Games
[Event "Bucharest"] [Site "Bucharest"] [Date "2021.06.09"] [Round "5"] [White "Lupulescu, Constantin"] [Black "Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "A13"] [WhiteElo "2656"] [BlackElo "2770"] [Annotator "Bojkov,Dejan"] [PlyCount "76"] [EventDate "2021.??.??"] [WhiteTeam "Romania"] [BlackTeam "Azerbaijan"] [WhiteTeamCountry "ROU"] [BlackTeamCountry "AZE"] {[%evp 0,76,19,27,26,12,5,-13,11,-7,58,55,59,47,38,-4,-7,-24,5,5,10,9,-9,19,17, 0,42,1,20,10,6,-50,-41,-37,-14,-26,-31,-15,-9,-9,-9,-9,-5,-5,-1,-5,4,-6,-3,0, -20,-10,-16,-31,-27,-124,-53,-39,-30,-21,-14,-37,1,-32,-6,-22,-9,-44,-18,-151, -202,-343,-448,-490,-490,-554,-572,-1009,-1428]} 1. Nf3 d5 2. e3 e6 3. c4 Be7 { "Today I wanted to play some interesting game, I took some risk and I played some absolutely different line." (Mamedyarov) Kasparov remembered that Romanishin used a similar idea in the past.} ({Usually the knight stands there of course} 3... Nf6 4. b3 c5 5. Bb2 Nc6 6. cxd5 exd5 7. Bb5 Bd6 8. O-O O-O 9. Bxc6 bxc6 10. Nc3 Bg4 {Carlsen,M (2862)-Giri,A (2764) Online 2021}) 4. b3 Bf6 5. Nc3 Ne7 6. Bb2 ({White could have also tried to obstruct the opponent's normal development with} 6. Ba3 $5 {However here Lupulescu might not have liked the change of the pawn structure with} dxc4 7. bxc4 ({Still} 7. Bxc4 { looks advantageous for White.}) 7... Bxc3 8. dxc3 Qxd1+ 9. Rxd1 Nbc6) 6... c5 7. Qc2 Nbc6 8. Na4 $146 {Mamedyarov did not like this novelty and considered it a mistake.} ({Black was doing fine after} 8. a3 b6 9. Be2 Bb7 10. cxd5 exd5 11. O-O O-O 12. Rac1 Rc8 13. Bd3 h6 14. Ne2 Qd6 15. Nf4 Bxb2 16. Qxb2 Rfd8 { Jorgensen,A (1803)-Bengtsson,J (1985) Helsingor 2018} 17. Rfe1 d4 18. Be4 Re8 19. Nh5 g6 20. Ng3 Rcd8 21. b4 cxb4 22. axb4 dxe3 23. dxe3 Qb8 24. Red1 Rxd1+ 25. Rxd1 Rd8 26. Rxd8+ Qxd8 27. b5 Na5 28. Bxb7 Nxb7 29. Qa1 Na5 30. Qf6 Qc7 31. e4 Nc8 32. e5 Qe7 33. Qf4 Kg7 34. Ne4 Qd7 35. g4 Qd8 36. h4 Nb3 37. Nd6 Nxd6 38. exd6 Nc5 39. g5 hxg5 40. hxg5 Qd7 41. Qf6+ Kg8 42. Ne5 Qc8 43. Qe7 Qf8 44. Nd7 Qc8 45. Nf6+ Kg7 46. d7 Nxd7 47. Nxd7 Qc1+ 48. Kg2 Qc4 49. Qf8+ { 1-0 (49) Jorgensen,A (1803)-Bengtsson,J (1985) Helsingor 2018}) ({He suggested instead the preliminary trade} 8. cxd5 exd5 9. Na4 {and intended to play the irregular position after} b6 ({There was also} 9... Qd6 {which he missed.} { Stockfish 14:} 10. Bxf6 ({Stockfish 14:} 10. Rc1 b6 11. d4 cxd4 12. Nxd4 Nxd4 13. Bxd4 Bxd4 14. exd4 O-O 15. Bd3 g6 16. Qc7 Qb4+ 17. Qc3 Nc6 18. Qxb4 Nxb4 19. Bb1 Bb7 20. Kd2 Rac8 21. Rhd1 Nc6 22. Kc3 Ne5+ 23. Kd2 $11 {[%eval 0,32]}) 10... Qxf6 11. Qb2 Qxb2 12. Nxb2 Bg4 13. Bb5 Bxf3 14. gxf3 b6 15. Rg1 O-O 16. f4 Rac8 17. h4 Rfd8 18. h5 Nf5 19. Be2 Nce7 20. Rc1 Nd6 21. Nd3 Rc7 22. Bf3 Kf8 23. Bg4 Ne4 24. Bf3 Nd6 {[%eval 0,32]}) 10. Bxf6 gxf6 11. d4 {(Mamedyarov)} cxd4 12. exd4 Bg4 $1) 8... b6 9. Bxf6 gxf6 10. cxd5 Qxd5 {That is the point. Black transfers his queen to the kingside and starts pressurizing from there.} 11. Nc3 Qh5 12. Ne4 {Active play by Lupulescu.} ({The other active try was} 12. Qb2 $5 Qg6 13. a3 {intending b3-b4, which Black can easily stop} a5) 12... Qg6 13. Nh4 ({Mamedyarov liked the possible endgames} 13. Nd6+ Kf8 14. Qxg6 hxg6 { "I think it is not easy to play it as White." (Mamedyarov)}) 13... Qh6 14. Nd6+ {Sooner or later White needs to trade the enemy bishop.} (14. g3 O-O {would have been another way to play it.}) 14... Kf8 15. Nxc8 ({How dangerous the black bishop may become demonstrates the following line} 15. g3 Kg7 16. Bg2 Nb4 17. Qc3 Ba6 $1 18. Bxa8 Rxa8 {and the white king is permanently weak.}) 15... Rxc8 16. g3 Rd8 17. Be2 Kg7 {Black consolidates and from here on will constantly create various threats and tricks to pressurize his opponent.} 18. a3 Rd6 19. f4 Rhd8 20. Rd1 f5 21. Nf3 ({In hindsight, an easier defense would have been} 21. Qb2+ {in order to try and force the queen swap} Qf6 22. Qxf6+ Kxf6 23. Nf3 {The endgame should be a draw.}) 21... Nd5 {First, there is the pressure along the d-file.} 22. O-O Kg8 23. Rb1 a5 24. Bb5 Nce7 25. Rfd1 ({ Here is a typical trick:} 25. Ne5 Nxe3 26. dxe3 Rd2 {(Mamedyarov)}) ({However, from a defensive stand-point the maneuver} 25. Rf2 Nf6 26. Rg2 {made sense. The rook is fianchettoed, but White's kingside is safe. Black can still annoy the opponent with} Ng4 {though.}) 25... Nf6 26. Bf1 Ng4 27. h3 ({There are more problems along the d-file if White is not careful:} 27. b4 axb4 28. axb4 cxb4 29. Rxb4 Nxe3) ({Probably Lupulescu needed to defend with} 27. Rbc1 $5 { in order to free himself at a good moment.} Kh8 ({Although Black can pressurize further with} 27... Ng6) 28. b4 axb4 29. axb4 cxb4 30. Qb2+) 27... Nf6 28. d3 Nc6 29. Re1 ({It was not too late to "fianchettoe" the rook} 29. Rd2 Qg7 30. Rg2) 29... Qg7 30. Qf2 Kh8 31. Kh2 Rg8 32. Be2 {Lupulescu was getting low on time and this affected his defense.} ({Here} 32. Ne5 $5 Nd5 33. Nc4 Rdd8 34. Rbc1 {might have been a better choice.}) 32... Nd5 {More and more tricks.} 33. Bf1 {And this turns out to be a mistake. The bishop blocks the rook for a moment and that is all Mamedyarov needs.} (33. Rbc1 $2 {would allow Black's main idea} Nxe3 34. Qxe3 Qxg3+ 35. Kh1 Qxh3+ 36. Nh2 Qxe3 {and wins. (Mamedyarov)}) ({However} 33. Rg1 $1 {was called for, with defendable position. }) 33... e5 $1 {Opens the sixth rank for the rook at once.} 34. fxe5 { Lupulescu goes for a forcing line, but it has a flaw.} ({After the only defense } 34. Nh4 {Black intended to mount pressure with} Nce7 ({Another way to gain some edge would be} 34... exf4 35. exf4 Qd4 36. Qd2)) 34... Rg6 $1 35. Nh4 Rxg3 36. d4 {Capitulation.} ({It was probably here when Lupulescu found out with horror that the planned} 36. Nxf5 {loses spectacularly to} Rf3 $3 37. Nxg7 (37. Qxf3 Qg1#) 37... Rxf2+ 38. Kg1 Rf3 39. Kg2 Nxe5) 36... Qg5 37. Ng2 cxd4 38. exd4 Nxd4 {White's position collapses and he gives up.} (38... Nxd4 39. Qxd4 Rxg2+) 0-1 [Event "Sochi"] [Site "Sochi"] [Date "2021.07.24"] [Round "4.3"] [White "Andreikin, Dmitry"] [Black "Ivic, Velimir"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "A49"] [WhiteElo "2740"] [BlackElo "2324"] [Annotator "Bojkov,Dejan"] [PlyCount "162"] [EventDate "2021.??.??"] {[%evp 0,162,19,27,17,9,9,0,6,-43,-24,-17,-20,4,15,14,26,12,19,17,31,37,19,-8, 9,4,9,9,12,12,12,17,24,21,36,28,33,23,35,8,13,3,106,-4,0,0,-32,-39,-45,-43,0,0, 0,0,0,0,-168,-145,-119,-103,-109,-107,-109,-122,-17,-53,-49,-4,-40,-4,0,-53, -53,-47,-47,-111,-50,-111,-104,-131,-119,-114,-108,-107,-103,-131,-156,-157, -88,-138,-116,-110,-110,-168,-142,-144,-84,-74,-86,-90,-77,-78,-78,-75,-83, -102,-108,-110,-83,-78,-83,-84,-54,-46,-39,-43,-45,-68,-68,-136,-119,-143,-122, -79,-125,-151,-73,-145,-111,-75,-43,-94,-107,-105,-22,-142,-3,-89,-56,-38,-39, -633,-1010,-1174,-1254,-1383,-1489,-28503,-1256,-1303,-29204,-29979,-643,-636, -636,-636,-641,-641,-677,-29989,-29990,-29991,-29992,-29999,-30000]} 1. Nf3 Nf6 2. b3 g6 3. Bb2 Bg7 4. g3 O-O 5. Bg2 d6 6. d4 {The doubled fianchetto is an anti-KID line, which both Andreikin and Artemiev love and play with pleasure.} a5 {One of the ways to fight for equality, in the spirit of the Grunfeld defense.} ({The world champion chose instead} 6... b5 7. O-O Bb7 8. Qd3 a6 9. Nbd2 c5 10. dxc5 dxc5 11. a4 Qxd3 12. cxd3 Nbd7 {and did well in Artemiev,V (2709)-Carlsen,M (2847) Online 2021}) 7. c4 a4 {Consistent.} ({Black can also swap a pair of knights at once with} 7... Ne4 8. Nc3 Nxc3 9. Bxc3 {but Ivic will do this later. Another top game went} c6 10. O-O Nd7 11. Qc2 Nf6 12. e4 d5 13. e5 Ne4 14. Nd2 Nxc3 15. Qxc3 e6 16. Rfe1 b5 17. cxb5 cxb5 18. a3 {Howell,D (2663)-Lagarde,M (2657) Online 2020}) 8. Nbd2 a3 $1 $146 {This is a novelty that looks just fine.} ({Although Black also did quite well after} 8... c5 9. O-O Qc7 10. Qc2 Nc6 11. Bc3 Bf5 12. Qd1 Ne4 13. Nxe4 Bxe4 14. e3 axb3 15. axb3 Qb6 {Jaferian,K (2163)-Shtembuliak,E (2620) Online 2021}) 9. Bc3 c5 10. O-O ({ It is not easy to stabilize the position in the center as} 10. d5 e6 {opens it in Black's favor.}) 10... Nc6 11. e3 ({Here too} 11. d5 {allows Black a chance to counterattack with} Nb4 12. Ne1 b5 $1) 11... Bf5 12. Qe2 ({It is not that easy to bother the bishop:} 12. Nh4 Bg4) 12... Ne4 13. Nxe4 Bxe4 {Now that a pair of knights has been swapped, Black has enough room for his pieces to maneuver. The central pressure is also favorable for him. All in all, Ivic has equalized with ease.} 14. Rfd1 e6 15. Rac1 {We can now appreciate the young Serbian's novelty. With the a-file locked, Andreikin finds it hard to form an active plan. There is no b2-square for his queen, no doubling along the a-file, and the pawn on a2 is a potential weakness.} ({The play a la the Queen's Indian } 15. Bf1 {which attempts to avoid the swap of the light-squared bishop can be met with} Qe7 16. Ne1 g5 $1 {and Black is doing great.}) 15... Qe7 16. Ne1 { Finally Andreikin agrees to swap another pair of pieces.} ({If} 16. Bf1 e5 { is good for Black.}) 16... Bxg2 17. Nxg2 cxd4 18. exd4 d5 {Ivic tries to fix the enemy pawns on the color of his own bishop, but this plan has a concrete flaw.} 19. Ne3 {But Andreikin misses the moment.} ({Strong is} 19. cxd5 $1 exd5 20. Qxe7 Nxe7 21. Bb4 {when White would put pressure on the enemy pawns first after} Rfe8 22. Ne3 Nc6 23. Bc5 Red8 24. Rc3 $1 {followed by Ne3-c2!}) 19... Rfd8 20. c5 b6 $1 {Now Black takes over the initiative.} 21. Qb5 {A risky affair.} ({As} 21. cxb6 Qb7 22. Qb5 Ra6 {regains the pawn with an excellent position.}) 21... Na7 $1 {Ivic felt that the queen might get trapped in his camp.} 22. Qxb6 Rdb8 23. Qa6 ({Safer is} 23. Qd6 Qxd6 24. cxd6 Nb5 {but then Black would be just much better, thanks to his better pawn structure and powerful light pieces.}) 23... Nb5 24. Qc6 Qd8 {Overprotecting the d5-spot and keeping White from sacrificing his knight for a pair of central pawns.} (24... h5 $5 {at once is very good as well.}) 25. Ba1 h5 $1 {That is an important part of Ivic's plan. The white knight is deprived of the g4-square.} ({Why this is important is demonstrated by the line} 25... Nc7 26. Qd6 Qxd6 27. cxd6 Nb5 28. Rc6 Rd8 29. Ng4 $1) ({And if Black tries to trap the enemy queen with} 25... Qa5 {then White would surely sacrifice his knight with} 26. Nxd5 $1 exd5 27. Qxd5 {[%csl Rc5,Rd4][%cal Rd4d5,Rc5c6] for a pair of strong passers.}) 26. Ng2 {For the moment, the knight releases the pressure from the d5-pawn, and this could have been lethal for White.} ({The computer suggestion} 26. b4 Nc7 27. Qd6 Qxd6 28. cxd6 Nb5 29. d7 Kf8 {does not solve his problems at all.}) 26... Bf8 $1 {Slowly surrounding the queen.} ({However, there are even better alternatives:} 26... Qa5 $1 {intends to trap the queen after, say} 27. Ne3 Ra6 28. Qd7 ({Therefore White should try instead} 28. Nxd5 Rxc6 29. Ne7+ Kh7 30. Nxc6 Qa8 {but it is obvious that White would not get enough for the queen.}) 28... Ra7 29. Qc6 Rc7 $1) ({And another way to trap milady is} 26... Bh6 $1 { Not letting her noble knight come to the rescue} 27. Ne3 Bxe3 28. fxe3 Qa5 { and wins as above.}) 27. Ne3 $1 {Andreikin quickly realizes his mistake and finds a chance to keep fighting.} Nc7 28. Nc4 $1 {That's the only way.} dxc4 29. bxc4 Na6 ({Strong is to deal with the pawns at once with} 29... e5 $1 { with the idea} 30. d5 ({Or} 30. dxe5 Qc8 $1) 30... Ra6 $1) 30. Qf3 Qg5 ({ Here the passers could be tempted with} 30... Bg7 31. Bc3 Qf8 {preparing e6-e5! }) 31. c6 Qf5 {In any case, Ivic is winning, but from here on the players are desperately lacking time.} (31... h4 $5) 32. Qxf5 gxf5 33. d5 exd5 34. cxd5 Bd6 35. Rc4 ({Stronger is to try and bring the passers into motion with} 35. f4 Nc7 36. Be5 $1) 35... Rb4 (35... Nc7 $5) (35... Rb5 $5) 36. Rc3 Nc7 37. Rf3 Rab8 38. Kg2 ({And here White needs to get rid of the potential passer with} 38. Rxa3 $1 Rb1 39. Rad3 Rxd1+ 40. Rxd1 Ra8) 38... Rb1 39. Rxb1 Rxb1 40. Bf6 Rb5 ({ A neater win would be} 40... Nxd5 $1 41. Rxf5 Nxf6 42. Rxf6 Be7) 41. Rxf5 Rxd5 42. Rf3 $1 {Andreikin knows that there are no chances for him without the rooks.} Ne6 43. h4 Kh7 {Ivic feels the danger and safeguards his king.} (43... Kf8 $5 {would be good too.}) ({But Black should definitely avoid} 43... Rd2 44. Rf5 Rxa2 $2 (44... Kh7 $1 {still works for Black.}) 45. Rxh5 Ng7 46. Rg5 Bf8 47. Bxg7 Bxg7 48. Rc5 $1 {and White is out of danger.}) 44. Ba1 f5 45. Re3 $1 { Andreikin is one of the greatest rapid and blitz specialists in the world and would not give up without a fight. Every move he plays is a threat; every move improves something in his position.} Nc7 46. Bf6 Rc5 ({Here, though,} 46... Rd2 $1 {picking up the a2-pawn would be faster.}) 47. Be7 Nb5 {Missing White's idea.} ({Instead} 47... Nd5 $1 48. Bxd6 Nxe3+ 49. fxe3 Rxc6 50. Bxa3 Rc3 51. Bd6 Rxe3 {should still win for Black.}) 48. Bxd6 Nxd6 {The more important of the minor pieces has been traded by White, and he now has a chance against the knight.} 49. Re7+ Kg8 50. c7 Kf8 51. Rd7 Ne8 52. Rh7 (52. Rd5 $1 Rxc7 53. Rxf5+ Kg8 54. Rxh5 Rc2 55. Ra5 Rxa2 56. g4 {would lead to the same.}) 52... Rxc7 53. Rxh5 Rc2 54. Rxf5+ Kg7 55. Ra5 Rxa2 56. g4 $1 {Suddenly it is a draw as the white rook and pawns find common language.} Nd6 57. g5 ({Also good is} 57. h5 $1 Nc4 (57... Ne4 58. Kf3 Nxf2 59. g5) 58. Ra7+ Kf6 59. Ra6+ Kg7 ({Black also has to be careful:} 59... Kg5 $4 60. Kg3 $1 {would mate him instead!}) 60. g5) 57... Nc4 58. Ra7+ Kg6 59. Kg3 Rb2 60. Kg4 Ne5+ 61. Kf4 Nd3+ 62. Ke3 Rb3 63. Ra6+ Kf5 64. Ra5+ Ke6 (64... Kg4 $2 65. g6) 65. f4 a2 {The last try.