By Iossif Dorfman
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D5 Isolati ng the b5-pawn. ••• 14 �a7?! A srrange choice. ltla7 against Arakhamia in a Ruy Lopez. but it was under very differenr condirions. 1tla5 From here the play mighr have developed in several ways. with both sides potentially sacrificing material. �bd2?? g4-+) 1 5 ... c4?! axb5 �b6 Black is quite active. ia4 Once again, as in many of these lines, it is hard ro judge the extent of Black's compensation in this murky and irregular position. c6 This looks natural, although once again there are rwo worthy alrernatives.
D4! 5 Black is rather awkwardly placed in the 4 3 There are a lot of unusual tactics here. The best centre, and he has problems developing his queenside. He would like to play ... �a4! b c d e f g h Karpov takesadvantage cfthe unconventional placement of the a5-bishop to play against the c5-pawn. Perhaps his experiences in the Closed Sicilian helped him, as the c5-pawn can sometimes be attacked there too. x-ray attack along the c-file makes this move difficult to carry out. ll dxc4 ... liJxd4 White is a bit better.
E6 Black keeps a strong initiative. fldl a b c d e f g h By now the attack is unstoppable. S:hl Or 27J�gl S:adB. ixg3t! %Yxg3 S:e2t And Black wins. ih5 This is objectively wrong, as it virtually sacrifices the bishop. On the other hand, from a practical perspective at least it led to some complications. 8 7 The alternative was 1 9 . te6, hoping to eliminate the bishop on dS and basing his play on the d3-pawn. k3! te2) 20... f5 (20 ... f4! ltld4 And White wins. 'Bf3 White is a piece up and completely winning.
El método en ajedrez by Iossif Dorfman