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Analiz - Tur 4
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Iordachescu, Viorel - Mchedlishvili, Mikheil [B78]

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 g6 6.Be3 Bg7 7.f3 0–0 8.Qd2 Nc6 9.Bc4 Bd7 10.0–0–0 Rc8 11.Bb3 Ne5 12.Kb1 a6 13.h4 h5


14.Rdg1!? An interesting and logical novelty, most probably prepared at home. All the following moves had seen the practice at least once - [14.Bh6; 14.g4; 14.Bg5; 14.Nde2; 14.Nd5; 14.Rhe1; and even clearly suspicious 14.f4?! ] 14...b5 Logical follow-up of the 12...a6. [It looks too late to play 14...Nc4 15.Bxc4 Rxc4 as after 16.g4 hxg4 17.h5 gxh5 18.fxg4 Bxg4 19.Nf5! White's attack is really dangerous.] 15.g4! a5 Classical scenario for this line - Black has to rush with his own counterplay, as a try to defend nearly always doomed to fail. [15...hxg4 16.h5 Nxh5 17.Bh6 Rc5 (17...Nc4 18.Bxc4 Rxc4 19.Bxg7 Nxg7 20.Qh6+-) 18.Nd5! e6 19.Bxg7 Kxg7 20.fxg4 Nxg4 21.Rxg4 exd5 22.Nf5+ Bxf5 23.exf5±] 16.gxh5 Nxh5 17.f4 a4 [17...Nc4 18.Bxc4 Rxc4 19.f5 with advantage for White.]


18.Bd5 [Stunning 18.Bxf7+! is suggested by the engine with main line being 18...Nxf7 (otherwise White recaptures the piece and keeps better prospects.) 19.Rxg6 e5 20.Rhg1! Nh8 21.Rxd6! exd4 22.Bxd4 and according to the "robot" White is winning, however it still seems a bit sophisticated to me.] 18...b4 19.Nce2 e6! 20.fxe5 dxe5! [20...exd5 21.e6! fxe6 22.Rxg6±]


21.Nf5?! This tempting sacrifice turns to be not the best decision. [21.Nxe6!? fxe6 22.Bb7 Rb8 23.Ba6 Bc6 24.Bd3 Kh7 and White should have some advantage there.] 21...exd5?! [Black could take the knight - 21...gxf5! the following line is by far not forced, but I find it to be quite spectacular to illustrate what could happened - 22.Ng3! Nxg3 23.Rxg3 f4 24.Bxf4 exf4 25.Qxf4 f6 26.Rhg1! Rf7 27.h5 exd5 28.h6 Qc7 29.Rxg7+ Rxg7 30.Rxg7+ Kh8 31.Qxc7 Rxc7 32.exd5


32...b3 33.axb3 axb3 34.d6 Ra7 35.Rf7 Ra1+ 36.Kxa1 bxc2 37.Rf8+ Kh7 38.Rf7+=; Of course bad is 21...exf5? 22.Rxg6 f4 23.Bb6! Qe7 24.Rg5+-] 22.Nxg7 Kxg7 [22...Nxg7? 23.h5±] 23.Bh6+ Kh7 24.Bxf8 Qxf8 25.Qxd5?! Inaccuracy, however quite understandable one - both players were already short on time, and what could be more natural than this capture? [25.Ng3 Nf4 26.h5 g5 27.exd5±] 25...Bc6! 26.Qd3


26...b3? A timetrouble starts to tell! [Black fails to find the right way - 26...Qc5! 27.Ng3 Nf4 28.Qd2 a3! 29.b3


29...Rd8!! and White has to accept perpetual after 30.Qxd8 Qc3 31.Kc1 Qa1+ 32.Kd2 Qc3+] 27.cxb3 axb3 28.a3


Now White's position is winning as knight gets a perfect square on c3 and there is not much counterplay left. 28...Rd8 29.Qc4 Qe8 30.Nc3 Nf6 31.h5!? Nxh5 32.Qxb3 Rd4 33.Qc2 f6?! [33...f5 34.exf5 Bxh1 35.Rxh1+-] 34.Nd5! Bxd5 35.exd5 Kh6 36.Rd1 and Black resigned. Tremendous battle! 1–0

