[Event "6/26/2005"] [Site "?"] [Date "2020.03.24"] [Round "?"] [White "Student"] [Black "Ashton, Jeffrey"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "E14"] [Annotator "Jeff"] [PlyCount "34"] [EventDate "2005.06.28"] [SourceVersionDate "2015.07.13"] [WhiteTeam "Jack"] {[%evp 0,34,19,19,19,-3,-3,-2,13,13,13,13,29,22,17,14,38,45,34,18,23,5,5,-60, -51,-122,-87,-126,-112,-181,-598,-932,-932,-934,-934,-29993,-29994]} 1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 {The Queen's Gambit Declined, or QGD.} 3. e3 {A bit passive.} Nf6 4. Nf3 Be7 5. Nc3 O-O 6. cxd5 exd5 7. Bd3 b6 8. O-O Bb7 9. Re1 Ne4 {A thematic idea in the QGD.} 10. Qc2 {Good idea. Keep the tension. Don't trade.} (10. Nxe4 dxe4 {"Capturitis" that loses material.}) (10. Bxe4 {is another form of "capturitis" that I see a lot of inexperienced players do.}) 10... f5 {[%csl Ge5] A bit aggressive. Weakens e5.} 11. Bxe4 {"Capturitis" finally happens. Patience is a virtue.} fxe4 12. Nd2 Nd7 {Sometimes you have to take a break from development, and then get back to development. "Better late than never."} 13. b3 Bd6 {Attacking one of the weakest squares near a castled king.} 14. Bb2 $2 {Something like Nf1 is probably better.} (14. Nf1) 14... Bxh2+ {And black is completely winning.} 15. Kxh2 Qh4+ 16. Kg1 Qxf2+ 17. Kh2 Rf6 0-1
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