ? ,
Ex.92 (1 .e4 e 5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.lLlf3 maintaining counter-chances.
liJe4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �d6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4 24.�g7 <tig7 25.E:g5 <tif6 26.E:e l !
c6 9.cd cd 1O.lLlc3 lLl c3 ll .bc �g4 1 2.E:b l This i s the point ! Now 2 6 . . . ElhS loses after
IiJd7 13.h3 �h5 14.E:b5 lLl b6 15.c4 �f3 27.Elf5+-. White wins the black queen,
16.�f3 dc 17.�e4 �d7 1 8.a4 E:ab8 1 9.�f5 while retai ning a strong attack.
�c6 20.ie4 �d7 2 1 .�f5 �c7 ? ! ) 26...�e6 27.E:e6 fe 28.E:g6 cj;Je7 29.E:g7 1 -0
Holmsten-Lelchuk, Helsinki 1 992 -65.

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Ex .94 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.lLlf3 Ex.96 ( 1 .e4 e5 Vijf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.liJf3
lLl e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 8.e4 lLl e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 8.c4
e6 9.ed cd 1 0.lLl e3 lLl e3 ll .be ig4 12Jl:bl e6 9.lLlc3 lLl e3 10.be ig4 l l .ed cd 12.h3
lLl d7 13.h3 ih5 14J�b5 lLl b6 15.e4 if3 ih5 13.:gbl lLl d7 14.:gb5 lLl b6 15.e4 if3
16.'I1*If3 de 17.ie2 'I1*Id7 18.a4 ie7 19J�e5 16.'I1*If3 de 17.ie2 'I1*Id7 1 8.a4 :gab8 19.ig5
id6 20J'l:g5 ie7?) ie7) Gavrilov-Frog, eorr 1989
Adams-Anand, Oakham 1 990 There follows a tactical blow, known from
White missed an opportunity to decide the Ex .93 :
game by a winning combination: 20.if6! 'I1*Id6! The capture of the bishop
21 .:gg7! Wg7 22.if5 and now: loses : 20 . . . gf 2 1 .'I1*Ih5 Bfe 8 22 .'I1*Ih6 if4
A) 22 . . . 'I1*Id6 2 3 . 'I1*I g4 m h 8 2 4 . � h 5 h6 23 .ih7 mh8 24.�f6+- (Gavrilov). 20 . . . We6
25 .ih6+-; also does not hel p : 2 1 . Bh5 h6 [2 l . . .Wf6
B) 22 . . . 'I1*Id4 23 .ie3 ! 2 2 . i h7 m h 8 2 3 . i g6 m g 8 2 4 . B h S + - j
B l ) 2 3 . . . � e 5 2 4 . � g4 m h 8 2 5 .id4+­ 22. Bg5 ! ! g6 23 .ig6 fg [ 2 3 . . . h g 24.ih7+-j
(Anand); 24 .Bg6 mf7 [24 . . . mh7 25 .'I1*Ih5 if4 26.�g7
B2) 23 . . . 'I1*Ih4 24 . g 3 �f6 2 5 . �g4 m h 8 mh8 27 .'I1*Ig6+-] 25 .Bg7 me8 26.'.Wh5 �f7
26.id4+-; 2 7 . B f7 �f7 2 8 . B e l m f8 2 9 . '.Wh6+­
B3) 23 . . . �b2 24.�g4 mf6 2 5 . �g5 me5 (Gavrilov).
26 .'I1*Ie7 mf5 27 . g4+- . 2 1 .ie5 'I1*Ie7 [2 l . . .�d7 ? 22.ig7+-] 22.a5
-449/1 8 ... ie71B 1l . It turns out that the black knight has no good
retreat square. 22 . . . ctJc8 loses after the stand­
Ex .95 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.lLlf3 ard sacrifice: 2 3 .ih7 mh7 24.�h5 �g8
lLl e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 id6 7.0-0 0-0 8.e4 25 .ig7 f6 26 .'I1*Ih 8 mf7 27.if8 �f8 2S .WhS
e6 9.ed cd 10.lLle3 lLl e3 ll .be ig4 1 2.:gbl m g 8 2 9 . B e l ctJ d6 3 0 . B C5 B c 8 3 1 .�e3±
lLl d7 13.h3 ih5 14.:gb5 lLl b6 15.e4 if3 (Gavrilov). Black opted for 22... lLl a8, but
1 6.'I1*If3 de 17.ie2 'I1*Id7 18.a4 ie7 19.:ge5 after 23.ih7 ! ? [ 2 3 . Bb7;!;] mh7 24.WhS
id6 20.:gb5 ie7 2 1 .:gc5 id6) Timman­ Wg8 25.ig7 f6 26.'I1*Ih8 Wf7 27.ifS �f8
Anand, Tilburg 1991 28.'I1*Ih5 m g8 29.'I1*IdS White was c learly
A standard advance (-Ex .92) at an unex­ better.
pected moment gives White a big advan­ 45 1/1 9 ... ie7 .
tage :
22.a5 ! ± lLl e8
The point of White 's idea becomes clear
after 22 . . . ic5 2 3 . dc, when 23 . . . tt:l c8 fails to
24. a6± (Timman), 23 . . . ctJ a4 fails to 24.c6,
and 23 . . . ctJd5 is strongly met by 24.Bd I Bfd8
23 .ie4.
23.if5 'I1*Id8 24.a6 lLl e7 25.ab :gb8 26.ig5 !
f6 27.ie6 Wh8 28.if4 if4 29.'I1*If4 :gb7
30.d5 lLl g6 31 .'I1*Ie4±
-
449/18 ie71B2 .
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Chapter 6

1.6.1. Overview

This chapter consists of two parts. The first is 1 1 . . .dc 1 2 .:!xc4 :!e7 1 3 .:!g5 'Wc8 as sug­
considers B lack' s attempt to save time on gested by Forintos, yet even in this case
the move . . . :!e7 for the sake of the imme­ White's initiative is very unpleasant. Nowa­
diate attack on the centre by 6 . . . ct'lc6 and days the 7 . . . ct'lc6 system is in a deep crisis.
7 ig4. When studying this system from
. . . The second part of this chapter deals with
the point of view of Black, one should note Black's various possibilities on move seven,
that White can include the moves �e 1 :!e7 except for the main continuation 7 . . . ct'lc6.
and thereby switch to the v ariations of The 7 . . . ct'l d6 system looks somewhat pas­
chapter 8. sive. White ' s possibilities are illustrated by
As practice has shown, the variation 9 . cd positions 1 02- 1 06 .
does not promise White an advantage (­ The system with the move . . . :!f5 requires
positions 97-9 8 ; -69). The pawn sacrifice further practical testing (-74, 7 7 ) .
9.l/Jc3 is more dangerous for B l ack. In this When studying the positions of the system
case 9 ... :!xf3 1 O.'Wxf3 ct'l xd4 1 1 .'We3 (-70- 7 . . . 0-0 8 .c4 ct'l f6, one should take into con­
7 1 ) leads to very sharp play. White is capa­ sideration that they can also arise from the
ble of developing a strong attack, although Queen ' s Gambit Accepted (D20) . For in­
Black has sufficient defensive resources at stance, after the moves l . d4 d5 2 . c4 dc
his d isposal (-positions 99- 1 00). Another 3 . ct'l c 3 e5 4 . e 3 ed 5 . ed ct'l f6 6 .:!c4 :!e7
queen move - 1 1 .'Wh3 - would appear to 7 . ct'l f3 0-0 8 .h3 ct'l bd7 9 . 0-0 ct'l b6 1 O.:!b3
create more serious problems for B lack. He c6 1 1 . � e l ct'l bd5 the position of line 7 8
was unable to solve his defensive problems arises. I n those cases where the opening
in the game Kupreichik-Yusupov, Minsk was the Queen ' s Gambit Accepted, the nu­
USSR ch 1 987 (-game 4), as well as in two meration of moves has been altered. Some
correspondence games: Nadanian-Sharba­ ideas, which are potentially conditioned by
to v, 1 993 and Pletanek -Dufek, 1 992 (po­ the pawn structure of the position, are il­
sition 1 0 1 ) . Possibly, the best continuation lustrated by positions 1 07 - 1 1 0.

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1.6.2. Theory

6 ... tLl c6

a b c d e f 9 h

6 6

5 5

4 4

3 3

a b c d e f 9 h

l .e4 e5 2 . tLl f3 tLl f6 3 . tLle5 d6


4 . tLl f3 tLl e4 5 . d4 d5 6 .1d3 tLlc6

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 IS
45 7 4 60 63 4
69 0 _ 0455 C4 cd \W fJ \W e2 ibS l2l c 3 4 ic6 :1% d 1 46
45 6 8 45 61 462
i g4 l2l f6 45 ifJ \W dS 9 ie t \W d6 0-0 be :1% fe8 4 65 =

1 . e4 e5 2 . tLl f3 tLl f6 3 . tLle5 d6 4 . tLl f3 tLl e4 5 . d4 d5 6.1d3


tLlc6 7 . 0-0 194 8 . c4 tLl f6 9 . tLl c 3 1f3 466 1 O .�f3 tLl d4467

11 12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19
468 47 1 4 73 475 4 77
70 \W e 3 cd l2l dS i e4 a4 :1% d 1 \W fJ id 3 idt79
6
l2l dS 4 9
7
bS 4 O 64
72 4 74 4 76 aS 4
78 480
l2l e6 \W dS \W a i e7 :1% d 8 ib4
=

\W \W
482 3 4 84
71 b4 \W h 3 \WC
81 83 8
0 _ 04 g6 4 l2l g S 4 5 �

87 1
72 \W h 3 ic 44 ig S \W d 3 i f6 4 9 l2l dS f4
4 86 88 8
dC ie t 84 9 l2l e 6 49O i f6 id 8
\W C

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455 7.c4? ib4 8 .id2 l2l d2't Preszynak­ 8.l2lc3 f5
Radnoti, Budapest 1992 A) 9 . �el ie7 [ 9 . . . if3 ? 1 O.gf l2l d4
7.tLJbd2 1 1 .�e3+-] Forintos, Haag;
A) 7 . . . ifS 8 .�e2 -7.�e2 ; B) 9 .Ei: e l ie7 1 O.h3 if3 l l .gf l2l c 3 1 2.bc
B) 7 . . . ctJf6 8 . 0-0 ie7 -S40/8 ... l2l f6 . 0-0 1 3 .mh l id6 1 4.Ei:g l �h4 1 5 .�f1 if4't
C) 7 . . . l2ld6 8 .0-0 ie7 -S40/8 ... l2l d 6 Ghinda-Forintos, Berlin 1987;
7.1!I1e2 ifS [7 . . . �e7 8.0-0 ig4 -2S4/6...i g4/ C) 9.h3 if3 1 O.gf l2l c 3 l l .bc �f6 1 2.Ei:e l
DJ 8 .4Jbd2 �e7 9 . 0-0 ie7 1 3 . c4 dc 1 4 .ic4 0-0-0 [ 1 4 . . . �d4
A) 9 . . . 4Jd2 1 O.�d2 id3 1 1 .�:d3 0-0-0 1 5 .�d4 l2l d4 1 6 .ia3 !±] 1 5 .c3 id6 1 6 .f4
AI) 1 2 .ie3 ? f6 1 3 . a3 �e4 1 4 .�d l gS Ei:de8 1 7 .ie3 h6°o Speelman-Seirawan,
l S J'k l id6 1 6.c4 dc 1 7 .l:k 4 l2l e7 1 8 . l2l d2 Reykjavik 1990.
VIi fS 't Kupreichik-Agzamov, USSR ch 8.Ei:el
1985; A) 8 . . . f5 ? ! 9 . c4
A2) 1 2 J�1e l A l ) 9 . . . id6? ! 1 0.cd if3 1 l .�f3 [ 1 l .gf �h4
A21) 1 2 . . . �d7 1 3 . l2l e5 l2l eS 1 4.de ie7 1 2 .fe (Bilguer) �h2 1 3 . mn �h3 1 4. me2
l s .if4 gSoo Mikhalchishin; l2l d4 1 5 . 'tt> d2 l2l f3 oo ] l2l d4 1 2 .�e3 �f6
A22) 1 2 . . . �d6 1 3 .id2 [ 1 3 . l2leS l2leS 1 4.de 1 3 .ie4 fe 1 4 . �� 'tt> f7 1 5 . ig5 ! ±
VIig6=] f6 1 4.a3 [ 1 4.Ei:eb l l2l b4 ! ? Forintos, Capablanca-Marshall, New York m 1910;
Haag] Wd7 [ 1 4 . . . gS I S .�f5 �Ei:e6 Forintos, A2) 9 . . . ib4 1 0. l2l c3 0-0 l l .cd if3 1 2. gf!
Haag] I S .b4 l2l e7 [ 1 5 . . . id6 ! ? Mikhal­ l2l f2 1 3 . mf2 �h4 1 4 . 'tt> g2 id6 1 5 .f4 l2l d4
chishin] 1 6.b5 l2l f5 1 7 .a4 l2l d6 1 8 . Ei:eb l 1 6 . Ei: e 3 ± Doncevic-Haubt, B undesliga
VIifS ! oo Kupreichik-Mikhalchishin, USSR 1989;
ch 1985 -39/384 ; A3) 9 . . . ie7 -640/9 ... fSIB;
B) 9 . . . 0-0-0 Mikhalchishin; B) 8 . . . ie7 -6 . . . ie7 .
C) 9 . . . 4Jd6 ! ? Mikhalchishin.
458 8 . . . l2l b4? 9.cd l2l d3 1 O .�d3 �d5
456 7...ie7 -6 . . . ie7 . 1 l .Ei:e l± Forintos, Haag.
8 ... ie7 -6 . . . ie7 .
457 8 .ie3 id6 (8 . . . ie7=) 9 . l2l c 3 (Roth­ 8 ... if3 9 .Wff3
laender-Suechting, Kie1 1893) l2l c 3 = . A) 9 . . . l2l f6
S.c3 A I ) 1 0. l2l c 3 - 70;
A) 8 . . . ie7 9.l2lbd2 [9.Ei:e 1 f5 -6 . . . ie7 ] l2l d2 A2) 1 0.cd 69 ; -

[9 . . .fS ? ! 1 O .�b3 ] 1 O.id2 -81 . B ) 9 . . . l2l d4 1 O.�e3 l2l f5 1 l .�h3 �d7 1 2 .cd
B) s.. .Wd7 9.Ei:e 1 f5 1 O.h3 ih5 1 l . l2l e5 l2l e5 l2l ed6 1 3 . l2l c3 0-0-0 1 4 .if4 l2l e7 1 5 .�h5
1 2 .�hS g6 1 3 .�e2 l2l d3 1 4.�d3 0-0-0 l2l g 6 1 6 . i@ 'tt> b 8 1 7 . a4± Psakhis­
l S .tLJd2id6= E.Csom-Rahim, Eger 1992; Martinovsky, Philadelphia 1989.
C) 8 . . . id6 9.Ei:el f5 1 O.h3 ih5 1 l .�b3
Cl) I l . . .Wf6? ! 1 2.�d5 if3 1 3 .gf 0-0-0 459 10 . . . l2ld5'?! 1 1 . Ei: e 1 [ 1 1 .ic4 ! ? ;
1 4.fe ih2 1 5 .mh2 Ei:d5 1 6.ed �d6 1 7 . 'tt> g l 1 1 . l2l c3±] ie7 1 2. l2l c3±.
VIidS± Spraggett-Sieiro Gonzalez, Havana
1986; 460 1 1 .�dS l2l d5 1 2 . l2l c 3 [ 1 2.Ei:el ie7 -
C12) 1 1 .. .'iWd7°o �O-O- O . 6 . . . ie7] 0-0-0

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A) 1 3 .ie3 g6= Feher-Forintos, Budapest 1 5 .ie3 tjj dS [ I S . . . 1W d7 ! ? i1id6 ,1:l:eS-e6]
1 990; 1 6 .1:l:ae l [ 1 6 .1:l:fc 1 tjj e3 ! 1 7 .fe 1:l:feS i1ig5°o
B) 1 3 .ie4 tjj ce7 i1tjj f6 Forintos, Haag; Timman]
C) 1 3 .ic4 ! ? A) 1 6 . . . 1:l:abS ? ! 1 7 .b3 tjj : e3 l S .IWe3 �fd8
Cl) 1 3 . . . tjj ce7 1 4 .id2 tjj c3 I S .bc tjj dS 1 9 . 1:l:fd l
1 6.1:l:fe l c6 1 7 .ib3 ia3 I S .c4 tjj f6 1 9 .ic3t A I ) 1 9 . . . if6 20.tjj e4 id4 2 1 .tjj d6 ie3 22.fe
Dvoiris-Schwartzman, Groningen 1992 - 1:l:d6 23 .1:l:d6 cd 24.1:l:c6 1:l:dS 2 S . 1:l:c7± ;
57/302; A2) 1 9 . . . cS 20.dS ifS 2 1 . tjj e4± Short­
C2) 1 3 . . . tjj cb4 1 4 .a3 tjj c3 I S . bc tjj dS Plaskett, London 1 986;
1 6 .id2 ie7 1 7 .a4 c6 I S .aSt Mukhametov­ A3) 19 . . .ifS 20.g3t Mestel-Plaskett, Lon­
Pavlenko, Yalta 1 995; don 1 9S6;
C3) 1 3 . . . tjj f6 1 4 .if7 tjj d4 I S .igS ib4°o B) 16 . . . 1:l:aeS 1 7 .1Wf3 ! IWd7 I S . tjj dSt;
Ugrinovic. C) 16 . . . 1:l:feS 1 7 .tjj dS ! ? [ 1 7 .1Wf3 lWd7 I S .tiJd5
1 1 .lW h3 cd 1 9 .if4 c6=] IWdS [ 1 7 . . . cd I S .�c2±]
A) 1 1 . . . tjj d4 1 2 .1:l:e l ie7 -6 . . . ie7 ; I S .lWc4 id6 1 9 .b3 [ 1 9 .1Wc6 1Wa2=] �e6 !
B) 1 1 . ..lWd4 1 2.tjj c3 id6 1 3 .1:l:e l c;t>fS 1 4.ifS 20.g3 1WfS [20 . . . 1:l:aeS ? ! 2 1 .IWdS cd 22.�c6±
tjj e7 I S .ie3 IWc4 1 6 . i h 6 ? [ 1 6 . 1:l: ac l oo ] Dvoretsky] 2 1 .IWc2 [2 1 .1Wc6 1:l:aeS 22.d5
tjj fS 1 7 .lWfS IWh4-+ Saulin-Makarychev, 1:l:e4 23 .ics hS !� Timman] IWhS 22.�c6
Russia ch Elista 1995. 1:l:aeS 2 3 .1Wg2 1:l:e4� Timman-Yusupov,
Tilburg cm ( 2) 1986 -411362.
461 1l ... lW e6 ! ?
A) 1 2 .ie3 0-0-0 1 3 .ic4 1Wg4 1 4 .lWg4 tjj g4 465 16.1Wf3
I s . if7 tjj d4 1 6 .id4 1:l:d4 1 7 . tjj c3 ics A) 1 6 . . . 1:l:abS
I S . 1:l: ae l b6= Schmittdiel-Howell, Biel AI) 1 7 .if4 ! ? IWd7 I S .dS cd 1 9 . tjj dS IIJd5
1993; 2 0 . 1:l: d5 id6 2 1 .id6 cd 2 2 . b 3 t Kir.
B) 1 2 .lWe6 fe 1 3 .ibS 0-0-0 1 4 .ic6 bc Georgiev;
I S .ie3 tjj dS 1 6 . 1:l: c 1 c S ! = (Kasparov) A2) 1 7 .b3 IWd7 [i1ib4] I S .dS ! cd 1 9 .1IJd5
i1 1 7 .dc tjj e3 I S .fe tjj dS 20.1:l:dS if6 2 1 .ie3 IWdS 22.lWdS �a l
Bl) I S . . . 1:l:dS ! ? 1 9 .b4 g6 [ 1 9 . . . 1:l:d3 20.c;t>f2 23 .g3t Lobron-Kir.Georgiev, San Ber­
g6] 20. tjj a3oo; nardino 1 987 -44/376
B2) I s . . . ics 1 9 . 1:l: cS 1:l: d l 20 . c;t> t2 1:l:fS B) 1 6 . . . tjj dS 1 7 . tjj dS
2 1 .i>g3 1:l:ffl ; B l ) 1 7 . . . lWdS ? ! I S .lWdS cd 1 9 .if4t
B3) I S . . . 1:l:d3 1 9.i>f2 g6 20.i>e2 1:l:e3 2 1 .i>e3 B l l ) 1 9 . . . id6 ? ! 20.id6 cd 2 1 .c;t>fl ± Short;
ih6. B 12) 1 9 . . . if6 20.ic7 1:l:e4t Short;
B 13) 1 9 . . . c6 2 0 . 1:l: ae l 1:l:acS 2 1 . c;t> f ] f6
462 12 ...lWd4? ! 1 3 . tjj c3± Timman. [2 1 . . . gS ! ? Short] 22.1:l:d3 c;t>f7 23.f3t Short­
H.Olafsson, Reykjavik 1987 -43/391
463 13 .1:l: el 0-0 1 4.ic6 bc= I S .lWe7 ? ? B2) 1 7 . . . cd I S .if4 lWd7 1 9 .1:l:ae l c6 i1�f6,
1:l:feS-+ Timman. 1:l:e6= Short.

464 15.ig5 h6 1 6.ih4 1Wd4 1 7 .lWe7 IWh4 466 9 . . . tjj b4? 1 O . 1:l: e l [ 1 0 . 1W a:\. '&d7
I S .lWc7 IWb4=. 1 1 . 1:l:el ie6 1 2.1Wd7 c;t>d7] ie6 [ 1 0 . . . �e7

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1 1 .�a4±] 1 1 .i.fS± Forintos, Haag. B2) 20.'WfS g6 2 1 .'WeS [2 1 .'Wf6 ct:l d4 ! ] f6
9 ...i.e7 [-6 . . . i.e7] l O.cd ct:l dS 1 1 .i.e4 t . 22.'Wg3 [22 .'WdS Ei:bdS 23 .'Wb3 'tt> g 7] Ei:bdS
9 . .. ct:ld4? ! 23.Ei:bd 1 [23 .i.g6? hg 24.'W g6 ct:l g7 2S .Ei:bd 1
A) l O.�e l i.d2 ! ll'Wd3 ; 2 3 . f4? fS ] i.d2 ! =t Hobuss ;
AI) 1 0 . . . ct:l e6 1 1 . ct:l eS±; B3) 20.'WhS g6 2 1 .'Wh6 'We2 ! 22.i.dS 'Wd2=t
A2) 1O . . . i.e7 1 1 . ct:l d4 dc 1 2 . ct:l fS cd 1 3 . ct:l g7 Hobuss -NICI7 1 986;
�f8 1 4.i.h6 �g8 I S .f3 t ; q 1 6 . . . ct:l d4 ! 1 7 .'We3 O-O-O ! [ 1 7 . . . ct:l e2 ? !
B) l O.cd ! ? ct:l f3 1 1 .gf i. d 7 1 2 .Ei:el i.e7 l S . � hl ct:l g3 1 9.hg 'W f l 2 0 . � h 2� ]
1 3 .�e2± Kasparov. Kasparov.
16.i.d3 'Wb6 1 7 . 'Wh3°o Makarychev.
467 10 .. dc4 1 1 .i.c4 'Wd4 1 2 .i.bS � 16.b4 i.b4 1 7 .:1'lbl i.eS l S .'Wf3 e6 1 9 .Ei:b7
0-0= .
468 11 .Ei:el i.e7 -6 . . . i.e7.
11.�d l ct:le6 1 2 .cd ct:l dS 1 3 .i.bS c6 1 4. ct:l dS 474 1 6 ... i.c5 ? ! 1 7 .'Wf3
cboo• A) 1 7 . . . Ei:dS I S .Ei:d8 [ I S . Ei:el 0-000] ct:l d S
1 9 .i.f4 ! [lli.e7t] (Makarychev)
469 12 ...i.cS? 1 3 .'Wf3 ct:l d4 1 4.Ei:el 'tt> fS AI) 1 9 . . . ct:l e6 20.i.eS ! llO-O [20 . . . ll ct:l g S
1 5 .�f4 ct:l dS 1 6 . ct:l dS 'WdS 1 7 .'Wc7 ct:l e6 2 1 . 'WfS+-] 2 1 .'WfS+- ;
1 8 .�g3 Ei:d8 1 9 .Ei:d l hS 20. h4± Karpov. A2) 1 9 . . . 0-0 20.'WhSt Forintos, Haag;
B) 1 7 . . . e6 l S .Ei:d7 ! ! (Nunn)
470 14 ... 'We5?? I S .i.c6+-. Bl) 1 8 . . . � d 7 ? 1 9 . 'W f7 i.e7 [ l 9 . . . � d 6
2 0 . i.f4 ct:l f4 2 1 .'Wf4 'tt> e7 2 2 . 'WeS � f7
471 15.'Wf3? ct:l d4. 23.'WfS �eS 24.'WcS+- Kasparov] 20.i.fS
B 1 1 ) 20 . . . 'We2 2 1 .i.e3 ;
472 15 ... 'Wb6? 1 6. aS ! ± Forintos, Haag; B 12) 20 . . . 'We4 2 1 .i.f4 ! Kasparov;
15 .. �6?
. 1 6 .i.b7 Ei:b8 1 7 .b4 ! 'Wb6 B13) 20 . . . e S 2 1 .i.gS 'Wd6 22 .i.e6 'We6
[ 1 7 . . .�e3 1 8 .i.c6 'tt> e 7 1 9 .i.e3±] 1 8 .'Wb6 23.Ei:d l ;
cb 1 9 .ic6 �d8 20.Ei:dl �c7 2 1 .bS Ei:d8 B2) I S . . . O-O ! 1 9 .i.d3 [ 1 9.b4 i.d4] 'Wb6
22Jld8 ct:ldS 23 .i.dS ct:le6 24.i.e6 fe 2S .i.f4± [ 1 9 . . . 'WaS ? 20.i.d2 ! 'Wb6 2 1 .b4 i.d4 22.aS+-
Ivanchuk-Serper, Sochi 1 986. ; 1 9 . . . bS ? 20.b4 i.b4 2 1 .'We4+-] 20.aS 'Wb4
2 1 .i.d2 !
473 16.'Wf3? B21) 2 1 . . .'Wb2? 22 .i.c3 'Wb3 23 .i.g7 'tt> g 7
A) 1 6 . . . ct:l c S ? 1 7 . b4 ct:l e4 I S .'We4 i.e7 24.'Wg4 �hS 2S.'WfS+- Kasparov;
1 9 .ig5 ! f6 [ 1 9 . . . 'We6? 20.'Wb7 ll Ei: fe l ] B22) 2 1 . . .'Wh4
2o.if4 [ ll Ei:e l ] � f7 [ 2 0 . . . 'Wc6 2 1 .'We2 B22 1 ) 22.g3 'Wf6 [22 . . . 'Wh3 ? 23 .i.fS] 23 .'Wf6
M Ue l ; Ei:ae l ] 2 1 .bS 'Wb6 [ 2 1 . . . 'We6 gfoo 24.Ei:b7? :1'lfdS 2S . Ei:b3 ct:l d4 2 6 . Ei: e 3
22.�b7+-] 22.'WdS �fS 2 3 . aS e6 24.ab cd i.b4-+ ;
25.ba+- Hobuss -NIC/7 1 986; B222) o22.Ei:b7 Ei:adS 23 .i.e3t Kasparov .
8) 1 6 . . . :1'lb8 ! ? 1 7 .b4 ib4 l S .Ei:b l cS 1 9 .i.b2 16 ... i.d6 ! ? II 0-0-0 Makarychev.
(Rausis) 0-0
81) 20.�h3 ct:l gS 2 1 .'Wg3 f6 22.i.dS �hS 475 1 7.'Wh3 Ei:dS I S .Ei:dS i.dS 1 9 .i.e3
23 .h4 ctJ e6=t Hobuss ; i.f6 ! � Kasparov.

