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John van der Wiel vs Garry Kasparov
Moscow Interzonal (1982), Moscow URS, rd 11, Sep-21
Trompowsky Attack: General (A45)  ·  0-1

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Apr-18-04  Bobsterman3000: Can anyone explain the rationale behind 4...Qb6 and why Van Der Wiel replied with 5Bc1? That move for black seems a little strange to me, considering that Kasparov's minor pieces were very undeveloped at that time.

I can't figure it out, and I can't find any annotation on this game...

Apr-18-04  Benjamin Lau: Qb3 / Qb6 are common moves that take aim at the b square once the queen bishops have moved. The point is to force either a weakness (i.e. b3) or gain a tempo (i.e. Van der Wiel plays 5. Bc1 because plays 5. b3?! weakens the dark squares too much on the queenside)
May-03-04  bumpmobile: <Bobsterman3000> I was wondering the same thing. Benjamin Lau is right. In this database white has a better percentage in that line with +12 -5 =10. Isn't this website great!
Sep-07-04  notyetagm: Gee, what an <atrocious> game for a 2520-rated player. I could have played this badly myself and I am nowhere near 2500-level strength. I really liked the simple move 19 ... c4!, preparing to create an <octopus knight> with 20 ... Nd3+. A knight that strong virtually wins the game all by itself.
Apr-08-08  Whitehat1963: What happens after 23. Nh6+ Kf8 (or Kh8) 24. Nf4?
Oct-08-09  mertangili: <whitehat1963> i think after your line; 24...Qg5 25. Nxd3 cxd3 and the knight on h6 is lost
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  whiteshark: Game analysed by <kingscrusher>: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDWJ...

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