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Viswanathan Anand vs Vassily Ivanchuk
Linares (2009), Linares ESP, rd 12, Mar-05
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. l'Hermet Variation Berlin Wall Defense (C67)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Mar-05-09  Ulhumbrus: White has two assets: Black's doubled pawns and White's advantage in development. If White is unable to make use of his King side pawm majority and Black can undouble his pawns, White may be advised to try to make use of his other asset, his lead in development, and in order to profit from that, to play to open lines as in the game Kasparov vs Kramnik, 2001
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  whiteshark: According to chessok.com <13.g4> is a novelty.

They refer to <13. a3 Bxc3 14. Bxc3 c5 15. Rad1 a5 16. g4 Ne7 17. Kh2 Nc6 18. Ng5 h6 19. Ne4 h5 20. Kg3 Rd8 21. f4 ... 1-0>,
Perez Rodney (CUB) 2478 - Narciso Dublan Marc (ESP) 2447, Habana (Cuba) 1999.

Nov-23-09  pablo333: Why do grandmasters contesting the white side of C67 continue to play 5 d4? Surely 5 Re1 is stronger!?
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