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Hector Decio Rossetto vs Viktor Korchnoi
Buenos Aires (1960), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 6, Jun-30
Queen Pawn Game: Colle System. Gruenfeld Formation (A48)  ·  1-0

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Mar-29-14  Bartacus: Energetic play by White...the final move is pretty. If ..hg4 69 Qf2+ Kh1 70 Qh4+ Kg1 71 Qxg4+ winning the rook.
Jul-03-14
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  zydeco: Good game by Rossetto! It's hard making Korchnoi look bad like this. 35.Bb4! starting an attack; 38.Re7+! winning an exchange or a piece.

Probably it's Korchnoi's pawn-grabbing habit that gets him in trouble. There isn't an obvious alternative to 22.....f5 but 29.....Bxh4 seems really dangerous (instead 29....Be7 sets up a blockade and keeps the white rook off d6).

23....Qb6 might have been worth a try. If 24.Rd7 Re7.

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