Nielsen, Peter Heine - Savchenko, Boris

1.d4 e6 2.Nf3 c5 3.c4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.g3 Bb4+ 6.Nc3 Ne4 7.Qc2 Qa5 8.Bg2 Nxc3 9.0–0


Nxe2+ [9...Nc6 10.bxc3 Bxc3 11.Nb3 Qe5 12.Rb1 Qf6 13.Nc5 Be5 14.Ba3 Qe7 15.Qd3 a5 16.Nxb7 Nb4 17.Qe3 Bc7 18.Nxa5 Nc2 19.Bxe7 Nxe3 20.Bxa8 Kxe7 21.Nc6+! dxc6 22.fxe3 and White has got the decisive advantage in Feller,S (2666)-Iordachescu,V (2646)/Khanty-Mansiysk 2011/; 9...Na4 10.a3 Be7 11.Nb5 Nxb2 12.Bd2 Qd8 13.Bf4 d6 14.c5 0–0 15.cxd6 Bf6 16.Nc7 Nc6 17.Bxc6 bxc6 18.Nxa8 e5 19.Be3 Bh3 20.Qxb2 Bxf1 21.Rxf1 Qxa8 22.Rd1 Rb8 23.Qd2 Qb7 24.d7 Bd8 25.Qd6 Qc7 26.Qxc7 Bxc7 27.Bxa7 Ra8 28.Bc5 Bd8 29.e4 f6 30.Rd6 1–0 Matlakov,M (2632)-Diu,V (2475)/Taganrog 2011/CBM 143] 10.Qxe2 Nc6 11.Be3


White's compensation for the pawn is obvious, as it's hard to finish the development for Black. 11...Be7 12.Rfd1 Qe5?! A waste of the precious time. [12...a6!? at least covering "b5" square, seems to be more to the point.] 13.Qd2 [13.Nb5!? 0–0 14.Nd6 Bxd6 15.f4 Qa5 16.Rxd6 Rb8 17.Be4!? and Black's problems seem to increase.] 13...0–0 [Still it wasn't too late for 13...a6!? 14.Nxc6 bxc6 15.Bd4 Qg5 16.Qxg5 Bxg5 17.Bxg7 Rg8 and Black keeps descent chances to survive that.] 14.Nb5 a6 15.Nd6 Bxd6


16.Bf4! [Less clear would have been 16.Qxd6 Qxb2 where still being undeveloped Black has two extra pawns to suffer for.] 16...Bb4 [16...Qf5 17.Bxd6 Re8 18.c5±] 17.Qxb4! Nxb4 18.Bxe5 Nc6 19.Bd6 Re8 20.b4 [20.c5!?±] 20...b5 Only chance to develop queenside.


21.a4 bxc4 [21...Bb7 22.axb5 axb5 23.cxb5 Rxa1 24.Rxa1 Nd8 25.Ra7! Bxg2 26.Kxg2 f6 27.b6 Nc6 28.b5+-] 22.b5 axb5 23.axb5 Rxa1 24.Rxa1 Nd4 25.b6


25...c3?! [Much more stubborn would have been 25...Nb5! 26.Bc5!? f5 27.Ra5 Nc3 28.b7 Bxb7 29.Bxb7 Rb8 30.Ra8 Rxa8 31.Bxa8 d5 32.Kf1 and a lot of technical skills is required from White to get the full point.] 26.Ra8! Now it's all over, it's even hard to believe Black survived for thirty more moves! 26...c2 Only way to keep the game going. 27.Ba3 Rf8 28.b7 c1R+ 29.Bxc1 Bxb7 30.Rxf8+ Kxf8


31.Ba3+! [It's never too late to blunder - 31.Bxb7?? Ne2+ 32.Kf1 Nxc1–+] 31...Ke8 32.Bxb7 Nf5 33.Be4 Nh6 34.Bc1 [White could capture the pawn - 34.Bxh7!? g6 35.f3 Nf5 36.g4 Ne7 37.h4 Nd5 38.g5! followed by h4-h5.] 34...Ng4 35.Bb2 g6 36.Bg7?! A bit strange idea to exchange the bishop, however it doesn't affect the outcome of the game. [36.h3 Nh6 37.f4 looks simpler to me.] 36...Ke7 37.Bf3 Nf6 38.Bxf6+ Kxf6 39.Kf1 Ke5

