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Ulf Andersson vs Robert Huebner
Johannesburg (1981), Johannesburg RSA, Aug-??
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Mannheim Variation (D23)  ·  1-0

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Feb-11-10
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  whiteshark: Probably the best defence was <26...Re7 27.Kf4 Re6>


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Feb-11-10  raychandler: The opening actually transposes into a Catalan very early on.
Nov-18-12
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  Peligroso Patzer: This game (from the position after <14. Qc6>) is analyzed in <Amateur to IM>, by Jonathan Hawkins 2012, Mongoose Press, at pp. 51-57.

It is a marvellously patient win by the great Ulf Andersson.

Nov-18-12
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  Peligroso Patzer: <whiteshark>: In the source cited in my previous post, Jonathan Hawkins suggests <26. ... Re6 27. Kf4 Rf6+>.
Apr-28-15  Mating Net: Two unspectacular moves stand out.

23.g4 prevents the Black f and h pawns from advancing two squares and enables White to control more space on the K side.

27.h5 fixes the h6 pawn as a target for future harvest. Opening the h file by capturing on g5 would not have given White any advantage.

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