Chess PGN Game Match played So, Wesley vs Ding, Liren- in Grand Slam Final 8th, Open: E99


Math between So, Wesley and Ding, Liren

Event: Grand Slam Final 8th

Pgn File:


[Event “Grand Slam Final 8th”]
[Site “Bilbao”]
[Date “2015.10.26”]
[Round “1”]
[White “[White was clearly better in Munoz Moreno,F (2390)-Winkler,T (2631) ICCF “White was clearly better in Munoz Moreno,F (2390)-Winkler,T (2631) ICCF”]”]
[Black “Ding, Liren”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2760”]
[BlackElo “2782”]
[ECO “E99”]
[Annotator “Gormally,D”]
[EventDate “2015.10.26”]
[PlyCount “119”]
[EventType “tourn”]
[EventRounds “6”]
[EventCountry “ESP”]
[Source “web”]
[SourceDate “2015.11.10”]
[EventCategory “22”]
[[{ The Grand Slam Masters from the Catalonian port town of Bilbao may have “{ The Grand Slam Masters from the Catalonian port town of Bilbao may have”] “[{ The Grand Slam Masters from the Catalonian port town of Bilbao may have “{ The Grand Slam Masters from the Catalonian port town of Bilbao may have”]”]
[[only featured four players and had many draws but the games were still “only featured four players and had many draws but the games were still”] “[only featured four players and had many draws but the games were still “only featured four players and had many draws but the games were still”]”]
[[interesting. Here we see a battle between two of the biggest fighters in “interesting. Here we see a battle between two of the biggest fighters in”] “[interesting. Here we see a battle between two of the biggest fighters in “interesting. Here we see a battle between two of the biggest fighters in”]”]
[[world chess, Wesley So and Ding Liren. } “world chess, Wesley So and Ding Liren. }”] “[world chess, Wesley So and Ding Liren. } “world chess, Wesley So and Ding Liren. }”]”]
[[1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. Nf3 O-O 6. Be2 e5 7. O-O Nc6 8. “1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. Nf3 O-O 6. Be2 e5 7. O-O Nc6 8.”] “[1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. Nf3 O-O 6. Be2 e5 7. O-O Nc6 8. “1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. Nf3 O-O 6. Be2 e5 7. O-O Nc6 8.”]”]
[[d5 Ne7 9. Ne1 Nd7 10. Be3 f5 11. f3 f4 12. Bf2 g5 13. Rc1 Ng6 ( { Black can “d5 Ne7 9. Ne1 Nd7 10. Be3 f5 11. f3 f4 12. Bf2 g5 13. Rc1 Ng6 ( { Black can”] “[d5 Ne7 9. Ne1 Nd7 10. Be3 f5 11. f3 f4 12. Bf2 g5 13. Rc1 Ng6 ( { Black can “d5 Ne7 9. Ne1 Nd7 10. Be3 f5 11. f3 f4 12. Bf2 g5 13. Rc1 Ng6 ( { Black can”]”]
[[also decline the pawn sacrifice, as in } 13… Nf6 14. c5 Ng6 15. Nd3 Rf7 { “also decline the pawn sacrifice, as in } 13… Nf6 14. c5 Ng6 15. Nd3 Rf7 {“] “[also decline the pawn sacrifice, as in } 13… Nf6 14. c5 Ng6 15. Nd3 Rf7 { “also decline the pawn sacrifice, as in } 13… Nf6 14. c5 Ng6 15. Nd3 Rf7 {“]”]
[[as in Smirnov,P (2626)-Ipatov,A (2177) Izhevsk 2014 Although this way of “as in Smirnov,P (2626)-Ipatov,A (2177) Izhevsk 2014 Although this way of”] “[as in Smirnov,P (2626)-Ipatov,A (2177) Izhevsk 2014 Although this way of “as in Smirnov,P (2626)-Ipatov,A (2177) Izhevsk 2014 Although this way of”]”]
[[playing is not so popular for Black, as White has an easy route to the “playing is not so popular for Black, as White has an easy route to the”] “[playing is not so popular for Black, as White has an easy route to the “playing is not so popular for Black, as White has an easy route to the”]”]
