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Zlatko Ilincic vs Ivan Marinkovic
Vrnjacka Banja (1989), Vrnjacka Banja YUG, Apr-??
Alekhine Defense: Four Pawns Attack (B03)  ·  0-1

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Jan-10-03  AgentRgent: Hey Kirk Sadler, Have you seen this game? Don't I recall that you play 6...c5 against the 4 pawns attack also? This might be a way to avoid the 10. d6 lines that are so troublesome for black.
Jan-10-03  ksadler: Yes I have seen it (in fact I was the one who added this game to the library). This is the line that I play. Again, its not for everyone, but I feel in this line that with a little preparation before hand (similar to most 4-pawn lines) that Black can keep the initiative right through the middlegame.
Jan-12-03
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  Honza Cervenka: Chessgames.com, I think that white's surname should be Ilincic, not Illincic. White is probably GM Zlatko Ilincic
Apr-19-03  Marnoff Mirlony: A nice tactical games by both. I still find it outstanding that Black can "waste away" so many Knight moves in the beginning and still have great fighting chances. That's Alekhine for you....
Sep-26-07  Cuellargacharna: Good morning from Bogota, Colombia.
Please comment and annalyze this: Does not 38.Bx2h, Nx2g, followed by 39, Ne8+, etc. win for white? Thanks.
May-14-10
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  OBIT: <Cuellargacharna>After 38. Bxh2 Rd8! 39. Rxg6 hxg6 Black is clearly better. He is up rook for bishop and threatens Nc4-b6 to pick off the d-pawn.
Oct-29-15  SpiritedReposte: This game was played in the blunder capital of the world, the fine city ??.
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