Adorjan Speaks the Queen's Indian

Adorjan Speaks the Queen's Indian

GreenLaser
NM GreenLaser
May 2, 2009, 12:00 AM |
15 | Opening Theory

Andras Adorjan was born March 31, 1950. He was a candidate for the world championship. He has written chess books, including four with "Black is OK" in the title. His opponent in this game is Zoltan Ribli, who was born September 6, 1951 and who also has been a candidate. Both of these players are Hungarian and played on their national team when it won the gold medal in the Olympiad of 1978. Adorjan won the championship of Hungary two times, while Ribli won it three times. This game will feature the Queen's Indian, an opening Ribli and Kallai wrote about in "Winning With the Queen's Indian." In this game the last word was Adorjan's. His last move is worth the price of admission!

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