[Event "GotM #69"] [Site "Saalfeld Saale"] [Date "1963.??.??"] [Round "?"] [White "Ofstad, Per"] [Black "Uhlmann, Wolfgang"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "C07"] [Annotator "Connaughton, Ken"] [PlyCount "37"] [EventDate "1963.??.??"] [EventCountry "GER"] {[%evp 0,37,45,48,34,17,46,23,62,24,41,17,-8,-8,59,31,30,35,18,0,55,80,112,87, 97,124,187,174,185,162,240,-53,-104,-376,-376,-445,1136,29984,29985,29986]} 1. e4 {King's Pawn Game} e6 {French Defense} 2. d4 d5 3. Nd2 {Tarrasch Variation} c5 {Open Variation} 4. exd5 Qxd5 5. Ngf3 cxd4 {[#] After the exchanges Black has a Queen in the center. He also has two pawns in the d and e-files while White has none. White is leading in development however and he will win further tempi against the vulnerable Black Queen.} 6. Bc4 Qd6 7. O-O Nc6 8. Re1 a6 9. a4 Qc7 {[#] Black releases some of his grip on d4 so as to give his dark square Bishop some room.} 10. Ne4 Bd7 11. Nxd4 Be7 {Black is still well behind in development and now White is ready to exploit his advantage.} 12. Nf5 $1 { [#] Sacrificing the Knight to tear open the cover in front of Black's still central King.} exf5 {The sacrifice is accepted and now White can subject Black to real pressure through a number of tactical ideas.} 13. Nd6+ {The Bishop is pinned of course and does not pose a threat to the Knight.} Kf8 14. Nxf7 { [#] Not only is the King compromized but the Rook is trapped.} Be8 15. Qd5 { White wants much more than the Rook.} Qa5 16. Qe6 Nd4 {Black is scrambling well, he tries to chase the Queen off the light diagonal before White has a chance to get her to f7.} 17. Ng5 $5 {[#] An interesting continuation} Bxg5 $4 {Black supposes he can afford to take the material but this moves loses quickly.} (17... Nxe6 18. Nxe6+ Kf7 19. Nf4+ Kf8 $11 {[%CAl Gf4e6,Ge6f4]}) 18. Qd6+ Be7 19. Rxe7 {[#] And with the end inevitable, Black surrenders.} (19. Rxe7 Nxe7 20. Qf6+ gxf6 (20... Bf7 21. Qxf7#) 21. Bh6#) 1-0
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