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Ia3 axb4 Not now 17 ... iVa4? because of 18 lLlg5! ab1, and the attack has switched clearly to White. • A kiba R u b in s tein (1 8 8 2 - 1 9 6 1 ) Having freed his rook on the queen­ side, Rubinstein turns to the kingside. This move is part of a typically far­ sighted plan to open a second front on that flank. With his king safe and few weaknesses around it, Rubinstein wastes no time in driving forward on the kingside. Pinski's 19 .. ic6, is also good. ixb6, and White wins. 26 �e3 Not 26 ltJc6+?

A kiba R u b in s tein (1 8 8 2 - 1 9 6 1 ) Having freed his rook on the queen­ side, Rubinstein turns to the kingside. This move is part of a typically far­ sighted plan to open a second front on that flank. With his king safe and few weaknesses around it, Rubinstein wastes no time in driving forward on the kingside. Pinski's 19 .. ic6, is also good. ixb6, and White wins. 26 �e3 Not 26 ltJc6+? xc6 27 �f6+ 'it>d7, and White loses. g3! l::ta c1!? ic3, but Black still seems to retain good chances after 2 1 ...

Through studying his father's books, the younger Smyslov secured a firm ground­ ing in the thinking and play of all the great masters. " He also absorbed the more radical ideas of the hypermoderns, particularly of his favourite, Aron Nimzowitsch. This rich chess education clearly paid off for Smyslov, who was not just well-read but al­ ready a very strong player by his early teens. " But what sort of chess world was Smyslov entering into in the mid-1930s? Eve­ ryone understood Steinitz by then and the challenge was to expand in new direc­ tions.

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