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Mir Sultan Khan vs Salomon Flohr
Prague ol (Men) (1931), Prague CSR, rd 6, Jul-15
King's Indian Defense: Larsen Variation (E90)  ·  1-0


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  al wazir: I think 26...Nf6, with the intention of playing Ne8 to defend the weak d pawn, would have been better for black.
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  Fusilli: <al wazir> By then white's positional advantage is overwhelming, though. There is a nice lecture on this game by GM Alterman on ICC (Alterman's Gambit Guide, Queenside Attack). He has nothing but praise for the way white conducted the queenside attack. 25.Nxd6! exchanging an apparently superior piece for an inferior one, actually shows serious positional understanding. Black's weak queenside pawns are doomed.
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