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Mikhail Beilin vs Vladimir Antoshin
Moscow-ch (1953)
Philidor Defense: General (C41)  ·  0-1

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Nov-12-17
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  fredthebear: 11.Nf5 does not work out for White. FTB tried to make Capa's 16.Nh6+ work, but Black can accept the offer and give back the piece with Bxh2+, a discovered attack that wins the loose Be4. Preparation with 16.Kh1 allows 16...BxNf5 and Black improves development while reducing attackers.

White just does not seem to have the time to get all his pieces defended and coordinated in this one. The loose Be4 is a problem for White all game. With four pieces trained on the Black kingside missing the usual Nf6, intuition says the White attack should have worked.

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