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Alexander Khalifman vs Predrag Nikolic
Moscow GMA-qual f (1990), Moscow URS, rd 8, Jun-??
French Defense: Winawer. Poisoned Pawn Variation General (C18)  ·  1-0

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Sep-20-06  Uzi: Anyone have the verdict of theory on this line? Is 9...Nf5 already a losing move?
Sep-20-06  refutor: well you definitely can't play 9. ...h6 ;)

Oll vs Ulibin, 1989

Sep-20-06  NateDawg: <Uzi> 9...♘f5 is fine. With 7. ♕g4 O-O Black invites a White kingside attack, and he must play defensively for some time. A way in which Black could have done better (according to Fritz 9) was by playing 11...g6, when after 12. ♕h3 ♘g7 Black's king is somewhat safe.


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Play could continue 13. ♗d2 fxe5 14. ♘xe5 ♘xe5 15. dxe5 c4 16. ♗e2. Fritz rates the resulting position as = (0.19)

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