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Walter Browne vs Ulf Andersson
Buenos Aires (Clarin) (1978), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 10, Nov-27
Queen's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Nimzowitsch Variation Nimzowitsch Attack (E15)  ·  0-1

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Jul-12-06
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  Mateo: You could find many Andersson's wins played with the same idea : invade with the heavy pieces the back rank. It would be funny to put them together.

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 b6 4.g3 Ba6 5.Qa4 Bb7 6.Bg2 c5 7.O-O cxd4 8.Nxd4 Bxg2 9.Kxg2 Be7 10.Nc3 O-O 11.Rd1 Qc7 12.Bf4 Qb7+ 13.f3 a6 14.e4 d6 15.Nde2 Rd8 16.Rd2 Nc6 17.Rad1 <Later (1985), Gavrikov tried 17.Qd1 against Sosonko, but it was a quick draw.> Ne8= 18.a3 Rdc8 19.h4 h6 20.h5 Na5 21.b3 Qc7?! <This allows Browne to open lines to White's advantage. 21...Nc6 should be better.> 22.e5! Rd8 <Andersson, faithful to his style, avoids the intricacies. 22...de 23.Rd7 Qb8 24.Re7 ef Nc6 gives White a small advantage.> 23.exd6 Bxd6 24.Ne4 <Interesting was 24.Rd6! Nd6 25.c5! bc (25...Qc5 26.b4) 26.Rd6! Rd6 27.Bd6 Qb6 28.Be5! Nc6 (28...Nb3? 29.Qg4), White has Bishop + Knight vs Rook + pawn.> Bxf4 25.Nxf4 Rxd2+ 26.Rxd2 Nc6 27.b4 Ne5 28.c5 Nf6! 29.cxb6?! <29.Qc2 looks better,supporting the passed pawn.> Qxb6 30.Nxf6+ gxf6 31.Qb3 Rc8 32.Re2?! <32.Ne2 impeding 32...Rc1 seems better. Browne should not allow the Rook to invade. Now Black's advantage increases.> Rc1 33.Qe3 <Impeding 33...Qg1.> Qc7 <Black threatens 33...Rc3 winning a pawn.> 34.Qd4 Rc3 <Or 34...Qc3 35.Qe3, and White is under pressure.> 35.Re3 Rc4 36.Qd1 Rc2+ 37.Kh3 <37.Re2? Rc3 wins a pawn.> Rc1 38.Qd2 Kg7 39.a4? <Weakening the queen side pawns even more. Now White is lost.> Qc4 40.Nd3 <40.Ne2 Rc2 41.Qe1 (41.Qd1 Nf3!) Nd3 wins.> Rc2 41.Qd1 Qa2 42.Qg1 Nxd3 43.Rxd3 Qxa4 44.Qb1 Rc4 45.Rb3 Qb5 46.g4 Rd4 47.Rb2 Qd5 48.Kg3 Rd3 49.Rf2 <49.Qf1 Qe5 50.Kh3 Rf3 .> Rb3 50.Qc1 <50.Qa1 Qd6 and 51...Rb4 .> Qd6+ 51.Kg2 Rxb4 0-1

May-05-13
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  Chessdreamer: Is the game score correct? Other sources 50.Qa1 Qd6+ 51.Kg2 Rxb4 52.g5 hxg5 53.h6+ Kg6 54.h7 Rh4 0-1.
Nov-12-13
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  Tabanus: <Chessdreamer> That's the end of the game also according to the tournament book. Correction slip sent.

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