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Sergio Carlos Giardelli vs Peter Jonathan Winston
Wch U20 (1974), Manila
English Opening: King's English. Four Knights Variation Fianchetto Lines (A29)  ·  0-1
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Sep-15-07  Maynard5: Another nice win by Peter Winston. White completely underestimates the power of Black's coming king side attack with 20. g4? Over the next six moves, Black is able to mobilize most of his pieces against White's king position, and with 31. ... Rh8, is also able to occupy the h-file. Interestingly enough, the attack doesn't lead to a forced mate, just the win of a pawn on the queenside. Still, if instead 20. Kh2, Black would respond 20. ... f5, with obvious advantage. Instead, White's mistake appears to have been the prosaic 19. Be3. White should have played 19. Bf4, to exchange Black's powerfully posted knight on e5.
Dec-25-16  cehertan: Not clear that black is better in the final position though.
Dec-25-16  BobbieM: I wonder what the biggest gap between comments is.
Dec-25-16  Cecco: Isn't 34.Rh3 (instead of 34.Rg1) winning?
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