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Oscar Panno vs Viktor Korchnoi
Palma de Mallorca (1972), Palma ESP, rd 5, Dec-02
King's Indian Attack: Yugoslav Variation (A07)  ·  1-0

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May-05-19  cunctatorg: A hard fought battle, a great battle indeed!
May-05-19
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  Fusilli: I was surprised to see 28.bxc5. On second thought, however, the black a-pawn is weak, the black bishop gets buried on b8, and the black rooks are shooting blanks on the d-file. Still, I am not sure what Panno's plan was going to be if Korchnoi hadn't blown up the position with 31...f5.

I was also puzzled by 31.Raa1. What's the idea? Did Panno really see everything coming and wanted to have the ability to take the knight on e1 on move 41 with that rook?

Feb-21-22  Fanques Fair: 43- Re8! , Qxc2 , 44- Rxf8+ , Kh7 , 45- Be4+ and ces´t finni.
Jun-16-22  jerseybob: <Fusilli: .....I was also puzzled by 31.Raa1. What's the idea? Did Panno really see everything coming and wanted to have the ability to take the knight on e1 on move 41 with that rook?> I think it was to strengthen the first rank. 30..Bb8 guards a7 and black is set to play the annoying Rd1.
Jun-17-22  jerseybob: <Fanques Fair: 43- Re8! , Qxc2 , 44- Rxf8+ , Kh7 , 45- Be4+ and ces´t finni.> Yes, but who exactly is finished? After 45.Be4+,Qxe4+! Back up a few moves. After 42..Rf8, white is a piece up(what Korchnoi probably suddenly realized), and there's no need for a flashy combo. Just 43.Qe2 looks good enough. I agree with <Fusilli> about 31..f5?! But kudos to Panno for finding the refutation.

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