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Lajos Portisch vs Viktor Korchnoi
OHRA-A (1986), Brussels BEL, rd 8, Dec-??
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto Variation. Lesser Simagin (Spassky) (E62)  ·  0-1

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Oct-05-15  Helios727: How does black proceed after 47. Ne1 Nxe1 48. Rxe1 ?
Oct-05-15
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  beatgiant: <Helios727> Looks easy after 47. Ne1 <Re3+> first, and then after trading knights, ...Ke5.
Oct-05-15  cunctatorg: For once Victor committed a sin; he played the KID (even against a White's fianchetto) as ... Black!! Almost unbelievable ... and furthermore he didn't lose on purpose, instead he did win!...
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  perfidious: It is indeed unusual to see Korchnoi playing Black in a KID, and it was a surprise to see that he essayed it against Portisch on other occasions during that time. It is possible he was avoiding Portisch's legendary opening preparation; moreover, Portisch was an opponent who always gave Viktor the Terrible difficulty.
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  stoy: In the 1960s somebody wrote a book "Viktor Korchnoi, Killer of the King's Indian".

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