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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

Vladimir Borisovich Tukmakov vs Garry Kasparov 1981

Truely I am impressed by how Kasparov played this game. I do not understand opening well it's like mixture of King's indian and Benko but I learnt the following things:

1. Power of bishop pair in an open position.

2. Compensation of two sacrificed pawns for activity.

3. Piece mobility and especially white's all pieces were in queenside so king was unsafe and black used this to create some attacking ideas.

4. The b5 new benko mixture was new for me.  I also never saw this Bg5 move in king's indian because I only saw two games in chessmood so I do not know what is best line against Bg5 .

During the analysis of game, author said it's not a good line for black

Still a lot I miss but it's fun to learn something drop by drop I can fill the glass.

https://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1069918

Let me know what you think guys? 

Any suggestions if I miss some concepts.




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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

Another typical concept I am learning is to sac one or two pawns but play with active pieces instead of passive ones so I also loved when he sacrificed the c5 pawn for activity.
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