D'Amore - Michael Valvo [A08]
New York Masters/New York, NY USA 1990
Better is 8... Qc7 , as Karpov himself switched to in the late 70s.
As Steve Stoyko says, "When White knows where to deploy his dark-squared Bishop in the King's Indian, the game is usually over."
John Hall and Jan Cartier in their book "Modern King's Indian Attack" where this game appears write, "The personable and very talented master Michael Valvo is caught asleep at the switch, though his opponent deserves full credit for his aggressive tactics." Mike immediately resigned rather than submit to something like
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