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Luis Augusto Sanchez vs Efim Geller
Stockholm Interzonal (1952), Stockholm SWE, rd 12, Oct-03
King's Indian Defense: Exchange Variation (E92)  ·  0-1

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Feb-21-08  jon01: This game shows that black doesn't have to be afraid of 7. dxe5 in King's Indian.
Mar-27-08  InspiredByMorphy: Is 10.Nxf7 a playable variation?
Sep-29-08  refutor: <<inspiredbymorphy>is 10.Nxf7 a playable variation?>

no, because of 10. ...Bxc3+ 11.bxc3 Kxf7 and Black is up a whole piece

Oct-30-14  tranquilsimplicity: I was always afraid of this variation (dxe5) whilst playing the King's Indian Defence, and would therefore play an early ..Nd7 or ..Nc6 before pushing ..e5. However, I knew very well that it actually favours Black and thus all King's Indian Defence expert GMs Bronstein, Fischer, Kasparov, Geller seemed to win very easily against it. But I did not know how to reply. When I analysed with Fritz 12, the variation favoured Black but the practitioner has to memorise the lines. It is one of those variations where memorisation is key.#

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