Qlw

34 Wdl transposes to the previous note White's choice vacates e4( thus assisting the king on its journey to the queenside

35 ttxf3 Bxf3

Black can draw after 42 «¿■bb? £>d5+ 43 <£>xb7 £ixb4 44 a6 £ixa6 45 &xa6 '¿"e? because White's king is too far away from his pawns

White finds the correct continuation, heading for the b-pawn while simultaneously cutting off Black's king

Pe t roslan-Don ne r

Santa Monica 1966

1 £)f3 d5 2 g3 g6 3 Ag2 Ag7 4 0-0 e5 5 d3 <£e7 (D)

i i 41Ai

mmmm

6 ftbd2 0-0

White can profit from this ambitious claim to the centre, so better is 7 dxe4, or maintaining the tension with 7 £)bc6 (7 c6 transposes to the Caro-Kann Defence) Instead Botvinnik-Pachman, Leipzig Olympiad 1960, went 7 d4 8 a4 f6 9 5ih4 Ae6 10 f4 £)d7 II (5 kfl 12 frg6 hxg6 13 J.h3 with a clear advantage to White

Rather than play the normal 9 <5}c4 5)c6 White punishes his opponent's move order by attacking the c-pawn

9 b6 is not possible as it opens the long hl-a8 diagonal, which Black sets about clearing

10 Sel Hb8

Black's intended 12 b6 loses to

13^c6

White is better after 13 b6 14

0 0

Post a comment