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Thomas Ernst vs Jan-Olov Lind
SWE-ch (1990), Gothenburg SWE
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Bronstein Defense (E87)  ·  0-1

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Aug-26-10  corbinamman: The queen sac flashy but it has precedent. What seems really gutsy to me here is the sequence from 27...c6 to 32...Nxc4. Material exchanged is even, (a bishop and 2 pawns for a rook), but black allows white to create 2 connected passed pawns in the process! The pawn threat is quickly subdued (by move 36), but that is a lot to see OTB from the position at 27.
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  Bishoprick: Andrew Martin, in "Winning with the King's Indian" (1989)recommended it. Although no master, I, I used it once, and to my surprise actually won. May work at club level.

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