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Martin Cerveny vs Danyyil Dvirnyy
Olomouc Open (2008), Olomouc CZE, rd 7, Aug-05
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation (E80)  ·  0-1

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Feb-21-13  PhilFeeley: Is 11...Nxf1! too far away from the end to make a good puzzle?
Feb-21-13  Jim Bartle: This is an established opening, I believe called the Bronstein variation.

From personal experience it's difficult to play the black side, as white can keep all eight pawns in their original files. Hard to break through.

Feb-21-13  Gilmoy: The `yy` in both names means robot! (Or maybe Crays)

yy <two wise> u r
yy u <queen on> b
etc.

<Jim Bartle: white can keep all eight pawns in their original files.> So ... you're saying that <9.g3> is a mistake? (hehe)

Thereafter, Black removes two of them.

Feb-21-13  Jim Bartle: No, not saying that, and I'm no expert. When I've played as black the pawns have stayed on for a while and make it difficult even though I had a queen for two minors.

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