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Valentina Kozlovskaya vs Elisabeta Polihroniade
Oberhausen Olympiad (Women) (1966), Oberhausen FRG, rd 1, Oct-04
Modern Defense: Averbakh System. Kotov Variation (A42)  ·  0-1

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  Richard Taylor: Great game.
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  Gilmoy: Black's Modern morphs into a KID -- White's 10.Qd2 steers for a Yugoslav? White initiates handbags before castling -- whoops! With 14..Nd4! Black accepts a doubled pawn (bad) to open the pin on e (good), which wins a pawn (good) -- but the star point is the clearance for 21..Be5! cutting White's Rs.

White sacked her f-pawn for deadly threats at g7, but Black's Q is always one move in the way. Meanwhile, White's long-castling gets lashed by the dragon's tongue. With four pawns up, Black simply returns two of them, and rolls in like the tide.

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