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This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us

Chess Lesson and Video:  After the previous chess video and article on the Grunfeld defense, this article will show a game I played using it with the black pieces. My opponent was an International Master from Spain and he needed to go 2 for 2 in the last two games of the tournament to get a GM norm. I expected that he may take some chances and go all out for a win if necessary. Although he was trying to play for a win, he took too many chances. Can you spot the combination I used to win the game?


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