[[queenside, Black still retains the usual counterplay on the other wing with “queenside, Black still retains the usual counterplay on the other wing with”] “[queenside, Black still retains the usual counterplay on the other wing with “queenside, Black still retains the usual counterplay on the other wing with”]”]
[[moves like …h5 and …g4, etc. Note this isn’t the famous Alexander “moves like …h5 and …g4, etc. Note this isn’t the famous Alexander”] “[moves like …h5 and …g4, etc. Note this isn’t the famous Alexander “moves like …h5 and …g4, etc. Note this isn’t the famous Alexander”]”]
[Ipatov “[Ipatov who plays for Turkey and has just dropped a ton of points! It’s “Ipatov who plays for Turkey and has just dropped a ton of points! It’s”]”]
[[someone else. Or A Ipatov “B” as FIDE describes him. }) 14. c5 Nxc5 (14… “someone else. Or A Ipatov “B” as FIDE describes him. }) 14. c5 Nxc5 (14…”] “[someone else. Or A Ipatov “B” as FIDE describes him. }) 14. c5 Nxc5 (14… “someone else. Or A Ipatov “B” as FIDE describes him. }) 14. c5 Nxc5 (14…”]”]
[[dxc5 $6 { gave White even more obvious compensation after } 15. Nd3 b6 16. “dxc5 $6 { gave White even more obvious compensation after } 15. Nd3 b6 16.”] “[dxc5 $6 { gave White even more obvious compensation after } 15. Nd3 b6 16. “dxc5 $6 { gave White even more obvious compensation after } 15. Nd3 b6 16.”]”]
[[b4 $1 cxb4 17. Nb5 $1 Nf6 18. Nxc7 Rb8 19. Nxb4 { when the Black queenside “b4 $1 cxb4 17. Nb5 $1 Nf6 18. Nxc7 Rb8 19. Nxb4 { when the Black queenside”] “[b4 $1 cxb4 17. Nb5 $1 Nf6 18. Nxc7 Rb8 19. Nxb4 { when the Black queenside “b4 $1 cxb4 17. Nb5 $1 Nf6 18. Nxc7 Rb8 19. Nxb4 { when the Black queenside”]”]
[[was shredded in Kaufman,L (2410)-Casella,M (2345) USA 1998. I always feel, “was shredded in Kaufman,L (2410)-Casella,M (2345) USA 1998. I always feel,”] “[was shredded in Kaufman,L (2410)-Casella,M (2345) USA 1998. I always feel, “was shredded in Kaufman,L (2410)-Casella,M (2345) USA 1998. I always feel,”]”]
[[even with my limited knowledge of the King’s Indian, that Black should hold “even with my limited knowledge of the King’s Indian, that Black should hold”] “[even with my limited knowledge of the King’s Indian, that Black should hold “even with my limited knowledge of the King’s Indian, that Black should hold”]”]
[[on to this d6-e5 structure as long as possible. }) 15. b4 Na6 16. Nd3 h5 “on to this d6-e5 structure as long as possible. }) 15. b4 Na6 16. Nd3 h5”] “[on to this d6-e5 structure as long as possible. }) 15. b4 Na6 16. Nd3 h5 “on to this d6-e5 structure as long as possible. }) 15. b4 Na6 16. Nd3 h5″]”]
[[17. Nb5 b6 (17… Bd7 { was the choice of Gazza. } 18. a4 Bh6 19. Rc3 b6 “17. Nb5 b6 (17… Bd7 { was the choice of Gazza. } 18. a4 Bh6 19. Rc3 b6”] “[17. Nb5 b6 (17… Bd7 { was the choice of Gazza. } 18. a4 Bh6 19. Rc3 b6 “17. Nb5 b6 (17… Bd7 { was the choice of Gazza. } 18. a4 Bh6 19. Rc3 b6″]”]
[[20. Be1 Rf7 21. Nf2 Nh4 $1 22. Nxd6 $1 cxd6 23. Bxa6 Qe8 24. Qe2 g4 25. “20. Be1 Rf7 21. Nf2 Nh4 $1 22. Nxd6 $1 cxd6 23. Bxa6 Qe8 24. Qe2 g4 25.”] “[20. Be1 Rf7 21. Nf2 Nh4 $1 22. Nxd6 $1 cxd6 23. Bxa6 Qe8 24. Qe2 g4 25. “20. Be1 Rf7 21. Nf2 Nh4 $1 22. Nxd6 $1 cxd6 23. Bxa6 Qe8 24. Qe2 g4 25.”]”]
