KN

Preparing for the decisive N-K5.

Black anticipates 40 N-K5. 1.41 -2.29

2708 Mikhail Tal-AK:

Ruy Lopez

1 P-K4 P-K4 2 N-KB3 N-QB3 3 B-N5 P-QR3 4 B-R4 N-B3 5 0-0 B-K2 6 R-Kl P-QN4 7 B-N3 P-Q3 8 P-B3 0-0 9 P-KR3 N-Nl 10 P-Q4 N1-Q2 11 QN-Q2 B-N2 12 B-B2 R-Kl 13 P-QN4 B-KB1 14 B-N2 P-QR4 15 B-Q3 Stronger than 15 P-R3 Q-Nl 16 QPxP QPxP 17 N-N3 PxP 18 BPxP P-B4 19 PxP NxBP 20 NxN BxN= Gufeld-Dely, Kecskemet 1968.15... P-B3 16 P-R3 N-N3 17 R-QB1 KPxP 18 NxP N/B3-Q2 19 N2-N3 N-K4! 20 N xRP RxN! 21 PxR N3-B5 22 R-B2 QxP 23 B-KB1 Also 23 B-QB1 deserved consideration e.g. 23 ... NxB 24 QxN P-Q4 25 R2-K2 P-QB4 26 N-N3 ± - Kotov in Informator 15. 23 . . . NxB 24 RxN QxBP 25 R-N3 Q-R4 26 Q-Nl Q-R2 27

*The eighth round took place on June 13. This game was postponed because of Tal being ill.

30 BxP! PxB 31 NxP Q-B4 32 NxP BxN 33 R3xB N-B3 34 Q-N3 B-B2 34 . . . R-K3 looks stronger, not fearing the spectral attack 35 R-N6 (with the threat 36 R6xB RxR 37 Q-N8+), since Black has 35 . . . K-Bl! 35 Q-N5! Q-B7 36 Q.-N1! QxQ, 37 RlxQ, B-Q3 38 P-QR4 RxP 39 R-Ql 39 P-R5 gave much better winning chances. 39 . • . N-Kl 40 P-R5 K-Bl Here the game was adjourned and White sealed the obvious 41 P-R6 (309)

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