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Salomon Flohr vs Alexey Suetin
USSR Championship (1950), Moscow URS, rd 17, Dec-11
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Positional Defense Closed Line (E94)  ·  1-0


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Feb-04-07  morphyvsfischer: Black deserves to be smacked by 13...e4?, since this is usually only good if there is a black pawn on c5, maintaining control of d4. White could even undermine Black with a g4 advance, although here he doesn't. 13...exf4 14 Bxf4 Ne4! gives black excellent piece play, since taking twice on e4 hangs b2. Black will continue with ...Qf6 and have sufficent play for the weakness on f5.

16...Qe7 should be played, as now 17 Bd4 can be met with 17...c6.

23...Ng7 does not lose a pawn, but Black is still bad.

24...b6 25 Ne3 Ne8 26 Ndxf5! Bxf5 27 Qd4+ Qf6 (or ...Ng7) 28 Nxf5 wins material to an even greater effect.

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