} 66. f5+ ( 66. Rxa2 $4 Nb4+) 66... Kd6 67. f6 ({Perhaps it is wiser to advance the more distant pawn instead, purely from a practical point of view:} 67. g6 Nc5+ 68. Kf2 $1 ({But here White needs to avoid stepping on the fourth rank:} 68. Kf4 $2 {due to} Rb4+ 69. Kf3 Na4)) 67... Nc5+ 68. Ke2 Rb2+ 69. Kf3 Ke6 70. Kg4 $4 { The drama of time trouble! After an enormous fight for his life, Andreikin finally errs due to the time deficit.} ({Both} 70. Kg3 $1) ({Or} 70. Ra8 $1 { would lead to a draw.}) 70... Rb4+ 71. Kh5 Ra4 $1 {This might have been missed by White!} ({He likely only considered} 71... Na4 72. Ra6+ Kd5 73. f7 a1=Q 74. f8=Q {when White is safe.}) 72. Rxc5 (72. Rxa4 Nxa4 {changes nothing.}) 72... a1=Q {Now Ivic finally wins, but his opponent would not miss one last little chance.} 73. Rc6+ Kd5 74. f7 Qh8+ 75. Rh6 Qf8 76. Rf6 Ke5 77. Kg6 Rxh4 78. Re6+ $1 Kf4 $1 (78... Kxe6 $4 {Stalemate!}) 79. Re8 Qd6+ 80. Kg7 Kxg5 $1 81. f8=Q Qg6# {The young Serbian GM has the tournament of his life!} 0-1 [Event "Superbet Chess Classic"] [Site "Bucharest"] [Date "2021.06.11"] [Round "6"] [White "Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime"] [Black "Caruana, Fabiano"] [Result "1/2-1/2"] [ECO "C78"] [WhiteElo "2760"] [BlackElo "2820"] [Annotator "Bojkov,Dejan"] [PlyCount "58"] [EventDate "2021.??.??"] [WhiteTeam "France"] [BlackTeam "United States"] [WhiteTeamCountry "FRA"] [BlackTeamCountry "USA"] 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O Bc5 6. c3 b5 7. Bc2 d5 { [%cal Gd2d3] Quite a sharp line which according to Caruana was considered dubious until recently, but the strong engines changed the assessment to playable for Black.} 8. a4 ({Vachier-Lagrave had a whole mini-match a few weeks ago in this line:} 8. d4 dxe4 9. Nxe5 Nxe5 10. dxc5 Nd3 ({And another game from the same match went} 10... Qe7 11. Nd2 Bb7 12. Qe2 Ng6 13. Nb3 O-O 14. a4 Rab8 15. axb5 axb5 16. Nd4 Bd5 17. Nxb5 Qxc5 18. Na3 Qc6 {Vachier Lagrave,M (2760)-Aronian,L (2781) Online 2021}) 11. Bxd3 exd3 12. Re1+ Be6 13. Re3 {[%cal Re3d3,Rd1d3,Gd8d3]} Qd5 {[%cal Rd5c5]} 14. Rxd3 Qxc5 {and eventually this game ended a draw, just like the other two, Vachier Lagrave,M (2784)-Aronian,L (2781) Online 2021}) 8... dxe4 9. axb5 $5 Bg4 $5 10. bxc6 $1 exf3 11. gxf3 Bh3 {This is the new trend. The position is super-sharp and Black tries to prove that the opponent's weakened king is worth the invested material.} 12. Re1 O-O 13. Ra5 $1 {[%cal Ra5g5,Re1e5]} Qd6 14. b4 {[%cal Ra5e5] } {[%tqu "En","_|ڷ1/2><߳3/4<<+/=ʵսֶΣ_|_1/4Q","","","c5f2", "This move made the big change.",10]} Bxf2+ $3 {This move made the big change.} 15. Kxf2 $16 e4 {[%cal Rd6h2]} 16. Kg1 Rae8 17. Re3 Nh5 $5 {[%mdl 576] "It's a very dangerous line for Black. Black is basically making only moves not to lose." (Caruana)} 18. f4 $146 {[%mdl 576] However, White also needs to be very careful not to lose too! This move is a novelty, but Caruana suspected that his opponent simply reverted the move order (see below). 反弃兵!} ({ The predecessor was a game of the American GM which they both apparently heavily analyzed:} 18. Rg5 Qh6 {面对黑方的攻击,白方有两种应对 潰瀵归粦鏂圭殑鏀诲嚮锛岀櫧鏂规湁涓ょ搴斿鏂规硶锛?} 19. Rg3 ({This is where Caruana thought that Vachier-Lagrave wanted to land, the position after} 19. f4 $5 {[%cal Gf4g5]} Nxf4 20. Reg3 {[%cal Gg3g5] Then the American GM was curious what his opponent had prepared in the critical line} f5 {[%cal Gf5e4]} 21. Rxg7+ Qxg7 22. Rxg7+ Kxg7 $14 {A very unusual situation occurs in which the white king often needs to go all the way to the d5-or c5-squares according to Caruana.}) 19... Nxg3 20. hxg3 exf3 21. Qxf3 Re6 22. Qf4 g5 23. Qd4 Rd6 24. Qe5 Re6 25. Qd4 Rd6 26. Qe4 Rf6 $11 {Dominguez Perez,L (2758)-Caruana, F (2835) Online 2020}) (18. Rxh5 $4 {[%tqu "En","","","","d6g6","",10] Stockfish 14:} Qg6+ 19. Rg5 Qxg5+ 20. Kf2 Qg2+ 21. Ke1 Qf1# {[%eval -32759,25]}) 18... Nxf4 19. Rg5 f5 $1 {"This was easy to play and it was clear that White is in great danger, maybe borderline losing." (Caruana) The white rook is trapped and without it his Majesty suffers.} ({Now Black could have transposed into the "very critical line" with} 19... Qh6 $11 {but decided that it not worth it.}) 20. d4 {However, this obvious move might have in fact been the real mistake.} ( {There was another way to bring the white pieces out:} 20. Na3 $5 {[%cal Ra3c4] might have won an important tempo for White in some of the critical lines, for example} Bg4 {[%cal Rg4d1]} 21. Qf1 {Here this is possible, with the point that } h6 {can be met with} 22. Bb3+ Kh7 23. Nc4 $1 {The point! The queen needs to abandon the knight:} Qf6 24. Qxf4 hxg5 25. Qg3 {with unclear play. If Black overpresses with} f4 $2 {he may get in trouble due to} 26. Qxg4 fxe3 27. Qh5+ $1 {and White should prevail without the queens. 白方用一个车交换两个轻子,优势!}) {[%tqu "En","","","","h3g4", "Effectively trapping the rook.",10,"e4d3","",0]} 20... Bg4 $1 {[%csl Rf5,Rg4, Gg5,Rg6,Rh5] Effectively trapping the rook. 精彩!!!既困住车又攻击后。} ({"White's trick is"} 20... exd3 $6 21. Bxd3 Rxe3 {[%tqu "En","~/=׷1/2ռQ><ߣ","","","d3c4", "'otherwise he just resigns.' (Caruana)",10]} 22. Bc4+ {"otherwise he just resigns." (Caruana)} {Stockfish 14:} Ne6 ({Stockfish 14:} 22... Kh8 23. Qxd6 Re1+ 24. Kf2 cxd6 25. Kxe1 Rc8 26. Bxf4 Rxc6 27. Bd5 Rc7 28. Rg3 $18 {[%cal Rg3h3,Rf4d6] 白方净多两个轻子,胜势}) ({Stockfish 14:} 22... Rf7 23. Qxd6 Re1+ 24. Kf2 cxd6 25. Kxe1 d5 26. Bxf4 dxc4 27. c7 $18) ({Stockfish 14:} 22... Re6 23. Qxd6 cxd6 24. Bxf4 Kf7 {[%tqu "En","1/4绦?/2?=BQ?,"","", "c6c7","",10]} 25. c7 $1 Rc8 26. Bxe6+ Kxe6 27. Rxg7 Kd5 28. Nd2 $18) 23. Qxd6 Re1+ 24. Kf2 cxd6 25. Kxe1 Re8 26. Kf2 Kf8 27. Bxe6 Rxe6 28. c7 Re8 29. Rg3 Bg4 30. Bf4 $18) 21. Rxg4 ({Apparently} 21. Qf1 $2 h6 $19 {works well for Black.}) 21... fxg4 22. Qxg4 {The critical moment of the game.} Nd3 $2 {And Fabiano blunders an important defensive resource.} ({Caruana also considered} 22... h5 $5 23. Qg5 $13 {"and there is no clear follow-up."}) ({However:} 22... Qf6 $1 { would have almost forced a win. Black's main attacking idea is demonstrated in the line} 23. Bxe4 ({Vachier-Lagrave intended to defend with} 23. Nd2 {to which } Nd3 $5 {is not as clear after 也是一个有趣的选择。} ({They both missed though the other strong knight move:} 23... Nd5 $1 {when Black should win in the line} 24. Rxe4 ({There is also the brilliant} 24. Rg3 e3 $1 { when the black pawn is unstoppable:} 25. Nf3 {[%tqu "En","","","","e3e2","",10] } e2 26. Bd2 e1=Q+ 27. Bxe1 Rxe1+ 28. Nxe1 Qf1#) 24... Qf2+ 25. Kh1 Nf6 $19 { [%cal Rf6e4,Rf6g4]}) 24. Qg2 (24. Bxd3 $4 {Stockfish 14:} Qf2+ 25. Kh1 Qxe3 26. Bc4+ Kh8 27. Qg3 Qxg3 28. hxg3 e3 29. Nb3 Rf2 30. d5 Rc2 31. Nd4 Rxc1+ 32. Kg2 Rxc3 33. Bxa6 Rd8 34. Kf3 e2+ $19) 24... Nxc1 25. Nxe4 {Stockfish 14:} Qf4 26. Re1 Kh8 27. Kh1 Na2 28. Rg1 g6 29. Bb1 Nxc3 30. Nxc3 Qxd4 31. Ne4 Qxb4 32. Bd3 a5 33. Rb1 Qd4 34. Qb2 Qxb2 35. Rxb2 Rf3 36. Nc5 Re5 37. Kg2 Rf6 38. Rb8+ Kg7 39. Ne4 Rxc6 40. Rb3 a4 41. Ra3 Rd5 42. Kg3 Ra5 43. Nc3 Rd6 44. Bb5 c6 45. Be2 Rd4 {[%eval -252,34]}) 23... h5 24. Qg3 Ne2+ 25. Rxe2 Qf1#) 23. Bxd3 $1 { The only move, but a sufficient one.} ({In case of} 23. Nd2 {Caruana intended the same old} Qf6 (23... Nxc1 $5 24. Nxe4 {"is a bit of a mess." (Caruana) 卡鲁阿纳认为:黑方接受弃象,局势有些混乱。} {Stockfish 14: } Qh6 25. Qg3 Kh8 26. d5 Qh5 {[%cal Rh5d5]} 27. Qe1 Na2 28. Bb1 Qxd5 29. Re2 { [%cal Re2a2,Rb1a2,Gd5a2]} Nxb4 30. cxb4 Qxc6 31. Bd3 Rf4 {[%cal Rf4e4,Re8e4, Rc6e4,Gd3e4,Ge2e4,Ge1e4]} 32. Ng3 {[%csl Ge8][%cal Re2e8,Re1e8,Gc6e8]} Rxe2 33. Qxe2 Rxb4 34. Qh5 {[%cal Rh5h7]} g6 35. Qe5+ Kg8 36. Bxa6 Qd6 37. Qe8+ Kg7 38. Ne4 Qd1+ 39. Bf1 Qd4+ 40. Nf2 Qc5 41. Qd7+ Kh6 42. Qh3+ Qh5 43. Qd3 Qf5 44. Qc3 Qg5+ 45. Kh1 Rf4 $17 {黑方优势,但是并不算很大。}) 24. Qg2 Nxc1 25. Bxe4 Qf4 $19 {with a clear edge for Black.}) ({The other logical moves also favor Black:} 23. Bd2 Qf6 (23... Qf6 24. Qe2 Nf4 25. Qe1 {[%eval -250,30] Stockfish 14/fishxx68 黑方还是胜势})) ({And} 23. Rxe4 Nf2 24. Qg2 Nxe4 25. Bxe4 $19 {are both bad for White.}) 23... exd3 24. Rxe8 Rxe8 25. Bf4 $1 { A strong intermediate move missed by Caruana.} Qxc6 26. Be5 Qh6 {"I am honestly kind of lucky that I have this." (Caruana)} 27. Bf4 {Forcing the draw. } (27. Qg3 {"was just a draw." (Caruana)}) 27... Qc6 28. Be5 Qh6 29. Bf4 Qc6 1/2-1/2 [Event "Superbet Chess Classic"] [Site "Bucharest"] [Date "2021.06.07"] [Round "3.5"] [White "Lupulescu, Constantin"] [Black "Giri, Anish"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "A28"] [WhiteElo "2656"] [BlackElo "2780"] [Annotator "Bojkov,Dejan"] [PlyCount "77"] [EventDate "2021.??.??"] 1. c4 e5 2. Nc3 Nf6 3. Nf3 Nc6 4. e3 Bb4 {The reversed Rossolimo. 反转的罗索里莫变例} 5. Qc2 Bxc3 6. Qxc3 Qe7 7. d4 {This is the major trend nowadays.} ({The other way to play it is} 7. a3 {to which} d5 {is natural and} 8. d4 exd4 9. Nxd4 Nxd4 10. Qxd4 c5 11. Qh4 dxc4 12. Bxc4 { trades too many pieces.} O-O 13. O-O Rd8 14. b4 Be6 15. bxc5 Bxc4 16. Qxc4 Rac8 17. Bb2 Qxc5 18. Qxc5 Rxc5 19. Bd4 Ra5 {and Black held comfortably in Howell,D (2658)-Donchenko,A (2659) Online 2021}) 7... Ne4 8. Qd3 exd4 9. Nxd4 Nc5 10. Qd1 Nxd4 11. Qxd4 {"This was all pretty normal," said Lupulescu who was still in his prep.} O-O 12. Be2 {White is in a hurry to develop his kingside.} ({ An aggressive approach like} 12. b4 $5 {较为主动} Ne6 13. Qc3 {would allow Black a hook for counterplay on the queenside:} a5) ({However, the alternative plan of fast queenside development} 12. b3 $5 {加强阵地} Ne6 13. Qd2 b6 14. Bb2 {looked more ambitious. True, in that case White would had to choose to play a double-edged position by castling long:} Bb7 15. O-O-O {and this does not seem to be what the Romanian GM was looking for.}) 12... b6 13. O-O ({ "If I want to play it safe I can go for..."} 13. Bf3 Bb7 14. Bxb7 Nxb7 { "but then my winning chances are very slim to none." (Lupulescu) 交换白格象对白方没有好处}) 13... Bb7 {The opening is almost over. White has the bishop pair, however he has serious difficulties in deploying it. } 14. f3 $146 {Blunting both black minor pieces at once. The drawback of the move is that the e3-pawn is also weakened.} ({An earlier game went} 14. Bd2 Ne6 15. Qc3 Nf4 16. exf4 Qxe2 17. Rae1 Qg4 18. f3 Qf5 {[%cal Re1e8] and the opposite-colored bishops determined the peaceful outcome later, Jakovenko,D (2704)-Motylev,A (2668) Izhevsk 2019 双方形成异色格象局面,均势。 }) ({As before} 14. b4 Ne6 15. Qd2 a5 {allows Black queenside play.}) 14... a5 {Giri establishes a blockade. From here on the impression is that Black has all the play.} 15. Bd2 ({Of course not} 15. e4 $2 f5 $1 ({Stockfish 14:} 15... f5 16. Be3 fxe4 17. f4 Rae8 18. Rad1 Nd3 19. Qc3 c5 20. f5 a4 21. h3 Qe5 22. Qxe5 Rxe5 23. b3 Rexf5 24. Rxf5 Rxf5 25. Bxd3 exd3 26. Rxd3 Bc6 27. Bd2 Kf7 28. Rg3 d6 29. Rg5 Rxg5 30. 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Bd1 ({Stockfish 14:} 16. Qc3 Rf6 17. Bd1 Re8 18. a3 Qd6 19. b4 Nd3 20. c5 bxc5 21. Bb3+ Kh8 22. bxc5 Nxc5 23. Bc2 Rh6 24. g3 Qe7 25. Qxa5 Ba6 26. Rf2 Rc6 27. Qb4 Bd3 28. a4 Qe6 29. Bd1 Ba6 30. Bc2 $11 {[%eval 0,33] [%wdl 30,939,31]}) ({ Stockfish 14:} 16. Rb1 Ne6 17. Qe5 Rf6 18. a3 d6 19. Qg3 Rg6 20. Qf2 Rf8 21. Bd2 h5 22. h4 Rh6 23. b4 axb4 24. axb4 g5 25. Ra1 gxh4 26. Ra7 Rg6 27. Rxb7 h3 28. g3 h4 29. Qh2 Ng5 30. Kh1 Ne4 31. fxe4 hxg3 32. Qxh3 g2+ 33. Qxg2 Rxg2 34. Kxg2 $11 {[%eval -5,33] [%wdl 27,938,35]}) 16... Rf6 17. Bc2 Raf8 18. Bb2 d6 19. Rae1 Rh6 20. Qd2 Qg5 21. Qf2 Ne6 22. Qg3 Qh5 23. Kh1 Rg6 24. Qf2 Rh6 $11 { [%eval 0,33] [%wdl 31,939,30]}) 15... f5 {Black not only fixes the e-pawn, he is ready to lift his rooks for a kingside attack.} 16. Rad1 $5 ({In hindsight White regretted for not choosing} 16. Rae1 $5 {with the idea to transfer his bishop to c2.}) 16... d6 17. b3 Rae8 18. Rf2 $1 {[%cal Rf2d2,Rf2e2] Correctly covering the second rank.} ({After} 18. Rfe1 {both} Rf6 ({And} 18... Qg5 $5 { will promise Black the initiative.})) 18... Rf6 19. Bd3 {A silent draw offer. Lupulescu sensed the danger.} ({After} 19. Bf1 {Black simply keeps improving further} Rg6 ({Or} 19... Qf7 {followed by Qf7-h5.})) 19... Qf7 {Giri rejects the offer.} ({Anytime Black trades the knight for the bishop, the opposite-colored bishops will more or less predetermine the split of the point. } 19... Nxd3 20. Qxd3) 20. Re2 {This move, however, is an inaccuracy.} ({ White needed to prepare for the assault with} 20. h3 $1) 20... Qh5 21. Be1 ({ Now it is too late for} 21. h3 $2 Rg6 {And surprisingly, White lacks a good defense, for example} 22. Kh2 ({Or even worse:} 22. Kh1 $2 {[%mdl 704]} { [%tqu "En","","","","b7f3","",10]} Bxf3 $1 23. gxf3 {[%tqu "En","","","", "h5h3","",10]} Qxh3+ 24. Rh2 {[%tqu "En","","","","h3f3","",10]} Qxf3+ $19 25. Rg2 Qxg2#) 22... Nxd3 23. Qxd3 Bxf3 $1 24. gxf3 Rh6 $19 {[%cal Rh5h3,Rh6g6, Rh3g2] with a winning attack.}) 21... Be4 $1 {"I somehow totally missed this idea." (Lupulescu) This sudden tactical blow puts a lot of pressure on White.