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Svetozar Gligoric vs Heikki Westerinen
Venice (1971), Venice ITA, rd 11, Nov-??
Budapest Defense: Adler Variation (A52)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Apr-16-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  parisattack: Power play against the Budapest by Gligo! He did very well against the non-standard 1. d4 defences - Dutch, Budapest, Benoni...
Dec-04-10  Katu: After 13. .. Nd8 it seems like White raped the center.
Dec-04-10
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  parisattack: <Katu: After 13. .. Nd8 it seems like White raped the center.>

And that's just about where it gets tough for the amateur. You know black, with time, is going to get developed and organized. How to drive home the big space and development advantage before that happens?

Gligo does it textbook style here.

Dec-08-10  Katu: Exactly. I can't tell how many games I lost because I was totally won in the opening, but couldn't convert the advantage. So this game is a must-know for me. I learned a lot from it.
Dec-08-10
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  brankat: What a beautiful sight, if one is White, after <13...Nd8> :-)
Jul-27-13
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  GrahamClayton: 12...♕xd5 13. exd5 ♘a5 14. ♘d4 a6 (stopping 15.c4), but White has an advantage due to the central pawn structure.
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