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Florin Gheorghiu vs Vlastimil Jansa
Warsaw zt pr A (1979), Warsaw POL, rd 4, Jan-??
Neo-Grünfeld Defense: Goglidze Attack (D70)  ·  1-0

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Apr-02-05  Knight13: This opening gives white the total control of the center.
Apr-02-05  MUG: <Knight13> But isn't that the point of the Grunfeld? To let White set up a pawn centre and then attack it?

Of the Neo-Grunfeld, BCO2 says:
<This line offers White prospects of a slight edge, but the player who is content to fight back quietly against the White centre will probably also find these positions to his liking>

Jansa fought back a little TOO quietly I think!

Oct-29-20
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  Jonathan Sarfati: Murray Chandler annotated this game in one of his weekly columns in The Listener, Wellington, 20 Jun 1979, as a good example of Gheorghiu's strengths. 11. ♕d3 was a simple but strong novelty. 20.h3 showed how good he was at releasing tension. Black lost on time, but White was easily winning, e.g. 39.♖xc4 +10 according to Stockfish. https://newzealandchess.co.nz/histo...

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