Chess Match – Caruana, Fabiano vs Carlsen, Magnus- in Gashimov Memorial, Open: A90


Math between Caruana, Fabiano and Carlsen, Magnus

Event: Gashimov Memorial

Pgn:


[Event “Gashimov Memorial”]
[Site “Shamkir”]
[Date “2015.04.19”]
[Round “3”]
[White “Caruana, Fabiano”]
[Black “[Black can already win without any calculation. }) 52. Kh2 Rxf4 ( { White “Black can already win without any calculation. }) 52. Kh2 Rxf4 ( { White”]”]
[Result “0-1”]
[WhiteElo “2802”]
[BlackElo “2863”]
[ECO “A90”]
[Annotator “Stohl,I”]
[EventDate “2015.04.17”]
[PlyCount “104”]
[EventType “tourn”]
[EventRounds “9”]
[EventCountry “AZE”]
[Source “web”]
[SourceDate “2015.05.11”]
[EventCategory “21”]
[[{ Caruana had reasonable results against the World Champion in the last 2 “{ Caruana had reasonable results against the World Champion in the last 2”] “[{ Caruana had reasonable results against the World Champion in the last 2 “{ Caruana had reasonable results against the World Champion in the last 2″]”]
[[years, but in 2015 the tide started to change. Despite having Black, “years, but in 2015 the tide started to change. Despite having Black,”] “[years, but in 2015 the tide started to change. Despite having Black, “years, but in 2015 the tide started to change. Despite having Black,”]”]
[Carlsen “[Carlsen won a nice attacking game in Wijk (see CBM 165) and easily drew in “Carlsen won a nice attacking game in Wijk (see CBM 165) and easily drew in”]”]
[[Baden. } “Baden. }”] “[Baden. } “Baden. }”]”]
[[1. d4 { Fabiano avoids the Sicilian, or Berlin… } 1… f5 $5 { Magnus is “1. d4 { Fabiano avoids the Sicilian, or Berlin… } 1… f5 $5 { Magnus is”] “[1. d4 { Fabiano avoids the Sicilian, or Berlin… } 1… f5 $5 { Magnus is “1. d4 { Fabiano avoids the Sicilian, or Berlin… } 1… f5 $5 { Magnus is”]”]
[[in a fighting mood! However, this could have hardly surprised Caruana, as “in a fighting mood! However, this could have hardly surprised Caruana, as”] “[in a fighting mood! However, this could have hardly surprised Caruana, as “in a fighting mood! However, this could have hardly surprised Caruana, as”]”]
[[his opponent has already played the Dutch more than once this year. } 2. g3 “his opponent has already played the Dutch more than once this year. } 2. g3”] “[his opponent has already played the Dutch more than once this year. } 2. g3 “his opponent has already played the Dutch more than once this year. } 2. g3″]”]
[[Nf6 3. Bg2 e6 4. c4 c6 { Still following his win against Anand in Baden. “Nf6 3. Bg2 e6 4. c4 c6 { Still following his win against Anand in Baden.”] “[Nf6 3. Bg2 e6 4. c4 c6 { Still following his win against Anand in Baden. “Nf6 3. Bg2 e6 4. c4 c6 { Still following his win against Anand in Baden.”]”]
[The “[The flexible text move waits for White to declare his intentions with the “The flexible text move waits for White to declare his intentions with the”]”]
[[Ng1 before committing the Pd7. } ( { After the immediate } 4… d5 { White “Ng1 before committing the Pd7. } ( { After the immediate } 4… d5 { White”] “[Ng1 before committing the Pd7. } ( { After the immediate } 4… d5 { White “Ng1 before committing the Pd7. } ( { After the immediate } 4… d5 { White”]”]
[[scored well with the } 5. Nh3 $5 { system, an impressive example was } 5… “scored well with the } 5. Nh3 $5 { system, an impressive example was } 5…”] “[scored well with the } 5. Nh3 $5 { system, an impressive example was } 5… “scored well with the } 5. Nh3 $5 { system, an impressive example was } 5…”]”]
[[c6 6. O-O Bd6 7. Qc2 O-O 8. Nd2 Bd7 9. Nf3 Be8 10. Bf4 h6 11. Qb3 b6 12. “c6 6. O-O Bd6 7. Qc2 O-O 8. Nd2 Bd7 9. Nf3 Be8 10. Bf4 h6 11. Qb3 b6 12.”] “[c6 6. O-O Bd6 7. Qc2 O-O 8. Nd2 Bd7 9. Nf3 Be8 10. Bf4 h6 11. Qb3 b6 12. “c6 6. O-O Bd6 7. Qc2 O-O 8. Nd2 Bd7 9. Nf3 Be8 10. Bf4 h6 11. Qb3 b6 12.”]”]
[[Rfc1 Be7 13. cxd5 Nxd5 14. Bd2 g5 15. Ne5 a5 16. e4 fxe4 17. Bxe4 Ra7 18. “Rfc1 Be7 13. cxd5 Nxd5 14. Bd2 g5 15. Ne5 a5 16. e4 fxe4 17. Bxe4 Ra7 18.”] “[Rfc1 Be7 13. cxd5 Nxd5 14. Bd2 g5 15. Ne5 a5 16. e4 fxe4 17. Bxe4 Ra7 18. “Rfc1 Be7 13. cxd5 Nxd5 14. Bd2 g5 15. Ne5 a5 16. e4 fxe4 17. Bxe4 Ra7 18.”]”]
[[f4 gxf4 19. Kh1 Bf6 20. Nxf4 $16 { Anand,V (2769) -Nikolic,P (2659) Wijk “f4 gxf4 19. Kh1 Bf6 20. Nxf4 $16 { Anand,V (2769) -Nikolic,P (2659) Wijk”] “[f4 gxf4 19. Kh1 Bf6 20. Nxf4 $16 { Anand,V (2769) -Nikolic,P (2659) Wijk “f4 gxf4 19. Kh1 Bf6 20. Nxf4 $16 { Anand,V (2769) -Nikolic,P (2659) Wijk”]”]
[[aan Zee 2000 See the notes to this game by Tyomkin in CBM 75. }) 5. Nf3 ( { “aan Zee 2000 See the notes to this game by Tyomkin in CBM 75. }) 5. Nf3 ( {“] “[aan Zee 2000 See the notes to this game by Tyomkin in CBM 75. }) 5. Nf3 ( { “aan Zee 2000 See the notes to this game by Tyomkin in CBM 75. }) 5. Nf3 ( {“]”]
[Now “[Now } 5. Nh3 { allows } 5… d6 $5 { [%cal Ye6e5] } 6. Nc3 e5 (6… Be7 7. “Now } 5. Nh3 { allows } 5… d6 $5 { [%cal Ye6e5] } 6. Nc3 e5 (6… Be7 7.”]”]
