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Ljubomir Ljubojevic vs Paul van der Sterren
Hoogovens (1988), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 13, Jan-24
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Polerio Defense Suhle Defense (C59)  ·  0-1



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  tpstar: Fritz 7 Deep Position Analysis [20MB]:

1) 12. Nxd3 0-0 13. 0-0 Qc7 14. g3 Bf5 0.00/13

2) 12. Nxd3 Be6 13. b3 Nb7 14. Bb2 Qc7 0.66/12

After 11. d4 Black's best option is 11 ... ed 12. Nxd3, although other choices are playable:

1) 11 ... 0-0

a) 12. 0-0 c5 13. Nc3 Qe7 14. Nb5 cd 0.25/12

b) 12. Na3 Be6 13. 0-0 c5 14. c3 a6 0.22/11

c) 12. Nc3 Qb6 13. Qd2 c5 14. Nb5 Be7 0.25/12

2) 11 ... Qc7

a) 12. f4 ef 13. Nxf3 Ng4 14. g3 0-0 0.00/12

b) 12. Bf4 0-0 13. Nc3 a6 14. Na4 Nb7 0.00/11

c) 12. Nc3 0-0 13. 0-0 a6 14. Be3 Rd8 0.25/12

3) 11 ... Qe7

a) 12. Nc3 Rb8 13. 0-0 0-0 14. f4 c5 0.50/12

b) 12. Bf4 Nd7 13. Bd2 Nxe5 14. dxe5 Bc7 0.34/13

c) 12. f4 ef 13. Nxf3 Ba6 14. Nc3 Nd5 0.62/12

Amazing how many lines are 0.00, meaning Black has full compensation for the Pawn.

Jan-15-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: Here's a possible conclusion:43.♕e1 ♔g7 44.a3 ♖d8! 45.♕e2 ♖xd2 46.♕xd2 ♕f1 47.♘d1 ♘xd1 48.♕d4+ ♘f6 49.♕xd1 ♕xd1+ 50.♔xd1 ♔f8 Black wins.

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