Politiken Cup 2013 Rd4-GM Portisch(HUN)

TWIC 977

Politiken Cup 2013
Veteran GM Portisch used subtle pawn structure management and eventually converted a N-B technical ending for the victory in the Politiken Cup.

GM Portisch,L


More About Helsingor, Denmark(Wikipedia)
Helsingør [hɛlseˈŋøɔ̯ˀ], also known by its English name Elsinore, is a city in Helsingør municipality on the northeast coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. 


It is known internationally as the setting of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The name is derived from *Hals meaning “narrow strait” and it referred to the narrow passage between what is now Elsinore and Helsingborg.



Prior to the Middle Ages it was just a marketplace where people sold goods, including women. About 1200 AD the first church, Sct Olai Church, was built. A number of convents once surrounded the church, but now all that remains is the church building, today the cathedral of the Diocese of Elsinore.

Portisch,L (2479) – Haugli,P (2287) 
Queeen’s Gambit Accepted 3.e3 e5[D20]
Politiken Cup 2013 
Helsingor DEN (4.19), 29.07.2013


Position 1

White voluntarily accepted doubled e-pawns earlier to control d4. What do you recommend for white now?

White to Play

23…f5

Posted on August 3, 2013, in Politiken Cup 2013, Portisch, Queen's Gambit Accepted. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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