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Sunday, May 22, 2011

 

Short-Kasparov Game 6

Short's first attempt at the Fischer-Sozin came in game 6, which you can follow on your own with this link. After missing out on decent opportunities from the ultra-sharp 6. Bg5 lines against the Najdorf, Short opted for the nearly-as-sharp 6. Bc4, and with an early f4-f5, tried to crack open the long diagonal for the light-squared bishop. A subsequent ...e5 by Kasparov seemed a serious positional concession until Nigel's b4!? offered a concession in return for an attack. Fortunately you don't have to hear my nonsense about this game, because it was covered very well by others...





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