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30 :lxc7 �xc7 3 1 bxc4 1Wxc4 32 �e3 Black is doing quite well) 26 axbS axbS 27 cS! eS (if 27 ... gS! is winning, viz. 32 . . d7 [if 32 ... IxeS+ 1:xe8 34 d7; or 32 . faS (28 . xg2?! ff7) 29 Wh2 b4 30 lIxeS ! dxeS 3 1 �xeS and in bad time trouble Black quickly succumbed: 3 l . f7 3S d6 1 -0 Speel­ man-D. Wright, Oxford Univer­ sity-Cavendish 1 977. 6 ...

L::abS 1 :23 20 'C'Vc2 1 :46 g6 White has no very happy long-term home for his king and hence has problems connecting his rooks; while his knights do not have any juicy squares to aim for and his light squares are weak. Black has a safe king, connected rooks and some at­ tractive targets to aim at - some nice light squares his knight might reach one day and a pos­ sible pawn push to remove the white knight from g3. We can assert that Black is better, but in order to do anything he will have to find a plan.

F8 39 a4 �g8 40 ltb5! I1c4 4 1 a5 lla4 42 h4 looks easy) 39 Wg2 IId7 40 h4 �c7 41 IIf6 b5 42 h5 gxh5 43 1Ih6 IId5 44 a3! tc l 58 �xb l + and White wins. b3) Finally, there is the pas­ sive 33 .. tf7 35 l:8d7 l:xc4 36 llxe7+ <3;xe7 37 llbl llc7 38 l'tb6 transposing directly to variation b222 or 34 l:td7 lIxd7 35 fLxd7 lhc4 36 l:[xb7 lIa4 37 11b2 g5! with an improved version of variation b2 1 . Just one final set of varia­ tions. When I was wrapping this 84 International Titles International Titles 85 analysis up, I suddenly started to wonder about a move I'd completely ignored: 32 l:[fxd6.

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