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Alexander Beliavsky vs Vladimir Borisovich Tukmakov
Vilnius Zonal (1975), Vilnius LTU, rd 8, Aug-??
Gruenfeld Defense: Exchange. Classical Variation (D86)  ·  0-1
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Aug-28-13  csmath: Beliavsky, a man with a plan.
But exchanging bishop for the knight on the rim does not look like a very good plan. In that regard 14. Bd2 looks suspcet because once black [Tukmakov understands position well] moves queen to make c8 square available to rook on f8 then Bb4 is not effective.

20. Bxa5?!

21. R1c5?!

and now black easily defends the pawn with 22. Bf6 while activating his powerful bishop pair.

23. ...Ba6!? [Tukmakov immediately gives bishop pair for threats on the first rank.]

27. g3? is an error leading to a difficult rooks ending [natural but wrong move order: 27. d5 Bd4! 28. g3 Rd2 29. dxe6 fxe6, 30. Kh1! leads to a draw.]

The ending that follows played by Tukmakov is excellent.

35. Kf3? [probably decisive error but the game is already difficult to handle. It is difficult though understandable decision, Beliavsky gives a pawn for activation of king hoping that he can handle kingside black pawns. It was not to be.]

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