[[fxg4 Rg7 26. h3 Qg6 { where objectively Black didn’t have enough for the “fxg4 Rg7 26. h3 Qg6 { where objectively Black didn’t have enough for the”] “[fxg4 Rg7 26. h3 Qg6 { where objectively Black didn’t have enough for the “fxg4 Rg7 26. h3 Qg6 { where objectively Black didn’t have enough for the”]”]
[[pawn although the game was later drawn in Piket,J (2640)-Kasparov,G (2795) “pawn although the game was later drawn in Piket,J (2640)-Kasparov,G (2795)”] “[pawn although the game was later drawn in Piket,J (2640)-Kasparov,G (2795) “pawn although the game was later drawn in Piket,J (2640)-Kasparov,G (2795)”]”]
[Linares “[Linares 1997. }) 18. Be1 Rf7 19. Bd2 (19. Nf2 $5 { is a more common “Linares 1997. }) 18. Be1 Rf7 19. Bd2 (19. Nf2 $5 { is a more common”]”]
[[alternative, holding up Black’s intended …g4 lunge for as long as “alternative, holding up Black’s intended …g4 lunge for as long as”] “[alternative, holding up Black’s intended …g4 lunge for as long as “alternative, holding up Black’s intended …g4 lunge for as long as”]”]
[[possible. }) 19… Bf6 ( { Ding’s choice looks slightly more natural than “possible. }) 19… Bf6 ( { Ding’s choice looks slightly more natural than”] “[possible. }) 19… Bf6 ( { Ding’s choice looks slightly more natural than “possible. }) 19… Bf6 ( { Ding’s choice looks slightly more natural than”]”]
[[the alternative } 19… Bh6 { which was played in a correspondence game; } “the alternative } 19… Bh6 { which was played in a correspondence game; }”] “[the alternative } 19… Bh6 { which was played in a correspondence game; } “the alternative } 19… Bh6 { which was played in a correspondence game; }”]”]
[[20. Nf2 Rg7 21. h3 Nf8 22. Qa4 Nh7 23. Nd4 Nb8 24. Ne6 Bxe6 25. dxe6 { when “20. Nf2 Rg7 21. h3 Nf8 22. Qa4 Nh7 23. Nd4 Nb8 24. Ne6 Bxe6 25. dxe6 { when”] “[20. Nf2 Rg7 21. h3 Nf8 22. Qa4 Nh7 23. Nd4 Nb8 24. Ne6 Bxe6 25. dxe6 { when “20. Nf2 Rg7 21. h3 Nf8 22. Qa4 Nh7 23. Nd4 Nb8 24. Ne6 Bxe6 25. dxe6 { when”]”]
[[email 2007. }) 20. Nf2 Qe8 21. Qa4 Bd8 22. Qa3 g4 $1 { Of course, Black “email 2007. }) 20. Nf2 Qe8 21. Qa4 Bd8 22. Qa3 g4 $1 { Of course, Black”] “[email 2007. }) 20. Nf2 Qe8 21. Qa4 Bd8 22. Qa3 g4 $1 { Of course, Black “email 2007. }) 20. Nf2 Qe8 21. Qa4 Bd8 22. Qa3 g4 $1 { Of course, Black”]”]
[[must commit. } (22… Nb8 $2 23. Nxd6 $1) 23. fxg4 hxg4 24. Nc3 (24. Nxg4 “must commit. } (22… Nb8 $2 23. Nxd6 $1) 23. fxg4 hxg4 24. Nc3 (24. Nxg4”] “[must commit. } (22… Nb8 $2 23. Nxd6 $1) 23. fxg4 hxg4 24. Nc3 (24. Nxg4 “must commit. } (22… Nb8 $2 23. Nxd6 $1) 23. fxg4 hxg4 24. Nc3 (24. Nxg4″]”]
[[$2 Bxg4 25. Bxg4 Qxb5 26. Be6 Kg7 27. Bxf7 Kxf7 $19) 24… Nxb4 ( { Black “$2 Bxg4 25. Bxg4 Qxb5 26. Be6 Kg7 27. Bxf7 Kxf7 $19) 24… Nxb4 ( { Black”] “[$2 Bxg4 25. Bxg4 Qxb5 26. Be6 Kg7 27. Bxf7 Kxf7 $19) 24… Nxb4 ( { Black “$2 Bxg4 25. Bxg4 Qxb5 26. Be6 Kg7 27. Bxf7 Kxf7 $19) 24… Nxb4 ( { Black”]”]
[[is rather commited to giving up the piece as the passive } 24… Nb8 25. “is rather commited to giving up the piece as the passive } 24… Nb8 25.”] “[is rather commited to giving up the piece as the passive } 24… Nb8 25. “is rather commited to giving up the piece as the passive } 24… Nb8 25.”]”]
