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White's advantage would be considerable. Black has a little more space on the queenside and would desperately hate this scenario. For this reason he has only one choice. 8 7 6 5 4 24 ... b3! This pawn sacrifice is the only way for Black to keep level chances. 3 2 1 a b c d e f g h 32 ... hb3!? A committal decision. White does not want to give away the b4-square without getting something in return - a pawn. h5 E:xa4. • 3. Efimenko - Short Mukachevo (2) 2009 a b c d e f g h This leads to wildly unclear play with chances for both sides.
C5! J a4 was also very strong. g 4 h 17 ... lb7 Black cannot avoid losing material. Mter 1 9 . . Jd4 Black cannot defend the e6-pawn. id5 3 2 a b c d e f g h Black can at least fight on for a while. So White's last move was probably inaccurate. �fl would both have won immediately. Chapter 1 8. - Squares Eljanov - Radjabov Wijk aan Zee 2008 a a c b 55 d f e g h 25 ... f5! The strongest move. Black undermines the white centre and especially the d5-pawn; all reliant on a tactical point. 25 ... e5 is perhaps also better for Black, but it needlessly gives White a lot of counterplay.
25 . . ± and Black has no satisfactory way to defend the f7 -pawn. For example: 26 ... ilg7?! , with the point 29 ... ig5 t and Black is mated. �f3 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 a b c d e f g h Grandmaster Preparation - Strategic Play 58 White has a fantastic position. An important point is that 28 . . h7t! :B:f4, with a double threat on f7 and c6. :B:gl The threat of h4-h5 forces Black's hand. '1Wxg4
Catalog of Chess Mistakes by Andrew Soltis