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After some silence I'm here again :-(
About couple weeks ago, I read an article about trippled pawns. I remembered I had one game here (at GK) when I suggested to tripple my pawns but it didn't happen (unfortunately). That was after my move 28. Qb4 in the game: board #1002838
Short story aout that game:
After weak move I had to fight very hard (and long time) to gain some kind of equality. And only after that mentioned move I started to breath more easily.
Had you some interesting positions with trippled pawns (and could comment them as well)?
I appreciate any commentaries on that mentioned my game too (then I'd to share my notes on it too).
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I know of Irish pawn centres
I like tripled pawns.
With 3 triple isolated pawns, One get immense control of the centre.
At some points they can be weaknesses, but on the other hand they can restrict your opponents choices.It really depends on the postion.
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Some example from 'classic'
I've just remembered a game from the top level Smyslov-Botvinnik, 19th, 1954