Chess Match – Nyback, Tomi vs Carlsen, Magnus- in Tromsoe ol (Men) 41st, Open: D23


Math between Nyback, Tomi and Carlsen, Magnus

Event: Tromsoe ol (Men) 41st

Pgn:


[Event “Tromsoe ol (Men) 41st”]
[Site “Tromsoe”]
[Date “2014.08.03”]
[Round “2.1”]
[White “Nyback, Tomi”]
[Black “Carlsen, Magnus”]
[Result “1/2-1/2”]
[WhiteElo “2594”]
[BlackElo “2877”]
[ECO “D23”]
[Annotator “Marin,M”]
[EventDate “2014.08.02”]
[PlyCount “71”]
[EventType “team-swiss”]
[EventRounds “11”]
[EventCountry “NOR”]
[Source “web”]
[SourceDate “2014.09.17”]
[WhiteTeam “Finland”]
[BlackTeam “Norway”]
[WhiteTeamCountry “FIN”]
[BlackTeamCountry “NOR”]
[[{ I will not hide that I waited with impatience and curiosity for the “{ I will not hide that I waited with impatience and curiosity for the”] “[{ I will not hide that I waited with impatience and curiosity for the “{ I will not hide that I waited with impatience and curiosity for the”]”]
[[moment when Carlsen would step in. Fortunately, the reigning World Champion “moment when Carlsen would step in. Fortunately, the reigning World Champion”] “[moment when Carlsen would step in. Fortunately, the reigning World Champion “moment when Carlsen would step in. Fortunately, the reigning World Champion”]”]
[[does not seem to have lost any single bit of his interest for the game “does not seem to have lost any single bit of his interest for the game”] “[does not seem to have lost any single bit of his interest for the game “does not seem to have lost any single bit of his interest for the game”]”]
[[after reaching unprecedented rating heights and conquering the supreme “after reaching unprecedented rating heights and conquering the supreme”] “[after reaching unprecedented rating heights and conquering the supreme “after reaching unprecedented rating heights and conquering the supreme”]”]
[[title at all the official time rates (classical, rapid and blitz). “title at all the official time rates (classical, rapid and blitz).”] “[title at all the official time rates (classical, rapid and blitz). “title at all the official time rates (classical, rapid and blitz).”]”]
[Maintaining “[Maintaining the flame of enthusiasm alive when there is no higher level to “Maintaining the flame of enthusiasm alive when there is no higher level to”]”]
[[aim at is a task not many World Champions have dealt with sucessfully. “aim at is a task not many World Champions have dealt with sucessfully.”] “[aim at is a task not many World Champions have dealt with sucessfully. “aim at is a task not many World Champions have dealt with sucessfully.”]”]
[[Anyway, since his presence in the team surely makes a big difference, “Anyway, since his presence in the team surely makes a big difference,”] “[Anyway, since his presence in the team surely makes a big difference, “Anyway, since his presence in the team surely makes a big difference,”]”]
[Carlsen “[Carlsen has played the Slav in the past, but it is by far not his main “Carlsen has played the Slav in the past, but it is by far not his main”]”]
[[1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nf3 Nf6 { An interesting choice of the opening. “1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nf3 Nf6 { An interesting choice of the opening.”] “[1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nf3 Nf6 { An interesting choice of the opening. “1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nf3 Nf6 { An interesting choice of the opening.”]”]
[[weapon. The puzzling thing is that in a game where the big rating “weapon. The puzzling thing is that in a game where the big rating”] “[weapon. The puzzling thing is that in a game where the big rating “weapon. The puzzling thing is that in a game where the big rating”]”]
[[difference strongly required him to play for a win, he exposes himself to a “difference strongly required him to play for a win, he exposes himself to a”] “[difference strongly required him to play for a win, he exposes himself to a “difference strongly required him to play for a win, he exposes himself to a”]”]
[[transposition to the symmetrical structure resulting after 4.cxd5 cxd5. The “transposition to the symmetrical structure resulting after 4.cxd5 cxd5. The”] “[transposition to the symmetrical structure resulting after 4.cxd5 cxd5. The “transposition to the symmetrical structure resulting after 4.cxd5 cxd5. The”]”]
[Exchange “[Exchange Variation is not as dull as it seems and players like Botvinnik or “Exchange Variation is not as dull as it seems and players like Botvinnik or”]”]
[Portisch “[Portisch have made good use of it with white, but Black has his reasons for “Portisch have made good use of it with white, but Black has his reasons for”]”]
[[being content, too. Objectively, he should be close to equalising, which “being content, too. Objectively, he should be close to equalising, which”] “[being content, too. Objectively, he should be close to equalising, which “being content, too. Objectively, he should be close to equalising, which”]”]
[[actually is just one preliminary step on the way towards taking over the “actually is just one preliminary step on the way towards taking over the”] “[actually is just one preliminary step on the way towards taking over the “actually is just one preliminary step on the way towards taking over the”]”]