[[e4 e5 $132) 7. dxe5 dxe5 8. Qxd8+ Kxd8 9. Ng5 Ke8 10. e4 Bd6 11. exf5 Bxf5 “e4 e5 $132) 7. dxe5 dxe5 8. Qxd8+ Kxd8 9. Ng5 Ke8 10. e4 Bd6 11. exf5 Bxf5”] “[e4 e5 $132) 7. dxe5 dxe5 8. Qxd8+ Kxd8 9. Ng5 Ke8 10. e4 Bd6 11. exf5 Bxf5 “e4 e5 $132) 7. dxe5 dxe5 8. Qxd8+ Kxd8 9. Ng5 Ke8 10. e4 Bd6 11. exf5 Bxf5″]”]
[[12. O-O h6 13. Rd1 Bc5 14. Nge4 Bxe4 15. Bxe4 Kf7 16. Bf5 Na6 17. Re1 g6 “12. O-O h6 13. Rd1 Bc5 14. Nge4 Bxe4 15. Bxe4 Kf7 16. Bf5 Na6 17. Re1 g6”] “[12. O-O h6 13. Rd1 Bc5 14. Nge4 Bxe4 15. Bxe4 Kf7 16. Bf5 Na6 17. Re1 g6 “12. O-O h6 13. Rd1 Bc5 14. Nge4 Bxe4 15. Bxe4 Kf7 16. Bf5 Na6 17. Re1 g6″]”]
[[18. Bh3 Nb4 19. Re2 Rad8 20. Rb1 Bd4 21. Kg2 Nd3 22. Be3 b6 $11 { [%csl “18. Bh3 Nb4 19. Re2 Rad8 20. Rb1 Bd4 21. Kg2 Nd3 22. Be3 b6 $11 { [%csl”] “[18. Bh3 Nb4 19. Re2 Rad8 20. Rb1 Bd4 21. Kg2 Nd3 22. Be3 b6 $11 { [%csl “18. Bh3 Nb4 19. Re2 Rad8 20. Rb1 Bd4 21. Kg2 Nd3 22. Be3 b6 $11 { [%csl”]”]
[[Gd3,Gd4] Wojtaszek,R (2721)-Vaisser,A (2533) FRA-chT Mulhouse 2011 }) 5… “Gd3,Gd4] Wojtaszek,R (2721)-Vaisser,A (2533) FRA-chT Mulhouse 2011 }) 5…”] “[Gd3,Gd4] Wojtaszek,R (2721)-Vaisser,A (2533) FRA-chT Mulhouse 2011 }) 5… “Gd3,Gd4] Wojtaszek,R (2721)-Vaisser,A (2533) FRA-chT Mulhouse 2011 }) 5…”]”]
[[d5 { The Stonewall leads to a complex strategic fight with almost no long “d5 { The Stonewall leads to a complex strategic fight with almost no long”] “[d5 { The Stonewall leads to a complex strategic fight with almost no long “d5 { The Stonewall leads to a complex strategic fight with almost no long”]”]
[[forcing lines – all in all an opening suiting Carlsen’s style. Moreover it “forcing lines – all in all an opening suiting Carlsen’s style. Moreover it”] “[forcing lines – all in all an opening suiting Carlsen’s style. Moreover it “forcing lines – all in all an opening suiting Carlsen’s style. Moreover it”]”]
[[belonged to the repertoire of his trainer Agdestein. } 6. O-O Bd6 7. b3 Qe7 “belonged to the repertoire of his trainer Agdestein. } 6. O-O Bd6 7. b3 Qe7”] “[belonged to the repertoire of his trainer Agdestein. } 6. O-O Bd6 7. b3 Qe7 “belonged to the repertoire of his trainer Agdestein. } 6. O-O Bd6 7. b3 Qe7″]”]
[[8. Bb2 { Allows Black to fianchetto his Bc8. } ( { He was fine also after } “8. Bb2 { Allows Black to fianchetto his Bc8. } ( { He was fine also after }”] “[8. Bb2 { Allows Black to fianchetto his Bc8. } ( { He was fine also after } “8. Bb2 { Allows Black to fianchetto his Bc8. } ( { He was fine also after }”]”]
[[8. Ne5 O-O (8… b6 { now runs into } 9. cxd5 cxd5 10. Nc4 $1 Nc6 11. Nxd6+ “8. Ne5 O-O (8… b6 { now runs into } 9. cxd5 cxd5 10. Nc4 $1 Nc6 11. Nxd6+”] “[8. Ne5 O-O (8… b6 { now runs into } 9. cxd5 cxd5 10. Nc4 $1 Nc6 11. Nxd6+ “8. Ne5 O-O (8… b6 { now runs into } 9. cxd5 cxd5 10. Nc4 $1 Nc6 11. Nxd6+”]”]
[[Qxd6 12. Ba3 Nb4 13. Nd2 $14) 9. Nd2 a5 10. Bb2 Nbd7 11. Qc2 a4 (11… Ne4 “Qxd6 12. Ba3 Nb4 13. Nd2 $14) 9. Nd2 a5 10. Bb2 Nbd7 11. Qc2 a4 (11… Ne4”] “[Qxd6 12. Ba3 Nb4 13. Nd2 $14) 9. Nd2 a5 10. Bb2 Nbd7 11. Qc2 a4 (11… Ne4 “Qxd6 12. Ba3 Nb4 13. Nd2 $14) 9. Nd2 a5 10. Bb2 Nbd7 11. Qc2 a4 (11… Ne4″]”]
[[12. Ndf3 a4) 12. Ndf3 ( { Possibly critical is the greedy } 12. bxa4 Ne4 ( “12. Ndf3 a4) 12. Ndf3 ( { Possibly critical is the greedy } 12. bxa4 Ne4 (“] “[12. Ndf3 a4) 12. Ndf3 ( { Possibly critical is the greedy } 12. bxa4 Ne4 ( “12. Ndf3 a4) 12. Ndf3 ( { Possibly critical is the greedy } 12. bxa4 Ne4 (“]”]
[[12… Bxe5 13. dxe5 Ng4 14. Nf3 Nb6 15. cxd5 exd5 16. h3 Nh6 17. Nd4 Nc4 ( “12… Bxe5 13. dxe5 Ng4 14. Nf3 Nb6 15. cxd5 exd5 16. h3 Nh6 17. Nd4 Nc4 (“] “[12… Bxe5 13. dxe5 Ng4 14. Nf3 Nb6 15. cxd5 exd5 16. h3 Nh6 17. Nd4 Nc4 ( “12… Bxe5 13. dxe5 Ng4 14. Nf3 Nb6 15. cxd5 exd5 16. h3 Nh6 17. Nd4 Nc4 (“]”]
[[17… f4 $5 $13) 18. f4 Ne3 19. Qb3 Nxf1 20. Ba3 Qd8 21. Bxf8 Nxg3 22. Bxg7 “17… f4 $5 $13) 18. f4 Ne3 19. Qb3 Nxf1 20. Ba3 Qd8 21. Bxf8 Nxg3 22. Bxg7”] “[17… f4 $5 $13) 18. f4 Ne3 19. Qb3 Nxf1 20. Ba3 Qd8 21. Bxf8 Nxg3 22. Bxg7 “17… f4 $5 $13) 18. f4 Ne3 19. Qb3 Nxf1 20. Ba3 Qd8 21. Bxf8 Nxg3 22. Bxg7″]”]
[[Nxe2+ 23. Nxe2 Kxg7 24. Nd4 Ng8 25. Re1 $36 { Visloguzov,V (2036)-Jardi “Nxe2+ 23. Nxe2 Kxg7 24. Nd4 Ng8 25. Re1 $36 { Visloguzov,V (2036)-Jardi”] “[Nxe2+ 23. Nxe2 Kxg7 24. Nd4 Ng8 25. Re1 $36 { Visloguzov,V (2036)-Jardi “Nxe2+ 23. Nxe2 Kxg7 24. Nd4 Ng8 25. Re1 $36 { Visloguzov,V (2036)-Jardi”]”]
[[Talarn,J (2054) email 2011 }) 13. Nxe4 $1 (13. Ndf3 Bxe5 (13… Qd8 14. Nd3 “Talarn,J (2054) email 2011 }) 13. Nxe4 $1 (13. Ndf3 Bxe5 (13… Qd8 14. Nd3”] “[Talarn,J (2054) email 2011 }) 13. Nxe4 $1 (13. Ndf3 Bxe5 (13… Qd8 14. Nd3 “Talarn,J (2054) email 2011 }) 13. Nxe4 $1 (13. Ndf3 Bxe5 (13… Qd8 14. Nd3″]”]
[[Qa5 15. Nf4 Bxf4 16. gxf4 Qxa4 17. Qxa4 Rxa4 18. cxd5 exd5 19. e3 Nb6 20. “Qa5 15. Nf4 Bxf4 16. gxf4 Qxa4 17. Qxa4 Rxa4 18. cxd5 exd5 19. e3 Nb6 20.”] “[Qa5 15. Nf4 Bxf4 16. gxf4 Qxa4 17. Qxa4 Rxa4 18. cxd5 exd5 19. e3 Nb6 20. “Qa5 15. Nf4 Bxf4 16. gxf4 Qxa4 17. Qxa4 Rxa4 18. cxd5 exd5 19. e3 Nb6 20.”]”]
[[Ne5 { Kiriakov,P (2555)-Moskalenko,V (2540) playchess. com blitz 2006 } “Ne5 { Kiriakov,P (2555)-Moskalenko,V (2540) playchess. com blitz 2006 }”] “[Ne5 { Kiriakov,P (2555)-Moskalenko,V (2540) playchess. com blitz 2006 } “Ne5 { Kiriakov,P (2555)-Moskalenko,V (2540) playchess. com blitz 2006 }”]”]
[[20… Nc4 $15) 14. dxe5 (14. Nxe5 $142 $5) 14… Nb6 15. cxd5 exd5 16. Rab1 “20… Nc4 $15) 14. dxe5 (14. Nxe5 $142 $5) 14… Nb6 15. cxd5 exd5 16. Rab1”] “[20… Nc4 $15) 14. dxe5 (14. Nxe5 $142 $5) 14… Nb6 15. cxd5 exd5 16. Rab1 “20… Nc4 $15) 14. dxe5 (14. Nxe5 $142 $5) 14… Nb6 15. cxd5 exd5 16. Rab1″]”]
[[Nc4 17. Rfd1 Qb4 18. Nd4 Qxa4 $36 { Goganov,A (2550)-Sandipan,C (2590) “Nc4 17. Rfd1 Qb4 18. Nd4 Qxa4 $36 { Goganov,A (2550)-Sandipan,C (2590)”] “[Nc4 17. Rfd1 Qb4 18. Nd4 Qxa4 $36 { Goganov,A (2550)-Sandipan,C (2590) “Nc4 17. Rfd1 Qb4 18. Nd4 Qxa4 $36 { Goganov,A (2550)-Sandipan,C (2590)”]”]
[Moscow “[Moscow 2013 }) 13… fxe4 14. f4 exf3 15. Nxf3 $14 { Roiz }) 12… Ne4 13. “Moscow 2013 }) 13… fxe4 14. f4 exf3 15. Nxf3 $14 { Roiz }) 12… Ne4 13.”]”]
