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D6 forces a retreat. Widl After 1 2 . l2l xb5 Ei:b8 Black wins back the b2-pawn with a fine position . Wc2 �b7 1 3 . t2l f5 (Or 1 3 . f4 a b 9 ... �b3 l2l xb3 l l . axb3 f6! 1 2 . l2l xc6 dxc6 1 3 . Ei:d2 Ei:ad8! gave Black a comfortable position i n Kovacs Kluger, Budapest 1 966. IO ... Wfxa4 Palermo - Bol bochan, Buenos Aires 1 96 5 . Now Black's play can b e improved b y means of: a b c d e f g h 1 3 . . f6! Not for the first time this undermining move works perfectly. tt:lxe7t tt:l xe7! exf6 8:xf6+) 14 .
Allows Black to trap the light squared bishop: 1 2 . . Hxe4 dxe4! ib3 ( 1 5 . H) 1 5 . . c4+ 12 ... cxd4 The other captu re is worse. Sidelines 36 1 3 . exd 5 ? I t turns out that Black can ignore the attack on the knight. 1 3 . . dxc3! :1l:xe5 Or 1 4. -+ and Black will win an exchange. - Alekhine, Scheveningen 1 9 1 3, and here Black missed a powerful idea: 1 4 . . l"i:fl Wb6! �e3 tt:l c4! �f2 �xf2t 1 8 . ) 1 8 . . Wxb2! �b3 dxe4+ with a big material advantage. h g b 1 4 . 'tl�b6t ! 1 4 .
1 3 . . d5 13 . . N also looks promisi ng. �g3 Ei:b8! �g4 g6 a 39 c d e f g h White almost always makes this exchange. LLlxe7t �xe7 1 2 . �xc6 dxc6 transposes to the main line below. ) 1 2 . . �xe5 b 1 5 . . f5 ! exr6 c e Sidelines 40 Otherwise the h6-knight is i n trouble. 16 . . d6! e3 lt:l e6 20 . lt:l e2 c5 With a sligh t edge for Black. a b c d e f g line: 1 4. f5 ! e3 deserved attentio n . ] 1 6. . h6?! ] 17 ... + and Black was better i n Godena - Ivanchuk, Reggio Emilia 20 1 1 . ) 1 4 .
Chess for amateurs - How to improve your game by Fred Reinfeld