In the footsteps of Kramnik

King's Indian 9.b4 Bayonet Attack [E97] with IM David Vigorito

In the game Gyimesi - Bromberger the Hungarian GM plays the line that Kramnik lost to Nakamura with, 9...Nh5 10.a4!? f5 11.c5 Nf4 12.Bc4 fxe4 13.Nxe4:

Position after 13 Nxe4

Here Black tried 13...Bg4, which was suggested on ChessPub by Mikhalevski. This move may well be fine, but then Black becomes greedy and grabs a couple of poisoned pawns.

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