[[e3 a3 14. Bc3 Nxe5 15. Nxe5 Bd7 16. Nxd7 (16. Be1 $142 $1 $14) 16… Qxd7 “e3 a3 14. Bc3 Nxe5 15. Nxe5 Bd7 16. Nxd7 (16. Be1 $142 $1 $14) 16… Qxd7”] “[e3 a3 14. Bc3 Nxe5 15. Nxe5 Bd7 16. Nxd7 (16. Be1 $142 $1 $14) 16… Qxd7 “e3 a3 14. Bc3 Nxe5 15. Nxe5 Bd7 16. Nxd7 (16. Be1 $142 $1 $14) 16… Qxd7″]”]
[[17. c5 Bc7 18. b4 h5 19. Be1 e5 20. dxe5 Bxe5 21. Rd1 Qe6 $11 { Anand,V “17. c5 Bc7 18. b4 h5 19. Be1 e5 20. dxe5 Bxe5 21. Rd1 Qe6 $11 { Anand,V”] “[17. c5 Bc7 18. b4 h5 19. Be1 e5 20. dxe5 Bxe5 21. Rd1 Qe6 $11 { Anand,V “17. c5 Bc7 18. b4 h5 19. Be1 e5 20. dxe5 Bxe5 21. Rd1 Qe6 $11 { Anand,V”]”]
[[(2797)-Carlsen,M (2865) Baden-Baden 2015 For more details see the notes to “(2797)-Carlsen,M (2865) Baden-Baden 2015 For more details see the notes to”] “[(2797)-Carlsen,M (2865) Baden-Baden 2015 For more details see the notes to “(2797)-Carlsen,M (2865) Baden-Baden 2015 For more details see the notes to”]”]
[[this game by Roiz in CBM 165. }) 8… b6 9. Ne5 Bb7 10. Nd2 ( { White will “this game by Roiz in CBM 165. }) 8… b6 9. Ne5 Bb7 10. Nd2 ( { White will”] “[this game by Roiz in CBM 165. }) 8… b6 9. Ne5 Bb7 10. Nd2 ( { White will “this game by Roiz in CBM 165. }) 8… b6 9. Ne5 Bb7 10. Nd2 ( { White will”]”]
[[later redirect his N to c3, but here the immediate } 10. Nc3 { is not too “later redirect his N to c3, but here the immediate } 10. Nc3 { is not too”] “[later redirect his N to c3, but here the immediate } 10. Nc3 { is not too “later redirect his N to c3, but here the immediate } 10. Nc3 { is not too”]”]
[[effective due to } 10… Nbd7 $11 { forcing White to make a decision about “effective due to } 10… Nbd7 $11 { forcing White to make a decision about”] “[effective due to } 10… Nbd7 $11 { forcing White to make a decision about “effective due to } 10… Nbd7 $11 { forcing White to make a decision about”]”]
[[his Ne5. }) 10… O-O 11. Rc1 ( { My own experience with this line was “his Ne5. }) 10… O-O 11. Rc1 ( { My own experience with this line was”] “[his Ne5. }) 10… O-O 11. Rc1 ( { My own experience with this line was “his Ne5. }) 10… O-O 11. Rc1 ( { My own experience with this line was”]”]
[[rather bleak, after } 11. e3 a5 12. Nd3 Na6 13. a3 Rac8 14. Qe2 Ne4 15. “rather bleak, after } 11. e3 a5 12. Nd3 Na6 13. a3 Rac8 14. Qe2 Ne4 15.”] “[rather bleak, after } 11. e3 a5 12. Nd3 Na6 13. a3 Rac8 14. Qe2 Ne4 15. “rather bleak, after } 11. e3 a5 12. Nd3 Na6 13. a3 Rac8 14. Qe2 Ne4 15.”]”]
[[Rfc1 c5 16. dxc5 Naxc5 17. Nxc5 bxc5 18. Rd1 a4 19. bxa4 Ra8 20. f3 Nxd2 “Rfc1 c5 16. dxc5 Naxc5 17. Nxc5 bxc5 18. Rd1 a4 19. bxa4 Ra8 20. f3 Nxd2”] “[Rfc1 c5 16. dxc5 Naxc5 17. Nxc5 bxc5 18. Rd1 a4 19. bxa4 Ra8 20. f3 Nxd2 “Rfc1 c5 16. dxc5 Naxc5 17. Nxc5 bxc5 18. Rd1 a4 19. bxa4 Ra8 20. f3 Nxd2″]”]
[[21. Qxd2 Rxa4 22. cxd5 exd5 23. f4 $11 { Stohl,I (2465)-Glek,I (2430) “21. Qxd2 Rxa4 22. cxd5 exd5 23. f4 $11 { Stohl,I (2465)-Glek,I (2430)”] “[21. Qxd2 Rxa4 22. cxd5 exd5 23. f4 $11 { Stohl,I (2465)-Glek,I (2430) “21. Qxd2 Rxa4 22. cxd5 exd5 23. f4 $11 { Stohl,I (2465)-Glek,I (2430)”]”]
[Tallinn “[Tallinn 1986 White just barely managed to hold the balance (and lost due to “Tallinn 1986 White just barely managed to hold the balance (and lost due to”]”]
[[a miscalculation later on). }) 11… a5 12. e3 { The most usual move, but “a miscalculation later on). }) 11… a5 12. e3 { The most usual move, but”] “[a miscalculation later on). }) 11… a5 12. e3 { The most usual move, but “a miscalculation later on). }) 11… a5 12. e3 { The most usual move, but”]”]
[[it’s not easy for White to get anything tangible from the opening. } (12. “it’s not easy for White to get anything tangible from the opening. } (12.”] “[it’s not easy for White to get anything tangible from the opening. } (12. “it’s not easy for White to get anything tangible from the opening. } (12.”]”]
[[Nd3 Na6 13. Nf3 { avoids ideas with Bxe5; White intends to put the other N “Nd3 Na6 13. Nf3 { avoids ideas with Bxe5; White intends to put the other N”] “[Nd3 Na6 13. Nf3 { avoids ideas with Bxe5; White intends to put the other N “Nd3 Na6 13. Nf3 { avoids ideas with Bxe5; White intends to put the other N”]”]
[[on e5, but this manoeuvring costs time and Black gets counterplay after } “on e5, but this manoeuvring costs time and Black gets counterplay after }”] “[on e5, but this manoeuvring costs time and Black gets counterplay after } “on e5, but this manoeuvring costs time and Black gets counterplay after }”]”]
[[13… Ne4 14. Nfe5 Rac8 (14… c5 15. f3 Nf6 16. cxd5 exd5 17. Re1 Nb4 18. “13… Ne4 14. Nfe5 Rac8 (14… c5 15. f3 Nf6 16. cxd5 exd5 17. Re1 Nb4 18.”] “[13… Ne4 14. Nfe5 Rac8 (14… c5 15. f3 Nf6 16. cxd5 exd5 17. Re1 Nb4 18. “13… Ne4 14. Nfe5 Rac8 (14… c5 15. f3 Nf6 16. cxd5 exd5 17. Re1 Nb4 18.”]”]
[[a3 Nc6 19. e3 Nd8 20. Bh3 g6 21. Nf4 Qe8 22. Ned3 Rc8 23. dxc5 bxc5 24. Qd2 “a3 Nc6 19. e3 Nd8 20. Bh3 g6 21. Nf4 Qe8 22. Ned3 Rc8 23. dxc5 bxc5 24. Qd2”] “[a3 Nc6 19. e3 Nd8 20. Bh3 g6 21. Nf4 Qe8 22. Ned3 Rc8 23. dxc5 bxc5 24. Qd2 “a3 Nc6 19. e3 Nd8 20. Bh3 g6 21. Nf4 Qe8 22. Ned3 Rc8 23. dxc5 bxc5 24. Qd2″]”]
[[a4 25. e4 $5 dxe4 26. fxe4 Bxe4 27. b4 $36 { Martin Clemente,J “a4 25. e4 $5 dxe4 26. fxe4 Bxe4 27. b4 $36 { Martin Clemente,J”] “[a4 25. e4 $5 dxe4 26. fxe4 Bxe4 27. b4 $36 { Martin Clemente,J “a4 25. e4 $5 dxe4 26. fxe4 Bxe4 27. b4 $36 { Martin Clemente,J”]”]
[[(2638)-Timmerman,G (2694) email 2009 }) 15. e3 c5 16. dxc5 bxc5 17. Nf4 Nb4 “(2638)-Timmerman,G (2694) email 2009 }) 15. e3 c5 16. dxc5 bxc5 17. Nf4 Nb4”] “[(2638)-Timmerman,G (2694) email 2009 }) 15. e3 c5 16. dxc5 bxc5 17. Nf4 Nb4 “(2638)-Timmerman,G (2694) email 2009 }) 15. e3 c5 16. dxc5 bxc5 17. Nf4 Nb4″]”]
[[18. a3 Bxe5 19. Bxe5 Nc6 { ½ Avrukh,B (2425)-Gleizerov,E (2535) St “18. a3 Bxe5 19. Bxe5 Nc6 { ½ Avrukh,B (2425)-Gleizerov,E (2535) St”] “[18. a3 Bxe5 19. Bxe5 Nc6 { ½ Avrukh,B (2425)-Gleizerov,E (2535) St “18. a3 Bxe5 19. Bxe5 Nc6 { ½ Avrukh,B (2425)-Gleizerov,E (2535) St”]”]
[Petersburg “[Petersburg 1994 } 20. Bb2 d4 $1 $132) (12. Nb1 Nbd7 (12… Ne4 13. f3 Nf6 “Petersburg 1994 } 20. Bb2 d4 $1 $132) (12. Nb1 Nbd7 (12… Ne4 13. f3 Nf6″]”]
[[14. Nc3 Nbd7 15. Nxd7 Nxd7 16. e4 dxc4 17. bxc4 e5 18. exf5 exd4 19. Re1 “14. Nc3 Nbd7 15. Nxd7 Nxd7 16. e4 dxc4 17. bxc4 e5 18. exf5 exd4 19. Re1”] “[14. Nc3 Nbd7 15. Nxd7 Nxd7 16. e4 dxc4 17. bxc4 e5 18. exf5 exd4 19. Re1 “14. Nc3 Nbd7 15. Nxd7 Nxd7 16. e4 dxc4 17. bxc4 e5 18. exf5 exd4 19. Re1″]”]
[[Ne5 20. Ne4 Ba3 21. Bxa3 Qxa3 22. Qxd4 Nxf3+ 23. Bxf3 Qxf3 24. c5 $16 { “Ne5 20. Ne4 Ba3 21. Bxa3 Qxa3 22. Qxd4 Nxf3+ 23. Bxf3 Qxf3 24. c5 $16 {“] “[Ne5 20. Ne4 Ba3 21. Bxa3 Qxa3 22. Qxd4 Nxf3+ 23. Bxf3 Qxf3 24. c5 $16 { “Ne5 20. Ne4 Ba3 21. Bxa3 Qxa3 22. Qxd4 Nxf3+ 23. Bxf3 Qxf3 24. c5 $16 {“]”]
[[Gordon,S (2556)-Djurhuus,R (2436) Oslo 2012 }) 13. cxd5 cxd5 14. Nc4 b5 15. “Gordon,S (2556)-Djurhuus,R (2436) Oslo 2012 }) 13. cxd5 cxd5 14. Nc4 b5 15.”] “[Gordon,S (2556)-Djurhuus,R (2436) Oslo 2012 }) 13. cxd5 cxd5 14. Nc4 b5 15. “Gordon,S (2556)-Djurhuus,R (2436) Oslo 2012 }) 13. cxd5 cxd5 14. Nc4 b5 15.”]”]
