TWIC 1135 August 9-2016
This issue’s five featured games from TWIC 1135.
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Bogo-Indian 4.Bd2 Qe7(E11)
White used a modest buildup to reach a positionally crushing position.
Queen’s Indian 4.g3 Bb7(E18)
White started well, lost control but was handed the game after Black made a large positional concession after ..c6
King’s Indian Classical 9.b4(E97)
White followed theory which included a piece for 2 pawns sacrifice. Black could not get anything going on the kingside and was playing without his queenside pieces.
Sicilian Taimanov 6.g3(B47)
Black took some risks to get winning chances and managed to reach a complex unbalanced endgame.
Sicilian Taimanov 7.Qf3(B48)
White played the standard sacrifice 11.Nxb5
Later after 19..Rhc8(Diagram)
White has a reached an innocuous looking unbalanced. Find a plan and suggest a move.
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Today’s Lunch Adventure
I was taken to a Thai restaurant quite Kalvin ter.