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Bent Larsen vs Jens Enevoldsen
Copenhagen m (1953), rd 5
Gruenfeld Defense: Exchange Variation (D85)  ·  0-1
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Apr-29-11  jerseybob: Quite a game! Anyone who loves chess should play this baby over; it's a feast from start to finish. Early on, Larsen turns an English into a regular Grunfeld with 4.d4, perhaps hoping to make black uncomfortable. Was he ever wrong! Enevoldsen masterfully captures the Grunfeld spirit - pieces fighting a pawn center - with his knight play in moves 19-22, and then lures Larsen into a knight sac that might've worked against a lesser defense. But one tightrope move after another holds the fort for black (24..Qf5!; 26..Kh6!;30..Rh8!) Then Larsen finally cracks with 45.f3?, allowing the killer e-pawn to pass through.
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  OhioChessFan: White threw away a winning position on his 27th and 28th moves. Fritz's evals go from about 4.0 to -.80 in 2 moves.

27. Rf3 or 27. f7 both appear to be winning, evals about 4.0 and far better than the inexplicable Qh2+.

27. Qh2+ Kxg6 28. Rh3 and White still has a chance of winning, eval about 2.20.

May-04-11  jerseybob: You're right, 27.f7 is a toughie. What's Fritz say about 25..exf6?
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