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Isaac Kashdan vs Svetozar Gligoric
Hollywood (1952), Beverly Hills, CA USA, rd 4, Apr-30
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Yugoslav Variation Advance Line (E66)  ·  0-1



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Sep-11-09  Jim Bartle: 17...Nxb2 is really nice. But why is 23. Kh1 necessary?
Sep-12-09  Cyphelium: <Jim Bartle> Otherwise, white will lose the knight anyway when 23.- ♕e2 comes.
Feb-27-14  jerseybob: In his book, Gligo gives his 10..e6 a ?, and recommends 11.b3 for white, to highlight how offside the queen knight is. Kashdan's 16.Be3? is the loser.

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