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Black also loses after 3 0 . . B-R3 3 1 P x N B x B 32 N-K4. N x P(B4) 32 R-N6! 3 1 PxP This leads to decisive material gains. B-B3 31 . . 33 R-Rl + ! After 33 R x QP Black can still hold on by 33 . . K-N2 (but not 33 . . B xB ? 3 4 R x NP B-R5 35 R-R l R-B5 3 6 R-R6 + when he can resign). 33 . . If 33 . . K-Nl , 3 4 R x QP wins. 34 B-R6+ K-Nl 35 B xR RxB K-N2 36 R x QP 3 7 B-Q l K-N2 I n spite o f his material advantage White must play carefully, since his opponent, with his control of the black squares, can still resist.
Rx B 30 . . • . • . 14 TiiE QUARTER-FINAL MATCH 31 Q-N4 ? There were many ways for White to win. Besides the strongest continuation 3 1 Q-NS Q-Q l 32 R x R N xR 33 R-Q l Q-B2 34 Q-KS, 3 1 R x R Q x R (3 1 . . N x R 32 Q-K5) 32 P-QR4 ! (White must keep his QR pawn) followed by Q-Q4 was also sufficient. Q-Q l ! 31 . . Now the Black queen breaks out into the open. 35 Q-KB4 Q-B3 32 R x R NxR 33 R-Ql Q-N4+ 36 N-R4 N-B4 34 K-B2 After 36 N-Q7 Q-N7+ 37 K-Nl B xN 38 R xB Q-R8 + 39 K-N2 Q-R7+ 40 K-R3 Q-K3, or 36 N-B4 B x N 37 Q xB Q--N7+ 3 8 Q-K2 Q x P Black has no serious problems.
Q-R4 ! 17 QR-B l P XP! , when White has only one saving move-19 B-Q3 ( 19 P-B4 is bad because of 19 . . R xB, while 19 P-N3 P-KN4 20 BxNP fails to 20 . . B X N) 19 . . P-B5 20 N-Nl Q x Q 21 B xQ, buc afrer 2 1 . N-K4 Black has at least an equal game. This line was suggested by a listener ac one of my lectures; unfortunately, I don't know his name. The above line confirms our conclusion that White has not played the opening too well. After the move played, the position becomes blocked. Any anempt to .