From Inside Chess, 1999/3
by Nikolay Minev
Development is of the fullest value when it is harmonious. It is always risky when an opening variation is based, first and foremost, on full development of only one of the wings. And it is especially dangerous when only the queenside is developed, while the pieces of the kingside stay frozen, as in the following two instructive debacles.
Alexander Ianovsky - Sergey Perun
Sicilian Closed [B24]
1.e4 c5 2.Nc3 e6 3.g3 Nc6 ...
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