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17.b3 if6 ! I S .Ei:a2 0-0 Kasparov. 20.'Wg4 'Wh6 2 l .ie l ! ie7 22.h4+- ; 1 9 . . .f5
2 0 . i :fS ClJ gS 2 1 .'Wb3 ct? h 8 2 2 . Ei: d7+- j
476 17 . .. c6? ! 1 8 .ifS L10-0 1 9 .'Wh3 ! ± 20.Ei:d3 ! [L1'Wh7] h S [20 . . . ClJ g S 2 1 .'Wh6 f6
Ivanchuk. 22 .idS ct?h8 23 .'W gS ! ] 2 1 .'WhS ! gh 22.�g3;
17 ... Ei:b8 ! ? B ) 1 8 .'Wf3 e6 [ I S . . . ClJ eS 1 9 .Ei:d4+- Timman;
A) I S .'Wh3 ! ?; I S . . . Ei:b8 1 9 .ib2 O-O? 20.'WfS g6 2 1 .'Wf6+­
B) 1 8 . 'WhS ! ? Rosendaal; Kasparov] 1 9 .Ei:d7 !
C) 1 8 .b4 0-0 Bl) 1 9 . . . ie7 20.Ei:b7 ClJ d4 2 1 .Ei:e7 me7
Cl) 1 9 . Ei:d7? ! Ei:bdS ! ! + [L120.Ei:e7? 'Wd6 ! ] 22 .ia3+- Kasparov;
Howell-Ivanchuk, Groningen 1 986/87 B2) 1 9 . . . ClJ d S 2 0 . i 5 0 - 0 2 1 .ib2+­
Ivanchuk -43/389; Kasparov;
C2) 1 9 .ib2 ! ?� . B3) 1 9 . . . � d 7 2 0 . 'W fl ct? d 6 2 I . i g 5 ! !
l2 l .if4? ClJ f4 22.Ei:dl ClJ dS 23 .idS Wie2
477 18.Ei:d8! ? ClJ d8 24. if3 oo ] ClJ g S [2 1 . . . Ei: h e S 2 2 . Ei:d l mc5
A) 1 9 .if4� Ivanchuk; 2 3 .ie3 � e 4 2 4 . i d 3 + - ] 2 2 . Ei:dl m c 5
B) 1 9 .ie3�. 23 .'We7 me4 24.id3 � b 3 2S .Ei:bl m c 3
26.'Wb4 � d 3 2 7 . Ei: d 1 + - Kasparov ;
478 18 . . . ClJ d4 1 9 . 'Wg4 ! [ l 9 . 'Wg3 ClJ e2 B4) 1 9 . . . 0-0 ! 20.'Wh3 g6 [20 . . . h6 2 1 .ih6]
2 0 . ie2 'We2 2 1 . Ei: d8 id8 2 2 . ie3 0-0 2 1 .ig6 ! hg 22 .ib2 C1J g7 23 .'Wh6+- Dlugy.
2 3 .id4�] 'Wf6 2 0 . i e3 ClJ e6 2 1 .'We4± ; 17 ...if6? 1 8.bS 'Wb6 1 9 .'Wb6 ab 20.!b7
18 ...'Wb6 ! ? 1 9 .ie3 'Wb2 20.Ei:ab l ia 1 2 1 .ia8 0-0 22 .ie6 Ei:d8 23 .Ei:d8 tDd8
A) 20 'Wa3 ? ! 2 1 .'Wb7 0-0 22 .'We4 g6
•.. 24.idS± Kasparov.
23 .ia7±;
B) 20 . . . 'We3°o. 482 1 8.b5 Ei:ad8 ! 't Makarychev.
18.'Wf3 Ei:adS ! 't Makarychev .
479 19.'Wb7? Ei:d3 ! -+ .
483 18 ... h6? 1 9 .'WfS [ 1 9.bS ? 'Wb6 20.!e3
480 20.ib5? ! e6 2 1 .ie6 b e 22 .'We6 �f8 ieS 2 1 .ih6 if2 22.�fl Ei:fd8 23 .ih7 mf8
23 .ib4 'Wb4 24 .Ei:d8 ClJ dS 2S .'Wd7 f2S .'WdS Kasparov] g6 2 0 . 'W e S [ 2 0 . 'Wf3] tD g 5
'Wb8 ! + ] 'We7 2 6 . Ei: d l 'Wd7 27 .Ei:d7 � e S 2 1 .ib7! 'Wb7 2 2 .ib2 f6 2 3 . Wi e 7 ±
2S.Ei:a7 hS+. Kasparov.
20 .i e3
A) 20 . . . e6 2 1 .'We4 [2 I .ie4 ! ? Ei:d I 22.Ei:d 1 484 19.b5 Ei:ad8 ! 20.Ei:e l f20 .ih6 �d l
'Wa4 23 .b3 'WaS 24.'We4�] g6 22 .ie4 Ei:d l 2 1 .Ei:d l 'Wa4] 'Wb6 .
2 3 . Ei: d l 'WfS ! 24.'WfS l 24 . 'W h4 ie71 gf 19.ib2
2S .ia7 �e7 26 .ib6± ; A) 1 9 . . . ClJ f4 ? 2 0 .'We3 ! 'We2 [20 . . . ! g 5
B) 20 . . . 0-0 2 1 .'Wb7 ClJ e S = 22 .ieS ieS 2 l . m hl L1'Wc 3 ] 2 1 .'Wd4 f6 2 2 . ! f3 '
2 3 .'WbS Y2-Y2 Timman- Yusupov, Hil­ Kasparov ;
versum m(2) 1986 -42/381 . B) 1 9 . . . ib4? 20.Ei:d3 ! ['Wh7] ClJ g7 2 l .Wih6
f6 22.Ei:d7+- Kasparov;
481 17 ...ib4? C) 1 9 . . . ClJ g S ? 2 0 . 'W h6 if6 2 I . ib7 ! + ­
A) I S .ib2 0-0 1 9 . 'W h 3 g6 [ 1 9 . . . ClJ g S Kasparov;

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D) 1 9 . . . �c4 ! B l ) I S . . . �e7 1 6.�e3 [ 1 6.�e6 fe 1 7 .�e6 �f7
Dl) 20.�b7 ? ! �adS ! [20 . . . �abS ? ! 2 1 .�dS I S .�a3 O-O ! van Kemenade] h6 1 7 .�e6 fe
�c2 22.�eS ] 2 1 .�c3 [2 1 .�dc 1 �b4 22.�a3 I S .�d4= Howell-van Kemenade, England
�b7 23 .�e7 ctJ f4 24.�g4 �feS] �d l 22.�d l 1991 -52/301;
�c3 23 .�c3 �bS Kasparov B2) IS . . . 0-0-0 ! ? 1 6 .�e6 fe 1 7 .�e6 <j;lbS ! +
D2) 20. �el �adS ! [20 . . . �b4 ? 2 1 . � e 3 ! Howell.
!'1�h7] 2 1 .�g6 [2 1 .�e3 �gS] fg 22.�e6 �c2 C) 1 3 .�bS ! [ 1 3 .�e4 ! ?] c6 1 4.�d l
Kasparov; Cl) 1 4 . . . cb I S . �dS � c S 1 6 . �e3 �b4
D3) 20.�dS !? � c2 2 1 .�eS [2 1 .�ab 1 !? �adS [ 1 6 . . .�e7 1 7 .l'!c l ± Franzen] 1 7 . ctJ bS 0-0
22.gdc l ! =] �adS I S . l'!cl iWeS 1 9 .iWg4 �e7 2 0 . ctJ c7 ctJ c7
D31) 2 2 . � d3 �gS 2 3 . � ad l c6 2 4 . � e 6 2 1 . �c7± Pletanek-Oufek, corr 1 992;
gdS ! -+; C2) 1 4 . . . ctJ ec7 l S . ctJ dS ctJ dS 1 6 .iWb3 ! -+
D32) 22.gdc 1 �d2 ! 23 .�e6 fe 24.�e6 �f7 Oolmatov, Ovoretsky;
Karpov; 0) 1 3 .�g6 !
0321) 2S.�c7? �f2 26.<j;lhl �d2 27 . �cS 01) 1 3 . . . ctJ c 3 ? 1 4.iWe6 iWe7 l S .�f7 <;£;>dS
[27.gg I �g I ! ] �fS 2S .�fS <;£;>fS 29.�cS <j;le7 1 6.�gS+- Nadanian;
30.�b7 We6-+ Kasparov; 02) 1 3 . . . iWd7 ? !
D322) 2S .�g3+ Kasparov; 021 ) 1 4.�d l c 6 I S .�e4 ctJ ec700;
D33) 22.gac 1 �c 1 ! 23 .�c 1 �dS+ 24.�b2? 022) 1 4.�e 1 !
gfd8 2S .�f3 �d3+ Makarychev 0221) 1 4 . . . �e7 I S . l'!e6 ctJ c 3 1 6 .�gS ctJ dS
D4) 20.�d7 �aeS ! = Kasparov-Karpov, 1 7 .�f7 ! +- N adanian;
London wcm(6) 1986 -42/380. 0222) 1 4 . . . 0-0-0 I S . ctJ dS
02221 ) I S . . . fg 1 6 . l'! e6 iWdS 1 7 .�gS ! +­
485 19 ... f5? 2 0 .�dS �f6 2 1 .�b3 �a l Nadanian;
22..� e 6+- . 02222) I s . . . iWdS 1 6 .�f7+-;
19 ... c5? ! 20.�b2 ctJ d4 2 1 .�d3 iWb6 22.aS 02223) l S . . . hg 1 6 .iWhS �b4 [ 1 6 . . . �dS±]
�c7 23 .bc �cS 24 .�f1 gfdS 2S .�a4 �acS 1 7 .iWdS iWdS l S . ctJ b4 as 1 9 . ctJ c2 � d 3
2 6 . g ad4 �d4 2 7 .�c7 �c7 2 S . � d4 �d4 2 0 . ctJ a3+- Nadanian-Sharbatov, corr
29.id4± Aseev-Ivanchuk, Irkutsk 1986 1 992/93;
42/(380) 03) 1 3 . . . fg 1 4 . � e6 ctJ e7 I S . l'! dl iW c S
19...l2l g5 ! 20.�gS [20.�b2 �f6 ! 2 1 .iWf6 iWf6 1 6.�b3± Nadanian;
22.iffi l2l e4 23 .�e7 �feS 24. gd7 ctJ c 3 ! = ] D4) 1 3 . . . ctJ e7 1 4 . �dl � c S l S .�c2±
igS 2 1 .�c7 [2 1 .aS iWe6] �adS ! (Kasparov) Nadanian;
2 2 . gdS �dS 2 3 . �b7 iWe2 2 4 . � t3 � b 2 05) 1 3 . . . ctJ df4 1 4 .�f4 ctJ f4 l S .iWe3 �e7
2S .gf 1 :t . 1 6 .�f7 <j;lf7 1 7 .iWf4± Nadanian;
D6) 1 3 . . . iWf6 1 4 .�f7 <j;l f7 I S . ctJ dS �eS
486 1 l .. c6?
. 1 2 . l'!el �e7 1 3 .�g5 ctJ e6 1 6.iWf3 <;£;>gS 1 7 .�f4± Nadanian;
[ 1 3 . .. dc 1 4.�f6 gf I S .�c4±] 1 4 .�ffi �f6 07) 1 3 . . . hg 1 4 .iWhS ctJ c 3 I S .bc �d3 1 6.�a3
I S .cd cd 1 6 .�fS -+ Karpov. 0-0-0 1 7 .�fS l'!fSt Oolmatov, Ovoretsky.
1 1 ... l2l e6?! 1 2.cd ctJ dS 1l ... �e7
A) 1 3 .ifS ? ! ctJc3 1 4.bc �f6 l S .l'!e l -B; A) 1 2 .�e l dc 1 3 .�c4 0-000;
B) J 3 .ge l ? ! ctJc3 1 4.bc �f6 I S .�fS B) 1 2 .iigS dc 1 3 .�c4 - 72

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C) 1 2 .cd ! ? ct:l d5 1 3 .Ele l 490 14 ...iWg4 ! ? (Forintos, Haag) 1 5 .�f6
Cl) 1 3 . . . ct:l e6 1 4.�g6! ct:l df4 1 5 .�f4 ct:l f4 gf [ 1 5 . . . �f6 1 6 . El fel ct:l e6 1 7 .�e6 fe
1 6.�f7 mf7 1 7 .iWf5± Karpov; 1 8 . iW b 5 ± ] 1 6 .h3 iWd7 1 7 . El ad l 0-0-0
C2) 1 3 . . . c6 1 4 .�g5 ct:l e6 1 5 .�e7 iWe7 1 8 .�f7±.
1 6 . ct:l d5 cd 1 7 .�f5 0-0-0 1 8 .iWg3 iWd6 !
1 9 .iWg � b 8 2 0 . iW fl ct:l d4 2 1 . El e 7 491 1 5 . � e6 fe 1 6 . El fe l iWd7 1 7 .iWc4
(J.Horvath-Forintos, Budapest 1987) iWb6 0-0-0
22.�d3± Forintos, Haag. A) 1 8 . Elad l iWc6 1 9 .iWc6 bc 20.Eld8 md8
2 1 . Ele6 md7 22.Ele2 Elb8 23 .g3 Elb4°o Vehi­
487 12.Elel �e7 ! [ 1 2 . . . ct:l e6? 1 3 .�g6 ! ] - Forintos, Barcelona 1 987;
6 . . . �e7 . B) 1 8 . Ele6 ct:l d5 ! 1 9 .�e7 iWe6 20.�d8 Eld8
2 1 .Eld i c6 22 . ct:l d5 b5 ! 2 3 . iWf4 (23 . ttl b6
488 12 ...iW d7 mb7 !) Eld5 24.iWf8 mb7 25 .iWg7 mb6=
A) 1 3 .iWd7 ct:l d7 1 4 .�g5� Kupreichik; Horvath,J-Forintos, Kecskemet 1987.
B) 1 3 .Elel �e7 [ 1 3 . . . md8 1 4 .iWd7 md7
1 5 .Eld l c5 1 6.�f7±] 1 4.iWd7
Bl) 1 4 . . . ct:l d7 1 5 . ct:l dS ct:l e6 1 6 . El e6 ! ±
Karpov;
B2) 1 4 . . . md7 1 5 .�f7±.

489 13 ...iWd7 1 4.iWd7 md7 1 5 .Elad l c5


1 6 . ct:l b5±.
13 ...0-0 1 4.Elad l c5 [ 1 4 . . . h6 1 5 .�h6 ! gh
1 6 .Eld3 ! ct:l h7 1 7 .iWg4±] 1 5 .Elfe l
A ) 1 5 . . . Ele8? 1 6.�b5 ! [ 1 6.�d 3 iWc8 1 7 .iWh4
h6 1 8 .�h6 ct:l f5] ct:l b5 1 7 . Eld8 �d8 1 8 .Ele8
ct:le8 1 9 .�d8 Eld8 20.�f1 ± Karpov;
B) 1 5 . . . h6
Bl) 1 6 .Ele7 ? ! iWe7 ! ? [ 1 6 . . . hg 1 7 .Elb7 Elb8
1 8 . Ela7 Elb2oo] 1 7 .ct:l d5 ct:l d5 ! 1 8 .�e7 ct:l e7oo;
B2) 1 6 .�h6 ! g h 1 7 .iWh6 ct:l h7 1 8 . El d 3
[ 1 8 . El e3 ! ?] � g 5 1 9 . iWh5 [ 1 9 . El g3 ct:l f5
20.iW g6 ct:l g7 2 1 .Elh3 ---+ ] iWf6
B21) 20.Elg3 Elae8 2 1 . ct:l e4 (Kupreichik­
Yusupov, Minsk USSR ch 1987 -43/390)
mg7 !oo;
B22) 20.Elh3 ! iWg7 2 l .f4 ! �f4 2 2 . ct:l d5 �g5
[22 . . . �d6 ? ! 2 3 . Ele4 ct:l e6 2 4 . El g4 ct:l eg5
25 .Elg5 ! ct:l g5 26.Elg3 ! ] 23 . ct:l e7 �e7 24. Ele7
ct:l f6 25 .iWc5± Thesing-Autenrieth, Buda­
pest 1987.

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7

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4 . CLl f3 CLl e4 5 . d4 d5 6 .fid3 fie7

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 IS
73 0_04 92 9
h3 4 4 c4 ct'l c 3 .ic4 g4 ct'l e S dc .if4
493 9
.ih s 4 5
.i g4 ct'l f6 dC 4 96 0-0 97
.ig6 cS Wic7 WiC S 4 ±
98 OO
74 C44 .ic4 c3 5 bc
ct'l ge l .ib3 ct'l e S .ie 6
. . .

ifS dc 0 _ 04 99 ct'l c 3 01
ct'ld7 ct'l b6 .if6 .ie6 fe 5 ;:!;
02 5 04
75 .if4 5 ge 1
06
ct'l bd2 5 c 3 5
07
Wic 2 5
09 5 11
g ac 1 ;!;
ttJ d6 0 _ 0 5 03 0
.ig4 5 5 ct'ld7 50S
g6 5
10
ge8
12
76 ct'l c 3 ct'l e 2 5 ct'l g 3 c3 Wic 2 .id2 5 1 4 ;:!;
g ae 1
. . .

c6 5 1 3
ge8 ct'l d7 ct'l f8 ct'l g6 .ie6
515 17 1S
77 . . .
ge 1 C4 5 ct'l c 3 5 bc Wid3 Wic4 Wib3
16
0-0 .ifs 5 c6 19
ct'l c 3 .id3 dc ct'l d7 b6 5 ;:!;
21
78 c4 h3 5 .ic4 5 22 26
ct'l c 3 .ib3 ge l .igS ct'l e S 5
. . .

5 2O 23 2
ct'l f6 dc ct'lbd7 ct'l b6 ct'l bdS 5 C65 4 2
.ie6 5 5 ct'l c i
27
;!;
30
79 ct'l c 3 .ic4 h3 5 Wi f3 .ie3 Wib 7 .id4
m 29 31
dc .ig4 5 .i f3 5 ct'l c6
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ct'l d4 cS Cd 5
33
;:!;
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ct'lbd7 ct'lb6 C65 5 .ig4 5 .ih s 5
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1 69
492 7.lt'l bd2 C) S . . . l2l c6 -7 . . . l2l c6.
A) 7 . . . l2ld6 S .Wfe2 0-0 9 . 0-0 l2l c6 1 O.c3 8.c4
[1eS [ l O . . ,iHS!? Forintos, Haag] 1 1 . l2l eS A) S . . . l2l c6 -7 . . . l2l c6;
�fS 1 2.f4 B) S . . . c6 ? !
AI) l 2 . . . f6? 1 3 .WfhS± Cohen-Kashdan, B l ) 9 . l2l c 3
New York 1934; B l l ) 9 . . .fS ? 1 O.cd [ 1 O.Wfb3 �f3 1 1 .gf iLlc3
A2) 1 2 . . . g6;!; Forintos, Haag; 1 2 .bC± Heilmann-Kieseritsky, Ba r men
B) 7 . . . l2l f6 S . O-O [ S . l2l fl ] 0-0 9.[1e1 �g4 1 905] l2lc3 1 1 .bc WfdS 1 2 .[1e l ± Hering­
1 O. l2l fl l2l c6 1 1 .c3 [1eS l 2.h3 [ 1 2 . l2l g3;!;] Hoertel, Nuernberg 1906;
�hS 1 3 . l2l g 3 �g6 1 4. l2l e S l2leS I S .de l2l e4= B12) 9 . . . l2l c 3 ;!; ;
Georgadze- Chesnauskas, USSR 1 965 B 2 ) 9.cd c d 1 O.Wfa4± [ 1 O.Wfb3±] Forintos,
ECO; Haag;
C) 7 . . . �fS C) S . . . l2l f6 9 . l2l c 3 dc 1 O.�c4 0-0 -7 . . 0-0 ;
.

Cl) S .Wfe2 0) S . . . O-O


Cll) S . . . l2l d6 9.�fS l2l fS 01) 9 . l2l c 3 l2lc3 1 O.bc dc 1 1 .�c4 l2ld7
Clll) l O.Wfd3;!; Forintos, Haag; 0 1 1 ) 1 2.h3;!; Mikhalchishin;
C 1l2) 1 O.WfbS l2l c6 1 1 .c3; 012) 1 2 .[1b l ! ? [1bS 1 3 .h3 �hS 1 4 . [1bS �g6
C 12) S . . . O-O ! I S . l2l e S l2l eS 1 6 .[1eS �d6 1 7 .[1gS c6 I 8 . f4�
C121) 9 . l2l e4 ? ! de 1 0 .�e4 �b4 1 1 . c 3 Bjerring-Wiese, Copenhagen 1995;
[ 1 1 .�d2 [1eS+] [1eS 1 2 . l2l eS Wfd4+; 02) 9.cd [9.h3] l2l f6 [9 . . . WfdS ? 1 0.[1e l f5
C122) 9.0-0 l2l d2= Forintos, Haag; 1 1 .Wfc2+- Forintos, Haag] I O. l2l c3 iLld5
C2) S .O-O l2l d2 9 .Wfd2 �g6 1 O. l2l e5 0-0 021) 1 1 .h3 �e6 ! [ I I . . .�hS ? 1 2 .� h 7 ]
1 1 .[1e l l2ld7 = Welikov-Spasov, Pamporovo I 2 .�e4 ;
198 1 . 022) 1 1 .�e4
7.c4 �b4 ! ? 35 - . 0221) 1 1.. .l2lc3 1 2 .bc c6
7.Wfe2 �fS S . l2l bd2 -7.l2l bd2/C. 02211) I 3 .[1bl Wfc7 1 4.Wfb3 �f3 I S .�f3
b6 1 6 .Wfc4;!; [ 1 6 .c4 ! ? Forintos, Haag]
493 7 ... l2l d7 S .c4 [ S . [1e l ] Tarrasch-Maroczy, Ostende 1905 ;
A ) S . . . c6 9 . l2l c 3 l2l c 3 1 0 .bc 0-0 1 1 .[1e l �f6 022 12) 1 3 .�f4 ! ± �Wfb l Forintos, Haag;
[ 1 1 . . . l2l f6 1 2 . l2l eS ] 1 2 .�a3 [1eS l 3 .[1eS WfeS 0222) l 1 . . .c6 1 2.Wfb 3 l2l b6 1 3 .[1e 1 [ 1 3 .�e3
l 4 .Wfc2 dc l S . [1el WfdS 1 6 .�c4± Teich­ l2l Sd7 1 4 .dSt Levenfish] l2l Sd7 1 4.h3 �e6
mann-Marco, Cambridge Springs 1 904; l S .Wfc2;!; Schlechter-Forgacs, Hamburg
B) S . . . l2l df6 9 . l2l eS± Forintos, Haag; 1910;
C) S . . . l2l ef6 9.cd l2l dS l O. l2l c 3 l2l 7f6 I 1 .[1e I 0223) 1 1 . . .�e6
[ 1 1 . l2l eS Forintos, Haag] c6 1 2 .�gS �e6 02231) 1 2 .Wfc2 fS I 3 . l2l dS [ I 3 .�d3 iLl e6
1 3 .l2leS;!; Janowski-Mason, Hastings 1895. 1 4. [1e l -7 . . . l2l c6] �dS 1 4 .�dS [ 1 4.�fS �f3
I S .�h7 �hS 1 6.gf Wfd4�] WfdS I S .We7
494 8.[1el �d6� Forintos, Haag;
A) S . . . l2l d6 9 . l2l c 3 c6 1 O.Wfe2± Bilguer; 02232) 1 2.[1e l l2l c6 -7 . . . l2l c6.
B) S . . . fS ? 9.c4 c6 1 O.cd cd 1 1 .Wfa4 �fS
1 2.l2leS± Rendon-Cortorreal, Thessaloni­ 495 8 �f3 9 .Wff3 l2lc6 1 0.c3±;
...

ki 01 1988; 8 .�f5 9.c4 dc 1 O.�c4 0-0 1 1 . l2l c3 iLld7


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1 70
1 2.Ele l t (Emma-Campora, Buenos Aires �g4 1 3 . tZl dS �f6= Tal ] �f6 [ 1 2 . . . �g4
1978) tZle3 1 3 .be eS R.Schwarz. 1 3 . dS ! ? Tal]
B1) 1 3 . EiJ dS �d4 ! 1 4 . tZl d4 tZl d4 I S . tZl e7
496 10 ... 0-0? l 1 .ed L1tZldS I 2.�h7± - 1 4S/ mhS+ Tal;
7 . tZlf61B21 1 .
.. B2) 1 3 .�f4 �g4°o [ 1 3 . . . tZl d4?? 1 4 . tZl d4 id4
1 5 .�d6+-] Tal ;
4 9 7 1 6 Jl: c l ± Lj uboj evic-Handoko, B3) 1 3 .dS �d3 1 4.\Wd3 [ 1 4.dc �e3 I S .be
Indonesia 1984. �e4= Tal] tZl b4 I S .\Wd l tZl fSoo
B31) 1 6 .a3 �c3 1 7 .bc tZl dS I S .\Wd3 g6 1 9.e4
498 8.Ele1 tZl b6 20.\Wc3� Tal;
A) 8 ... tZl d7 9.e4 e6 1 O.\We2 �g6 l 1 . tZl e3± B32) 1 6 . tZl e4 �e7 [ 1 6 . . . tZl d S ? 1 7 . g4 !+-;
Forintos, Haag; 16 ... \Wd5 ? 1 7 . tZl f6 gf I S .�d2 ! tZl d 3 1 9 .�c3
B) 8 . . . tZl d6 EladS 20.\Wa4 ! EiJ e l 2 1 .\Wg4 tZl g7 22.�f6+­
B l ) 9.tZle3 e6 1 O.�fS [ 1 O. tZl e 2 0-0 l 1 .tZl g3 ] 1 7 . tZl c 3 �f6= Tal;
!g6 1 2.�f4:t] tZl fS 1 1 .\Wd3 g6 (Teschner­ B33) 1 6.g4 ! ? tZl d6 [ 1 6 . . . tZl e7 ? 1 7 . gS± Tal­
Trifunovic, Vienna 1 957) 1 2.g4 EiJ g7 Veingold, Tallinn 1981 -3 1 /3 6 S ; 1 6 . . . tZl h4
1 3 .�,h6t Forintos, Haag; 1 7 . tZl h4 �h4 I S .a3 EiJ a6 1 9 .�f4t ] 1 7 . a3
B2) 9 .�gS f6 1 0 .�f4 �d3 1 1 . \Wd3 O-Ot [ 1 7 .�f4 tZl c4 I S .\Wb3 EiJb2 ! +] tZl a6 I S .�f4
Schneider-Jasnikovsky, Vroclav 198 1 ; \Wd7 1 9 .h3°o Tal .
B3) 9 .i5 tZl fS 1 0 .\Wd3 tZl d6 l 1 .tZl c 3 e 6
1 2.igS f6 1 3 .�f4± Forintos, Haag; 501 1 6.\Wg4 \WdS 1 7 .h4 tZl c4 1 S .�f4 ElaeS
C) 8 . . .0-0 -7 . . . 0-0 ; 1 9 .hS:t A.Sokolov-Tichy, Clichy 199 1 .
D) 8 . . . tZl e6 ! ? -7 . . . EiJ e6.
5 0 2 8. EiJ c3 c6 9 .Elel 0 - 0 1 0. tZl e2 tZl d7
499 9 ... tZl d7 1 0.Ele l 0-0 -SOO/10.Ele1/A. I 1 .EiJ g3 EleS 1 2 .c3 EiJ fS 1 3 .\Wc2
9 tZl d6 1 O.�b3 0-0
... A) 1 3 . . . �g4 ? ! 1 4. EiJ eS �e6 I S .f4 f6 1 6 . EiJ f3
A) 1 l . tZl e3 tZl c6 1 2 . EiJ eS [ 1 2 . a3 ! ?] tZl aS �n 1 7.fS EiJ d7 I S .�f4t Vasiukov­
1 3 . .!d5 c6 1 4 .�f3 tZl dc4= I S . tZl c4 tZl c4 Bronstein, USSR ch 1972 -14/25 1 ;
1 6.b3 ? ! [ 1 6.dS ! ?=] �b4 1 7 .tZle2 tZl a3 1 S .�a3 B) 1 3 . . . �e6°o Baranov .
!a3 1 9.1&d2 as'+' Vacek-Subrt, Czech 1993; 8.EiJ e5 ! ?
B) I l .tZle5t. A) S . . . EiJ c6? ! 9 . EiJ c6 b c l O.�f4t Forintos,
Haag;
500 1O.tZl e5 ! ? Forintos, Haag. B) S . . . EiJ d7 9 .\Wf3 EiJ f6 1 O. EiJ c 3 c6 1 1 .Ele l
10.Ele1 ie6 1 2.�gS 0-0 1 3 .Ele3 EiJ d7 1 4.\WhS g6
A) 1 0 . . . tZl d7 I S . EiJ g 6 ! --+ C . Horvath - B orsavolgyi,
A I ) I I ..!d5 tZl d6 1 2 . tZl e 3 EleS 1 3 . tZl eS EiJ b6 Debrecen 1992;
1 4 . .!b3 if6 1 5 .�f4 �e6 1 6.d5 [ 1 6.\Wf3 c6=] C) S . . . O-O
!f5 1 7 .1&f3 �g6 l S .Ele2 tZl d7 1 9 . EiJ g6 Ele2 C1) 9.f4
20.1&e2 hg= Karpov-Panno, Buenos Aires C21) 9 . . . f5 1 0 . EiJ d2 ! ?± [ I O.b3 EiJ e 6
1980 -30/241 ; (Gudehus-Dimer, corr 1898) I I .�b2 �e6=
A2) I l . tZl c3 tZl c 3 1 2 .bct - 74; Forintos, Haag];
B) 1 0 . . . tZl c6 I l . tZl c3 tZl d6 1 2 .�d3 [ 1 2.�b3 C22) 9 . . . f6 1 O.\WhS

