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Artashes Minasian vs Alexey Shirov
Montecatini Terme (2000)  ·  King's Indian Attack: Keres Variation (A07)  ·  1-0
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Nov-27-05  Brown: I'm guessing that after 21...Bxa3 22.bxa3 white has the advantage - central space, two bishops, two pawns and harmonious pieces for the loss of the exchange.

Jan-18-06  foolishmovesss: <brown> I think your right. Another feature is the passed pawn. I think it is a real strength here. Protected, and supported by bishops, this pawn will be impossible to blockade. I see that pawn costing black a full piece later down the road. It can create alot of threats. My 2 cents of course.

--Foolish

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