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Bent Larsen vs Bruno Parma
Vinkovci (1970), Vinkovci YUG, rd 8, Oct-13
Nimzo-Larsen Attack: Modern Variation (A01)  ·  1-0

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Sep-17-13  parisattack: Nice endgame technique by Larsen. Perhaps Parma had better somewhere? Forcing the white King to the center doesn't seem the best.
Sep-01-21  LoveThatJoker: <Stockfish 12> gives these two following lines after the hypothetical 34...Qe6 35. Qxe6 fxe6 36. g6:

A) 36...a5 37. bxa5 b4 38. a6 b3 39. a7 b2 40. a8=Q b1=Q 41. Qa7+ Kf6 42. Qf7+ any 43. g7 +-

Therefore, turns out that delaying the pawn race is a better (though still losing) try for Black via,

B) 36...e5 37. Kg3 (plausible) a5 38. bxa5 b4 39. a6 b3 40. a7 b2 41. a8=Q b1=Q 42. Qa7+ Kf6 43. Qf7+ Kg5 and now the super accurate 44. Kh2! secures the easy win with g7 upcoming. This is because 44. Kg2 (44. g7?? Qg1+ with a draw) 44...Qd1! gives White more work to do before he can win - starting with 45. Qe7+ +-

LTJ

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