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The knight's attack on White, who has not yet castled, can complete equalization. f4!! enormous pressure that White would game speedily assumes a most ani­ be able to exert on e6, the pawn that mated appearance. Rubinstein Carlsba d 1923 Queen 's Gambit shelters it. On the other hand, if Black re­ "This move (13 ... c5), which goes against the general principle of not open­ ing up fresh lines to a better-developed op­ ponent, is dictated by the wish to elimi­ II (Alekhine's italics) In other words, Rubinstein feels obliged to punish Alekhine's positional moved the knight with .

And besides, b4 a6 19 a4 'iie 7 20 �abl b5 21 oltg2 solely to avoid getting in the way of the after l2Jg4 22 oltd2 l2Jf6 23 :b2 work of the 'more important' pieces g3xf4, his bishop might become active down the a-file. tM. Why should I allows that? I think most of us would fall for ... txf4 White recaptures Anyway, I can play . . iLxf4 any time I Bronstein's positional trap. " do we see the role that the 'harmless' 28 l2Jd3 ! bishop on el is going to play in mating and On the contrary, Bronstein under­ the black king.

Sive pose, while the black bishop on c8 one extra pawn. 16 f4! has yet to enter the game. Nevertheless, when it comes to tri­ 58 a But you can be sure that a strong after a subsequent 17 .. £3 or Now Morphy begins to breathe his modem player wouldn't have played tactical ingenuity into his pieces. c4+ your pieces into the game before the 15 .. f5? The bishop returns to a post that 59 Op e n i n g Old (a nd N e w) Wo u n ds Ch ess Se crets: The G ia n ts of P o w e r Play has become even more powerful after ing u p the exchange to gain a secure the weakening 15 ...

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