} ({However, the preliminary} 21... Rg6 22. Bg3 {[%mdl 704] And then the other sacrifice} {[%tqu "En","","","","c5e4","would have been even stronger. Once more, White cannot pick up the piece for free:",10]} Ne4 $1 {would have been even stronger. Once more, White cannot pick up the piece for free:} 23. fxe4 ({ True, in this case White has an interesting counter-attacking resource:} 23. c5 $5 {In order to free a square for the bishop with tempo and then pick up the knight. Black has nothing better than} Nxg3 24. hxg3 {when the various pawn captures do not yield advantage to Black:} Rxg3 ({Bad is} 24... dxc5 $2 25. Bc4+ Kh8 26. Qd7 {[%csl Ge8][%cal Rd7e8,Rd7c7]} {Stockfish 14:} Rf6 ({ Stockfish 14:} 26... Bc6 27. Qxc7 Rf6 28. a4 Qh6 {[%cal Rh6e3,Re8e3,Ge2e3]} 29. Kf2 g5 30. Rd8 Rxd8 31. Qxd8+ Qf8 32. Rd2 Qxd8 33. Rxd8+ Kg7 34. Rb8 g4 35. Rxb6 Rh6 36. Ra6 Rd6 37. Ke1 Rh6 38. Ra7+ Kf6 39. Kf2 Ke5 40. Rxa5 $18) ({ Stockfish 14:} 26... Rh6 27. Bf7 Qh1+ 28. Kf2 Bc6 29. Qxc6 Rxc6 30. Rxh1 Rd8 31. Bc4 Rf6 32. g4 c6 33. g5 Rfd6 34. e4 fxe4 35. Rxe4 b5 36. Bf7 g6 37. Re7 R6d7 38. Rxd7 Rxd7 39. Bxg6 c4 40. Bf5 Rd2+ 41. Kg3 Rxa2 42. Rxh7+ $18) ({ Stockfish 14:} 26... Rd6 27. Rxd6 cxd6 28. Bf7 Bc6 29. Qc7 Qg5 30. Bxe8 Bxe8 31. Qxd6 Qf6 32. Qb8 Qe7 33. e4 a4 34. Kf2 f4 35. gxf4 h6 36. Rd2 Kh7 37. Qd8 Qxd8 38. Rxd8 axb3 39. axb3 $18) ({Stockfish 14:} 26... Rxg3 27. Bf7 Bc6 28. Qxe8+ Bxe8 29. Bxh5 g6 30. Rd8 gxh5 31. Rxe8+ $18) 27. Qxc7 Bxf3 28. gxf3 Qxf3 29. Rd8 Rff8 30. Rd7 Qg4 31. Qf4 Qxf4 32. exf4 Rxe2 33. Bxe2 a4 34. bxa4 g5 35. fxg5 Rg8 36. Rb7 Rxg5 37. Kf2 Rg6 38. Kf3 $18) ({Whereas in case of the other capture} 24... bxc5 {White can create play in various ways:} 25. Qf4 ({Or} 25. Qc4+ Kh8 26. g4 $1 $18 {[%cal Rd3g6,Rg4f5,Rg4h5]}) ({Or even} 25. g4 $5 { [%cal Rd3g6]})) ({That is why instead of taking, Black needs to give first with } 24... Bxf3 $1 25. gxf3 Rxg3+ 26. Rg2 Qxf3 {when White is not out of the woods yet.} {Stockfish 14:} 27. Rdd2 bxc5 28. Qc4+ Kf8 29. Qf4 Qxe3+ 30. Qxe3 Rexe3 31. Bxf5 h5 32. Rdf2 Rxg2+ 33. Kxg2 Ke7 34. Bh7 Ke6 35. Bg8+ Ke5 36. Rf7 g5 37. Kf2 Rd3 38. Rxc7 h4 39. Rg7 Kf6 40. Rf7+ Kg6 41. Ra7 Rd2+ 42. Ke3 Rd4 43. Rh7 Kf5 44. a4 Re4+ 45. Kf2 Rf4+ 46. Kg1 Rd4 47. Kf2 d5 48. Rf7+ Ke5 49. Re7+ Kf4 $17 {[%eval -91,34]}) 25. cxd6 cxd6 (25... Qxf3 26. Rdd2 {might transpose.}) 26. Qxd6 Qxf3 27. Rdd2 {and White is solid enough.}) 23... fxe4 24. Rf1 exd3 25. Qxd3 {If anything, White can hope to survive once more thanks to the remaining opposite-colored bishops.} {Stockfish 14:} Be4 ({Stockfish 14: } 25... Rge6 26. Ref2 h6 27. Bf4 Rg6 28. Bg3 Rg5 29. Bf4 Rg4 30. Bg3 Rge4 31. Bf4 R8e7 32. h3 Qe8 33. Kh2 R4e6 34. Qd2 Qg6 35. Qc3 Bc6 36. Qd4 Kh7 37. Qc3 Qe8 38. Qc2+ Kg8 39. Qd2 Bb7 40. c5 bxc5 {[%eval -124,31]}) 26. Qd2 Rge6 27. Ref2 h6 28. Bf4 Qg6 29. h3 Bb7 30. Kh2 R8e7 31. Qc3 Kh7 32. Qd2 Qe8 33. Qc2+ Be4 34. Qd2 Bg6 35. Qd5 Bf7 36. Qd2 Kg8 37. Kg1 a4 38. Kh2 Bg6 39. Qd5 Rf7 40. Qd2 Kh7 41. Bg3 Rxf2 {[%eval -124,31]}) ({Apparently, White was hoping to defend with} 21... Ne6 22. Qh4) 22. Bb1 ({Certainly not} 22. fxe4 $2 fxe4 $19 { [%csl Ge2][%cal Re4d3,Rh5e2]}) ({However, the other retreat was slightly more precise:} 22. Bc2 $6 Rg6 ({Lupulescu feared} 22... Ne6 23. Qd2 {[%tqu "En","", "","","e4f3","",10]} Bxf3 $1 24. gxf3 {[%tqu "En","","","","e6g5","which does not seem to work due to",10]} Ng5 {[%cal Rg5f3] which does not seem to work due to} 25. Qd5+ Kf8 26. Kh1 $18 {黑方弃子得不到好处}) 23. Bg3 Rge6 24. Rde1 {It is similar to the game, with the important difference that the white rook does not hang after} Bxc2 25. Rxc2 {Then Black may choose something like} g5 $15 {fighting further for his kingside initiative.}) 22... Rg6 23. Bg3 Bxb1 {Giri spotted that the rook on e2 is once again vulnerable.} ({It was not too late for} 23... Rge6 $5 24. Rde1 Bxb1 25. Rxb1 g5 {Stockfish 14:} 26. Be1 f4 27. Bc3 Re5 28. Rbe1 Qg6 29. h3 h5 30. Qd2 Rxe3 31. Rxe3 fxe3 32. Rxe3 Kf8 33. Kh2 Rxe3 34. Qxe3 h4 35. Qd4 Ne6 36. Qd5 Ke7 37. Bd2 Kd7 38. Be3 {[%eval 0, 25]}) 24. Rxb1 Ne4 $1 {[%csl Ge2][%cal Rh5e2] And he did it again. Unfortunately for the Dutch GM, White has a surprising defense. 白方e2车是弱点,所以黑方弃马试图攻进去} 25. Rbe1 Nxg3 { [%tqu "En","~/=׷1/2ڴ˲ȡ˲>>3/4һ-/+Ľ>=B1/2ʽQ-/+1/2Q","", "","d4d5","The only move, but a sufficient one.",10,"h2g3","",0]} 26. Qd5+ $1 { The only move, but a sufficient one.} ({It is important to give the check first as} 26. hxg3 $2 Rxg3 27. Qd5+ Qf7 $17 {simply drops a pawn for no compensation. 白方输掉了一个兵,得不到局面补偿。}) 26... Kh8 27. hxg3 Rxg3 28. e4 $1 {A very important move in White's counterplay which highlights the weakness of the back rank.} Qxf3 ({After} 28... Qg6 {White would have moved the king} 29. Kf1 $1 ({Avoiding the tricks:} 29. exf5 $2 Rxg2+ $1 {Stockfish 14:} 30. Rxg2 ({Stockfish 14:} 30. Kh1 Rgxe2 31. fxg6 Rxe1+ 32. Kg2 hxg6 33. Kg3 Kh7 34. Qf7 R1e7 35. Qf4 Re5 36. Qf7 R8e7 37. Qf8 g5 38. a3 Kg6 39. Qc8 Rf7 40. b4 axb4 41. axb4 Re3 42. Kh2 Rexf3 43. c5 bxc5 44. bxc5 dxc5 45. Qe6+ Kh5 46. Qe8 c4 $19 {[%eval -421,27]}) 30... Rxe1+ 31. Kf2 Qe8 32. Qd2 Re5 33. f6 gxf6 34. a3 Qe6 35. Rg4 Rh5 $19 36. Qf4 Qe5 37. Qxe5 fxe5 38. Ke3 Rh1 39. Ke4 Rd1 40. Kf5 Rd4 41. Rg2 a4 42. bxa4 Rxc4 43. Kf6 Rxa4 $19) ({ And} 29. Qxf5 $2 Rxg2+ $1)) 29. Qf7 $1 {"I think he missed this. I had to see this in advance as otherwise it was quite bad." (Lupulescu)} ({The Romanian GM was fully aware of the tactics} 29. exf5 $2 Rxg2+ $1 {Stockfish 14:} 30. Rxg2 Rxe1+ 31. Kh2 Qh5+ 32. Kg3 Qg5+ 33. Kf3 Re3+ 34. Kf2 Qf4+ 35. Qf3 (35. Kg1 Re1# ) 35... Rxf3+ 36. Ke2 Re3+ 37. Kd2 Qd4+ 38. Kc2 Qc3+ 39. Kd1 Re1# {[%eval -32747,97]}) 29... Rg8 30. exf5 Qc6 {Not a very practical choice according to White. Giri was down to three minutes on his clock and could not adjust to the changing situation.} ({White expected} 30... h6 31. Kh1 Rh3+ 32. Kg1 Rg3 { with a draw instead.}) 31. Rf2 {"Now I am playing for a win, I thought." (Lupulescu)} Qc5 {The losing move, although White's initiative is extremely dangerous to repel in time-trouble. The thing is that the queen was optimal on c6, as it was both attacking and defending the back rank!} ({White was hoping for} 31... h6 32. f6 Qc5 33. Qxg8+ $1 {with a spectacular win.} {Stockfish 14:} Kxg8 34. f7+ Kh7 35. f8=Q $18) (31... d5 {does not work neither due to} 32. Re6 ) ({However, the computer believes that Black could have still survived with} 31... a4 $1 32. Re7 ({Black is super-solid in case of} 32. f6 gxf6 33. Qxf6+ R3g7 $11) 32... axb3 33. axb3 Qa8 34. f6 Rg5 ({Or} 34... Rg6)) 32. Re7 $1 { [%cal Rf7h7,Re7h7]} ({Once more, Lupulescu is very careful and spots his opponent's devilish trick. The seemingly killing} 32. Re8 {leads only to a draw after} Rxg2+ $1 33. Kh1 (33. Kxg2 Qc6+ {[%cal Rg8e8,Rc6e8]}) 33... Rh2+ 34. Kg1 $1 {The rook is immune due to the double-attack on c6.} (34. Kxh2 Qxf2+ )) 32... Qd4 33. Re8 $1 {Now he can.} ({It should be noted that the Romanian GM saw the last trick by Giri:} 33. f6 Rxg2+ $1 {would have led to a perpetual after} 34. Kxg2 gxf6+ 35. Kf1 ({Or} 35. Kf3 Qd3+ 36. Kf4 Qd4+) 35... Qd1+ 36. Re1 Qd3+ {Stockfish 14: 1)} 37. Ree2 ({Stockfish 14: 2)} 37. Rfe2 Qh3+ 38. Kf2 Rg2+ 39. Kf1 Qh1# {[%eval -32761,57]}) 37... Qh3+ 38. Ke1 Qc3+ 39. Kf1 { [%eval 0,57]}) 33... Rxg2+ 34. Kxg2 Qg4+ 35. Kh2 Qh4+ 36. Kg2 Qg4+ {[%tqu "En", "","","","g2f1","Now there is no repetition and Lupulescu wins big.",10]} 37. Kf1 $1 {Now there is no repetition and Lupulescu wins big.} Qh3+ 38. Ke1 Qc3+ 39. Rd2 1-0 [Event "Sochi"] [Site "Sochi"] [Date "2021.07.15"] [Round "?"] [White "Adhiban, B..."] [Black "Delgado Ramirez, Neuris"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "E20"] [WhiteElo "2660"] [BlackElo "2622"] [Annotator "Bojkov,Dejan"] [PlyCount "43"] [EventDate "2021.??.??"] 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. f3 d5 5. a3 Bxc3+ 6. bxc3 c6 7. e4 {After some thought, Adhiban chooses the sharpest continuation.} ({Firouzja tried to bring his dark-squared bishop instead into game with} 7. a4 {However, Carlsen equalized easily with} Qa5 8. Qd2 O-O 9. e3 Re8 10. Bd3 dxc4 11. Bxc4 b6 12. Bd3 Ba6 13. c4 {and even took over the initiative with} c5 $1 {Firouzja,A (2728)-Carlsen,M (2863) Online 2020}) 7... dxe4 8. fxe4 e5 $5 {The safest reply. If Black manages to stabilize the position, he would enjoy the better game as all the white pawns would be horrible. 最安全的方案,反弃兵,效果更好。} (8... Nxe4 {is risky as proved from this game} {[%tqu "En","","","","d1g4","",10]} 9. Qg4 {[%cal Rg4e4, Rg4g7]} Nf6 10. Qxg7 Rg8 11. Qh6 Qa5 12. Ne2 Nbd7 13. g3 $14 {Curi,G (2231) -Ibanez,J (2157) Montevideo 2017} Qa4 14. Bd2 Rg6 15. Qe3 Nb6 16. Nf4 Rg8 17. Qd3 Bd7 18. Be2 O-O-O 19. O-O e5 20. Ng2 e4 21. Qb1 Ng4 22. Bf4 f5 23. Qb4 Qxb4 24. axb4 a6 25. h3 Nf6 26. Ne3 Rg6 27. Kh2 h5 28. Be5 h4 29. gxh4 Be6 30. h5 { 1-0 (30) Curi,G (2231)-Ibanez,J (2157) Montevideo 2017}) ({Stockfish 310721:} 8... e5 9. Nf3 Bg4 10. Qd3 Nbd7 11. dxe5 Nh5 12. Be2 O-O 13. O-O Qb6+ 14. Rf2 Rae8 15. Be3 Qc7 16. Rd1 Nxe5 17. Nxe5 Bxe2 18. Qxe2 Qxe5 19. Bd4 Qg5 20. Rdf1 g6 21. Bxa7 Re6 22. Qe3 Qxe3 23. Bxe3 Rxe4 24. Bc5 Rfe8 25. Rxf7 Rxc4 26. Bd6 b6 27. Rd7 Rxc3 28. Rc7 Rb3 29. Rxc6 $14 {[%eval 37,32]}) ({Stockfish 310721:} 8... Nxe4 9. Qg4 Nf6 10. Qxg7 Rg8 11. Qh6 c5 12. Nf3 cxd4 13. cxd4 Nc6 14. Bg5 Rg6 15. Qh4 Qa5+ 16. Bd2 Qf5 17. Qf4 Qxf4 18. Bxf4 b6 19. Rd1 Bb7 20. d5 Na5 21. dxe6 fxe6 22. Ne5 $16) 9. Nf3 (9. dxe5 {Stockfish 310721:} Qxd1+ ({ Stockfish 310721:} 9... Nxe4 10. Qxd8+ Kxd8 11. Be3 Nd7 12. Nf3 Ndc5 13. Be2 Kc7 14. Rf1 Be6 15. O-O-O Nd7 16. Kc2 Rae8 17. Rde1 Nec5 18. Ng5 Re7 19. Nxe6+ Nxe6 20. Bg4 Nxe5 21. Bxe6 Rxe6 22. Bf4 f6 23. Bxe5+ Rxe5 24. Rxe5 fxe5 25. Rf7+ $11) 10. Kxd1 Nxe4 11. Be3 Bf5 12. Bd3 Nf2+ 13. Bxf2 Bxd3 14. c5 Na6 $17 { [%csl Ga3,Gc3,Gc5,Ge5]}) 9... Qa5 10. Bd2 {Adhiban argues that his pawns are bad. He simply sacrifices them.} Nxe4 11. Bd3 Nxd2 12. Qxd2 exd4 {[%tqu "En", "","","","e1g1","Offering a third pawn!",10]} 13. O-O $1 {Offering a third pawn!} O-O $146 {[%mdl 8] That is a novelty. It seems as the king will be safer on the kingside, but it turns out that Delgado castles into an attack.} ( {Black solved all his problems with 按照开局原则走} 13... Be6 $5 14. Rab1 dxc3 15. Qf4 Nd7 16. Qh4 h6 17. Rxb7 O-O 18. Qe4 Nf6 19. Qxc6 Rfd8 { and even won later in Kuybokarov,T (2472)-Macieja,B (2550) Chess.com 2018. It would be interesting to see what the Indian GM had prepared in that case. 黑方局势不错。} 20. Ne1 Rac8 21. Qb5 Qxa3 22. Qb4 Qxb4 23. Rxb4 Rxd3 24. Nxd3 Bxc4 25. Rxc4 Rxc4 26. Ra1 Rd4 27. Ne1 Nd5 28. Rxa7 Rd1 29. Kf2 c2 { 0-1 (29) Kuybokarov,T (2472)-Macieja,B (2550) Chess.com INT 2018}) ({The second pawn is not really tasty:} 13... Qxc3 $2 14. Qe2+ Be6 15. Ng5 $40 { [%mdl 128] leaves the black king desperately weak. 白方攻势不错。}) { [%tqu "En","~/=׷1/2_|ν>=BQ","","","f3g5","Dark clouds gather around the black king. 白方开始强大的进攻模式。",10]} 14. Ng5 $1 {Dark clouds gather around the black king. 白方开始强大的进攻模式。} f5 { [%csl Rh7] There is no other way to stop the obvious capture on h7.} ({Since after} 14... h6 $2 {The knight can offer itself for the other pawn:} {[%tqu "En","","","","g5f7","",10]} 15. Nxf7 $1 Rxf7 {Then the attack through the center decides after} 16. Rxf7 ({Actually White's position is so strong that he may choose to bring on the reserves in another way:} 16. Qe2 $1 {[%cal Re2e8]} Qd8 (16... Rxf1+ {Stockfish 310721:} 17. Rxf1 Qd8 18. Qe4 Bf5 19. Qxf5 Qf6 20. Qc8+ Kf7 21. Qc7+ Kg8 22. Rxf6 Nd7 23. Qxd7 a5 24. Qf7+ Kh8 25. Qf8+ Rxf8 26. Rxf8# {[%eval 32748,35]}) 17. Rxf7 Kxf7 18. Rf1+ Kg8 {[%tqu "En","", "","","e2e4","transposing into the winning line below.",10]} 19. Qe4 {[%cal Re4h7] transposing into the winning line below.}) 16... Kxf7 17. Rf1+ {[%cal Gf7e7,Gf7g8,Gf7e8]} Ke7 {Here the neat solution is} ({Black can prevent the mate on the back rank} 17... Kg8 18. Qe2 $1 Qd8 {But not along the b1-h7 diagonal:} 19. Qe4 $18 {[%cal Re4h7]}) (17... Ke8 {Stockfish 310721:} 18. Qe2+ ({Stockfish 310721:} 18. Qe1+ Kd8 19. Rf8+ Kc7 20. Qe7+ Nd7 21. Qd8+ Kd6 22. Qxa5 Nxf8 23. Qd8+ Nd7 24. cxd4 b6 25. Qh4 Kc7 26. Qg3+ Kb7 27. Qxg7 Rb8 28. Be4 Ka8 29. Bxc6+ Bb7 30. Bxd7 h5 31. Be6 Bc8 32. Bd5+ Bb7 33. Bxb7+ Rxb7 34. Qg8+ Rb8 35. Qxb8+ Kxb8 36. h4 $18) 18... Kd8 $18) 18. Qe1+ $3 {Now} ({As otherwise the black king escapes via the d6-square:} 18. Qe2+ Kd6 19. cxd4 Kc7 20. Rf7+ Nd7 21. c5 Kb8 $13 {and it is not clear anymore.}) 18... Kd6 {does not work due to} (18... Be6 19. Bf5 $18) 19. Qg3+ $1 {[%cal Ga5e5,Gd6e6,Gd6e7, Gd6d7,Gd6c5] This check is the difference from above.} Qe5 ({Or otherwise mate: } 19... Ke7 20. Qxg7+ $18) (19... Kc5 20. Qe5+ Kb6 21. Rb1+ Ka6 22. c5+ $18) ( 19... Kd7 20. Rf7+ Ke6 21. Qg6+ Ke5 22. Re7+ Be6 23. Rxe6+ Kf4 24. Re4#) (19... Ke6 20. Qg6+ Ke5 (20... Ke7 21. Rf7+ Ke8 22. Rxg7+ Kd8 23. Qd6+ Nd7 (23... Bd7 24. Rg8#) 24. Rg8#) (20... Kd7 21. Rf7+ Kd8 22. Qd6+ Nd7 23. Rf8#) 21. Re1+ Kf4 22. Re4#) 20. c5+ Kd5 {and White would win the queen with} 21. Bc4+ $1 ({Or} 21. c4+ $1)) ({Neither does} 14... g6 {slow down the attack 以下的变化都很有意思。} 15. Nxf7 $1 {would once more decisively open the road for the white pieces.} ({Here too, White has an alternative winning line:} 15. Rae1 Nd7 16. Qf4 Qxc3 17. Qh4 h5 18. Nxf7 $1 {With a mating attack} Rxf7 19. Re8+ Nf8 ({Or} 19... Rf8 20. Qe7 $1 $18 {[%cal Re8f8,Re7f8, Rf1f8,Gd7f8,Gg8f8]}) ({And} 19... Kg7 20. Rxf7+ Kxf7 21. Qe7#) 20. Rxf7 { and mate is near.}) 15... Rxf7 16. Rxf7 Kxf7 17. Rf1+ Ke7 (17... Bf5 18. Bxf5 gxf5 19. Qg5 $18 {does not help Black at all.}) 18. Qe2+ Kd6 ({Nothing helps} 18... Be6 19. Re1) 19. Rf7 Be6 20. Rf6 Kc7 21. Qxe6 {and the attack is decisive.}) (14... Qxc3 15. Qe2 {leaves Black no defenders on the kingside at all and is equally hopeless.}) 15. c5 $3 {[%cal Gd3c4,Rc4g8,Rg5f7,Gd2a2] This might be what Delgado missed. An important diagonal is opened, and the white pieces crash through. Notice the idle black pieces on the queenside. Only the queen is quick enough to come to the rescue, but that is not enough.} ({Instead } 15. Qe2 {would have given Black more defensive resources with} Qd8 { Seemingly best, when} ({Another move that deserves attention is} 15... dxc3) ({ And Black might be able to defend with} 15... Qc5 {Although there he still needs to survive nasty pressure after both} 16. g4 $5 ({And} 16. Kh1)) 16. Ne6 Bxe6 17. Qxe6+ Kh8 18. Bxf5 Rf6 {is already solid enough for Black.