[[Nxg4 { gives Black no compensation for the pawn. }) 25. Qxb4 f3 $1 { But in “Nxg4 { gives Black no compensation for the pawn. }) 25. Qxb4 f3 $1 { But in”] “[Nxg4 { gives Black no compensation for the pawn. }) 25. Qxb4 f3 $1 { But in “Nxg4 { gives Black no compensation for the pawn. }) 25. Qxb4 f3 $1 { But in”]”]
[[return for the piece he has considerable play on the kingside – the pawn “return for the piece he has considerable play on the kingside – the pawn”] “[return for the piece he has considerable play on the kingside – the pawn “return for the piece he has considerable play on the kingside – the pawn”]”]
[[wedge on f3 is very dangerous for White. } 26. Bb5 Qe7 ( { An interesting “wedge on f3 is very dangerous for White. } 26. Bb5 Qe7 ( { An interesting”] “[wedge on f3 is very dangerous for White. } 26. Bb5 Qe7 ( { An interesting “wedge on f3 is very dangerous for White. } 26. Bb5 Qe7 ( { An interesting”]”]
[[possibility was } 26… Qf8 $1 27. g3 Rh7 ( { even the immediate } 27… “possibility was } 26… Qf8 $1 27. g3 Rh7 ( { even the immediate } 27…”] “[possibility was } 26… Qf8 $1 27. g3 Rh7 ( { even the immediate } 27… “possibility was } 26… Qf8 $1 27. g3 Rh7 ( { even the immediate } 27…”]”]
[[Nf4 { isn’t ridiculous }) 28. Nd3 Nf4 $1 { trying to sharpen up the game to “Nf4 { isn’t ridiculous }) 28. Nd3 Nf4 $1 { trying to sharpen up the game to”] “[Nf4 { isn’t ridiculous }) 28. Nd3 Nf4 $1 { trying to sharpen up the game to “Nf4 { isn’t ridiculous }) 28. Nd3 Nf4 $1 { trying to sharpen up the game to”]”]
[[the maximum. } 29. Bxf4 $1 (29. gxf4 Qh6 30. Kf2 (30. Rf2 g3 $1) 30… “the maximum. } 29. Bxf4 $1 (29. gxf4 Qh6 30. Kf2 (30. Rf2 g3 $1) 30…”] “[the maximum. } 29. Bxf4 $1 (29. gxf4 Qh6 30. Kf2 (30. Rf2 g3 $1) 30… “the maximum. } 29. Bxf4 $1 (29. gxf4 Qh6 30. Kf2 (30. Rf2 g3 $1) 30…”]”]
[[Qxh2+ 31. Ke3 exf4+ 32. Nxf4 Bg5 { looks too dangerous for White – the “Qxh2+ 31. Ke3 exf4+ 32. Nxf4 Bg5 { looks too dangerous for White – the”] “[Qxh2+ 31. Ke3 exf4+ 32. Nxf4 Bg5 { looks too dangerous for White – the “Qxh2+ 31. Ke3 exf4+ 32. Nxf4 Bg5 { looks too dangerous for White – the”]”]
[[pawns on f3 and g4 are especially strong. } 33. Kd3 Bxf4 $17) 29… exf4 “pawns on f3 and g4 are especially strong. } 33. Kd3 Bxf4 $17) 29… exf4”] “[pawns on f3 and g4 are especially strong. } 33. Kd3 Bxf4 $17) 29… exf4 “pawns on f3 and g4 are especially strong. } 33. Kd3 Bxf4 $17) 29… exf4″]”]
[[30. gxf4 Qh6 31. Qb2 Qh3 $1 { with a real mess. }) 27. g3 Rh7 28. Qc4 Rh8 “30. gxf4 Qh6 31. Qb2 Qh3 $1 { with a real mess. }) 27. g3 Rh7 28. Qc4 Rh8”] “[30. gxf4 Qh6 31. Qb2 Qh3 $1 { with a real mess. }) 27. g3 Rh7 28. Qc4 Rh8 “30. gxf4 Qh6 31. Qb2 Qh3 $1 { with a real mess. }) 27. g3 Rh7 28. Qc4 Rh8″]”]
[[29. Qc6 Qh7 30. h3 Rb8 31. Ncd1 a6 $6 { Too slow. Ding even misassesses or “29. Qc6 Qh7 30. h3 Rb8 31. Ncd1 a6 $6 { Too slow. Ding even misassesses or”] “[29. Qc6 Qh7 30. h3 Rb8 31. Ncd1 a6 $6 { Too slow. Ding even misassesses or “29. Qc6 Qh7 30. h3 Rb8 31. Ncd1 a6 $6 { Too slow. Ding even misassesses or”]”]
