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Ulf Andersson vs Wolfgang Uhlmann
Skopje Olympiad Final-A (1972), Skopje YUG, rd 9, Oct-05
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. King's Indian Formation (A15)  ·  0-1



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  samvega: Cool Q for 3-pieces "sac".

14.Nxd4 Bxe5 15.Qf3 Bxd4 16.hxg4 Bxc3 would be murderous

Mar-24-11  Nilsson: Ulf should have played 14. Nxd4 Bxe5
15.f4 and I think White will have a small advantage.The game is in Inf.14/33 but I don┤t have that one. /JN
Mar-24-11  SimonWebbsTiger: @nilsson

just looked up the game in Informator 14. The following notes were given by Uhlmann, after 14. Ne5 Be5:

a) 15. Bf4 Bf4 16. Qf4 e5 17. Qd2 ed4 18. hg4 dc3 19. Qc3 Ba4 advantage black;

b) 15. f4! (Uhlmann's exclam) Bd4 16. hg4 Bc3 17. bc3 Bg4 18. Kc2 Qd7 advantage black.

Mar-29-11  Nilsson: SimonWebbsTiger: Thank you for this information. ( The reason I digged this game up, is that I am playing a CC-game in OLY 19 where I got the answer 6.Qd4 against me. However after 6...Nf6 my opponnent selected 7.Qc4 instead of 7.Qh4.)I do not agree with Uhlmann, I still think white is a little bit better. variation b) (17.Qxc3)17...Bxg4 18.Ke1 Qd1+ 19.Kf2 0-0-0 20.b4 and I prefere the white position. (Even if it often is difficult to value a piece against 3 pawns. I wish that Ulf would comment this game on this site, but that is just a dream! /JN

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