By Melissa A. Sutherland
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Kg7 does not save Black. For example: 36. Rxd1 Rxd1 37. Rd4 Qf1 38. Rxd1 Qxd1 39. Qg5 Qd7 40. Qf6+ Kg8 41. Be3 Kh7 42. h4, with the threat of Bh6. 36. Bf8 Black resigns White was able to dominate the dark squares with only his queen and bishop, while their Black counterparts were functionally out of the game. Learning Exercise 2- 1: Opposite- color bishop as “top dog” Petrosian — Polugaevsky Candidates’ Match, 4th Game, 1970 Page 15 Diagram 44 Position after Black’s 28th move Examine this position and evaluate White’s next move.
Nxh4 15. Bg5, with a promising attack. 15. Qxh4 Nxh4 16. Nb6 Rb8 The rook would stand even worse on a7. 17. Bf4 Nf5 On 17. Rd8, 18. c5 is also good for White. Diagram 71 Position after 17. Nf5 18. d5! The point of Anand’s combination, removing the pawn from attack and making prisoners of the bishop on c8 and the rook on b8. 18. Re8 19. Kf1 h6 Page 11 20. h3 Re4 21. Bh2 cxd5 22. g4 Now if the Black knight leaves his post on f5, White plays Bxd6 and wins the rook on b8. Diagram 72 Position after 22.
This strategy eventually decided the outcome of the game. ********** Game 12 Hort — Alburt Decin, 1977 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. d5 b5 4. cxb5 a6 5. bxa6 g6 6. Nc3 Bxa6 7. Nf3 d6 8. Page 13 g3 Bg7 9. Bg2 Nbd7 10. 0- 0 Nb6 Diagram 75 Position after 10. Nb6 In the Benko Gambit, tactics almost always take a secondary role, and moves made early in the opening such as ... O- O and ... Rfb8 are almost automatic. But there are no rules without exceptions, and Black has been forced to adopt some effective but non- standard approaches to counter deployments of the White pieces that could create serious problems for Black’s plan.
1234 Modern End-Game Studies by Melissa A. Sutherland