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Robert Eugene Byrne vs Boris Spassky
Bugojno (1978), Bugojno YUG, rd 4, Mar-01
Sicilian Defense: Scheveningen Variation. Keres Attack (B81)  ·  0-1

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Sep-21-08
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  GrahamClayton: A classic example of the King's power as a blockading piece, using the white h-pawn as a defensive shield to nullify White's attack down the h-file.

Source, Edmar Mednis "King Power in Chess", McKay Publishing, 1982

Sep-21-08  mcgee: I feel like I have seen or played too many of these positions where moves like 16 f6 just seem to do the attacker no favours. White needs to keep the position fluid and double-edged & something like 16 fxg6 makes more sense to my eyes..
Jul-11-09  Ulhumbrus: Byrne made no attempt to advance his h pawn to h5 in this game, or perhaps he decided to use the time which could be spent on that purpose in other ways. Instead of 13 Qh4, 13 Qe2 keeps the h pawn free to advance to h5.
Aug-04-11
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  perfidious: The plan with 10.Rg3 looks artificial, but Byrne's idea may have been improved upon in the following game: Tringov vs S Cvetkovic, 1990, where Black gets blasted off the board without trace.
Apr-20-19  edubueno: 42.Bd2 a3 43.Ka1 Rb8 44.Rb1 a2 45.Rb2 Ba3 46.Bc1 Qc5 47.Qd2 Bxb2+ 48.Qxb2 Qb5 49.h3 Qf1 50.h4 Qxf6 51.h5 gxh5 52.c4 Qxb2+ 53.Bxb2 Re8 54.Bc3 h4 55.cxd5 h3

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