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Mikhail M Yudovich Sr. vs Eric Alfons Arnlind
corr 7074 (1974), Germany
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Misc. Lines (E98)  ·  0-1


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Mar-14-09  sfm: In world class corr. chess it is not always easy to see why a player resigns by just looking at the position.

It doesn't look good for white, but...

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  Chessdreamer: It should read 43.Kd2, not 43.Qd2. 46...Qe3 wins a piece.
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  whiteshark: Back in the 1980 I read a small annotated game in a chess column of a tabloid pressmagazine, that is still kind of vivid in my memory:

Because of that Eric Alfons Arnlind is a name I always connect with this game and his desperate 14 days of hard research for a move after <25.Nc4>,

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a position he would almost had resigned at that time.

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  lost in space:

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after 29...Bxf5.

How to win this with Black after 30. Nxf4 Nxe2+ 31. Nxe2

Looks good for white.

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