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Bd2+= GeorgadzeKatalimov, USSR 1975. Black has significant weaknesses at e6 and f5. Bd3 Bd7 14 ... c4! I ~~ . ~Ij~f --'-'il~t . -.. . . D. . . ,ll . T.... ·11Itl 17... cS! Rxe6+/17... Radl+/17 ... BeS White controls most of the critical squares in the center, and now seeks to complete his domination by undermining the support of d5. 21... Nc2! Bxa8 Rxb2 is unclear ~~... Bxf6 Kxf6 23 ... Rxe6? Rxe7! Ke 1 bxa2!? 28... Rc7! Rf7 intending Rf7-f4-b4 and the b-pawn falls. Kd2! eS Ng4 59 White cannot save the b-pawn, so he brings his king over to help with the defense.
E5 Nxe5! 9... d5?! Qxh6 +/9 ... Qh5 +/9 ... Bxf7+ Hopfer. a3 + / - -Analysis. )p. If lO ... f4 c5!? (14 ... Be2! This move was suggested by Steinitz. It guards the important g4 square. 11 ... Nf3 +/- -Analysis. Bc3 Bxc3 11 ... Qd2! Rfdl+= Chapter 3: 4 .. Bh4+ 29 Black's three pawns are not being used, and White's pieces enjoy plenty of scope. Therefore White's chances must be preferred. 16... Qe7?! 16 ... Qd7!? Rd3! Bh7+ Kh8 24. Bg6+ This is why the knight had to be deflected from e5. 24... KgB 25.
11Itl 17... cS! Rxe6+/17... Radl+/17 ... BeS White controls most of the critical squares in the center, and now seeks to complete his domination by undermining the support of d5. 21... Nc2! Bxa8 Rxb2 is unclear ~~... Bxf6 Kxf6 23 ... Rxe6? Rxe7! Ke 1 bxa2!? 28... Rc7! Rf7 intending Rf7-f4-b4 and the b-pawn falls. Kd2! eS Ng4 59 White cannot save the b-pawn, so he brings his king over to help with the defense. It doesn't matter whether Black captures immediately, so he tries to help out his kingside pawns.