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Andrew Jonathan Mestel vs Eduard Gufeld
Premier (1986), Hastings 1986/87
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Steiner Attack (E80)  ·  0-1

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Feb-23-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: This brilliancy award winning game,I submitted is from Dr.Eric Schiller's website,Thanks Eric.
Feb-24-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: Nice 28.♖xe7 ♘xd5 and there's no quarter for the Rook at e7.Wow 25.bxc3 ♕a3+ 26.♔b1 ♖b8+ 27.♔a1 ♘b3+!!28.♔b1 ♘xd2+ 29.♔c2 ♕xa2+ 30.♔d3 ♘xf1 I wish I could have met this brilliant man.
Feb-27-06  zev22407: Bagirov-Gufeld 1973 is another briliant win with the kings indian.
Feb-27-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: Gufeld's games make me want to learn the King's Indian.His books on this subject seem to be very popular,
Mar-19-06  DeepBlade: <Timothy Glenn Forney> Indeed, KIA is a very solid defence with great attacking potential. Nowadays Im trying to improve on the Barça System (for White) so when I play Black I kinda get the feel for development (defence) and basic attacking ideas.
Mar-28-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: I just tried my first KIA on the net at chessmaniac just as a test its very positional,I made a blunder,but my opponent didn't see it.Maybe I'll buy Gufeld's book,His book on strategy looks interesting, that will be a book I will get in the future.
Jul-24-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: 22...Rb4! just boggles my mind.
Aug-05-07  aazqua: What's the big deal about rb4? What is black doing with h5 other than resigning?
Aug-05-07
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  Jonathan Sarfati: Gufeld could handle attack and defence in the KID better than almost anyone.
Aug-07-07  Timothy Glenn Forney: <aazqua> Here is the reason 22...Rb4 boggles my mind
Aug-07-07  Timothy Glenn Forney: 23. Bd3 Rdb8 24. h5 Rxb2 25. hxg6 Rc2+ 26. Qxc2 Qa3+ 27. Kd2 Nxc2 28. Rh7+ Kg8 29. Rfh1 f5 30. d6 Ne3 31. Rh8+ Kg7 32. Rxb8 Qxd6 33. Rh7+ Kxg6 34. Rhh8 Nc4+ 35. Kc2 Na3+ 36. Kd2 Qd4 37. Rbg8+ Kf6 38. Rf8+ Kg5 39. Rhg8+ Kh4 40. Rh8+ Bh5 41. Rxh5+ Kxh5 42. Rxf5+ Kg4 43. Rf7 Nb1+ 44. Nxb1 e4 45. Rxc7 Qxd3+ 46. Kc1 Qf1+ 47. Kb2 Qf6+ 48. Rc3 e3 49. Na3 e2 50. Nc2 Kf4 51. a4 a5 52. Kb3 Qe6+ 53. Kb2 e1=Q 54. Nxe1 Qxe1 55. Rc4+ Ke3 56. Rc3+ Kd2 57. Rc2+ Kd3 58. Rg2 Qb4+ 59. Ka2 Qe4 60. Rh2 Kc3 61. Rb2 Qxa4+ 62. Kb1 Qb4 63. Ka2 (63. Rxb4 axb4 64. Ka2 Kc2 65. Ka1 Kb3 66. Kb1 Ka3 67. Ka1 b3 68. Kb1 b2 69. Kc2 Ka2 70. Kd3 b1=Q+ 71. Kd4 Qf5 72. Kc4 Kb2 73. Kd4 Kb3 74. Ke3 Kc3 75. Ke2 Qf4 76. Ke1 Kd3 77. Kd1 Qf1#) 0-1
Feb-12-11  Llawdogg: Very nice. Then, rook takes queen, Nxd5, and the rook is trapped. Beautiful. Thanks, Timothy.
Feb-12-11
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  Penguincw: This game proves that ♘ and ♗ > ♖.
Oct-06-18
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  fiercebadger: Gufeld commenting https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEj...
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