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Viacheslav Osnos vs Jacob Yuchtman
"Called Out for Interference" (game of the day Oct-25-2013)
Hero Cities (1969), Volgograd, Ukrain
Benoni Defense: Czech Benoni Defense (A56)  ·  0-1



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Dec-30-11  iking: 34. ...Be3!! what a wonderful shot!!
Jan-05-12  whiteshark: <iking: 34. ...Be3!! what a wonderful shot!!>

Yes, indeed! But don't shehow it to <nyetaGM>, he might get a severe posting attack. :D

Jun-25-12  LoveThatJoker: I am in total agreement: <34...Be3!!> is a phenomenal move!


Jun-25-12  master of defence: What happens after 35.Qxe3 Rxf1+ 36.Kg2?
Jun-25-12  Shams: <m.o.d.> 36...Qxe4 and 37...Rg1#
Jun-25-12  master of defence: <Shams> This only happen after 37.Qxe4 But after 37.Kg3 black stays with big material advantage.
Dec-24-12  morfishine: One of my favorite all time games
Dec-27-12  master of defence: Well, what happens after 35.Bxf7 Qxe4+ 36.Qg2??
May-23-13  ughaibu: 36...QxQ and 37...BxB.
Oct-25-13  offramp: Great interference move. Yuchtman probably checked it and rechecked it hardly able to believe his own eyes.
Oct-25-13  Gilmoy: OS NOES (he moved) TEH POINTY DOOD
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  kevin86: An amazing threat:black threatens both rooks from different angles and with mate!
Oct-25-13  hellopolgar:
Oct-25-13  brazil chess: Can someone please help me figure out how black would win if 35.Bxf7? I can't get the winning combination
Oct-25-13  Shams: <brazil chess> Your question has already been answered.
Oct-25-13  brazil chess: I guess black would just win the exchange big time huh
Oct-25-13  ChemMac: Yuchtman may have been the most talented player never to have become world-famous. Many who knew him thought he could have been the equal of Tal or Keres, for example.
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  Phony Benoni: After <35.Bxf7>:

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The simply winning line for Black, as indicated, earlier by <ughaibu>, is <35../Qxe4+ 36.Qg2 Qxg2+ 37.Kxg2 Bxc1>, with Black remaining a piece ahead dure to 38.Rxc1 Rxf7. Of course, White can snag a kingside pawn or two after 38.Bxh5, but Black is still winning.

However, the is another possibility which Yuchtman might have chosen, which would have been more in keeping with the s[irit of the game: <35.Bxf7 Qxe4+ 36.Qg2 Qd3!>

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Not a textbook zugzwang, but it will do until a real one pops up. White cannot free himself before ...Kg7 wins the pinned bishop, meaning it won't be taking those kingside pawns.

Of course my computer fournd it. Who do you think I am, Yughtman?

Oct-25-13  YoungEd: Best...move...ever!
Oct-25-13  Kikoman: Fantastic game! :D
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  Check It Out: Best Czech Benoni I've ever seen.
Jun-05-14  Rookiepawn: What about 10 f4? White seems to be able to directly attack here while Black pieces seem somehow crammed.

I cannot see the reason for 11 Qd3. I would place the WQ in d2 instead, allowing a better retreat for the WN to d3 and putting more pressure on the c1 - h6 diagonal.

15 Ne6 looks tempting but I guess it was better to recognize White needs to retreat and play 15 Ne2.

The final move is beautiful. The BB loneliness in e3 makes the move very elegant.

Nov-10-16  clement41: Fantastic interference move!
Jun-09-20  SpiritedReposte: <34. ...Be3!> Lightning strikes.
Jul-28-20  jerseybob: A Leonid Stein type of game.
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