}) 15... Kh8 {Now all Adhiban needs is to bring the queen in.} ({Mainly because of the threats along the diagonal:} 15... Qxc5 16. Qa2+ Kh8 17. Nf7+ Rxf7 (17... Kg8 18. Nh6+ Kh8 19. Qg8+ Rxg8 20. Nf7#) 18. Qxf7 dxc3+ 19. Kh1 Qd5 {Black saves the mate and has lots of pawns for the exchange, but his pieces are still idle and wouldn't have the time to come back into the game} 20. Qc7 Qg8 21. Rae1 Nd7 22. Bc4 $1 Qf8 23. Rxf5 Qxf5 24. Qd8+ Nf8 25. Rf1 {and wins.}) (15... dxc3 { loses in a similar fashion} 16. Qa2+ Kh8 17. Nf7+ Rxf7 18. Qxf7 Qxc5+ 19. Kh1 Qd5 20. Qc7) ({Whereas} 15... Qxc3 16. Qa2+ {is even an easier win for White.} Kh8 17. Nf7+ Rxf7 (17... Kg8 18. Nh6+ $18) 18. Qxf7 $18) 16. Qe2 $1 {And this incursion is decisive. The threats are 17.Qe2-h5 and 17.Ng5xh7, and they cannot be stopped.} ({There is an alternative win here too:} 16. Qa2 Qc7 17. Rae1 h6 {And now comes the pretty} {[%tqu "En","","","","d3f5","",10]} 18. Bxf5 $3 {黑方吃马和吃象都不好。} Bxf5 ({Black is completely paralyzed after} 18... hxg5 {[%tqu "En","","","","f5g6","",10]} 19. Bg6 {[%cal Rf1f8, Re1e8]} Rxf1+ (19... Rd8 20. Qe2 $18) 20. Rxf1 Nd7 21. Qf7 $18 {[%cal Rf7f8, Rf1f8,Gd7f8] and mate is inevitable.} Qd8 {Stockfish 14:} 22. Bd3 Nf6 23. Rxf6 Bf5 24. Qh5+ Kg8 25. Rxf5 Qd5 26. Rf2 Qf5 27. Bxf5 Kf8 28. Bh3+ Ke7 29. Qf7+ Kd8 30. Qd7# {[%eval 32750,31]}) {[%tqu "En","","","","f1f5","Here the only way to prevent mate is",10]} 19. Rxf5 $1 {Here the only way to prevent mate is} Na6 ({Let's not forget about the back rank:} 19... Rxf5 20. Re8+ Rf8 21. Rxf8#) 20. Nf7+ Kh7 21. cxd4 {but that leaves Black desperately lost.}) 16... Nd7 { This attempt to bring the knight in loses quickly, but Black's position is beyond salvation anyway.} ({I forgot to mention that the queen is threatening something else too:} 16... h6 17. Qe7 $1 {Traps the rook as} Rg8 18. Nf7+ Kh7 { [%cal Rd3h7,Rf1f5] leads to yet another mate with} {[%tqu "En","","","","f1f5", "",10]} 19. Rxf5 $1 Bxf5 20. Bxf5+ g6 {[%tqu "En","","","","f7g5","",10]} 21. Ng5+ Kh8 22. Qh7#) ({The capture} 16... Qxc5 {seems like a chance, especially when one sees the line} {[%tqu "En","","","","g5h7","",0,"e2h5","is stronger and proves decisive.",10]} 17. Nxh7 $2 ({However,} 17. Qh5 $1 {[%cal Rh5h7] is stronger and proves decisive.} dxc3+ 18. Kh1 h6 19. Nf7+ Rxf7 ({Or mate after} 19... Kg8 {[%tqu "En","","","","f7h6","",10]} 20. Nxh6+ $1 gxh6 21. Qg6+ Kh8 22. Qxh6+ Kg8 23. Qg6+ Kh8 {[%tqu "En","","","","f1f3","",10]} 24. Rf3 $3 { [%cal Rg6h7,Rf3h3]} (24. Rf4 $4 Qe7)) ({Or another mate after} 19... Kh7 { [%tqu "En","","","","f1f5","",10]} 20. Rxf5 $1 Bxf5 21. Bxf5+ Kg8 22. Nxh6+ gxh6 23. Qg6+ Kh8 24. Qh7#) 20. Qxf7 Qd5 {Here the simplest win is} 21. Qg6 $1 Bd7 {[%tqu "En","","","","d3f5","",10]} 22. Bxf5 Bxf5 23. Rxf5 Qg8 24. Rf7 $18 {[%cal Rf7g7,Rf7b7,Ra1f1] paralyzing Black for good.}) 17... dxc3+ 18. Kh1 Kxh7 19. Qh5+ (19. Rf3 g6) 19... Kg8 {and Black repels the attack.}) {[%tqu "En","", "","","g5h7","",10,"e2h5","",0]} 17. Nxh7 $1 ({Not} 17. Qh5 $2 Nf6 {[%cal Gf6h7,Rf6h5]}) 17... dxc3 ({The capture is impossible:} 17... Kxh7 $2 {[%tqu "En","","","","e2h5","",10]} 18. Qh5+ Kg8 {[%tqu "En","","","","d3c4","",10]} 19. Bc4+ Rf7 {[%tqu "En","","","","h5f7","",10]} 20. Qxf7+ Kh7 {[%tqu "En","", "","","f7h5","",10]} 21. Qh5#) ({And the counter-sacrifice does not help either:} 17... g6 18. Nxf8 Nxf8 19. Qe5+ Kg8 20. Bc4+ {[%cal Gf1f4]}) 18. Qh5 Qxc5+ ({Nothing helps} 18... g6 19. Qh6) 19. Kh1 Kg8 20. Bxf5 Qd5 ({Or} 20... Rxf5 21. Rxf5 Qe7 22. Raf1 c2 23. Qg6 {and Black can only resign.}) 21. Ng5 Nf6 {[%cal Rf1f7,Rh5h7,Rf5h7,Rf1f8] Finally the knight comes to the rescue...} ({ White wins everything in the line} 21... Rxf5 22. Qh7+ Kf8 23. Rxf5+ {[%cal Rf5f8,Rf5d5]}) {[%tqu "En","","","","h5h7","But is nicely removed from its king!",10,"h5h7","",10]} 22. Qh7+ $3 {But is nicely removed from its king!} ( 22. Qh7+ $3 Nxh7 23. Bxh7+ Kh8 24. Rxf8+ Qg8 25. Rxg8#) 1-0 [Event "Sochi"] [Site "Sochi"] [Date "2021.07.18"] [Round "3.1"] [White "Dubov, Daniil"] [Black "Malakhov, Vladimir"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "D15"] [WhiteElo "2714"] [BlackElo "2666"] [Annotator "Bojkov,Dejan"] [PlyCount "79"] [EventDate "2021.??.??"] 1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nf3 Nf6 4. Nc3 a6 {The Chebanenko Slav has been Malakhov's bread and butter for many years now and its occurrence was definitely not a surprise for White. Or, as Dubov put it, it was as surprising as \"rain in England.\"} 5. g3 {A relatively rare line. White is trying to get his opponent away from his comfort zone and play positions typical for the Catalan or the Neo-Grunfeld.} dxc4 6. Bg2 g6 {Neo-Grunfeld it is.} ({Black can also choose to stick to Catalan gambit waters with} 6... e6 7. O-O b5 8. Ne5 Bb7 9. b3 cxb3 10. axb3 Nbd7 11. Qc2 Rc8 {with compensation for the pawn in Basso,P (2655)-Checa,N (2787) Chess.com 2020}) 7. O-O Bg7 8. e4 O-O 9. Qe2 b5 { 这里白方有好几个有趣的选择} 10. a4 $5 {[%cal Gb5a4,Re2c4] A direct approach.} ({Dubov also considered the natural moves} 10. Rd1 $5 { when Black has difficulties with the development} Nbd7 ({Or} 10... Bb7 11. e5 { [%cal Re5e6] followed by the same e5-e6.}) ({If} 10... e6 11. e5 {[%cal Rh2h4, Rh4h5] and then White will start a direct kingside attack by advancing his h-pawn.}) 11. e5 {followed by e5-e6.}) (10. Re1 $5) 10... b4 $146 {To which Malakhov reacts with a very solid novelty.} (10... Bb7 11. Rd1 e6 12. Bg5 Qb6 13. e5 Nd5 14. Ne4 Nd7 15. Nd6 {Karlic,Z (2206)-Ostojic,V (2005) Zagreb 2011}) 11. Nd1 a5 {The c4-pawn is defended tactically.} 12. Re1 Ba6 13. e5 Nd5 14. e6 $1 {White badly wanted to play this.} ({Although he knew that} 14. h4 $6 { might be quite good for him as well. Dubov was not afraid of 也是可以接受的方案} c3 15. Qc2 cxb2 16. Bxb2 $17 {as this would have opened the game for his pieces on the queenside. 后翼打开了,黑方凭借b兵、c兵的冲击获得主动权。}) 14... f5 15. Ne5 {This is what White wanted to do when advancing the pawn on e6, install the knight on f7, push the h-pawn and mate. However, he underestimated Black's next maneuver.} ({Dubov also considered} 15. Ne3 {when he was once again pro-queenside opening: 黑方应该冲哪个兵?} c3 ({However, he seriously disliked} 15... b3 $1 {and could not find enough in the lines along} 16. Nxc4 (16. Ne5 $5) 16... Nb6 17. Nfd2 Qxd4 $17) 16. Qc2 cxb2 17. Bxb2 Nxe3 18. Rxe3 {\"as the black queenside is in a mini-stalemate.\" 黑方后翼多兵优势。}) 15... Rf6 $1 {A strong maneuver that demolishes White's edge.} ({Instead, White expected something along the lines} 15... Qb6 $6 16. Ne3 Qxd4 17. N3xc4 Bxe5 {[%tqu "En","这里已綹^形成了白?/ 2以多打少的局面,应该使用哪个棋><映曰叵竽兀?,"","","e2e5","",10]} 18. Qxe5 Qxc4 {[%tqu "En","~/=׷1/2չƣ","","","c1h6","\'And I mate.\' (Dubov) Checking a bit further, he really does do so in the line",10]} 19. Bh6 $1 { \"And I mate.\" (Dubov) Checking a bit further, he really does do so in the line} Rf6 ({White is also winning after} 19... Nf6 20. Bxf8 Kxf8 21. Rad1 (21. Rac1) 21... Kg7 {[%tqu "En","1/4绦?/2?=BQ?,"","","d1d4","",10]} 22. Rd4 Qc2 23. Rd8 $18 {[%cal Rd8a8,Rd8h8,Ge5b2]}) 20. Rac1 Qb3 21. Bxd5 Qxd5 {[%tqu "En", "~/=׷1/2ô~/=죿~~^=1/2>>>>>>>>>=Ƕ㿪_|󣬻>=ǣһ+/=1/2~/=׷1/2-/ +ļƻ^-ʲôQ","","","c1d1","",10]} 22. Rcd1 $1 {[%cal Gd5e5] 计划把车杀进底线。} Qxe5 {[%tqu "En","~/=׷1/2ָ1/2>=BQ","", "","d1d8","",10]} 23. Rd8+ {延缓交换能给白方带来优势!} Rf8 24. Rxf8#) 16. Nf7 Qc8 17. Ne3 $5 {The most \"controlled\" move, according to the young Russian. 杜波夫认为这是最容易控制的着法。} ({He wanted badly to make the move 以下着法似乎有些问题。} 17. Bg5 $2 {work, but after} c3 18. Qe5 {Then} (18. Qc2 $2 Rxe6 {is obviously bad for White. 这个局面白方不好。}) 18... c2 19. Bxd5 (19. Bxf6 $4 Bxf6 {[%csl Rc7, Rd5,Rd6,Re2,Re3,Re4,Rf4,Rf6] suddenly traps the white queen in the middle of the board! 白方的后被困死了。}) {And indeed, Dubov's intuition did not let him down here as Black has a winning continuation instead:} 19... cxd5 $3 (19... cxd1=Q 20. Raxd1 cxd5 21. Qxd5 {is in fact good for White, but Dubov felt that he might easily miss something and end up in a lost position. 这里白方好些。}) 20. Qxd5 Bb7 21. Qd8+ Qxd8 22. Nxd8 Be4 $19 {and White can resign.}) 17... Rxe6 18. Ng5 c3 $2 {Most likely the primary reason for Malakhov's defeat. The opening of the queenside works well again for the first player as his rooks are more mobile. 这步棋可能是黑方输棋的原因了。} (18... Rxe3 $1 19. Bxe3 { would have been fine for Black instead. 感觉这里黑方并不差,毕竟他解决了自己阵地上的弱点。}) 19. Qc2 Rxe3 ({Black could have also kept the rook alive with} 19... Rd6 20. bxc3 {But this seemed too risky for him. In fact, Dubov thought he is mating with} Nxc3 (20... bxc3 21. Ba3) 21. Qb3+ {But there is nothing clear-cut, at least after a primary analysis:} e6 {[%tqu "En","","","","e3f5","",10]} 22. Nxf5 $1 gxf5 {[%tqu "En","","","","g5e6","",10]} 23. Nxe6 Ra7 24. Nc7+ Kf8 { [%tqu "En","","","","e1e8","",10]} 25. Re8+ Qxe8 26. Nxe8 Ne2+ 27. Kh1 Kxe8 28. Qg8+ Bf8 {and it is anyone's game. 黑方顶住了白方的狂轰滥炸,基本上脱险了。} {Stockfish 310721:} 29. Bf3 Rf7 30. Bh5 Bc4 31. f3 Bd5 32. Bxf7+ Bxf7 33. Qxh7 Bd5 34. Kg2 Nxd4 35. Bf4 Nxf3 36. Kf1 Nd7 37. Bxd6 Bxd6 38. Rd1 Nfe5 $15) 20. Bxe3 cxb2 21. Qxb2 Nd7 22. Rac1 N7b6 $1 {保护后翼的兵群} ({After} 22... N7f6 {\"Black might have saved his king but could have easily lost his queenside pawns.\" (Dubov)}) 23. Qb3 {It is interesting to know that Dubov considered his position winning at this stage, whereas Malakhov thought that he was OK.} Bb7 24. Bf4 Bf6 25. Ne6 {Such a beast cannot be ignored for long.} Kh8 26. Bh6 { As Larsen once said, the air around the enemy king might not be just empty.} Qg8 27. h4 Rb8 28. Rc5 Ra8 29. Ng5 {Setting up a devilish trap in the arising time trouble.} ({The other way to attack was connected with the swap of the important defender:} 29. Bg5 $5 Bxg5 30. hxg5 Ra7 31. Bxd5 Nxd5 32. Qb2 { and then White would remove the blockader on d5 searching for decisive infiltration.}) 29... Ra7 {Malakhov sees it.} (29... Bxd4 {would have been a cold shower after} {[%tqu "En","","","","e1e7","",10]} 30. Rxe7 $3 Nxe7 31. Nf7+ $18) 30. Rc2 {Second time offer.} Qe8 {Once again rejected.} (30... Bxd4 31. Rxe7 $1) 31. Re6 {The problem is that White keeps making progress, and Malakhov finally bites the bullet.} Bxd4 ({Had he stayed, White intended to attack this way:} 31... Qg8 32. Rce2 Ba8 (32... Bxd4 33. Rxe7 $1 {[%cal Re7h7, Re7a7] works again.}) 33. Re1 {followed by Bg2-f3, Kg1-g2 and the familiar h-mate.}) {[%tqu "En","Ư-/+Ľ>=BֶΣ_|_+/=µ1/2Q","","","h4h5","", 10]} 32. h5 $1 Bf6 ({Dubov's point was connected with the line} 32... gxh5 33. Qd3 ({But once more Dubov's intuition was correct and} 33. Bh3 $1 {would have won instead.}) 33... Bf6 34. Qxf5 {when he thought he was mating. Only at the press-conference did he realize together with commentating GM Sergey Shipov that Black has a defense:} Qg6 {This was not a problem for him as he quickly produced a mating picture again with} {[%tqu "En","","","","e6f6","",10]} 35. Rxf6 exf6 (35... Nxf6) {[%tqu "En","","","","c2e2","",10]} 36. Re2 {[%cal Re2e7,Re7e8]} Ra8 {[%tqu "En","","","","g2d5","",10]} 37. Bxd5 $1 {But then he saw the defense} Nxd5 (37... Qxf5 $2 38. Nf7+ Kg8 39. Nd8+ Nxd5 40. Re8#) ({ And alas} 37... cxd5 $1 {is a defense too.}) 38. Qd7 {[%cal Rd7b7,Rd7h7]} fxg5 39. Re6 Nf6) {[%tqu "En","","","","c2e2","The capture on f6 cannot adequately be prevented.",10]} 33. Rce2 $1 {The capture on f6 cannot adequately be prevented.} Bxg5 ({A familiar trick is demonstrated again in the line} 33... Qg8 34. Rxe7 $3 Bxe7 35. Rxe7 Nxe7 36. Nf7+ $18) ({Whereas after} 33... Qd7 34. hxg6 hxg6 35. g4 {White was ready to mate once more along the h-file.}) 34. Qb2+ $1 {The neatest win.} ({Not allowing any chance for the knight to interfere in the line} 34. Bxg5 Bc8 35. Qb2+ Kg8 36. Bh6 Nc3) 34... Nc3 ({ Or the posh mate} 34... Bf6 {[%tqu "En","","","","e6f6","",10]} 35. Rxf6 Nxf6 { [%tqu "En","","","","b2f6","",10]} 36. Qxf6+ exf6 37. Rxe8#) 35. Bxg5 Nbxa4 36. Qa1 Kg8 37. Re1 {Black is tied up, and the desperate counterplay does not work: } Ba6 38. Bxc6 Qd8 39. Bxa4 Qd5 40. Bc6 1-0 [Event "Superbet Chess Classic"] [Site "Bucharest"] [Date "2021.06.13"] [Round "8.4"] [White "Deac, Bogdan-Daniel"] [Black "Aronian, Levon"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "B51"] [WhiteElo "2627"] [BlackElo "2781"] [Annotator "Bojkov,Dejan"] [PlyCount "124"] [EventDate "2021.??.??"] 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 {A somewhat unusual opening choice from the Armenian-American GM that clearly indicates his intentions.} 3. Bb5+ Nd7 4. d4 cxd4 5. Qxd4 a6 6. Be2 ({Aronian defended the position after} 6. Bxd7+ Bxd7 7. c4 e6 8. Nc3 Bc6 9. O-O Be7 10. Rd1 Nf6 11. Qd3 O-O 12. Nd4 Qa5 13. Nxc6 bxc6 14. Bd2 Qh5 {against the world champion himself in Carlsen,M (2847)-Aronian,L (2781) Online 2021}) 6... Ngf6 7. O-O e6 8. Rd1 Be7 {[%cal Rd1d6,Rd4d6]} 9. Nc3 ({Stockfish 14:} 9. c4 {较为积极} Qc7 10. Nc3 O-O 11. Be3 b6 12. Rac1 Rd8 13. b4 h6 14. a3 Bb7 15. Nd2 Rac8 16. Kh1 Nc5 17. Nd5 $1 exd5 18. cxd5 b5 19. a4 Qd7 20. bxc5 dxc5 21. Qb2 c4 22. Bd4 $16) 9... Qc7 10. a4 {This is quite a strange version of the Scheveningen, favorable for White. Black did not manage to bring his pieces out, and the weakness of the b6-square will soon start to tell.