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F5 16 'iWd2 h6 1 7 l:ifd l 'iWe6 Rukavina-Lputian, Belgrade GMA 1 988. • ••• 10 i,b2 l:ieS 1O . . xf3 ? 1 1 i,xf3 tiJxd4 ( l l . cxd4 1 2 tiJb5 ± ) 1 2 i,g2 � intending 1 3 e 3 and 1 4 tiJxd5 . 1 0 . . cxd4 ! 1 1 tiJb5 tiJe4 1 2 tiJbxd4 i,f6 1 3 'iWd3 ? tiJb4 + Kiselev-Magomedov, Chelia­ binsk 1 99 1 . xc5 1 2 l:ic l a6 13 tiJxd5 ( 1 3 h3 i,h5 1 4 tiJxd5 i,xf2+ 1 5 l:ixf2 tiJxd5 1 6 tiJe5 tiJxe5 17 'iWxd5 'iWg5 18 g4 i,g6 19 �cfl J::!. a d8 20 'iVxb7 h5 with compensation, Inkiov-Peturs­ son, Lucerne OL 1 982) 1 3 .

Now White must face the problem of the lack in development. e3 liJh7 12 'li'd2 hS 13 liJgS! (D) 44 THE ULTIMA TE CHESS STRATEGY BOOK: VOLUME 1 White wants to prevent the break . . fS at any cost. If 1 3 a3, then 1 3 . . fS 14 exfS gxfS , and in case of 1 3 4Je l [S 14 exfS gxfS IS f4 '/We8 ( I S .. ':t'lhf6 1 6 fxeS tiJxeS 17 ctJf3 ) 16 [xe5 tiJxeS 17 tiJf3 b6 Black will follow with the standard manoeu vre . . Ma7 and the later transfer of the rook to the kingside, with counterplay. You should now choose the plan with the best prospects of getting the advantage.

Xf4 20 'il'xf4 lLla6 � Andersson­ Petursson, Reykjavik 1988. 8 . . ¥I.. x e4 fxe4 10 lLld2 d5 I I 'i'h5+ g6 1 2 'il'g4 intending f3 with an attack. xe4 dxe4 10 lLld2 f5 11 f3! xg3 =. 14 0-0 (D) ••• W Theoretically speaking, Black did a good job in the opening; his dark-squared bishop solves his structural problems. As a result, e6 is weak and with his last move White is trying to clear the way in order to use the weaknesses along the a8-h I diagonal. If I I 0-0, then I I . . 0-0 (or 1 1 . c5) 12 f3 c5 !

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