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Michael Adams vs Gilberto Milos
Buenos Aires Najdorf (1991), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 3, Apr-??
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Archangelsk Variation (C78)  ·  0-1


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  vonKrolock: Milos provides exemplary play against the variation 8.c4 - The tempest menacing White's castle after 24...f5! leads after 25.g3 Bc1!? to a precipitated 26.Rxc1?? - instead of this nervous reaction, the cool-blooded 26.Rc2 Bg5 27.f4! (a good alternative for passive defense here) could lead to something like: 27...exf4 28.h4! etc - further, after the pleasant echo 36...Bd1!, is time for Adams tilt his King, or: a)37.Rb2(a2) Bf3! and White can not defend the first line, or (b) R a vertical move, any 37...Rf2 completes the work
Jul-17-04  jerzy: It seems white is in trouble after 26. Rc2, f4 with the threat of f3 and Qxh3
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  vonKrolock: good point, <jerzy>: in fact the conception of the brilliant São Paulo's GM is surely based in this idea, as we can see in some variations: 26.Rc2 f4! (in the practice the coherent sequel to 25...Bc1!?) 27.Rfxc1 f3! 28.Qe1! and now: a)28...Bh3!? 29.Ne3! (the key defensive move - White return the piece.) 29...dxe3 30.fxe3 Bg2 31.Kf2 Qh2 32.Qg1 etc; b)28...Qxh3! <jerzy>'s move) 29.Qf1: b1) 29...Qh6 30.Qe1!. etc; b2) 29...Qh5! 30.Ne3! (again - not 30.Nxd6? Bh3!! 31.Nf7+ Rxf7 32.Bxf7 g6! and in spite of the Rook more White is helpless) 30...Rf6!? 31.Nf5!? whith a highly complex position (still under discussion) PS.: as a matter of fact, it seems for me now that 25.g3?! was already a nervous reaction, and that a play like in (b2) is somewhat labyrinthic for the real world...
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  vonKrolock: from Milos own notes: "25.g3? {25.exf5 and Black is better)" and "26...Bc1 27.Rc2 f4 27.f3 (forced) Be3 28.Nxe3 dxe3 29.g4 Qxh3 whith a decisive advantage" he also blames 18.h3, suggesting instead 18.a4 whith idea of b5, telling that his idea against this was "18...Bd7 19.Bc4 Qe8 whith idea of Kh8, f5 etc" and points out that "21.Nf3 f5" was better than 21.Nc4 etc
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