[[initiative. } 4. Qc2 { (!) Played almost without hesitation. I assume that “initiative. } 4. Qc2 { (!) Played almost without hesitation. I assume that”] “[initiative. } 4. Qc2 { (!) Played almost without hesitation. I assume that “initiative. } 4. Qc2 { (!) Played almost without hesitation. I assume that”]”]
[Tomi “[Tomi was not really bothered by the idea of a draw (although I may be “Tomi was not really bothered by the idea of a draw (although I may be”]”]
[[wrong), but even though the exchange variation makes up part of his “wrong), but even though the exchange variation makes up part of his”] “[wrong), but even though the exchange variation makes up part of his “wrong), but even though the exchange variation makes up part of his”]”]
[[repertoire, he does not show himself ready for such early relasing of the “repertoire, he does not show himself ready for such early relasing of the”] “[repertoire, he does not show himself ready for such early relasing of the “repertoire, he does not show himself ready for such early relasing of the”]”]
[[tension. } 4… dxc4 5. Qxc4 Bg4 { This has always been a reasonable “tension. } 4… dxc4 5. Qxc4 Bg4 { This has always been a reasonable”] “[tension. } 4… dxc4 5. Qxc4 Bg4 { This has always been a reasonable “tension. } 4… dxc4 5. Qxc4 Bg4 { This has always been a reasonable”]”]
[[alternative to 5…Bf5. Now, it seems to be acquiring some higher “alternative to 5…Bf5. Now, it seems to be acquiring some higher”] “[alternative to 5…Bf5. Now, it seems to be acquiring some higher “alternative to 5…Bf5. Now, it seems to be acquiring some higher”]”]
[[popularity. } ( { For quite a few years, the main theoretical disputes took “popularity. } ( { For quite a few years, the main theoretical disputes took”] “[popularity. } ( { For quite a few years, the main theoretical disputes took “popularity. } ( { For quite a few years, the main theoretical disputes took”]”]
[[place in the variation } 5… Bf5 6. g3 e6 7. Bg2 Nbd7 8. O-O Be7 9. Nc3 “place in the variation } 5… Bf5 6. g3 e6 7. Bg2 Nbd7 8. O-O Be7 9. Nc3”] “[place in the variation } 5… Bf5 6. g3 e6 7. Bg2 Nbd7 8. O-O Be7 9. Nc3 “place in the variation } 5… Bf5 6. g3 e6 7. Bg2 Nbd7 8. O-O Be7 9. Nc3″]”]
[[O-O 10. Re1 Ne4 11. Qb3 Qb6 12. Nh4 { as, for instance, in Mamedyarov,S “O-O 10. Re1 Ne4 11. Qb3 Qb6 12. Nh4 { as, for instance, in Mamedyarov,S”] “[O-O 10. Re1 Ne4 11. Qb3 Qb6 12. Nh4 { as, for instance, in Mamedyarov,S “O-O 10. Re1 Ne4 11. Qb3 Qb6 12. Nh4 { as, for instance, in Mamedyarov,S”]”]
[[(2729)-Wang,Y (2685) Istanbul 2012 CBM 151 [Ftacnik,L] (1-0, 39) }) 6. Nc3 “(2729)-Wang,Y (2685) Istanbul 2012 CBM 151 [Ftacnik,L] (1-0, 39) }) 6. Nc3”] “[(2729)-Wang,Y (2685) Istanbul 2012 CBM 151 [Ftacnik,L] (1-0, 39) }) 6. Nc3 “(2729)-Wang,Y (2685) Istanbul 2012 CBM 151 [Ftacnik,L] (1-0, 39) }) 6. Nc3″]”]
[[{ The most active continuation. } (6. Nbd2 { avoids getting the doubled “{ The most active continuation. } (6. Nbd2 { avoids getting the doubled”] “[{ The most active continuation. } (6. Nbd2 { avoids getting the doubled “{ The most active continuation. } (6. Nbd2 { avoids getting the doubled”]”]
[[pawns and keeps the possibility of developing the bishop by fianchetto, but “pawns and keeps the possibility of developing the bishop by fianchetto, but”] “[pawns and keeps the possibility of developing the bishop by fianchetto, but “pawns and keeps the possibility of developing the bishop by fianchetto, but”]”]
[[the knight is not too active on d2. } 6… Nbd7 7. g3 e6 8. Bg2 Be7 9. Ne5 “the knight is not too active on d2. } 6… Nbd7 7. g3 e6 8. Bg2 Be7 9. Ne5”] “[the knight is not too active on d2. } 6… Nbd7 7. g3 e6 8. Bg2 Be7 9. Ne5 “the knight is not too active on d2. } 6… Nbd7 7. g3 e6 8. Bg2 Be7 9. Ne5″]”]
[[Bh5 10. Nxd7 Nxd7 11. O-O O-O 12. Nb3 a5 13. a4 Bb4 14. e4 e5 $132 { “Bh5 10. Nxd7 Nxd7 11. O-O O-O 12. Nb3 a5 13. a4 Bb4 14. e4 e5 $132 {“] “[Bh5 10. Nxd7 Nxd7 11. O-O O-O 12. Nb3 a5 13. a4 Bb4 14. e4 e5 $132 { “Bh5 10. Nxd7 Nxd7 11. O-O O-O 12. Nb3 a5 13. a4 Bb4 14. e4 e5 $132 {“]”]
[[Mamedyarov,S (2757)-Anand,V (2770) Khanty-Mansiysk 2014 CBM 160 “Mamedyarov,S (2757)-Anand,V (2770) Khanty-Mansiysk 2014 CBM 160”] “[Mamedyarov,S (2757)-Anand,V (2770) Khanty-Mansiysk 2014 CBM 160 “Mamedyarov,S (2757)-Anand,V (2770) Khanty-Mansiysk 2014 CBM 160″]”]
[[[Krasenkow,M] (0-1, 31) }) (6. Ne5 { only apparently gains time. } 6… Be6 “[Krasenkow,M] (0-1, 31) }) (6. Ne5 { only apparently gains time. } 6… Be6”] “[[Krasenkow,M] (0-1, 31) }) (6. Ne5 { only apparently gains time. } 6… Be6 “[Krasenkow,M] (0-1, 31) }) (6. Ne5 { only apparently gains time. } 6… Be6″]”]
[[7. Qd3 Nbd7 8. Nxd7 ( { This speeds up Black’s development, but } 8. Nf3 “7. Qd3 Nbd7 8. Nxd7 ( { This speeds up Black’s development, but } 8. Nf3”] “[7. Qd3 Nbd7 8. Nxd7 ( { This speeds up Black’s development, but } 8. Nf3 “7. Qd3 Nbd7 8. Nxd7 ( { This speeds up Black’s development, but } 8. Nf3″]”]
[[Bg4 9. Nc3 e6 { transposes below. }) 8… Qxd7 9. e4 Rd8 10. Be3 Ng4 11. “Bg4 9. Nc3 e6 { transposes below. }) 8… Qxd7 9. e4 Rd8 10. Be3 Ng4 11.”] “[Bg4 9. Nc3 e6 { transposes below. }) 8… Qxd7 9. e4 Rd8 10. Be3 Ng4 11. “Bg4 9. Nc3 e6 { transposes below. }) 8… Qxd7 9. e4 Rd8 10. Be3 Ng4 11.”]”]
[[Nc3 Nxe3 12. fxe3 { Black should have no problems at all, to say the least. “Nc3 Nxe3 12. fxe3 { Black should have no problems at all, to say the least.”] “[Nc3 Nxe3 12. fxe3 { Black should have no problems at all, to say the least. “Nc3 Nxe3 12. fxe3 { Black should have no problems at all, to say the least.”]”]
