The vulnerability of his 3rd rank ...

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4/29/2011 – ... White had to consider when in this position he went for 37.Nf6-h5 pinning the black rook g7. What is your evaluation? This... A) ...decides immediately; B) ...wins an exchange, but not the game;  C) ...is a blunder, Black comes out on top. The solution is here, but first ponder over it with a larger version of the diagram.

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The vulnerability of his 3rd rank ...

... White had to consider when in this position he went for 37.Nf6-h5 pinning the black rook g7. What is your evaluation? This...

A) ...decides immediately;
B) ...wins an exchange, but not the game; 
C) ...is a blunder, Black comes out on top.

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