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Vladimir Alatortsev vs Grigory Levenfish
URS-ch10 (1937), Tbilisi GEO, rd 6, Apr-20
Catalan Opening: General (E00)  ·  0-1
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May-09-10  TheChessVids: An excellent game demonstrating the principles of good and bad bishops. It is analysed in the excellent book "Chess Strategy for the Tournament Player" by GM Lev Alburt and GM Sam Palatnik.
Aug-24-12  LIFE Master AJ: The position after Black's 28th move (...h7-h6); you could say that White has a slightly bad Bishop:


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White's next move is 29.h3? ('??')

Students should study this game, Black's play is a perfect (textbook) example of how to exploit these kinds of positions.

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