By Hans Mueller, Adolf Pawelczak
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Another approach would be 12 ¥d2 ¥e7 13 ¤f3 0-0 14 ¥b5! and White had a bind in Anand,V−Shirov,A/Leon ESP 2000. ¥e7!? Ivanchuk cunningly leaves his queen on d8. 8 ¤f3 0-0 9 a3 a5 Stopping White's queenside expansion with b2−b4 is one of the key elements of Black's opening system. 10 h4?! Exactly what Ivanchuk was hoping for. White carries on with the standard plan as used by Anand and others in this line after Qb6. However, in this case Black can exploit the fact that his queen is still on d8. f6!
This is a brilliant positional move which sucks all the dynamism from Black's kingside pawns and gains control of the dark squares f4 and g5. Anand,V−Morozevich,A/Frankfurt GER 2000. a5!? followed by Ba6 etc. would continue black's plan of gaining space on the queenside. cxd4 9 ¤xd4 ¤xd4 10 cxd4 b4 11 a4 £a5?! This prevents White from gaining space with 12 a5, which would deny the black knight the b6 square, and also prepares Ba6 to exchange off his bad bishop. Nevertheless, the queen isn't entirely happy on a5.
One of the plus points is that Greek Gift ideas are ruled out. 8 ¤f3 c5 9 £d2 ¤c6 10 dxc5 £xc5 11 ¥d3 b5 12 a3! 56 XABCDEFGHY 8r+l+k+-tr( 7+-+n+pzpp' 6p+n+p+-+& 5+pwqpzP-+-% 4-+-+-zP-+$ 3zP-sNL+N+-# 2-zPPwQ-+PzP" 1tR-+-mK-+R! xabcdefghy (Black's system really shows its teeth if White castles queenside. The advancing pawns will soon become menacing to the white king for example 12 ¤e2?! b4 13 0-0-0?! ¥b7 13 £f2 b4!? Korchnoi takes immediate action on the queenside. 14 ¤a4? The knight is horribly placed here.
Aljechin Mensch.und.Werk by Hans Mueller, Adolf Pawelczak