VASSILY IVANCHUK vs ARTUR YUSUPOV – Candidates Match 1991 (rapid)
In chess you want to attack on both sides of the board but one of the best chess games proves the contrary: this is the match between Ivanchuk and Yusupov played at the Candidates Match in 1991.
This game features the King’s Indian Defense.
Once Ivanchuk allows Yusupov to advance the pawn on e3, the latter begins to destroy white’s kingside with 2 knights, queen and bishops as support.
Black only made one move on the queenside in the last 20 moves of the match!
This game shows how to destroy the kingside!
You can find the game below:
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