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If a player of Short's class can risk the KG in top tournaments, then there are no ex­ cuses for the rest of us. •. 24e: after 1 2 'iite 3 ! :tf8+ 37 38 JOJ ATTACKING IDEAS IN CHESS Idea 25 Typical Exchange Sacrifices - One of the most common reasons for sacri­ ficing the exchange is to gain control over a particular colour complex. In the King's In­ dian Defence, for example, a dark-squared bishop is very often worth a rook. (25a) Karpov- Kasparov, New York/Ly­ ons Wch ( 1 1 ) 1990. xe3! Dcb5 but Black also sur­ vived this test) 15 ...

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6 ... ,xf4 ! ,h6 9 'jj'd2 tbbc6 10 tbb5 ! ,b6 7 tbc3 c6 8 tbge2 'jj'f6 9 g3 (breaking Black's kingside grip) 9 ... fxg3 (after 9 .. f5 has been all the rage recently - the critical line is 7 tbc3 tbf6 8 j_xf4 fxe4 9 d5 ! (24b) but practice is still very limited. 2) After 3. , an important move with a large following, but as I've never played it I shall remain mute on the subject. 2b) 4 d4 g4 5 j_xf4 gxf3 6 'jj'xf3 recently claimed the prized scalp of Michael Adams, but I'm not going to vouch for the soundness of the Rosentreter Gambit.

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