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Sachariev vs Dobrev
Varna (1973)
Sicilian Defense: Nimzowitsch. Closed Variation (B29)  ·  1-0



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Jan-30-08  jovack: Black should have kept developing and would have had a fine game.
Jan-30-08  Shams: "fine" might be a stretch but I agree that 11...♗g7 is basically forced (11...♕d5 12.c4 looks ugly): 12.♘xe6 fxe6 13.♕f3!? (or 13.♘g5 e5!? 14.♘e6 ♕d7 15.♘xg7+ ♔f7 16.♘h5 gxh5 17. ♕xh5+ ♔e6 and someone above my pay grade should assess the position) ...♕d7 and I think I prefer white, but I reserve the right to change my mind.

IMPO (In My Patzer Opinion) if black wants a quick ...d5 he should submit to accepting the isolated pawn; after 6...♗e6?! he was tripping over himself.

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