} O-O $146 {"I was just trying to play, not necessarily playing for a win but just to get a game, but my opponent knew the opening very well and I think I got a slightly worse position." (Aronian)} ({Perhaps Black should have chosen instead} 10... b6 {[%cal Gc8b7] like in an earlier game:} 11. h3 O-O 12. Be3 Bb7 13. Nd2 {[%cal Gf2f4,Gd2c4]} Rac8 14. Nc4 d5 15. exd5 exd5 16. Bf4 Qc6 17. Ne5 Nxe5 18. Bxe5 Bc5 19. Qf4 Ne4 20. Nxe4 dxe4 $11 {Hinrichs, L (2242) -Barrett,S (2214) Skopje 2015} 21. Qg4 Qg6 22. c3 a5 23. Qxg6 hxg6 24. Bd6 Rfe8 25. Bb5 Red8 26. Bxc5 bxc5 27. Kf1 Kf8 28. Ke2 g5 29. g3 Ke7 30. Ke3 f5 31. Ke2 Kf6 32. Rxd8 Rxd8 33. Rd1 Rxd1 34. Kxd1 Bd5 35. Kd2 Ke5 36. Ke3 f4+ 37. Ke2 Be6 38. h4 gxh4 39. gxh4 Bd5 40. Kd2 Kf5 41. Bd7+ Kg6 42. Be8+ Kf5 43. Bd7+ { 1/2 (43) Hinrichs,L (2242)-Barrett,S (2214) Skopje 2015}) 11. a5 {The b6-square is fixed.} Rd8 12. Be3 Ng4 {Black is trying to relieve the pressure a bit. 黑方试图减轻压力} ({Black's normal development is obstructed, for example} 12... Ne5 $6 13. Qb6 Nxf3+ 14. Bxf3 Qxb6 15. Bxb6 Rf8 16. g3 { leaves Black cramped. 黑方的活动范围狭窄。}) ({Similar problems arise after} 12... Nf8 {也不好} 13. Qb6) 13. Bg5 Ngf6 ({The trade} 13... Bxg5 14. Nxg5 Nde5 {does not solve Black's problems. Both} 15. Bxg4 ({and} 15. Na4 $5 {[%cal Ra4b6] with the idea to meet} Qxc2 {with} 16. Nc3 $1 $18 { [%csl Ra4,Rb1,Gb2,Gb3,Rc1,Rd2,Rd3,Re2,Re4] when the queen is in trouble. 后被困住了。} {Stockfish 310721:} Qxb2 ({Stockfish 310721:} 16... h6 { [%tqu "En","","","","d4b6","",10]} 17. Qb6 $1 {[%cal Rb6d8]} Bd7 {[%tqu "En", "","","","g5f7","",10]} 18. Nxf7 Kxf7 19. Rac1 Qxc1 20. Rxc1 Bc6 21. f4 Nd7 22. Qb3 Nc5 23. Qb4 Nf6 {[%tqu "En","1/4绦?>~~Q?,"","","e4e5","",10]} 24. e5 Nd5 25. Nxd5 exd5 26. f5 {[%cal Re5e6]} Kg8 27. e6 Rf8 28. Qg4 Rae8 29. b4 Ne4 30. Bd3 Rc8 31. h3 Nf6 32. Qd4 Bb5 33. Rxc8 Rxc8 34. Kh2 Bxd3 35. Qxd3 $18 { [%eval 582,31]}) ({Stockfish 310721:} 16... Qb3 17. Ra3 Qxb2 18. Ra2 Nc6 19. Rxb2 Nxd4 20. Rxd4 Ne5 21. Nf3 Nc6 22. Ra4 Rb8 23. Nd4 Bd7 24. Nxc6 Bxc6 25. Ra1 Rbc8 26. f3 Rc7 27. Kf2 Kf8 28. Bd3 d5 29. e5 d4 30. Ne4 Bxe4 31. Bxe4 d3 32. Rd2 Rc5 {[%eval 502,31]}) 17. Ra2 Nc6 18. Rxb2 Nxd4 19. Rxd4 Ne5 20. Nf3 Nc6 21. Ra4 Rb8 22. Nd4 Bd7 23. Nxc6 Bxc6 24. Ra1 Rbc8 25. f3 Rc7 26. Kf2 Be8 27. Ra3 Kf8 28. Bd3 Rdd7 29. Ne2 Rc5 30. Ke1 Ke7 31. Kd2 Kf6 32. h4 {[%eval 509,31]}) 15... Nxg4 16. Na4 {and Black's problems remain.}) 14. Qc4 {Deac chooses to play a somewhat better endgame.} ({He had other good options too, like} 14. Bh4 $5) ({Or} 14. Qb4 $5) 14... Qxc4 15. Bxc4 b5 {[%cal Gc8b7] At last freeing himself a bit on the queenside.} (15... Nf8 16. Be3 {keeps the b6-point under control.}) 16. axb6 Nxb6 17. Be2 $6 { 白方象被迫第二次退回到e2,局势被动了} Bb7 18. Nd2 Rd7 { "I thought I need to start confusing myself and my opponent." (Aronian) Black is trying to prepare the freeing d6-d5 break.} 19. 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Be3 $1 Bd8 {"Of course, it doesn't make any sense, but at least it's confusing!" (Aronian) Indeed, after} 20. Bd4 $1 {Black is in a sort of a zugzwang; he hardly has any useful move.}) ({Stockfish 310721:} 19. Be3 Bd8 20. f3 d5 21. Bd4 dxe4 22. Ndxe4 Nxe4 23. Nxe4 Nd5 24. c3 Be7 25. Nc5 Rc7 26. Ra5 h5 27. Rda1 Bf6 28. Bxf6 gxf6 29. Nxa6 Bxa6 30. Rxa6 Rxa6 31. Bxa6 $16) 19... Rc7 20. f3 d5 {That is it, Black is just fine now.} 21. Be3 ({Or} 21. exd5 $6 Bc5+ 22. Kh1 Nfxd5 {and all looks good for Black. 黑方的阵型相当舒服}) 21... dxe4 22. Ndxe4 Nfd5 23. Bd4 f6 24. b3 Kf7 $5 {[%cal Gf7e6] Aronian simply improves his position. The weakness of the a6-pawn is well compensated by the centralized black pieces and the play along the half-open files. As usual in the Sicilian endgames, Black starts to slowly take over the initiative. 保护e6兵,以静制动} (24... e5 {does not yield Black anything after} 25. Bf2 Nxc3 26. Nxc3 Rxc3 27. Bxb6) ({Stockfish 14:} 24... f5 25. Nxd5 Nxd5 26. Nf2 Kf7 27. Re1 Nb4 28. c3 Bf6 29. Bxf6 Nxd3 30. Nxd3 gxf6 31. c4 Rd8 32. Nb2 Rd2 33. Na4 Bc6 34. Kf1 Bxa4 35. Rxa4 Rb7 36. b4 Rc2 37. Rxa6 Rxb4 38. Raxe6 Rbxc4 $11) 25. Nxd5 Nxd5 26. Bc4 a5 27. c3 g5 { That is the other reason why Black's prospects are better in the endgame. He can expand on the kingside too.} 28. Ra4 {[%cal Ga4c4]} ({After} 28. Kf1 { White has to reckon with} a4 $5 ({But Black can also expand further with} 28... h5)) 28... f5 29. Ng3 Bc5 $1 {An important trade that softens White's position. } 30. Bxc5 Rxc5 31. Bxd5 Bxd5 32. c4 Bc6 33. Ra3 a4 {The bishop is clearly more superior than the knight, and with this move Aronian frees himself from the weakness while creating a weakness in the enemy camp. Deac has to concentrate all his energy into the survival.} 34. Rda1 $6 ({Here} 34. Nf1 $1 { looks more accurate as after} axb3 35. Rxa8 Bxa8 36. Nd2 {the black b-pawn is not going anywhere.}) {[%tqu "En","a4+/-丫^^守?>住了|__|诜1/2应该怎么~/ =죿","","","a8g8","Opening a second front.",10]} 34... Rg8 $1 {Opening a second front. 弃兵!} 35. bxa4 g4 36. f4 ({White's problems are not solved either in case of} 36. fxg4 Rxg4 37. R1a2 Rgxc4 38. a5 Rc1+ 39. Kf2 R1c2+ $17) 36... Rxc4 37. Ne2 Rb8 38. R3a2 (38. a5 Rb2 39. R1a2 Rcc2 40. Rxb2 Rxb2 41. Re3 {would have been similar as in the game.}) 38... Bd5 39. a5 Rcb4 {Since White needs to defend his second rank, he slowly loses the a-pawn.} 40. Rd2 Rb2 41. Rad1 Rxd2 42. Rxd2 Ra8 {There it is, the pawn is lost. However, not everything is decided yet as all the remaining pawns are on the same flank.} 43. Nc3 Rxa5 44. Kf2 ({The other way to defend is} 44. Nxd5 exd5 45. Kf2 Ke6 46. Re2+ Kd6 47. Re5 Ra2+ 48. Kg3 d4 {Aronian thought that this is too risky, but the concrete line} 49. Rxf5 d3 50. Rf8 Ke7 51. Rf5 {saves White.}) 44... Bc6 45. Nd1 Ra4 {Provoking another weakening.} 46. g3 Ra1 {The impression is that Black will sooner or later force the opponent into zugzwang and win the h2-pawn.} 47. Nb2 $1 {Deac, however, found a brilliant defensive idea.} Rh1 48. Nd3 $3 {That was the whole idea! Deac sacrifices a second pawn but builds a fortress.} ({In the after-game interview Aronian admitted that he underestimated his opponent. He expected} 48. Ke3 Bb5 {after which the advance of the h-pawn would likely put White on his knees.}) 48... Rxh2+ 49. Ke3 Rxd2 50. Kxd2 {One of the black extra pawns is fully blocked by the white knight, whereas White's only vulnerable point, the pawn on g3, is nicely defended by the white king.} Ke7 51. Ne5 Kd6 52. Ke3 Kd5 53. Kd3 Be8 54. Ke3 h5 55. Nd3 Kc4 {And still, Black finds a way to bother the opponent one last time.} ({"The problem is that"} 55... h4 56. Kf2 $1 {"is a dead draw." (Aronian)} h3 57. Kg1 Ke4 58. Ne5 {followed by Kg1-h2 is a rock-solid fortress indeed.}) 56. Ne5+ Kc3 57. Nd3 {[%tqu "En","_|ڷ1/2>>~~ˣ","","","h5h4","That's the last chance.", 10,"c3c2","",0]} h4 $1 {That's the last chance.} ({There is no progress after} 57... Kc2 $6 58. Nc5 Kd1 59. Kf2 Bf7 60. Nd3) 58. gxh4 {[%tqu "En","","","", "g4g3","",10]} g3 59. Ne5 $4 {Alas, the Romanian GM stumbles, just a step away from the draw. 然而,罗马尼亚国际特级大师犯错误了。离和棋只差一步。} (59. Nc1 $1 {instead would have saved the game, for example} g2 60. Ne2+ Kc4 { "Unfortunately this is nonsense." (Aronian)} 61. Kf2 Kd3 62. Ng1 Ke4 63. Nh3 g1=Q+ 64. Kxg1 Kf3 65. Ng5+ $11 {and everything is traded. 局面将被简化。}) 59... Bh5 $1 {[%csl Gc6,Gd3,Gd7,Gf3][%cal Gh5d1,Gh5e8] This move Deac obviously saw. He also knew that his knight and king are limited by the bishop. Apparently, he believed that} 60. Nd7 {would save him and likely missed} e5 $3 {Aronian wins a couple of tempi, and that's all he needs.} ({After} 60... Kc2 $6 61. Nf6 Bd1 62. h5 {it would be Black who needs to force the draw with} e5 $1 63. h6 (63. fxe5 $4 {loses a decisive tempo instead} f4+ 64. Kxf4 g2 $19 {and wins.}) 63... exf4+ 64. Kxf4 g2 65. h7 g1=Q 66. h8=Q $11) 61. Nxe5 (61. fxe5 f4+ $1 $19 {[%csl Rf3]}) 61... Kc2 62. Nd3 Kd1 {[%csl Rf2,Rf3][%cal Ge3d4,Rg3g2,Rg2g1] Zugzwang! The king makes it to the g2-pawn. 无等着,这时王必须离开,黑方就无法防守白方g兵的挺进了 棤绛夌潃锛岃繖鏃剁帇蹇呴』绂诲紑锛岄粦鏂瑰氨鏃犳硶闃插畧鐧芥柟g鍏电殑鎸鸿繘浜嗭 犵瓑鐫€锛岃繖鏃剁帇蹇呴』绂诲紑锛岄粦鏂瑰氨鏃犳硶闃插畧鐧芥柟g鍏电殑鎸鸿繘浜嗭? 等着,这时王必须离开,黑方就无法防守白方g兵的挺进了! } 0-1 [Event "Superbet Chess Classic"] [Site "Bucharest"] [Date "2021.06.12"] [Round "7.2"] [White "Aronian, Levon"] [Black "Grischuk, Alexander"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "D40"] [WhiteElo "2781"] [BlackElo "2776"] [Annotator "Bojkov,Dejan"] [PlyCount "57"] [EventDate "2021.??.??"] 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Nc3 c5 5. e3 Nc6 6. a3 {Aronian thought his opponent would not expect this.} dxc4 7. Bxc4 a6 ({Black can always switch to positions with an isolated central pawn with} 7... cxd4 8. exd4 Bd6 9. O-O { However, one should not forget that this pawn is eager to go forward, as this short game demonstrates:} a6 10. Bg5 h6 11. Bxf6 Qxf6 12. Ne4 Qf4 13. Nxd6+ Qxd6 14. d5 e5 {1-0 Rozentalis,E (2595)-Bernadet,P North Bay 1994} 15. dxc6) 8. O-O b5 9. Ba2 Bb7 10. d5 {"Not particularly great move," said Aronian. "It is important to take advantage of Sasha's desire to think." He had prepared this a couple of days ago, but as he said, he was "not proud of it."} (10. Qe2 { "is the main theoretical move." (Aronian) 这是主变。}) 10... exd5 11. Nxd5 Be7 (11... Bd6 $1 {"is the way to equalize "} 12. e4 Nxd5 13. Bxd5 Qc7 { "and Black has a very solid position." (Aronian)} ({Or} 13... O-O)) 12. e4 O-O 13. Bf4 c4 14. Re1 {Aronian thought that his position is very pleasant and obviously enjoyed his centralized forces.} Re8 $146 {This looks very smart, but it has a tactical flaw.} ({An earlier game saw} 14... Rc8 15. Nxe7+ Nxe7 16. Qc2 Ng6 17. Rad1 Qb6 18. Bg5 Rfe8 19. Bxf6 Qxf6 20. Bb1 Rcd8 21. Rxd8 Rxd8 22. Qc3 Nf4 23. Qxf6 gxf6 24. Kf1 Nd3 {and Black was doing OK in Shimanov,A (2587) -Abdusattorov,N (2644) Moscow 2020}) 15. Qd2 $2 {Missing a clever counter-blow.} ({Both players apparently missed the clever bishop retreat in the line} 15. Nc7 $1 Nh5 16. Bg3 $3 ({They obviously only considered} 16. Nxe8 $6 {[%tqu "En","","","","h5f4","",10]} Nxf4 17. Qxd8 Rxd8 18. Nc7 {[%tqu "En", "","","","f4d3","",10]} Nd3 19. Re2 {[%tqu "En","","","","e7f6","when Black's super knight leads his initiative.",10]} Bf6 {when Black's super knight leads his initiative.}) (16. Nxa8 $2 {is of course losing to} Nxf4 17. Qxd8 {[%tqu "En","","","","e7d8","",10]} Bxd8 $19 {[%cal Gd8a5,Rb7a8]}) 16... Nxg3 { [%tqu "En","","","","c7e8","'and this looks like a big advantage for White.' (Aronian) Indeed, in the line",10]} 17. Nxe8 $1 {"and this looks like a big advantage for White." (Aronian) Indeed, in the line 这里白方马上获得子力优势了。} Qxd1 18. Raxd1 Rxe8 19. hxg3 { the strong black knight on d3 is missing in comparison to the line from above and White is a solid exchange ahead.}) 15... Bc5 16. Bg5 {Provoking a weakening on the kingside.} ({The immediate} 16. Bc7 $5 Qc8 17. Nxf6+ gxf6 18. Qf4 Re7 19. Bd6 Bxd6 20. Qxd6 Qe6 21. Qg3+ Kh8 $13 {is unclear.}) 16... Be7 { [%tqu "En","怎样+/=拍芗绦?/2?=B下去","","","h2h4","Logically trying to turn his central superiority into a strong kingside attack.",10]} 17. h4 {Logically trying to turn his central superiority into a strong kingside attack.} h6 { This is not bad, but there was a simpler way to equalize in full.} ({Grischuk could have reduced the attacking potential of his opponent with some trades:} 17... Nxd5 $1 18. exd5 Bxg5 19. Rxe8+ Qxe8 20. Nxg5 {[%cal Gc6e7,Gc6e5] "I thought this is kind of interesting." (Aronian) One idea was to meet} {But White missed that in the line} Ne7 $1 (20... Ne5 {with} 21. Re1 $16 {[%cal Re1e8] when White is indeed on top.}) 21. Re1 {Black can get away from the pin with} Qd7 22. Bb1 Qxd5 $1 $11) 18. Bf4 Bc5 19. Bc7 {White decided to spoil the opponent's pawn structure.} Qc8 20. Nxf6+ gxf6 21. Qf4 {"I thought I am slightly better. I am slightly surprised that the computer thinks there is nothing for me." (Aronian)} Nd4 {A serious mistake. As usual, Grischuk was running very low on time and this affected his play (this time).} ({Correct was } 21... Re7 $1 22. Bd6 Bxd6 23. Qxd6 Qg4 24. Qxf6 Re6 25. Qf5 Qg7 $1 {with serious compensation for the pawn. The black pieces are very active. "The time factor worked in my favor." (Aronian)} 26. Rad1 Rg6 $11 {Stockfish 310721:} 27. Kh1 ({Stockfish 310721:} 27. g3 Bc8 28. Qf4 Rf6 29. Qc7 Rxf3 30. Qxc6 Rxg3+ 31. fxg3 Qxg3+ 32. Kh1 Qxh4+ 33. Kg1 Qg3+ 34. Kh1 Qf3+ 35. Kh2 Kh7 36. Bb1 Qh3+ 37. Kg1 Qg3+ 38. Kh1 Qh4+ 39. Kg1 Qg5+ 40. Kf2 Qf4+ 41. Kg1 Qg4+ {[%eval 0,33]}) ({ Stockfish 310721:} 27. Kf1 Rxg2 28. Qd7 Qg4 29. Qxg4+ Rxg4 30. Bb1 Re8 31. Ke2 f5 32. Rg1 Rxg1 33. Rxg1+ Kf7 34. Ke3 fxe4 35. Nd2 Ne5 36. Nxe4 Bxe4 37. Bxe4 Nd3 38. Kf3 Rd8 39. Rd1 Ne5+ 40. Ke2 Rxd1 41. Kxd1 Ke6 42. Bb7 a5 43. Ba6 b4 44. axb4 axb4 45. f4 Nf3 46. h5 Kf5 47. Bxc4 Kxf4 48. Ke2 Ne5 49. Bd5 Kg5 50. Ke3 Kxh5 {[%eval -6,33]}) ({Stockfish 310721:} 27. Qd7 Rxg2+ 28. Kf1 Qg4 29. Qxg4+ Rxg4 30. Bb1 Re8 31. Ke2 f5 32. Rg1 Rxg1 33. Rxg1+ Kf7 34. Ke3 fxe4 35. Nd2 Ne7 36. Nxe4 Rd8 37. f3 Bxe4 38. Bxe4 Nd5+ 39. Kd4 Nf6+ 40. Kc5 Nxe4+ 41. fxe4 Rd2 42. Rb1 Kf6 43. a4 bxa4 44. Ra1 Ke5 45. Rxa4 Rxb2 46. Kxc4 Rb6 47. Kd3 h5 48. Ra5+ Rb5 {[%eval -9,33]}) 27... Kh8 28. g3 Bc8 29. Qd5 Qxb2 30. Rd2 Qf6 31. e5 Qe6 32. Bb1 Bb7 33. Be4 Na5 34. Qxe6 Rxe6 35. Rd7 Bxe4 36. Rxe4 Rc8 37. Nd4 c3 38. Rxf7 c2 39. Nxc2 Rxc2 40. Rg4 Rxe5 41. Kg2 Nc4 42. Rf8+ Kh7 43. Rf7+ {[%eval 0,33]}) 22. Nxd4 Bxd4 {[%tqu "En","","","","a1d1","This extra tempo is the difference. And it is crucial. White manages to bring every single piece into the attack at once.",10]} 23. Rad1 $1 {This extra tempo is the difference. And it is crucial. White manages to bring every single piece into the attack at once.} Bc5 {Hurry, the knight needs support!