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Tlfd 1 and White's lead in development almost compen sates for the slight material deficit) 1 3 . . lt:Jh5 ( 1 3 . . lt:Jxe4 �fS also wasn 't bad) 1 4 . tt:Jxf4 'ifes ( 1 s . . Afs ) 1 6 . lt:Jxg6 'ifxe4 1 7 . \lfhS ! ) 1 9 . . �. xc 6 bxc6 2 2 . l:txc6 �b7 = Tukmakov-Stein, Sochi 1 9 7 0 , Round 7 . The game ended in a draw, but no-one ever repeated the ex travagant knight lunge in this position. 1 3. �b3xf7+ Correct is 1 3 . f3 ! �d7 ( 1 3 . . �c8 ! ) 1 4 . lt::l x f7 l:txf7 1 S . 'ifxb 7 with better chances, but I'd overlooked a hidden defensive resource for Black.
LfhS ! ) 1 9 . . �. xc 6 bxc6 2 2 . l:txc6 �b7 = Tukmakov-Stein, Sochi 1 9 7 0 , Round 7 . The game ended in a draw, but no-one ever repeated the ex travagant knight lunge in this position. 1 3. �b3xf7+ Correct is 1 3 . f3 ! �d7 ( 1 3 . . �c8 ! ) 1 4 . lt::l x f7 l:txf7 1 S . 'ifxb 7 with better chances, but I'd overlooked a hidden defensive resource for Black. 1 3 . 1 4. 'ifd 1 b3? f3 ! �c8 ! lt::l b 5 , although it's no longer as strong as it would have been a move earlier. 1 4 . l:ta8-f8?
T:t 1 6. �c4xf7+! 1 7. Yc2xc5 1 8. �f4xe5 LS LS LS a: � �e8xf7 �f8xc5 : b8-b5 1 8 . . �d6 . 1 9. 20. 21 . 22. 23. a 1 -d 1 b4xc5 l:td1 -d5 �c5-b6 :h8-d8 c6-c5 �b6xc5 1 -0 It's hard to overestimate the psycholog ical effect of such wins. Alekhine was inspired, went on to win the next two games, and never let his initiative slip. As a result the return match ended in a convincing vicwry and the World Championship title returned to Alekhine. What conclusions can be drawn from that confrontation?