1 71
C22 1 ) 1 0 . . . tLl e4= Forintos, Haag; D2) 1 1 . . . tLl f6? 1 2. tLl gS+- ;
C222) 1 0 . tLl f3 i,fSoo; D3) 1 1 . . .h6 1 2 . tLl bd2 ge8
C2) 9 .ge l i,fS = Carlier-Dutreeuw, Brus­ D3 1 ) 1 3 .b3 ! ? .'1c4 Skembris;
sels 1987; D32) 1 3 .ge3 tLl f8 1 4.gae 1 i,gS ! ? Ske mb ris ;
C3) 9.�f3 i,e6 [9 " . c6 1 O.ge l M6 1 1 . tLl g6 ! D33) 1 3 . tLl fl tLl f8 1 4 . tLl g 3 [ 1 4 .Wd2 ! �
Forintos, Haag] 1 O. tLl c 3 c 6 1 1 . tLl e2 �c8 Skembris] i,gS
1 2 . tLl g3 tLl d7 1 3 .ge1 ge8 1 4 . tLl d7 �d7 D331) l S .i,eS f6 [ l S " . tLl c4 ! ? Timmanl
l S .h3:t Tompa-Forgacs, Hungary 1992. 1 6 . i,d6 �d6 1 7 .h4 i,f4 1 8 . tLl e2 � g 4 f±
Skembris;
503 8 ... tLl c6 9 . ge 1 -7 " . tLl c6 8 . ge l . D332) l S .�d2 f6 [ l S " .i,f4 1 6.�f4:t] 1 6.h4
8 ...i,f5?? 9 .i,d6+-. [ 1 6.b3 ! ? Skembris] 1 6.h4 i,f4 1 7 .Wf4±
8 . ..i,g4 9 . tLl bd2 tLl d7 1 O.c3 i,hS ? 1 1 .i,d6 Timman-Skembris, Corfu m(2) 1993.
cd 1 2 .�ti3 tLl b6 1 3 . a4 as 1 4 .� b S ±
Zagrebelny-Mathe, Caissa KFT 1 993. 506 1 0.h3
A) 1 0 " .i,f3 ? ! 1 1 . � : f3 c6 1 2 . tLl d2 lIJ d7
504 9.c3 i,g4 1 0. tLl bd2 tLl d7 1 1 .ge 1 - 75. 1 3 . g e2 g e 8 1 4 . g ae 1 i,f8 l S . W g3 1::1 e 2
9.tLl bd2 ! ? 1 6 . g e2 tLl f6 1 7 . i, g S ± Timman-Hort,
A ) 9 " . tLl d7 Bugojno 1 978;
A I ) 1 0. tLl eS fS 1 1 .c4 c6 1 2 .�b3 tLl f6 1 3 .f3 B) 1 0" .i,hS
\iJh8 1 4.cS:t Baird-Schwan, Barmen 1905; Bl) 1 1 . g e5 i,f3 1 2 .�f3 c6 1 3 .c3 lIJ d7
A2) 1 O.c3 ge8 1 1 .�c2 tLl f8 1 2 .gfe l c6:t 1 4. ge2:t Lau-Mathe, Muenchen 1992;
Arnasson-Karlsson, Iceland 1 984; B2) 1 1. tLl c 3 c6 1 2 .�e2:t -S 1 2/10.gellB.
B) 9 " .i,g4 1 O.c3 [ l O.ge l - 75] tLl d7 1 1 .�c2
g6 [.'1i,fS ; 1 l . . .h6 Benko] 1 2 .gac l ! ge8 507 l1.tLlfl
1 3 . h3 i,e6 [ 1 3 " .i,f3:t; 1 3 " .i,fS ? 14 .i,d 6 i,d3 A) 1 1 . . .cS ? 1 2 . tLl e3± Dvoretsky;
l S .i,e7 i,c2 1 6.i,d8+-] 1 4.gfe 1 tLl f8 l S .tLlfl a 1 1 . . . tLl fS ? 1 2 . �f5 i,fS 1 3 . �c7±
c6 1 6. tLl g3:t/± Balashov-Benko, Lone Pine Dvoretsky;
1977 -23/241 . C) 1 1 . . . tLl f6 1 2 . tLl g3 tLl hS 1 3 . tLl hS �hS
1 4 . g e S ± i,f3 l S .�f3 c6 1 6 .Wg3 1
505 9 .. . ge8 1 O.tLlbd2 [ l O. tLl eS ! ? Forintos, Dvoretsky-Schussler, Tbilisi 1980 -30/240;
Haag] tLl c6 1 1 .c3 i,f6 1 2 .ge8 [ 1 2 .i,d6 ge l D) 1 1 " .ge8:t Dvoretsky ;
1 3 .�e 1 cd 1 4 .�d 1 i,e6 l S . tLl f l gc8 1 6. tLl e3 E) 1 1 . . .i,hS ! ? .'1i,g6 1 2 . tLl e3 tLl f6 [ 1 2" .c6°
tLl aS:t Jadoul-Dutreeuw, Brussels 1 987] 1 3 .i,h7 �h7 1 4 . tLl gS i,gS l S .�hS �h6
tLl e8:t [ 1 2 " .�e8 ? 1 3 .i,d6 cd 1 4.�b3±] . 1 6 .i,d6] .
9 tLl c6 -7 " . tLl c6 .
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9 ...i,e6 1 O.c3 tLl d7 508 .'1i,f5


A) 1 1 . tLl eS ge8 ! ? .'1 tLl f8,f6 Skembris; 1l ... i,h5 1 2 .�b3 tLl b6
B) 1 1 .�b3 cS ! f! Skembris; A) 1 3 . tLl e5 ge8 1 4.�c2 i,g6 l S . tLl g6 hg
C) 1 1 . tLl bd2 ! ? .'1tLlfl -g3 Skembris; 1 6 . tLl f3 i,f6 1 7 . g e8 �e8 1 8 J:J: e1 Wd7
D) 1 1 .�c2 1 9 . tLl e5 i,eS 2 0 . g e5 g e 8 :t R.Byrne­
Dl) 1 l . . .g6? 1 2.i,h6 ge8 1 3 .ge6 fe 1 4 .i,g6� Reshevsky, USA ch 1975 - 1 9/219]
Abdulla-Bukhari, Dubai 01 1 986; B) 1 3 .ge2 i,g6 1 4.i,g6 hg l S .gae1 �f6

1 72
(Browne-Benko, Lone Pine 1975) 1 6. g4 ! 1 5 . 0J e5 0J d7= Sax-Toth, Reggio Emilia
f.. lt>g2, h3± Browne. 1973174;
C2) 9 . c4 dc 1 0 .i,c4 CtJ d7 I l . CtJ c3 CtJ b6
509 12. � b3 0J b6 1 3 .�c2 g6 1 4 . 0J e5 i,f5 1 2.i,b3 i,b4= Lanka-Yusupov, Leningrad
1 5 .Ele2 i,g5 ! 1 6 .i,gS �g5 1 7 . El ae l f6= 1 977;
Dvoretsky-Khachaturov, USSR 1973 . C3) 9 . Elel 0J d7 [9 . . . 0J c 6 -E] 1 0 .c4 c6
1 l . 0J c 3 CtJ c 3 1 2 .bc i,d3 1 3 .�d3 dc 1 4.�c4±
5 1 0 12 ... h6 ! ? Mednis-Paoli, Reggio Emilia 1 973174 -
18/25 1 ;
51 1 f.. 1 3 . . . i,f5 1 4 .i,d6 . 0 ) S . . . c5
01) 9.c3 0J c6=;
51 2 10.h3 0J d7 1 1 . � d 2 f5 [ l l . . . El e S 02) 9 .dc i,c5 1 0. 0J bd2 CtJ d2 1 l .i,d2 0J c6
MM8] 1 2 . CtJ e5 0Je4 1 3 .�e3 g 5 1 4.i,h2 f4 Forintos, Haag;
1 5 .�e2± Neumann-Schwan, B a rmen 03) 9 . 0J c3 0J c3 l O.bc c4 1 l .i,e2 0J c6=;
1905 . 04) 9 .c4 cd 1 O.cd 0J f6 1 1 . 0J d4 0J d5 1 2 . 0J f5
10.Ele1 i,g4 1 1 .h3 i,h5 i,f5 1 3 .i,f5 CtJ c6= Esteves-Balshan, Graz
A) 1 2 .i,h2 f5 [ 1 2 . . . CtJ d7 ] 1 3 . CtJ e2 g5 ! ? 1 972;
1 4 . ltJ g3 i,g6 1 5 . 0J e5 0J d7 1 6 . CtJ g6 hg E) S . . . CtJ c6 9 . El e l [9.c3 i,f5 1 0.�c2 �d6=
1 7 .�& Elf7 l S . 0J :fl 0J e4°o Pilnik­ Urzica-Toth, Italy 1975]
F.01afsson, Reykjavik 1955 ; El) 9 . . .f5 l O.c4 i,e6 1 1 .cd i,e5 1 2 . 0J c 3
B) 1 2.�e2 ! ?± i1E1eS 1 3 .i,h7 ct?h7 1 4. CtJ g5 i,b4 1 3 .�c2 0J c3 1 4.bc i, f3 1 5 .cb i,d5°o
ig5 1 5 .�h5 i,h6 1 6. EleS 0J eS 1 7 .i,h6 gh Teichmann-Hodges, Cambridge Springs
1 8 .�t7 0J g7 1 9 .Ele l ± Makarychev. 1904;
E2) 9 . . . i,f5 1 0 .c3 [ 1 O . 0J c3 i,b4=; l O .c4
5 1 3 1 0 . . . 0J d7 ! ? 0J b4; 1 O . 0J bd2 0J d2 1 1 .�d2 i,d3 1 2 .�d3
�d6= Forintos, Haag]
51 4 Torre-Balinas, Melbourne 1975 - E21) 1 O . . . 0J d6 1 1 .i,f4 [ 1 1 . 0J e5 ? ! 0J e 5
211207. 1 2 .i,f5 0J f5 1 3 . Ele5 g6+ Barlov-Knezevic,
Yugoslavia 1 976] �d7 1 2 . 0J e 5 0J e5 1 3 .Ele5
5 1 5 8 0J d. CtJ c 3 9 . bc c5 1 0 . El e 1 i,d3 1 4 .�d3 c6= Polugaevsky;
(Thkmakov-Meny, Leningrad 1974) c4= E22) 1 0 . . . EleS 1 l .�c2 i,g6 1 2 . CtJ bd2 CtJ d2
Forintos, Haag. 1 3 .i,d2= Micheli-Toth, Italy 1973;
S.h3 E3) 9 . . . 0J d6 l O.c3 i,f5 -E2.
A) 8 . . CtJ d7 9 .c4 c6 1 0.�c2 0J df6 1 l . CtJ c 3
.

iLlc3 1 2 .bc h6 1 3 .Ele l i,e6 1 4.cd ! ± Mednis­ 516 8 ... f5 9 . c4 c6 I O. CtJ c 3


Paoli, Norristown 1973; A ) 1 0 . . . ct? h S 1 1 .i,f4 i, b 4 1 2 .�b3 �a5
B) 8 . . .i,e6 9.c4 c6 I O. El e l 0J f6 l l .cd 0J d5 1 3 . Elac 1 i,e6 1 4 . a3± Marko-Kaslan, Thes­
1 2.1tJ c 3 ± Forintos, Haag ; saloniki 01 1 984;
C) 8.. .�f5 B) 1 O . . . 0J a6 l l .cd [ 1 l . a3 ! ? ; 1 l .i,f4 ! ?] cd
C l ) 9.ltJc3 0Jc3 [9 . . . 0J c 6 = Forintos, Haag] 1 2 . i,a6 ba 1 3 . � b3 i,e6 1 4 .i,f4± Tia­
t o.bc �d3 1 l .�d3 c6 1 2 . a4 [ 1 2 . c4 dc Asahari, Kuala Lumpur 1992.
1 3 .�c4 0Jd7=] h6 1 3 .Elb l �c7 1 4 .Ele l i,d6 8 . .. 0J d6 9 .i,f4 - 75.

1 73
8 ... ltJ f6 B22) 1 2 .�fl ltJ d7 1 3 .�f4 ltJb6 1 4 . ltJ e 3
A) 9.�f4 (Tarrasch-Walbrodt, Nuernberg m 1 894)
A I ) 9 . . . EI:e8 1 O. ltJ bd2 ltJbd7 1 1 .e4 e5 1 2.'@e2 �e6 1 5 .'@e2 ltJ d 5 = Panov.
de 1 3 .�e4± Marko-Schwarz, Vienna 1985; 10.'@c2 ltJ a6 l 1 .a3
A2) 9 . . . �g4 1 O . ltJ bd2 �d6 [ 10 ... ltJ h5 ? A) 1 1 . . .�g6 1 2 . ltJ e5± Forintos, Haag;
1 1 .�e3± Tarrasch-Mason, Manchester B) 1 1 . . .�h4 ! ?oo .
1890] 1 1 .�g3 [ 1 1 .�e5 ! ? Forintos, Haag]
�g3 1 2.hg ltJ e6 1 3 .e3 '@d6= Lasker-Mason, 51 9 1 4. . . ltJ b6 1 5 .e4± Kavalek-Pfleger,
London 1892; Montilla 1973 - 1 7/274.
B) 9 . ltJ bd2 1 4 ... b6±.
Bl) 9 . . . e5 1 O.de �e5 I l . ltJ b3 �b6 1 2 .�e3
ltJ e6 520 8 ...� g4 --494/8.c41D.
B l l) 1 3 .'@d2 �g4 1 4 .�b6 '@b6 1 5 . ltJ e5 8 ... ltJ c6 -7 . . . ltJ e6.
EI:fe8= Lisitsin-Lilienthal, Moscow 1940; 8 ...�e6 9.ed �d5 1 O . ltJ e3 ltJ e 3 1 1 .be e6
B 12) 1 3 .h3±; [ 1 1 . . . ltJ e6 -7 . . . ltJ e6] 1 2 .EI:e l �f6 1 3 .a4 ltJ d7
B2) 9 . . .�g4 l O. ltJ f l ± -49217.ltJ bd21B. 1 4. EI:b l b6 1 5 .�f4 e5 1 6.e4 ! �f3 1 7 :�f3
C) 9.h3 e5 1 O.de �e5 1 1 .�e3 �e3 1 2. EI:e3 �d4 1 8 .�e4 EI:e8 1 9 .�b7± Durao-Schulz,
ltJ e6 1 3 . ltJ bd2± Pyhala-Marcovic, Rilton Woerishofen 1992.
Cup 1987; 8 . .. c6
D) 9 . ltJ e5 -23 1 17 ... d5/Al . A) 9 . ltJ e3 ltJ e 3 I O.be �e6 ? ! [ l O . . . de] l l .ed
ed 1 2 .EI:bl '@e7 1 3 . EI:el �f6 ? ! 1 4 . ti'l g5±
51 7 9.�f4 ltJ e6 I O . ltJ bd2 ltJ d2 1 1 .'@d2 Jo.Horvath-HofTmann, Mitropa cup 1990;
�d3 1 2 .'@d3 �d6= Lanka-Hort, German B) 9.ed ed 1 O. ltJ e3 ltJ f6 1 1 .h3 ltJ e6 1 2.�f4
Cup 1994. a6 1 3 . EI:c 1 �e6 1 4 . EI:e l EI:e8 1 5 .�b U Anka­
9.ltJ bd2 ltJ d6 1 O. ltJ f l Azorit, Metz 1994.
A) 1 O . . . ltJ d7 1 1 . ltJ g3 � d 3 1 2 .'@d3 EI: e 8
1 3 .�f4 e 6 (Tseshkovsky-Suetin, Dubna 521 9.cd ti'l d5 I O. ltJ e3 �g4 [ 1 O . . . ti'l e 6 -
1976 -21/208) 1 4 . EI:e2 �f8 1 5 .EI:e8 '@e8 7 . . . ti'l e6] -494/8.c41D.
1 6.EI:e U Suetin;
B) 1 O . . . ltJ e6 1 1 .�f4 �e4 1 2 . ltJ e3 ± �f3 ? 522 ECO D20.
1 3 .'@f3 ltJ d4 1 4 .'@d5 ltJ e6 1 5 .�d6 �d6
1 6 .'@b7 EI:b8 1 7 . '@t4 ltJ g 5 1 8 . '@g4± 523 12 ...c6 1 3 . EI:e1 ltJ fd5 1 4 . ti'l e4 l"1e8
Rytshagov-Ivlev, Cappelle la Grande 1 5 .�d2 �f5 1 6. ltJ g 3 �e6 1 7 .�e2± Timman­
1994. Pan no, Mar del Plata 1 982 -33/503.
9.ltJc3 ltJ e 3 I O.be �d3 l l . ed± Suetin.
524 13 . . . �e6 1 4 . ltJ gS ti'l e3 1 5 .be �b3
51 8 10.cd e d 1 1 . '@h3 ltJ e 6 1 2 . ltJ e 3 1 6.'@b3± h6 Ij2-1fz Vaganian-Tal, Moscow
[ 1 2.'@b7 ? ltJ b4+] �b4= Forintos, Haag. 1982.
10.'@b3 de 1 1 .�e4 ltJ d6
A) 1 2.�d3 �d3 1 3 .'@d3 ltJ d7= [ l 3 . . . ltJ a6= 525 1 4 ...�f5?! 1 5 . ltJ e5 EI:e8 1 6.'@f3 �e6
Forintos, Haag] Timman-Stumpers, Rot­ 1 7 . EI:ad U Nikolaev-Reck, St.Petersburg
terdam 1969; 1992.

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526 15. Ei: c1 Ei:e8 1 6 .'1J eS 10 ... c6 1 1 .Ei:e l �g4 1 2 .h3 �f3 1 3 .�f3 liJ bd7
A) 1 6 . . . liJc3 1 7 .bc �b3 1 8 .�b3 liJ dS 1 9.�d2 1 4 .�f4 liJ b6 l S .�b3 Ei:e8 1 6 .�e5 liJ bdS
[ 1 9.�e7 Ei:e7:t] f6± Korchnoi; 1 7 . Ei:e2 �d7 1 8 .Ei:ae 1 ± Korchnoi-Rogers,
B) 1 6 . . . liJ d7 1 7 .�e7 Ei:e7 1 8 . liJ e4 liJ f8 Moscow 01 1 994.
1 9. GIJ cS± Sax-Korchnoi, Wijk aan Zee m/
6 1 991 -51/395; 530 11 .�e3
C) 1 6 . . . liJ c7 1 7 .�e2 liJ d7 1 8 .�h5 liJ f8 A) 1 1 . . . liJ e6 1 2.h3 �f3 [ 1 2 . . . �hS 1 3 . g4 �g6
1 9 .ie7 Ei:e7 2 0 . Ei: e d l f6 2 1 . liJ f3 � d 7 = 1 4.liJ eS± Marco-Taubenhaus, Monte Car­
Yusupov-Huebner, Belfort 1 988. lo 1 903] 1 3 .�f3 liJ d4 1 4.�b7 (Schallopp­
Mason, Breslau 1 889) cS .i1Ei:b8� Forintos,
527 16.� c2± Razuvaev-Bagirov, USSR Haag;
1982 -34/464. B) 1 1 . . .liJbd7 1 2.�e 2 liJ b6 1 3 .�b3 (Munoz­
Cobo, Leipzig 01 1 960) liJ fdS= ECO.
528 D20 1 l .Ei:el liJ bd7
9 ... ig4? ! t o.h3 �hS - 1 4S/7 ... liJ f61B2. A) 1 2 .�f4 liJ b6 1 3 .�b3 �hS 1 4 .�d3 e6
9 . .. c5? ! 1 0 .�e3 cd 1 1 . liJ d4 liJe6 1 2.Ei:e l �e6 I S . liJ eS± Petrushin-Timoschenko, Saratov
1 3 .cd liJ d4 ? [ 1 3 . . . � d S ± ] 1 4 .�d4 liJ dS 1 98 1 ;
1 5 . ltJ dS �dS [ l S . . . �dS 1 6 .Ei:eS -t .i1�d7 B) 1 2 .h3 �hS
I H�hS g6 1 8 .�h7+-] 1 6 . � Ji) 1 -0 B l ) 1 3 .�f4 liJ b6 1 4 .�b3 �d6? ! l S .�gS h6
(Ivancev-Cavadini, Mendricio 1988) .i1g6 1 6.�h4 gS 1 7 .�g3 �g3 1 8 .fg �f3 1 9 .�f3
1 7 .1MfeS � : d4 2 o . c;ir h2± Biehler-D.Marovic,
9... c6 t o.h3 liJ bd7 [ l O . . . de - 78] 1 1 .b3 Ei:e8 St.Ingbert 1987;
1 2 .1Mfc2 liJ f8 1 3 .�b2± B iehler-Lehmer, B2) 1 3 .g4 �g6 1 4 . liJ eS± Ree-Langeweg,
St.Ingbert 1987. Amsterdam 1 968 -6/312.

529 10 ... b6? ! l 1 . liJ e5 �b7 1 2 . � b 3 ± 531 1 1 . �h5 1 2.g4 �g6 1 3 . liJ eS e 6
•.

Steinitz-Mieses, Hastings 1895. [ 1 3 . . . eS ! ? ECO] 1 4. f4 b S l S .�b3 b 4 1 6.fS


1O ... ltJ c6 be 1 7 .fg hg 1 8 .be liJ dS 1 9 .�f3± Henley­
A) 1 1 .E1e 1 -7 . . . liJ e6; Dlugy, New York 1 983 -35/478.
B) 1 1 .a3? ! �g4 1 2.dS liJ eS 1 3 .�e2 �f3
1 4 .if3 �d7+ Van der Sterren-Pr.Nikolic, 5 3 2 1 2 �d4 1 3 .�b7 liJ bd7 1 4.�b3 �d6
..•

Wijk aan Zee 1984 -37/413; I S . liJ bS± Aleksandria.


C) 1 1 .dS ! ? liJ aS 1 2 .�d3 b6 1 3 .a3 �g4 1 4.b4
�f3 1 S .gf liJb7 1 6 . 'it> h l �d7 1 7 .Ei: g l Ei:ad8 533 1 6 . Ei: ad l Ei:e8 1 7 .b3 Ei:e7 1 8 .�f3 ±
1 8 .ib2oo/-t Winawer-Schumov, Zaichik-Karpeshov, Volgodonsk 1983 -36/
St.Petersburg 1 87 S . (453).
1 0.. c5 1 1 .de �d l 1 2.Ei:d l �eS 1 3 .�gS liJ bd7
.

1 4.h3 a6 l S . a4 b6 1 6 . liJ dS t liJ dS 1 7 .�dS 5 3 4 1 l .h3 - 78.


fla7 1 8 .liJd4 liJ eS 1 9 . 1iJ b 3 h6 20.�f4 liJ g6 11 .�b3 eS 1 2.Ei:e l cd 1 3 . liJ d4 liJeS 1 4.�e2
2 1 .�b8 E1d7 2 2 . liJ e S be 2 3 . � g3 Ei: fd 8 �g4 I S .f3 liJ e6 1 6.�e3 liJ d4 1 7 .�d4 �e6=
24.�f3± Vaiser-Lev, Barcelona European Gelfand-Maliutin, Kramatorsk 1989.
Cup 1993. 1 1 . �b3 liJ b6 1 2 . liJ eS e 6 1 3 .�gS liJ bdS

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1 4 .�f3 iLe6 I S j::1 ad l E1e8 1 6 .E1fel �aS 1.6.3. Game 4
Y2-Y2 Dizdar-Kovacevic, Slavonski Brod
Croatia ch 1 995.
Kupreichik - Yusupov
USSR Ch (Minsk) 1 987
535 12 iL� 1 3 .h3 iLhS 1 4.g4 iLg6
••.

I S . tLJ e; tLJ fd7 1 6 . tLJ g6 hg 1 7 .�f3 ± l .e4 e5 2.tLJf3 tLJ f6 3.tLJ xe5 d6 4.tLJf3 CI'lxe4
Tsesarsky-Zakharevich, Kursk 1987. 5.d4 d5 6.iLd3 tLJ c6 7.0-0 iLg4 8.c4 CI'l f6

e
536 13.h3 tLJ bdS - 78. a b c d f 9 h

13.tLJe5 tLJ fdS 1 4. tLJ e4 iLe6 l S . a3 f6 1 6. tLJ d3 8 8

iLf7 1 7 . tLJ dcS �c8 1 8 .iLd2 E1e8 1 9 .�f3 tLJd7 7 7


2 0 . E1 ac 1 tLJ cs 2 1 .dc �d7= Malaniuk­ 6 6
Huebner, Groningen 1993. 5 5
4 4
537 13 ... tLJfd5? 1 4.E1e7 ! tLJe7 1 S .�e2 E1e8 3 3
1 6.E1e 1 @f8 1 7 . tLJ eS+- Taimanov. 2 2
13 ... tLJ bd5
A) 1 4. tLJ eS iLe6
a b c d e f 9 h
AI) l S .�f3 tLJc7 1 6.iLf6 iLf6 1 7 . tLJ e4 iLe7
1 8 . tLJ cS iLcs 1 9 .dc �d4+ Miles-Lima, This interesting system became popular
Capablanca mem o 1994;
after the game Kasparov - Karpov, Lon­
A2) l S .E1c l ! ?;
don wcm (6) 1 986. B lack immediately at­
A3) l S . h3 - 78;
tacks the centre . After 9 . c d he employs
B) 1 4 . tLJ d S cd I S . tLJ e5 iLe6 1 6 . tLJ d 3 ±
Smysl o v ' s idea: 9 . . . iLxf3 1 O.�xf3 �xd5
Browne-Petrosian, Las Palmas izt 1982 -
( l O . . . tLJ xdS leads to the line 6 . . . iLe7-see
34/465.
Chapter 8 ) . Now and later, White can in­
13 ... iLf5 1 4.tLJeS tLJ fdS l S .iLe7 tLJ e7 1 6 .�f3
clude the moves E1e 1 and iLe7 , which also
tLJ bdS± S.Ivanov-Mikhalchishin, Uzhgo­
leads to positions covered in Chapter 8.
rod 1 988.
However, the given position affords White
538 14 ...iLf3 I S .�f3 tLJ fdS 1 6.iLe7 tLJ e7
more aggressive possibilities.
1 7 .E1eS± Vaganian-Huebner, Tilburg 1983 9.tLJc3
-36/453. This pawn sacrifice is the most unpleasant
14 iLh5 �iLg6± Vaganian.
••.
continuation for B lack. He can decline the
gift, switching after 9 . . . iLe7 to a position
covered in Chapter 9 (-7 1 9/9 . . . tLJ f6).
9 ...iLxf3 ? ! 1 0.�xf3 tLJ xd4 1 1 .�h3 !
A novelty, prepared by my opponent for
this game, which turned out to be so strong
that the whole variation went out of fash­
ion. The white queen is very active on h3
and is aiming at the kingside. Now it is clear

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why White should not include the move turn for the s acrificed pawn White has
�e \ : after l U : le l + ie7 , 1 2 .�h3 ? ! is not achieved an excellent attacking position,
very effective in view of 1 2 . . . dc 1 3 .ixc4 with two strong bishops, and has ideally
ILlc2. placed his main pieces . B lack' s last move
Regarding l 1 .�e3 -70-7 1 . is practically forced because of the threat
ll . dc
.. 1 6 .gxe7 �xe7 1 7 . LtJdS ---t . I S . . . ge8 is met
After 1 l . . .lMfd7 White gains an advantage by 1 6.ibS ! ± . Now White faces an impor­
by either l 2 .ge l + ie7 l 3 .lMfxd7+ <j{xd7 tant choice between winning back the sac­
1 4.�e3 cS I S . gad 1 , or simply l 4 .cd± . rificed pawn after 1 6 .gxe7 hg ( l 6 . . . �xe7
Regarding 1 1 . . . ct:J e6 (-Pos. 1 0 1 ) . 1 1 . . .ie7 l 7 . ct:J dS ct:J x d S 1 8 .ixe7 ct:J x e 7 1 9 . b 4 ± )
deserves consideration, but after 1 2 .cd ! ? 1 7 .gxb7 , o r adding fuel t o t h e fire of the
ILlxd5 l 3 .ge l White clearly has the initia­ attack by 1 6.ixh6.
tive (-486). 16.ixh6!
12.�xc4 ie7 This is the correct assessment of the posi­
Or 12 . . . lMfd7 1 3 .ge 1 + ie7 l 4 .lMfxd7+ <j{xd7 tion ! After l 6 .gxe7 hg 1 7 .gxb7 B l ack has
( 1 4 . . ct:J x d7 I S . ct:J dS ct:J e 6 l 6 . g x e 6 ±
. the important defensive move 1 7 . . . gb8, and
Karpov) l S .ixf7±. after 1 8 .gxb8 ( 1 8 . gxa7 gxb2) lMfxb8 1 9 .b3
13.�g5 O-O ? ! lMfeS White ' s advantage is not clear.
I f 1 3 . . .�d7 , then 1 4.�xd7 + <j{xd7 I S .gad l The text move gives White only one pawn
c5 1 6.ctJ bS !± (Kupreichik -43/390) . How­ for the sacrificed piece, but in return he
ever, Forintos ' s move 1 3 . . . �c8 ! ? deserves gains the initiative on the kingside, since
consideration (-72) . the black rooks have still not come into
14.�adl c5 play.
1 4 h6 fails to 1 s .ixh6 ! gh 1 6 .gd3 ct:J h7
. . .
16 ... gh 17.�xh6 ct:J h7 18.gd3±
1 7 .\Wg4+ !± (Kupreichik) . Bringing the rook into the attack. At first
15.�fel h6 sight 1 8 .ge3 also looks tempting, but after
1 8 . . . igS ( 1 8 . . . ct:J fS 1 9 .�g6+) 1 9 .9g3 <j{h8
a b c d e f h
9 ( 1 9 . . . LtJ fS ? ? 20.lMfg6+ +-) 20.�hS B l ack
continues not 20 . . . �f6 2 1 . ct:J e4, but rather
20 . . . fSoo.
1 8 ...ig5 19.lMfh5
The immediate 1 9 . g g 3 ! ? also deserved
consideration. Now 1 9 . . . <j{h8 ( l 9 . . . lMff6??
20.lMfxf6+-) 20.lMfhS �f6 2 1 . ct:J e4 leads to
2 2 a transposition of moves, whereas after
1 9 . . . ct:J fS 2 0 . �g6+ ct:J g7 2 1 . h4 ( 2 1 . g h 3
a b c d e f 9 h ih400) 2 1 . . . .iH6 ( 2 1 . . . � f6 2 2 . g x g S + - )
2 2 . ct:J d S id4 2 3 . ct:J e 7 + <j{h8 24.ixf7 White
At thi s moment B l ack fully realised the has a devastating attack.
strength of his opponent' s position : in re- 19 ...�f6

