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Boris Gulko vs Nikola Padevsky
Olympiad (1978), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 7, Nov-01
Dutch Defense: Stonewall. Modern Variation (A90)  ·  0-1

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May-29-09  ungeneral: Some axioms that I always thought were inviolate are violated by black (don't double your pawns, keep your pawns on opposite colors to your bishop) and yet black comes out ahead. instructive game for me!
May-29-09  euripides: <ungeneral> yes it's a nice game. Black acceots some dark-square deakness in this variation and hence White plays to exchange the dark-squared bishop. White seems better until 30.a4 ? which drops a pawn to the trick with 32...Nc4. Then Black, with the passed a pawn, plays to create a distant passed pawn by 41...g5 and 43...f4+; after move 47 Black's two distant passed pawns are harder to contain than White's two united and blockaded ones.
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  manselton: Did this on Guess-the-Move. Did not have any idea what Black was trying to achieve from about move 11 to ~25. Have to agree White was better until 30.a4? Bishop ending was highly instructive too. Distant passed pawns beating connected passed pawns.
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