Defusing White's threat e4-e5 ...

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7/11/2011 – ... and counterattacking e4 was Black's intention when here he unpinned his d-pawn with 26...Nc5. After this his position is ... A) ... fine B) ... equal C) ... lost The solution is here, but first ponder over it with a larger version of the diagram.

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Defusing White's threat e4-e5 ...

... and counterattacking e4 was Black's intention when here he unpinned his d-pawn with 26...Nc5. After this his position is ...

A) ... fine
B) ... equal
C) ... lost

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