[[White’s centre lacks dynamism, while the dark-squared bishop could become “White’s centre lacks dynamism, while the dark-squared bishop could become”] “[White’s centre lacks dynamism, while the dark-squared bishop could become “White’s centre lacks dynamism, while the dark-squared bishop could become”]”]
[[very threatening. } 12… Bg4 (12… Qc7 13. Be2 g6 14. O-O Bg7 { “very threatening. } 12… Bg4 (12… Qc7 13. Be2 g6 14. O-O Bg7 {“] “[very threatening. } 12… Bg4 (12… Qc7 13. Be2 g6 14. O-O Bg7 { “very threatening. } 12… Bg4 (12… Qc7 13. Be2 g6 14. O-O Bg7 {“]”]
[[Schandorff,L (2563)-Nielsen,P (2625) Horsens 2003 CBM 095 [Huzman] “Schandorff,L (2563)-Nielsen,P (2625) Horsens 2003 CBM 095 [Huzman]”] “[Schandorff,L (2563)-Nielsen,P (2625) Horsens 2003 CBM 095 [Huzman] “Schandorff,L (2563)-Nielsen,P (2625) Horsens 2003 CBM 095 [Huzman]”]”]
[[(1/2-1/2, 25) }) 13. Be2 e5 14. O-O-O Bb4 15. Bf3 O-O 16. h3 Be6 $15 { “(1/2-1/2, 25) }) 13. Be2 e5 14. O-O-O Bb4 15. Bf3 O-O 16. h3 Be6 $15 {“] “[(1/2-1/2, 25) }) 13. Be2 e5 14. O-O-O Bb4 15. Bf3 O-O 16. h3 Be6 $15 { “(1/2-1/2, 25) }) 13. Be2 e5 14. O-O-O Bb4 15. Bf3 O-O 16. h3 Be6 $15 {“]”]
[[Nenezic,M (2393) -Solak,D (2592) Kragujevac 2013 (1/2-1/2, 72) }) 6… Nbd7 “Nenezic,M (2393) -Solak,D (2592) Kragujevac 2013 (1/2-1/2, 72) }) 6… Nbd7”] “[Nenezic,M (2393) -Solak,D (2592) Kragujevac 2013 (1/2-1/2, 72) }) 6… Nbd7 “Nenezic,M (2393) -Solak,D (2592) Kragujevac 2013 (1/2-1/2, 72) }) 6… Nbd7″]”]
[[( { If Black wishes to exchange on f3, he could do it now since after } “( { If Black wishes to exchange on f3, he could do it now since after }”] “[( { If Black wishes to exchange on f3, he could do it now since after } “( { If Black wishes to exchange on f3, he could do it now since after }”]”]
[[6… Bxf3 7. gxf3 Nbd7 { there is no obvious way of avoiding a “6… Bxf3 7. gxf3 Nbd7 { there is no obvious way of avoiding a”] “[6… Bxf3 7. gxf3 Nbd7 { there is no obvious way of avoiding a “6… Bxf3 7. gxf3 Nbd7 { there is no obvious way of avoiding a”]”]
[[transposition below with 8.e4. For instance: } 8. f4 e6 9. Bd2 Rc8 10. Bg2 “transposition below with 8.e4. For instance: } 8. f4 e6 9. Bd2 Rc8 10. Bg2”] “[transposition below with 8.e4. For instance: } 8. f4 e6 9. Bd2 Rc8 10. Bg2 “transposition below with 8.e4. For instance: } 8. f4 e6 9. Bd2 Rc8 10. Bg2″]”]
[[Be7 { and Black is doing OK, Mandiza,F (2406)-Black, J (2201) Wheeling 2012 “Be7 { and Black is doing OK, Mandiza,F (2406)-Black, J (2201) Wheeling 2012”] “[Be7 { and Black is doing OK, Mandiza,F (2406)-Black, J (2201) Wheeling 2012 “Be7 { and Black is doing OK, Mandiza,F (2406)-Black, J (2201) Wheeling 2012″]”]
[[(0-1, 32) }) 7. e4 ( { In view of the previous comment, } 7. Qd3 { is more “(0-1, 32) }) 7. e4 ( { In view of the previous comment, } 7. Qd3 { is more”] “[(0-1, 32) }) 7. e4 ( { In view of the previous comment, } 7. Qd3 { is more “(0-1, 32) }) 7. e4 ( { In view of the previous comment, } 7. Qd3 { is more”]”]
[[relevant for the move order starting with 6.Ne5 above. } 7… e6 8. e4 ( { “relevant for the move order starting with 6.Ne5 above. } 7… e6 8. e4 ( {“] “[relevant for the move order starting with 6.Ne5 above. } 7… e6 8. e4 ( { “relevant for the move order starting with 6.Ne5 above. } 7… e6 8. e4 ( {“]”]
[If “[If } 30… Nd8 31. a4 { threatening a4-a5, Black would soon be in zugzwang. “If } 30… Nd8 31. a4 { threatening a4-a5, Black would soon be in zugzwang.”]”]
[[advantage that the f3-knight is hanging. } 9. Qe3 Bxf3 10. exf3 Ncd7 11. “advantage that the f3-knight is hanging. } 9. Qe3 Bxf3 10. exf3 Ncd7 11.”] “[advantage that the f3-knight is hanging. } 9. Qe3 Bxf3 10. exf3 Ncd7 11. “advantage that the f3-knight is hanging. } 9. Qe3 Bxf3 10. exf3 Ncd7 11.”]”]