[[misses altogether the queen sac that follows. } ( { Once again, the dynamic “misses altogether the queen sac that follows. } ( { Once again, the dynamic”] “[misses altogether the queen sac that follows. } ( { Once again, the dynamic “misses altogether the queen sac that follows. } ( { Once again, the dynamic”]”]
[[knight lunge } 31… Nf4 $1 { suggests itself. (It’s funny how often an “knight lunge } 31… Nf4 $1 { suggests itself. (It’s funny how often an”] “[knight lunge } 31… Nf4 $1 { suggests itself. (It’s funny how often an “knight lunge } 31… Nf4 $1 { suggests itself. (It’s funny how often an”]”]
[[unexpected knight move can change the character of a position.) } 32. gxf4 “unexpected knight move can change the character of a position.) } 32. gxf4”] “[unexpected knight move can change the character of a position.) } 32. gxf4 “unexpected knight move can change the character of a position.) } 32. gxf4″]”]
[[(32. Bxf4 exf4 { and the black pawns on the kingside are starting to “(32. Bxf4 exf4 { and the black pawns on the kingside are starting to”] “[(32. Bxf4 exf4 { and the black pawns on the kingside are starting to “(32. Bxf4 exf4 { and the black pawns on the kingside are starting to”]”]
[[resemble an armada }) (32. Qe8+ Kg7 33. Rxc7+ Bxc7 34. Qe7+ Kg8 (34… Kg6 “resemble an armada }) (32. Qe8+ Kg7 33. Rxc7+ Bxc7 34. Qe7+ Kg8 (34… Kg6”] “[resemble an armada }) (32. Qe8+ Kg7 33. Rxc7+ Bxc7 34. Qe7+ Kg8 (34… Kg6 “resemble an armada }) (32. Qe8+ Kg7 33. Rxc7+ Bxc7 34. Qe7+ Kg8 (34… Kg6″]”]
[[$2 35. Qxh7+ Rxh7 36. gxf4 g3 37. f5+ $1 Kf7 38. Ng4 { makes a big “$2 35. Qxh7+ Rxh7 36. gxf4 g3 37. f5+ $1 Kf7 38. Ng4 { makes a big”] “[$2 35. Qxh7+ Rxh7 36. gxf4 g3 37. f5+ $1 Kf7 38. Ng4 { makes a big “$2 35. Qxh7+ Rxh7 36. gxf4 g3 37. f5+ $1 Kf7 38. Ng4 { makes a big”]”]
[[difference as the black kingside pawns are falling }) 35. Qxh7+ { would be “difference as the black kingside pawns are falling }) 35. Qxh7+ { would be”] “[difference as the black kingside pawns are falling }) 35. Qxh7+ { would be “difference as the black kingside pawns are falling }) 35. Qxh7+ { would be”]”]
[[a rather desperate an unnecessary bail-out into an ending; } (35. Qe8+ $11) “a rather desperate an unnecessary bail-out into an ending; } (35. Qe8+ $11)”] “[a rather desperate an unnecessary bail-out into an ending; } (35. Qe8+ $11) “a rather desperate an unnecessary bail-out into an ending; } (35. Qe8+ $11)”]”]
[[35… Rxh7 36. gxf4 g3 $1 { however rather favours Black }) 32… Qh4 $1 “35… Rxh7 36. gxf4 g3 $1 { however rather favours Black }) 32… Qh4 $1”] “[35… Rxh7 36. gxf4 g3 $1 { however rather favours Black }) 32… Qh4 $1 “35… Rxh7 36. gxf4 g3 $1 { however rather favours Black }) 32… Qh4 $1″]”]
[[33. Kh1 Qg3 34. Qe8+ (34. Ne3 Rxh3+ 35. Nxh3 Qxh3+ 36. Kg1 Qg3+ $11) 34… “33. Kh1 Qg3 34. Qe8+ (34. Ne3 Rxh3+ 35. Nxh3 Qxh3+ 36. Kg1 Qg3+ $11) 34…”] “[33. Kh1 Qg3 34. Qe8+ (34. Ne3 Rxh3+ 35. Nxh3 Qxh3+ 36. Kg1 Qg3+ $11) 34… “33. Kh1 Qg3 34. Qe8+ (34. Ne3 Rxh3+ 35. Nxh3 Qxh3+ 36. Kg1 Qg3+ $11) 34…”]”]
[[Kg7 35. Qxh8+ $1 Kxh8 36. Rg1 Qh4 37. Kh2 exf4 38. Nxg4 Bf6 39. Be1 Qh7 40. “Kg7 35. Qxh8+ $1 Kxh8 36. Rg1 Qh4 37. Kh2 exf4 38. Nxg4 Bf6 39. Be1 Qh7 40.”] “[Kg7 35. Qxh8+ $1 Kxh8 36. Rg1 Qh4 37. Kh2 exf4 38. Nxg4 Bf6 39. Be1 Qh7 40. “Kg7 35. Qxh8+ $1 Kxh8 36. Rg1 Qh4 37. Kh2 exf4 38. Nxg4 Bf6 39. Be1 Qh7 40.”]”]
