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Philipp Hitzler vs Viktorija Cmilyte
E.U. Championship and Cork Chess Congress (2005), Cork IRL, rd 3, Mar-24
Dutch Defense: Leningrad. Warsaw Variation (A88)  ·  0-1



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  Chessical: A game which shows the advantages of the Leningrad Dutch, a hybrid of the King's Indian and Dutch defences. As with so many White players, Hitzler attacks on the Q-side but underestimates Black's K-side attack on the <f> file.

<21.exf4!> denies White an <e4> advance against <Bf5>

Another point of <23.Nh2!> is the move 24.Kxg2 <h4!>, with a deadly threat on <h5>

Aug-31-07  capafan: Attempting to support the d-pawn with 10. e3 rather than trading it off with 10. dxe dxe as is the current main line is too timid and cedes black not only the center but the initiative on the kingside as well. White must act aggressively in the center and on the queenside to prevent black's kingside attack.

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