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However, this move has seriously affected the elasticity of the pawn-structure on this side of the board. by weakening the f3-square. From this point of view. Black is in a better situation: his queenside pawns are more flexi­ ble. Black also has slightly better development. In order to proceed with his queenside play, 78 SECRETS OF CHESS DEFENCE THE SOUL O F CHESS White still needs to connect his rooks and trans­ fer his king to a2. Instead of waiting for the impressive white pawn formation to start ad­ vancing, Spassky prepares to meet it halfway.

B 32 >t;f3 is a shorter transposition to the game. •• As we know, 33 ... 'iWf3+ is more precise. 34 '>l;>d3 "iWdl+ 35 \t>e3 'tlYel+ 36 >t;f3 1-0 The game came to a sudden end here, when Black overstepped the time-limit. However, I could have fought on (because we had an incre­ ment of 5 seconds every move) if I had found an unexpected check in time: M. Gurevich - Marin Batumi Ech 2002 36... "iWhl+ The elimination of this pawn will make the f4- and h4-squares available to the king. How­ ever, as we shall see below, Black can take ad­ vantage of the clearance of the c l -h6 diagonal.

Bdl lZle5 Black has a clear advantage. As Korchnoi points out, Spas sky should have transferred one of the knights to b6, putting White in a critical situation. The rest of the game is not too rele­ vant; Spassky played without a clear plan (see the comment on the 1 9th move) and even al­ lowed his opponent a tactical win at one point. Korchnoi missed his chance and the game was SECRETS OF CHESS DEFENCE 80 adjourned; later, Spassky managed to convert his advantage into a win. We shall now examine the other extreme sit­ uation: instead of using a vanguard of pawns, the attacker throws his pieces into the front line of the battle.

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