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Rudolf Teschner vs Svetozar Gligoric
Helsinki ol (Men) fin-A (1952), Helsinki FIN, rd 1, Aug-21
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack (E76)  ·  0-1

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Oct-05-07  notyetagm: Position after 16 ... ♘c5-d3:


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Gee, do you think that Gligoric understands that one of Black's major strategic goals in the KID is the <occupation of the d4- and d3- squares> that are weakened after c2-c4 and e2-e4?

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Sep-02-10  MaxxLange: Here is the critical position, a few moves later. Both of the advanced Knights have been exchanged:


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Black played 23...g5, which is an incredible concept. The computer says, though, that he got his move order wrong, and should have played 23...Bh3! first:


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threatening 24...Rb1+, with mate next move. It seems that 2 pieces cover the blocking square on f1, but, whichever one goes there, the other one is pinned.

In the game, after 23...g5!? 24 Qxg5+ Kh8, White had the defense 25 Ng4! Rg8 26 Qd2


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still losing, but a lot better than 25 Ng2??

Sep-02-10  MaxxLange: I mean: 25 Nc2??

sorry

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