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Jonathan F Parker vs Mark Hebden
British Championship (2006), Swansea WLS, rd 8, Aug-14
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack (E76)  ·  1-0


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Sep-08-06  noodle soup: Why 26.Qg3 instead of Bxf8?
Jul-21-07  Gerenense: I didn't check it out with the computer, but 26.Qg3 seems a far stronger move than the recover of the exchange for some positional reasons:

1. Activates the queen, supporting the d6 advance and pining the Bg7, helping to attack the black king.

2. Frees the Rf1 with extra threats related to the crowning of the passed "d" pawn like Rd1 and further d6-d7-d8 and Bc4.

3. White needn´t hurry to recover the exchange since moves like Re8 or Rf7 have to face d6 followed by Rd1 and Bc4 or even Bh5 after d6.

4. White´s bishop pair shows tremendously active and helpful to the attack!

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