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Ke3 e4+ f3 Kd3 f2 e3 N. Short-M. Basman, Manchester, 1980 (June) 1 e4 2 d4 3 c4 4 cxb5 5 Bxb5 6 Nc3 7 f3 e6 a6 b5 axb5 Bb7 Bb4 Either White lets the f-file be opened or he opens the long diagonal himself. White choses the lesser evil. 10 ... g5 Tally ho! 11 Bd2 12 f4 13 Ng3 White sticks stolidly to his extra pawn at the expense of hampered kingside development. 7 ... Qh4 + Black exposes the queen to either weaken the long diagonal or disturb the king. 8 Kf1 9 Nge2 10 e5 Ne7 f5 94 Rg8 Black's honeymoon on the kingside is over and he is left with disjointed pieces.
47 48 49 50 51 52 53 f4 + Rxh4 Kg5 Kf6 Kg5 Kf6 Ke6 gxf4 Ke4 e5 Rb6+ Rb8 Kd4 Rb5 Has patient defence been rewarded? It looks like he will capture the stray h-pawn. But Black is ready with the dampener. 45 ... 46 Kg4 h4 + Rb1! The two connected passed pawns will decide: Black is just making heavy weather of it. 54 Kf5 55 Rh1 56 Kg4 57 Re1 + 58 Kf4 59 Ra1 White resigns. Ke3 e4+ f3 Kd3 f2 e3 N. Short-M. Basman, Manchester, 1980 (June) 1 e4 2 d4 3 c4 4 cxb5 5 Bxb5 6 Nc3 7 f3 e6 a6 b5 axb5 Bb7 Bb4 Either White lets the f-file be opened or he opens the long diagonal himself.
Qh4 + Black exposes the queen to either weaken the long diagonal or disturb the king. 8 Kf1 9 Nge2 10 e5 Ne7 f5 94 Rg8 Black's honeymoon on the kingside is over and he is left with disjointed pieces. After the game I decided that 10 ... 0-0 followed by queenside play was better. 13 ... 14 Na4!? c5 Short takes a risk, as this could have been answered by 14 ... Ra5! Better was 14 Nce2 with advantage. 14 ... 15 Nxc5 16 dxc5 17 Qb3 Nd5? Bxc5 Nc6 Black is desperate. He can't even prevent White's b4 because of...