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a b c d e f 9 h analysis, yields White a clear advantage:
8 A) 22 . . . lLl d4 2 3 . 1'! xg5 lLl x g 5 2 4 . El g 3 ±
7 (Kupreichik) ;
6 B ) 2 2 . . . lLl h4 2 3 . 1'! xg5 lLl x g 5 2 4 . El xh4
5 ( Ku p re i c h i k ) 24 . . . 1'! a e S 2 5 . ag4 Ele I +
4 26.ifl ae5 27 .Vlffh 4 adS 2 S . f4 af5±;
3 C) 2 2 . . . lLl d6 2 3 .1'!xg5 lLl xg5 24.ag3 4.:J xc4
25 . axg5± (Kupreichik) ;
D ) 2 2 . . . lLl f6 2 3 . Vlff f3 lLl h 6 ( 2 3 . . . 4.:J h4
a b c d e f h
24.Vlff g 3 ± ; 23 . . . lLl d4 24.Vlff g 3 ic l 25 .Wh4 1
9
� a g 3 ) 24. ag3 lLl hg4 (24 . . . lLl fg4 25 .Ele4
This is the critical moment in the game. lLl f6 26.h4 ! lLl xe4 27 . lLl xe4 Vlff x b2 28.hg±)
25 . lLl e4 ! lLl xe4 (25 . . . lLl xe5 26.lLl xf6+ �h8
Here White could have forced a win by
2 7 . ah3+ ih6 2 S .Vlff f4+ - ) 2 6 . axe4 4.:J f6
playing 20J:l:h 3 ! Vlff g 7 2 1 . f4 ! ixf4 2 2 . lLl d 5 ,
27 . ae5 lLl h7 2 S . aexg5 lLl xg5 29 .\Wh5+­
a n d now :
(Kupreichik) .
A) 22 . . . id6 ? ! 2 3 .1'!e4 lLl e6 24.1'!g4 lLl eg5
If 22 . . . lLl h6, then 2 3 . a xg5 lLl xg5 24.Elg3
25 .1'!xg5 lLl xg5 26.1'!g3 ! (Mochalov) ;
@hS 25 .1'!xg5 , and White remains fully in
B ) 22 . . . ig5 2 3 . lLl e7+ ixe7 24.1'!xe7 lLl f6
charge.
25 .Vlff x c5 lLl g4 26.1'!g3 1'!acS 27 .ixf7 + @hS
21.lLle4
2 S . 1'!h3+ lLlh6 2 9 .1'!xh6+ Vlff x h6 3 0 .Vlff x d4+
Vlff g 7 3 1 . Vlff h 4+ Vlff h 7 3 2 . Vlff x h 7 + @ x h 7 a b c d e f 9 h
3 3 .ie6+- (Mochalov) ; 8 8
C ) 22 . . . 1'!aeS 2 3 .1'!xeS 1'!xeS 24.lLl xf4 lLl f5 7 7
2 5 . Vlff x f 7 + ( 2 5 . Vlff x5 Vlff d 4 + 2 6 . @ f 1 6 6
Vlff x c 4 + oo ) 2 5 . . . Vlff x f7 2 6 . i xf7+ @ x f7 5 5
2 7 .1'!xh7+ +-. 4 4
If 2 1 . . . 1'! ae S , then 2 2 . 1'! xeS 1'!xeS 2 3 . fg 3 3
lLl xg5 24.1'!g3, and White gains a decisive 2
advantage .
20.1'!g3 ? ! a b c d e f h
9
This move grants B l ack a short-term res­
pite for organising his defence. Due to White ' s inaccurate play, Black has
20 ... 1'!ae8 ! gained counterchances, but now he misses
A typical idea in this line-Black attempts the right move. Instead of the text he should
to exploit the weakness of the back rank. have played 2 1 . . .@g7 [2 1 . . .Vlff g 7 22.h4 !±]
However, 20 . . . lLl f5 ! ? also deserved serious 2 2 . h4 ( 2 2 . lLl xf6? ! axe I + 2 3 . ifl <;t>xf6)
examination: 2 1 .1'!h3 (2 1 . lLl e4 Vlff g7 22.1'!g4 22 . . . Vlff g 6 , and after 2 3 .Vlff x g6+ fg 24.hg
lLl h 6 ! 2 3 . 1'! g3 lLl f5 = ( M o c h a l o v ) o r 1'! f4 � (24 . . . lLl f5 is w e aker because of
22.1'!xg5 lLl xg5 2 3 . lLl xg5 lLl h6oo) 2 1 . . .Vlff g 7 . 25 .1'!g4; 24 . . . lLlc2 is refuted by 25.1'!d 1 Elxe4
Yet, 22. 1'!e5 ! ! , according to Kupreichik' s 26.1'!d7+ @hS 27 .ah3 axc4 2 S .1'!hxh7+- ),

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when he can can try to exploit the pin on 1.6.4. Exercises
the e-file: 25 .f3 (25 .!d3 ltJ f5 ) ltJ f5 26.gg4
1::1 xg4 27 .fg ltJ d6 2 8 .!d5 ltJ xg5 or 25 .gge3
ItJc2 26 . ltJ d6 gxe3 2 7 . fe gxc4 28 .gc 1 ga4
a b c d e f 9 h
29.2:xc2 2:xa2.
8 8
2 1...Wh8?
7
Thi s most natural continuation allows
6 6
White to regain the sacrificed material and
5 5
to obtain a big advantage.
4 4
22.h4!± gxe4 ? !
3 3
It turns out that 22 . . . 'lWh6 is met effectively
2 2
by 2 3 . 2: xg5 ! 'lWxh5 24.gxh5 f5 25 .gxh7+
@xh7 26 . ltJ f6+± .
a b c d e f 9 h
However, 22 . . . 'lWg6 also deserved consid­
eration at this moment, although after 97 13. . .?
23 .Wfxg6 the black king is worse placed at
h8 than it would have been at g 7 . a b c d e f 9 h

23.2:xe4 !f4 24.gg4 !h6 8 8

B l ack cannot manage to co-ordinate his 7 7


forces : 24 . . . !d6 25 . gxd4 cd 2 6 .!d3+­ 6 6
(Kupreichik) or 24 . . . !c 1 2 5 . 'lWxc5 !xb2 5 5
26.2:xd4+- . 4 4
25.Wfxc5+- ltJ c6 26.'lWh5! 'lWd6EB 27.!xf7 3 3
Wdl + 28.@h2 'lWd6+ 29.f4 'lWc7 30. !b3 2 2
Wd6
Black is defenceless. If 30 . . . !g7 , then a b c d e f 9 h
3 1 .2:e8 (Kupreichik) ; 30 . . .!xf4+ loses in
98 1 7. . .?
view of 3 1 .gexf4 gxf4 3 2 . gg8#.
31.2:e8!
a b c d e f 9 h
Threatening 3 2 . g g 8 + .
8 8
31. ..!xf4+ 32.g3 !xg3+ 33.@h3
7 7
Black resigned.
6 6
5 5
4 4
3 3
2 2

a b c d e f 9 h

99 1 9. . .?

1 79
it�
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

1 00 19. . .? 1 03 1 2. ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9

101 13.? 1 04 1 1 .?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8
7 7 7
6 6 6 6
5 5 5 5
4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3
2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

1 02 8.? 1 05 1 4. ?

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a b c d e f 9 h a b c d e f 9 h

8 8 8
7 7
6 6

5 5
4 4

3 3
2

a b c d e f 9 h a b c d e f 9 h

1 06 17.? 1 09 15.?

a b c d e f

8 8
a b c d e f 9 h
7 7
8
6 6
7 7
5 5
6 6 4 4
5 5
3 3
4 4 2 2
3

e
2 2 a b c d f h
9

1 10 20. ?
a b c d e f 9 h

1 07 14. . . ?
1.6.5. Answers.

Ex .97 ( 1.e4 e5 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.lLle5 d6 4.lLlf3


a b c d e f 9 h lLle4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 lLl c6 7.0-0 ig4 8.c4
8 8 lLl f6 9.cd if3 1 0.�f3 �d5 1 1 .�e2 ie7
7 7 12.ib5 �d6 13,l''\ e l )
6 6
Black can simply castle, since the e7-bishop
is indirectly protected: 1 3 . . . 0-0 1 4 .ic6 bc
5 5
L1 1 5 .�e7?? l"Ife8-+ . This strategem is of­
4 4
ten encountered in the Petroff Defence .
3 3
However, it is worth mentioning that this
2 2
blow would have been unsuccessful if the
black queen had been on d8, since White
a b c d e f 9 h
could have played either 1 6.�d8 or 1 6.�b4.
1 08 1 2. ? -69/463 .

1 81
Ex .98 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.ttJf3 ttJ f6 3.ttJe5 d6 4.ttJf3 IWe2 ! -+ ;
ttJ e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 ttJ c6 7.0-0 ig4 8.c4 2) 20.id3 IWc6 2 1 .IWh3 g6 22. Ele7 'lWe3 '
ttJ f6 9.cd if3 10:�'f3 1!9d5 1 l .1!ge2 ie7 2 3 . Ele6 Eld3-+ ;
1 2 . i b5 1!9 d 6 1 3 . ttJ c3 0 - 0 1 4 . i c 6 b c 3 ) 20. bS IW as ! 2 1 .id2 ib4 22. Eld8 l::l d 8
1 5 .ie3 ttJ d 5 1 6 J�X: ac1 l'! fe 8 1 7 . ttJ d 5 ) 23 .ie3 ic3+
Timman-Yusupov, Tilburg cm(2), 1986 20.ib7, as played in the game, also led to
White's pressure on the c-file may become an adv antage for B l ack after 20 . . :�c4
annoying. Black should aim for counter­ 21 .l'!d8 [2 1 .Ele7 ? lWd4-+] l'!d8 22.ie3 'IWb4
play in the centre and on the kingside. 23.ie4 ic5+
17 ... 1!9d5! 1 7 . . . cd is weaker becau se of - 70/474.
1 8 .IWc2 !-:.IWc6t.1± [ 1 8 .Elc2 ! ?]
18.1Mic4 id6 19.b3 l'!e6! 20.g3 [20.IWc6?? Ex. l 00 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.ttJf3 ttJ f6 3.lLleS d6
ih2] 1!9f5 ! (if 20 . . . Elae8 ? ! , then 2 1 .IWdS ! cd 4.ttJf3 lLl e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 ttJ c6 7.0-0 194
22.Elc6t.-Dvoretsky) 21.1!9c2 ! [2 1 .IWc6 Elae8 8.c4 lLl f6 9.ttJc3 if3 10.1Mit3 lLl d4 1l.'lWe3
22.dS Ele4 2 3 .ics h S ! � Timman] 1Mih5 ttJ e6 12.cd ttJ d5 13.lLld5 1Mid5 14.ie4 '?NbS
22.1Mic6 l'!ae8 23.1Mig2 l'!e4, with active play 1 5.a4 1!9 a 6 1 6 . l'! d1 ie7 1 7 .b4 O - O !
for a pawn. 18.1!9h3 ! g 6 19.ib2) Kasparov-Karpov,
-691464. London wcm(6), 1986
19 ...1!9c4 !
Ex.99 ( 1.e4 e5 2.ttJf3 ttJ f6 3.ttJe5 d6 4.ttJf3 While bringing the queen back into play,
ttJ e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 ttJ c6 7.0-0 ig4 8.c4 Black parries the unpleasant threat of 'lWc3.
ttJ f6 9.ttJc3 if3 10.1!9t3 ttJ d4 1l .1!9e3 ttJ e6 Other continuations are weaker:
12.cd ttJ d5 13.ttJd5 1!9d5 14.ie4 1!9b5 15.a4 A) 1 9 . . . ct:J f4 ? 2 0 . IWe3 ! IWe2 2 1 .'lWd4 f6
1Mia6 16.l'!d1 ie7 17.1!9f3 l'!b8 ! ? 1 8.b4 0-0 22.if3 ! ;
19.1'!d7 ? ! ) Howell-Ivanchuk, Groningen B ) 1 9 . . . ib4? 20.Eld3 ! [!-:.IWh7] ct:Jg7 2 1 .'lWh6
1 986 f6 22.Eld7+- ;
In this variation Black must be extremely C) 1 9 . . . ct:JgS? 20.IWh6 if6 2 1 .ib7 !+- (vari­
cautious, since White's attack can become ations by Kasparov).
very strong . Thus, 1 9 . . . if6? is bad in view 20J'x:d7 ! ?
of 20.lWfS , and 1 9 . . . ib4? ! fails to 20.IWh3 After 20.ib7 ? ! or 20.Ele l Black initiates
g6 2 1 .ib2. However, White has not had counterplay in the centre by 20 . . l::l a d8 ! ,
.

time to open an escape square for his king, while i f 2o .idS h e has 20 . . . IWc2 and the
and this allows B lack to defuse the situa­ tempo of White's attack is reduced : for ex­
tion on the board, while preserving a mate­ ample, 2 1 .ieS Elad8 22.Eldc l IWd2 ! 23 .1e6
rial advantage. fe 24.IWe6 Eln (Karpov) or 22.Elac1 'lWe i '
19 l'!bd8 ! !
•.. 23 .Elc I EldS+ (Makarychev). (For more de­
The weakness of the first rank is the leit­ tails- 71 1484/ 19.ib2 )
motif of Black's play in the following vari­ 20 l'!ae8 ! Karpov defends himself with the
.••

ations (analysis by Ivanchuk) : utmost precision. 20 . . . IWe4? is weaker in view


1 ) 20. Ele7 IWd6 ! 2 1 .ia3 IWe7 22.bS ct:J cS of 2 1 .IWc3 f6 22.Ele7 -t , while other moves
2 3 . i h 7 [ 2 3 . El e l g 6 ! - + ] m h 7 2 4 . IWfS (20 . . . ib4?, 20 . . . id6? or 20 . . . IWb4?) would
[24.IWhS ct?g8 2s .ics IWf6-+] g6 2S .ics have allowed the elegant blow 2 1 .ig6 ! .

1 82
After this the game went 2 1 ..idS (after the With a subtle prophylactic move White once
best 2 U l :e l ! ? iWb4 22 . .ic3 ctJ gS 2 3 .iWd3 again prevents the exchange of the l ight­
Wa4 24 . .ig6 ! hg 2S .Elee7 Ele7 26.Ele7 iWf4 square bi shops : 12.Elac1 ! E1e8 [ 1 2 . . . .ifS ??
27 .Wg6 ! fg 2S .Elg7 �hS 29 .Eln, according 1 3 . fi d6 fi d 3 ? 1 4 . fi e 7 + - ] 1 3.h3 fi e 6
to analysis by Kasparov the game ends in a 14.E1fe1 ltJ f8 lS.ltJf1 c 6 16.ltJg3 a s 17.h4!
draw) 21...iWb4 22 . .ic3 ltJ f4 ! 23 . .ib4 ltJ h3 ( starting an assault on the kingside) b6
24.gh .ib4+. 18.hS fif6 19.Wfd2 cS 20 . .ieS
The weakness of the dark squares has be­
E x . 1 0 I ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 4.ltJf3 come tangible. White has a great advantage.
ttJe4 S.d4 dS 6 ..id3 ltJ c6 7.0-0 .ig4 8.c4 - 75/S04/9.ltJ bd21B.
ttJ f6 9.ltJ c3 .if3 1 0.Wff3 ltJ d4 1 l .Wfh3 ! ?
ttJe6! ? 12.cd ltJ dS) Ex. 1 04 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJ eS d6
An important position for the assessment of 4.ltJf3 ltJ e4 S.d4 dS 6.fid3 fie7 7.0-0 ltJ d6
the entire 6 ... ltJc6 system. White has re­ 8 . .if4 .ig4 9 . ltJ bd2 0-0 1 0 . Ele 1 ltJ d 7 )
cently found two promising ways of devel­ Dvoretsky-Schussler, Tbilisi 1980. White
oping his attack: el iminates the pin with a standard knight
A) 1 3 . .ibS ! c6 1 4 . El d l cb I S . El dS iW c S manoeuvre.
1 6 .ie3 i b 4 1 7 . ctJ bS 0 - 0 I S . El c l Wf e S l 1 . ltJ ru [ A I 2 . ctJ g3 , 1 3 . h3] ltJ f6 ? !
1 9 . W g4 fi e 7 2 0 . ctJ c7 ctJ c 7 2 1 . El c 7 ± [ 1 1 . . . EleS ! ?] 12.ltJg3 ltJ hS 13.ltJ bS fibS -
Pletanek-Dufek, corr 1 992 ( - 72/4 S 6/ Pos . I OS .
l1...ltJ e6/C ) ; - 75/S 07.
B) 1 3 .ig6 ! and after 1 3 . . . iWd7 [ 1 3 . . . hg ! ?]
1 4.EJ:e l ! 0-0-0 I S . ctJ dS hg 1 6 .iWhS Black Ex. I OS (Continuation of Ex. 104)
does not obtain sufficient compensation for With an u n e x pected thrust by h i s rook,
the exchange Nadanian-Sharbatov, corr White obtai ns the bishop pair: 14.E1eS !± fif3
1992/93 lS.Wff3 c6 1 6.Wfg3! [A I 7 .Ele7] ( l 6.fih7?
- 72/4S6/11 ... ltJ e6/D) . �h7 1 7 .ElhS <j;!gS I S .iWh3 was premature in
view of I S .. .fS ! 1 9 .Ele I ctJ e4 ! L1 ctJ f6 ) fih4? !
Ex. 1 02 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ltJf3 ltJ f6 3.ltJeS d6 -Pos . 1 06
4.ttJf3 ltJe4 S.d4 dS 6.fid3 fie7 7.0-0 ltJd6)
It is always a pleasure to find moves which, Ex. 1 06 (Continuation of Ex. 1 0S)
while favouring the development of one's A standard sacrifice dec ides the game :
own play, at the same time put obstacles in 17.fih7 �h7 18.E1hS �g8 19.Wfh3 !+- (but
the way of the opponent. Black i s preparing not 1 9 .Elh4?? ctJ fS or 1 9 .iWh4? iWh4 20.Elh4
to exchange the light-square bishops. The ctJ fS ) gS 20.g3 !
most logical continuation is 8 . .if4, since White wins back the piece while maintain­
now if 8 . . . ifS ? ? there i s 9 .fid6+- . ing a very strong attack. Going into an end­
- 75. game does not save the day for B l ack:
20...Wfc8 21 .Wfc8 ltJ c8 22. .id2 ltJ e7 23.gh
Ex. l 03 ( C ontinuation of Ex. 1 02 ) gh 24.';f;'h 1 ! and B l ack resigned because of
( 8 ..ig4 9.ltJ bd2 0-0 10.c3 ltJ d7 1l .Wfc2
. the variation 24 . . . ctJ g6 2S .Elg I EleS 26.f4+-.
g6? ! ) Balashov-Benko, Lone Pine 1977. E x . 1 07 ( 1 .d4 dS 2.c4 dc 3.ltJc3 eS 4.e3 ed

1 83
S.ed lLl f6 6 .ie4 .ie7 7.lLlf3 0-0 S.h3 lLl bd7
• White has no problem in developing his at­
9.0-0 lLl b 6 1 0 . .i b 3 e6 l l Jl: e 1 lLl b d S tack: 2S.!l:e1 !l:deS 26.!l:ge3 lLl b6 27.tiJ c5
1 2 . .ig; .i e 6 1 3 . lLl l5 !l: e S 1 4 . !l: c 1 ) �eS? 2S.�f4 ! 1 -0
Yusupov-Huebner, Belfort 1 9S5
When playing against an isolated pawn, one
should, as a rule, strive for simplification.
By consistently carrying out this strategy,
Black achieves the more pleasant game :
1 4 . . . lLl e 7 ! l S . .i e2 lLl d 7 ! 1 6 . Wl hS lLl fS
1 7 . .ie7 !l: e 7 l S . !l: e d 1 f6 1 9 . 1Ll f3 Wl d 7
20.Wlc5 !l:eeS 2 1 .!l:e3 lLl dS+
- 78/5 26.

Ex . 1 08 ( 1 .d4 dS 2.e4 de 3.lLle3 eS 4.e3 ed


S.ed lLl f6 6 . .ie4 .ie7 7 . lLl f3 0-0 S.O-O
lLlbd7 9.!l:e1 lLl b6 10 . .ib3 e6 1 l . .igS .ig4)
Vaganian - Huebner, Tilburg 19S3
White frees his knight without playing h3-
g4, which would weaken his castled posi­
tion : 12.Wld3 .if3? ! [ 1 2 . . . .ih5 ] 13.Wlf3 lLl fdS
14 ..ie7 lLl e7 -Pos . 1 09
-80/5 3 8 .

Ex. 1 09 (Continuation o f Ex. 1 0S)


The light-square bishop brings very strong
pressure to bear on the f7-square. White 's
aim is to avoid a blockade at d5 .
lS.!l:eS ! lLl g6 1 6 .!l:e4 lLl d7 1 7.!l:d1 WlaS
l S . !l: e3 !l: adS? B l ack should not allow
White ' s next manoeuvre . 1 8 .. . tIJ f6± was
correct. 19. 1Ll e4! Wle7 -Pos. l l 0

Ex. 1 1 0 (Continuation of Ex. 109)


A comparison with the previous diagram
reveals that the situation has developed in
favour of White.
20.h4 ! (an analogous method to Ex . l 03) h6
[20 . . . Wlf4 2 1 .h5 �n 22.!l:n CiJ e7 2 3 . CiJ d6+­
] 2 1 .Wlg4 c;t;> hS [ 2 1 . . . �f4 2 2 . � f4 CiJ f4
23 . CiJ d6+- Vaganian] 22.hS lLl f4 23.!l:g3 gS
24.hg fg
Black's position is finally destroyed and

1 84
Chapter 7

I. 7.1. Overview

The laenisch System (6 . . . fle7-7 . . . CiJ c6) is After 8 . g e i flg4 White faces a choice :
the most popular in the Petroff Defence. whether to continue 9 . c 3 or 9 .c4 (chapter
Three chapters of this book are devoted to 8 ) . The 9 . c 3 variation is one of the sharp­
this system. White ' s main continuations are est and most complex lines in the Petroff
8.:ge 1 (-chapters 7 - 8 ) and 8 . c4 (chapter 9 ) . Defence, and thus it is ideally suited for
Other continuations do n o t promise h i m crucial battles. Before delving into the theo­
any advantage (-8 1 - 82, position 1 1 2 . ) retical section which refers to this line, it
might be useful to examine game 5 and
After 8 .:ge 1 Black can support the knight
positions 1 20- 1 30. They reflect some typi­
at e4 in two different way s : 8 . . .flf5 (the
cal methods and strategic ideas of the vari­
topic of the first part of thi s chapter) or
ation.
8 . . . ig4 (-part two and chapter 8 ) .
The main continuation 1 O .\Wb3 (after 10 . .
The 8 . . . flf5 system is reliable enough for f5 ) makes plans connected with queenside
Black. The line 9 .flb5 is not too danger­ castling more dangerous for B l ack (-92-
ous (-84, position 1 1 3 ) . The continuation 93). After 1 0 . . . 0-0 1 1 . CiJ bd2 Black has a
9 .llJ bd2 ( - 8 5 ) looks harmless, but B lack choice between the reserved 1 1 . . . CiJ a5 (­
must be carefu l : even in this simplified game 5 , -97) and the gambit-style l l . . . ct?h8
position White retains a slight initiative on (-94-96). Here he sacrifices the b7 -pawn,
the e-file (-positions 1 1 4- 1 1 5 ) . The most but gains time for preparing an attack on
unpleasant for B l ack is Karpov ' s continu­ the kingside (-94-96). Although in this case
ation 9 .c4, when it is much more difficult the play is more concrete, it is important
for him to fight for the centre (-86-8 8 , po­ for Black to retain control of the key e5-
sitions 1 1 6- 1 1 9) . square.

1 85
Il�
1.7.2. Theory

7 ... ttJ c6

a b c d e f 9 h

8 8

6 6

5 5

4 4

3 3

a b c d e f 9 h

1 .e4 e5 2 . ttJ f3 ttJ f6 3 . ttJe5 d6 4 . ttJ f3 ttJ e4


5 . d4 d5 6.id3 ie7 7 . 0-0 ttJ c6

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 IS 16
39 1 3
81 ct:Jbd 2 5 i.d 2 54 e3 i.f4 54 i.d6 !::I e 1 !::I e 3 vtie 2 vtie 3
O 2
ct:J d 2 54 i.g4 0 _ 0 54 i.d6 544 vtid6 i.hS !::I a e8 !::I e 3 i.f3 54 5
7 54 X
82 ct:J c 3 vtie 1 54 ct:J e 4 �e 4 e3 � fS !::l e I �gS 00

54 6
� fS 0-0 de �b 4 !::I e 8 !::l e I �d6
O 2 55 3
83 !::I e 1 ct:J e 3 55 be ed 55 !::I b 1 vtia4 554 e4 � f4 de
54 9 ct:J e 3 55
1 6
� fS �d 3 0-0 !::I b 8 a 6 555 !::I e 8 de ct:Jd 4 55 �
5X e3
84 �b S ct:Jbdi ct:J f1 �d 3 � fS vtib 3 vtibS
55 7 9 60
�f6 0-0 ct:Je7 ct:J g 6 ct:J d6 55 ct:J fS b6 a6 5
62 6 67
8S ct:Jbd 2 vtid2 5 vtid 3 e3 5 4 � f4 !::I e 3 !::I a e 1 h3 5
61 5 63 6 66 6X
ct:J d 2 5 �d 3 0-0 vti d7 5 5 a6 5 !::I a e8 i.d8 !::I e 3 5 t
5 70 72 5 74 76
86 e4 � f1 a3 ed 5 ct:J e 3 be �f4 !::I a i
69 71 5 73 7
ct:J b 4 5 0_ 0 5 ct:J e6 vtidS ct:J e 3 � f6 vtid i 5 !::I a d8 5 77 t
87 ct:J e 3 be �e 4 �gS ct:J h 4
m 79 RO
ct:J e 3 de � d6 5 vtid7 ct:JaS 5 t
88 � f4 �a 2
R1 X2
� f6 ct:J aS 5 eS 5 t

1 86
539 8.c3 B) l O.if5 tiJ f5 l 1 .iWb3 ��e 1 , tiJe5 Forintos,
A) 8 . . .if5 9 J'� e 1 - 8 . �e l ; Haag.
B ) 8 . . . iWd6 9.�e l f5 l O. tiJ e 5 tiJ e5 l 1 .de iWg6 8 ...ifS 9 .iWe2 ClJ d6
1 2 .ie3 0-0 1 3 .f4 ie6 1 4 . tiJ d2 c5 1/2_1/2 A) l O.c3 0-0 1 1 .if5 tiJ f5 1 2 . �el �e8
Rivera-Forintos, Benidorm 1 983; 1 3 . iW bS g b 8 1 4 . tiJ f l a6 1 5 . iW d 3 g6=
C) 8 . . . ig4 Deutschmann-Treppner, Bundesliga 1986;
C1) 9 . h3 ? ! ih5 B) 1 0.if5 tiJ f5 I l .iWd3 iWd7 1 2 . tiJ b3 0-0=
C11) 1 0. tiJbd2 Silva S anches-Solomon, Thessaloniki 01
C111 ) 1O .. .f5 1 1 .iWb3 ( l 1 .�e 1 -8 .�e 1 ) iWd6°o 1984.
Hamalainen-Almeida , Arnhem j Euro­
pean ch 1989; 541 9.iWd2 0-0 l O.c3 id6 1 1 .ic2 iWf6
C112) 1 0 . . . tiJd2=; 1 2 .iWd3 iWg6 1 3 . tiJ h4 iWd3 1 4 . i d 3 g6
C12) 1 0.if4 id6+ Rios Parra-Camejo, [ 1 4 ... ClJ e7 = ; 14 ... ge8=] 1 5 .f4 f6 1 6 . h 3 id7
Santiago jwch 1990; 1 7 . g4 a6 1 8 .b4 tiJ e 7 = J.Polgar-Gulko, Dos
C2) 9 .11J bd2 Hermanas 1 994.
C21) 9 . . . ClJd2 -81;
C22) 9 . . .f5 1 0 .iWb3 �b8 1 1 . tiJ e U Forintos, 542 10 . . . iWd6 I I . g e 1 (Valda-Fayard,
Haag. Cap'd Agde 1986) 0-0-0= Forintos, Haag.
8.h3 0-0 9.�e l -5 1 5/E.
543 1 l .iWc2? if3 .
540 8... tiJ gS 9 . ClJ g5 ig5 1 l .h3 ih5 1 2 .ge 1
A) \ O.E1e 1 ie6= Levenfish; A) 1 2 . . . iWd7 ? ( C a pa b l a n c a-Marshall,
B) 1 O.f4t Forintos, Haag. Havana 1913) 1 3 . tiJ e5 ! id 1 [ 1 3 . . . tiJ e5
8 . . . lLlf6 9.c3 0-0 1 4.ih7 ! ] 1 4. tiJ d7 gfd8 1 5 . tiJ e5 !+-;
A) l O.h3 id6 1 1 .�e l �e8 1 2.ClJf1 h6 1 3 .ClJ e3 B) 12 . . . ig6 ? ! 1 3 .ig6 h g 1 4 .iWb3 ClJ a5
Cfje7 1 4 . tiJe5 c5� Bauer-Marosi, Kecs­ 1 5 .iWc2 g e 8 [ o 1 5 . . . i d 6 ] 1 6 . i f4 id6
kernet 1 9 9 1 ; 17 .ge8 iWe8 1 8 .id6± Efimov-Zaura, Lvov
B ) 1 O.E1e I ! ? 1976;
B1) 1 O . . . ig4 1 1 . tiJ f 1 t ; C) 1 2 . . . iWd6 ! ? Forintos, Haag;
B2) 1 O . . . E1e8 1 1 . tiJ f1 h 6 1 2 .if4 id6 1 3 .�e8 D) 12 . . . id6= Forintos, Haag
Cfje8 1 4.iWd2 ie6 1 5 . � e l if4 1 6.iWf4 iWf6 l l .gel
1 7.V!1 g3 ClJd6= Neverovsky-Daniluik, Voro­ A) 1 1 . . .ge8 1 2 .ge3 iWd7 1 3 .iWc2 h6 1 4.h3
nezh 1991; ie6 1 5 .gae l t Frolov-Biti, Pula op 1994;
C) 1 O.lLle5 ! ? id6 1 l .f4t von Massov-Ba­ B ) 1 1 . . . id6= Vargas-Scalli, Dubai 01 1986.
tik, corr 1928. 1l .ic2 (Nikolin-Oziochru, Dubai 01 1986)
8... lLl d6 9.c3 if5 id6= .
A) 1 O.V!1c2 id3 I l .iWd3 0-0 1 2 . tiJ e5
AI) 1 2 . . . ClJe5 1 3 .de tiJ e8 1 4 . ClJ f3 c5 1 5 .if4 544 1l ...if6? 1 2.�el ih5 1 3 .�e3 ig6
v;rd7 1 6.E1adl ClJ c7= Lasker-Schowalter, 1 4 .iWc2 iWd7 1 5 .gae l ± Boensch-Yusupov,
N u e r nbe r g 1896. Cienfuegos 1 979.
A12) 1 2 . . . tiJb8 1 3 .�e l c6tl= Savon-Bron­
stein, USSR 1976; 545 17.iWf3 ge8 1 8.g3 tiJ b8 != Alburt-

