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Alexander G Beliavsky vs Anthony Miles
Biel (1992), Biel SUI, rd 14
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation (E94)  ·  0-1

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Oct-28-05
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  Chnebelgrind: A gorgeous fight. Two knights "en prise" after move 19 and both of them are taboo: 20. hxg3 fxg3 followed by Qh4
20.bxc5 Bxc3 21.Rxc3 Qxc3 22.Qxc3 Nxe2 followed by Nxc3
May-16-06  Petrocephalon: Yes, this was annotated in Rudy Blumenfeld's column in the October Chees Life.

Kind of a subtle tactic. 19..Ng3! is an intermediate move, the benefit over the immediate 19..Nd7 is that white's light square bishop gets exchanged, removing a defender of g4. Also, after 22.Bf2, black has gained a tempo relative to 19..Nd7.

Pretty, but it goes over my head.

Jul-01-13  cunctatorg: A lot of Beliavsky-Miles games (all of them perhaps!!) are extremely intense, richest in content, gorgeous and glorious fights but they are underestimated, for the time being, from chessgames.com chess enthusiasts!...

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