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By Mikhail Botvinnik

ISBN-10: 0080211380

ISBN-13: 9780080211381

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K-K4 53 R-Ql . 53 R-QNl K-K4 55 R-Kl 54 R-Ql K-B5 Black resigned. SPASSKY-KARPOV, 411i GAME 35 Game 4. Caro-Kann Defence Spassky-Karpov April 19th P-QB3 4 NxP B-B4 t P-K4 P-Q4 5 N-N3 B-N3 2 P-Q4 PxP 6 P-KR4 3 N-QB3 continuatio more enterprising n than 6 N-B3 N-Q2 7 B-Q3, This is a second game and repeated in the sixth. the as was played in 3 P-K 9 B--Q3 R B xB 6 ... 10 Q x B P-K3 N-Q2 7 N-B3 1 1 P-N3 B-R2 8 P-RS would have been better. B--Q2 or all. difficulties at KN-B3 1 3 B-B3 11 . Q-R4+ 12 B-N2 This leads to further simplification.

Or 42 . . P-N5 43 N-Q6 P x P+ 44 K-B l. P-K5 43 N-Q6 R-Q2 45 P x N 44 N-B5 + NxN There is no good advice that one can give Black. Besides his material advantage, White has two passed pawns. 46 P x P NxP R-K2 47 B--R4 Preventing 48 &-K8. On 47 . . R-QB2, 48 R-N6 ! would follow. 4 8 R(Nl )-Kl N-B4 If 48 . . B xP, then 49 &-B2 (or 4 9 P-Q6 followed by &-B2). 49 R xR+ BxR 5 1 R-QRl K-B3 B-Ql 50 B--B 2 52 P-Q6 N-Q2 Or 52 . . K-K4 53 R-Ql . 53 R-QNl K-K4 55 R-Kl 54 R-Ql K-B5 Black resigned. SPASSKY-KARPOV, 411i GAME 35 Game 4.

P-N5 30 N-KB1 N(Q2)-B3 3 1 N-K3 K-Q3 32 P-N3, by exchanging his KRP for Black's QNP, White again obtains an equal ending. 30 P-R4! The simplest way to a draw. By diverting the Black king to the Q-side, White achieves essential simplification on the K-side. 30 . . K-N5 P xP 33 N-B7 N-B2 31 P xP N(Q2)-B3 34 N-Q8 32 N-K5 K-B4 35 N-K2 The QRP is no weaker than Black's KP. 35 . . NxP 3 7 N(Q8) xP N-1<2 36 N-Q4 N-Q4 38 N x BP! Clears the board completely. 38 . . NxN 40 K-B2 NxP 39 P-N4 N-R5 + Or 40 .

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