[[Bg2 Be7 { The control over the d5-square ensures Black simple play, Borg,A “Bg2 Be7 { The control over the d5-square ensures Black simple play, Borg,A”] “[Bg2 Be7 { The control over the d5-square ensures Black simple play, Borg,A “Bg2 Be7 { The control over the d5-square ensures Black simple play, Borg,A”]”]
[[(2151)-Atalik,E (2399) Antalya 2006 (0-1, 63) }) 8… c5 $5 { The latest “(2151)-Atalik,E (2399) Antalya 2006 (0-1, 63) }) 8… c5 $5 { The latest”] “[(2151)-Atalik,E (2399) Antalya 2006 (0-1, 63) }) 8… c5 $5 { The latest “(2151)-Atalik,E (2399) Antalya 2006 (0-1, 63) }) 8… c5 $5 { The latest”]”]
[[trend. } 9. d5 { This yields Black easy play. } ( { The critical “trend. } 9. d5 { This yields Black easy play. } ( { The critical”] “[trend. } 9. d5 { This yields Black easy play. } ( { The critical “trend. } 9. d5 { This yields Black easy play. } ( { The critical”]”]
[[continuation is } 9. e5 Nd5 10. Nxd5 exd5 11. Be2 c4 12. Qc2 $13 { with “continuation is } 9. e5 Nd5 10. Nxd5 exd5 11. Be2 c4 12. Qc2 $13 { with”] “[continuation is } 9. e5 Nd5 10. Nxd5 exd5 11. Be2 c4 12. Qc2 $13 { with “continuation is } 9. e5 Nd5 10. Nxd5 exd5 11. Be2 c4 12. Qc2 $13 { with”]”]
[[mutual attacks on the wings. }) 9… exd5 10. exd5 Bd6 11. Be2 $6 { This “mutual attacks on the wings. }) 9… exd5 10. exd5 Bd6 11. Be2 $6 { This”] “[mutual attacks on the wings. }) 9… exd5 10. exd5 Bd6 11. Be2 $6 { This “mutual attacks on the wings. }) 9… exd5 10. exd5 Bd6 11. Be2 $6 { This”]”]
[[allows Black to consolidate. } (11. Qe3+ Qe7 12. Qxe7+ { would have caused “allows Black to consolidate. } (11. Qe3+ Qe7 12. Qxe7+ { would have caused”] “[allows Black to consolidate. } (11. Qe3+ Qe7 12. Qxe7+ { would have caused “allows Black to consolidate. } (11. Qe3+ Qe7 12. Qxe7+ { would have caused”]”]
[[some delay in Black’s regrouping. The bishop should stay on d6 to prevent “some delay in Black’s regrouping. The bishop should stay on d6 to prevent”] “[some delay in Black’s regrouping. The bishop should stay on d6 to prevent “some delay in Black’s regrouping. The bishop should stay on d6 to prevent”]”]
[[Bf4, so the natural line goes } 12… Kxe7 13. Be2 Rhe8 14. O-O Ne5 15. Re1 “Bf4, so the natural line goes } 12… Kxe7 13. Be2 Rhe8 14. O-O Ne5 15. Re1”] “[Bf4, so the natural line goes } 12… Kxe7 13. Be2 Rhe8 14. O-O Ne5 15. Re1 “Bf4, so the natural line goes } 12… Kxe7 13. Be2 Rhe8 14. O-O Ne5 15. Re1″]”]
[[Kf8 16. Nb5 $13) 11… O-O 12. O-O ( { With the queen exposed on d3, rather “Kf8 16. Nb5 $13) 11… O-O 12. O-O ( { With the queen exposed on d3, rather”] “[Kf8 16. Nb5 $13) 11… O-O 12. O-O ( { With the queen exposed on d3, rather “Kf8 16. Nb5 $13) 11… O-O 12. O-O ( { With the queen exposed on d3, rather”]”]
[[than exchanged on e7, and the king in the centre, } 12. Nb5 { runs into } “than exchanged on e7, and the king in the centre, } 12. Nb5 { runs into }”] “[than exchanged on e7, and the king in the centre, } 12. Nb5 { runs into } “than exchanged on e7, and the king in the centre, } 12. Nb5 { runs into }”]”]
[[12… Ne5 $17) 12… a6 13. a4 Re8 14. Be3 Qc7 15. h3 Bh5 16. Rfe1 Rad8 $15 “12… Ne5 $17) 12… a6 13. a4 Re8 14. Be3 Qc7 15. h3 Bh5 16. Rfe1 Rad8 $15”] “[12… Ne5 $17) 12… a6 13. a4 Re8 14. Be3 Qc7 15. h3 Bh5 16. Rfe1 Rad8 $15 “12… Ne5 $17) 12… a6 13. a4 Re8 14. Be3 Qc7 15. h3 Bh5 16. Rfe1 Rad8 $15″]”]
[[{ Thejkumar,M (2452)-Sasikiran,K (2666) Jalgaon 2013 (1/2-1/2, 52). White “{ Thejkumar,M (2452)-Sasikiran,K (2666) Jalgaon 2013 (1/2-1/2, 52). White”] “[{ Thejkumar,M (2452)-Sasikiran,K (2666) Jalgaon 2013 (1/2-1/2, 52). White “{ Thejkumar,M (2452)-Sasikiran,K (2666) Jalgaon 2013 (1/2-1/2, 52). White”]”]
[[does not have active plans and the d5-pawn is more of a weakness than “does not have active plans and the d5-pawn is more of a weakness than”] “[does not have active plans and the d5-pawn is more of a weakness than “does not have active plans and the d5-pawn is more of a weakness than”]”]
[[strength. }) 7… e5 $5 { Quite typical for Carlsen. He takes the game into “strength. }) 7… e5 $5 { Quite typical for Carlsen. He takes the game into”] “[strength. }) 7… e5 $5 { Quite typical for Carlsen. He takes the game into “strength. }) 7… e5 $5 { Quite typical for Carlsen. He takes the game into”]”]
[[almost unexplored territory as soon as on move seven! He had been doing “almost unexplored territory as soon as on move seven! He had been doing”] “[almost unexplored territory as soon as on move seven! He had been doing “almost unexplored territory as soon as on move seven! He had been doing”]”]
[[that during the match against Anand quite a lot, depriving the then “that during the match against Anand quite a lot, depriving the then”] “[that during the match against Anand quite a lot, depriving the then “that during the match against Anand quite a lot, depriving the then”]”]
[[reigning champion of the opportunity to display his massive preparation. By “reigning champion of the opportunity to display his massive preparation. By”] “[reigning champion of the opportunity to display his massive preparation. By “reigning champion of the opportunity to display his massive preparation. By”]”]
