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Anatoly M Kremenietsky vs Thomas E Rendle
Chekhov (2000), ?
Dutch Defense: Leningrad. Matulovic Variation (A89)  ·  0-1

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Mar-27-11  jbtigerwolf: I'm not a fan of the king-side fianchetto, preferring to get my Bishop out to c4 or c5 (the queen-side is ok) but I must say in a d4 opening that c5 is not open to you as Black (I experimented with Bb4 as in the Nimzo-Indian but I didn't like it), so you might as well fianchetto and go with this set-up, as the black squares are kaput... hard to believe it, but after move 7 if I'd been told the king-side white squares are going to be prominent I would have shaken my head. The pawn chain of h7, g6 and f5 seems to block both the Bishop and Queen, yet through the play two big white-squared diagonals open up!

What's really beautiful about this game is that White didn't really make any mistakes, apart from move 16, but who could see it and besides, by then White is probably shot. It's pretty amazing to see a game like this, where one side wins quickly despite no errors from the loser.

May-21-13
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  GrahamClayton: 14. ♘xc7 ♕h5 15. h3 f3 16. hxg4 ♗xg4 17. ♗h1 ♖f6 and White has no defence to the mate along the h-file.

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