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F5 16 'iWd2 h6 1 7 l:ifd l 'iWe6 Rukavina-Lputian, Belgrade GMA 1 988. • ••• 10 i,b2 l:ieS 1O . . xf3 ? 1 1 i,xf3 tiJxd4 ( l l . cxd4 1 2 tiJb5 ± ) 1 2 i,g2 � intending 1 3 e 3 and 1 4 tiJxd5 . 1 0 . . cxd4 ! 1 1 tiJb5 tiJe4 1 2 tiJbxd4 i,f6 1 3 'iWd3 ? tiJb4 + Kiselev-Magomedov, Chelia binsk 1 99 1 . xc5 1 2 l:ic l a6 13 tiJxd5 ( 1 3 h3 i,h5 1 4 tiJxd5 i,xf2+ 1 5 l:ixf2 tiJxd5 1 6 tiJe5 tiJxe5 17 'iWxd5 'iWg5 18 g4 i,g6 19 �cfl J::!. a d8 20 'iVxb7 h5 with compensation, Inkiov-Peturs son, Lucerne OL 1 982) 1 3 .
Option B : 20 ... tZlf7, directing the knight to g5. Option C: 20 ... b5, physically preventing the advance of the white b-pawn to b5. Thanks to his aggressive assault with the f pawn, White has opened the game, liquidating the pawn-centre, which should be useful to the bishops. Black must now take a critical deci sion. Which is best ? Option A: 1 3 . . e8, to establish control over the open e-file. Option B : l3 ... �g4, to develop all the pieces and press against d4. Option C: l3 . . d5, preventing the d5 ad vance and closing the position for the dark squared bishop.
Bh6 'iVxh6 23 'iVf4 (23 ctJd5 'iVd2+) 23 . . 'iVxf4 24 gxf4 ctJd3 25 :'cfl ±. ctJxdS 19 cxdS! White prefers to play on the open c-file, which he is going to dominate. 19 .. ltxd2 21 l:xd2 Since the queen is away from the battlefield, Donner's decision was excellent. g2 ctJc7 7 0-0 e5, which gives Black a sound and comfortable game, with a preponderance in the centre. Of ten Black reaches this set-up via the move order 3 . . d5 ! 4 cxd5 ctJxd5 5 g3 . S ... e6 5 . . xb4+ ctJxb4 1 6 a 3 ctJd5 1 7 ctJa5 ;t Kramnik Hjartarson, Paris 1 995.
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