[[breaking the centre without previously taking on f3, Black aims for higher “breaking the centre without previously taking on f3, Black aims for higher”] “[breaking the centre without previously taking on f3, Black aims for higher “breaking the centre without previously taking on f3, Black aims for higher”]”]
[[flexibility. } (7… Bxf3 { is played almost unanimously, with 7…e6 a “flexibility. } (7… Bxf3 { is played almost unanimously, with 7…e6 a”] “[flexibility. } (7… Bxf3 { is played almost unanimously, with 7…e6 a “flexibility. } (7… Bxf3 { is played almost unanimously, with 7…e6 a”]”]
[[minor alternative. } 8. gxf3 e5 9. Be3 { The main question is whether White “minor alternative. } 8. gxf3 e5 9. Be3 { The main question is whether White”] “[minor alternative. } 8. gxf3 e5 9. Be3 { The main question is whether White “minor alternative. } 8. gxf3 e5 9. Be3 { The main question is whether White”]”]
[[can put his central pawns into motion or, on the contrary, Black will be “can put his central pawns into motion or, on the contrary, Black will be”] “[can put his central pawns into motion or, on the contrary, Black will be “can put his central pawns into motion or, on the contrary, Black will be”]”]
[[able to keep the blockade on f4. } 9… exd4 ( { Black should not delay “able to keep the blockade on f4. } 9… exd4 ( { Black should not delay”] “[able to keep the blockade on f4. } 9… exd4 ( { Black should not delay “able to keep the blockade on f4. } 9… exd4 ( { Black should not delay”]”]
[[this exchange too much. } 9… Bd6 10. O-O-O Qe7 { Zhou,W (2616) -Robson,R “this exchange too much. } 9… Bd6 10. O-O-O Qe7 { Zhou,W (2616) -Robson,R”] “[this exchange too much. } 9… Bd6 10. O-O-O Qe7 { Zhou,W (2616) -Robson,R “this exchange too much. } 9… Bd6 10. O-O-O Qe7 { Zhou,W (2616) -Robson,R”]”]
[[(2628) Ningbo 2013 (0-1, 57) } 11. Ne2 $1 { [%csl Rf5][%cal Ge5d4, “(2628) Ningbo 2013 (0-1, 57) } 11. Ne2 $1 { [%csl Rf5][%cal Ge5d4,”] “[(2628) Ningbo 2013 (0-1, 57) } 11. Ne2 $1 { [%csl Rf5][%cal Ge5d4, “(2628) Ningbo 2013 (0-1, 57) } 11. Ne2 $1 { [%csl Rf5][%cal Ge5d4,”]”]
[[Ge2d4,Ye2g3] }) 10. Bxd4 Bd6 11. O-O-O Qe7 ( { An attempt to improve over } “Ge2d4,Ye2g3] }) 10. Bxd4 Bd6 11. O-O-O Qe7 ( { An attempt to improve over }”] “[Ge2d4,Ye2g3] }) 10. Bxd4 Bd6 11. O-O-O Qe7 ( { An attempt to improve over } “Ge2d4,Ye2g3] }) 10. Bxd4 Bd6 11. O-O-O Qe7 ( { An attempt to improve over }”]”]
[[11… Qc7 12. Ne2 O-O 13. Qc2 Rfe8 14. h4 { Mamedyarov,S (2746)-Inarkiev,E “11… Qc7 12. Ne2 O-O 13. Qc2 Rfe8 14. h4 { Mamedyarov,S (2746)-Inarkiev,E”] “[11… Qc7 12. Ne2 O-O 13. Qc2 Rfe8 14. h4 { Mamedyarov,S (2746)-Inarkiev,E “11… Qc7 12. Ne2 O-O 13. Qc2 Rfe8 14. h4 { Mamedyarov,S (2746)-Inarkiev,E”]”]
[[(2692) Rogaska Slatina 2011 CBM 145 [Krasenkow] (1-0, 54) which also “(2692) Rogaska Slatina 2011 CBM 145 [Krasenkow] (1-0, 54) which also”] “[(2692) Rogaska Slatina 2011 CBM 145 [Krasenkow] (1-0, 54) which also “(2692) Rogaska Slatina 2011 CBM 145 [Krasenkow] (1-0, 54) which also”]”]
[[contains a comprehensive survey of the position after 7…Bxf3 8.gxf3 e5. } “contains a comprehensive survey of the position after 7…Bxf3 8.gxf3 e5. }”] “[contains a comprehensive survey of the position after 7…Bxf3 8.gxf3 e5. } “contains a comprehensive survey of the position after 7…Bxf3 8.gxf3 e5. }”]”]
[[) 12. Qb3 Nc5 13. Qc2 Bf4+ 14. Be3 Bxe3+ 15. fxe3 { White has improved his “) 12. Qb3 Nc5 13. Qc2 Bf4+ 14. Be3 Bxe3+ 15. fxe3 { White has improved his”] “[) 12. Qb3 Nc5 13. Qc2 Bf4+ 14. Be3 Bxe3+ 15. fxe3 { White has improved his “) 12. Qb3 Nc5 13. Qc2 Bf4+ 14. Be3 Bxe3+ 15. fxe3 { White has improved his”]”]
[[structure, but the next exchanges will reduce the importance of his space “structure, but the next exchanges will reduce the importance of his space”] “[structure, but the next exchanges will reduce the importance of his space “structure, but the next exchanges will reduce the importance of his space”]”]
[[advantage. } 15… O-O 16. Bg2 Rad8 17. Kb1 Rxd1+ 18. Rxd1 Rd8 19. Rxd8+ “advantage. } 15… O-O 16. Bg2 Rad8 17. Kb1 Rxd1+ 18. Rxd1 Rd8 19. Rxd8+”] “[advantage. } 15… O-O 16. Bg2 Rad8 17. Kb1 Rxd1+ 18. Rxd1 Rd8 19. Rxd8+ “advantage. } 15… O-O 16. Bg2 Rad8 17. Kb1 Rxd1+ 18. Rxd1 Rd8 19. Rxd8+”]”]
[[Qxd8 20. e5 Nfd7 21. Qd2 $6 (21. f4 Qh4 22. Bf3 Qe1+ 23. Nd1 $13) 21… Qh4 “Qxd8 20. e5 Nfd7 21. Qd2 $6 (21. f4 Qh4 22. Bf3 Qe1+ 23. Nd1 $13) 21… Qh4”] “[Qxd8 20. e5 Nfd7 21. Qd2 $6 (21. f4 Qh4 22. Bf3 Qe1+ 23. Nd1 $13) 21… Qh4 “Qxd8 20. e5 Nfd7 21. Qd2 $6 (21. f4 Qh4 22. Bf3 Qe1+ 23. Nd1 $13) 21… Qh4″]”]
[[$36 { Reinderman,D (2604)-Van Wely,L (2657) Amsterdam 2014 (0-1, 39) }) 8. “$36 { Reinderman,D (2604)-Van Wely,L (2657) Amsterdam 2014 (0-1, 39) }) 8.”] “[$36 { Reinderman,D (2604)-Van Wely,L (2657) Amsterdam 2014 (0-1, 39) }) 8. “$36 { Reinderman,D (2604)-Van Wely,L (2657) Amsterdam 2014 (0-1, 39) }) 8.”]”]
