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Svetozar Gligoric vs Miguel A Quinteros
Novi Sad (1982), Novi Sad YUG, Oct-??
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Misc. Lines (E98)  ·  0-1
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Feb-12-13  Garech: A very unorthodox KID - but well played by Quinteros; I definitely picked up a tip or two!

-Garech

Feb-12-13
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  Fusilli: Not so unusual, <Garech>. I think it is, or used to be, a widely played line. White can play g4 after Black's f4. I have played g4 with white successfully. If you freeze the king's side, white gets the upper hand. And if Black takes the pawn en-passant, white can keep the kingside safe with reasonable play.
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  perfidious: This variation was indeed common in those days, as White players had long sought alternatives to allowing the kingside avalanche with 10.Be3 f5 11.f3 f4, of which the most famous example was Taimanov vs Najdorf, 1953.
Feb-14-13  Garech: Yeah, sure thing - I really meant later in the middlegame, from around 25...Bf6 it seems the standard motifs and ideas are out the window, beyond black attacking on the kingside. White has nothing, depsite black's weakening moves on the kingside.

-Garech

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