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Mladen Palac vs Artur Yusupov
Turin Olympiad (2006), Turin ITA, rd 11, Jun-02
Spanish Game: Open. Bernstein Variation (C80)  ·  1-0



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May-06-07  dark dario: palac play is very instructive but i dont understand why jussupow chose a varaiation wich is marked in eco as cleary better for white
May-06-07  euripides: The position after 15...Re8 has been doing OK for Black recently, judging from Games Like M Palac vs Yusupov, 2006.

However, in the previous games Black managed to exchange off the white-squared bishops. Palac's 16.Qe3 prevents this, leaving White more firepower for his attack.

May-07-07  dark dario: here there are no so many positions from this variation but there is special book about Open variation which is written by Kortchonoi from 1995 and he asses this positions cleary better for white 13...se4 is form my point of view more testing for white
May-07-07  euripides: <dario> Korchnoi may have changed his mind since 1995. See Z Almasi vs Korchnoi, 1997 and <plang>'s kibitz on that game. I don't play the variation and don't know it at all well, but White seems to be doing quite well.

May-07-07  dark dario: thanks yes Se5 is improvment i see also this move in my analyses.Ps De3 is not new move this is not palacs move it was played in delchev game first but there is not this game here i think that also after 13..Se4 or after 13..Se6 white is better and black is struggling for draw

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