1 87
Dvoretsky, Minsk USSR ch 11 1 976 1 3 . liJ e6 �e7 1 4.bc �e6 1 5 .�h5+- ;
B22) 1 O . . . liJ c 3 1 1 .bc dc 1 2 . ge6 cd 1 3 .Vc\lb3
546 8 ... f5? ! 9 .�b5± Forintos, Haag. �d7 1 4.�g5 0-0-0 1 5 .�e7 liJ e7 1 6.ctJeS
8 ... liJ c3 9 . bc �e8 1 7 .gab l b6 1 8 .�a3+- Steinitz.
A) 9 . . . �g4 1 O.gb l 8 ... liJ f6
AI) 1 0 . . . liJ a5 ? I l .h3 �h5 ? 1 2 . g e l 0-0 A) 9.c3
1 3 . g e5 �g6 1 4 . g b 5 ± Adorj a n-Miles, A I ) 9 ... 0-0 1 O.�f4 �d6 1 1 . liJ e5 -B;
Hastings 1973/74; A2) 9 . . . �g4 -584/9.liJf6;
A2) I O . . . gb8 I I .ge I 0-0 1 2 .�f4 B) 9 .�f4 0-0 I 0.c3 �d6 [ I 0 . . . �g4± Alapin·
A2 1 ) 1 2 . . . �d7 ? 1 3 .ge3 g5 1 4.�g3 f5 1 5 .�e5 Mason, Dresden 1 892] I I . liJ e 5± g e 8
f4 1 6 . g e l �f6 1 7 . � ffi g f6 1 8 .h3 �h5 1 2 . liJ d2 liJ g4 1 3 . liJ df3 liJ ce5 1 4.de �cS
1 9 . 1iJ e5 ! ± Browne-Murray, Vancouver 1 5 .�g 3 liJ h6 1 6.�c2± Tarrasch-Walbrodt,
197 1 ; Nuernberg m 1894.
A22) 1 2 . . . h6=/± Adorjan; 8 ... liJ d6
B) 9 . . . 0-0 1 O.h3 [ I O.gb I ] �e6 l I .ge I A) 9 . c 3
B1) 1 I . . . h6 1 2 . liJ e5 liJ e 5 1 3 . g e5 �d6 AI ) 9 . . . 0-0 ? ! I 0.�c2 h6 1 1 .�f4± Markus·
1 4.gh5 ! ? �f6?? 1 5 .�g5+- Genova-Galo­ Andrade, Las Palmas 1 995;
bert, corr 1956; A2) o9 . . . �f5 ;
B2) 1 I . . . �d7 1 2 .�f4 gfe8 1 3 . gbl gab8 B) 9 . liJ c 3 �e6 1 O. liJ e2± Steinitz;
1 4.ge3 �f6 1 5 . liJ g5± Aronin-Zhilin, USSR C) 9 .�f4
1959. Cl) 9 . . . liJ b4 1 O .�fl �f5 1 1 . liJ a'1 ctJ c4')
1 2 . liJ c4 dc 1 3 .�c4 liJ c2 1 4.ge5 �d7 1 5 .gc l
547 9.ge1 -8 .ge l �f5 9 . liJ c 3 . liJ b4 1 6 .�n ! +- � n 1 7 .ge7 1-0 Salm·
Garner, corr 1959;
548 15.liJ g5?! h 6 1 6 . liJ e4 �f8 1 7 .�g4? ! C2) 9 . . . 0-0 1 O.c3
liJe7 1 8 . liJ c5 b6 1 9 . 1iJ d3 c5+ Balashov­ C21) IO . . . �g4 I l .h3 �h5 1 2 . liJ bd2 �g6
Yusupov, Minsk 1982. (Lanka-Mikenas, Riga 1978) 1 3 .�g6 hg
15.�g5�. 1 4.�b3± Forintos, Haag;
C22) I O . . . �e6 1 1 . liJ bd2 �d7 [ 1 1 . . .�f5
549 8 ... f5? ! 9.c4 1 2 . liJ fl �d3 1 3 .�d3 liJ c4 1 4.b3 ctJ b6
A) 9 . . . liJ b4 1 O.cd [ 1 O.�fU] liJ d 3 1 1 .�d3 1 5 . liJ g 3 ± R.Byrne] 1 2 . liJ f J f5 ? '
0-0 [ o I 2 . . . gfe 8 ± R.Byrne] 1 3 . �e2 ctJ e4
1 2 . liJ c3± Solomon-Singh, Thessaloniki 01 1 4 . liJ e5 liJ e 5 1 5 . �e5 �f6 1 6 .�f6 g f6
1988; 1 7 . f3± R.Byrne-Reshevsky, USA ch 1972
B) 9 . . . �e6 -13/256.
B l ) 1 O.cd �d5 l I . liJ c 3 liJ c 3 1 2 .bc 0-0
B11) 1 3 .�f4 �d6 1 4 .�c\6 �d6 1 5 . liJ e5 ± 550 9.c3 0-0 I O.�c2 [ 1 O . liJ bd2?? ctJf2]
Loewenthal-Morphy, London 1858; A) 1 0 . . . �d6 1 1 . liJ bd2 liJ d2 1 2 .�d2 �d3
BU) 1 3 . liJ e5 ! ? liJ e 5 1 4 . g e 5 ± L1�e2 1 3 .�d3 �d7 1 4 . liJ g 5 g6 1 5 . liJ f3 a6=
Maroczy; Sznapik-Rogoff, Amsterdam 1980;
B2) 1 O. liJ c 3 B) 1 0 . . . �g6 I I . liJ bd2 liJ d2 1 2 .�d2 �d6
B21) 1 0 . . . � b 4 1 1 .�e4 fe 1 2 . liJ g5 �c3 1 3 .�g6 hg 1 4.c4 dc 1 5 .�c4 �d7 1 6.�c3

1 88
0Je7= �ttJd5 Tsarev-S.Ivanov, Thzla 1989; AI) 1 2 . . . CD a5 ? ! 1 3 .�f5± Van der Bosch­
C) 1 0. . . !::l e 8 1 1 .�f4 �d6 1 2 .�d6 � d6 Barendregt, Amsterdam 1 954;
1 3 .liJbd2 ttJ d2 1 4 .�d2 �d3= Fedorowicz­ A2) 1 2 . . . !::l b 8 Forintos, Haag;
Reshevsky, USA ch 1 98 1 . B) 1 2 .c4
9 a3
. B l ) 1 2 . . . CD b4? ! 1 3 .�e2 Forintos, Haag;
A) 9 . . �g6? ! 1 O. c4 ttJ f6 l 1 . ttJ e5± Popovic­
. B2) 1 2 . . . !::l e 8 1 3 .cd �d5 1 4 . c4 �d7 1 5 .�e3±
Bellin, Hastings 1980; Torre-Speelman, Hastings 1 980/8 1 ;
B) 9 . . . liJd6 1 O.�f5 ttJ f5 1 1 .�d3 �d7 1 2.ttJc3 B3) 1 2 . . . dc 1 3 .�c4 �d6 1 4. a4 !::l e 8 1 5 .�b2
g6 1 3 .b4 f6 1 4.�f4 0-0-0 1 5 .b5 ttJ a5 1 6. g4 �d7 1 6 .d5 CD b4f± Velimirovic-Mijailovic,
0J g7 1 7 .ttJd5� Hulak-Henley, Indonesia Yugoslavia ch 1991;
1982; B4) 12 . . . �f6 ! ? � 1 3 .�a3 ? CD d4 ! Adorjan.
C) 9 . . 0-0 1 0.c4
.

C1) 1 O . . . �f6 553 1 2.�b3 !::l b 8 1 3 . CD e5 [ 1 3 . !::l e2 Fo­


C 11) l 1 .cd �d5 rintos, Haag] CD e5 1 4 .!::l e 5 c6 1 5 .�a3 �f6
Cll) 1 2.ttJc3 ttJ c 3 1 3 .bc !::l fe8 1 4.�f4? !::l e i 1 6.�f8 �e5 = Kristensen-Schussler, Scan­
1 5 .0J e l ttJ d4 ! =t Liang Jinrong-Zarnicki, dinavian ch 1 98 1 .
Manila (01) 1992;
C112) 1 2 .�e4 �e4 1 3 . ttJ c 3 �f3 1 4 . ttJ d5 �d l 554 13.�f4 �d6 1 4 .�g3 �g3= Suetin­
1 5 .liJf6=; Makarychev, Moscow 1982.
C 12) 1 1 .ttJc3 ttJc3 1 2.bc �d3 1 3 .�d3
C121) 1 3 . . . ttJ a5 1 4 .cd �d5 1 5 .�f4 c 5 555 13 ... !::l e 8 1 4 .�f4 �d7 1 5 .h3 b6 1 6.c4
1 6.�e5±; dc l 7 .dc !::l b d8 1 8 .d5± Moiseev-Mathe,
C 122) 1 3 . . . dc 1 4 .�c4 CD a5 1 5 .�a4 Kecskemet 199 1 .
C1221 ) 1 5 . . . b6 1 6.�f4 �d5 [ 1 6 . . . c5 1 7 . dc !
�c3 1 8 . !::l adl � c 8 1 9 . !::l e 3 ± Kavalek] 556 1 7. CD d4 � d 4 1 8 .�c7 b5 ! 1 9 .�a5
1 7 .� c7 !::l ac8 1 8 . �e5 !::l c 3 1 9 .�f6 gf !::l b c8 20.cb �b4 2 1 . !::l e8 !::l e 8 22.�a4 !::l e 2
20.:1:1ac l ± Kavalek-Karpov, Thrin 1982 - 23 .�g3 �e4� Kapengut-Andrianov, USSR
33/431 ; 1982.
C1222) 1 5 . . . c5 (Wedberg-Schussler, Eksjo
1982) 1 6.�e3 cd 1 7 .�d4 CDc6 1 8 . !::l a b l CD d4 557 9 0-0!? 1 0 .�c6 bc I 1 . CD e5 �h4
•..

1 9 .cd b6=; 1 2.�e3 [ l 2 . g 3 ? f6 ! 1 3 . CD d3 �g5+/t ]


C2) I 0 . . . !::l e 8 ! ? I 1 . CD c3 [ 1 1 .cd �d5oo] CD c 3 A) 1 2 . . . �d6 ? ! 1 3 .�h5 ! �f6 1 4 . CD f3 g5
1 2.bc �d3 1 3 .� d 3 dc 1 4 .�04 � d 6 = 1 5 . CD bd2 �g6 1 6 .�h6 CD d6 1 7 .�g'i �g5
M.Pavlovic. 1 8 .�g5 �g5 1 9 . CD g5± Timman-Portisch,
Moscow 1981 -31/370;
551 9 �b4 ... B) 1 2 .. .f6 (Cvetkovic) 1 3 . CD c6 �d6
A) 1 0.liJd2 0-0 1 l . CD de4 de 1 2 .�e4 CD d4= 1 4 . CD a5 ± ;
Forintos, Haag; C ) 1 2 . . . !::l e 8 !
B) 1 O.�d2 �c3 1 1 .bc 0-0 1 2.c4±. Cl) 1 3 . CD c6 �f6 1 4 . CD e5 CD f2 1 5 .�f2 �f2
1 6 .mf2 �g4 1 7 . CD f3 �f3 1 8 . !::l e 8 !::l e 8 1 9 .9f
552 1 1 �d3 0-0 . ( l 9 .�f3? �d4) �h4 20.mg2 !::l e i 2 1 .�d2
A) 1 2.Elb I �e7 22.mf2 �h4= Makarychev;

1 89
C2) 1 3 .g3 �f6 1 4 ,ct'l c6 �d7 I S . ct:J aS eS� 565 12 ...� d 6
Makarychev. A) 1 3 .�gS E1fe8 1 4.�e7 ct:Je7 I S .E1e3 liJg6
1 6 . E1 ae l �d7 1 7 . g3 E1 e 3 1 8 . E1 e3 E1 e 8 =
558 10 .c4 0-0= Forintos, Haag. Chandler-Speelman, Brighton 1981 ;
10.ct:Je5 �eS I I .de 0-0 1 2 .f3 ct:J eSoo• B) 1 3 .�f5 E1ad8 1 4.�f4± 1/2-1/2 Adorjan­
1 0.�ft 0-0 1 1 . � e 6 be 1 2 .�e5 �e7+ Huebner, Bad Lauterberg em( 8) 1980.
Lepeshkin, Plisetsky.
566 1 3 ... E1fe8 1 4 .h3 [ 1 4.�bS ] a6 I S J:\e3
559 1 3 ... �e7 ? ! 1 4 .�e2 ll ct:J e3 Tal. �d6 1 6 . ct:J gS g6 1 7 .�d6 �d6 1 8 .E1ae l \Wd7
1 9 . ct:J f3 E1e3 20.�e3± Adorjan-Huebner,
560 Karpov-Korchnoi, Merano wcm(4) Bad Lauterberg em( I O) 1 98 0 -29/219.
1981 -32/404. 1 3 ...�d6?! 1 4 . ct:J gS ! [ 1 4 . ct:J e5 �eS I S .de
ct:J e7=] g6 I S .�d6 �d6 1 6 .�h3 hS 1 7 .\Wf3
561 9 ... ct:J d6 I O. ct:J fl 0-0 1 1 . ct:J g3 �g6 [ 1 7 . ct:J e6 ! ? T.Horvath] �d7 1 8 .ct:Jh3 ! 1'lae8
1 2 .c3 �f6 1 3 . � f4± Akopian - S o rokin, 1 9 . ct:J f4± Lukov-Govedarica, Belgrade
USSR 1985. 1982.

562 1 O.�f5 ? ! ct:J f3 I l .gf 0 - 0 1l�d6+ 567 1 6 .E1e8 E1e8 1 7 .E1e8 �e8 1 8 .�fS liJ e7
Cvetkovic. 1 9 .� g4 ct:J g6= Ljubojevic-Christiansen,
Mar del Plata 198 1 .
563 10 .•• �g4? 1 1 .�gS �f3 1 2 .�g7 E1f8 1 6 . ct:J 6 ct:J eS 1 7 .de �b5= Kavalek­
1 3 .�h6+- Adorjan. Smyslov, Amsterdam 198 1 .
1 0 ...�d7 1 1 .�fS �fS I 2 . ct:J eS± Adorjan. 1 6.�e2 E1 e 3 1 7 .�e3 �fS =.
10 ... �6 I I . e 3 ± ll ct:J g S ; 1l �e 2 ; 1l ct:J e S
Adorjan. 568 1 7 .�e3 �fS =.
1 7.E1e3
564 12.�f4 A) 1 7 " .E1e8 1 8 .�fS E1e6±;
A) 1 2 " .�d6 1 3 . ct:J gS [ 1 3 .�d6 �d6= 1 4.E1e2 B) 1 7 " .f6 1 8 .E1e2 E1f7 [ 1 8 " .E1e8 ? ! 1 9 .1'le8
E1ae8 I S . E1 ae l E1e2 1 6 .�e2 a6 1 7 . e 3 f6 �e8 20.�fS± Kasparov] 1 9 . ct:J d2
1 8 . ct:J h4 g6 1 9 . � B � d7= Kavalek­ Bl) 1 9 " . E1 e 7 20 . ct:J b3 E1e2 2 1 .�e2 �e7
Portisch, Linares 198 1 ] g6 1 4 .�d2 �f6 22 .�g4 ! �g4 2 3 . hg4± Kasparov;
I S .�d6 �d6 1 6.E1e3 E1ae8 1 7 .E1 ae l �d7± B2) 1 9 " .�e7 20. ct:J f 1 �f8 2 1 .�f3
Kavalek-Reshevsky, USA ch 198 1 ; B21) 2 l . . .E1e7 ? 2 2 . ct:J e3 ct:Jd8 23 .�e7 ! \We7
B ) 1 2 " .h6 1 3 . e3 a 6 1 4.E1e2 � d 7 I S . E1ae l 24 . ct:J dS �d6 2 S . ct:J e7 �e7 26 .�e4 �f8
E1ae8 1 6.h3 �d8 1/2_1/2 Henley-Adorjan, (Kasparov-Karpov, USSR 1981 -31/369)
Indonesia 1 983; 27.e4 b6 2 8 . dS± Kasparov;
C) 1 2 " . a6 1 3 .E1e3 [ 1 3 .�fS �f6 1 4.e3 ct:J e7 B22) ct:J d 8 2 2 . ct:J e3 e6
I S .�e2 ct:J g6 1 6 . �g3 e6= Lj uboj evic­ B221) 2 3 . � g3 E1 e 7 [ 2 3 " . ct:J e6 24. h4t
Timman, Luzern wtch 1 989 ] �d7 D ; - Kasparov] 24.h4 ct:J f7= llE1e8, �d6 ;
D) 1 2 " .�d7 1 3 . E1e2 [ 1 3 .e3 -85] a6 1 4.E1ae 1 B222) 2 3 . h4±.
E1ae8 I S .e3 �d8 1 6 .E1e8 S67/1 6 . E1 e8;
-

12.�d2 �f6 1 3 . ct:J eS Lasker. 569 9 ... 0-0

1 90
A) 1 0.cd WdS A) 1 1 .!c4 ? ! 0-0 1 2 . a3
AI) 1 1 .We2 ttJ f6 1 2 . ttJ c3 �d3 1 3 .Wd3 AI) 1 2 . . . ttJ dS 1 3 .!d3 ttJ d6 1 4 . Ei: e5 !d3
�d7=; l S . Wd3 c 6 1 6 . ttJ c3 ttJ c3 1 7 .bc !f6=
A2) 1 1 .!e4 !e4 1 2 . ttJ c3 �f3 1 3 . ttJ dS !d 1 Palacios-F.Braga, Manzanillo 1 983;
1 4. '1J e7 ttJ e7 l S .Ei:e7 Ei:fe8=; A2) 1 2 . . . ttJ d6 ! 1 3 .�b3 ttJ d3 1 4.Ei:e3 ttJ e I
A3) 1 1 .ttJc3 ttJ c 3 1 2 .bc l S .We I
A31) 1 2 . . . !d3 ? ! 1 3 . W d 3 bS [ 1 3 . . . !f6 A21) l S . . . !f6 1 6 . ttJ c 3 c6 1 7 .dS Ei: c 8 +
1 4.�f4±] 1 4.!f4 !d6 l S . ttJ gS g6 1 6 .Wh3 Hjartarson-Barua, Biel izt 1 993;
h5 1 7 . ttJ e4 �g7 1 8 .We3± Ab ramovic­ A22) 1 5 . . . c6
Radulov, Vrnjacka Banja 1 983; A221) 1 6.d5 �f6 1 7 . ttJ c 3 cS 1 8 .Wd2 bS
A32) 1 2 . . . Ei:fe 8 1 3 . �f4 !d3 [ 1 3 . . . !d6? 1 9 .Ei:ae 1 Wb6+ Reshetnikov-Gaiser, corr
1 4J�e8 Ei:e8 l S . c4 WaS 1 6 .!d2 !b4 1 7 .!b4 1 98 1 ;
iLlb4 1 8 .!5 WfS 1 9 .Wa4 ttJ c6 20.dS+­ A222) 1 6 . ttJ bd2 !f6 1 7 .WcS ! g 6 1 8 .Ei:ee 1
Matulovic] 1 4.Wd3 Wd7 l S .Ei:ab l b6 1 6 .dS ttJ fS 1 9 . dS c d 2 0 .WdS Wb6+ Burkov­
E1ad8 1 7 .c4± Matulovic-Kapelan, Vrsac Gaiser, corr 198 1 ;
1985 -40/(382); B) 1 1 .ttJ c 3 !
A33) 1 2 . . . bS ! ?oo Radulov; B l ) 1 1 . . . ttJ c 3 1 2.bc
A4) 1 1 .!f4 ! ? Ei:fe8 ? ! 1 2 .!e4 !e4 1 3 . ttJ c 3 B ll) 1 2 . . . ttJc2? 1 3 .Ei:eS Wd7
if3 1 4 . ttJ dS !d 1 1 5 . Ei:ed 1 ± Ziatdinov­ B ll l ) 1 4 .We2 ttJ a l l S .!a3± Karpov;
Kapetanovic, Belgrade 1 990; B 1l2) 1 4.Ei:b l ±;
B) 1 0 . ttJ c3 ttJ c 3 l 1 .bc �d3 1 2 .Wd3 dc B 1 2) 1 2 . . . ttJ d3 ? 1 3 .!d3 cd 1 4.!a3+- ;
1 3 .�c4 !d6 [ 1 3 . . . Wd7 1 4.Ei:b U Timman] B13) 1 2 . . . ttJ dS 1 3 . !G4 !e6 [ 1 3 . . . c 6
Bl) 1 4 .WbS Ei:b8 1 5 . Ei:b 1 a6= Yudasin­ 1 4.!dS±] 1 4.Wd3 [ 1 4.Wb3 ! ± Karpov] 0 -
Kholmov, Lvov 1 983; o l S .Ei:eS c 6 1 6.!gS h 6 1 7 .!e7 We7 1 8 .!b3t
B2) 14.Ei:b l Ei:e8 F.Braga-Sariego, Manzanillo 1983;
B21) 1 5 .Ei:e8 We8 1 6 .!d2 h6 1 7 .Wd3 b6 B2) 1 1 . . . ttJ f6 1 2 .!c4 0-0 1 3 . a3 ttJ c 6
I S .gel Wd7 1 9 .We4 Ei:d8 20.c4 !b4 ! = [ 1 3 . . . ttJ c2 ? 1 4. ttJ h4+-] 1 4.dS ttJ aS l S .!a2
Chandler-Van der Sterren, Luzern 01 1982 cS 1 6.�gS Ei:e8 1 7 .Wa4± !d7 1 8 .Wc2 h6
·34/379; 1 9 . �h4 ttJ dS 2 0 . ttJ dS !h4 2 1 . Ei: e8 !e8
B22) 1 5 .!e3 ! (Karpov-Portisch, Tilburg 1 982 -34/ 377)
B221) l S . . . Wf6 1 6 .Wa4 b6 1 7 .!g5 Wg6 22.Ei:d 1 ± [22.Ei:e l ±] Karpov.
I S .g3 ttJe7 1 9 .!e7 Ei:e7 (Timman-Van der
Sterren, Nederland ch 1 983 -35/399) 572 1 2.�d3 S S O/9.a3/C.
-

20.�c6 ! gd8 2 1 .'it>g2 Ei:e l 22.Ei:e 1 h6 23 . c4


6c5± Timman; 573 14 ... b5? l S . ttJ eS± llttJ c6; llg4,!g2
B222) o l S . . . Wd7t 11 1 6.Ei:b7 ? ttJ aS 1 7 .WbS Forintos, Haag.
1W c S + Van der Sterren.
- 14 ... Ei:fe8? l S .ttJ eS [1l�c4] ttJ e5 1 6.Ei:eS Wd7
1 7 .Wf3± Karpov.
570 10.cd ? ttJ f2 !+ 1 1 .�bS c6 1 2 .dc bc 14 ...!d6? I S . c4 WaS 1 6.!d2+- Karpov.
1 3 .�c6 liJ c 6 1 4 . �f2 0-0-+ Adorjan. 14 ...!g6 ? ! l S .c4 Wd7 [ 1 S . . . Wd6 1 6.d5 �f6
1 7 .cS ! ± Karpov] 1 6 .dS !f6
571 10 ... dc A) 1 7 .!d2 ttJ d4= [ 1 7 . . . !a l ? 1 8 .dc Wc6

1 91
1 9 .�a l ± ] ; A232) 22.Ei:hS �g7 23 .id3 h6 24.ifS Ei:fd8
B) 1 7 .igS? ia l 1 8 .dc �d l 1 9 .Ei:dl if6 2S . Ei:e l cS 26.dS c4co Am.Rodriguez;
20.cb Ei:ab8-+ Karpov; A233) 22.Ei:e3± Am.Rodriguez;
C) 1 7 .Ei:a2 lLl aS B) 1 6.c4 �d7 l 7 .dS i a l 1 8 .� a l oo
C l ) 1 8 .id2 b6 1 9.iaS ba 20.lLleS± Karpov; Am.Rodriguez;
C2) 1 8 . lLl eS ieS 1 9 .Ei:eS b6 2o.if4 Ei:ae8 C) 1 6.Ei:e3 lLl aS
2 1 .Ei:ae2± Karpov; C 1 ) 1 7 .ieS cS 1 8 .if6 gf= Tal;
C3) 1 8 .if4 C2) 1 7 .�e2 cS 1 8 .Ei:d l cd 1 9 . 1Ll d4 lLlc4°o
C31) 1 8 . . . b6 1 9 . 1Ll e5 ieS 2 0 . Ei: e5 Ei: fe8 Tal;
2 1 .Ei:ae2± Karpov; C3) 1 7 . lLl eS cS 1 8 .g4 ! ±
C32) 1 8 . . . Ei:fe8 1 9 .Ei:ae2± Karpov-Portisch, C3 1) 1 8 . . . ie6 1 9 .ig2 �b3
Luzern (01) 1982 -34/378. C311) 20.dS �d l 2 l .Ei:d 1 ieS 22 .ieS 1g4
14 ...�d6 I S .a4 Ei:fe8 1 6.�b3 2 3 . Ei:g3 f6 !co Tal;
A) 1 6 . . . lLl aS ? 1 7 .�bS+- Lobron; C312) 20.gS ! ± Tal;
B) 1 6 . . . ie6 1 7 .�b7 idS 1 8 .�b l ± Lobron; C32) 1 8 . . . ig6 1 9 .ig2
C) 1 6 . . . b6 1 7 .ia3 �f6 1 8 .ie7 Ei:e7 1 9 .Ei:e7 C321) 1 9 . . . �d8? 20.dcS+- Tal-Garcia
�e7 1 1 9 . . . lLl e 7 2 o . i c4 lLl g 6 2 1 . Ei: e 1 ± ] Gonzalez, Yurmala 1983 -35/402;
20.Ei:e l �f6 120 . . . �d6 2 1 .ic4 ig6 22 . lLl gS C322) 1 9 . . . �b3 20.dS ! ± [20. lLl d7 � fd8
�f6 ± ] 2 1 .�cD Ei: d 8 2 2 . lLl d2! � f8 ! ? 2 l . lLl f6 gf6co] Tal.
[22 . . . g6? ! 23 .�f3 �g7 24. lLl c4± Lobron­
Schussler, BRD 1983 -35/400] 23 .�f3 id7 576 16 i � igS l 7 . lLl gS Ei:ae8 1 8 .�b3
.

24.�g3 �d6 2S .�h4 �h6± Lobron. lLl aS


A) 1 8 . . . h 6 ? ! 1 9 . Ei:e8 Ei: e 8 2 0 . lLl f7 ! 1e6
574 15.c4 �d7+ Xd4 Am.Rodriguez. 2 l . lLl h6 gh 22 .�b7± Glek;
B) 1 9 .�b4 b6 2o. lLl f3 f6 ! = Glek-Antonov,
575 15 . . . lLl as 1 6 .ic7 [ 1 6 . lLl eS] Ei: a c 8 USSR 1984 -38/(417).
1 7 .ieS± Forintos, Haag.
15 Ei:ac8
.•. 577 16 ...Ei:ae8 1 7 . Ei:ae2 Ei:e2 1 8 .�e2 lLl a5
A) 1 6 . lLl e5 lLl eS [ 1 6 . . . ieS 1 7 .ie5 Ei:fe8 1 9 . 1Ll eS �a4 2 0 . � b 2 ! c S 2 l .ibS �b3
1 8 .ic7 ! Am.RodriguezJ I 7 .ieS �c6 22.�b3 lLlb3 2 3 . dS± Ernst-R.Lev, London
AI) 1 8 .�b3 ie6 1 9.c4 ieS 20. Ei:eS �d6= 1987.
Am.Rodriguez-Garcia Gonzalez, Cuba ch 16 . . . Ei:adS 1 7 . Ei: d2 lLl e 7 (M . Pavlovicl
1983 -35/401 ; 1 8 . lLl eS± [ 1 8.ieS± ] .
A2) 1 8 .if6± �f6 1 9 .�f3 b 6 20.Ei:eS
A21) 20 . . . ig6 2 1 .�b7 cS [2 l . . . h6 22. Ei:ae 1 5 7 8 1 3 . . . ie6? 1 4.cd idS I s . lLl d 2 1 ±
�ia6] 22.Ei:ae l ± ��c 8 Am.Rodriguez; Karpov.
A22) 20 . . . ie6 2 1 .�f6 gf 2 2 . Ei:hS � g 7 13 ... if6 1 4 .cd -86.
2 3 .id3 h6 24 . Ei: e I ! ± � Ei: e3-g3 Am.
Rodriguez; 579 14 ... lLl aS!? I S .ia2 cS 1 6 . lLl e5 1f6
A23) 2o . . . id7 2 1 .�f6 gf 1 7 .g4 ! id7 [ 1 7 . . . ie6 ! ?J I 8 .if4 ieS 1 9.�e5
A231) 2 2 . Ei:e7 ie6 23 .ia6 Ei: fe8co Am. cd 20.cd lLlc6 2 1 .Ei:dS± Ehlvest-Khalifman,
Rodriguez; USSR ch 1987 .

