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Analiz - GM Miroshnichenko
turkleague10Türkiye İş Bankası Liginde tamamlanan ikinci turun ardından Büyükusta Evgeny Miroshnichenko ilgi çekici partileri bizlerle paylaştı. Yorum ve diyagramları aşağıda bulabilirsiniz;

Cmilyte, Viktorija - Kulaots, Kaido

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 Nc6 3.Nf3 e6 4.Nc3 [4.a3!?] 4...Bb4 5.Qc2 d6


6.Bg5 [6.a3 Bxc3+ 7.Qxc3 a5 8.b3 0–0 9.Bb2 Re8 10.e3 e5 11.dxe5 dxe5, and Black seems to be fine.] 6...h6 7.Bd2 a5 [7...0–0 8.a3 Bxc3 9.Bxc3 Qe7 10.e4 e5 11.d5 Nd4! (11...Nb8 12.b4І Hillarp Persson,T (2535)-Havenaar,J (2156)/Guernsey GCI 2011/) 12.Bxd4 exd4 13.Bd3 Bf5 14.0–0 Bxe4 15.Rfe1 Bxd3 16.Qxd3 Qd7 17.Nxd4 Rfe8=] 8.a3 Bxc3 9.Bxc3 0–0 10.b3 Qe7 11.e3 e5 12.d5 Nb8


After a chain of transpositions there is a typical Bogo-Indian on the board, with Black being solid but rather passive. 13.Be2 Nbd7 14.0–0 b5?! Suspicious decision. Black tries to get counterplay, meanwhile creating weaknesses in his own camp and opening the position for White's bishops. [14...Nc5 15.Nd2 (15.b4 Nce4 16.Bb2 Bf5 17.Bd3 Bh7 and so far White's pair of bishops doesn't look that impressive.) 15...Bd7 16.e4І keeping slight pressure.(16.b4 Na4=) ] 15.e4 [15.cxb5!? Nxd5 16.Bb2 Bb7 17.Rac1І] 15...bxc4 16.Bxc4 Nc5 17.Nd2


17... Nh5? A bit against the logic, as Black already started his play on the queenside. [17...Bd7! 18.b4 Ba4 19.Qb1 axb4 20.axb4 Ncd7 with descent counterplay.] 18.b4! axb4 19.axb4 Rxa1 20.Rxa1 Nd7 21.Ra7 Nb6


22.b5! Nf4 [22...Nxc4 23.Nxc4 Nf4 24.g3 Nh3+ 25.Kg2 Qd7 26.Bd2!, and sooner or later Black pawns are going to fall.] 23.Bf1! Qg5 24.g3 Nh3+ 25.Bxh3! Bxh3 26.Rxc7 Ra8 27.Rc6 Qd8 28.f3 Qb8


29.g4! Brilliant decision! 29...h5 30.Kf2! h4? Unexplainable move! [Was it good or bad, but Black should have continued 30...hxg4 31.Kg3 Qa7! where 32.fxg4? is strongly met with (White has to find 32.Qb1!± ) 32...Nxd5!] 31.Qb3 Na4 32.b6 Nc5


33.Rxc5! Almost everything was winning there, but as a slogan of (one famous brand) says "Elegance is an attitude!" 33...dxc5 34.Nc4 f6 35.d6 Kf8 36.b7 Ra7 37.Na5 [37.d7!? Ke7 38.Nxe5 fxe5 39.d8Q+ Kxd8 40.Qg8+ Kc7 41.Bxe5++-] 37...Ra6 38.Qb5 Rxd6 39.Nc6 Rxc6 40.Qxc6 1–0

Pantsulaia, Levan - Keler, Faruk

1.c4 c6 2.Nf3 d5 3.g3 Nf6 4.Bg2 dxc4 5.0–0 Nbd7


6.Na3 This move becomes more and more popular, however the whole line is far from the mainstream. [6.Qc2 Nb6 7.a4 a5 8.Na3 Qd5! (8...Be6 9.Ng5 Bg4 10.Nxc4 Bxe2 11.Ne5!! Bh5 (11...Bxf1 12.Kxf1±) 12.b4! with dangerous initiative.) 9.Ne1 Bf5 (9...Qf5!?) 10.Bxd5 Bxc2 11.Bxc6+ bxc6 12.Naxc2 g6 with roughly even chances.] 6...Nb6 7.Qc2 Be6 [Here 7...Qd5 8.Ne1 (8.b3!?) 8...Bf5 would have been slightly more favorable for White compared to the previous note - 9.Bxd5 Bxc2 10.Bxc6+ bxc6 and both captures on c2 promise white a slight edge.]


