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Alternatively, after 5 . . �c5 'lMrxg5t Black wins as the white pieces are far from the kingside. However, please note that if the white pieces 44 Genius in the Background could gather in front of the g-pawn it would be a draw. Miles once drew against Portisch like this, in Tilburg 1 98 1 . %a6 Wc8! attacks the rook while threat ening mate on f5 . 6 . . @xg6 We6t Once again, the rook is lost. 5 ... Widl Black threatens a checkmate in addition to capturing the rook. the win. If the attacking king is cut off, against b- and g- pawns with the defending king in front of the pawn, only with the pawn on the third rank can the attacking side win.
Black forces matters. It is rather risky as he has j ust a narrow path to follow. 2S . . WbS ! may have been more promising. �xc6 �as This decentralization of the queen is rather risky. �xe6 fxe6 (there is also 2B . . WxdB Wb I t Black escapes with a perpetual check. dS �xdS 1 a b c d e f g h 1 6 . . @xd7 Not everyone would have the confidence to play in such an original fashion when needing a draw for a final norm! Wd6 Y2-Y2 Martin - Afek, Oakham 1 993. �xc4 g6 Kallai had a difficult draw with 1 1 .
It turns out that this rook soon has to move further along the 8th rank. ghfl Wfe5 Taking the second pawn with 1 7 . . �xg2 leads to a position with White having nothing 'concrete', yet still retaining a strong initiative for the two pawns. h4 White has strong play on the kingside. g4 lLle7 lonov used the bishop, but Lalic transfers the knight to the kingside. 0-0-O!? This is a brave decision. White certainly has some play if Black takes the f2-pawn, but still not everyone would feel comfortable allowing it.