TCh-AUT 2012-13 Rd5,GM Banusz T(HUN)

TWIC 957
The King’s Indian Attack can be tricky to defend against. 

In the feature game, Hungarian GM Banusz defends in classical fashion refusing to give any space advantage on either wing. After white tries to force the issue on the kingside, the defense sprang to life and energetically took over the game.

Bio GM Banusz chessnc
Hungarian Grandmaster (2011). Hungarian U16 Champion in 2005, Hungarian U20 Champion in 2007. 

Best results: 

  • Balaton IM 2004, 
  • 1-2nd; European U18 championship 2007, 3-4th
  • Vila de Sitges Open 2008, 1st
  • Hungarian Open 2009, 3-5th
  • Balaton Open 2010, 1st
  • Budapest FS10 GM 2010, 1-2nd
  • Tenkes Kupa Ozdi L Memorial 2010, 2-4th
  • Zagreb Open 2011, 2-6th
  • Zalakaros Open 2011, 2-6th
  • Porto San Giorgio Open 2011, 1st


GM Banusz,Tamas
Photo Scacchierando via Chessbase


Sommerbauer,N (2444) – Banusz,T (2580) 
King’s Indian Attack[A07]
TCh-AUT 2 East 2012–13 Austria AUT (5.1), 01.12.2012


Position 1
Black has successfully infiltrated white’s position and is looking for the next logical step. What do you recommend for black?

Black to Play

27.Re2

Posted on March 14, 2013, in Banusz T, King's Indian Attack, TCh-AUT 2012-13. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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