1 92
580 1 6 . . . ig4?! 1 7 . f3 [ 1 7 . �bl ctJ as Forintos, Haag.
1 8 .id3] ihS I S .g4 Karpov. C) 1 6 .:9:a2 ctJ aS 1 7 .id3t .
16 ctJ aS 1 7 .ia2
...

A) 1 7 . . . ig4 582 17.ctJ eS cd I S .cd


A I ) 1 8 .f3 ie6 1 9 .dS ifS = Huebner; A) l S . . . :9:cS 1 9 .�a4t a6 ? ! [ 1 9 . . . ic2 ! ? ]
A2) 1 8 .�c2 :9:aeS 1 9 . h 3 °o Lj uboj evic­ 20 . :9: ac 1 bS ? 2 1 .:9:c8 ics 2 2 . ctJ n ! �d4
Yusupov, Barcelona 1 989; [22 . . . :9:n 23 .�aS+-] 23 .�d4 id4 24.id6+­
A3) 1 8 .%Vd3 ! ? :9:feS 1 9 .h3 ihS 20.�fSt; Kovalev-Bode, Dresden op 1 994;
B) 1 7 . . . bS I S . a4 B) l S . . . ctJ c6t .
B1) 1 8 . . . a6 1 9 . ab ab 20. ctJ fS �fS 2 1 .ie7
B 1 1) 2 1 . . .ie7 2 2 . :9:e7 c 6 2 3 . �e2 ctJ c4
24.l::1 e l %VdS 2S .:9:eS [2S .ib3±] :9:a2 26.�a2
l/Je5 27 .�dS cd 2 S .:9:e5 :9:dS 29J1e7 :9:cS
30.l::1 b 7± Karpov;
B12) 2 1 . . .:9:feS 2 2 .id6 cd 23 .ibl �hS
24. l::1 e8 l::1 eS 2S.g4 � h 3 2 6 . :9: aS � c 3
27.l::1 a2 !+- Karpov;
B13) 2 1 . . .:9:fc S 2 2 .ibl �d7 23 .�f3 g6
24.ia2+- Karpov;
B14) 2 l . . . :9:fbS ? ! 22.g4 ! ! �d7 [22 . . . �f4
2 3 . id6 %Vd6 24.�f3 �d7 2 S . :9: e2 ctJ c6
26.l::1 a e l ± /). :9: e S ? ? 2 7 .�n+- Karpov]
23 .in+- Karpov-Portisch, Thrin 1 982 -
33/432;
B2) 1 8 . . . ba ! ? 1 9 .c4 [ l 9 .idS :9:aeS 20.:9:eS
1'1e8 2 1 .ctJf5 �fS 22.�a4 :9:bS 23 .:9:e l ] cS
20.CLlf5 [20.dc ic5 2 1 .:9:e5 �d 1 22.:9:d l ig4
23.1'1c5 id 1 24.:9:aS ] �fS 2 1 .h4 ctJ b3 22 .ib 1
�d7 23 .dc ctJ cS 24.:9:a2t Karpov.

581 IS ...�d7
A) 1 6.Wd2 :9:aeS Makarychev;
B) 1 6. ctJ gS
B1) 1 6 . . . ig5 ? ! 1 7 .ig5 ie6 1 S .id3t [ l S .dS
l/J a5oo] �akarychev;
B2) 1 6 . . . h6 1 7 . ctJ e4± Makarychev;
B3) 1 6 . . . ctJ a5 1 7 .ia2 c5
B31) 1 8 .l::1 c l c4 ! 1 9 . ctJ e4 ie7 20.a4 mes
2 1 . l::1 b l [2 1 .f3 ie6 2 2 . :9:tl ctJ b 3 °o
Makarychev] ie4 22.:9:e4 id6= Yurtaev­
Makarychev, USSR ch( lI) 1 983 -36/387;
B32) 1 8 . ctJ e4 ie4 1 9 .:9:e4 :9:feS 20.ieSt

1 93
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7

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9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
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89 C3 5 C4 5 5 �C4 5
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92
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9
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91
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93
90 g3 5 cd 9
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9
� h4 � f6 5 4 tLl d4 �d7 ct;>d7 �d4 5
Elae 8 9 6
9R 60 1
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91 tLl bd2 �C2 5 b4 a4 03
97
�a 3 b5 �c l �a 36
99 6 00
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6 02
tLl e7 �d 6
6 0 6 07
92 �3 tLlbd2 5 �b5 �a4 tLl d2 6
09 61 1
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tLl d2 8 610 2
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0-0-06 �h4
614
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616 61 7 ±
tLl f2 �h2 �h 4 Elh f8
1 20
94 tLlbd2 6 8 h3 6 �7 �3 � e2
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6 19 62 1 6 22 6 23 6 24 26
�h5 Elf6 El g 6 � d6 tLl e 5 El g i
95 629 32
�7 �3 �b5 tLl d2 g3 6
6 27 62 8 30
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33
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96 63 63
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1 94
583 9. ie4 de 1 0.�e4 1 3 .ig5 iMfg 5 1 4.if3 ctJ e7 1 5 . ctJ d2 e 6 1 6 . ctJ f1
A) l O .. .f5 ? l 1 .�e 1 if3 1 2 .iMfn ctJ d4 1 3 .iMfb7 ctJ g6 1 7 .cj;lhl ctJ h4 l S . �e6 �adS 1 9 .iMfe2
0-0 1 4.ie3 if6 [ 1 4 . . . cj;lhS 1 5 .id4 iMfd4 cj;lhS= de Vries-Heinze, Dieren (open)
1 6. ctJ c 3 + - Schallopp-Schowalter, Nuern­ 1990;
berg 1896] 1 5 .id4 id4 1 6.c3 �bS 1 7 .iMfD B) 1 O . . . iMfd6+ Forintos, Haag.
if6 I S .iWe2± Zinkl-Weiss, 1 896; 10 .if4? !
B) l O . . . iD l 1 .iMfn [ 1 1 . gf? f5 1 2 .�f4 0-0 A) 1 0 . . . 0-0
l 3 .d5 ig5 1 4 . � a4 ic 1 1 5 . iMf c 1 iMf d 5 + AI) I l .iMfb3 if3 1 2. gf ctJ g5 + Richter­
B ilguer] ctJ d4 1 2 . iMfd3 [ 1 2 . iMfc3 ? ! ctJ e6 Methner, Breslau I S S9;
1 3 .1Ll d2 0-0 1 4 . ctJ t3 if6 1 5 .iMfel iMfd5+ A2) 1 1 . ctJ bd2 g5+ Forintos, Haag;
Berry-Napier, Cambridge Springs 1 904] A3) 1 1 .ie2 if3 1 2.if3 id6 1 3 .id6 iMfd6+
liJ e6 1 3 .iMfe2 0-0 1 4 . ctJ c3 if6 1 5 .id2 c6= Radosevic-Zaura, Novi Sad 1 988;
Langenberg-Dusseldorf, corr 1875. B) 1 0 . . . id6 1 1 . icfi iMfd6 1 2 .h3 ih5
9./iJ c 3 ctJf6 ! ? Forintos, Haag. 1 3 . ctJ bd2 0 - 0 1 4 . � c1 ctJ d2+ Perera­
Handoko, Dubai 01 1986.
584 9 . . ctJf6 1 0.ig5
. 10.iMfc2?! 0-0 1 1 . ctJ fd2? [ l l . ctJ bd2] ctJ f2 !
A) 10 . . . iMfd7 l 1 . ctJ bd2 O-O-O ? [ 1 1 . . . 0-0t] [ 1 1 . . .id6 1 2.g3 ctJ f2 ! ---+ Richardson-Horne,
1 2.Wa4 h6 1 3 .ih4 g5 1 4 .ig3 if3 1 5 . ctJ f3 corr 1940] 1 2. �e7 ?? [ 1 2 . m f2 ih4 1 3 .g3
g4 1 6 . CLl e5 ! ctJ e5 1 7 .if5 ! iMff5 l S . �e5± f4---+ ] id1 0-1 Kugayevsky-Khmelevsky,
Keres-Alexander, Hastings 1954/55; corr 1897/98 .
B) 10 . . . 0-0 l 1 . ctJ bd2 ih5 1 2 .iMfb3 ctJ a5 10.h3
[o I 2 . � b S ] 1 3 . iMf c2 ig6 1 4 . ctJ e5 id3
. . A) 1 O . . . ih5 1 1 .Wb3
1 5 .Wd3 �eS 1 6.�e3 ctJ e6 [ 1 6 . . . ctJ h5 1 7 .iMff5 A I ) 1 1 . . .0-0 1 2 . ctJ bd2 mhS - 1 0.iMfb3;
ig5 1 8 .iWf7 cj;lhS 1 9 .iMfh5 �e5 20.�e5 id2 A2) 1 l . . . iMfd6 ! ? �O-O-O;
2 1 .:tld5+- Sax] 1 7 . ctJ e6 be l S .�ae l ± Sax­ B) 1 0 . . . if3
Kapelan, Vrsac 1981 -32/405 B l ) 1 1 .iMff3 0-0=;
9... if5?! B2) l 1.gf ctJ f6 ! [ 1 1 . . . ctJ d6 ? 1 2 . iMfb3
A) 1 O.ib5 ! ? Dvoretsky] 1 2 .if5 0-0
B) 1 O.Wc2 �ctJ bd2. B21) 1 3 .if4 ctJ h5°o Forintos, Haag;
9... /iJ d6 - 75. B22) 1 3 . ctJ d2 Dvoretsky;
B23) 1 3 .iMfd3 id6 [ 1 3 . . . g6 ! ? Dvoretsky]
585 10.ib5? ! 0-0 1 1 .if4 1 4 .ig5 ctJ e7
A) l l . . .ih4 1 2 . �fl (Burovic-Forintos, B231) 1 5 . iR5? � f6 1 6 . ill7 cj;l h S ---+
Bolzano 1991) ctJ e7 � 1 3 .h3 ih5 1 4 . g4 [ 1 6 . . . cj;lf7---+ ] Dvoretsky ;
IiJ g6 !+ Forintos, Haag; B232) 1 5 .ie6? mhS 1 6. ctJ d2 ctJ g6 1 7 .if5
B) 1 1 . . .id6 1 2 .id6 iMfd6 1 3 .iMfd3 in if4 ! + Enklaar-Dvoretsky, Wijk aan Zee
1 4.Wf3 :tlf6 1 5 .ctJ a 3 �h6 1 6.h3 ctJ g5+ Torre­ II 1975;
Handoko, Indonesia 1983. B3) 1 5 . ttJ d2 ctJ f5 1 6.iMff5� Dvoretsky.
10.b4?! a6 1 1 .iMfb3 0-0 1 2 . ctJ bd2 cj;lhS+
Krieger-Boesken, Bundesliga 1 986/87. 586 1 0 . . . ctJ d4? 1 1 .ie4 de 1 2 .iMfd4 ef
10.�e2?! 1 3 .iMfg7+-.
A) 10 . . . id6 l 1 . ctJ g5 0-0 1 2 . i g4 ctJ g5 10 . .it3?! l 1 .gf ctJ f6 1 2.ed iMfd5 1 3 . ctJ e3
.

1 95
Wd7 1 4.�bS ! ± Sozin. 1 9 .:1%g 1 Wh4 20.:1%g7± Mikhalchishin.
10 ...Wd6? ! A) I I . ctJ e 3
A I ) 1 1 . . .�f3 1 2 .Wf3 ctJ d4 1 3 .We3;!; Berger; 590 13.ctJ b5 Wb4 1 4 . b 3 a6 [ 1 4 . . . ctJ d4
A2) I I . . . de 1 2 . ctJ e4 fe 1 3 .�e4 0-0 1 4 .�e3;!; I S . ctJ bd4 �f3 1 6.gf :1%d4 1 7 .We2 ctJ g5 + J
Bilguer; I S .�a3 WaS+ Mikhalchishin.
A3) I I . . . ctJ e 3 1 2 .be 0-0 1 3 . :1%b l ;!; Bilguer; 13.ctJ e4 fe 1 4 .:1%e4 Wg6
B) I l .ed A) I S .�d3 ? ctJ d4 1 6.:1%d4 :1%d4-+;
Bl) 1 1 . . .�f3 1 2 .Wt3 ctJ d4 1 3 .We3 LlWdS B) I S .:1%f4? ctJ d4 ! 1 6 .:1%d4 :1%d4 1 7 .Wd4 1n
1 4. ctJ e3± Forintos, Haag; I S .�fl [ I S . g 3 :1%dS 1 9 .Wa7 :1%d l 20.�f l :1%fl
B2) I I . . .WdS 1 2 . ctJ e 3 ± . 2 1 . lit fl Wd3+- Mikhalchishin] :1%d8
10 ...�b4 ? ! 1 9 .We3 1g2 ! 20.We7 �fl 2 l .WgS :1%d l !-+
A) I I .�d2 �d2 1 2 . ctJ bd2 0-0 1 3 .Wb3 ctJ d2 Kholmov-Mikhalchishin, Minsk 1985 -40/
1 4 . ctJ d2 ctJ d4 I S .Wb7 de 1 6 . � e4 m h S 384;
1 7 . :1% a:1 (Romanovsky- Rosenkrantz, C) I S .:1%g4 Wg4 1 6.�e3 �f6 1 7 .Wb3 :1%d6+
St.Petersburg 1905) :1%bSoo; Mikhalchishin.
B) I I . ctJ e3± Forintos, Haag.
10 ... 0-0 I l .ed WdS [ 1 1 . . . ctJ d4? 1 2 .�e4 fe 591 13 ... �f6 1 4. ctJ d S An.Bykhovsky.
1 3 .Wd4±] 1 2 . ctJ e3 ctJ e 3 1 3 . be
A) 1 3 . . . �f3 1 4.Wf3 Wf3 I S . gf �d6 1 6.:1%b l 592 14.�e2oo An.Bykhovsky.
:1%abS 1 7 .:1%bS;!; Maroczy-Pillsbury, Monte
Carlo 1902; 593 1 1 .�e3 ? !
B) 1 3 . . . �d6 1 4 .Wb3 [ 1 4.e4 Wf7oo] Wb3 A) I I . . . f4 1 2 .�e4 d e 1 3 .�f4 0-0 1 4.8:e4
I S . ab f4 ! ('t Bilguer) 1 6.�e4;!; . �f3 [ 1 4 . . . � fS ? I S . � e 7 ± ] I S .gf 1 f2 ! �
Teichmann-Napier, London 1904 Ll 1 6 . �f2
587 11 .�e4 fe 1 2 . :1% t4 Wd7 LlO-O-o=l:: Wh4 1 7 . lit e3 :1% f4 [ 1 7 . . . :1%aeS I S . 1e5°o J
Mikhalchishin. I S . :1%f4 Wh6 1 9 . ctJ e 3 :1%eS 20. ctJ e4 :1%fS ;
B) 1 1 . . . 0-0 1 2 .ed [ 1 2 . g 3 ? f4 1 3 .gf iLl f2
588 11 . . . �f3!? 1 2 .gf Wd4 [ 1 2 . . . ctJ f6 ? 1 4 .�f2 �f2 I S . Iitf2 :1%f4� Vignoli] iLl b4
1 3 .dS ctJ b S 1 4 .Wb3± Bilguer] 1 3 .Wd4 ctJ d4 1 3 . d6 [ 1 3 . ctJ e3 1 f3 1 4 .gf ctJ g S + ] iLl d 3
1 4.fe ctJ e 2 I S .:1%e2 ctJ a l 1 6 .ef 1 4.Wd3 �f3 I S . gf ctJ d6+ Keres;
A) 1 6 . . . 0-0-0 1 7 . :1%e7 :1%d l I S . Iit g2 :1%e l 1 1 .:1% 0 ? ! de [ I I . . . 0-0 1 2 .ed �f3 1 3 . gf
1 9 . ctJ e3± Schlechter; ctJ f2't] 1 2.�e4 Wf6 1 3 . ctJ e 3 0-0-0+ Vignoli,
B) 1 6 . . . :1%dS ! ? 1 7 . ctJ e 3 e6 Krause.
Bl) I S .�g5 :1%d7+ LlIitd8 Ll 1 9 .�e6 �gS 11 .cd �f2 1 2 .litfl �e l 1 3 . de �f3
Forintos, Haag; A) 1 4.Wf3
B2) I S .b3 bS Ll I 9 .�e6 b4. A I ) 1 4 . . . �h4 I S .eb :1%bS 1 6 .�bSoo LliLle3;
A2) 14 . . .Wh4 I S .eb [ I S .g3 Wh2 1 6.�e l
589 12 ... �f3 1 3 .gf ctJ f2 0-0-000] :1%dS 1 6.1e4 0-0 !oo;
A) 1 4 . 1it f2 Wh2 I S . lit fl 0-0-0 1 6 .�e3 A3) 1 4 . . . Wd4 1 S .eb :1%dS I 6 .�bS e6 1 7 .1c6
�h4+ Mikhalchishin; lite7 I S .�e4 fe 1 9 .�gS meS 20.We3 8:f8+­
B) 1 4 .We2 ! ctJ h3 I S . lit g2 ctJ f4 1 6.�f4 Wf4 Krause;
1 7 . ctJ dS [ 1 7 .�bS litfS !00] WgS I S .mh l litdS B) 1 4.gf Wd4 I S .We2 0-0-0

1 96
B1) 1 6 .!c2 !a5 1 7 . fe !b6-+ Ernst­ 1 O.Wib3] 1 3 . a4 [ 1 3 . ct:J e4 ct:J a5 1 4. ct:J fO Ei:f6
L.A.Schneider, Sweden ch 1 9S 6 ; 1 5 .Wia4 !f3 Forintos, Haag] �hS 1 4.Wie2
B 2 ) 1 6 .!a6 !h4+ ; !d6 1 5 .b4 Wif6t Planinc-Benko, Hastings
B3) 1 6.cb �bS 1 7 . � e l Ei:heS I S .fe Ei:e4 ! + 1 974/75;
Maroczy, Teichmann !11 9.!e4 Wig 1 20.Wifl C) I l.Wie2
EJ:d l +. C1) 1 1 . . . Ei:f6 1 2.b4 ,0.b5; xeS (Halifian­
1 l.!e4 de 1 2 .d5 Kartanaite, USSR 1 979) a600;
A) 12 . . . 0-0 1 3 .dc ef [o I 3 . . . Wid l 1 4.Ei:d l ef C2) 1 1 . . .�hS Forintos, Haag;
Maroczy] 1 4.WidS Ei:adS 1 5 .cb Ei:feS 1 6.Ei:eS C3) 1 1 . . . !d6 ! LlWif6 Forintos, Haag;
EJ:e8 1 7 .h3= Tarrasch-Maroczy, Monte D) 1 1 .!e2 !d6 1 2.h3 !f3 ? ! [o I 2 . . . !h5
Carlo 1902; Forintos, Haag] 1 3 . ct:J t3 ct:J e7 1 4 . ct:J e5 c6
B) 12 .. .ttJ e5 1 3 .Wia4 b5 ! 1 4.Wib5 e6 1 5 .de 1 5 .f3 ct:J g3oo Mason-Napier, Monte Carlo
ct:J f3 1 6.gf !f2 1 7 . �f2 Wih4 I S .�fl 0-0+/ 1902;
� Bilguer. E) 1 1 . ct:J f l
E1) 1 1 . . .!h4
594 Hooper C ll) 1 2. ct:J g3 ct:J f2 1 3 .�f2 f4 1 4.Wie2 !f3
1l ... !f3 1 2.Wif3 ct:J d4 1 5 .gf Wif6 1 6.!f4 Wif4 1 7 .Ei:e3 Wih6 l S .Ei:g l
A) 1 3 .'tMfe3 !f6 1 4.ed [ 1 4.f3 0-0 1 5 .fe fe4+] Ei:aeS 1 9 .Ei:eS Ei:eS 20.�g2 ct:J e7 2 1 .Ei:e 1 Ei:fS=
0-0 I S . !@!. Ei:eS+ Modern Chess Hamid-Stewart, Great Britain (ch) 1989;
Openings; C 12) 1 2.g3 !e7 [ 1 2 . . . !g5 ? ! 1 3 .!g5 ct:J g5
B) 1 3 .'tMfd l (Cafferty, Hooper) 0-0 1 4. gh 1 4 . !e2 ct:J h 3 1 5 . � g 2 f4 1 6 . ct:J 3d2 !e2
'iWh4 1 5 .!e4 [ 1 5 .!e3 f4 1 6 .!d4 f3 � ] de 1 7 .Wie2 ct:J g5 l S .Wig4 fg 1 9 .hg Wif6 20.Ei:e2
1 6.IWd4 'tMfg4 1 7 .�fl Wih3 = Forintos, Haag; ,0.Ei:ae I ± Ljubojevic-Hjartarson, Belgrade
C) 1 1 . . .eIJ d4 1 2.!e4 de 1 3 .Wid4 !f3 1 4 .Wie5 1989 -48/(418)] 1 3 . ct:J e3 [ 1 3 .!e2 ! ? Forintos,
[ 1 4.IWg7 !f6 1 5 .Wih6 Wie7+ Vignoli] Wie7 Haag] !h5 1 4 . ct:J g2 !d6't ,0.gS Mason­
1 5 .IWfS g6 1 6.Wih3 !g5 1 7 .!g5 Wig5 1 S .Wie6 Napier, London 1904;
�f8= Forintos, Haag. E2) 1 1 . . .!d6 ! ? 1 2 . ct:J e 3 ? [ 1 2 .!e2't ; 1 2 .h3
!h5't] !h2 ! 1 3 .�h2 ct:J f2-+ ,0. ct:J d3 ,!f3 ,Wih4
595 13.!e4 O-O ! + Forintos, Haag. Janowski-Schlechter, Karlsbad m 1902;
E3) 1 1 . . .Wid6
596 Forintos, Haag. E31) 1 2 . ct:J g3 �hS [ 1 2 . . . !h4 Schwartz]
1 3 .Wib3 Ei: ae S 1 4 .Wib7 ct:J f2 ! 1 5 . � f2 f4
597 10 ... ct:J d2 (Haag) 1 1 .!d2 0-0 1 6. ct:J f 1 !f3 1 7 .�f3 Wih6 I S .Ei:e7 Ei:e7 1 9.�f2
A) I 2.'tMfb3 !f3 1 3 . gfWid6= Forintos, Haag; Wie6� � Stean-Toth, Saint Jeans de Monts
B) 1 2.ie2 Wid6 1 3 .h3 [ l 3 . ct:J e5 ct:J e5 1 4 . de 1974;
'iWe6= ,0.!e2, f4 Forintos, Haag] !f3 E32) 1 2 . ct:J e3 ! h 5 1 3 . Wib3 [ 1 3 . !e2+
14.�f3±; Westerinen -L.A.Schneider, J arvenpaa
C) 1 2.h3 !h5 1 3 .!e2±. 1 982] !f3 1 4.gf ct:J f2 1 5 .!fl !h4 1 6 .Ei:e2
lO .. .IWd7!? ,0.0-0-0, !d6. ct:J d3 [ 1 6 . . . ct:J e7 1 7 .Ei:f2 !f2 I S .�f2 Wih2
10 ... 0-0 1 9 .!g2 Ei: ad S 2 0 . !d2oo Deutschmann­
A) 1 1 .'tMfb3 - 1 O.Wib3 ; Autenrieth, BRD 1 988] 1 7 .WidS Wid5
B) 1 1 .h3 !h5 1 2 .Wib3 Ei:bS [ l 2 . . . � h S - I S . ct:J d 5 = .

1 97
598 11 .�b3 92 - . C l ) 1 6.�d2 �g6 1 7 .�f4 '2l bS I S .�d7 l'il d7
1 1 .�a4?! 0-0 1 2.h3 ? ! �hS 1 3 .�b3 c;t>h8 1 9 . c;t>f2 �f6 20.g3 E1fS 2 1 . a4 E1f7 22.a5 h6
1 4 .�b7 E1abS I S .�a6 E1b6 1 6 .�a4 gS+ 23 . '2l cS ± Ehlvest-Yusupov, Rotterdam
Sharif-Chow, New York 1984. 1989;
11.'2lfl 0-0-0 [ 1 1 . . . 0-0 -S97/1 0 ... 0-0/E3] C2) 1 6.�gS ! ! L1�gS 1 7 . '2l c S �d6 1 8 .�a6+;
1 2 .'2le3 hS 1 3 .h3 g6 1 4 .�e2 �f3 I S .�f3 D) 14 . . . E1de8 I S .'2lb3 �d6 [ I S . . . a6 ! ?] 1 6.�d2
�h4 1 6.E1e2 '2l e7 1 7 . '2l f l �f6 1 S .E1c2 c;t>bS+ E1e l 1 7 . E1 e l E1 e S I S . '2l c S ± Oll-Mikhal·
Adams-Makarychev, Obiedo (rapid chess) chishin, USSR 1987 .
1992.
11 .c4 '2ld4 1 2 .�a4 '2l c6 1 3 .cd �dS 1 4 .�c4 605 1 l . '2l t5 '2l eS 1 2.de �eS 1 3 . f3
1!fi aSoo. [ 1 3 .�b7 0 - 0 1 4 .c4 � c S I S .�e3 l'il f2 '
1 6 . c;t> f2 �e3 1 7 . E1 e3 �f4 I S . E1 t3 �f3
599 11 ... 0-0-0 1 2 .b4 L1bS. 1 9.9f �d4+- Gizynski-Heintze, Halle
1985] �d6+ (Heintze) L1 1 4. fg �h2 1 5 . t;1;> f )
600 12 ... a6 O-O-O � .
A) 1 3 . '2l e5 '2l eS 1 4.de �g6 I S . '2l fl �h4 1 1 .�b7? E1 b 8 1 2 . � a6 �f3 [ 1 2 . . . 0- 0 ? !
1 6.'2l g3OO Armas-Halasz, Dortmund 1989; 1 3 . '2l bd2 Unzicker-Eng, B raunschweig
B) 1 3 . a4 [L1�a3 ] �g6 1 4 .�b3 t . 1985] 1 3 .gf
A) 1 3 . . . 0-0
601 13.b5 ? ! '2le7 1 4. a4 cS+. AI) 1 4.�c2 �g6 [ 1 4 . . . �h4 � ] I S . c;t>f) -B;
A2) 1 4.�bS?! E1 b 6 I S .�a4 �h4+ 1 6J'le2
602 14 ... '2ld2 I S .E1eS [ I S .�d2± ; I S . '2l d2? �f2 1 7 . E1 t2 '2l f2 I S . c;t> f2 E1 e S � Ernst·
E1e 1 1 6.E1e 1 as+] '2l f3 1 6 .gf E1eS 1 7 . fg �f4 L.A.Schneider, Sweden tch 1986;
I S .�f5 ± . B) 1 3 . . . �g6 1 4. c;t> f l 0-0 I S .�c2 [ I S .fe fe4--t
(L1�h4, E1f2) 1 6 .�e4 de 1 7 .�e3 �h4+]
603 17.'2le5 �eS I S .de B l ) I S . . . E1b6 1 6 .�d3 [ 1 6.�e2 �h4 1 7 .fe fe
A) I S . . . �cS 1 9 . '2l b3 �c3 20.�c3 '2l c 3 I S .�e3 '2l e7 � L1 '2l fS] '2l f2 1 7 . c;t> f2 �h4
2 1 .�b2±; 1 8 . � fl �e l 1 9 . � e l �g l 20.�d2 E1 e 8+
B) I S . . . �g6°o . Reefschlaeger;
17.�a3= Lau-Yusupov, Shien jwc 1979. B2) 1 5 . . . �h4 1 6 .E1e2 E1f6 1 7 .fe fe 1 8.�e3
'2l d4 1 9 .�f6 �f6 20.cd (Huebner-Borik,
604 10 . . '2l a5? I I . � a4 c6 1 2 . '2l e S ±
. Koln 1980) cS+.
Bilguer.
10 ... E1b8?! 1 1 . '2l fd2 ! M3 . 606 12 '2l d2 1 3 . '2l d2 E1heS 1 4.h3 �h5
...

1O .. �d7 1 1 . '2l fd2 ! [ 1 1 .�b7 E1b8 1 2 .�a6


. I S .�c2 g6 1 6 . '2l f l �h4°o Valkesalmi-Pan·
E1b6 1 3 .�a4 �f3 1 4.gfO-0� Makarychev] davos, Dubai 01 1986.
0-0-0 1 2 .f3 '2l d2 1 3 . '2l d2 �hS 1 4.�a4 !
A) 1 4.�c2 E1dfS I S . b4 f4 1 6. '2l b3 g5 1 7 . bS 607 13 �c6? �c6 1 4.'2leS �eS I S .de E1hf8
.

