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Vitaly Tseshkovsky vs Vlastimil Hort
Manila Interzonal (1976), Manila PHI, rd 12, Jun-28
Alekhine Defense: Modern Variation. Main Line (B05)  ·  1-0

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Dec-03-18  siggemannen: Tseshkovsky totally bullies Hort throughout the whole game
Jul-27-19  Ulhumbrus: <siggemannen: Tseshkovsky totally bullies Hort throughout the whole game> One example of a possible answer is that when one thing goes wrong in the opening the rest of the opening and the rest of the game go wrong as well. For example, it may be that when Hort plays 11...Ne7 the idea is to play ...Nf5 and in some way the plan goes wrong.
Jul-27-19  wtpy: 26 Qd6 looks much stronger. 26 ..Qb6 seems forced in reply and after 27 Qg3, you have a lioness among the kingside lambs rather than a jackal. Hort's position after 31 Rg7 Ke7 32 Bb4+ Ke8 is not pleasant but is probably defensible.
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