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F6 i s p o s sible 17 . 'l';'txb5+-) 17. iLxe7 'l';'txe7 lB. 'l';'tdl± Black's knight will not escape alive from al. The other capture on d4 looks more playable - 12 ... lLlxf5 lLlxf5 14 . l:td1 'l';'te5 as in Cruz Lo pez Claret - Rodriguez Vargas, Madrid 1992 when 15 . l:td5! (if 15. 'l';'txc4, then 15 . . l:tadBao) 15 . . 'l';'te6 1 6 . lLlg5 'l';'t e 1 + 1 7 . iL f1 g6 lB. 'l';'txc4± still promises White better chances. 'l';'th4 is very real. In the same time the activity of Black's queen on the first rank is only temporary as it is easily 4B repelled by help of lLlg5-f3.
CiJe5! i.. a3±, analysis of A. Adorj an . In case of 13 . . g4 1 4 . CiJe5 ! �xg2 i.. x dl 1 6 . CiJxc6 bxc6 1 7 . z:tacl± White is better again A. Adorjan. In both lines the c4pawn is doomed. a3!? The most promising way to fight for an opening advantage. d5 would lead after 14 . . ttJe7! ( 14 . . dB? dxc6! nxd l 16 . fxdl i.. a 5 1 7 . b4! i.. x b4 19 . ab l a5 2 0 . a3 bxc6 2 1 . a3 i.. ttJxf7 ttJxb2 20. ttJd6 to equality after the series of exchanges in the game Polovo din - Novik, Leningrad 19BB.
11Jh4 Black is unable to cover f5-square from the intrusion of White's knight by 19 . . xg6! fxg6 2 1 . �e6+-. 19 . t>h8 20 . l1Jf5 �e5 23. ; This position arose in Ivani sevic - Scekic, Vrnjacka Banja 1998. White's pieces are much more active in comparison with the situation from the notes to move 13 in variation c2c . Es pecially dangerous is the d-pawn. c4 c5 Black is ready to play Tar rasch Defence. He hopes for a good piece play in the centre in return to a possible isolated pawn on d5.
Chess Praxis - A Supplement to the Chess Player's Handbook by Howard Staunton