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Artur Yusupov vs Viswanathan Anand
Linares 9th (1991), Linares ESP, rd 7, Mar-04
Indian Game: Yusupov-Rubinstein System (A46)  ·  0-1


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Jan-15-11  Salaskan: Anand makes defending against the Stonewall look quite easy, simply placing a knight on f8 and then kicking white out of e5 with f6, followed by a central takeover. Well-played.
Jun-24-11  grasser: It looks live Anand tried to repeat at move 27.
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  whiteshark: It's a pity that white didn't find the instantly winning move <30.h6!!>

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Jan-18-13  Everett: <Whiteshark> that is a nice find, thank you for that. My hunch was that your suggested move works because it vacates h5 for the Q, but one would need to see <30.h6 Bxh6 31.c4> followed by a knight hop to allow White to infiltrate.

I think <30.Qg4> might win as well, as even the solid defense <30..Rg8 31.Nh8!> seems to be big trouble for Black.

Jan-18-13  Everett: Yusupov vs T Markowski, 2001 Yusupov plays it differently yet gets another promising position.
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