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Albin Planinc vs Anatoly S Lutikov
YUG-URS (1969), Skopje
Nimzowitsch Defense: Kennedy Variation. Paulsen Attack (B00)  ·  0-1


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Dec-08-04  Resignation Trap: Planinc tried a speculative exchange sacrifice with 11. 0-0-0, and gains a very promising initiative. But he later loses the thread of his game, and loses what someone described as "an unfinished symphony."
Dec-08-04  drukenknight: I dunno, I think Lutikov has this game under control. WHere do you suggest improving?
Dec-08-04  Milo: The light squared bishop just never gets into the fight. Maybe 20.b4 or 20.Bb4 ?
Dec-09-04  drukenknight: 20 e5 looks okay. what if 22. Qh6+ Ke8
23. Nxg6 fxg6 24. Bxg6+ Kd7 then what? Its still not very clear.
Aug-11-05  Runemaster: I agree more with <druken> on this one. Lutikov's position looked ugly at times, but I thought he defended coolly. Gradually, he straightens out his game, giving back one of the exchanges and finding safety for his king, and White doesn't really have much. So, I'd put this down to a good defensive effort by Lutikov.
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