40.Bd1 Black would gladly change his five pawns for White's "f" and "g" ones, but fails to achieve that. 40...g5 41.Ke2 Kd4 42.Ba4 d6 43.Be8 f5 44.Bd7 Ke5 45.Ke3 Kf6 46.Kd4 Ke7 47.Bc8 Kf6 48.Ba6 Ke7 49.Be2 Kf6 50.h3 h6 51.g4 Kg6 52.Bd1 Kf6 53.Bc2 Kg6 54.gxf5+ exf5 55.Kd5 Kf6 56.Bd1 g4 57.hxg4 [57.hxg4 fxg4 58.Bxg4 Kg5 59.f3!? (59.Bd1+-) 59...h5 60.Bxh5! Kxh5 61.Kxd6+-] 1–0

Gurevich, Mikhail - Odeev, Handszar


27.Ra5?! This move has brought Whites a spectacular win, but could lead to the opposite result if Black would find a fantastic refutation. [27.c5 Nc8 28.Rb4 Rhd8 29.Qe3 Ne7 with mutual chances.] 27...Rhd8! [27...Nxc4!? 28.Rg5 Nd6 (28...Nb6 29.d5 Rhd8 30.dxe6 Rd6 31.exf7 Qxf7) 29.Qxc6 (29.Bxc6 Ka8 30.d5 Rb8 31.dxe6 fxe6 32.Rxg6 Qxc6 33.Qxc6 bxc6 34.Rxb8+ Kxb8 35.Rxe6 c5 and I believe Black's "c" pawn should decide the game.) 29...Rc8 30.Qxc7+ Rcxc7 with nearly balanced endgame.] 28.Rxa7? Logical follow up of the previous move. [Objectively better would have been 28.c5 Rxd4 29.Bxg6 fxg6 30.cxb6 axb6 31.Rg5 and White has to try hard to save the game.] 28...Kxa7 29.Qa5+ Kb8 30.Rxb6


30...Qd6?? [30...Rxd4!! 31.Bxc6 Rd1+ 32.Kh2 Rb1!–+ protecting b7 with the rook!] 31.c5! Qxd4 [31...Qe7 is somewhat similar to the game - 32.Bxc6 Rxd4 33.Ra6!+-] 32.Bxc6 Re7 33.Ra6!! Qd1+ 34.Kg2 [34.Kg2 bxa6 (34...bxc6 35.Ra8+ Kb7 36.Qa7#) 35.Qb6+ Kc8 36.Qxa6+ Kb8 37.Qa8+ Kc7 38.Qb7#] 1–0

Yasin, Hur - Nyzhnyk, Illya


In this position Black went for a typical Sicilian attack - 17...Nf4 18.Qe3 Nh3 was the threat. 18...Rxc3!? 19.bxc3 [19.Qxc3 Ne2+–+] 19...Qa4 20.Kd2 [20.c4! Qxa2 21.Kd2 Qa4 22.Qb3 Qd7 and while Black's compensation is more than sufficient White would still be in the game.] 20...0–0 [20...h6!? 21.g6 (21.gxh6 Rxh6–+ with decisive attack.) 21...Nxg6 and Bg5 is coming.] 21.Nb3 [On 21.c4!? Black should probably play simple 21...Bxc4 22.Nxc4 Qxc4 23.Qb3 Qe2+ 24.Kc1 Qxh2 25.Kb2 Qh3!? with clear advantage.] 21...Rc8 22.Nc1?!


22...d5! 23.Ne2 [23.exd5 Nxd5 24.Qf2 Rxc3–+] 23...Nxe2 24.Kxe2 d4 Now it's all over! 25.Bxd4 [25.cxd4 Rxc2+ 26.Rd2 Bb4 27.Rxc2 Qxc2+ 28.Kf1 Bh3+ 29.Rg2 Qxg2#] 25...exd4 26.cxd4 Rxc2+ 27.Rd2 Bb4 28.Rgd1 Bc4+ 0–1
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