Hold your horses...

7/19/2010 – ... before taking the enemy ones, White thought here when he played 34.Nb4-c2, controlling the square a1 and planning to capture the pinned Nb6 afterwards. How is Black's position now? A) winning B) losing C) a shade worse.  The solution is here, but first ponder over it with a larger version of the diagram.

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Hold your horses before taking the enemy ones, White thought here when he played 34.Nc2, controlling the square a1 and planning to capture the pinned Nb6 afterwards. How is Black's position now?

A) winning
B) losing
C) a shade worse.

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