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Nedim Lalic vs Wolfgang Uhlmann
Sarajevo (1980), rd 13, Mar-??
Polish Opening: General (A00)  ·  0-1

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Feb-14-05  Poisonpawns: I think 2..Qd6!? is a very interesting way to play against 1.b4,all the lines seem to be forcing.Instead of 2.a3 which gives black the big center and easy game,2.b5 seems to be the only other move that doesn`t lose a pawn.i.e 3.b5 Qb4 4.Be5 Qxb5 5.Bxc7 Qc5 6.Be5 Nc6 and here black is better.Perhaps the crazy looking Nc3!? works for white trying to gain time on the exposed Queen.If that does`t work then I think this line puts the orangutan out of business.
Apr-08-05  Kangaroo: To < Poisonpawns >: You are right! The move 2. ... Qd6 looks promising.

Any pawn sacrifice from White may have its disadvantages in the future.

As to the center steadily occupied by Black, this is going to be more reliable than an extra pawn.

Nov-21-06  netlava: <Poisonpawns>
2. b5? Qb4!

White loses the pawn :-)

Nov-21-06
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  Phony Benoni: I've even seen the Polish Bird: <1.b4 d5 2.f4 Qd6>, winning a pawn.
Jan-01-07  Rubenus: For everyone who wants to know what to do against b4, see: http://www.jeremysilman.com/chess_b...
Aug-31-07  BalaKKa: About 3 weeks ago one of my opponents in a fide tournament played the polish against me. It was interesting for me. And i'm surprised. I had 2009 ELO, my opponen't had 2117.
1.b4 - d5
2.Bb2- a5
3.bxa5-c5(I think b5 was stronger for white)
4.e3 - Rxa5
5.d4 - c4 (d4 was bad, 'cause close the centrum and block the b2 bishop, the power of the polish) 6.Fc3 -Ra4
7.Qc1 -e6
8.Qb2 -Qc7
9.Bd2 -Nf6
10.Nc3-Ba3
11.Qb1-Ra6
12.Nb5-Qc6
13.Nxa3-Rxa3
14.Bb4-Ra4
15.c3 -Na6
16.a3 -Nxb4
17.axb4-Rxa1
18.Qxa1- 0-0
19.g3 - Bd7
20.Bg2-Qa4
21.Qxa4-Bxa4
22.Ne2-Ra8
23.0-0 -Bc2
24.Rc1 -Ra2
25.f3 - Bd3
26.Nf4- g5
27.Nh3 and was a draw
Feb-22-12  PeterLalic: The databases incorrectly attach this game to my father, GM Bogdan Lalic. This is a mistake, and in fact FM Nedim Lalic from Sarajevo played this game with White.

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