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Artur Yusupov vs Stefan Kindermann
GER-ch (1998), Bremen, rd 2, Nov-06
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Panno Variation (E63)  ·  1-0

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Kibitzer's Corner
Dec-17-10
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  plang: Yusupov's pawn sacrifice 14 Nde4 was a novelty; 14 cxb had been played previously. Yusupov felt he had clear compensation for the pawn and that Black's position began to go downhill after 17..Qc7? (17..c5) and after 18..Rd8? White was in control. Also winning would have been 25 Rxg7+..Kxg7 26 Bxf6+..Kf7 27 Ne4..Rxe2 28 Nc3..Kxf6 29 Nxe2. Perhaps even simpler would have been 26 Nxe6..Rxe5 27 Nxd8 which is also clearly winning. Kindermann resigned after 41..Ra8?? but after 41..Rd8 42 Bd4+ there is no way from preventing the White king from getting to the queenside halting the pawn.

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