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Arthur Bisguier vs Ljubomir Ljubojevic
Malaga (1971), Malaga ESP, rd 14, Feb-??
Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz Variation (A51)  ·  1-0


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  InspiredByMorphy: Black could have played 16.Qxb4 an example of a following line might be 17.Bd2 Qe7 18.Ra1 (threatening Ba3 pinning the queen) Nd8 19.Ba3 c5 ( soon to be reinforced by b6) and now black has enough pressure to win whites f7 pawn, putting black up a pawn.
Apr-30-04  Benjamin Lau: IBM: for the fourth time, put a "..." to indicate black is moving. Second, 18. Ra1 does not threaten Ba3 because Bd2 has already been played, so Ba3 is now impossible.

After 16...Qxb4?!, I prefer 17. Bd2 Qe7 (17...Qb6 may be somewhat better) 18. Ng5 and white has a devastating attack with the two bishops and retains his pawn.

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  Chessical: After 16...Qxb4? 17.Ng5 CRUNCH!
Apr-30-04  Benjamin Lau: <CRUNCH!>

Lol, feeling festive today Chessical? Your immediate 17. Ng5 is a bit better than my refutation since it does not give time for black to reorganize his pieces.

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  InspiredByMorphy: <After 16...Qxb4? 17.Ng5 CRUNCH!> Your correct. Whites position is too strong by the 16th move. I did find a stronger plan of action black could have taken earlier in the game however. Black wins two pawns. 6. ... Bf5 7. Nc3 Nxf2 8. Qxf5 g6 9. Qc2 Nxh1 10. g3 Nxg3 11. hxg3 dxe5
May-01-04  Benjamin Lau: Not quite. You missed e6!. Reshevsky vs Bisguier, 1955
May-01-04  Benjamin Lau: Black is slightly up in material, but white's strong minor piece attack proves in practice to make up for it as in that game.
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  InspiredByMorphy: <Benjamin Lau> 6. e5! is an improvement, however, two minor pieces against a rook should only be debated in a case where the position is relative. For example in the endgame different factors and positions, will affect which is more effective. In such an early stage of the middlegame, it is very hard to know. For my opinion on where black could have improved in the game you provided, see my notes ... Reshevsky vs Bisguier, 1955
May-01-04  Benjamin Lau: IBM: it is true that whether having two minor pieces or a rook is better is relative to the position; however in most cases, whether it be the middlegame or the endgame, the two minor pieces tend to be better, especially if one or both are bishops.
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