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Garry Kasparov vs Robert Huebner
Huebner-Kasparov Match (1985), Hamburg FRG, rd 4, Jun-??
Queen's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Nimzowitsch Variation Quiet Line (E15)  ·  1-0



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Jun-25-05  Anna Wrekzia: Why does black resign? I don't see a killer shot for white...
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  samvega: I think it's zugzwang. Black can only shuffle the king back and forth between c7 & d7, and the knight from h7 to f6; meanwhile the white king travels to e3...

Imagine that the white king has landed on e3, that the black knight is still on h7, and for the moment forget that the black king can move: 1..Nf6 2.Ke2 Nh7 3.Kf2 Nf6 4.Ke3 and white has gained the opposition against the knight (4..Nxg4+ 5.Kxe4 is losing).

Of course black can expend tempos to maintain the N vs K opposition by shuffling his king, but as soon as the black king goes to c7 white can get in Nf5-g7-e6, and white must win either the e or g pawns.

Hope I'm right or that was a big waste of typing...

Jun-25-05  Anastasia: wow i never met a stripper who plays chess
Jun-25-05  abcpokerboy: No, Anastasia? I have some pictures of Anatoli Karpov I could show you...
Jun-28-05  Anastasia: no thx. I don't think you and I share the same taste in men. I mean the guy doesn't even wash his hair. But whatever you're into dude...
Oct-07-11  xoblivionx: Anna Wrekzia, I think the key move is 61.Ka4 followed by Ng3 threatening the e pawn, and if black respond with for exmaple Nf6, then Nxe4 allowing the h-pawn to promote, or if black responds e3 after 61.Ka4, then Kb3 allowing whites king to capture that e-pawn.. aside from that, black weak pawns on d and c file are also a big favor for white

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