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Fred Lindsay vs Igor Ivanov
Mid America Class Ch (1993), Rosemont, IL USA, rd 2, Mar-??
Queen's Indian Defense: Kasparov Variation (E12)  ·  0-1



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  perfidious: A superb attacking game, with White's failure to develop his kingside early on a portent of disaster.
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  Phony Benoni: 18...Qf3+ is a shocker whose point is not obvious at first glance.
Sep-21-07  Shams: you're right, 18...Qf3 must have been quite an unpleasant move for Lindsay to see.

Igor handed it to him pretty good again a year later in this 22-mover: Igor Ivanov vs F Lindsay, 1994

on the other side of the ledger, Fred can boast of drawing against Korchnoi...

Oct-01-10  sevenseaman: A very energetic game by Ivanov. Hell's bells if the Night takes the Q. This wins the Q a beauty contest; as handsome is that handsome does.

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