[[Nxe5 (8. dxe5 Bxf3 9. gxf3 Nxe5 { transposes back into a line considered to “Nxe5 (8. dxe5 Bxf3 9. gxf3 Nxe5 { transposes back into a line considered to”] “[Nxe5 (8. dxe5 Bxf3 9. gxf3 Nxe5 { transposes back into a line considered to “Nxe5 (8. dxe5 Bxf3 9. gxf3 Nxe5 { transposes back into a line considered to”]”]
[[be OK for Black, for instance } 10. Qe2 Bc5 11. Rg1 Qb6 12. Rg5 Ng6 13. Bd2 “be OK for Black, for instance } 10. Qe2 Bc5 11. Rg1 Qb6 12. Rg5 Ng6 13. Bd2”] “[be OK for Black, for instance } 10. Qe2 Bc5 11. Rg1 Qb6 12. Rg5 Ng6 13. Bd2 “be OK for Black, for instance } 10. Qe2 Bc5 11. Rg1 Qb6 12. Rg5 Ng6 13. Bd2″]”]
[[Rd8 { Krasenkow,M (2620)-Harikrishna,P (2673) Nancy 2009 (0-1, 53) }) ( { “Rd8 { Krasenkow,M (2620)-Harikrishna,P (2673) Nancy 2009 (0-1, 53) }) ( {“] “[Rd8 { Krasenkow,M (2620)-Harikrishna,P (2673) Nancy 2009 (0-1, 53) }) ( { “Rd8 { Krasenkow,M (2620)-Harikrishna,P (2673) Nancy 2009 (0-1, 53) }) ( {“]”]
[Or “[Or if } 8. Be3 Bd6 9. O-O-O O-O { Griffiths,R (2362)-Van Kampen,R (2565) “Or if } 8. Be3 Bd6 9. O-O-O O-O { Griffiths,R (2362)-Van Kampen,R (2565)”]”]
[Athens “[Athens 2012 (0-1, 27). The e4-pawn is hanging with respect to the game “Athens 2012 (0-1, 27). The e4-pawn is hanging with respect to the game”]”]
[[Zhou,W (2616)-Robson,R (2628) above, preventing Ne2. In this line, delaying “Zhou,W (2616)-Robson,R (2628) above, preventing Ne2. In this line, delaying”] “[Zhou,W (2616)-Robson,R (2628) above, preventing Ne2. In this line, delaying “Zhou,W (2616)-Robson,R (2628) above, preventing Ne2. In this line, delaying”]”]
[[…Bxf3 is good for Black. }) 8… Nxe5 9. dxe5 Be6 10. Qd3 $146 { Usually, “…Bxf3 is good for Black. }) 8… Nxe5 9. dxe5 Be6 10. Qd3 $146 { Usually,”] “[…Bxf3 is good for Black. }) 8… Nxe5 9. dxe5 Be6 10. Qd3 $146 { Usually, “…Bxf3 is good for Black. }) 8… Nxe5 9. dxe5 Be6 10. Qd3 $146 { Usually,”]”]
[[a queenside majority is more useful in the middlegame than in the endgame. “a queenside majority is more useful in the middlegame than in the endgame.”] “[a queenside majority is more useful in the middlegame than in the endgame. “a queenside majority is more useful in the middlegame than in the endgame.”]”]
[This “[This is what Steinitz said and what has been proven in many games. But in “This is what Steinitz said and what has been proven in many games. But in”]”]
[[this concrete position it seems that White loses too much time if he wants “this concrete position it seems that White loses too much time if he wants”] “[this concrete position it seems that White loses too much time if he wants “this concrete position it seems that White loses too much time if he wants”]”]
[[to keep queens on board. besides, he would also neglect the fight for the “to keep queens on board. besides, he would also neglect the fight for the”] “[to keep queens on board. besides, he would also neglect the fight for the “to keep queens on board. besides, he would also neglect the fight for the”]”]
[[d-file. } (10. Qa4 Ng4 11. Be2 ( { With queens on the board, White cannot “d-file. } (10. Qa4 Ng4 11. Be2 ( { With queens on the board, White cannot”] “[d-file. } (10. Qa4 Ng4 11. Be2 ( { With queens on the board, White cannot “d-file. } (10. Qa4 Ng4 11. Be2 ( { With queens on the board, White cannot”]”]
[[play in the same way as in the game: } 11. Bf4 $2 Bc5 12. Bg3 Nxf2 13. Bxf2 “play in the same way as in the game: } 11. Bf4 $2 Bc5 12. Bg3 Nxf2 13. Bxf2”] “[play in the same way as in the game: } 11. Bf4 $2 Bc5 12. Bg3 Nxf2 13. Bxf2 “play in the same way as in the game: } 11. Bf4 $2 Bc5 12. Bg3 Nxf2 13. Bxf2″]”]
[[Bxf2+ 14. Kxf2 Qb6+ 15. Ke1 Qxb2 $19 { [%csl Ga1,Gc3] }) 11… Nxe5 12. O-O “Bxf2+ 14. Kxf2 Qb6+ 15. Ke1 Qxb2 $19 { [%csl Ga1,Gc3] }) 11… Nxe5 12. O-O”] “[Bxf2+ 14. Kxf2 Qb6+ 15. Ke1 Qxb2 $19 { [%csl Ga1,Gc3] }) 11… Nxe5 12. O-O “Bxf2+ 14. Kxf2 Qb6+ 15. Ke1 Qxb2 $19 { [%csl Ga1,Gc3] }) 11… Nxe5 12. O-O”]”]
[[Bc5 13. Qc2 Qe7 14. Bf4 { Grigoryan,K (2473)-Grover,S (2514) Kocaeli 2011 “Bc5 13. Qc2 Qe7 14. Bf4 { Grigoryan,K (2473)-Grover,S (2514) Kocaeli 2011”] “[Bc5 13. Qc2 Qe7 14. Bf4 { Grigoryan,K (2473)-Grover,S (2514) Kocaeli 2011 “Bc5 13. Qc2 Qe7 14. Bf4 { Grigoryan,K (2473)-Grover,S (2514) Kocaeli 2011″]”]
[[(1-0, 41) } 14… Ng6 15. Bg3 O-O 16. Rad1 Rad8 17. Kh1 Rxd1 18. Rxd1 f5 “(1-0, 41) } 14… Ng6 15. Bg3 O-O 16. Rad1 Rad8 17. Kh1 Rxd1 18. Rxd1 f5”] “[(1-0, 41) } 14… Ng6 15. Bg3 O-O 16. Rad1 Rad8 17. Kh1 Rxd1 18. Rxd1 f5 “(1-0, 41) } 14… Ng6 15. Bg3 O-O 16. Rad1 Rad8 17. Kh1 Rxd1 18. Rxd1 f5″]”]
[[19. Na4 Bb4 20. a3 f4) 10… Ng4 11. Qxd8+ Rxd8 12. Bf4 $1 { White prefers “19. Na4 Bb4 20. a3 f4) 10… Ng4 11. Qxd8+ Rxd8 12. Bf4 $1 { White prefers”] “[19. Na4 Bb4 20. a3 f4) 10… Ng4 11. Qxd8+ Rxd8 12. Bf4 $1 { White prefers “19. Na4 Bb4 20. a3 f4) 10… Ng4 11. Qxd8+ Rxd8 12. Bf4 $1 { White prefers”]”]
[[returning the pawn in the near future for the sake of completing his “returning the pawn in the near future for the sake of completing his”] “[returning the pawn in the near future for the sake of completing his “returning the pawn in the near future for the sake of completing his”]”]
[[development } ( { If } 12. f4 Bc5 { Black’s initative becomes threatening. “development } ( { If } 12. f4 Bc5 { Black’s initative becomes threatening.”] “[development } ( { If } 12. f4 Bc5 { Black’s initative becomes threatening. “development } ( { If } 12. f4 Bc5 { Black’s initative becomes threatening.”]”]
