Two unprotected pieces...

by ChessBase
10/2/2009 – ... in his own camp White had allowed by playing 33.Nxc4 (diagram position), intending to parry the double attack on Nc4/Rf7 after 33...Qd1+ and ...Qd5 with 34.Ne5. How would you assess the situation? A) Black still wins material;  B) White has the advantage;  C) the position is balanced. The solution is here, but first ponder over it with a larger version of the diagram.

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