[[Rxc7 Qxc7 41. Nxf6 Qc2+ 42. Nf2 Bxh3 43. Kxh3 { is a long and complex line “Rxc7 Qxc7 41. Nxf6 Qc2+ 42. Nf2 Bxh3 43. Kxh3 { is a long and complex line”] “[Rxc7 Qxc7 41. Nxf6 Qc2+ 42. Nf2 Bxh3 43. Kxh3 { is a long and complex line “Rxc7 Qxc7 41. Nxf6 Qc2+ 42. Nf2 Bxh3 43. Kxh3 { is a long and complex line”]”]
[[which favours White, but still this is preferable to what occurred in the “which favours White, but still this is preferable to what occurred in the”] “[which favours White, but still this is preferable to what occurred in the “which favours White, but still this is preferable to what occurred in the”]”]
[[game and would have put So under pressure to find these “only moves” }) 32. “game and would have put So under pressure to find these “only moves” }) 32.”] “[game and would have put So under pressure to find these “only moves” }) 32. “game and would have put So under pressure to find these “only moves” }) 32.”]”]
[[Qe8+ Kg7 33. Qxd8 $1 Rxd8 34. Rxc7+ Bd7 35. Rxd7+ Rxd7 36. Bxd7 $18 { By “Qe8+ Kg7 33. Qxd8 $1 Rxd8 34. Rxc7+ Bd7 35. Rxd7+ Rxd7 36. Bxd7 $18 { By”] “[Qe8+ Kg7 33. Qxd8 $1 Rxd8 34. Rxc7+ Bd7 35. Rxd7+ Rxd7 36. Bxd7 $18 { By “Qe8+ Kg7 33. Qxd8 $1 Rxd8 34. Rxc7+ Bd7 35. Rxd7+ Rxd7 36. Bxd7 $18 { By”]”]
[[sacrificing his queen Wesley has completely defused his opponent’s “sacrificing his queen Wesley has completely defused his opponent’s”] “[sacrificing his queen Wesley has completely defused his opponent’s “sacrificing his queen Wesley has completely defused his opponent’s”]”]
[[initiative. Black’s remaining pieces now look rather helpless as White has “initiative. Black’s remaining pieces now look rather helpless as White has”] “[initiative. Black’s remaining pieces now look rather helpless as White has “initiative. Black’s remaining pieces now look rather helpless as White has”]”]
[[all the time in the world to build up his own attack. } 36… gxh3 37. Kh2 “all the time in the world to build up his own attack. } 36… gxh3 37. Kh2”] “[all the time in the world to build up his own attack. } 36… gxh3 37. Kh2 “all the time in the world to build up his own attack. } 36… gxh3 37. Kh2″]”]
[[( { The straightforward } 37. Nxh3 { was even stronger, but in any case “( { The straightforward } 37. Nxh3 { was even stronger, but in any case”] “[( { The straightforward } 37. Nxh3 { was even stronger, but in any case “( { The straightforward } 37. Nxh3 { was even stronger, but in any case”]”]
[[White’s choice was good enough. } 37… Rd8 38. Bf5 { intending Ng5-e6 }) “White’s choice was good enough. } 37… Rd8 38. Bf5 { intending Ng5-e6 })”] “[White’s choice was good enough. } 37… Rd8 38. Bf5 { intending Ng5-e6 }) “White’s choice was good enough. } 37… Rd8 38. Bf5 { intending Ng5-e6 })”]”]
[[37… Rb7 38. Be6 Nf8 39. Bf5 Qh5 40. Ng4 Nd7 41. Bh6+ Kh8 42. Nde3 Rc7 43. “37… Rb7 38. Be6 Nf8 39. Bf5 Qh5 40. Ng4 Nd7 41. Bh6+ Kh8 42. Nde3 Rc7 43.”] “[37… Rb7 38. Be6 Nf8 39. Bf5 Qh5 40. Ng4 Nd7 41. Bh6+ Kh8 42. Nde3 Rc7 43. “37… Rb7 38. Be6 Nf8 39. Bf5 Qh5 40. Ng4 Nd7 41. Bh6+ Kh8 42. Nde3 Rc7 43.”]”]
