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Rafael Vaganian vs Alexander Beliavsky
50th USSR Championship (1983), Moscow URS, rd 10, Apr-16
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Dec-21-10  Everett: Some thoughts:
White can play Qe1 with black has a pawn on c6.

White seemed to be waiting with 14.a3, keeping black out of b4, yet when black castles long, 15.b4!? makes sense to open lines.

An interesting game of chicken around the c4 square until the clever 29.Ne4 breaks the blockade and opens diagonals to the black king. Even after 30..dxe4, eliminating white's powerful LSB, white has effectively blockaded black's K-side pawns and enjoys all the open files with his majors. Still, this may have been objectively safer.

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