[Event "?"] [Site "?"] [Date "2020.02.02"] [Round "?"] [White "Black to move"] [Black "?"] [Result "*"] [Annotator "peter"] [SetUp "1"] [FEN "r3kbnr/1pp1pppp/p1q5/3p1b2/8/1PN1P2P/PBPP1PP1/R2QK1NR b KQkq - 0 7"] [PlyCount "13"] [SourceVersionDate "2020.02.02"] {} 7... d4 {black attacks the knight on c3 and unleashes a discovered attack on g2} 8. exd4 Qxg2 9. Qf3 {the only move to save the rook} Qxf3 10. Nxf3 Bxc2 {black has won a pawn. Well done if you got this far. But there is more to check in this position.} 11. Rc1 (11. Nd5 Rc8 12. Rc1 Be4 13. Nxc7+ Rxc7 14. Rxc7 Bxf3) 11... Bg6 (11... Bf5 12. Nd5 Rc8 (12... Kd8 {doesn't work so well with the bishop on Bf5 because f7 is not defended} 13. Ng5) 13. Rxc7 Rxc7 14. Nxc7+ Kd8 15. Na8 {black will eventaully get the knight with a good advantage, but over all this is not so clear as the line starting 11...Bg6 } (15. Nd5 Be4)) 12. Nd5 {it looks like this might win the c7 pawn back} Kd8 {keeping the pawn} (12... c6 13. Nc7+ {loses the a8 rook}) (12... Rc8 {gives up the advantage} 13. Nb6 {using the pin on the c-file} Rd8 ( 13... Kd8 14. Nxc8 Kxc8 {is also about level - black has a bishop and pawn for the rook and the better pawn structure}) 14. Rxc7) 13. Nf4 (13. Nxc7 Rc8 14. Nd5 Rxc1+ 15. Bxc1 Be4 {forking the two knights}) 13... e6 *