'2ldS I S .E1e5 c;t>bSoo Sax-Mikhalchishin, 1 6 . � b4 � g 6 1 7 . '2l e4 fe4+ A rboleda·


Sarajevo 1985; G.Garcia, Medellin 1987.
B) 1 4. '2l f l �f7 I S . '2l g 3 g6 1 6 .�f4 �d6=;
C) 14 . . . E1heS I S . '2l b 3 a6 608 13 • . . E100s 1 4 .�c6 �c6 1 5 . 1!fic6

1 98
[ 1 5 .�a7 ! ? ct:J f2 - 1 3 .. J::\ d e8] bc 1 6. ct:J e4 �e4 B3) 1 4.�fl i.hS I S .V!1b7 �abS 1 6.V!1a6 f4
[ 1 6 .. .fe l 7 . ct:J d2 h6 I S . ct:J b3 i.e7= Forintos, 1 7 .V!1a4 i.g6 1 S .V!1c2 �feS� [ I S . . . V!1f6 L1i.g3 ,
Haag] l 7 .i.gS �deS I S .i.f6 [ 1 S .�e4? ! fe ct:J d4� Forintos, Haag] Yudasin­
1 9 .�f6 gf 20 . ct:J h4 ctt d Tt Pokojowczyk­ Tischbierek, Leipzig 1986;
Sinkovics, Budapest 1 985] i.f3 1 9 .�e4 q 1 3 .V!1b7 �abS 1 4.V!1a6 f4 l S .i.e2 f3 ? !
�e4=. 1 6 . ct:J f3 i.f3 1 7 .i.f3 ct:J d4 1 S .i.dS V!1dS I 9 .cd
13 .!:lde8 1 4.i.c6 V!1c6 I S .V!1a7 ct:J f2 1 6 .<j;lf2
.. i.d6 20.V!1e2 V!1d4 2 1 .V!1e6 ctt h S 22.i.e3 V!1b2
ge l 1 7 .ct:J e l �eS 23 .i.a7 � a S 24.i.e3± Ernst-Schussler,
A) I S . ct:J df3 V!1bS 1 9 . c4 V!1c4 2 0 . i. e 3 Malmo 1 987/88.
(Pacioni - Castellano, Italy 1 980) i.f3 1 l ...i.h5 ! ? 1 2 .f3 ct:J d2 1 3 . ct:J d2 0-0 1 4. ct:J f 1
2 1 . /lJ f3 V!1c2 22 .i.d2 [22 . ct:J d2 V!1d3 2 3 . �e l f4 I S .V!1b7 �abS 1 6 .V!1a6 i.h4 1 7 .�e2 i.g6
f4+] �gS 23 .V!1aS ctt d 7 24.V!1aS i.e3 2S . ctt g 3 l S .i.g6 ct:J d4 1 9 .i.h7
f4+� Forintos, Haag; A) 1 9 . . . <j;lh7 20.V!1d3 ct:J fS 2 1 .b4± Forintos,
B) I S . ct:Jef3oo. Haag;
B) 1 9 . . . ctt h S 20.i.d3
609 1 4.i.d2 i.f3 I S . g f a6 1 6 . i. d 3 ? ! Bl) 20 . . . �b6 2 1 .V!1a4 ct:J e2 2 2 .i.e2 V!1cS
[ 1 6.�fl ; 1 6.i.c6] <j;lbS [ 1 6 . . . i.h4 ! ] l 7 .i.fS ? 23 .i.e3 ! ± Ehlvest-Forintos, Tallinn 1986;
[o I 7 .b4°o Dolmatov] i.h4 I S .i.h3 V!1f6 B2) 20 . . . ct:J e2 2 1 .i.e2 V!1cS 2 2 . <j;l hl V!1f2
1 9 .�g2 ct:JeTt Mukhin-Dolmatov, USSR (Forintos, Haag) 23 .i.d2 ! ? L1�b2 24.i.d3
1977. �d2 2S . ct:J d2 V!1d2 26.V!1g6 ctt g S 27 .V!1e6±.

6 1 0 1 5 ... a6 1 6 .i.c6 V!1c6 1 7 .V!1c6 bc I S . f3 61 4 1 2 ... i.h3 1 3 . �e2 V!1g6 1 4. ct:J f l


�h5 1 9 . /lJ b3 �e2 20.i.d2tl1 Mestel. A ) 1 4 . . . ct:J g S ? I S .i.gS V!1gS 1 6 . ctt h l +- V!1c l
1 7 . � d2 i. g S l S . � d l V!1f4 1 9 . V!1 c2 � d 6
61 1 17.ct:J b3 a6 I S . ct:J c S ct:JbS= Mestel. 20.V!1d2+� Ernst-L.A.Schneider, Sweden
ch 1988 -46/401 ;
61 2 17 ... ctt b 8 I S . ct:J b3t Mestel. B ) 1 4 . . . i. g S I S .V!1c2 � h e S 1 6 . ct:J a3 i.c l
17 /lJd4 I S.cd i.d4 1 9 .�bl i.f2 20.<j;lh l
... 1 7 .�c I ct:J gS I S . ctt h I ± Ernst.
l20.m2 ? �b6-+] i.b6 [L1V!1g6] 2 1 .V!1bS �deS
22./lJb3 V!1g6 23 .V!1d5 � S e4 24.V!1gS �eS 61 5 13.�dl ? ct:J f2.
l 24 . . . md7? 2S.i.gS L1�bd l +- Mestel-Wolff, 13.�e2 i.hSoo•
London 1985 -40/383] 2S .V!1dS= Mestel.
61 6 1 3 ...i.h5 1 4.fe fe l S .i.e4 ! de 1 6 . ct:J e4
61 3 1l ... ct:J d2 1 2 . ct:J d2 0-0 V!1 g6 1 7 . ct:J cS b6 I S .V!1e6+-.
A) 1 3 .h3 i.hS 1 4 . ct:J f 1 f4 I S . ct:J h2 i.h4 13 ... �hf8 1 4.V!1c2 i.h3 l S . ct:J b 3 V!1g6 1 6 . ct:J a3
1 6 .�e4 i.f7 1 7 .i.f3 � ae S I S .i.d2 ct:J aS �deS 1 7 .i.f4 ct:J d S l S .<j;lh l ct:J e6 1 9 .i.eS+­
1 9.1Wb4 �b4 20.cb ct:J c6+ Sax-Handoko, Borriss-Camejo, Santiago jwc 1 990.
ZagreblRijeka 1985; 13 ...i.h3
B) 1 3 .f3 �h4 ! ? A ) 1 4 . ct:J e4 fe I S .fe de 1 6 .i.e4 �hfS 1 7 . ct:J d2
B l ) 1 4.�e2 i.hS l S .V!1b7 �aeS�; �deS l S .V!1bS � f 1 1 9 .V!1fl i.d7� Woda­
B2) 1 4.�d l i.hS I S .V!1b7 �aeS 1 6. ct:J f 1 V!1g6 L.Ostrowsky, Poznan 1 987;
1 7 .mh l �f2 I S .�d2°o Yudasin; B) 1 4 .V!1c2 ! V!1g6 I S .ct:J b 3 �hfS 1 6. ct:J a 3 �deS

1 99
1 7 .�f4 ! [ 1 7 . <j;Jh 1 ? ctJ f2 1 8 J::I f2 �g2+- 0-1 E1d6 I S .fe E1b8 1 6.Wfa6 ctJ d4 1 7 .Wfa4 CiJ n
Ivanchuk-Anand, Reggio Emilia 1988/89] 1 8 . <j;J f l ctJ h2 1 9 .<j;Je2 E1b2 20.ctJd2 de4-+;
�gS 1 8 .�gS ctJ gS 1 9 .9h ctJ e6 20. <j;J h 1 ctJ f4 A3) 1 2 .Wfb3
[L'lE1e2] 2 1 .E1ae \ +- . A31) 1 2 . . . � f3 1 3 . gf E1g6 1 4 . <j;J fl gb8
I S .Wfc 2 �d6 1 6 .fe fe 1 7 .E1e4 de 1 8 .�e4 CiJe7
617 1 8.Wfc2 �hS 1 9 . � e 3 f4 2 0 . �f2± 1 9 .�e3 Wfd7 20.�g6 Wfh3 2 1 .<j;Je1 CiJ g 6
Ernst-L.A.Schneider, Goteborg 1988-461 2 2 . ctJ d 2 ctJ f4� Gi.Hernandez-Gonzalez de
40 1 . la Nava, Linares op 1995 ;
A32) 1 2 . . . E1b8 ! ? 1 3 .Wfc2 [ 1 3 .Wfa4] gg6
618 1l.ctJfd2? 1 4 .�e2 �d6 I S . ctJ bd2 Wff6 1 6 .c4 CiJ d4
A) 1 1 . . .�h4 1 2 . E1 f l [ 1 2.g3 ctJ f2 ! - 1 1 . . . ctJ f2] 1 7 .Wfd3 �cS ! 1 8 . ctJ d4 ctJ f2 ! + Kerkovius·
�f2 1 3 .E1f2 ctJ f2 1 4 .<j;Jf2 Wfh4 I S .<j;Jg 1 Wfe 1 Obst, corr 1896;
1 6. ctJ f l Wfc 1 + Levitsky-Kulomzin, Moscow A33) 1 2 . . . E1g6 1 3 . ctJ bd2 E1b8 1 4 .Wfa4 �d6
1899; I S . <j;J f l ctJ d2 1 6 .�d2 �f3 1 7 . gf �h2 1 8 .�f5
B) I I . . . ctJ f2 ! 1 2 . <j;J f2 [ 1 2.�f l ctJ e4 1 3 .WfbTt E1g 1 1 9 . <j;Je2 Wf e8 20. <j;Jd 1 E1e 1 2 1 .�e 1 gb2
Makarychev] �h4 1 3 . g 3 [ 1 3 . <±> fl �e 1 22.�d2°o Yudasin-Yakovic, USSR ch 1986;
1 4.<j;Je 1 Wfh4 I S .<±>fl E1ae8-+] f4 B) 1 1 . . . �f3 1 2 . g f [ 1 2 .Wfc6 E1f6 1 3 .'iWa4
B l ) 1 4 .gh Wfh4 I S .<±> f l f3-+; E1g6+]
B2) 1 4.<j;Jg 1 fg I S .h3 �h3 1 6.�e4 g2 1 7 .WfdS Bl) 1 2 . . . �h4 ! ? 1 3 .�e4 fe 1 4 .�c6 gf6
<j;J h 8 1 8 .Wfd8 E1ad8 1 9 .E1d1 �g4 20.�c2 I S .WfbS
E1de8-+ Makarychev; B 1 1) I S . . . E1g6 1 6 . <j;J h 1 ef 1 7 . �f4 gb8
B3) 1 4 .<j;Jg2 fg 1 8 .�c7 ! ± Zuidema-Hort, jwc 1961;
B31) I S .hg Wfd6 ! [ I S . . . �g3 1 6. <j;J g3 WfgS­ B12) I S . . . E1f3 ! ? --+ L'l 1 6.�e3 �f2 1 7 .�f2
+] 1 6.gh E1f2 1 7 . <j;J f2 Wfh2 1 8 .<±>e3 Wfg3 WfgS+- Averbakh ;
1 9 . ctJ f3 E1e8 20.<j;Jd2 E1e 1 2 1 .WfdS �e6-+ B2) 1 2 . . . ctJ f2 ! 1 3 . <j;J f2 �h4 1 4 . <j;Jf] �e l
Schlechter; I S . <j;Je1 Wfd6 ! 1 6 .<j;Jd1 E1ab8 1 7 .�oo l'lf6
B32) I S .�e4 �h3 ! 1 6.<±>g l gh 1 7 .<j;Jh2 Wfd6 1 8 . ctJ d2 Wfh2+ Browne-Viner, Australia
1 8 . <j;J h 1 �e 1 -+ Ljubojevic-Makarychev, 1971 1 9 .Wfa4 hS 20.b4 (B rowne-Viner,
Amsterdam 1975 -20/272 . Australia 1971) E1e8 ! 2 1 .bS E1e3 22 .ltc2
1l.�f4? �f3 1 2.gf ctJ gS 1 3 .<j;Jg2 Wfd7 1 4.Wfc2 ctJ d8 23 .Wfa7 ctJ e6+ Gutman.
ctJ e6 I S .�c 1 �d6 1 6 . ctJ d2 E1ae8+ Lasker­
Pillsbury, St Petersburg 1895/96. 619 1l ... ctJd2 1 2 . ctJ d2 <j;Jh8 1 3 .�b7 l'lf6
1l.Wfb7 ? ! 1 4 . Wf b3 �d6 I S . ctJ fl E1 g6 1 6.g3 CiJ e 7
A ) 1 1 . . .E\f6 1 7 . ctJ e 3 ± Thipsay-Le Blanq, London
A I ) 1 2 . ctJ eS ? ? ctJ eS 1 3 .de E1b6-+; (open) 1986.
A2) 1 2 .�f4? 1l ... Wfd6 ! ? Mikhalchishin.
A21) 1 2 . . . E1b8 1 3 .Wfc7 Wfc7 1 4 .�c7 E1b2 1l ... E1b8 1 2 . ctJ e4 ctJ aS 1 3 .Wfa4 [ 1 3 . tL:l f6 l'lf6
I S .E1e2 E1b7� Palkovi-Pavasovic, Buda­ 1 4.Wfa4 �f3 l S .WfaS E1g6] fe [ 1 3 . . . �f3 ? 1 4.gf
pest 1993 ; fe I S .fe4± Michimata-Grech, Thessalo·
A22) 1 2 . . . �f3 1 3 .gf [ 1 3 .�c7 Wfe8 1 4 .Wfe8 niki 01 1988] 1 4. ctJ eS [ 1 4.�e4 tL:lc4� Fo·
E1e8 I S .gf ctJ gS+] �d6 ! [ 1 3 . . . E1b8 1 4.Wfc7 rintos, Haag] ed I S .ctJg4 ctJ c4 1 6.Wfd l �g5;
Wfe8 I S .fe �d8+ Forintos, Haag] 1 4.�d6 Ernst-Forintos, Malmo 1 988/89.

200
620 12.ct:Jf1? 1 6. ct:J g5 l'lb8 1 7 .iWc2 iWf8 1 8 . ct:J f 1 �g6 �e3,
A) 1 2 . . .iWd7 ? ! 1 3 . ct:J 3d2 ct:Jd2 1 4 . ct:J d2 f4 h6] ct:J e5 1 6 .de l'lb6 1 7 .iWc2 �c4 Forintos,
I S .f3± Capablanca-Kostic, Havana 1919; Haag.
B) 1 2 . . . �d6 ! ? 1 3 . ct:J 3 d2? [ 1 3 .�e2] iWh4
1 4.g3 [ 1 4 . ct:J g3 ct:Jf2!] iWh3 I s .iWdS ct:J e7 ! 624 1 5 ... ct:Jf2? 1 6 .�f2 �h4 1 7 .�fl �e l
1 6.iWb3 ct:J f2 1 7 .i>f2 f4 ! I S .gf jg\f4 1 9 .i>g l I S . ct:J el �e2 1 9 . i> e2 iWe7 2 0 . i> fl l'leS
gaf8 20.iWc2 m2 2 1 .�e4 �h2 22.i>h l �g3 2 1 . iW d ] +- Botvinnik.
23.i>gl jg\g2 ! 24.�g2 �12 0-1 Djursen­ 15 ... �h4? 1 6.l'lfl �f3 1 7 . ct:J f3 �f2 I S .!"1f2
Batik, corr 1927; ct:J f2 1 9 .i>f2 iWd6 20. ct:J g5 ! +- l'lf8 2 1 .iWa3+­
C) 1 2 . . .�f3 1 3 .gf ct:J f2 ! [ l 3 . . . ct:J g S ? 1 4.�gS Karpov-Korchnoi, Moscow cm(6) 1974 -
�gS I S .jg\e6 ! ] 1 4 .i>f2 �h4 1 5 . ct:J g 3 f4+/-+ 18/254.
Capablanca ECO. 15 ...iW d6?
12.�e2 A) 1 6 . ct:J e4 fe 1 7 . ct:J g5 ! �g5 1 8 .�h5 !"1h6
A) 1 2 . . . ct:J a5 1 3 .iW a4 [ 1 3 .iW c 2 c 5 ] c 5 ? ! 1 9 . �g4 � c 1 2 0 .l'l ac l ± Garwell-Shte­
[ 1 3 . . . ct:J c6 ! ?] 1 4 . ct:J e5± �e2 1 5 .jg\e2 cd 1 6.cd renberg, Thessaloniki 01 1 988;
gc8 1 7 .f3 ct:J d6 [ 1 7 . . .jg\c 1 ! ? I S .jg\c1 ct:J d2 B) 1 6. ct:J e5±.
1 9.!"1d2 �g5 20 .!"1dc2 �c 1 2 1 .!"1c l a6±] 15 l'lbS 1 6 .iWd 1 �d6 1 7 . ct:J e4 ! fe 1 8 .ct:J e5
..•

1 8 .ttJ b3 ct:Jb3 1 9 .iWb3 [ 1 9.ab a6 �ct:J b5oo] ct:J e5 1 9 .�h5 ct:J d3 20.�g6 iW f6± Steig­
(Stein-Anikaev, Kislovodsk 1972 14/250) Mende, corr 1 976.
IiJc4 ! 20.iWb7 ct:J e5 2 1 .!"1e5 ? ! �f6 22.jg\d5
�d4 23 .i>h l iWh4 ! Gufeld ; 625 16.iWd l (Garwell-Milligan, Thessa­
B) 1 2 . . .!"1bS ! + Gufeld ECO. loniki 01 1988) iWf6� .
16.ct:Jf1 .
621 12 ...�f3 1 3 . ct:J t3 !"1b8 1 4 .�f4 �d6 16. i> f1 .
I S .�d6 iWd6 1 6.!"1e2± Dvoretsky.
12...�h4 1 3 .m l ! [ 1 3 .g3 �g3 1 4.fg iWd6] 626 1 8.i>g2 iWg5 1 9 . i> f 1 [ 1 9 .�g4? fg
IiJd2 1 4. ct:J d2 �h5 1 5 .iWb7 !"1f6 [ 1 5 . . .iWd6 20. ct:J e4 gh3+-] iWh4 20. ct:J e4 iWh3 2 1 .i>g l
16.iWa6 !± Makarychev-Shershukov, 1975] de [ 2 1 . . . ct:J f3=] 2 2 . de �e5 2 3 . f4 iW g 3 =
1 6.iW b3 f4 1 7 .f3± Dvoretsky. O'Kelly.

622 1 3 . . . ct:J a5 ? ! 627 12 . . ct:Jd2? 1 3 .�d2 �f3 1 4.iWc6 !"1f6


.

A) 1 4.iWb5 ! ? c 5 1 5 .b4 (Forintos, Haag) cb 1 5 .l'le6± Cabrisu-Abeli, Spain 1992.


1 6.cb ct:J c4 1 7 .�c4 dc I S .iWc4 jg\cS 1 9 .iWb3 12 . . .iW d6? 1 3 .�b5 ! ct:J a5 1 4 .iW a6 ct:J d 2
gc3 20.iWb2 iWc8� �!"1c2 Dvoretsky ; 1 5 . ct:J d2 c 6 1 6.�f1 + - Petrushin-Timofeev,
B) 1 4.iWa6 c5 ! 1 5 .�e 2 jg\b8 [ 1 5 . . . c4? ! 1 6.b4] USSR 1979.
16.liJeS �eS 1 7 .iWd3 cd 1 8 .cd (Ligterink­
Dvoretsky, Wijk aan Zee II 1975) ct:J d2 628 13 ...iWd6? 1 4.�b5 ! l'lafS 1 5 .�c6 iWc6
1 9.�d2 !"1b2± Dvoretsky. 1 6 . ct:Je5 iW d 6 1 7 . f3+- Losev-Bianki,
Moscow 1991.
623 14 ... iWd6? 1 5 .�b5 !"1 b 8 1 6 .iW a4± 13 ...�d6 ! ?
Botvinnik. A) 1 4 .h3 [ 1 4.�b5] ct:J d2 1 5 . ct:J d2 (Blazi­
14 ...g5!? (Botvinnik) 1 5 . ct:J e5 ! ? [ 1 5 .�e4 fe Roeder, Bayern ch 1985) l'lbS ! 1 6.iW a4 �h3

201
-634/16.Wf a41B; 23 .Wfd l ctJ g6 ! ---+ i1 ctJ h4 ! Dvoretsky;
B) 1 4.g3 Wfg8 ? ! l S .!e2 l"i:e8 1 6. ctJ e4 l"i:e4 C2) 0 1 8 .l"i:e2 ctJ e4� Dvoretsky.
1 7 .!e3 f4 1 8 . ctJ gS ! ± Blatny-Kuczynski,
Groningen 1985/86. 630 14,..Wfd6? ! l S .!c6 !h3 1 6 . ctJ e4 l"i:g2
1 7 .cj;>h l fe 1 8 . ctJ eS+- Dreev, Dvoretsky.
629 14.cj;>f1?! l"i:b8 I S .Wfc2 !d6 1 6 .h3 14,..l"i:b8 I S .Wfa4 Wfd6 1 6.!c6 !h3 1 7 .g3 !
!hS 1 7 .a3 ? [ 1 7 .!e2] Wff6 1 8 . ctJ eS? ctJ eS [ 1 7 . ctJ e4 l"i: g 2 1 8 .\b h l fe 1 9 . ctJ eS iW f6 !
1 9 .de WfeS 20. ctJ f3 !f3 2 1 .gf (Schowalter­ 20.!e3 l"i:f2 2 1 .!f2 Wff2 22.l"i:g 1 l"i:b2-+] LtJg3
Pillsbury, C am b ridge Springs 1 904) 1 8 .fg l"i:g3 1 9 .\bf2 l"i:g2 20.cj;>e3 f4 2 1 .cj;>d3
ctJ g3 !-+. !fS 22 . ctJ e4± Dreev, Dvoretsky .
1 4.ctJe5? ctJ eS I S .de ctJ f2 ! 1 6 .cj;>t2 !cS 14,..f4? !
1 7 .\bfl Wfh4-+ Savereide-Milligan, Thes­ A) I S .Wfd l !h3 1 6 .!fl
saloniki 01 1 988. A I ) 1 6 . . . Wfd6? 1 7 . ctJ e4 de 1 8 .l"i:e4+- Dreev­
14.g3? ! Wfd6 1 S .!e2 f4---+ 1 6. ctJ e4 de 1 7 . ctJ eS Wolff, Bukaramanga 1983 ;
ctJ eS 1 8 .de WfeS 1 9 .!g4 l"i:g4 20.Wfb7 l"i:f8+ A2) 1 6 . . . !fS
Reeh-Treppner, Bundesliga 1983 i12 1 .Wfe4 A21) 1 7 . ctJ e4 de 1 8 . ctJ eS ctJ eS 1 9.de iWdl
fg ! -+ 2 0 . l"i: d 1 e3 2 1 . fe !cS 2 2 . l"i: d4°o Dreev,
14.l"i:e3 (Chigorin) . Dvoretsky;
14.!f1 A22) 1 7 . ctJti3 !d6 1 8 . ctJ c S ± Dreev,
A) 1 4 . . . Wfd6 1 S .Wfc2 (Unzicker-Alexander, Dvoretsky;
Biel 1960) aSoo Forintos, Haag; B) I S .!c6 !
B) 1 4 . . . l"i:b8 l S .Wfc2 !d6 Bl) l S . . . !h3 ? 1 6. ctJ e4 ! [ 1 6.g3 ? fg 1 7 .hg
B l ) 1 6 .b3 ? ctJ d2 1 7 . ctJ d 2 !h2 ! 1 8 .cj;>h2 Wfh4 ctJ g3 ! ] !g2 1 7 . ctJ eS+- Dreev, Dvoretsky ;
1 9 .cj;> g l l"i:h6 20 . f3 Wfe l -+ G reensite­ B2) I S . . . ctJ d2 1 6. ctJ eS ! [ 1 6.ctJd2 ! ? l"i:c6 1 7 .f3]
Baugh, corr 1976; ctJb3 1 7 . ctJt7 cj;>g8 1 8 . ctJ d8 l"i:d8 [ 1 8 . . . LtJa l
B2) 1 6.g3°o Forintos, Haag; 1 9 .!a8 !d8 20.l"i:e8] 1 9.ab cj;>f8 20.�b5±
C) 1 4 . . . f4 ! ? [20.!a4±] Dreev, Dvoretsky.
Cl) l S . ctJ e4? de 1 6 . ctJ eS ctJ eS 1 7 .de e3 ! +
Muchnik-Chekhova, Minsk 1981 i1 1 8 .fe 63 1 15,..f4?! 1 6 .!d3 l"i:h6 1 7 .�e2 :r:1b8
!h4; 1 8 .Wfd 1 �e2 1 9 .Wfe2 !d6 20.ctJf3± De Jong­
C2) l S .Wfc2°o Forintos, Haag. P.Mueller, Hamburg 1 989.
14.!e2 (Steinitz) Wfd6 !� (ECO) l S . ctJ fl f4
[ I S . . . !h3 ! ? 1 6 . ctJ g3 f4] 1 6. ctJ 3d2 632 1 6.!c6? !h2 ! 1 7 .cj;>fl [ 1 7 .cj;>h2 iWh4
A) 1 6 . . . !h3 ! ? 1 7 .!f3 [ 1 7 .g3 l"i:f8---+ ] ctJ gS 1 8 . cj;>g 1 l"i:h6-+] l"i:c6+ Dreev, Dvoretsky.
1 8 . !hS [ 1 8 . !c5 ctJ aS] l"i: h 6 1 9 .Wfd l °o
Dvoretsky; 633 Dreev, Dvoretsky.
B) 1 6 . . . !h4 ! ? Bronstein, Lepioshkin;
C) 1 6 . . . ctJ f2 1 7 . !g4 l"i: g 4 [ 1 7 . . . ctJ g4 ! ? 634 14.Wfa4 !d6 ! I S .h3 [ I S . g3 ! ?]
Dvoretsky] A) l S . . . !hS 1 6 . !e2 !e8 1 7 .Wfc2 :r:1g6
Cl) 1 8 . l"i: e7 ? ! (Tukmakov-Dvoretsky, 1 8 . ctJ f l !d7 1 9 . ctJ e 3 !e6 20.!fl f4 2 1 .ctJc4
Odessa USSR ch( ll) 1 974) ctJ e7 ! 1 9 .cj;>f2 !h3 22. l"i:e4 de 23 .Wfe4 Wfd7 24 . ctJ d6 cd
Wfg6 20.g3 l"i: f8 2 1 . ctJ f3 fg 22.hg WfhS ! 2S .Wff4°o Arlandi;

202
B) I S . . . 4Jd2 B l ) 1 6 . g 3 ? f4 ! 1 7 .gh Wig6-+;
B1) 1 6.4Jd2 �h3 1 7 .gh Elg6 1 8 .lf?f1 WigS B2) 1 6. 4JeS
19.�c6 Wifg2 20.<;t>e2 �g3-+ Storland­ B21) 1 6 . . . f4 1 7 . 4J b7 Wig6 1 8 .�d3 Wid3
Ernst, Gausdal (open) 1987; 1 9 .Wic6 Elae8 20.Wie8 El e 8 2 1 . El e8 <;t> f7
B2) 1 6.hg 4J f3 1 7 .gf fg 1 8 .fg Elf3 ! 1 9.Wie6 22.Ele l Wie2 2 3 . g3 fg 24.hg �g3 ! + <'12S . fg?
�h4 20.Ele8 Ele8 2 1 .Wie8 Elf8 22 .Wie3 Wig4 �f3-+;
23 .mfl �g3 24.�d2 �f2 2s .Wif2 Wih3+­ B22) 1 6 . . . �f2 ! 1 7 . <;t> f2 Wih2 [<'1 f4- f3 --+ ]
Ernst. 1 8.�e6 [ 1 8 . 4J e6 f4 1 9. 4J f4 Elf4 20.�f4m8-
14.�dl Elg6 l S . 4J f 1 (Ribli-Bonner, Skopje +] be 1 9 .Wie6 [ 1 9 . 4J e6 f4--+ ] f4 20.WidS
011972) �d6� Forintos, Haag. <;t> h8+/ --+ ;
B3) 1 6.Elf1 !
635 IS . h3 ! ? B 3 1 ) 1 6 . . . f4 1 7 .f3 �fS 1 8 .4JeS Wig6 1 9.Wid l !
IS.g3!? �h3 2o.Wid2 Elae8 2 1 . 4J d3 a6°o Anand­
IS.4Jfl Elg6 1 6 .lf?hl Wif6� Arakhamia­ Yusupov, Linares 1993 -57/306;
Chelushkina, Kiev 1984. B32) 1 6 . . . Wi g 6 ! ? 1 7 . �� � h 3 1 8 . g 3 !
[ 1 8 .�g3 ? f4 1 9 .9h fg 20.hg �g3 2 1 . fg
636 18.<;t>gl Wih4 1 9 . f3 Wie l 20. 4J b3 ElhS Wig3 22.lf?hl Wih3 2 3 . <;t> g l Wig3 24 . <;t> h l
A) 2 I .Wifd2? Elh l ! [2 1 . . .Wih4? ! 22 .Wif4 4J e7 ! Elf3-+] �gS 1 9 .�gS �f1 20.�f1 ! [20.Elf1
23 .id2 4Jg6 24 .Wie7 Elf8 2S .�e2 (Barua­ WigS 2 1 .�e6 be 22 .Wie6 f4+] WigS 2 1 . 4JeS+.
Arlandi, Manila (01) 1992 -55/302) �h3 ! 15.4J f1 ! ? f4 1 6 .f300 .
26.�h2 �g2 ! 27 .Wig2 4J f4 2 8 .�f4 Wif4-+] 15.�e2 �e2
nmh l Wiff 1 2 3 . <;t> h2 El e 8 24.Wif4 El e 2 A) 1 6. Ele2 Elae8 I 7 . 4J f3 �f6 1 8 .Ele8 Ele8
25.�g3 �f3-+ Arlandi; 1 9 .WibS El b 8 2 0 . � d 2 a6 2 1 .Wid3 Wid7
B) 2 1 .�f4 Wih4 22 .Wie2 ! gS 23 .�e5 <;t>g8 [o 2 1 . . . g6 22.Ele l <;t>f7=] 22.Ele l h6 23.h4
24.fg fg 2S .�f6 Elf8 26 .Wie6 Elf7= Arlandi. <;t>f7 24.�f4 Ele8 2S .�eSt Oll-Psakhis, Cap
d'Agde 1994;
637 12.Wi bS e6 1 3 .Wia4 bS 1 4.Wie2 4Je4= A) I S . . . Elae8 ! ?=.
Botvinnik.
12.�c2.

