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Not 20 Wxdl? 21 Wxc7 Wxc2 22 Axg7 Axf5 23 2xf5 with a won game for White

21 2xd8 2axd8

22 Sxf4 2dl+

23 Sfl 2ed8

24 Ac3

Preventing an invasion on d2

25 &t2 Axf5

26 exf5 and White's bishops are stronger than a rook

The plan of developing the king's bishop on d6 and the knight on e7 is designed to keep out of harm's way, enabling Black to attack on the queenside

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Yugoslax Ch 1990

1 &f3 dS 2 g3 Ag4 3 Ag2 c6 4 0-0 £)d7 5 d3 e6 6 £lbd2 Ad6 7 Wei

White does not have to move his queen away from the dl-h5 diagonal although he must subsequently be prepared to meet ¿¿d7-e5 at some point, when Black intends to exchange a couple of minor pieces The game Damljanovic-lCosic,

Yugoslav Ch 1990, proceeded in this manner White played 7 e4

8 h3 Ah5 9 £sb3'"> After 9 £ie5 10 We2 Axf3 11 Axf3 £ixf3+ 12 Wxf3 0-0 13 ig2 dxe4 14 dxe4 e5 15Bdl Wc7 16 Ae3 2ad8 !7We2

£>c8 18 a4 Ae7 19 a5 White had a slight edge

The double fianchetto is also possible — 7 b3 £ie7 8 Ab2 0-0 9 h3 Ah5 10 e4 (D)

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