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Peter Parr vs Walter Browne
Adelaide (1971), Adelaide (Australia)
Benko Gambit: Accepted. King Walk Variation (A59)  ·  0-1



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Mar-14-06  zev22407: 16)..R:b2 and black gets some edge in the end game and with his active king he wins.
Feb-20-12  optimal play: Yes, that good move of Browne's emanated from Parr's 13.♗g5? which seems rather pointless. After 32...♔d4 it's pretty much all over. White's Rook races back to attack the c-file pawn but that just leaves his own pawns to be gobbled up by the Black King, but no better is 33.♖xh6 because 33...♔d3 34.♔e1 c3 also wins for Black.
Feb-21-12  RookFile: As soon as white played 14. Bxf6, I said: "Next!"

All the move does is guarantee black is going to dominate the 32 black squares on the board.

Feb-21-12  King Death: This has all the earmarks of a first round mismatch from a big Swiss in those days. The idea with 13.Bg5xf6 is a move that no strong player would try and White paid in a hurry.
Mar-25-15  ScottElliott: 16..Rxb2 was not really a sacrifice but rather good tactics.

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