[[} 13. Be2 Ne3 14. Bxe3 Bxe3 15. g3 (15. f5 Bc8 { [%cal Ge3d4] }) 15… g5 “} 13. Be2 Ne3 14. Bxe3 Bxe3 15. g3 (15. f5 Bc8 { [%cal Ge3d4] }) 15… g5”] “[} 13. Be2 Ne3 14. Bxe3 Bxe3 15. g3 (15. f5 Bc8 { [%cal Ge3d4] }) 15… g5 “} 13. Be2 Ne3 14. Bxe3 Bxe3 15. g3 (15. f5 Bc8 { [%cal Ge3d4] }) 15… g5″]”]
[[$5 ( { Black could also try playing for piece pressure with, say, } 15… “$5 ( { Black could also try playing for piece pressure with, say, } 15…”] “[$5 ( { Black could also try playing for piece pressure with, say, } 15… “$5 ( { Black could also try playing for piece pressure with, say, } 15…”]”]
[[Ke7 { , but personally I would prefer to make sure of weakening the e5-pawn “Ke7 { , but personally I would prefer to make sure of weakening the e5-pawn”] “[Ke7 { , but personally I would prefer to make sure of weakening the e5-pawn “Ke7 { , but personally I would prefer to make sure of weakening the e5-pawn”]”]
[[as soon as possible. }) 16. f5 (16. Rf1 $2 gxf4 17. gxf4 Bd2+ $1 18. Kf2 “as soon as possible. }) 16. f5 (16. Rf1 $2 gxf4 17. gxf4 Bd2+ $1 18. Kf2”] “[as soon as possible. }) 16. f5 (16. Rf1 $2 gxf4 17. gxf4 Bd2+ $1 18. Kf2 “as soon as possible. }) 16. f5 (16. Rf1 $2 gxf4 17. gxf4 Bd2+ $1 18. Kf2″]”]
[[Bxf4 $19) 16… Bc8 17. Bh5 O-O 18. h4 gxh4 19. Rxh4 Bd4 $13) 12… Bc5 13. “Bxf4 $19) 16… Bc8 17. Bh5 O-O 18. h4 gxh4 19. Rxh4 Bd4 $13) 12… Bc5 13.”] “[Bxf4 $19) 16… Bc8 17. Bh5 O-O 18. h4 gxh4 19. Rxh4 Bd4 $13) 12… Bc5 13. “Bxf4 $19) 16… Bc8 17. Bh5 O-O 18. h4 gxh4 19. Rxh4 Bd4 $13) 12… Bc5 13.”]”]
[[Bg3 Bd4 14. Rd1 Bxe5 15. Rxd8+ Kxd8 16. Bxe5 Nxe5 17. f4 Ng4 { The merits “Bg3 Bd4 14. Rd1 Bxe5 15. Rxd8+ Kxd8 16. Bxe5 Nxe5 17. f4 Ng4 { The merits”] “[Bg3 Bd4 14. Rd1 Bxe5 15. Rxd8+ Kxd8 16. Bxe5 Nxe5 17. f4 Ng4 { The merits “Bg3 Bd4 14. Rd1 Bxe5 15. Rxd8+ Kxd8 16. Bxe5 Nxe5 17. f4 Ng4 { The merits”]”]
[[of Nyback’s novelty are obvious. He has exchanged the active black bishop “of Nyback’s novelty are obvious. He has exchanged the active black bishop”] “[of Nyback’s novelty are obvious. He has exchanged the active black bishop “of Nyback’s novelty are obvious. He has exchanged the active black bishop”]”]
[[and put his majority into motion. Still, White’s advantage is rather “and put his majority into motion. Still, White’s advantage is rather”] “[and put his majority into motion. Still, White’s advantage is rather “and put his majority into motion. Still, White’s advantage is rather”]”]
[[symbolic . } 18. Be2 Nh6 19. Kf2 f6 20. h3 Nf7 21. Bg4 Ke7 22. Bxe6 Kxe6 “symbolic . } 18. Be2 Nh6 19. Kf2 f6 20. h3 Nf7 21. Bg4 Ke7 22. Bxe6 Kxe6”] “[symbolic . } 18. Be2 Nh6 19. Kf2 f6 20. h3 Nf7 21. Bg4 Ke7 22. Bxe6 Kxe6 “symbolic . } 18. Be2 Nh6 19. Kf2 f6 20. h3 Nf7 21. Bg4 Ke7 22. Bxe6 Kxe6″]”]
[[23. Rd1 Rd8 24. Rxd8 Nxd8 { The structure is quite similar to that from the “23. Rd1 Rd8 24. Rxd8 Nxd8 { The structure is quite similar to that from the”] “[23. Rd1 Rd8 24. Rxd8 Nxd8 { The structure is quite similar to that from the “23. Rd1 Rd8 24. Rxd8 Nxd8 { The structure is quite similar to that from the”]”]
[[last match game against Anand. Even though in Chennai Carlsen was Black, in “last match game against Anand. Even though in Chennai Carlsen was Black, in”] “[last match game against Anand. Even though in Chennai Carlsen was Black, in “last match game against Anand. Even though in Chennai Carlsen was Black, in”]”]
[[both cases, he had two groups of three pawns each, against his opponent’s “both cases, he had two groups of three pawns each, against his opponent’s”] “[both cases, he had two groups of three pawns each, against his opponent’s “both cases, he had two groups of three pawns each, against his opponent’s”]”]
[[two plus four. But in the current game, White’s position is a bit more “two plus four. But in the current game, White’s position is a bit more”] “[two plus four. But in the current game, White’s position is a bit more “two plus four. But in the current game, White’s position is a bit more”]”]
[[active. } 25. b4 Kd6 26. Ke3 a6 { A somewhat mysterious move. The threat of “active. } 25. b4 Kd6 26. Ke3 a6 { A somewhat mysterious move. The threat of”] “[active. } 25. b4 Kd6 26. Ke3 a6 { A somewhat mysterious move. The threat of “active. } 25. b4 Kd6 26. Ke3 a6 { A somewhat mysterious move. The threat of”]”]
