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Artur Yusupov vs Dimitri Borisovich Gurevich
HB Global Chess Challenge (2005), Minneapolis, MN USA, rd 8, May-22
Indian Game: Yusupov-Rubinstein System (A46)  ·  1-0
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May-26-05
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  perfidious: While 14.Ba6 is by no means an original idea in this type of position, it lends a twist to a normal IQP tabiya.

For another example of Tal's genius, see a game where he plays ....Bh3 vs Gedeon Barcza with the same sort of undermining idea.

Feb-27-09  KERESOV: A typical Yusupov game ... the switch from the quite Colle System to 6. c4 Queen's Gambit Declined with the standard Isolated Queen Pawn Position is a trademark of GM Artur Yusupov. The timely move 14. Ba6 sealed Black's fate and I believe Gurevich's response 14...h6 only hastens the game too soon.
Aug-02-13
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  whiteshark: <12...Ne4!> seems to keep the balance.
Nov-03-15
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  GrahamClayton: Gurevich obviously thought that 13...♘c6 was a sensible and logical move, challenging the White knight on e5 and putting more pressure on d4. Unfortunately it creates a position where it is refuted by 14. ♗a6!.
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