[[Nxd6 Qxd6 16. Nc3 Ba6 { [%csl Ga6,Rg2] Black’s bad Ba6 is more effective, “Nxd6 Qxd6 16. Nc3 Ba6 { [%csl Ga6,Rg2] Black’s bad Ba6 is more effective,”] “[Nxd6 Qxd6 16. Nc3 Ba6 { [%csl Ga6,Rg2] Black’s bad Ba6 is more effective, “Nxd6 Qxd6 16. Nc3 Ba6 { [%csl Ga6,Rg2] Black’s bad Ba6 is more effective,”]”]
[[than the “good”one on g2. } 17. Qd2 Rfc8 18. f3 b4 19. Nd1 a4 20. Ne3 a3 “than the “good”one on g2. } 17. Qd2 Rfc8 18. f3 b4 19. Nd1 a4 20. Ne3 a3”] “[than the “good”one on g2. } 17. Qd2 Rfc8 18. f3 b4 19. Nd1 a4 20. Ne3 a3 “than the “good”one on g2. } 17. Qd2 Rfc8 18. f3 b4 19. Nd1 a4 20. Ne3 a3″]”]
[[21. Rxc8+ Rxc8 22. Bc1 f4 23. gxf4 Qxf4 $11 { ()=/+, Tukmakov,V “21. Rxc8+ Rxc8 22. Bc1 f4 23. gxf4 Qxf4 $11 { ()=/+, Tukmakov,V”] “[21. Rxc8+ Rxc8 22. Bc1 f4 23. gxf4 Qxf4 $11 { ()=/+, Tukmakov,V “21. Rxc8+ Rxc8 22. Bc1 f4 23. gxf4 Qxf4 $11 { ()=/+, Tukmakov,V”]”]
[[(2575)-Agdestein,S (2560) Dortmund 1987 }) 12… Na6 13. Nb1 $146 { A “(2575)-Agdestein,S (2560) Dortmund 1987 }) 12… Na6 13. Nb1 $146 { A”] “[(2575)-Agdestein,S (2560) Dortmund 1987 }) 12… Na6 13. Nb1 $146 { A “(2575)-Agdestein,S (2560) Dortmund 1987 }) 12… Na6 13. Nb1 $146 { A”]”]
[[novelty, but judging by the time-consumption an over the board idea. The N “novelty, but judging by the time-consumption an over the board idea. The N”] “[novelty, but judging by the time-consumption an over the board idea. The N “novelty, but judging by the time-consumption an over the board idea. The N”]”]
[[heads for c3 and possibly for a4 (or e2-f4). } ( { Until now White mostly “heads for c3 and possibly for a4 (or e2-f4). } ( { Until now White mostly”] “[heads for c3 and possibly for a4 (or e2-f4). } ( { Until now White mostly “heads for c3 and possibly for a4 (or e2-f4). } ( { Until now White mostly”]”]
[[connected his rooks with } 13. Qe2 Ne4 (13… Nc7 14. Ndf3 Ne4 15. Rfd1 a4 “connected his rooks with } 13. Qe2 Ne4 (13… Nc7 14. Ndf3 Ne4 15. Rfd1 a4”] “[connected his rooks with } 13. Qe2 Ne4 (13… Nc7 14. Ndf3 Ne4 15. Rfd1 a4 “connected his rooks with } 13. Qe2 Ne4 (13… Nc7 14. Ndf3 Ne4 15. Rfd1 a4″]”]
[[16. Nd3 a3 17. Ba1 Na6 18. Nfe5 c5 19. f3 Nf6 20. Bh3 g6 21. Rd2 Rac8 22. “16. Nd3 a3 17. Ba1 Na6 18. Nfe5 c5 19. f3 Nf6 20. Bh3 g6 21. Rd2 Rac8 22.”] “[16. Nd3 a3 17. Ba1 Na6 18. Nfe5 c5 19. f3 Nf6 20. Bh3 g6 21. Rd2 Rac8 22. “16. Nd3 a3 17. Ba1 Na6 18. Nfe5 c5 19. f3 Nf6 20. Bh3 g6 21. Rd2 Rac8 22.”]”]
[[Rdc2 Rc7 23. Rd1 Rfc8 24. Rcd2 cxd4 25. Bxd4 Nc5 26. Nxc5 Bxc5 27. Bg2 Ba6 “Rdc2 Rc7 23. Rd1 Rfc8 24. Rcd2 cxd4 25. Bxd4 Nc5 26. Nxc5 Bxc5 27. Bg2 Ba6”] “[Rdc2 Rc7 23. Rd1 Rfc8 24. Rcd2 cxd4 25. Bxd4 Nc5 26. Nxc5 Bxc5 27. Bg2 Ba6 “Rdc2 Rc7 23. Rd1 Rfc8 24. Rcd2 cxd4 25. Bxd4 Nc5 26. Nxc5 Bxc5 27. Bg2 Ba6″]”]
[[28. Bf1 Nd7 29. Nxd7 Rxd7 30. Bxc5 Qxc5 31. Qf2 Rcd8 32. e4 d4 $132 { “28. Bf1 Nd7 29. Nxd7 Rxd7 30. Bxc5 Qxc5 31. Qf2 Rcd8 32. e4 d4 $132 {“] “[28. Bf1 Nd7 29. Nxd7 Rxd7 30. Bxc5 Qxc5 31. Qf2 Rcd8 32. e4 d4 $132 { “28. Bf1 Nd7 29. Nxd7 Rxd7 30. Bxc5 Qxc5 31. Qf2 Rcd8 32. e4 d4 $132 {“]”]
[[Hansen,O (2499)-Timmerman,G (2694) email 2009 }) (13… a4 14. bxa4 Bxe5 “Hansen,O (2499)-Timmerman,G (2694) email 2009 }) (13… a4 14. bxa4 Bxe5”] “[Hansen,O (2499)-Timmerman,G (2694) email 2009 }) (13… a4 14. bxa4 Bxe5 “Hansen,O (2499)-Timmerman,G (2694) email 2009 }) (13… a4 14. bxa4 Bxe5″]”]
[[15. dxe5 Nd7 16. a5 Nac5 17. Bc3 bxa5 18. Nb3 Nxb3 19. axb3 Nc5 20. Qc2 Ne4 “15. dxe5 Nd7 16. a5 Nac5 17. Bc3 bxa5 18. Nb3 Nxb3 19. axb3 Nc5 20. Qc2 Ne4”] “[15. dxe5 Nd7 16. a5 Nac5 17. Bc3 bxa5 18. Nb3 Nxb3 19. axb3 Nc5 20. Qc2 Ne4 “15. dxe5 Nd7 16. a5 Nac5 17. Bc3 bxa5 18. Nb3 Nxb3 19. axb3 Nc5 20. Qc2 Ne4″]”]
[[21. Bb2 a4 22. bxa4 Ba6 23. f3 Ng5 24. cxd5 Bxf1 25. d6 $16 { So,W “21. Bb2 a4 22. bxa4 Ba6 23. f3 Ng5 24. cxd5 Bxf1 25. d6 $16 { So,W”] “[21. Bb2 a4 22. bxa4 Ba6 23. f3 Ng5 24. cxd5 Bxf1 25. d6 $16 { So,W “21. Bb2 a4 22. bxa4 Ba6 23. f3 Ng5 24. cxd5 Bxf1 25. d6 $16 { So,W”]”]
[[(2656)-Reinderman,D (2573) Wijk aan Zee 2010 }) (13… Bxe5 14. dxe5 Ne4 “(2656)-Reinderman,D (2573) Wijk aan Zee 2010 }) (13… Bxe5 14. dxe5 Ne4”] “[(2656)-Reinderman,D (2573) Wijk aan Zee 2010 }) (13… Bxe5 14. dxe5 Ne4 “(2656)-Reinderman,D (2573) Wijk aan Zee 2010 }) (13… Bxe5 14. dxe5 Ne4″]”]