} ({Pawns like this} 23... Bxb2 {do not count in such positions. The kingside castle is burning on the other side:} 24. Re3 {[%cal Ge3a3]} Kh7 25. Bb1 {[%cal Re4e5]}) ({Perhaps the mos§t resilient was} 23... Be5 24. Bxe5 fxe5 25. Qxh6 Qg4 26. Rd6 Qf4 27. Qh5 { [%cal Gd6h6,Rh6h8] but White is winning here as well.}) 24. Bb1 Bf8 {[%tqu "En","","","","e1e3","",10]} 25. Re3 {[%cal Re3g3]} Bg7 {The bishop came back to the rescue, but White included both his rook and light-squared bishop into the assault. The battle is uneven.} 26. Rg3 Kh8 27. e5 $1 Qe6 ({Or mate on the light squares after} 27... fxe5 28. Qxf7) (27... Qxc7 {Stockfish 310721:} 28. Qg4 ({Stockfish 310721:} 28. Rxg7 Kxg7 29. exf6+ Kg8 30. Qg4+ Kf8 31. Qg7# { [%eval 32760,31]}) ({Stockfish 310721:} 28. Qf5 Kg8 29. Qh7+ Kf8 30. Qxg7+ Ke7 31. exf6+ Ke6 32. Qg4+ Kxf6 33. Qg7+ Ke6 34. Re3+ Be4 35. Rxe4+ Kf5 36. g4# { [%eval 32750,31]}) ({Stockfish 310721:} 28. Rd6 $4 Rxe5 29. Rxg7 Re1+ 30. Kh2 Kxg7 31. Qxf6+ Kg8 32. Bh7+ Kxh7 (32... Kf8 33. Qh8+ Ke7 34. Qf6+) 33. Qxh6+ Kg8 34. Qg5+ Kf8 35. Qh6+ {[%eval 0,31]}) 28... Rg8 29. Qf5 Be4 30. Bxe4 Qxe5 31. Qh7# {[%eval 32760,31]}) 28. Bf5 Qe7 ({Since} 28... fxe5 29. Qg4 Qf6 30. Rd6 $18 {overburdens the black queen.} Qe7 31. Qxg7#) 29. Rd7 ({Grischuk resigned due to} 29. Rd7 fxe5 30. Qg4 Qf8 (30... Qf6 31. Rd6) 31. Bd6 { Stockfish 14:} Qg8 32. Rxb7 Rad8 33. Bc5 Rd3 34. Bxd3 cxd3 35. Be3 e4 36. Qh5 Re5 37. Qxf7 Qxf7 38. Rxf7 Rg5 39. hxg5 h5 40. Ra7 h4 41. Ra8+ Bf8 42. Rg4 Kg8 43. Rxh4 Kg7 44. Rxe4 b4 45. Ra7+ Kg6 46. Re6+ Kf5 47. Rf6+ Ke4 48. Rxf8 bxa3 { [%eval 1961,27]}) 1-0 [Event "Sochi"] [Site "Sochi"] [Date "2021.07.22"] [Round "?"] [White "Bacrot, Etienne"] [Black "Ponkratov, Pavel"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "C15"] [WhiteElo "2678"] [BlackElo "2629"] [Annotator "Bojkov,Dejan"] [PlyCount "87"] [EventDate "2021.??.??"] {[%evp 0,87,19,31,41,46,51,29,37,22,30,27,49,49,10,-9,11,-18,-18,-15,1,-23,10, -15,18,6,15,-24,41,-8,34,44,37,37,37,28,47,102,91,109,146,146,161,160,246,235, 235,267,272,132,187,187,343,177,142,141,141,190,176,173,187,0,300,300,289,309, 309,313,313,251,348,353,336,353,404,422,436,432,432,439,451,439,823,341,349, 374,698,731,927,927]} 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. Nge2 {I have not seen this line in a while. A lovely delight to my eyes.} dxe4 5. a3 Be7 6. Nxe4 Nf6 7. Qd3 {One of the two best continuations. If I recall correctly, other French GMs like Degraeve and Bauer have used it in the past. The most curious part, however, is that it is a pet line of Ponkratov, who scores really well as White!} ({The main move is still} 7. N2g3 {and it has been tried by the likes of Firouzja, Radjabov, Bronstein... Here is an old game by a hidden specialist of the line:)} Nbd7 8. Bd3 c5 9. dxc5 Nxc5 10. Nxc5 Bxc5 11. O-O Bd7 12. Nh5 Nxh5 13. Qxh5 Qb6 14. Bf4 Bc6 15. Rae1 g6 {[%tqu "En","","","","d3g6","",10]} 16. Bxg6 $1 fxg6 17. Rxe6+ {with a crushing attack for White in Bojkov,D (2445) -Yasim,H (2217) Istanbul 2006} Kf7 18. Qe5 Rhe8 19. Qf6+ Kg8 20. Be5 Bf8 21. Qh8+ Kf7 22. Rf6+ Ke7 23. Qxh7+ Kd8 24. Rd1+ {1-0 (24) Bojkov,D (2445)-Yasin,H (2217) Istanbul 2006} Bd7 (24... Kc8 25. Qh3+ Re6 26. Qxe6+ Bd7 27. Qxd7#) ( 24... Bd6 25. Rfxd6+ Kc8 26. Qh3+ Re6 27. Qxe6+ Bd7 28. Qxd7+ Kb8 29. Rxb6#) 25. Qxd7#) 7... Nc6 8. Be3 ({Here is one success story of the Russian GM:} 8. Bf4 O-O 9. O-O-O b6 10. N2c3 Nd5 11. Nxd5 exd5 12. Nc3 Be6 13. h4 {and White eventually prevailed in Ponkratov,P (2611)-Socko,B (2663) Moscow 2014} Bd6 14. Qg3 Bxf4+ 15. Qxf4 Ne7 16. h5 h6 17. g4 c5 18. Rg1 Qb8 19. Qd2 Qh2 20. Rg2 Qh4 21. Bd3 Kh8 22. Rdg1 Rg8 23. f4 Qf6 24. g5 hxg5 25. fxg5 Qxd4 26. Nb5 Qe5 27. Re2 Qb8 28. g6 Re8 29. gxf7 Bxf7 30. Qg5 {1-0 (30) Ponkratov,P (2611)-Socko,B (2663) Moscow 2014}) 8... O-O ({Black can always release some pressure in the center with a trade} 8... Nxe4 9. Qxe4 O-O 10. O-O-O Qd5 11. Qd3 Qa2 12. Nc3 Qa1+ 13. Nb1 e5 14. d5 Nd4 {with interesting double-edged play in Philippe,C (2371)-Dgebuadze,A (2550) Vandoeuvre 2004} 15. Qc3 c5 16. b3 Qxc3 17. Nxc3 Bf5 18. Rd2 a6 19. f3 Rfd8 20. Kb2 Bg6 21. h4 f5 22. Nd1 f4 23. Bf2 b5 24. c3 Nf5 25. Bd3 h5 26. Be4 {1/2 (26) Philippe,C (2371)-Dgebuadze,A (2550) Vandoeuvre 2004}) 9. O-O-O Ng4 $146 {A risky affair.} ({An earlier game led to a position similar to the game of Ponkratov from above. The only difference is that the queens were traded:} 9... Nxe4 10. Qxe4 Qd5 11. Qxd5 exd5 12. Bf4 Bd8 13. h4 { and White is somewhat better in Campora,D (2505)-Maus,S (2280) Seville 2003}) 10. h4 $1 {Bacrot does not want to spend a tempo on h2-h3.} f5 ({In case of} 10... Nxe3 {White would have likely attacked in the spirit of the Rubinstein French with} 11. fxe3 h6 ({Pawns like this one} 11... Bxh4 $4 {should not be taken, even if they offer you money:} 12. g3 Be7 13. Nf6+ $3 {[%cal Rd3h7, Rh1h7]}) 12. g4 $16) 11. Ng5 h6 ({Now} 11... Nxe3 12. Qxe3 {does not make sense anymore for Black due to the gaping hole on e5 and the bad e6-pawn.}) 12. Nf3 Bd6 13. g3 {White fixes some squares for his pieces to play around.} Rb8 { Ponkratov needs to find counterplay now.} (13... Nxe3 14. Qxe3 {is as before not good for Black.}) 14. c4 {The most active play!} ({Also interesting is the restrained approach} 14. Nf4 $5 {when White does not fear} Bxf4 ({Nor does he fear} 14... b5 15. d5 $1) 15. gxf4) 14... b5 ({Perhaps the restrained} 14... b6 $5) 15. c5 Be7 16. Nf4 b4 {Consistent but now Black opens too many squares for the opponent's pieces.} ({Stronger seems} 16... Bf6 {when a direct approach like} 17. d5 exd5 18. Qxd5+ Qxd5 19. Nxd5 {does not yield White much:} Bb7 { and the pawn is not appealing:} 20. Nxc7 Nxe3 21. fxe3 Ne7 22. Be2 Rfc8) 17. a4 b3 {Practically giving up this pawn in the hope to open files against the enemy king.} ({Perhaps} 17... Na5 $5 {is the way to play, although White is very comfortable with} 18. b3 Bf6 19. Bg2) ({Or} 17... Bf6 $5) {[%tqu "En","", "","","d3c3","This simple maneuver is the problem! The white bishop is open and ready to seize the a2-g8 diagonal, thus causing havoc in the enemy camp.", 10]} 18. Qc3 $1 {[%cal Rd1d8] This simple maneuver is the problem! The white bishop is open and ready to seize the a2-g8 diagonal, thus causing havoc in the enemy camp.} Nf6 ({Or else White dominates completely:} 18... Bf6 19. Bc4 Re8 20. Rhe1) 19. Bb5 Ne4 20. Qxb3 {After a thorough calculation, Bacrot picks up the pawn. It is not about the material that much, though; it is about the diagonal that he seizes and from where he wants to mate the opponent's king first.} ({There is also} 20. Qd3 $5 Qe8 21. d5 Nb4 22. Qc4 {[%cal Rc4b4] with an edge for White.}) 20... Na5 ({Notice that} 20... a6 {does not win anything on the pin due to} 21. Ne5 $1 ({or also} 21. d5 $5) 21... Nxe5 22. dxe5) 21. Qa2 a6 {[%tqu "En","","","","f4e6","Once more, the French GM follows the most principled path.",10,"b5c4","might be better when White is in control after",0] } 22. Nxe6 {Once more, the French GM follows the most principled path.} ({ Still, the more cautious} 22. Bc4 {might be better when White is in control after} Nxc4 23. Qxc4 Qe8 24. Ne5) 22... Bxe6 23. Qxe6+ Kh8 {[%tqu "En","","", "","b5d7","",10,"e6a6","",0]} 24. Bd7 ({White has to be careful not to part with his queen, as in the line} 24. Qxa6 $6 c6 25. Bxc6 Nxc6 26. Qxc6 Rf6 { [%tqu "En","","","","f3e5","",10]} 27. Ne5 Qg8 $1 $17 {[%cal Gg8f7]} (27... Rxc6 28. Nf7+ Kg8 29. Nxd8 Bxd8)) 24... Rf6 {The queen is trapped nevertheless? } ({Here Black has a sudden and amazing way to coordinate his pieces with} 24... Bf6 $3 {[%cal Rf6b2] The main idea is demonstrated by the line} 25. Ng5 ( {The main trick works in these lines too:} 25. Rd3 $2 {[%tqu "En","","","", "b8b2","",10]} Rxb2 26. Kxb2 {[%tqu "En","","","","e4c5","",10]} Nxc5 $19 { [%csl Gd4][%cal Rc5e6,Rc5d3,Rf6b2]}) ({Or} 25. Ne5 Bxe5 26. dxe5 Nb3+ {[%csl Gc5] followed by a capture on c5.}) 25... Nb3+ 26. Kc2 {[%tqu "En","","","", "b3c5","When White has to be careful not to get mated:",10]} Nbxc5 $3 {When White has to be careful not to get mated:} 27. dxc5 Rxb2+ 28. Kd3 $1 ({Rather than} 28. Kc1 Qb8 $1 {[%cal Rb2b1,Rb8b2]}) 28... Qa8 $1 {And the machine suggests a handshake after} 29. Bc6 Qd8+ 30. Bd7 $11) {[%tqu "En","1/4?/ +智懊娼?=?/+募苹^-吗Q?,"","","f3e5","Nope, White has it all covered!",10]} 25. Ne5 $3 {Nope, White has it all covered!} Rxb2 $1 ({The white pieces are surprisingly flexible after} 25... Rxe6 {[%tqu "En","","","","e5f7","",10]} 26. Nf7+ Kh7 27. Nxd8 Rf6 28. Ne6 $18) 26. Kxb2 {This obvious capture is not the best, though!} ({The other capture is winning outright instead:} 26. Qxf6 $3 { But to play it, a player needs to have nerves of titanium because} Qb8 ({ Or the instant loss} 26... Bxf6 27. Nf7+ $18 {[%cal Rc1b2,Rd7f5]}) ({Or a similar escape of the king after} 26... Rb1+ 27. Kc2 $1 Rb2+ 28. Kd3 $1 { Stockfish 14:} Rb3+ ({Stockfish 14:} 28... Nxf6 29. Nf7+ Kg8 30. Nxd8 Rb3+ 31. Kc2 Nxd7 32. Ne6 Rb4 33. Nxc7 Rxa4 34. Ra1 Rxd4 35. Bxd4 Nc6 36. Rad1 Nxc5 37. Bxc5 Bxc5 38. Rhf1 f4 39. gxf4 h5 40. Rd7 Be7 41. Re1 Bxh4 42. Re6 Bxf2 43. Rxc6 h4 44. Nd5 {[%eval 753,27]}) ({Stockfish 14:} 28... gxf6 29. Nf7+ Kg7 30. Nxd8 Rb3+ 31. Ke2 Bxd8 32. Rd3 Nc3+ 33. Kf3 Nd5 34. Rxb3 Nxb3 35. Be6 Nxe3 36. Bxb3 Ng4 37. Rb1 Ne5+ 38. Kf4 Nd3+ 39. Kxf5 Nxc5 40. Be6 Be7 41. Rb8 Bd6 42. Bd5 a5 43. Rg8+ Kh7 44. Rd8 Kg7 {[%eval 782,27]}) ({Stockfish 14:} 28... Qxd7 29. Qxe7 Rb3+ 30. Ke2 Nc3+ 31. Ke1 Qxe7 32. Ng6+ Kg8 33. Nxe7+ Kf7 34. Nxf5 Ra3 35. Rc1 Na2 36. Rb1 Nc3 37. Bd2 Nxb1 38. Bxa5 Ke6 39. Nxg7+ Kd5 40. Nf5 Rxa4 41. Bxc7 Ke4 42. g4 h5 43. Ng3+ Kxd4 44. gxh5 Ra1 45. Ke2 Nc3+ 46. Kf3 Rxh1 47. Nxh1 Kxc5 48. h6 {[%eval 807,27]}) ({Stockfish 14:} 28... Bxf6 29. Nf7+ Kg8 30. Nxd8 Rb3+ 31. Ke2 Nc3+ 32. Kf3 Nxd1 33. Be6+ Kf8 34. Bxb3 Nxe3 35. Ne6+ Kf7 36. Nxc7+ Nxb3 37. fxe3 g5 38. Nxa6 Nd2+ 39. Ke2 Ne4 40. Rc1 gxh4 41. c6 Nxg3+ 42. Kf3 Bd8 43. c7 Bxc7 44. Nxc7 f4 45. exf4 Nf5 46. Ke4 Ng3+ 47. Ke5 h3 48. Ne6 h2 49. a5 h1=Q 50. Rxh1 Nxh1 {[%eval 821,27]}) ({Stockfish 14:} 28... Nxf2+ 29. Bxf2 Bxf6 30. Nf7+ Kg8 31. Nxd8 Rxf2 32. Ne6 Rf3+ 33. Ke2 Rxg3 34. Nxc7 g6 35. Be6+ Kf8 36. Bd5 Rc3 37. Rhg1 g5 38. hxg5 hxg5 39. Rh1 Bxd4 40. Rxd4 Ke7 41. Nxa6 Nb3 42. Rc4 Rxc4 43. Bxc4 Na5 44. Kd3 Nxc4 45. Kxc4 {[%eval 823,27]}) 29. Ke2 Rb2+ 30. Kf3 Nxf6 31. Nf7+ Kg8 32. Nxd8 Nxd7 33. Ne6 c6 34. Rhe1 Nf6 35. Nf4 Ra2 36. Ra1 Rc2 37. Re2 Rc4 38. Rb1 Rxa4 39. h5 Ne4 40. Kg2 Bf6 41. Rb8+ Kf7 42. Rb6 Bxd4 43. Bxd4 Rxd4 44. Rxa6 Nb3 45. Rxc6 Nbxc5 {[%eval 730,27]}) 27. Qf7 $1 {does not lead Black anywhere, and the checks are useless:} Rb1+ 28. Kc2 Rb2+ ({Nothing changes} 28... Qb2+ 29. Kd3 {[%cal Gd3e2,Ge2f3,Gf3g2]}) 29. Kd3 {There is not even a perpetual!}) 26... Qb8+ 27. Ka3 Rxe6 28. Bxe6 { One more move and White would lock up everything with Rd1-b1; however, Ponkratov does not give up without a fight.} Qb6 $3 {[%csl Rc5][%cal Re7a3]} { [%tqu "En","","","","e6f7","",10]} 29. Bf7 $18 Qf6 {The queen is out, and this is very dangerous.} 30. Bg5 $1 {A beautiful way to attack, but as we know, not everything that glitters is gold.} ({The neat path for the edge is} 30. Rhe1 $3 {when} Bxc5+ 31. dxc5 Qxe5 32. Rd8+ Kh7 33. Bd4 Qe7 {[%tqu "En","","","", "d8g8","",10]} 34. Rg8 $1 Qxf7 35. Rxg7+ Qxg7 36. Bxg7 Kxg7 37. f3 $18 { gives White a serious endgame advantage.}) 30... Nxg5 {Alas, this loses.} ({ The stunning resource} 30... Bxc5+ $3 {would have saved Black instead, e.g.} 31. dxc5 ({Or} 31. Ka2 Nc3+ 32. Kb2 Nxd1+ 33. Kc2 Qb6 34. Ng6+ Kh7 35. dxc5 Qxc5+ 36. Kxd1 {which is also equal according to the machine after both} Nb3 $11 ({Or} 36... Nc6)) 31... Qxe5 {[%tqu "En","","","","d1d8","",10]} 32. Rd8+ Kh7 {[%tqu "En","","","","f7g8","with perpetual check.",10]} 33. Bg8+ $1 { with perpetual check.} Kh8 ({Black cannot deviate:} 33... Kg6 $4 {[%tqu "En", "","","","h4h5","",10]} 34. h5+ Kxg5 35. f4+ $18) 34. Bf7+) 31. hxg5 Qxg5 32. Rb1 $1 {The white pieces infiltrate.} g6 33. Rb8+ Kh7 34. Rd1 $1 {Not letting the queen out. Bacrot is showing no mercy.} (34. Re8 $1 {would also do the job. }) ({But not} 34. Bxg6+ Kg7 35. Rd1 Nc4+ $1 {when everything starts over again. }) 34... Bf6 35. Bxg6+ Kg7 36. Bf7 Kh7 37. Bg8+ {A nice little maneuver to improve the bishop.} Kg7 38. Bd5 {The black knight is trapped with tempo.} Kh7 39. Rg8 Bg7 40. Re8 Bxe5 41. Rxe5 Qg4 42. Rd3 f4 43. Kb4 fxg3 44. Re7+ $1 { Winning the queen by force, therefore Black resigned.} (44. Re7+ Kh8 45. Re8+ Kh7 46. Be4+ Kg7 47. Rxg3) 1-0 [Event "Superbet Chess Classic"] [Site "\]"] [Date "2021.06.06"] [Round "2"] [White "Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime"] [Black "Deac, Bogdan-Daniel"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "C83"] [WhiteElo "2760"] [BlackElo "2627"] [Annotator "Bojkov,Dejan"] [PlyCount "88"] [EventDate "2021.??.??"] 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O Nxe4 { 西班牙开局开放变例(Open Ruy Lopez )} 6. d4 b5 7. Bb3 d5 8. dxe5 Be6 9. Nbd2 Be7 10. c3 O-O 11. Bc2 f5 ({The Guru of the line once chose here} 11... Bf5 12. Nd4 Nxd4 13. cxd4 f6 14. Nxe4 Bxe4 15. Bxe4 dxe4 16. Qb3+ Kh8 17. Be3 c6 18. Qe6 {but it did not work well for Black in Ivanchuk,V (2695) -Kortschnoj,V (2615) New York 1994}) 12. exf6 Nxf6 13. a4 {According to the same Megabase, 13.Re1 is becoming the main line.