[Event "BTCh 6-board 2019-20"] [Site "?"] [Date "2019.10.14"] [Round "3.2"] [White "Bokros, I."] [Black "Yip, M."] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "B13"] [WhiteElo "2048"] [BlackElo "1985"] [PlyCount "76"] [SourceVersionDate "2004.05.16"] [WhiteTeam "Hort SE"] [BlackTeam "MTK"] {[%evp 0,76,25,16,59,68,77,36,28,28,45,45,31,42,57,47,53,55,36,-70,-62,-71,-67, -84,-71,-87,-41,-43,-36,-74,-72,-89,-87,-106,-103,-117,-117,-131,-136,-122,-91, -117,-70,-95,-104,-123,-121,-168,-114,-134,-127,-146,-145,-214,-214,-244,-254, -527,-374,-383,-390,-405,-417,-577,-515,-515,-588,-692,-683,-678,-675,-875, -911,-935,-696,-29993,-29994,-29995,-29996]} 1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 dxe4 4. Nxe4 Nd7 5. Ng3 Ngf6 6. Nf3 e6 7. Bd3 Bd6 8. Qe2 O-O 9. Ne5 {A suprising mistake} ({Relevant:} 9. O-O c5 10. c3 Re8 11. Ne4 Nxe4 12. Qxe4 Nf8 13. Ne5 Qc7 14. f4 Bd7 15. Kh1 cxd4 16. cxd4 Rec8 17. Bd2 Bc6 18. Qe2 Bd5 19. Qh5 g6 20. Qh3 f5 21. Bc3 Qg7 {The kingside is well defended} 22. Qe3 Nd7 23. Be2 Nf6 24. Bf3 Bxf3 25. Nxf3 Qd7 26. Rae1 Re8 27. Ne5 Bxe5 28. Qxe5 Nd5 29. Rf3 Rac8 30. h4 Qc7 31. h5 Qxe5 32. Rxe5 Kf7 33. Kg1 Rc4 34. Re2 Rec8 35. hxg6+ hxg6 36. Rc2 b5 37. a3 a5 38. Rcf2 b4 {Tomczak,R (2361)-Daniel,D (2174) Jastrzebia Gora 2018 0-1 (70)}) 9... Nxe5 10. dxe5 Qa5+ 11. c3 Qxe5 12. Be3 ({Predecessor: } 12. Qxe5 Bxe5 13. f4 Bc7 14. O-O Ng4 15. Be2 Bb6+ 16. Kh1 Nf2+ 17. Kg1 Ne4+ 18. Kh1 Nxg3+ 19. hxg3 Bd7 20. Bf3 Rad8 21. b3 Bc8 22. Bb2 Rd2 23. Rab1 e5 24. Ba3 Re8 25. Rfe1 Bf5 26. Rb2 Re6 {0-1 (26) Schmidt,H (2205)-Mammen,H Germany 1997}) 12... Qa5 {Black starts to be too clever already. The queen was too exposed in the centre so a invested a tempo to get the queen secured. But now was the time to be ruthless and find the best plan} (12... Nd5 {Moving the knight again to force more exchanges is the cleanest way to win. I saw this but did not like the idea of moving the good defender again} 13. Bd2 Qxe2+ 14. Bxe2 f5 (14... Bc7)) 13. O-O {Black need only make normal moves and be careful of potential compensation to consolidate the pawn+} Qc7 { The tempo and pawn eating queen returns home and hides behing the protective pawns. The overall play is to finish development and start pushing the kingside majority} (13... Nd5 14. Bd2 Qc7) 14. Bg5 {The Bxf6 threat must be taken seriously} Nd5 (14... Ne8) 15. Qh5 {This sortie fails completely and just loses time} (15. Rad1) 15... f5 {Closing down the / ^b1-h7 attack diagonal kills any attacking hopes} 16. Ne2 e5 {The next step is to keep advancing with the idea of restricting the enemy minor pieces} 17. Rad1 Be6 18. Rfe1 Rae8 {Completing development without any problems is a good sign} (18... a6) 19. Bc2 Kh8 {Useful prophylaxis} (19... h6 {A couple of pawn moves would now consolidate quite easily but now Black gets careless and loses thread of the game} 20. Bc1 b5) 20. Qh4 {Black needs to find a good plan here to consolidate the P+} e4 (20... h6 21. Bd2 b5 {Securing Nd5 is strong}) 21. Nd4 Bg8 {The bishop reinforces the kingside and clears the e<-> for Re8 to support the e-pawn. Things are again looking quite good} 22. a3 {Not really helping much} h6 23. Qh3 Bh7 (23... Bxh2+ {Forcing the queens off is best but there was more than one way to win} 24. Qxh2 Qxh2+ 25. Kxh2 hxg5) 24. Bc1 Nf4 {Played after much thought but I had trouble finding a convincing plan} (24... Qe7 {Transferring the queen to the kingside was a good plan} 25. f3 Qf6) 25. Qe3 a6 {Preparing ..c5 but this was really a passing move as still I had trouble finding a good plan} (25... Be5) 26. Bb3 Bg6 {Wriggling up the board was an interesting concept with the idea of ..Bh5 completely disrupting White's pieces} (26... c5 {This was possible and would completely smother White} 27. Ne2 Nd3 28. f4 c4 29. Ba4 b5 30. Bc2 Bg6 $19) 27. Bc2 Bh5 28. g4 {I did not see this but it is just a bluff} Nd5 { I thought this was crushing but it was not the best at all. Taking the g-pawn was best} (28... Bxg4) (28... fxg4 29. Bxe4 (29. Kh1 Nh3 30. Rf1 c5 31. Ne2 Rf3 32. Qd2 Bxh2) 29... Rxe4 30. Qxe4 Nh3+ 31. Kg2 Rxf2+ 32. Kh1 Rxh2#) 29. Qe2 Bxg4 {The skewer seemed easiest} (29... Bxh2+ {I passed on this as it seemed too greedy} 30. Kh1 fxg4 31. Bxe4 (31. Rf1 Bd6) 31... Nf6) 30. f3 exf3 (30... Bh5) 31. Qxe8 Bxh2+ 32. Kh1 Rxe8 33. Rxe8+ Kh7 34. Nxf5 g6 {White has no real threats} 35. Rxd5 {Now Re7+ is one idea that Black has to deal with} f2 {The machine agrees this is best. Black tosses in a couple of mate threats to turn up the heat} (35... cxd5 {Was what White was hoping for} 36. Re7+ Kh8 37. Rxc7 Bxc7 38. Ne3 {An ugly turn of events}) ( 35... Bxf5 36. Rdd8 Be5) 36. Kg2 {The king is more exposed here as additional tactical themes get introduced} (36. Rd1 Bf3#) (36. Z0 f1=Q# ( 36... Bf3#)) 36... gxf5 {The knight had to go. I chose this recapture to give the king an extra flight square} (36... Bxf5 {Is also completely winning}) 37. Bf4 (37. Kxf2 Qg3+ 38. Kf1 Qg1#) 37... f1=Q+ 38. Kxf1 Qxf4+ 0-1
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