638 1 3 ... Elffi 1 4 .�c6 Ele6 I S . 4J e5 Ela6


16.�c2 �hS 1 7 .f3±.

639 IS .4J b3? !


A) 15 . . . f4
AI) 1 6.4JeS
All) 1 6 . . . Wig6 ? ! 1 7 .�d3 �fS 1 8 .�f3 ElfS
19.0= Yudasin-Khalifman, Simferopol
1988;
A12) 1 6 . . . �h4 ! -B;
A2) 1 6. f3 �h4 1 7 . Ele200 ;
B) 15 . . . �h4 !

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1.7.3. Game 5 ditional pressure on the e4-knight in the
event of B l ack opting for kingside castling
Anand - Yusupov (due to the pin on the d5 -pawn) .
Linares 1 993 Often White begins with 1 O.ttJ bd2 instead.
In my opinion, thi s i s less pre cise, since
l .e4 e5 2'ctJf3 ttJf6 3.ttJxe5 d6 4.ttJf3 ttJxe4 B l ack gains additional oppor tunities as­
5.d4 d5 6.id3 ttJc6 7.0-0 ie7 8.ge 1 ig4 sociated with queens ide castling (-9 1 -92) .
One of Black' s main ideas in the P etroff After the text move 1 O . . "W d6 or 1 0 . . Wd7 .

Defence is to counterattack in the centre. can be successfully met by 1 1 .ttJ fd2 ! ? wit h
His e4-knight is indirectly protected: after the idea of f3 (-93; positions 1 22, 1 24-- 1 26) .
9.ixe4 de 1 0. gxe4 B lack r egains the d4- 1 0 ... 0-0
pawn: 1 0 . . . ixf3 1 1 .iWxf3 ( l l .gf f5 1 2 . gf4 [ l O . . . ixf3 ? l 1 . gf±]
0-0 1 3 . d5 i g 5 1 4 . g a4 ixc l 1 5 . iWxc l 1 l .ttJbd2
"W xd5+ B i sguier) 1 1 . . .ttJ xd4, with equal R egarding l 1 .ttJ fd2? -position 1 27 . Also
chances (-5 8 3 ) . 1 1 .iWxb7 ? i s premature in view of 1 1 ixf3
. . .

1 2 .gf ctJ xf2 ! ( 1 2 . . . ih4 ! ?) 1 3 .� xf2 ih4+


a b c d e f 9 h
1 4 .� f 1 ixe l 1 5 .� xe l iWd6, with a strong
8 8
attack (for more details -6 1 8 ) .
7 7
1 l ...ttJa5
6 6
This move is less popular than the sharp
5 5
1 1 . . .� h 8 . Nonetheless, it is worthy of se­
4 4
rious pr actical testing. White has signifi­
3 3 cant problems i n developing his initiative,
2 2 since his queen is displaced from its most
active position.
a b c d e f 9 h 1 2."Wa4
The important alter natives are 1 2 .�b5 and
9.c3 f5 1 2 .iWc2 .
This offensive set-up is in the spirit of the 1 2 ...ttJc6 13.ib5
position: B lack should oppose White ' s re­
strained play with an attempt to hold his a b c
�=�

ground in the centre (that i s , to support his 8

strong centrali sed knight) . The drawback 7

to this move is that it weakens the central 6

e 5 - square, which can no longer be pro­ 5

tected by a pawn, in contrast to the adj a­ 4

cent e4-square . 3

10.iW b3 2
An important par t of White ' s plan. Not only
does he eliminate the pin on his knight and a b c d e f 9 h
attack the b7-pawn, but he also exerts ad-

204
According to B otvinnik, B l ack can equal­ White ' s sixteenth move that 1 6" .ih4 ! (in­
ise by 1 3" .m 6 1 4.ixc61:l:x c 6 I S,ctJ e S Ei:a6. stead of 1 6" .'&g6) is a better move for
White, however, gets the better chances by Black. The h4-square is the second best one
continuing in thi s line 1 6: �c2 ihS 1 7 . f3 , (after d6) for B l ack ' s dark-square bishop
capitalising o n the weakening o f the eS­ in the 9 . c 3 s y stem. Khalifman ' s move
square . In order to protect this square , I s" .ih4 i s to be preferred to I S" .f4, since
B lack uses a typical method: he exchanges it gives B lack additional possibilities (-an­
his central knight, the pride of his position, notation to White ' s 1 6th move) .
for his presently passive opposite number, IS ...i h4! 16 . Ei: f1 !
thereby opposing the future appearance of Anand notices the danger in time . After
a white knight at eS (-positions 1 23 , 1 30) . 1 6.CtJ c S ? [ 1 6 . g 3 ? f4 ! 1 7 .gh '&g6-+] Black
13 4:Jxd2!? 14.CtJxd2 '& d 6
... has a pleasant choice between 1 6 . . . f4 ! ?
l 4 . . . 4:J bS ? ! fails to I S .h3 ! ihS 1 6 .ie2±, 1 7 .CtJ xb7 '&g6 I s .id3 ( 1 S .ixc6 if3 -+)
w hen White transfers his knight to eS . I S . . . '& x d 3 1 9 . '& xc6 Ei: a e S ! 2 0 . '& x e S
lS.4:Jb3?! ( 2 0 . i xf4 i x f2 + ! 2 l . ct? xf2 '&d2+ - + )
20" .Ei:xe8 2 1 .Ei:xeS+ ct?f7 22.Ei:e 1 '& c 2 23 .g3
a b c d e f
(23.Ei:fl ie2-+) 23" . fg 24.hg ixg3 i1 2S .fg
8 8
if3-+ and the energetic 1 6" .ixf2+ !
7 7
1 7 . ct? xf2 '& x h 2 [ i n t e n d i n g f4 - f3--+]
6 6 1 8 . i x c 6 ( 1 8 .CtJ e 6 f4 1 9 .CtJ xf4 Ei: x f4 +
5 5 20.ixf4 Ei:f8--+ ) 1 8" .bc ( 1 S" .f4 ! ? 1 9 .ixdS+
4 4 ct? h 8--+ ) 1 9 . '& x c 6 ( 1 9 .CtJ e6 f4--+ ) 1 9 . . . f4
3 3 20.'&xdS+ ct?hS--+ . Now White i s ready to
2 2 meet fS -f4 with f2-f3 .
16...f4
a b c d e f 9 h After lengthy consideration, B lack, some­
what underestimating his offensive pros­
White underestimates h i s opponent' s pects, fai l s to select the strongest move .
threats. M uch more prudent was I S,cLl fl ! ? After 1 6" .'&g6 ! ? 1 7 .if4 ih3 , I S .ig3 ? is
f4 16.f3°o or I S.f3 ih4 ! ? [ I S" .ihS ! ?oo] bad i n view of I S" .f4 1 9 .9 h fg 20.hg ixg3
l6.E1e2 ihS 1 7 .CtJ fl f4 ! oo . Nevertheless, 2 1 . fg '& x g 3 + 2 2 . ct? h l '& x h 3 + 2 3 . m g l
B lack must act vigorously, since he can­ '&g3+ 24 .ct?h l Ei:f3-+. White has to settle
not parry the threat of CtJ cS by normal for the exchange sacrifi c e 1 8 . g 3 ! igS
means . He can continue I S" .f4, to which 1 9 . ixgS ixfl 20.ixfl ! (20. Ei:xfl '&xg5
White ' s best r e s p o n s e is 1 6 . f3 i h 4 2 l . i x c 6 b c 2 2 . '& x c 6 f4+ ) 2 0 . . . '& x g S
l7.E1e2°o. Yudasin - Khalifman, USSR C h 2 1 .CtJ c S , with compensation.
(M oscow) 1 9 S5 , w e n t 1 6 .CtJ cS '& g 6 ? ! 17.f3 ifS 18.CtJcS '& g6
17.!d3 if5 I s . ixfS Ei:xfS 1 9 . f3 and i n 1 8 . . . Ei:ae8 ? ! 1 9 .CtJ xb7 '&g6 i s disadvanta­
this sharp position a draw was agreed. I t geous in view of 20.ixf4 ih3 2 1 .ig3
w ill become clear from the annotation to ixg3 2 2 . hg '&xg3 23 .'&c2±.

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a b c d e f 9 h e5-square, but at thi s very moment its ca­
8 8
reer comes abruptly to an end !
7 7
23...Elxe5!
6 6
The irony of fate: i nstead of winning the
5 5
exchange after 1 6 . . . � g6, B lack remains the
4 4
exchange down after all . B ut he could not
3
tolerate such a monster on e5 .1 f 23 . . . �g5?,
3
then 24.<;t> hl , with the idea of 24 J'lxe5. .
2 2
25 .de �e6 26.g3+ - . After the text Black
obtains good compensation, and the rep­
a b c d e f 9 h
etition of moves which occurred in the
game can be considered the j ust outcome.
It seems that B l ack's attack is irresistible:
24.de �e6!?
after 1 9 . � x c 6 ? h e w i n s w i th 1 9 . . . � h3 ,
With the ideas of 25 . . . Ei:f 5 and 25 . . c5 .
.

while 1 9 .�xf4 fails to 1 9 . . . �c2-+ . And yet


25.�d4 �h3 26.�d2 �e6� 27.�d4
White has foreseen a subtle defence: the
Draw
queen retreats to the rear and protects the
g2-pawn. A less vivid real isation of this
idea i s to be found i n the solution to posi­
tion 1 25 .
19.�dl!�h3
The critical move, although worthy of con­
sideration was 1 9 . . .El ae8 20.�xf 4 (20.�d3
i s weaker: 20 . . . �x d3 2l . ctJ xd3 �g5+ with
the i nitiative on the e-fi le . If 20. ctJ d 3 , then
2 0 . . . � x d 3 2 1 . � xd3 � h 5 2 2 . � d2 � g 3
2 3 . h 3 oo ) 20 . .. � h 3 2 1 . � g3 � x g 3 2 2 . hg
�xg3 23 .�d2, with an approximatel y
equal game.
20.�d2 Elae8 21.ctJd3!
B ut not 2l . �d3 �f 5+ . The text m ove ena­
bl es W hite to ex ert pressure on the weak
f4-paw n . The threat of 22.<;t>hl compel s
Bl ack to take f orcef ul me asure s .
21...a6!
The combination 2 1 . . .El e 3 ? 22.<;t> hl Elx d3 ?
23.�xd 3 �xg2+ i s ref uted by 24 .<;t> gl ! +- .
22.�xe6 be 23.ctJe5
2 3 .<;t> hl ?? �x g2-+. An intri cate path has
f in al ly l ed the w hite knight to the desired

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1.7.4. Exercises

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8

7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

111 1 3.? 1 14 1 4. ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

1 12 9. . . ? 1 15 1 9. ?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

113 l 3. ? 116 15. . .?

207
Il�
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

117 1 3.? 1 20 1 1 .?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9

118 15.? 121 1 2. . ?


.

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

1 19 2 2. ? 1 22 1 6 .?

208
Jt�
a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

1 23 13. . .? 1 26 1 7. . .?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8 8

7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

1 24 1 1 .? 1 27 1 1 ...?

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

8 8 8

7 7 7 7

6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5

4 4 4 4

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 2

a b c d e 9 h a b c d e 9 h

1 25 14.? 1 28 15.?

209
a b c d e f 9 h 1.7.5. Answers
8

6 6
Ex . l l l ( 1 .e4 e5 2.lLlf3 CiJf6 3.CiJe5 d6 4.4Jf3
CiJe4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 ig4 7.0-0 CiJc6 8.c3
5 5
ie7 9.CiJbd2 CiJd2 10.id2 0-0 H.h3 �hS
4 4
12.1'le l iMfd7?) Capablanca-Marshall, Ha·
3 3
vana 1913.
2
Capablanca overlooked that by the stand­
ard blow 1 3.CiJe5! White wins a pawn:
e
a b c d f 9 h
1 3 ... CiJe5 [ 1 3 . . . id l 1 4 .CiJ d7 1'ld8 15.4Je5]
1 29 1 4. ? 14.ih7 ! mh7 15.iMfh5 .
Ex. 1 1 2 (1 .e4 e5 2.CiJf3 CiJf6 3.CiJe5 d6 4.4Jf3
CiJe4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 CiJc6 7.0-0 ie7 8.4Jc3
if5 9.iMfe l ) B alashov-Yusupov, Minsk
a b c d e f 9 h 1 982.
8 Black ignored White ' s threat and obtained
7
a good game: 9 ... 0-0 ! ? 10.CiJe4 de 11.�e4
6
ib4 (the point of Black' s plan) 12.c3 :1l:e8
13.if5 1'le1 14.1'lel id6�.
5
-82 .
4

3 3
Ex . 1 1 3 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.CiJf3 CiJf6 3.CiJe5 d6 4.4Jf3
2 2
CiJe4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 ie7 7.0-0 CiJc6 8.:1l:el
if5 9.ib5 0-0 1 0.ic6 bc H.CiJe5 �h4
e
a b c d f 9 h
12.ie3 iMfd6 ? ! )
1 30 15 . . . ? Timman-Portisch, Moscow 1981
Black misses a queen thrust, typical of the
P etroff Defence. 13.iMfh5! iMff6 14.tL'lf3 gS
1 5.CiJbd2 ig6 16.iMfh6 CiJd6 17.�g5 igS
18.iMfg5 iMfg5 19.CiJg5±.
-557/A .

Ex . 1 1 4 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.CiJf3 CiJf6 3.CiJe5 d6 4.4Jf3


CiJe4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 ie7 7.0-0 tL'lc6 8J=1el
if5 9.CiJbd2 CiJd2 1 0.iMfd2 id3 11.%Jd3
0-0 1 2.c3 iMfd7 1 3 .if4 a6) Kasparov.
Karpov, Moscow 1981
In spite of the likelihood of this position
leading to a draw, White maintains the ini­
tiative. For the time being he should seize
the e-file. As will become clear from the

21 0
course of the game, 1 4.Ele2 was worth try­ Sterren, it was possible to p lay this now :
ing, but the text move is more typical as far lS ... Wfd7 ! L1 l 6 . Elb7 ? tLl aS 1 7 .�bS �c8-+.
as th e fight for the open file is concern ed: For further details -S69/B .
the whi t e queen has the possibility of tak­
ing up a position behind the rook: 14J'::I e3 EX . l l 7 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ttJf3 ttJ f6 3.ttJeS d6 4.ttJf3
�ae8 l S .1"!ae1 id8 1 6.h3 1"!e3 1 7 .Ele3 ttJ e4 S.d4 dS 6.id3 ie7 7.0-0 ttJ e6 8.1"!e1
[17.We3 1W fS =] f6 [ 1 7 . . . Ele8 1 8 .�fS ! Ele6±] ifS 9.e4 ttJ b4 1 0 .ifl de 1 l . ttJ e3! ttJ f6
18.E1e2 l'U7± [ 1 8 . . . El e 8 ? ! 1 9 . El e8 � e 8 1 2.ie4 0-0) Karpov-Portiseh, Tilburg
20.WfS± Kasparov] -Pos. l I S . 1 982
-85 Another tactical subtlety of the variation :
White can simply chase away the black
Ex.IIS (Continuation of Ex. 1l4) knight by playing 13.a3, since 1 3 . . . tLl c2?
Black plans to simplify by 1 9 . . . Ele7, but loses to l 4. tLl h4+- .
White finds a way to prevent this and si­ The game continued : 13 ... ttJ e6 14.dS ttJ aS
multaneously to strengthen his position . l S.ia2 e5 1 6.ig5 1"!e8 17.Wfa4±.
19.1Lld2! The white knight moves to a more -S7 1 1B .
act ive position. Now 1 9 . . . Ele7 is met by
2o,lijb3 Ele2 2 1 .�e2 ie7 2 2 .�g4 ! �g4 Ex.l l 8 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.ttJf3 ttJ f6 3.ttJe5 d6 4.ttJf3
23.hg4± (K asparov) . ttJ:e4 S.d4 d5 6.id3 ie7 7.0-0 ttJ e6 8.1"!e1
1 9 . . .1e7 20. ttJ fl B l ack defends against ifS 9.e4 ttJ b4 10.ifl 0-0 1 l .a3 ttJ e6 1 2.ed
Itlb3, b ut the knight goes to e3 ! WfdS 13.ttJc3 ttJ e3 14.be ig6 ? ! ) Karpov­
2o .. 1f8 21 .Wff3± White seizes the initia­
. Portiseh, Luzern 01 1 982
tive, and after B lack ' s next unfortunate White can easily carry out the planned ad­
move he obtai n s a g r e a t adv an t a g e : vance of h i s central pawns : 15.e4 Wfd7
21...i=1e7? [02 1 . . .LO d8] 22.LO e 3 LO d8 23 .ic7 ! [l S . . . Wfd6 1 6 . dS if6 1 7 . cS ! L1 1 7 . . . �cS
V'lc7 24 . tLl dS �d6 2S . tLl e7 ie7 26.�e4±. 1 8 .ie3] 1 6.dS if6 1 7.1"!a2 ttJ a5 1 8.if4
-568. 1"!fe8 19.1"!ae2 (a typical manoeuvre for this
structure) 1"!ee8? [ 0 1 9 . . . Ele2] 20.ttJeS WffS?
Ex. 1 16 (l.e4 eS 2.ttJf3 ttJ f6 3.ttJeS d6 4.ttJf3 [ 0 20 .. . ieS] 2 1 .id2! ttJ e4 22.g4 ! +- ttJ eS
ltle4 S.d4 dS 6.id3 ie7 7.0-0 ttJ e6 8.1"!e1 23.gf ttJ f3 2 4 .cJig2 i h 5 2 S . Wf a4 ttJ h4
.irs 9.e4 0-0 1 0. ttJ c3 ttJ e3 l l .be id3 26.cJih3 ie2 27.ie2 1 -0
1 2 .Wd3 de 1 3 .Wfe4 i d 6 1 4J'1:b1 1"!e8 -S73114 ...ig6? ! .
I S .1e3!) Ti m m a n - Va n der S t e r r e n ,
Nederland e h 1983 Ex. 1 1 9 ( 1.e4 eS 2.ttJf3 ttJ f6 3.ttJeS d6 4.ttJf3
White's pressure is very unpleasant. In the ttJ e4 5.d4 d5 6.id3 ie7 7.0-0 ttJ e6 8.1"!el
game after l s . . .Wff6 1 6 .�a4 b6 1 7 .igS Wfg6 if5 9.e4 ttJ b4 1 0 .ifl 0-0 1 l .a3 ttJ e6
18.g3 tLle7 1 9 .ie7 Ele7 White could have 12.ttJe3 ttJ e3 13.be de 14.ie4 id6 15.ig5
achieved a signifi cant advantage by 20.Wfc6 ! Wfd7 16.ttJh4 ttJ a5 17.ia2 b5 18.a4 a6? !
gd8 2 1 .�g2 Elel 22.Ele l h6 23 .c4 L1cS± 1 9 . a b a b 2 0 . ttJ f5 Wff5 2 1 .ie7 1"!fb8 ? ! )
(T imman). The black queen defends the Karpov-Portiseh, Thrin 1982
queens ide most successfully from d7. As A great player can be recognised immedi­
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(cf. the previous example). -597/1 0 ... 0-0 .
22.g4 ! ! This subtle move enables White to Ex. 1 22 ( 1.e4 eS 2.tLlf3 tLlf6 3.tLleS d 6 4.liJf3
chase the black queen away from its opti­ tLle4 S.d4 dS 6.id3 tLlc6 7.0-0 ie7 8JM
mal defensive square . If 22 . . .1!h' f4 Karpov ig4 9.c3 fS 1 0.%lib3 %lid7 n.tLlfd2 0-0-0
was p l a n n i n g 2 3 . i<fi 1!h' d 6 [ 2 3 . . . c d 12.f3 tLld2 1 3 .tLld2 ihS 1 4.%lia4 l"!he8
2 4 . i d 5 ± ] 2 4 .1!h' f3 1!h' d 7 2 5 . El e2 lLl c 6 IS.tLl b3 a6) Ehlvest-Yusupov, Rotterdam
26.Elae I ± L1Ele8?? 27 .1!h' f7+- . In the game 1 989
after 22 . . .1!h'd7 White landed the spectacu­ In the game after 1 6.id2 ig6 1 7 .if4 liJ b8
lar blow: 23 .if7 !+-, when 23 . . .@f7 loses 1 8 .1!h' d7 lLl d7 1 9 .@ f2 if6 B lack was able to
to 24.Ela5 ! Ela5 25 .1!h' b3 @ g6 26.Ele6 mf7 defend his position . However, White had at
27 . Ele5 m g 6 2 8 . El g5 m h 6 2 9 .1!h' f7 El a l his di sposal an unexpected blow: 16.ig5!!
30.@ g2 1!h' c6 3 1 .d5 or 30 . . . g6 3 1 .Elh5 . igS 17.tLlcS 1!h'd6 18.ia6 with an irresist­
-5 80/1 6 ... lLl aS/B . ible attack.
-604/1 0 ... %lid7 .
Ex. 1 20 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.lLlf3 lLl f6 3.tLleS d6 4.tLlf3
tLle4 S.d4 dS 6.id3 ie7 7.0-0 tLlc6 8J3el Ex. 1 23 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.tLlf3 tLlf6 3.tLleS d6 4.liJf3
ig4 9.c3 fS 1 0 .h3 if3 ) E n k l a a r ­ tLle4 S.d4 dS 6.id3 ie7 7.0-0 tLlc6 8.l"!el
Dvoretsky, Wijk aan Zee I I 1975 ig4 9.c3 fS 10.1!h'b3 1!h'd6 n.tLlbd2 0-0-0
When in this l i n e B l ack exchanges h i s 12.ibS if6 13.%lia4) Mukhin-Dolmatov.
bishop for the f3-knight, h e should consider USSR 1977
the possibility of White recapturing with the By a typical exchange B lack either diverts
pawn. Driving off the powerful e4-knight White 's knight from the e5-square or forces
is the only way of fighting for an advantage a doubling of his pawns: 13 ... tLld2!? 14.id�
here . [o I 4 . lLl d 2 ] if3 1 5 .gf a6 1 6 .id3 ? ! [16.ifl:
n.gf tLlf6! [ 1 1 . . . lLl d6? 1 2 .1!h' b3] 12.ifS 0- 1 6.ic6] mb8 [ 1 6 . . . ih4 ! ] 1 7 .if5? [0 17 . b4x
o 13.%lid3 id6 14.igS tLle7, and now White Dolmatov] ih4 1 8 .ih3 1!h' f6 1 9 .ig2 CiJe7t
should have pl ayed 1 5 . lLl d2 lLl f5 1 6 .1!h' f5 For more detai l s -92.
(Dvoretsky), although in this case the weak­
ening of White ' s pawn structure would give Ex. 1 24 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.tLlf3 tLlf6 3.tLleS d6 4.liJf3
Black the compensation for the sacrificed tLle4 S.d4 dS 6.id3 ie7 7.0-0 tLlc6 8.l"!el
pawn. ig4 9.c3 fS 1 0 .1!h'b3 %lid6) I vanchuk­
-5 85/ 10.h3 . Anand, Reggio Emilia 1988/89
One more important idea in positions of this
Ex . 1 2 1 ( 1 .e4 eS 2.tLlf3 tLlf6 3.tLleS d6 4.tLlf3 type: seeing that Black has not castled and
tLle4 S.d4 dS 6.id3 tLlc6 7.0-0 ie7 8J3el is not yet ready to attack, White prepares
ig4 9.c3 fS 1 0.tLlbd2 0-0 n.tLlfl id6 f2-f3 . It is important to note th at White
1 2 .tLl e3 ? ) J a n o w s k i - S c h l e c h t e r, should be careful with such a manoeuvre.
Karlsbad m 1902 since it slows his own development .
White m i s sed the combination a l ready n.tLlfd2! ? 0-0-0 [ 1 1 . . .ih5 ! ? 1 2 . f3 iiJd2
known to the reader from Ex. 60: 12 ... ih2 ! 1 3 . lLl d2 0-0 1 4 . lLl f i f4 1 5 .1Mf b7 !'labS
1 3 .@h2 tLlf2-+ and i f 1 4 .1!h' c 2 , then 1 6.1!h' a6 ih4 1 7 . Ele2 gave White the better
14 . . . lLld3 1 5 .1!h' d3 if3 L1 1 6.gf 1!h' h4. play in the game Ehlvest-Forintos, Tallinn

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1 986] 12.13 �h4 13.Elfl �h3 -Ex. 1 2S mh8 2 1 . ttJ f3 �g3 22. ttJ gl �f1 23 . ttJ d2
-93. Elae8 24.ttJ e4 Ele4 25.�e4 Elf2 26.ttJf3 �g2
27.�gl �f3 28.�f3 Elf3 0-1
Ex. 1 2S (Continuation of Ex. 124). -For more details -6 1 S/11.ttJfd2?
Bl ack's attack looks menacing, but White
has an adequate defence: 14.Wc2! [ 1 4.CUe4 Ex. 1 2S ( 1 .e4 e5 2.ttJf3 ttJ f6 3.ttJe5 d6 4.ttJf3
fe I S . fe de 1 6.�e4 l"i:hfS�] vtf g6 (the point ttJ e4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �e7 7.0-0 ttJ c6 8.Elel
of White ' s idea is revealed i n the l i n e �g4 9.c3 f5 1 0.Wb3 0-0 1 l . ttJ bd2 �h8
1 4 . . . 1g2 I S .mg2 vtf g6 1 6 .mh l CU f2 1 7 . l"i:f2 1 2.h3 �h5 1 3 .Wb7 Elf6 1 4 .Wb3 Elg6)
�f2 I S .1fS) 15.ttJ b3 ElhfS 16.ttJa3 Elde8, Karpov-Korchnoi, Moscow cm(6) 1974
and now instead of the text move 1 7 . mh 1 ? One of the central positions of the system
[-Ex . 1 26], White should have continued with 9.c3. In compensation for the sacrificed
17.1f4!, when B lack's attack breaks down. pawn B l ack g ai n s the i n i t i ative on the
-P os. 1 26. kingside. As we know from the previous
-6 1 6/13 ... �h3 . example, White must closely watch for sac­
rifices on f2 and the move . . . �h4. The es­
Ex. 1 26 (Continuation of Ex. 125). sential weakness of Black's position is the
By l anding two spectacular blows, Black eS -square. Karpov 's next move creates the
forces the win: 1 7 ... ttJf2! 18.Elf2 �g2 ! , with threat of a knight invasion, and at the same
unavoidable mate. time over-protects the f3 -knight in the event
of the standard exchange on d2 (-position
Ex. 1 27 (1 .e4 e5 2.ttJf3 ttJ f6 3.ttJe5 d6 4.ttJf3 1 23 ):
liJe4 5.d4 d5 6.�d3 �e7 7.0-0 ttJ c6 8.Elel 1 5.�e2 ! ?
�g4 9 . c3 f5 1 0 . W b3 0 - 0 l 1 . ttJ fd 2 ? ) Now I S . . . CU f2 ? 1 6 . mt2 �h4 1 7 . m fl �e l
Lj ubojevic-Makarychev, Amsterdam I S . CU e 1 �e2 1 9 . me2 vtf e7 20.mfl l"i:eS is bad
1975 in view of 2 1 .vtf d 1 +- (Botvinnik). In the
The situation on the board is almost identi­ game after I S . . . �h4 [ I S . . . 1d6 was better -
cal to that in position 1 24: the only differ­ 94] l 6 . l"i:fl 1f3 1 7 . CU f3 1f2 I S . l"i:t2 CU f2
ence is that instead of . . .vtf d6 B l ack has 1 9 . mf2 vtf d6, White gained a winning posi­
opted for castling. However, this factor radi­ tion by 20. CU gS ! +- .
call y changes the evaluation of the move
I l .l2l fd2. Now Black has a typical combi­ Ex. 1 29 ( 1 .e4 e5 2.ttJf3 ttJ f6 3.ttJe5 d6 4.ttJf3
nation at his disposal: ttJ e4 5.d4 d5 6.1d3 i.e7 7.0-0 ttJ c6 8.Elel
ll . lLlf2 ! (the strongest continuation)
.. 194 9.c3 f5 1 0.Wb3 0-0 1 l . ttJ bd2 �h8
12.1iIf2 �h4 1 3 . g3 [ 1 3 . m fl �e l 1 4 . m e l 12.Wb7 Elf6 1 3.Wb3 Elg6) Dreev-Wolff,
'iW h4 l S . mfl l"i: aeS-+] f4 14.mg2 [ 1 4.gh Bukaramanga 1983
'iW h4 I S .mfl f3 -+] fg. Another important theoretical position,
Bl ack has a decisive attack. This position is which differs from the previous one in that
w ell known; it was analysed long ago by White has not included the moves 1 2 .h3
Schl echter. Here is the conclusion of the 1hS . This has its pros and cons. On the one
game: 15.�e4 �h3 ! 16.mgl gh 17.mh2 hand, the manoeuvre 1e2 is now less effec­
'iWd6 18.mhl �el-+ 19.Wd5 Wd5 20.�d5 tive, since B lack ' s light-square bi shop is

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protected, and he may have an opportunity
to play . . . �h3 . On the other hand, the king's
position is not weakened and sacrifices on
f2 are not so dangerous .
14.�b5 ! ? [ Al S .�c6 :;"1 c6 l 6 . ctJ e5]
If now 1 4 . . . :;"1 b S , then l S .1Wa4 1Wd6 1 6.�c6
�h3 1 7 . g3 ! . If 1 4 . . . 1Wd6 ? ! White replies
with l S .�c6 �h3 1 6. ctJ e4 :;"1 g2 1 7 . <;t>hl fe
l S . ctJ eS+- (Dreev, Dvoretsky ) . The text
move 1 4 . . . f4? ! allows White to gain a sig­
n i fi c a n t adv antage after l S . �c6 ! ctJ d