} ({As in the following fascinating game} 13. Re1 Bg4 14. h3 Bh5 15. Nf1 Bc5 16. Ng3 Bxf3 17. gxf3 Qd6 18. Kg2 Rae8 19. Rxe8 Rxe8 20. Bg5 Ne5 21. Bxf6 gxf6 22. f4 Ng6 23. Bxg6 hxg6 24. f5 {White took over the initiative and eventually won in Giri,A (2776) -Anton Guijarro,D (2673) Online 2021}) 13... b4 14. Re1 Bg4 15. Nf1 $146 { This is a novelty. Black's position looks active and aggressive but as it often happens in the Ruy Lopez, White's hidden attacking potential should not be underestimated.} ({Black achieved a comfortable position after} 15. h3 Bh5 16. Bf5 Bd6 17. Qc2 Re8 18. g4 Rxe1+ 19. Nxe1 Qe8 20. Ndf3 Bg6 21. Bxg6 hxg6 22. Be3 bxc3 23. bxc3 Na5 {followed by Na5-c4 and Black was doing fine in Firouzja,A (2749)-Fedoseev,V (2676) Chess. com 2020}) 15... Bc5 {The same active policy.} 16. Be3 {Here Deac spent an enormous amount of time on his clock trying to figure out if he should force matters or not. At the end, after more than half-an hour, he went for it.} ({Nothing yields} 16. Ne3 Bh5 { when the white pieces obstruct each other.}) 16... d4 ({Objectively though} 16... Qd6 {might have been a more decent defense, when after} 17. Bxc5 Qxc5 18. h3 Bxf3 19. Qxf3 {Black indeed needs to avoid} Ne4 $6 ({And defend instead with } 19... Rae8 $5) 20. Qe3 $1 $16 {with an edge for White.}) 17. cxd4 Nxd4 18. Bxd4 Bxf3 19. Qxf3 Qxd4 {[%tqu "En","这里~/=追1/2该怎么~/=欤?,"","","a1d1", "Vachier-Lagrave is prepared for the central break and sacrifices a pawn in return. This lures the queen to a dangerous spot.",10]} 20. Rad1 $1 {[%csl Gb2] Vachier-Lagrave is prepared for the central break and sacrifices a pawn in return. This lures the queen to a dangerous spot. 弃兵抢占开放线!过人的胆识!} Qxb2 {Once again Deac decided to risk.} ({Instead 不接受弃兵,白方局势也不差。} 20... Qg4 21. Qc6 Qh5 {[%cal Gh5c5]} 22. Ne3 ({The beasty comp suggests instead the machine-blooded} 22. h3 {which makes me sweat purely by the look of moves like} Ng4 $1 {but the cool guys says: "No worries, I've got this covered."} 23. Qe6+ (23. hxg4 $4 Bxf2#) 23... Kh8 24. Qxg4 $16 {[%csl Gf2]}) 22... Bd6 23. g3 $16 { looks better for White thanks to his more active pieces.}) {[%tqu "En", "这里有非砆3/4<<+/=实恼绞?<開|希《也>>止一个Q∧?/+1/2了吗Q?,"","", "e1e2","This ambush is the main point behind the sacrifices.",10,"c2h7","which is unclear after",10]} 21. Re2 $1 {[%cal Re2b2,Ge2f2,Ge2d2,Gd1e1,Rc2h7] This ambush is the main point behind the sacrifices. 两全其美!既制造出闪击又防守住f2兵,还有机会叠车来反 袱鍏ㄥ叾缇庯紒鏃㈠埗閫犲嚭闂嚮鍙堥槻瀹堜綇f2鍏碉紝杩樻湁鏈轰細鍙犺溅鏉ュ弽鍑? ゅ叏鍏剁編锛佹棦鍒堕€犲嚭闂嚮鍙堥槻瀹堜綇f2鍏碉紝杩樻湁鏈轰細鍙犺溅鏉ュ弽鍑伙 全其美!既制造出闪击又防守住f2兵,还有机会叠车来反击 叏鍏剁編锛佹棦鍒堕€犲嚭闂嚮鍙堥槻瀹堜綇f2鍏碉紝杩樻湁鏈轰細鍙犺溅鏉ュ弽鍑伙紒 ㄥ叾缇庯紒鏃㈠埗閫犲嚭闂嚮鍙堥槻瀹堜綇f2鍏碉紝杩樻湁鏈轰細鍙犺溅鏉ュ弽鍑伙紒? 其美!既制造出闪击又防守住f2兵,还有机会叠车来反击! 叾缇庯紒鏃㈠埗閫犲嚭闂嚮鍙堥槻瀹堜綇f2鍏碉紝杩樻湁鏈轰細鍙犺溅鏉ュ弽鍑伙紒婕? 剁編锛佹棦鍒堕€犲嚭闂嚮鍙堥槻瀹堜綇f2鍏碉紝杩樻湁鏈轰細鍙犺溅鏉ュ弽鍑伙紒婕備 美!既制造出闪击又防守住f2兵,还有机会叠车来反击!漂 編锛佹棦鍒堕€犲嚭闂嚮鍙堥槻瀹堜綇f2鍏碉紝杩樻湁鏈轰細鍙犺溅鏉ュ弽鍑伙紒婕備寒 庯紒鏃㈠埗閫犲嚭闂嚮鍙堥槻瀹堜綇f2鍏碉紝杩樻湁鏈轰細鍙犺溅鏉ュ弽鍑伙紒婕備寒? !既制造出闪击又防守住f2兵,还有机会叠车来反击!漂亮 紒鏃㈠埗閫犲嚭闂嚮鍙堥槻瀹堜綇f2鍏碉紝杩樻湁鏈轰細鍙犺溅鏉ュ弽鍑伙紒婕備寒锛? } ({If th French GM wanted to regain the material he would have chosen instead 以下这个弃子变化也很有意思!} 21. Bxh7+ $3 {which is unclear after} Kxh7 ({Or} 21... Nxh7 22. Qd5+ $16 {[%cal Rd5c5]}) 22. Qf5+ Kh8 23. Qxc5 $13 {as the black queenside passers are quite dangerous and compensate for their weakened king.}) 21... Qc3 $1 {Now after a repetition Vachier-Lagrave uncorks his true idea. 躲开闪击!} ({The ambush works even without a check } 21... Kh8 $2 {这里依然能弃象攻进去!} 22. Bxh7 $3 {[%cal Gb2c3, Gb2a3]} Nxh7 {[%tqu "En","1/4绦鳴?,"","","f3f8","",10]} 23. Qxf8+ Rxf8 (23... Nxf8) (23... Bxf8) 24. Rxb2 {and White wins. 白方完成闪击,胜势了。} ) {[%tqu "En","1/4绦?/2?=BQ?,"","","d1d3","",10]} 22. Rd3 Qa1 {[%tqu "En", "1/4绦?/2?=BQ?,"","","d3d1","",10]} 23. Rd1 Qc3 24. Rd3 Qa1 {[%tqu "En", "如>=儆贸-/+>=B>>~~_|?/4秃推辶耍_|_~/=追1/2-/++/-然+/=>>愿意如此|_怎么~/ =죿","","","g2g4","The French GM identified the knight as a key defender and wants to remove it at any cost. Black is on the verge of losing.",10]} 25. g4 $3 {[%cal Rg4g5] The French GM identified the knight as a key defender and wants to remove it at any cost. Black is on the verge of losing. 新的进攻手段!!!} {[%tqu "En","_|ڷ1/2_|ηأ_|_-/ +涎强?<叱?/+_|_1/4禵|闷澹∧?/4寺餛?,"","","b4b3","A colossally strong move! The bishop has to be removed from the b1-h7 diagonal at any cost. Deac might have found the idea using the exclusion method, as everything else was bad for him.",10,"h7h6","loses on the spot to",0,"g8h8","",0]} b3 $3 {A colossally strong move! The bishop has to be removed from the b1-h7 diagonal at any cost. Deac might have found the idea using the exclusion method, as everything else was bad for him. 弃兵反击!更为精彩的一着棋!!!这步棋表现出极其精彩 純鍏靛弽鍑伙紒鏇翠负绮惧僵鐨勪竴鐫€妫嬶紒锛侊紒杩欐妫嬭〃鐜板嚭鏋佸叾绮惧僵鐨 冨叺鍙嶅嚮锛佹洿涓虹簿褰╃殑涓€鐫€妫嬶紒锛侊紒杩欐妫嬭〃鐜板嚭鏋佸叾绮惧僵鐨? 兵反击!更为精彩的一着棋!!!这步棋表现出极其精彩的 叺鍙嶅嚮锛佹洿涓虹簿褰╃殑涓€鐫€妫嬶紒锛侊紒杩欐妫嬭〃鐜板嚭鏋佸叾绮惧僵鐨勫? 靛弽鍑伙紒鏇翠负绮惧僵鐨勪竴鐫€妫嬶紒锛侊紒杩欐妫嬭〃鐜板嚭鏋佸叾绮惧僵鐨勫垱 反击!更为精彩的一着棋!!!这步棋表现出极其精彩的创 弽鍑伙紒鏇翠负绮惧僵鐨勪竴鐫€妫嬶紒锛侊紒杩欐妫嬭〃鐜板嚭鏋佸叾绮惧僵鐨勫垱閫 嶅嚮锛佹洿涓虹簿褰╃殑涓€鐫€妫嬶紒锛侊紒杩欐妫嬭〃鐜板嚭鏋佸叾绮惧僵鐨勫垱閫? 击!更为精彩的一着棋!!!这步棋表现出极其精彩的创造 嚮锛佹洿涓虹簿褰╃殑涓€鐫€妫嬶紒锛侊紒杩欐妫嬭〃鐜板嚭鏋佸叾绮惧僵鐨勫垱閫犳€ 伙紒鏇翠负绮惧僵鐨勪竴鐫€妫嬶紒锛侊紒杩欐妫嬭〃鐜板嚭鏋佸叾绮惧僵鐨勫垱閫犳€? !更为精彩的一着棋!!!这步棋表现出极其精彩的创造性 紒鏇翠负绮惧僵鐨勪竴鐫€妫嬶紒锛侊紒杩欐妫嬭〃鐜板嚭鏋佸叾绮惧僵鐨勫垱閫犳€э? 佹洿涓虹簿褰╃殑涓€鐫€妫嬶紒锛侊紒杩欐妫嬭〃鐜板嚭鏋佸叾绮惧僵鐨勫垱閫犳€э紒 } ({To start with, the g4-g5 advance cannot be stopped:} 25... h6 {loses on the spot to} {[%tqu "En","~/=׷1/21/41/2>=BQ","","","g4g5","",10]} 26. g5 $1 hxg5 27. Bb3+ {This diagonal is also vulnerable!} Kh8 {Now the neatest win is} {[%tqu "En","","","","f3f5","with a double-attack against the black king and bishop.",10,"f3h3","",10]} 28. Qf5 $1 {[%cal Rd3h3] with a double-attack against the black king and bishop.} ({The ambush after} 28. Qh3+ Nh7 29. Bc2 $18 {[%cal Rc2h7,Rh3h7] should also do.})) ({In case of the immediate} 25... Kh8 {[%tqu "En","","","","g4g5","",10]} 26. g5 Ng8 {White has to be careful. The obvious} {[%tqu "En","","","","f3h5","Only leads to a draw after one more unbelievable black resource.",10,"f3h3","would like win after",0]} 27. Qh5 { Only leads to a draw after one more unbelievable black resource.} ({However, the accurate 这里白方依然可以考虑走} 27. Qh3 $1 {would like win after} g6 ({Or} 27... h6 28. Qh5 {[%cal Rd3h3,Gh5g6,Rg6h7] intending Qh5-g6 is a decisive attack.}) {[%tqu "En","是否与前面-/+谋浠谎兀?,"","","d3d7","", 10]} 28. Rd7 h6 {And now the simple} {[%tqu "En","1/4绦?/2?=BQ?,"","", "c2g6","",10,"h3h5","with a win in both cases.",0]} 29. Bxg6 $1 {[%cal Rd7h7]} ({Or the cute} 29. Qh5 $3 {[%cal Gg6h5,Rd7h7] with a win in both cases.})) 27... g6 $1 {[%cal Rd3h3]} {[%tqu "En","","","","d3d7","And now",10]} 28. Rd7 { And now} Nf6 $3 {to up open room for the king with tempo, when White has nothing more than a perpetual} 29. gxf6 gxh5 30. Rxh7+ Kg8 31. Rg7+ $11 { 眼花缭乱的攻防大战!均势了。}) 26. Bxb3+ ({Not} 26. Rxb3 $2 Qd4 $1 27. g5 Ng4 $1 {when Black consolidates and starts to attack himself.} { Stockfish 14:} 28. Qe4 Qxe4 29. Bxe4 Rxf2 30. Bd5+ Kh8 31. Rxf2 Rf8 32. Ne3 Nxf2 33. Kg2 g6 34. Bc6 h5 35. gxh6 Kh7 36. a5 Rf4 37. Nd5 Rc4 38. Nxc7 Bd6 39. Bb7 Bxc7 40. Kxf2 Rc2+ 41. Kf1 Bxa5 42. Bxa6 Rc6 43. Rb7+ Kxh6 $11) 26... Kh8 27. g5 Ng8 {Now he can. The attack will be delayed by a tempo and this tempo is decisive.} 28. Qd5 {[%cal Rd5c5] Vachier-Lagrave decided to centralize his queen.} (28. Qh5 {only helps Black after 没有了c2象的支持,后面无法组织精彩的进攻了!} g6) ({ And in case of} 28. Qh3 $5 {Black can use the extra tempo to lock the d-file with} Bd6 $1 {[%csl Rd6] True, White keeps somewhat better position with 现在白方车无法推进到d7格了。} 29. Bc2 g6 30. Rd1 Qg7 31. Ng3 $16 { [%cal Gg7h7]}) 28... Bd6 29. Rh3 {The clouds are gathering around the black king again, but since it is him to move, he can do} g6 ({But not the slow} 29... Rae8 $2 30. Qd3 {[%cal Rd3h7,Rh3h7]} h6 31. Bc2 {when the attack along the light squares decides.}) 30. Qd3 $6 {However, this is a mistake. White corrctly attacks the g6 pawn, but from the wrong side.} ({Deac was looking at} 30. Bc2 Qg7 31. Re6 Ne7 {and Black is OK.}) ({Stronger was} 30. Qe6 $1 { when Black still needs to suffer for equality. Perhaps the best chance for him would be then 这步棋应该是最好的选择了!谱着之后局势逆转了。} Qg7 ({ The tricky} 30... Rf4 {with the idea to mate White after} {Will see Black suffering instead with} 31. Re4 $1 (31. Qxg6 $4 Rg4+) 31... Rxe4 (31... Raf8 { does not help due to} 32. Qxg6) ({Relatively best is} 31... Qg7 32. Rxf4 Bxf4 33. Qe4 Rf8 34. Rf3 Bd6 35. Rxf8 Qxf8 36. Qd4+ Qg7 37. Qa7 {although this still loses a pawn for Black.}) 32. Qxe4 Rb8 33. Qxg6 $18 {and White wins an important pawn.}) 31. Ng3 Rab8 32. Ne4 Rf5 33. Nxd6 Rxg5+ ({Or the immediate} 33... cxd6) 34. Rg3 Rxg3+ 35. hxg3 cxd6 {and White still pressurizes although the draw seems likely the most likely outcome.}) ({The third way to attack the g6 pawn is} 30. Re6 $5 {but it allows an additional resource} Qb2 31. Qd2 Qxd2 32. Nxd2 Rae8 33. Rxg6 Re1+ 34. Kg2 Bc5 $18 {with compensation for the pawn.}) 30... Rf5 $1 {That simple. Deac defends and counter-attacks at the same time.} 31. Qc3+ {Giving back the pawn at once.} (31. Qe3 { 自然的防守,黑方略优} Raf8 $15 {also does not seems great for White at all.}) 31... Qxc3 32. Rxc3 Rxg5+ 33. Ng3 Nf6 {Perhaps Vachier-Lagrave could have defended this endgame under more normal circumstances. Here, though, he quickly goes down in flames, frustrated by the missed opportunities.} 34. Kf1 ( {It definitely made sense to swap the active black rook instead with} 34. h4 $1 Rg4 35. Rc4 $15) 34... Rb8 35. h3 $6 ({And here} 35. Re6 $5 {[%cal Re6f6] was more stubborn, hoping for some tricks in case of the obvious 我喜欢这步棋 } Kg7 ({It is true though that Black can keep his advantage with} 35... Ng4 $1) 36. Rxf6 Kxf6 37. Ne4+ Kf5 {Now a double ambush after} 38. Bc2 $1 Kf4 39. Rc4 Rb4 {would be OK for White after both} 40. Rxb4 ({Or perhaps even better} 40. Nxd6+ Rxc4 41. Nxc4) 40... Bxb4 41. Nxg5 Kxg5 {with a likely draw.}) 35... Re5 36. Bc4 $2 {挡住自己的进攻路线了。} ({White is correctly avoiding} 36. Rxe5 Bxe5 37. Rf3 Rb4 ({Or} 37... a5 {when the white pieces are too passive.})) ({However} 36. Bc2 $1 {was called for when Black still needed to prove the win.}) 36... Rc5 {白方车没有根,被动了。} 37. Rcc2 { The last mistake.} (37. Rb3 $1 {would have kept White in the game} Rxb3 38. Bxb3 Rc3 39. Be6 {尽管白方少一个兵,但是在异色格象的情况下 敖绠$櫧鏂瑰皯涓€涓叺锛屼絾鏄湪寮傝壊鏍艰薄鐨勬儏鍐典笅杩樻槸鑳藉畧浣忕殑銆 界鐧芥柟灏戜竴涓叺锛屼絾鏄湪寮傝壊鏍艰薄鐨勬儏鍐典笅杩樻槸鑳藉畧浣忕殑銆? }) ({And even} 37. Rec2 Rb1+ 38. Kg2 a5 {might have put more resistance than the move in the game. 可能会好些}) 37... Ra5 $1 {That's it. White drops another pawn.} 38. Ne4 Nxe4 39. Rxe4 Rxa4 { 唉!白方少两个兵了,这里应该挡不住了,可怜的瓦赛尔} 40. h4 Kg7 41. h5 gxh5 42. Re1 Rbb4 43. Be2 Rh4 44. Bf3 a5 {Will Deac repeat the Dennmark case from the European football championship 1992?} 0-1 [Event "Asian Women Al Ain, UAE"] [Site "?"] [Date "2015.08.07"] [Round "?"] [White "Khalaji, H."] [Black "Mohota, N."] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "B07"] [Annotator "Nisha Mohota"] [PlyCount "44"] {[%evp 0,44,19,36,75,72,91,27,24,-30,22,15,23,15,24,0,53,-1,5,13,2,-9,-5,5,2,5, 0,2,-8,-22,-28,-68,-53,-50,-21,-10,-45,-89,-62,-92,-111,-196,-193,-376,-382, -644,-661] I am very happy with this win! My thought process during this game was very nice, very logical and I got a good finish in the end!} 1. e4 d6 2. d4 Nf6 3. Bd3 {I forgot everything related to this line (although I saw it like 1 minute in the morning!). So now I was the writer of the book :) I was thinking c6 here or e5 but felt that c6 can be met with Nf3 and then I do not get e5 so easily, so it should be e5 here} e5 4. c3 {Again I had to decide what to do. How to develop my f8 B. g7 looked more logical but I was not sure I had the time to play g6 Bg7 and develop. I thought I will play Be7 o-o c6, Qc7, Re8 and if time permits Bf8 g6 Bg7 in ruy lo style!} Be7 {went for quick development} 5. Ne2 {ok so she wants f4 but i couldn't stop it anyways. I had no P on g6 so anyways f4 was not all that dangerous I thought.} O-O (5... d5 { I considered this but was not very convinced. Wanted quick development first and felt d5 here was not strong} 6. exd5 e4 7. Bc2) 6. O-O c6 7. a4 $6 { I think this move is really odd. In some variations it is possible to stop Black's ..b5 counter with a4 but i think not here. Here with P on c3 (not N) b5 is not a strong threat so there was no reason to stop it and I felt that W's plan is f4 here (not Qside, otherwise N would be on f3), so a4 is a waste.} (7. f4 {I was expecting this move}) 7... d5 $5 {now i got the time for my much awaited ...d5- a move I was considering in every move.} 8. Nd2 {She decided to just support} (8. dxe5 Nxe4 9. Bxe4 dxe4 10. Qc2 Qd5 {I have the B pair}) 8... Nbd7 {I decided to maintain the tension. The position looked symmetrical but there was a big difference according to me which I observed during the game. My f6 N is better than the e2 N and more importantly, my e7 B is better placed than the seemingly well placed d3 B! Due to the hanging d3 B, White finds it odd to capture de5 as Ne5 will first attack opponent's B! When I realised this, I felt good! Also, I was not sure what the a4 P was doing, b3 can later be a hole.} (8... dxe4 9. Nxe4 Nxe4 10. Bxe4 f5 (10... Nd7 {this is posible but then why liquidate as it only eases White's position.}) 11. Qb3+ {(I was not sure whether White would insert Qb3 or do without the move)} Kh8 12. Bc2 e4 { I didn't want to play with the f4 e5 weaknesses of the dark squares.}) 9. f3 { ok, i did not take de4 and now she won't allow me! I looked at the position again. Now in the symmetrical position she has f3 which looked really odd. Ok, it takes away the g4 square from my B (opp will get g5 square later) but still it made e3 hole and the position near the K a little weak.} c5 $5 {I observed during the game that I had played d6 d5 and then c6 c5! But I thought what has my opp done with the gained time? She played a4, c3, f3, none of which seemed useful, so my moves were justified!