[[Bxd7 Rxd7 44. Rxf3 Rf7 45. Rf5 Rxf5 46. exf5 Qf7 47. Bg5 b5 48. Nh6 Qf8 49. “Bxd7 Rxd7 44. Rxf3 Rf7 45. Rf5 Rxf5 46. exf5 Qf7 47. Bg5 b5 48. Nh6 Qf8 49.”] “[Bxd7 Rxd7 44. Rxf3 Rf7 45. Rf5 Rxf5 46. exf5 Qf7 47. Bg5 b5 48. Nh6 Qf8 49. “Bxd7 Rxd7 44. Rxf3 Rf7 45. Rf5 Rxf5 46. exf5 Qf7 47. Bg5 b5 48. Nh6 Qf8 49.”]”]
[[f6 ( { Even some slow way of playing with } 49. Kxh3 { should be good “f6 ( { Even some slow way of playing with } 49. Kxh3 { should be good”] “[f6 ( { Even some slow way of playing with } 49. Kxh3 { should be good “f6 ( { Even some slow way of playing with } 49. Kxh3 { should be good”]”]
[[enough but Wesley calculates to the finish and decides to go straight for “enough but Wesley calculates to the finish and decides to go straight for”] “[enough but Wesley calculates to the finish and decides to go straight for “enough but Wesley calculates to the finish and decides to go straight for”]”]
[[the kill. }) 49… Kh7 50. Nef5 Kg6 51. Bh4 e4 52. f7 e3 53. Be7 e2 (53… “the kill. }) 49… Kh7 50. Nef5 Kg6 51. Bh4 e4 52. f7 e3 53. Be7 e2 (53…”] “[the kill. }) 49… Kh7 50. Nef5 Kg6 51. Bh4 e4 52. f7 e3 53. Be7 e2 (53… “the kill. }) 49… Kh7 50. Nef5 Kg6 51. Bh4 e4 52. f7 e3 53. Be7 e2 (53…”]”]
[[Qxf7 54. Nxf7 e2 55. Nh4+ $1 { is the neat point. }) 54. Nh4+ Kh7 55. Bxf8 “Qxf7 54. Nxf7 e2 55. Nh4+ $1 { is the neat point. }) 54. Nh4+ Kh7 55. Bxf8”] “[Qxf7 54. Nxf7 e2 55. Nh4+ $1 { is the neat point. }) 54. Nh4+ Kh7 55. Bxf8 “Qxf7 54. Nxf7 e2 55. Nh4+ $1 { is the neat point. }) 54. Nh4+ Kh7 55. Bxf8″]”]
[[e1=Q 56. Bxd6 Qf2+ 57. Kxh3 Qf1+ 58. Kg4 Qc4+ 59. Bf4 Qe2+ 60. Nf3 1-0 “e1=Q 56. Bxd6 Qf2+ 57. Kxh3 Qf1+ 58. Kg4 Qc4+ 59. Bf4 Qe2+ 60. Nf3 1-0”] “[e1=Q 56. Bxd6 Qf2+ 57. Kxh3 Qf1+ 58. Kg4 Qc4+ 59. Bf4 Qe2+ 60. Nf3 1-0 “e1=Q 56. Bxd6 Qf2+ 57. Kxh3 Qf1+ 58. Kg4 Qc4+ 59. Bf4 Qe2+ 60. Nf3 1-0″]”]
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