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Evgeny Postny vs Dan Zoler
European Individual Championship (2013), Legnica POL, rd 2, May-06
Budapest Defense: Adler Variation (A52)  ·  1-0
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Jul-09-13  notyetagm: E Postny vs D Zoler, 2013

Game Collection: INTERFERENCE: CLOSING LINE OF LIFE-GIVING FORCE 24 Nh5-f6+!

Mar-14-19  builttospill: I am a big fan of this game. The position after 18... Bc5 is used as an example in the book "Improve your chess pattern recognition" by IM Arthur van de Oudeweetering.

Na5 is a beautiful move that sets the tone for the rest of the game. Obviously black is not interested in pushing g6 and weakening those dark squares any more, and the rook is overworked defending g7 from the combination of the knight on a5 and the bishop on b2, allowing e4 to come with strong effect.

Until now I hadn't seen the rest of the game. Nf6+ is the beginning of an impressive combination. But of course the move wouldn't have been possible without the plan starting with Na5

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