8.Ne5 [Other option - 8.Ng5 Bg4 (8...Qd7 9.b3!? cxb3 10.axb3 with descent compensation.) 9.Nxc4 (9.f3?! Bh5 10.Nxc4 e5 11.d3 Nxc4 12.Qxc4 Be7 13.Ne4 Nd5 14.Nf2 f6 15.Kh1 Qb6 16.a3 Rd8 17.Qh4 Bg6 18.Nd1 f5 19.Bg5 Bxg5 20.Qxg5 0–0 21.f4 exf4 22.Bxd5+ cxd5 23.Qxf4 Bh5 24.Rf2 Rde8 25.Qd2 d4 and Black has got huge advantage in McShane,L (2657) - Adams,M (2728)/Deutschland 2011/.) 9...Bxe2 10.Ne5 Bh5 11.Re1 with sharp unusual play, where White's initiative looks promising to me.] 8...Qd4 9.Nxc6 bxc6 10.Bxc6+ Kd8 [10...Nfd7 11.Bxa8 Nxa8 12.d3 with dangerous initiative.]


11.Bxa8 [11.d3?! cxd3 12.Rd1 dxc2 13.Rxd4+ Bd7 14.Bxa8 Nxa8 15.Nxc2 Nb6 16.Bf4 e6 17.Bd6 Bxd6 18.Rxd6 Ke7 and Black has got an advantage in Shimanov,A (2600)-Potkin,V (2642)/Tyumen RUS 2012/] 11...Nxa8 12.Nb5 Qd5?! [12...Qd7! would have been a critical test for White's idea, as 13.Qa4? Nc7 gives Black clear advantage in the endgame.] 13.Nc3 Qd4 14.Qa4 Bd7 [14...Bh3!?] 15.Qb4 Nb6 16.d3


16...Qg4? [16...e6 17.Qa5 cxd3 18.Qxa7 dxe2 19.Re1 (19.Be3!? exf1Q+ 20.Rxf1 Qc4 21.Bxb6+ Ke8 22.Rd1 Qc8 23.Ne2 Nd5 24.Rc1 Nxb6 25.Rxc8+ Nxc8 with mutual chances.) 19...Bc5 20.Be3 Qd6 21.Bxc5 Qxc5 22.Rac1 Qd6 23.Rxe2 Ke7 once again with crazy position which I would declare to be balanced.] 17.Be3! Kc7 18.dxc4 Kb7 19.Bxb6?! [19.b3!?] 19...axb6 20.Na4 Bxa4 21.Qxa4


21...e6? [21...e5!? 22.Qb5 (22.Rad1 Be7) 22...Qh3 (22...Qe6 23.a4) 23.Qxe5 Qxh2+ 24.Kxh2 Ng4+ 25.Kg2 Nxe5 26.b3 and it won't be easy for White to convert the advantage.] 22.Rad1! Bc5 [22...Be7 23.Rd7+ Nxd7 24.Qxd7+ Ka6 25.Qxe7+-] 23.b4! Qxc4 24.Rd7+ Nxd7 25.Qxd7+ Kb8 26.bxc5 Qxc5 27.Qxf7+- Rd8 28.Qxg7 h5 29.Qf6 Qd5 30.e4 Qd6 31.Rb1 Rd7 32.Qh8+ Ka7 33.Qxh5 1–0

Kerigan, Demre - Yilmaz, Mustafa


17...Bxa2 18.Be5 Otherwise White is going to lose more material. 18...Rxb1! Nice combination! [18...Bd6? 19.Rxb8+ Qxb8 20.Nc3! Bd5 21.Bxf6 gxf6 22.Nxd5 exd5 23.Qf5 and white's advantage is huge, particularly in a practical game.] 19.Bxc7 [After the most stubborn 19.Rxb1 black is winning as well - 19...Qa7+ 20.Bd4 Bc5 21.Rb4 Nd5 22.Ra4


Bxd4+ 23.Rxd4 (23.Nxd4 Nc3 24.Rb4 a5–+) 23...Nxf4!–+] 19...Bc5+ 20.Nd4 Bxd4+ 21.Kh1


21...Ne4! Black should have foresee this move before entering a forced line with 18...Rxb1. Now white loses more material for the queen. 22.Qf3 Nf2+ 23.Kg1 Nxd3+ 24.Kh1 Nf2+ 25.Kg1 Nd1+ 26.Kh1 Bd5 27.Qe2 [27.Rxd1 Bxf3 28.Rxb1 Kd7!–+] 27...Nf2+ 28.Kg1 Nh3+ 29.Kh1 Rxf1+ 30.Qxf1 0–0 31.Qb1 Bc5 32.c4 Nf2+ 33.Kg1 Nd3+ 0–1

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