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John Cochrane vs Howard Staunton
London m2 (1842)
Sicilian Defense: 2.b3 Variation (B20)  ·  0-1

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May-06-05  halcyonteam: This Queen Bishop Way of Combination is very popular today.

GM Josh Waitzkin call this the concept of "Push and Pull"

Which i disagree, should be "pinning"

May-06-05  Swapmeet: Waitzkin is an IM
Jan-20-07  wolfmaster: I listened to Josh Waitzkin annotate his game against Khatena, who I think is a FM or an IM. He used that strategy of "Push and Pull" to win that game.

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