By François Danican Philidor
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17 ... g 3 18 Bd2! Q g 4 + 19 @el g2 20 B x g 2 Q c 6 21 a e 2 Be8 22 Bfl! and wins. 7 dS 8 ed QhS 8 ... 0-0 has been re- ... g. (a) 9 ... cS 10 dcS Q h S 11 Q x g 4 B x h 4 12 Qe2! with advantage t o White. (b) 9 ... Q x d S 10 QxdS B x d S 11 Q c 3 (For some reason, only 11Q x f 4 cS! had been considered here) 11 ... B d 8 12 a x f 4 B x h 4 13 Q d S with a very good game f o r White. (c) 9 ... Q h S 10 Qxg4! B x h 4 11 Q h 2 Qd7!? (11 ... @f6 12 B x h S B x d 4 + 13 @hl B x c 4 14 a x f 4 a x b 2 15 a h 6 with advantage to White) 12 c 3 Q d f 6 13 @el!?
Naturally, Black i s worried a b o u t White playing c4, but ... bS seriously weakens t h e queenside. 10 Qc3 11 Q e S a6 This i s a beautiful s q u a r e f o r t h e knight. Of c o u r s e i t i s unthinkable to play ... Be8 Qd7 White w a n t s t o lure t h e black pawn to b 4 s o t h a t he can play c 4 and create a mobile pawn mass. b4 16 ... 17 a d 1 18 Bxe8 19 c4 aS @xe8 Qb8 Black i s in a desperate s t a t e with his knight and rook tied down defending weak pawns. 20 gel+ @d7 cs Q f 8 (80) a Modern Defence 87 8 6 Modern Defence 22 QxaS!?
But the feeling t h a t I was trying to defend a l o s t cause never deserted me, and indeed a f t e r H Qh6 t h e simple 11 Ee8 seems decisive. There a r e numerous threats: 11 ... E x e s 12 d e QcS+; 11 ... Qg3; H ... g3; and 11 ... QxeS fallowed by 12 g3. QhS 9 10 Q w 4 ... ... I I ... ... much trouble. Previously 12 to connect his rooks and ... Q d 7 with t h e idea of hopes t h a t t h e advance of quickly transferring t h e his c-pawn might disturb knight t o g 4 had been Black's smooth progress.
Analysis of the Game of Chess by François Danican Philidor