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Jozsef Pinter vs John Nunn
Thessaloniki Olympiad (1988), Thessaloniki GRE, rd 12, Nov-26
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Benko Attack (E99)  ·  0-1

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Dec-18-08  Jim Bartle: I sure wouldn't like to play guess-the-move with this game.
Jul-31-13  EvilTwin: this game dampened the interest in the Benko Variation
Jul-31-13  Shams: <EvilTwin> Former WA state champ FM Bill Schill has been killing me with this scheme lately at the local weekly meetup. This game does inspire for Black; problem is, White has many 12th move alternatives and Nunn's ...a5/...Nc5 setup doesn't score as well against the other lines.
Sep-28-15  ToTheDeath: Hell of a fight. Nunn played brill as usual.
Sep-28-15  Bruce Graham: A couple of bishop shots and the fat lady started clearing her throat.

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Game #15 p.51 White blocks kingside w/ g2-g4
from Gallagher's Starting out: the King's Indian by Patca63
KID: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Benko Attack
from MKD's KID by MKD
9.Ne1 Nd7 10.f3 f5 11.g4 Kh8 12.Ng2 a5 13.g4 Nc5
from King's Indian by KingG
28 - Ng3xe4! White f3-bishop cannot defend e4, blockade f4-pawn
from OVERLOADED! by Miguel Medina
e99 from play the KI
from Game collection: KID by takchess
e99 from play the KI
from Game collection: KID by howardb86
28 ... Ng3xe4! White f3-bishop blockades f4-pawn, stopping fork
from BLOCKADERS DO *NOT* PROTECT SQUARES! BDNPS! by notyetagm
Game collection: KID
by Cannon Fodder
benko line kings indian
from Cultus' favorite games by Cultus
KID: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Benko Attack
from MKD's KID by Miguel Medina
Game #15 p.51 White blocks kingside w/ g2-g4
from Gallagher's Starting out: the King's Indian by Patca63
Control over open line was decisive for Black.
from 1988 Chess Olympiad by chessmoron
game 22
from Kings Indian Defense - Mar Del Plata - Gligoric by SafeNorSound
10.f3 f5 11.g4 Kh8 12.Ng2 a5 13.h4 Nc5 14.Be3 Ng8
from The Taimanov 9.Ne1 variation of the KID by Arena9
28 - Ng3xe4! White f3-bishop cannot defend e4, blockade f4-pawn
from OVERLOADED! by notyetagm
c3 ml White blockades the kingside with g2-g4
from Starting out the Kings Indian by Bernhardt503
28 Nc3-e2 makes pawn fork alignment e2-knight + g2-knight
from ACTS: ALIGNMENTS CREATE THREATENED SQUARES! by trh6upsz
c3 ml White blockades the kingside with g2-g4
from KID - Starting out the Kings Indian -Joe Gallagh by takchess
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by Hem
28 Nc3-e2 makes pawn fork alignment e2-knight + g2-knight
from TACTICS: ALIGNMENTS CREATE THREATENED SQUARES! by Baby Hawk
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