[[15. Rfd1 a4 $5 16. Nb1 Nb4 (16… axb3 17. axb3 Nac5 18. Qc2 Ra2 $132 { /\ “15. Rfd1 a4 $5 16. Nb1 Nb4 (16… axb3 17. axb3 Nac5 18. Qc2 Ra2 $132 { /\”] “[15. Rfd1 a4 $5 16. Nb1 Nb4 (16… axb3 17. axb3 Nac5 18. Qc2 Ra2 $132 { /\ “15. Rfd1 a4 $5 16. Nb1 Nb4 (16… axb3 17. axb3 Nac5 18. Qc2 Ra2 $132 { /\”]”]
[[} 19. f3 $6 Qg5 $1 20. fxe4 fxe4 $44) 17. Ba3 axb3 18. axb3 c5 19. f3 Ng5 “} 19. f3 $6 Qg5 $1 20. fxe4 fxe4 $44) 17. Ba3 axb3 18. axb3 c5 19. f3 Ng5”] “[} 19. f3 $6 Qg5 $1 20. fxe4 fxe4 $44) 17. Ba3 axb3 18. axb3 c5 19. f3 Ng5 “} 19. f3 $6 Qg5 $1 20. fxe4 fxe4 $44) 17. Ba3 axb3 18. axb3 c5 19. f3 Ng5″]”]
[[20. h4 Nf7 21. Bxb4 cxb4 22. f4 dxc4 23. Bxb7 Qxb7 24. Rxc4 Rfd8 25. Rxd8+ “20. h4 Nf7 21. Bxb4 cxb4 22. f4 dxc4 23. Bxb7 Qxb7 24. Rxc4 Rfd8 25. Rxd8+”] “[20. h4 Nf7 21. Bxb4 cxb4 22. f4 dxc4 23. Bxb7 Qxb7 24. Rxc4 Rfd8 25. Rxd8+ “20. h4 Nf7 21. Bxb4 cxb4 22. f4 dxc4 23. Bxb7 Qxb7 24. Rxc4 Rfd8 25. Rxd8+”]”]
[[Nxd8 { Alekseev,E (2640)-Moiseenko,A (2662) Sochi 2006 } 26. Rxb4 $14) 14. “Nxd8 { Alekseev,E (2640)-Moiseenko,A (2662) Sochi 2006 } 26. Rxb4 $14) 14.”] “[Nxd8 { Alekseev,E (2640)-Moiseenko,A (2662) Sochi 2006 } 26. Rxb4 $14) 14. “Nxd8 { Alekseev,E (2640)-Moiseenko,A (2662) Sochi 2006 } 26. Rxb4 $14) 14.”]”]
[[Rfd1 c5 15. Nb1 Nb4 16. f3 Nxa2 17. fxe4 Nxc1 18. Bxc1 fxe4 19. Nc3 Rad8 “Rfd1 c5 15. Nb1 Nb4 16. f3 Nxa2 17. fxe4 Nxc1 18. Bxc1 fxe4 19. Nc3 Rad8”] “[Rfd1 c5 15. Nb1 Nb4 16. f3 Nxa2 17. fxe4 Nxc1 18. Bxc1 fxe4 19. Nc3 Rad8 “Rfd1 c5 15. Nb1 Nb4 16. f3 Nxa2 17. fxe4 Nxc1 18. Bxc1 fxe4 19. Nc3 Rad8″]”]
[[20. Nb5 cxd4 21. exd4 Bxe5 22. dxe5 dxc4 { Van Wely,L (2668)-Ulibin,M “20. Nb5 cxd4 21. exd4 Bxe5 22. dxe5 dxc4 { Van Wely,L (2668)-Ulibin,M”] “[20. Nb5 cxd4 21. exd4 Bxe5 22. dxe5 dxc4 { Van Wely,L (2668)-Ulibin,M “20. Nb5 cxd4 21. exd4 Bxe5 22. dxe5 dxc4 { Van Wely,L (2668)-Ulibin,M”]”]
[[(2581) Moscow 2003 } 23. Rxd8 Rxd8 24. bxc4 Qc5+ 25. Be3 Qxe5 26. Bxb6 $13) “(2581) Moscow 2003 } 23. Rxd8 Rxd8 24. bxc4 Qc5+ 25. Be3 Qxe5 26. Bxb6 $13)”] “[(2581) Moscow 2003 } 23. Rxd8 Rxd8 24. bxc4 Qc5+ 25. Be3 Qxe5 26. Bxb6 $13) “(2581) Moscow 2003 } 23. Rxd8 Rxd8 24. bxc4 Qc5+ 25. Be3 Qxe5 26. Bxb6 $13)”]”]
[[13… Bxe5 $5 { A very straightforward solution. } ( { Black can also “13… Bxe5 $5 { A very straightforward solution. } ( { Black can also”] “[13… Bxe5 $5 { A very straightforward solution. } ( { Black can also “13… Bxe5 $5 { A very straightforward solution. } ( { Black can also”]”]
[[redirect his N with } 13… Nb8 14. Nc3 Nbd7 { Carlsen maybe didn’t relish “redirect his N with } 13… Nb8 14. Nc3 Nbd7 { Carlsen maybe didn’t relish”] “[redirect his N with } 13… Nb8 14. Nc3 Nbd7 { Carlsen maybe didn’t relish “redirect his N with } 13… Nb8 14. Nc3 Nbd7 { Carlsen maybe didn’t relish”]”]
[[the possibility } 15. f4 $5 (15. Na4 b5 $11 { is harmless }) 15… Rac8 $13 “the possibility } 15. f4 $5 (15. Na4 b5 $11 { is harmless }) 15… Rac8 $13”] “[the possibility } 15. f4 $5 (15. Na4 b5 $11 { is harmless }) 15… Rac8 $13 “the possibility } 15. f4 $5 (15. Na4 b5 $11 { is harmless }) 15… Rac8 $13″]”]
[[{ with a complex double Stonewall. }) 14. dxe5 Ne4 15. Qe2 (15. cxd5 exd5 “{ with a complex double Stonewall. }) 14. dxe5 Ne4 15. Qe2 (15. cxd5 exd5”] “[{ with a complex double Stonewall. }) 14. dxe5 Ne4 15. Qe2 (15. cxd5 exd5 “{ with a complex double Stonewall. }) 14. dxe5 Ne4 15. Qe2 (15. cxd5 exd5″]”]
[[$5 16. Nc3 Nac5 $132) ( { It was worth considering } 15. Nc3 $5 { /\ } “$5 16. Nc3 Nac5 $132) ( { It was worth considering } 15. Nc3 $5 { /\ }”] “[$5 16. Nc3 Nac5 $132) ( { It was worth considering } 15. Nc3 $5 { /\ } “$5 16. Nc3 Nac5 $132) ( { It was worth considering } 15. Nc3 $5 { /\ }”]”]
[[15… Nac5 (15… Rac8 $142 $5) 16. Ba3 $14) 15… a4 $5 16. Nc3 $6 { A “15… Nac5 (15… Rac8 $142 $5) 16. Ba3 $14) 15… a4 $5 16. Nc3 $6 { A”] “[15… Nac5 (15… Rac8 $142 $5) 16. Ba3 $14) 15… a4 $5 16. Nc3 $6 { A “15… Nac5 (15… Rac8 $142 $5) 16. Ba3 $14) 15… a4 $5 16. Nc3 $6 { A”]”]
[[mediocre reaction, after which already White will have to tread with care. “mediocre reaction, after which already White will have to tread with care.”] “[mediocre reaction, after which already White will have to tread with care. “mediocre reaction, after which already White will have to tread with care.”]”]