} 10. exd5 Nxd5 (10... exd4 {I considered this but felt this would only help my opponent.} 11. c4 (11. cxd4 {this was another move and I do not get much with the exchanges}) 11... Ne5 {i saw this position but was not very convinced}) 11. Nb3 {Given a choice I would like to maintain the tension but my c8 B had to come out, so I couldn't sit with the position. Then I realised that the resulting position after the central exchanges is favourable to me! More about it later!} (11. Nc4 {I considered this}) 11... cxd4 12. cxd4 exd4 13. Nexd4 N7f6 $5 {Now again time to evaluate this seemingly symmetrical position. Looks very = but not so =!! Both sides seem to have a central N supported by another N but i think there is a huge difference: my f6 N is good helping the kingside whereas the b3 N is somewhere far from the battle field! I reasoned that this is alone an important factor! Apart from this White had e3 hole due to f3 and also some squares near opponent's K and the a7-g1 diagonal were a cause of concern for White whereas I had no obvious weakesses in the position!} (13... Ne5 {this looks tempting but i felt that e5 was not the right square for my N. I rather wanted this N on f6- helping the kside and giving a strong base to my d5 N}) 14. Kh1 Bd6 15. Nf5 Bxf5 $1 {I really like this move! I reasoned here that if I play Bc7, opponent gets Nbd4 and then I can't say that opponent's Ns are bad. My c8 B has no particular role. It was a hard decision to give a B in an open position like this but I felt that I had to do it! Also, I thought that I would get quick development.} 16. Bxf5 Qc7 {Now opponent has problems defending h2.} 17. g3 {what else? ...sometime Bg3 must come I thought!..but not now as my pieces were not developed. Now again an important decision for me. Ideally I want Rad8 and Rfe8. But in which order?} Rfe8 $1 {I like this move! It stops Qe1} ( 17... Rad8 18. Qe1 Rfe8 19. Qf2 {Ok, I am still good but I have lured the opp's Q to f2 where it can now happily be safe and defend the K. White will soon complete development and I will have noting much to boast about.}) 18. Nd4 a6 {I needed to defend against Nb5.} 19. Qd3 {Now I felt: "this is the moment"! } (19. Bg5 {i didnt want to waste a move with h6 as I wanted to make place for my Q on b8, so first Rad8!} Rad8 20. Rc1 Qb8) 19... g6 $1 {I saw a small combination and that was what came on the board!} 20. Bh3 (20. Be4 Nb4 { I can first make this move before deciding to take on e4 or not.} 21. Qe3 Bc5 { I felt that White will have a tough time} (21... Nxe4)) 20... Bxg3 21. hxg3 Qxg3 22. Bg2 $2 (22. Bf5 {this was the main move I had considered and I was not exactly sure which move I would go for but I found a lot of interesting ways. Strangely, my opponent did not even consider this move and played Bg2 very fast!} Qh4+ 23. Kg1 {here I had 3 ideas during the game and I was sure one of them would work. White's position looked like falling apart.} (23. Kg2 Nh5) 23... Rad8 $5 {This cool move is probably the best.} (23... Nh5 {this was another idea I had in mind}) (23... gxf5 {probably this is far too complicated and Black should avoid it.} 24. Nxf5 Qh3 25. Bh6 Re5 (25... Ng4 {[%cal Rh3d3]} 26. Qd2 Nxh6 27. Qg5+) 26. Rf2)) 22... Ng4 $1 (22... Ng4 {[%cal Rg3d3]} 23. fxg4 Qxd3) 0-1 [Event "Wijk aan Zee"] [Site "?"] [Date "2020.??.??"] [Round "?"] [White "Caruana, Fabiano"] [Black "Firouzja, Alireza"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "E71"] [WhiteElo "2822"] [BlackElo "2723"] [Annotator "Sokolov,Ivan"] [PlyCount "95"] [EventDate "2020.??.??"] [SourceTitle "143 Article by Sokolov"] [Source "Chess Informant"] [SourceDate "2020.03.16"] [SourceVersion "1"] [SourceVersionDate "2020.03.16"] [SourceQuality "2"] {[%evp 0,95,19,31,14,-14,43,38,37,33,33,40,43,19,58,35,37,18,32,33,32,68,24,31, 68,45,42,57,59,38,22,10,10,14,14,12,6,10,-11,-33,-36,-37,-59,-38,-29,-54,-43, -39,-40,-28,-15,-33,-15,-39,-34,-46,-58,-14,-12,-46,-40,-23,-2,-4,-24,13,21,37, 106,-36,42,32,83,127,233,228,208,208,208,264,264,229,289,342,663,736,898,1026, 1736,1217,1345,1387,1387,1387,1387,1387,1387,1402] *** The Fabulous Fabiano *** Fabiano Caruana was certainly one of the pre-tournament favourites. However, he was not expected to be (such a) runaway winner. In actual fact, his result was pretty similar to Kasparov's in 1999. Fabiano's time management and practicality did (dramatically) improve, and this (in my opinion) played a crucial role in achieving this fantastic result. In the game versus Firouzja we will see Fabiano's combination of many different skills, while in his game vs Van Foreest we will see a really excellent opening preparation (which was somewhat spoiled in the heat of a battle).} 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. h3 O-O 6. Be3 {Diagram [#]} Nc6 $5 {Provoking White to size space with a tempo. Caruana accepts the invitation! 以时间换空间,加快出子速度。} 7. d5 $1 ({White had a calmer option 尽快出子也是正确的选择。} 7. Nf3 $5) 7... Ne5 8. f4 Ned7 { Fabiano Caruana continues in the most aggressive way! Diagram [#] 连续攻击马,白方占据了局面的主动权。说实在我个人不大 繛缁敾鍑婚┈锛岀櫧鏂瑰崰鎹簡灞€闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у? 炵画鏀诲嚮椹紝鐧芥柟鍗犳嵁浜嗗眬闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩 续攻击马,白方占据了局面的主动权。说实在我个人不大喜 画鏀诲嚮椹紝鐧芥柟鍗犳嵁浜嗗眬闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆 敾鍑婚┈锛岀櫧鏂瑰崰鎹簡灞€闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆? 攻击马,白方占据了局面的主动权。说实在我个人不大喜欢 敾鍑婚┈锛岀櫧鏂瑰崰鎹簡灞€闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡? 诲嚮椹紝鐧芥柟鍗犳嵁浜嗗眬闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸 击马,白方占据了局面的主动权。说实在我个人不大喜欢把 嚮椹紝鐧芥柟鍗犳嵁浜嗗眬闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸椹 婚┈锛岀櫧鏂瑰崰鎹簡灞€闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸椹? 马,白方占据了局面的主动权。说实在我个人不大喜欢把马 ┈锛岀櫧鏂瑰崰鎹簡灞€闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸椹? 紝鐧芥柟鍗犳嵁浜嗗眬闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸椹斁 ,白方占据了局面的主动权。说实在我个人不大喜欢把马放 紝鐧芥柟鍗犳嵁浜嗗眬闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸椹斁鍦 岀櫧鏂瑰崰鎹簡灞€闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸椹斁鍦? 白方占据了局面的主动权。说实在我个人不大喜欢把马放在d 櫧鏂瑰崰鎹簡灞€闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸椹斁鍦╠7 芥柟鍗犳嵁浜嗗眬闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸椹斁鍦╠7? 方占据了局面的主动权。说实在我个人不大喜欢把马放在d7 柟鍗犳嵁浜嗗眬闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸椹斁鍦╠7鏍? 瑰崰鎹簡灞€闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸椹斁鍦╠7鏍笺 占据了局面的主动权。说实在我个人不大喜欢把马放在d7格 崰鎹簡灞€闈㈢殑涓诲姩鏉冦€傝瀹炲湪鎴戜釜浜轰笉澶у枩娆㈡妸椹斁鍦╠7鏍笺€? } {[%tqu "En","这步棋颇具创意,您感觉-/+1/2了吗Q?,"","","g2g4","Black has to attack White's advanced pawn center (and try to prove it being overstretched). ",10]} 9. g4 $5 {Black has to attack White's advanced pawn center (and try to prove it being overstretched). 黑方必须削弱白方中心兵阵,缓解自己空间上受到的压力。} c6 10. Nf3 cxd5 11. cxd5 b6 $5 {[%cal Gc8b7] This move looks initially ugly leaving a hole on the c6-square, but Firouzja has a very specific tactical idea in mind!} 12. Nd4 {[%cal Rd4c6]} Nc5 $1 {[%cal Gc8d7,Gc5e6,Re7e6,Gc8e6] Diagram [#] Preparing a piece sacrifice.} 13. Qf3 $1 {Fabiano allows Alireza to execute his plan.将计就计!} ({White had alternatives, for example:} 13. Nc6 Qe8 14. Bg2 Ba6 15. Bxc5 bxc5 16. Qd2) 13... Bb7 {[%cal Rf6e4,Rc5e4, Gf3e4,Gc3e4] Now, White forces Black to execute his piece sacrifice idea. For the time being, both players want the same thing!} 14. g5 $1 {Diagram [#]} Nfxe4 $1 {[%mdl 576] The following sequence of moves is forced.} 15. Nxe4 { [%tqu "En","这步棋_|诜1/2该怎么><撸磕?/+1/2了吗Q?,"","","b7d5","",10]} Bxd5 $1 {[%cal Rd5f3][%mdl 1024]} {[%tqu "En","~/=׷1/2ָ_|ӦԺڷ1/2-/ +那V疲?,"","","e4f6","",10]} 16. Nf6+ $3 {精彩的交换!} exf6 17. Qxd5 Re8 {[%csl Gd4,Ge3][%cal Re8e3,Rg7d4]} {[%tqu "En","","","","d4c2","",10]} 18. Nc2 fxg5 {[%cal Rg7b2]} 19. O-O-O (19. fxg5 $2 Bxb2 $17) 19... gxf4 20. Bd4 { Diagram [#] This position is the product of Black's piece sacrifice and a really good moment to take stock. Black got four pawns for the piece and seems to be doing rather well. Even if the black (weak) d6-pawn drops, Black will still have three (healthy) pawns for the piece and should not be worse off. Long term planning will however prove different and it is really brilliant if Fabiano judged it all the moment he allowed Alireza the piece sacrifice. White will gradually improve his position, while Black will struggle to find an active plan.} (20. Bxf4 $4 Qf6 $19 {[%cal Rf6b2,Rf6f4]}) 20... Bxd4 (20... Be5 $6 21. Bb5 $1 {完成出子,这样白方阵型也非常舒服了。}) 21. Qxd4 {[%cal Rd4f4]} Ne6 {To collect or not to collect Black's d6-pawn?} 22. Qd2 $1 {Diagram [#] Excellent decision! White a) does not want to give Black an open d-file, hence allowing him counterplay, and b) a trade of a few pieces should be in Black's favour here. The following moves are very logical. Alireza wants to push his pawns, take space and create counterplay, while Fabiano looks for the best way to place his knight and bishop. 精彩的着法!白方不吃d6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要 簿褰╃殑鐫€娉曪紒鐧芥柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙 惧僵鐨勭潃娉曪紒鐧芥柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙? 彩的着法!白方不吃d6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解 僵鐨勭潃娉曪紒鐧芥柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e? ╃殑鐫€娉曪紒鐧芥柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅 的着法!白方不吃d6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解决 殑鐫€娉曪紒鐧芥柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹 勭潃娉曪紒鐧芥柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹? 着法!白方不吃d6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解决马 潃娉曪紒鐧芥柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹? €娉曪紒鐧芥柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰 法!白方不吃d6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解决马和 硶锛佺櫧鏂逛笉鍚僤6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞 曪紒鐧芥柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞? !白方不吃d6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解决马和象 紒鐧芥柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞$? 佺櫧鏂逛笉鍚僤6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞$殑 白方不吃d6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解决马和象的 櫧鏂逛笉鍚僤6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞$殑浣 芥柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞$殑浣? 方不吃d6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解决马和象的位 柟涓嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞$殑浣嶇? 逛笉鍚僤6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞$殑浣嶇疆 不吃d6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解决马和象的位置 笉鍚僤6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞$殑浣嶇疆闂 嶅悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞$殑浣嶇疆闂? 吃d6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解决马和象的位置问 悆d6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞$殑浣嶇疆闂? 僤6鍏垫槸涓嶅笇鏈涙墦寮€d绾匡紝鎺ヤ笅鏉ョ櫧鏂硅瑙e喅椹拰璞$殑浣嶇疆闂 d6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解决马和象的位置问题 6兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解决马和象的位置问题 兵是不希望打开d线,接下来白方要解决马和象的位置问题。 } (22. Qxd6 Qxd6 (22... Qf6 $13) 23. Rxd6 Rad8 $13) 22... Qf6 23. Kb1 Rac8 24. Bb5 Red8 25. Nb4 {[%cal Rb4c6]} d5 26. Rhf1 Rc5 {[%tqu "En","~/=׷1/ 2该如_|斡Χ院诜1/2对象-/+墓B>>~~Q?,"","","a2a4","",10]} 27. a4 $1 {[%cal Rb5e8]} d4 28. Nd3 Rf5 29. Rf3 {[%cal Gd1f1,Rf1f4,Rf3f4,Rd3f4,Rd2f4,Ge6f4, Gf6f4] Black has to push his pawns, and also the f4-pawn will hang at some stage, so Black's next move is logical as well.} g5 {[%tqu "En","更为强大-/ +ĹB>>~~-/+㣬ҵ1/2Q","","","d1g1","Diagram [#] Black has to decide where to move his king. Though momentarily Black has plenty of pawns in front of his king, Black's king position will gradually become a serious problem.", 10]} 30. Rg1 $1 {[%cal Rg1g8,Gg8h8,Gg8f8] Diagram [#] Black has to decide where to move his king. Though momentarily Black has plenty of pawns in front of his king, Black's king position will gradually become a serious problem.} Kf8 (30... Kh8 {has it's drawbacks too:} 31. Qd1 $1 {White will open the kingside the way he prefers, while Black cannot really stop it} (31. h4 $6 { is not precise due to 弃兵并不好。} gxh4 $1 {Black has disconnected pawns, but well... he has plenty of them(!) and has quite decent counterplay} 32. Qf2 (32. Rh3 $4 Ng5 $19) (32. Rgf1 Rg8 $13 33. Nxf4 Rg3 {[%csl Gf4] f4马很难防守}) (32. Rh1 Rg8 33. Rfh3 Rh5 $13) 32... Rg8 $13) 31... h6 ( 31... Rg8 32. Nf2) 32. h4 $1 {and Black has problems, as} gxh4 {now does not work for Black the same way} 33. Rh3 f3 (33... Rg8 34. Rgh1 $16) 34. Rf1 $16) 31. h4 $1 h6 (31... gxh4 32. Rgf1 $16) 32. hxg5 hxg5 {Diagram [#]} 33. Rh3 $1 $16 {The black king does not have a good place to hide. Alireza hangs to his main trump - the passed f_pawn hoping to create counterplay.} f3 34. Bc4 $1 Ke7 35. Bxe6 $1 {消灭保护子战术} Kxe6 (35... f2 {does not help due to} 36. Rf1 Qxe6 37. Nxf2 {Black's king is weak and White will increase his advantage.} ) 36. Qh2 $1 f2 37. Rf1 Kd7 {[%cal Rh6e6]} 38. Rh6 Qe7 {[%cal Rh2f2,Rf1f2, Gf5f2]} 39. Rxf2 Rxf2 40. Qxf2 Kc8 {Diagram [#] The time control has been reached. Black did swing his king to the other side, while having three pawns for the piece (so technically speaking, at the moment, still a material equality). Black still has weak king, and that is a decisive factor. Also, the white pieces are coordinating excellently, while Black has no real counterplay. } 41. a5 $1 $18 {By removing the pawn shelter in front of the black king, White gets the winning attack.} bxa5 42. Qc2+ Kb8 43. Nc5 {And, the rest is easy.} Rd6 44. Rh8+ Rd8 45. Qb3+ Kc7 46. Qb7+ Kd6 47. Rh6+ f6 48. Ne4+ (48. Ne4+ {[%cal Gd6e6]} Ke6 49. Rxf6+ $18) 1-0