[[b4-b5 was not real, as it would allow . ..Kc5, but Carlsen might have “b4-b5 was not real, as it would allow . ..Kc5, but Carlsen might have”] “[b4-b5 was not real, as it would allow . ..Kc5, but Carlsen might have “b4-b5 was not real, as it would allow . ..Kc5, but Carlsen might have”]”]
[[intended to set his queenside majority into motion with …b5 and …c5, or “intended to set his queenside majority into motion with …b5 and …c5, or”] “[intended to set his queenside majority into motion with …b5 and …c5, or “intended to set his queenside majority into motion with …b5 and …c5, or”]”]
[[even …c5 right away. } 27. Na4 Ne6 { Renewing the threat …b5.. } 28. f5 “even …c5 right away. } 27. Na4 Ne6 { Renewing the threat …b5.. } 28. f5”] “[even …c5 right away. } 27. Na4 Ne6 { Renewing the threat …b5.. } 28. f5 “even …c5 right away. } 27. Na4 Ne6 { Renewing the threat …b5.. } 28. f5″]”]
[[$1 { A committal decision after only five minutes of thinking. White gives “$1 { A committal decision after only five minutes of thinking. White gives”] “[$1 { A committal decision after only five minutes of thinking. White gives “$1 { A committal decision after only five minutes of thinking. White gives”]”]
[[away the e5-square, but gets some queenside pressure in exchange. } 28… “away the e5-square, but gets some queenside pressure in exchange. } 28…”] “[away the e5-square, but gets some queenside pressure in exchange. } 28… “away the e5-square, but gets some queenside pressure in exchange. } 28…”]”]
[[Nd8 29. Kd4 Nf7 30. Nc5 { It may seem that the weakening move … a7-a6 is “Nd8 29. Kd4 Nf7 30. Nc5 { It may seem that the weakening move … a7-a6 is”] “[Nd8 29. Kd4 Nf7 30. Nc5 { It may seem that the weakening move … a7-a6 is “Nd8 29. Kd4 Nf7 30. Nc5 { It may seem that the weakening move … a7-a6 is”]”]
[[about to cause some major problems. But Carlsen is not that easy to catch “about to cause some major problems. But Carlsen is not that easy to catch”] “[about to cause some major problems. But Carlsen is not that easy to catch “about to cause some major problems. But Carlsen is not that easy to catch”]”]
[[on the wrong foot in the endgame. } 30… b6 $1 { Played instantly. } ( { “on the wrong foot in the endgame. } 30… b6 $1 { Played instantly. } ( {“] “[on the wrong foot in the endgame. } 30… b6 $1 { Played instantly. } ( { “on the wrong foot in the endgame. } 30… b6 $1 { Played instantly. } ( {“]”]
[[Actually, even now the best saving chance would be giving up the pawn with “Actually, even now the best saving chance would be giving up the pawn with”] “[Actually, even now the best saving chance would be giving up the pawn with “Actually, even now the best saving chance would be giving up the pawn with”]”]
[[} 31… b6 { under lesss favourable circumstances. }) 31. Nxa6 Ne5 { The “} 31… b6 { under lesss favourable circumstances. }) 31. Nxa6 Ne5 { The”] “[} 31… b6 { under lesss favourable circumstances. }) 31. Nxa6 Ne5 { The “} 31… b6 { under lesss favourable circumstances. }) 31. Nxa6 Ne5 { The”]”]
[[black knight has occupied the fantastic central square, while its rival has “black knight has occupied the fantastic central square, while its rival has”] “[black knight has occupied the fantastic central square, while its rival has “black knight has occupied the fantastic central square, while its rival has”]”]
[[no obvious way back into the game. } 32. a4 Nd7 { Threatening …c5, which “no obvious way back into the game. } 32. a4 Nd7 { Threatening …c5, which”] “[no obvious way back into the game. } 32. a4 Nd7 { Threatening …c5, which “no obvious way back into the game. } 32. a4 Nd7 { Threatening …c5, which”]”]
[[would open the king’s way towards the knight. The final move repetition “would open the king’s way towards the knight. The final move repetition”] “[would open the king’s way towards the knight. The final move repetition “would open the king’s way towards the knight. The final move repetition”]”]
[[took place rather quickly, although White twice took a minute for “took place rather quickly, although White twice took a minute for”] “[took place rather quickly, although White twice took a minute for “took place rather quickly, although White twice took a minute for”]”]
[[reflection. } 33. Kc4 Ne5+ 34. Kd4 Nd7 35. Kc4 Ne5+ 36. Kd4 1/2-1/2 “reflection. } 33. Kc4 Ne5+ 34. Kd4 Nd7 35. Kc4 Ne5+ 36. Kd4 1/2-1/2”] “[reflection. } 33. Kc4 Ne5+ 34. Kd4 Nd7 35. Kc4 Ne5+ 36. Kd4 1/2-1/2 “reflection. } 33. Kc4 Ne5+ 34. Kd4 Nd7 35. Kc4 Ne5+ 36. Kd4 1/2-1/2″]”]
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