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David Bronstein vs Wolfgang Uhlmann
Keres Memorial (1977), Tallinn, rd 3, Feb-23
French Defense: Winawer. Poisoned Pawn Variation Main Line (C18)  ·  0-1

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Feb-10-07  notyetagm: This kind of position is -precisely- what White is trying to avoid when playing the Winawer Poison Pawn: a raging Black attack against his king stranded in the center.

Position after 27 ... ♕g8:


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Dec-19-14  Conrad93: 14. h4 is premature. White should at least play 14. Rb1 or 14. Be3 first.
Dec-19-14  parisattack: Analyzed by Uhlmann in Winning with the French (a translation of his Ein Leben lang Franzosisch Franzosische Verteidigung - richtig gespielt).

14. Nc3, Nf5; 15, Nb5, Qb8 planning ...Rg3 and the Ne5 sac is still in the air.

Certainly one of the 'must-have' books for the French practitioner.

Nov-10-17  mikealando: Resign before mere mortals can spot the checkmate.
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