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Andras Adorjan vs Mikhail A Mukhin
CSR-ch International (1973), Luhacovice CSR, rd 14, May-24
Spanish Game: Exchange. Gligoric Variation (C69)  ·  1-0


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Jul-15-07  engmaster: 13) Bg5, Black has an outpost on f4. His only significant weakness is the e pawn. White activates his bishop and immobalises the black Kt.

14) Na5, better than exchanging for the bad bishop and un doubling the black c7 pawn.

15) C4 fixes the black pawn C5, keeping the black bishop bad and re inforcing the weakness of the C5 pawn which could become a target.

15)..., Rdf8 un pins the rook and gets ready to generate counterplay along the f file.

17) a4 Whit seeks control over c4

17) ..., bxa4 black has little choice, now the white rooks are unleashed.

19) Rxa4 Due to black having to defend weaknesses, his pieces are poorly placed. The two rooks are split off from the king. And the Kt defends the bad bishop on D6.

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