[[} ( { The principled continuation was } 16. Ba3 $142 c5 17. f3 Ng5 18. cxd5 “} ( { The principled continuation was } 16. Ba3 $142 c5 17. f3 Ng5 18. cxd5”] “[} ( { The principled continuation was } 16. Ba3 $142 c5 17. f3 Ng5 18. cxd5 “} ( { The principled continuation was } 16. Ba3 $142 c5 17. f3 Ng5 18. cxd5″]”]
[[Bxd5 (18… exd5 $5 19. bxa4 $13) 19. bxa4 (19. Nc3 Nc7 $13 { can transpose “Bxd5 (18… exd5 $5 19. bxa4 $13) 19. bxa4 (19. Nc3 Nc7 $13 { can transpose”] “[Bxd5 (18… exd5 $5 19. bxa4 $13) 19. bxa4 (19. Nc3 Nc7 $13 { can transpose “Bxd5 (18… exd5 $5 19. bxa4 $13) 19. bxa4 (19. Nc3 Nc7 $13 { can transpose”]”]
[[}) 19… Nc7 20. e4 fxe4 21. fxe4 Rxf1+ 22. Rxf1 Bc6 23. h4 Nf7 24. Qb2 $13 “}) 19… Nc7 20. e4 fxe4 21. fxe4 Rxf1+ 22. Rxf1 Bc6 23. h4 Nf7 24. Qb2 $13”] “[}) 19… Nc7 20. e4 fxe4 21. fxe4 Rxf1+ 22. Rxf1 Bc6 23. h4 Nf7 24. Qb2 $13 “}) 19… Nc7 20. e4 fxe4 21. fxe4 Rxf1+ 22. Rxf1 Bc6 23. h4 Nf7 24. Qb2 $13″]”]
[[) (16. Rfd1 { transposes to Alekseev-Moiseenko above. }) 16… axb3 (16… “) (16. Rfd1 { transposes to Alekseev-Moiseenko above. }) 16… axb3 (16…”] “[) (16. Rfd1 { transposes to Alekseev-Moiseenko above. }) 16… axb3 (16… “) (16. Rfd1 { transposes to Alekseev-Moiseenko above. }) 16… axb3 (16…”]”]
[[a3 $5 17. Ba1 Nb4 $13 { [%csl Ra1] /=/+ also deserves attention, but true “a3 $5 17. Ba1 Nb4 $13 { [%csl Ra1] /=/+ also deserves attention, but true”] “[a3 $5 17. Ba1 Nb4 $13 { [%csl Ra1] /=/+ also deserves attention, but true “a3 $5 17. Ba1 Nb4 $13 { [%csl Ra1] /=/+ also deserves attention, but true”]”]
[[to himself, Carlsen chooses a simple technical solution. }) 17. axb3 Qb4 “to himself, Carlsen chooses a simple technical solution. }) 17. axb3 Qb4”] “[to himself, Carlsen chooses a simple technical solution. }) 17. axb3 Qb4 “to himself, Carlsen chooses a simple technical solution. }) 17. axb3 Qb4″]”]
[[18. Nxe4 (18. cxd5 exd5 { is also pleasant for Black. }) 18… dxe4 { Black “18. Nxe4 (18. cxd5 exd5 { is also pleasant for Black. }) 18… dxe4 { Black”] “[18. Nxe4 (18. cxd5 exd5 { is also pleasant for Black. }) 18… dxe4 { Black “18. Nxe4 (18. cxd5 exd5 { is also pleasant for Black. }) 18… dxe4 { Black”]”]
[[continues in the spirit of his 16th move and chooses the simpler “continues in the spirit of his 16th move and chooses the simpler”] “[continues in the spirit of his 16th move and chooses the simpler “continues in the spirit of his 16th move and chooses the simpler”]”]
[[symmetrical recapture. } ( { More complex is } 18… fxe4 19. Bh3 (19. Bc3 “symmetrical recapture. } ( { More complex is } 18… fxe4 19. Bh3 (19. Bc3”] “[symmetrical recapture. } ( { More complex is } 18… fxe4 19. Bh3 (19. Bc3 “symmetrical recapture. } ( { More complex is } 18… fxe4 19. Bh3 (19. Bc3″]”]
[[$5 Qxb3 20. cxd5 exd5 21. Bh3 $44) 19… Rfe8 20. f4 $1 $13 { [%cal Yf4f5] “$5 Qxb3 20. cxd5 exd5 21. Bh3 $44) 19… Rfe8 20. f4 $1 $13 { [%cal Yf4f5]”] “[$5 Qxb3 20. cxd5 exd5 21. Bh3 $44) 19… Rfe8 20. f4 $1 $13 { [%cal Yf4f5] “$5 Qxb3 20. cxd5 exd5 21. Bh3 $44) 19… Rfe8 20. f4 $1 $13 { [%cal Yf4f5]”]”]
[[}) 19. Qc2 Nc5 20. Bc3 Qxb3 21. Qxb3 Nxb3 22. Rb1 Nc5 23. Rxb6 Na4 24. Rxb7 “}) 19. Qc2 Nc5 20. Bc3 Qxb3 21. Qxb3 Nxb3 22. Rb1 Nc5 23. Rxb6 Na4 24. Rxb7”] “[}) 19. Qc2 Nc5 20. Bc3 Qxb3 21. Qxb3 Nxb3 22. Rb1 Nc5 23. Rxb6 Na4 24. Rxb7 “}) 19. Qc2 Nc5 20. Bc3 Qxb3 21. Qxb3 Nxb3 22. Rb1 Nc5 23. Rxb6 Na4 24. Rxb7″]”]
[[Nxc3 { [%csl Gc3,Rg2] A series of natural moves has led to an endgame in “Nxc3 { [%csl Gc3,Rg2] A series of natural moves has led to an endgame in”] “[Nxc3 { [%csl Gc3,Rg2] A series of natural moves has led to an endgame in “Nxc3 { [%csl Gc3,Rg2] A series of natural moves has led to an endgame in”]”]
[[which White must still solve the problem of his passive Bg2. It would seem “which White must still solve the problem of his passive Bg2. It would seem”] “[which White must still solve the problem of his passive Bg2. It would seem “which White must still solve the problem of his passive Bg2. It would seem”]”]
[[that this is simple enough, but in such technical positions Carlsen is “that this is simple enough, but in such technical positions Carlsen is”] “[that this is simple enough, but in such technical positions Carlsen is “that this is simple enough, but in such technical positions Carlsen is”]”]
[[incomparable. } 25. Re7 { Voluntarily exchanges the R on the 7th rank. } ( “incomparable. } 25. Re7 { Voluntarily exchanges the R on the 7th rank. } (“] “[incomparable. } 25. Re7 { Voluntarily exchanges the R on the 7th rank. } ( “incomparable. } 25. Re7 { Voluntarily exchanges the R on the 7th rank. } (“]”]
[[{ A more active way is } 25. f3 $5 { White intends to reanimate his bishop “{ A more active way is } 25. f3 $5 { White intends to reanimate his bishop”] “[{ A more active way is } 25. f3 $5 { White intends to reanimate his bishop “{ A more active way is } 25. f3 $5 { White intends to reanimate his bishop”]”]
[[either on the long diagonal, or by hitting Pe6 from h3 after a pawn swap on “either on the long diagonal, or by hitting Pe6 from h3 after a pawn swap on”] “[either on the long diagonal, or by hitting Pe6 from h3 after a pawn swap on “either on the long diagonal, or by hitting Pe6 from h3 after a pawn swap on”]”]
[[e4. All this should be sufficient to hold the balance. }) 25… Rfe8 26. “e4. All this should be sufficient to hold the balance. }) 25… Rfe8 26.”] “[e4. All this should be sufficient to hold the balance. }) 25… Rfe8 26. “e4. All this should be sufficient to hold the balance. }) 25… Rfe8 26.”]”]
[[Rxe8+ Rxe8 27. Ra1 $6 (27. f3 $1 $132 { still seems preferable. }) 27… “Rxe8+ Rxe8 27. Ra1 $6 (27. f3 $1 $132 { still seems preferable. }) 27…”] “[Rxe8+ Rxe8 27. Ra1 $6 (27. f3 $1 $132 { still seems preferable. }) 27… “Rxe8+ Rxe8 27. Ra1 $6 (27. f3 $1 $132 { still seems preferable. }) 27…”]”]
[[Rd8 28. Bf1 { White must already change plans and start calculating. } (28. “Rd8 28. Bf1 { White must already change plans and start calculating. } (28.”] “[Rd8 28. Bf1 { White must already change plans and start calculating. } (28. “Rd8 28. Bf1 { White must already change plans and start calculating. } (28.”]”]
