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Konstantin N Aseev vs Nukhim N Rashkovsky
Russian Championship (1998), St. Petersburg RUS, rd 6, Aug-??
Modern Defense: Pseudo-Austrian Attack (B06)  ·  1-0

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Aug-28-09
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  plang: Nunn is sceptical of 4..a6 against the 4 f4 system as it does not challenge the center sufficiently. He recommends 4..Nf6 (transposing to the Pirc), 4..Nc6 or 4..c6 instead. The very slow 7..e6?! (preventing White from playing e6) was new but clearly not an improvement on the standard 7..Nd7. 15..Bxf6 would not have been much of an improvement as the Knight has no good square after 16 exf; for instance 16..Nd5 17 Nxe6 or 16..Nf5 17 g4 with a mating attack. 18..Nxf5 would have been answered with 19 Rxf5 and 20 Bxh6+ winning. 27..Nxe5 would have failed to 28 Qg3..Qb8 29 Bf4..Nbc6 40 Nd7. If Rashkovsky had continued with 38..Qh7 he would have had no good move after 39 Qf3 so he resigned.

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