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Viktor Korchnoi vs Anatoly S Lutikov
USSR Championship (1959), Tbilisi URS, rd 17, Feb-07
Benoni Defense: Classical Variation. Main line (A73)  ·  1-0
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Jul-06-11
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  perfidious: This game is similar to the following famous trap (Uhlmann vs Fischer, 1970), with a small, but decisive difference: Black neglected to interpolate ....a6, forcing a4.

This allowed Korchnoi to play 13.Bb5, a move impossible in the later game.

Nov-15-14  HSOL: What's the finish after fxe4? Qb2 combining threats along the diagonal with threat on b7 winning the rook making the black queen overworked?
Nov-15-14  Nerwal: <What's the finish after fxe4? Qb2 combining threats along the diagonal with threat on b7 winning the rook making the black queen overworked?>

Yes, 21. ♕b2 is immediately decisive. 21. ♕b5 ♕c6▢ 22. ♕b2 ♕d7▢ 23. ♘xe4 also wins, but why bother.

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