Pk Pk Nkb Nqb Bn Pqr Br Nb

B-K2 6 R-Kl P-QN4 7 B-N3 P-Q3 8 P-B3 0-0 9 P-KR3 N-Nl 10 P-Q3 QN-Q2 11 QN-Q2 N-B4 12 N-Bl An unusual move-order. 12 B-B2, and if 12 . . . B-N2 13 P-Q4!, is more usual. 12 . . . R-Kl 13 N-N3 B-N2 14 B-B2 B-KB1 15 P-N4 N4-Q2 16 P-Q4± P-N3 At San Antonio Gligorid had played 16 .. . P-R3, the move also favoured by Spassky (game 2602). 17 P-QR4 B-N2 18 B-Q3 P-B3 19 B-N5 P-R3 20 B-K3 Q-B2 21 R-QBl QR-Q1 22 Q-Q2 K-R2 23 Q-R2 R-K2 24 P-B4 KPxP 25 BxQP N-K4 26 B-K2 NxBP 27 B2xN PxB 28 QxP Rl-Kl 29 P-K5 N-Q4 30 PxP RxR+ 31 NxR QxP 32 BxB KxB 33 N-Q3 N-N3 34 Q-B3+ Q-B3 35 Q-B2 N-Q2 36 P-R5 P-B4 37 PxP R-QBl 38 Q-N3 B-B3 39 N-N4 R-QN1 40 Q-R3 N-K4 41 R-Ql (287) 41 N xB was better

41 . . . BxP 42 KxB RxN 43 QxR Q-B6+ 44K-N1 QxR+ 45 N-Bl N-B6+ 46 K-N2 N-K8+ 47 K-Nl N-B6+ 48 K-N2 N-K8+ 49 K-Nl i-i

2507 Vladimir Antoshin -AK:

R7: 20 February:

Queen's Indian

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