[[Ra6 $5 Ne2+ 29. Kf1 Nc1 30. Kg1 Rd1+ (30… Rc8 31. Bf1 $132 { and Black’s “Ra6 $5 Ne2+ 29. Kf1 Nc1 30. Kg1 Rd1+ (30… Rc8 31. Bf1 $132 { and Black’s”] “[Ra6 $5 Ne2+ 29. Kf1 Nc1 30. Kg1 Rd1+ (30… Rc8 31. Bf1 $132 { and Black’s “Ra6 $5 Ne2+ 29. Kf1 Nc1 30. Kg1 Rd1+ (30… Rc8 31. Bf1 $132 { and Black’s”]”]
[R “[R is too passive }) 31. Bf1 Nb3 32. Kg2 Nd2 33. Ra8+ Kf7 34. Ra7+ { /\ } “R is too passive }) 31. Bf1 Nb3 32. Kg2 Nd2 33. Ra8+ Kf7 34. Ra7+ { /\ }”]”]
[[34… Kg6 35. Rd7 Rxf1 36. Rxd2 Rc1 37. Rd6 $11) (28. f3 Rd1+ $1 29. Rxd1 “34… Kg6 35. Rd7 Rxf1 36. Rxd2 Rc1 37. Rd6 $11) (28. f3 Rd1+ $1 29. Rxd1”] “[34… Kg6 35. Rd7 Rxf1 36. Rxd2 Rc1 37. Rd6 $11) (28. f3 Rd1+ $1 29. Rxd1 “34… Kg6 35. Rd7 Rxf1 36. Rxd2 Rc1 37. Rd6 $11) (28. f3 Rd1+ $1 29. Rxd1″]”]
[[Nxd1 30. fxe4 Nxe3 $15 31. exf5 $2 Nxg2 32. Kxg2 exf5 33. Kf3 Kf7 34. Ke3 “Nxd1 30. fxe4 Nxe3 $15 31. exf5 $2 Nxg2 32. Kxg2 exf5 33. Kf3 Kf7 34. Ke3”] “[Nxd1 30. fxe4 Nxe3 $15 31. exf5 $2 Nxg2 32. Kxg2 exf5 33. Kf3 Kf7 34. Ke3 “Nxd1 30. fxe4 Nxe3 $15 31. exf5 $2 Nxg2 32. Kxg2 exf5 33. Kf3 Kf7 34. Ke3″]”]
[[c5 $1 35. Kf3 Ke6 36. Kf4 h6 $19) 28… c5 29. Ra3 (29. Ra5 $5) 29… Nb1 “c5 $1 35. Kf3 Ke6 36. Kf4 h6 $19) 28… c5 29. Ra3 (29. Ra5 $5) 29… Nb1”] “[c5 $1 35. Kf3 Ke6 36. Kf4 h6 $19) 28… c5 29. Ra3 (29. Ra5 $5) 29… Nb1 “c5 $1 35. Kf3 Ke6 36. Kf4 h6 $19) 28… c5 29. Ra3 (29. Ra5 $5) 29… Nb1″]”]
[[$5 30. Ra1 (30. Ra5 { or }) (30. Ra6 $142 { seems preferable: } 30… Rd1 “$5 30. Ra1 (30. Ra5 { or }) (30. Ra6 $142 { seems preferable: } 30… Rd1”] “[$5 30. Ra1 (30. Ra5 { or }) (30. Ra6 $142 { seems preferable: } 30… Rd1 “$5 30. Ra1 (30. Ra5 { or }) (30. Ra6 $142 { seems preferable: } 30… Rd1″]”]
[[31. Ra8+ Kf7 32. Ra7+ Kg6 33. Ra1 { and it’s still not clear, how Black “31. Ra8+ Kf7 32. Ra7+ Kg6 33. Ra1 { and it’s still not clear, how Black”] “[31. Ra8+ Kf7 32. Ra7+ Kg6 33. Ra1 { and it’s still not clear, how Black “31. Ra8+ Kf7 32. Ra7+ Kg6 33. Ra1 { and it’s still not clear, how Black”]”]
[[should make progress. } (33. Kg2 Rd2 (33… Nd2 34. Rd7 Rxf1 35. Rxd2 Rc1 “should make progress. } (33. Kg2 Rd2 (33… Nd2 34. Rd7 Rxf1 35. Rxd2 Rc1”] “[should make progress. } (33. Kg2 Rd2 (33… Nd2 34. Rd7 Rxf1 35. Rxd2 Rc1 “should make progress. } (33. Kg2 Rd2 (33… Nd2 34. Rd7 Rxf1 35. Rxd2 Rc1″]”]
[[36. Rd7 Rxc4 37. Re7 $11) 34. Re7 Nc3 35. Kg1 Nd1 36. Rxe6+ Kf7 37. Rd6 “36. Rd7 Rxc4 37. Re7 $11) 34. Re7 Nc3 35. Kg1 Nd1 36. Rxe6+ Kf7 37. Rd6”] “[36. Rd7 Rxc4 37. Re7 $11) 34. Re7 Nc3 35. Kg1 Nd1 36. Rxe6+ Kf7 37. Rd6 “36. Rd7 Rxc4 37. Re7 $11) 34. Re7 Nc3 35. Kg1 Nd1 36. Rxe6+ Kf7 37. Rd6″]”]
[[Rxd6 38. exd6 g6 $11 { /=/+ })) 30… Nd2 $1 31. Be2 $2 ( { This is already “Rxd6 38. exd6 g6 $11 { /=/+ })) 30… Nd2 $1 31. Be2 $2 ( { This is already”] “[Rxd6 38. exd6 g6 $11 { /=/+ })) 30… Nd2 $1 31. Be2 $2 ( { This is already “Rxd6 38. exd6 g6 $11 { /=/+ })) 30… Nd2 $1 31. Be2 $2 ( { This is already”]”]
[[a serious error, more or less necessary was } 31. Kg2 $8 Nf3 32. Ra6 Kf7 “a serious error, more or less necessary was } 31. Kg2 $8 Nf3 32. Ra6 Kf7”] “[a serious error, more or less necessary was } 31. Kg2 $8 Nf3 32. Ra6 Kf7 “a serious error, more or less necessary was } 31. Kg2 $8 Nf3 32. Ra6 Kf7″]”]
[[33. Ra7+ Kf8 34. Rc7 Rd1 35. Rc8+ (35. Rxc5 Nd2 36. Be2 Re1 { [%csl Re2] }) “33. Ra7+ Kf8 34. Rc7 Rd1 35. Rc8+ (35. Rxc5 Nd2 36. Be2 Re1 { [%csl Re2] })”] “[33. Ra7+ Kf8 34. Rc7 Rd1 35. Rc8+ (35. Rxc5 Nd2 36. Be2 Re1 { [%csl Re2] }) “33. Ra7+ Kf8 34. Rc7 Rd1 35. Rc8+ (35. Rxc5 Nd2 36. Be2 Re1 { [%csl Re2] })”]”]
[[35… Kf7 36. Rc7+ Kg6 37. Rc6 $1 $132) 31… Nf3+ 32. Bxf3 (32. Kg2 Nxe5 “35… Kf7 36. Rc7+ Kg6 37. Rc6 $1 $132) 31… Nf3+ 32. Bxf3 (32. Kg2 Nxe5”] “[35… Kf7 36. Rc7+ Kg6 37. Rc6 $1 $132) 31… Nf3+ 32. Bxf3 (32. Kg2 Nxe5 “35… Kf7 36. Rc7+ Kg6 37. Rc6 $1 $132) 31… Nf3+ 32. Bxf3 (32. Kg2 Nxe5″]”]
[[$17 { gives Black a healthy extra pawn. }) 32… exf3 33. h3 h5 $17 { White “$17 { gives Black a healthy extra pawn. }) 32… exf3 33. h3 h5 $17 { White”] “[$17 { gives Black a healthy extra pawn. }) 32… exf3 33. h3 h5 $17 { White “$17 { gives Black a healthy extra pawn. }) 32… exf3 33. h3 h5 $17 { White”]”]
[[had a slightly unpleasant position, some nine moves later he is on the “had a slightly unpleasant position, some nine moves later he is on the”] “[had a slightly unpleasant position, some nine moves later he is on the “had a slightly unpleasant position, some nine moves later he is on the”]”]
[[verge of losing. } 34. g4 (34. Ra6 Rd1+ 35. Kh2 Rf1 36. Rxe6 Rxf2+ 37. Kg1 “verge of losing. } 34. g4 (34. Ra6 Rd1+ 35. Kh2 Rf1 36. Rxe6 Rxf2+ 37. Kg1”] “[verge of losing. } 34. g4 (34. Ra6 Rd1+ 35. Kh2 Rf1 36. Rxe6 Rxf2+ 37. Kg1 “verge of losing. } 34. g4 (34. Ra6 Rd1+ 35. Kh2 Rf1 36. Rxe6 Rxf2+ 37. Kg1″]”]
[[(37. Kh1 $2 Rf1+ 38. Kh2 Rc1) 37… Rg2+ 38. Kf1 Kf7 $17) ( { With the “(37. Kh1 $2 Rf1+ 38. Kh2 Rc1) 37… Rg2+ 38. Kf1 Kf7 $17) ( { With the”] “[(37. Kh1 $2 Rf1+ 38. Kh2 Rc1) 37… Rg2+ 38. Kf1 Kf7 $17) ( { With the “(37. Kh1 $2 Rf1+ 38. Kh2 Rc1) 37… Rg2+ 38. Kf1 Kf7 $17) ( { With the”]”]
[[passive } 34. Ra5 Rd1+ 35. Kh2 Rf1 36. Ra2 (36. Rxc5 Rxf2+ 37. Kg1 Rg2+ 38. “passive } 34. Ra5 Rd1+ 35. Kh2 Rf1 36. Ra2 (36. Rxc5 Rxf2+ 37. Kg1 Rg2+ 38.”] “[passive } 34. Ra5 Rd1+ 35. Kh2 Rf1 36. Ra2 (36. Rxc5 Rxf2+ 37. Kg1 Rg2+ 38. “passive } 34. Ra5 Rd1+ 35. Kh2 Rf1 36. Ra2 (36. Rxc5 Rxf2+ 37. Kg1 Rg2+ 38.”]”]
