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Joseph Fang vs Maia Chiburdanidze
17th World Open (1989), Philadelphia, PA USA, rd 6, Jul-??
Gruenfeld Defense: Three Knights Variation. Petrosian System (D91)  ·  1-0

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Apr-24-09  Abdooss: Nice job, Joe! Your fangs hit the carotid.. it was a painful yet fast death!!
Aug-09-12  RookFile: No high fallutin' positional nonsense here, just go for the throat.
Aug-09-12
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  perfidious: Fang's opponent improved in this game, though (J Fang vs Kudrin, 1993).

The real problem with 8.Qd2 for White-and I played 5.Bg5 for 25 years-is that after 8....h6, he doesn't even get the assorted tactical chances which can crop up after 8....exd5 9.Qe3+. The knight is driven back and this is already equal for Black, plus he has chances of utilising the bishop pair in the long term.

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