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Aaron Summerscale vs Gawain Jones
British Championship (2009), Torquay ENG, rd 5, Jul-31
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Neo-Classsical Line (E99)  ·  0-1

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Aug-03-09  cade: White kept throwing moves away on the queenside while Black built up a straightfoward kingside mass of heavy pieces. An odd game to play through as White seems oblivious to logic.
Aug-04-09  euripides: <cade> games in this line often look like this, ever since

Najdorf vs Gligoric, 1953

after which a helpful observer told Najdorf 'the king is more important'. But White often survives the kingside attack and wins. Summerscale is something of an expert in this line and a number of his moves (Kh1, Ra3, Bg1, Bb5, Ne2) are designed to protect the kingside. It's a nice win by Jones.

Aug-04-09  MaxxLange: <cade> obviously, you are not a golfer
Aug-13-10  shakespeare: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTyZ...

and

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOPy...

Aug-13-10  Chesschatology: Seems to me that 28. Qe3 was a blunder, removing the queen's cover of g3 and allowing Rxh2+!. Surely 28. Bb5 was the right move, trying to exchange off the black white-squared bishop, with a view to playing h3, and then Qe3?
May-05-15  ToTheDeath: This was a great attacking game by Jones, I like the rook maneuvers on the h file, avoiding the stereotypical g4 push.
Aug-30-21  Saniyat24: Gawain Jones scaling up the h-file...!

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