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41 42 J OJ A TTA CKING IDEAS IN CHESS Idea 28 - More About a4 28a: after 10 a4 28b: after 1 1 a4! 28c: after 1 3 ltla2 There are many reasons for White to play a4: a) As a prophylactic measure against Black expanding with ... b5 or to prevent Black's a-pawn advancing any further. b) As part of an attack on a black king which has settled on the queenside. c) To open the a-file or to undermine Black's queenside structure when he has ad­ vanced his b-pawn (with the help of a5 when Black has only advanced to b6).

G8! 22 1i'd5+ �e6! 23 1Wxa8 �g7 ! In late summer I got another crack at Jim. This time the setting was a decisive last­ round game in the Civil Service Open. 1i'e3+ 14

D6 29 l:td2 leads to serious trouble on the d-file, while Anand believes that after 28 . xg2+ 30 llxg2 llc7 31 lLlg4! �h8 (White was threatening lLlf6+) 32 'ii'h 3! 'ii'd5 (the only way to stop White's breakthrough with g6 was to play 32 ... xh6! (even if you can't cal­ culate as accurately as Anand, this, or 34 lLlxh6, which also wins though less convinc­ ingly, is an easy move to find) 34 ... gxh6 35 g7+! xg7 (35 ... llxg7 36 llxf8+! xh6 38 'ii'g6 (3lf) 1-0. A beautifully controlled game from Anand.

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