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Lev Polugaevsky vs Hans Ree
Amsterdam IBM (1981), Amsterdam NED, rd 11, May-29
Bogo-Indian Defense: Nimzowitsch Variation (E11)  ·  0-1

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Feb-11-07  Articcircle: 70.Ka2?? was a decisive error by Polu. After 70.Ka2?? the black king advances while the white rook remains chained to the a-file.

He should have followed the waiting policy: 70.Ra6! Rd7 71.Ra8 Rd1 72.Ka2 Kc2 73.Rh8 c3 74.Rh2+ with a draw.

Sep-07-12  vinidivici: <articcircle> thanks for the blunt quotations from endgame manual by dvoretsky.

great book great author.

Sep-07-12  vinidivici: Anyway better 66.Rh8...with 2 possibilities of side and back check.

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