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Nicolas Rossolimo vs Hans Mueller
Dubrovnik Olympiad (1950), Dubrovnik YUG, rd 11, Sep-04
Pirc Defense: Austrian Attack. Weiss Variation (B09)  ·  1-0

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  tpstar: 1. e4 d6 2. d4 Nf6 3. Nc3 g6 4. f4 Bg7 5. Nf3 <The Austrian Attack against the Pirc Defense which scores great for White Opening Explorer > 0-0 6. Bd3 <6. e5 Nfd7 7. h4 c5 8. h5 Bronstein vs F Palmiotto, 1958 > Nbd7 7. 0-0 c5 <7 ... e5 8. fe de 9. d5 Matulovic vs Tringov, 1970 > 8. d5 a6 <8 ... Ne8 9. Ne2 e6 10. c4 R Belkadi vs R Cassidy, 1966 > 9. a4 <White hinders ... b5> <[last book move]<>> Qc7 10. Qe2 Nb6 11. Qe1 <Black threatened 11 ... c4 trapping the Bd3> c4 <Black gains space, yet this Pawn becomes weak> 12. Be2 Bg4 13. h3 Bxf3 14. Bxf3 Nfd7 <[14 ... Nbd7 15. Be3 ]<>> 15. a5 Nc8 16. h4 <[16. Be3 e6 ]<>> e6 17. h5 Ne7 18. hxg6 hxg6 19. dxe6 fxe6 <The Pawn trades create weaknesses on e6 & g6> 20. Bg4 Kf7!? <A risky way to guard e6> 21. Be3 Rfe8 <[21 ... Rh8 22. Qd2 ]<>> 22. Rd1 Nf6 23. Bh3 d5!? <Opening the center is strategically suspect given White's Two Bishops plus Black's exposed King> 24. e5 <[24. Bb6 Qc6 ]<>> Nd7 25. Nxd5! <White's combination wins a Pawn> Nxd5 26. Rxd5! exd5 27. e6+ Kg8 <27 ... Rxe6? 28. Bxe6+ Kxe6?? 29. Bb6+ wins the Queen> 28. exd7 d4 <28 ... Red8 29. Bb6> 29. dxe8=Q+ Rxe8 30. Qg3 <[30. f5 Bh6 31. Bxh6 Rxe1 32. Rxe1 gxf5 33. Re8+ Kh7 ]<>> Rxe3 <[30 ... dxe3!? 31. Qxg6 Qf7 32. Qxf7+ Kxf7 ]<>> 31. Qxg6 Qf7 32. Qg5 <White keeps Queens around while maintaining the pin on the Bg7> Kf8 33. Rd1 Bf6 34. Qc5+ <A key check> Kg8 35. c3 Re2 <Now the Pd4 is pinned> <[35 ... Rd3!? 36. Rxd3 cxd3 37. cxd4 d2 ]<>> 36. cxd4 Rxb2 37. d5 Qg7? <[37 ... Qh5 38. Re1 c3 ]<>> 38. Qxc4 Kh7 39. d6 <[39. Qe4+ Kh6 40. g4 ]<>> Qg3 40. Qf7+ Bg7 41. Bf5+ 1-0 <41 ... Kh8 42. Qe8+ mates; 41 ... Kh6 42. Qe6+ Kh5 43. Bg6+! Kh4 (43 ... Qxg6 44. Qh3#) 44. Qe7+ mates, or 43 ... Kh6 44. Bf7+ Kh7 45. Qf5+ mates>

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