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Boris Avrukh vs Garry Kasparov
ISR-chT (2000), Ramat Aviv, rd 10, Jan-14
Gruenfeld Defense: Exchange. Modern Exchange Variation (D85)  ·  1/2-1/2

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May-12-15
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  plang: The maneuver 12..Qd7 and 16..Qa4 is quite effective for Black. 18 dxc..bxc 19 Bxc5..Ne6 would not have led to an advantage for White and would have completely backfired after 20 Rb4?..Nf4 21 Qe3..Qd1+ 22 Rxd1..Rxd1+ 23 Qe1 (23 Ne1..Bxc3! wins)..Rxe1+ 24 Nxe1..Bxc3 25 Rb1..Bxe1 26 Rxe1..Nd3. Avrukh thought that he would have had winning chances had he played 30 Rcc7..Kf8 31 Kd3..Bh6 32 Ke4..Rb4 33 g4.

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