[[Kf1 Rxg3 $17) { , White pins his hopes to stalemate tricks after } 36… g5 “Kf1 Rxg3 $17) { , White pins his hopes to stalemate tricks after } 36… g5”] “[Kf1 Rxg3 $17) { , White pins his hopes to stalemate tricks after } 36… g5 “Kf1 Rxg3 $17) { , White pins his hopes to stalemate tricks after } 36… g5″]”]
[[(36… Rc1 $5) 37. h4 g4 38. e4 $17 { However, it’s difficult to believe “(36… Rc1 $5) 37. h4 g4 38. e4 $17 { However, it’s difficult to believe”] “[(36… Rc1 $5) 37. h4 g4 38. e4 $17 { However, it’s difficult to believe “(36… Rc1 $5) 37. h4 g4 38. e4 $17 { However, it’s difficult to believe”]”]
[[this would save the game, moreover in time trouble one naturally strives “this would save the game, moreover in time trouble one naturally strives”] “[this would save the game, moreover in time trouble one naturally strives “this would save the game, moreover in time trouble one naturally strives”]”]
[[for activity. }) 34… fxg4 35. hxg4 h4 $1 { [%csl Rg1] } 36. Kh2 (36. g5 “for activity. }) 34… fxg4 35. hxg4 h4 $1 { [%csl Rg1] } 36. Kh2 (36. g5”] “[for activity. }) 34… fxg4 35. hxg4 h4 $1 { [%csl Rg1] } 36. Kh2 (36. g5 “for activity. }) 34… fxg4 35. hxg4 h4 $1 { [%csl Rg1] } 36. Kh2 (36. g5″]”]
[[Kh7 37. Ra6 Rd1+ 38. Kh2 Rf1 39. Rxe6 Rxf2+ 40. Kh3 Rc2 $19) 36… Rd2 37. “Kh7 37. Ra6 Rd1+ 38. Kh2 Rf1 39. Rxe6 Rxf2+ 40. Kh3 Rc2 $19) 36… Rd2 37.”] “[Kh7 37. Ra6 Rd1+ 38. Kh2 Rf1 39. Rxe6 Rxf2+ 40. Kh3 Rc2 $19) 36… Rd2 37. “Kh7 37. Ra6 Rd1+ 38. Kh2 Rf1 39. Rxe6 Rxf2+ 40. Kh3 Rc2 $19) 36… Rd2 37.”]”]
[[Kh3 $6 (37. g5 $1 Rxf2+ 38. Kh3 Kh7 39. Kxh4 Rg2 40. Rf1 $17 { was the last “Kh3 $6 (37. g5 $1 Rxf2+ 38. Kh3 Kh7 39. Kxh4 Rg2 40. Rf1 $17 { was the last”] “[Kh3 $6 (37. g5 $1 Rxf2+ 38. Kh3 Kh7 39. Kxh4 Rg2 40. Rf1 $17 { was the last “Kh3 $6 (37. g5 $1 Rxf2+ 38. Kh3 Kh7 39. Kxh4 Rg2 40. Rf1 $17 { was the last”]”]
[[chance to fight on. Black will have an extra pawn, but converting it still “chance to fight on. Black will have an extra pawn, but converting it still”] “[chance to fight on. Black will have an extra pawn, but converting it still “chance to fight on. Black will have an extra pawn, but converting it still”]”]
[[presents technical problems. }) 37… g5 { Keeps the king boxed in. } 38. “presents technical problems. }) 37… g5 { Keeps the king boxed in. } 38.”] “[presents technical problems. }) 37… g5 { Keeps the king boxed in. } 38. “presents technical problems. }) 37… g5 { Keeps the king boxed in. } 38.”]”]
[[e4 Rd4 $1 (38… Rxf2 $2 39. Ra8+ Kf7 40. Ra7+ Ke8 41. Ra8+ Kd7 42. Ra7+ “e4 Rd4 $1 (38… Rxf2 $2 39. Ra8+ Kf7 40. Ra7+ Ke8 41. Ra8+ Kd7 42. Ra7+”] “[e4 Rd4 $1 (38… Rxf2 $2 39. Ra8+ Kf7 40. Ra7+ Ke8 41. Ra8+ Kd7 42. Ra7+ “e4 Rd4 $1 (38… Rxf2 $2 39. Ra8+ Kf7 40. Ra7+ Ke8 41. Ra8+ Kd7 42. Ra7+”]”]
[[Kc6 43. Ra6+ Kb7 44. Ra7+ $11 { is too obvious, Carlsen easily avoids the “Kc6 43. Ra6+ Kb7 44. Ra7+ $11 { is too obvious, Carlsen easily avoids the”] “[Kc6 43. Ra6+ Kb7 44. Ra7+ $11 { is too obvious, Carlsen easily avoids the “Kc6 43. Ra6+ Kb7 44. Ra7+ $11 { is too obvious, Carlsen easily avoids the”]”]
[[stalemate trap. }) 39. Ra8+ Kf7 40. Ra3 Rxc4 41. Rxf3+ Ke7 42. Re3 Rd4 43. “stalemate trap. }) 39. Ra8+ Kf7 40. Ra3 Rxc4 41. Rxf3+ Ke7 42. Re3 Rd4 43.”] “[stalemate trap. }) 39. Ra8+ Kf7 40. Ra3 Rxc4 41. Rxf3+ Ke7 42. Re3 Rd4 43. “stalemate trap. }) 39. Ra8+ Kf7 40. Ra3 Rxc4 41. Rxf3+ Ke7 42. Re3 Rd4 43.”]”]
[[f3 c4 $19 { [%csl Gc4,Gh4] Material is still equal, but Black’s positional “f3 c4 $19 { [%csl Gc4,Gh4] Material is still equal, but Black’s positional”] “[f3 c4 $19 { [%csl Gc4,Gh4] Material is still equal, but Black’s positional “f3 c4 $19 { [%csl Gc4,Gh4] Material is still equal, but Black’s positional”]”]
[[superiority with 2 strong passed pawns is decisive. } 44. Ra3 ( { After } “superiority with 2 strong passed pawns is decisive. } 44. Ra3 ( { After }”] “[superiority with 2 strong passed pawns is decisive. } 44. Ra3 ( { After } “superiority with 2 strong passed pawns is decisive. } 44. Ra3 ( { After }”]”]
[[44. Rc3 { Black already has a choice: } 44… Kd7 $19 (44… Rd3 $5 45. “44. Rc3 { Black already has a choice: } 44… Kd7 $19 (44… Rd3 $5 45.”] “[44. Rc3 { Black already has a choice: } 44… Kd7 $19 (44… Rd3 $5 45. “44. Rc3 { Black already has a choice: } 44… Kd7 $19 (44… Rd3 $5 45.”]”]
[[Rxc4 Rxf3+ $19)) 44… Rd3 45. Ra7+ Kd8 46. Kg2 c3 47. Ra4 c2 48. Rc4 Rd2+ “Rxc4 Rxf3+ $19)) 44… Rd3 45. Ra7+ Kd8 46. Kg2 c3 47. Ra4 c2 48. Rc4 Rd2+”] “[Rxc4 Rxf3+ $19)) 44… Rd3 45. Ra7+ Kd8 46. Kg2 c3 47. Ra4 c2 48. Rc4 Rd2+ “Rxc4 Rxf3+ $19)) 44… Rd3 45. Ra7+ Kd8 46. Kg2 c3 47. Ra4 c2 48. Rc4 Rd2+”]”]
[[49. Kh3 Kd7 50. Rc5 (50. Rc3 Rf2 $19 { [%cal Rf2f3] }) 50… Rf2 51. f4 “49. Kh3 Kd7 50. Rc5 (50. Rc3 Rf2 $19 { [%cal Rf2f3] }) 50… Rf2 51. f4”] “[49. Kh3 Kd7 50. Rc5 (50. Rc3 Rf2 $19 { [%cal Rf2f3] }) 50… Rf2 51. f4 “49. Kh3 Kd7 50. Rc5 (50. Rc3 Rf2 $19 { [%cal Rf2f3] }) 50… Rf2 51. f4″]”]
[[Rf3+ (51… gxf4 52. g5 f3 53. g6 Rd2 54. g7 f2 $19 { is more forcing, but “Rf3+ (51… gxf4 52. g5 f3 53. g6 Rd2 54. g7 f2 $19 { is more forcing, but”] “[Rf3+ (51… gxf4 52. g5 f3 53. g6 Rd2 54. g7 f2 $19 { is more forcing, but “Rf3+ (51… gxf4 52. g5 f3 53. g6 Rd2 54. g7 f2 $19 { is more forcing, but”]”]
[[has had enough, the endgame after } 52… Rxf4 53. Rxc2 Rxe4 $19 ( { or } “has had enough, the endgame after } 52… Rxf4 53. Rxc2 Rxe4 $19 ( { or }”] “[has had enough, the endgame after } 52… Rxf4 53. Rxc2 Rxe4 $19 ( { or } “has had enough, the endgame after } 52… Rxf4 53. Rxc2 Rxe4 $19 ( { or }”]”]
[[53… Rxg4 $5 $19 { is completely hopeless. })) 0-1 “53… Rxg4 $5 $19 { is completely hopeless. })) 0-1”] “[53… Rxg4 $5 $19 { is completely hopeless. })) 0-1 “53… Rxg4 $5 $19 { is completely hopeless. })) 0-1″]”]
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