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Maxwell Fuller vs Roman Dzindzichashvili
Haifa Olympiad (1976), Haifa ISR, rd 2, Oct-26
Queen's Indian Defense: Classical. Traditional Variation (E17)  ·  0-1

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Jun-02-12  backrank: White sacrificed a pawn in the opening (by Qc2), but he appears to never having got any compensation ... finally he thought he would regain his pawn by 20. Bxe4, only to realize after the reply Nf6 that after 21. Bf3 c5! 22. Rd3 d4! his Bc3 would be trapped. So he had no choice: he gave the exchange for a pawn, maybe hoping for the hasty 24. ... Rxe2? 25. Rd7, but Dzindzi proved that White had no chance in this endgame after the correct move 24. ... Rad8! Black's endgame play is very instructive here; the white central passed pawn turns out to be quite worthless, while Black's majority on the Q-side decides (35. Bb2 Rc8).

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