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Fred Dewhirst Yates vs Max Euwe
Hastings (1930/31), Hastings ENG, rd 3, Dec-31
Caro-Kann Defense: General (B10)  ·  0-1
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Aug-14-07  Maynard5: Black is able to create a surprisingly powerful attack out of a seemingly quiet position. This variation in the Caro-Kann appears to transpose into a position similar to the Queen's Gambit Declined. If Black had castled kingside, the result would probably have been a thematic minority attack by White on the other wing. Instead, Black castles queenside, and then locks in White's pieces with the blockading 15. ... Nc4, 16. ... Ne4 and 17. ... f5. After this, Black is able to open lines on the kingside and deploy his rooks on the g-file. Black's advantage is decisive, even before White's tactical mistake, which loses a piece.
Apr-03-10  aktajha: I like the little positional combination of moves 19-23 by black. Nice way to get the white squared bishop back into the game at the very active central position.

Later on this made black exchange his 'good' knight against the bishop leaving a clear attacking advantage to black

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