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Old Feb 08, 2014, 7:50pm   #336
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Yeah Basically. Nakamura even missed Nc8, played Nc4.
Computers basically say d6 went from forced win to somewhat even.
Nakamura was in time pressure

Why the position is kind of unique is its a middle game zugzwang.
After almost any move but 1.d6, and black just loses.

Say 1. Ka2, black cant move queen or rook, Nd6 just loses the knight other knight moves allows d6, and moving the b pawn allows for the d6 and now blacks queen is blocked from joining any attack on whites king through the b file.

Last edited by joeyjoejoejr; Feb 08, 2014 at 8:07pm.
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