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Herbert Heinicke vs Klaus Junge
Club championship HS (1940)
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Karlsbad Variation (E62)  ·  0-1

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Dec-20-09  lost in space: Junge's play after 12.h3 was not that good:


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Junge played 12...Ng8 (to be able to play f5). Better was to continue with 12...Na6 13. Qd2 Qe7 14. Nb5 b6 and the only white chance to open files (c4-c5) is blocked.

During the next few moves White played not that well, losing his advantage (+1,7 after move 12) move by move. Starting with move 17 White lost the track:

17. Bb6 is a mistake, better is 17.a4. The same for 18. Rac1, better was once again 18.a4.

Afterwards Black (already better) can make use of the pin on the c-file.


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After 19. Qa4 (best according to Rybka) 19...Qe8 20. Nxd6 Bxa4 21. Nxe8 Bxe8 22. d6 e4 23. Nd4 Be5 White will lose the d-pawn and the game.

The text is even worse. 19. Nc7 is losing a piece. Afterwards the game is over.

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