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C5 White has chosen to sacrifice a pawn for nebulous compensation, to keep some vestige of the initiative. Good defenders love to see such decisions! htm 7/8/2004 Defense & Counterattack Page 5 of 6 take the INITIATIVE and keep the pawn. Bc8! Attacking the rook on h3, and moving the bishop to a more active diagonal. Rb3 Qe8 Simultaneously defending the pawn on b5 and moving out of the pin on the knight on f6. Nf3 Be4 Notice that the f6-pawn is indirectly defended as Black is attacking the White c-pawn twice (with his rook and queen).

F4 with a strong initiative for White. Nxe3 Allowing this capture weakens White on the dark squares and commits him to attacking successfully on the kingside. Rf1 Rd7! Key lateral defense of the second rank. Qg3 f6 Now White has to work to recover his material and break through. e4 This prepares further undermining with h5-h6, followed by crashing through on f6, or e5xf6 followed by e4-e5 trying to crash through on g5. com/SmartChessOnline/SmartChessOnline/September%201997/... 7/8/2004 Henley's SmartMoves Page 3 of 4 squares.

Nd5! Rxh6, with moves like Rg1-h1 and Qa3-d3 to follow, the Black pawns on h7 and e7 will be very vulnerable. e6! Nf7+. Bg8, when both 28 Nxh7! Nxh7! Ke1! com/SmartChessOnline/SmartChessOnline/archive/Articles/ron2... Qe5+ winning. exd4 White's advantage is decisive. Qe3! Nf7+. 1-0 Traditions die hard, and I can guarantee you that the Hungarian Gruenfeld laboratory of Leko and Adorjan will be burning some serious midnight oil following this multivehicle accident involving Gruenfeld-killer Karpov!

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