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Stands that he shouldn't give his oppo­ 25 .. JUeS 26 �b3 WhS 27 IIba2 li'f8? nent a second chance to exchange on f4. Now he is all set for a 29 axb5 axb5 30 l1a7 breakthrough, so Botvinnik vol­ Scotching any hopes Black might untarily concedes the fight for the a­ have had of picking up the f7-bishop. file. 2S .. l1ab8 29 axb5 axbs 30 11a7 With his last move Bronstein has signalled Coordinating the pieces across the whole boa rd Horrible things often happen to the his intention of doubling opponent's king when Bronstein's rook rooks on the a-file with the sequence of reaches the seventh rank.

C7-c5. The Polish Grandmaster would dynamism to allow him to strike one of also seize every opportunity to accu­ his famous tactical blows against their mulate small advantages, such as those king. just mentioned: weakening the white The play of Akiba Rubinstein (1882- centre and grabbing the bishop pair. 75 Chess S e c rets: Th e G i a n ts of Po we r Play So how could Alekhine use power play against such an opponent? d3 so that he gains a tempo. Hence talked about accumulating small ad­ move ...

Nent's assessment. But I have the most powerful weapon in chess: the next move! 20 �g6!! 1-0 Black had to resign as after 20 . . Paulsen New York 1 8 5 7 Sicilian Defence follows. ixc3+ It turns out that the white queen attack. xd3 off from each other, can join forces in Gambit. After 3. . e5 4 c3! (but not 4 beyond hope against Morphy. 12 �xd3 Ue8 13 0-0 Uc8 14 Ub1 �a 5 mating the black king, along with the liJxe5? �a5+) White will gain an initia­ 17 �xd3 exd3 18 0-0-0 15 Uxb7 liJb6 16 g4 h6 17 h4 cxd4 18 g5 pawn on f6 and our hero the knight on tive for the pawn, so Paulsen leads dxe3 19 gxf6 UXC3 f4.

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