Chess PGN Game Match played Kasparov, Garry vs Adams, Michael- in Linares 19th, Open: Petrov – classical attack

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Chess PGN Game Match played Kasparov, Garry vs Adams, Michael- in Linares 19th, Open: Petrov - classical attack


Match between Kasparov, Garry and Adams, Michael

Event: Linares 19th

Variation: Petrov – classical attack

Pgn File:


[Event “Linares 19th”]
[Site “Linares”]
[Date “2002.02.28”]
[Round “5”]
[White “Kasparov, Garry”]
[Black “Adams, Michael”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2838”]
[BlackElo “2742”]
[ECO “C42”]
[Annotator “Huzman,A”]
[EventDate “2002.02.22”]
[PlyCount “93”]
[EventType “tourn”]
[EventRounds “14”]
[EventCountry “ESP”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceDate “2002.03.21”]
[EventCategory “20”]

1. e4 { Ftacnik } 1… e5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. Nxe5 d6 4. Nf3 Nxe4 5. d4 d5 6. Bd3
Nc6 7. O-O Be7 8. c4 Nb4 9. Be2 O-O 10. a3 Nc6 11. cxd5 Qxd5 12. Nc3 Nxc3
13. bxc3 Bf5 14. Re1 Rfe8 { Ftacnik: ‘Black has no reason to brag about the
result of the opening phase, in the fight for an advantage white will have
to rely on his masterful handling of the middle game. ‘ } (14… Bf6 15.
Bf4 (15. Bf4 { 1/2-1/2 Bezgodov,A-Motylev,A/Elista RUS 2001/(15) }) 15…
Na5 (15… Qd7 16. Bd3 Bg6 17. Rb1 b6 18. Rb2 Bxd3 19. Qxd3 Rfe8 20. Rbe2
Rxe2 21. Qxe2 h6 22. h3 Be7 23. Qe4 Rd8 24. c4 Bd6 25. d5 Na5 26. Bd2 Nb3
$11 { 1/2-1/2 Nataf,I-Sakaev,K/Moscow RUS 2001/ (34) }) (15… Rac8 16. Nd2
Na5 17. Bf3 Qd7 18. Ne4 Be7 19. Ng3 Bg6 20. Bg4 f5 21. Bf3 Bd6 22. Be5 Rfe8
23. Bxb7 Nxb7 24. Qb3+ Qf7 25. Qxb7 $16 { 1-0
Konguvel,P-Suvrajit,S/Calcutta 2002/CBM 88_01 (48) }) 16. Nd2 c5 17. Bf3
Qd8 18. Ne4 Bxe4 19. Rxe4 cxd4 20. cxd4 Nc6 21. Be3 Qd6 22. Rb1 Rad8 23.
Qa4 b5 { 1/2-1/2 Short,N-Lalic,B/Port Erin HUN 1999 (23) }) (14… Rad8 15.
c4 Qa5 $6 16. Bd2 Qb6 17. Be3 Bf6 18. d5 Qb2 19. Bd3 Bxd3 $2 (19… Qxa1
$142) 20. Qxd3 b6 $4 21. Rab1 $18 { [ /\ Kd3-c4-b5 +- ] Pantaleoni L.. 1-0
Napoli Costa,A-Pantaleoni, L/ITA corr 1991/CR97-91 (48) }) (14… Qd6 15.
a4 Rfe8 16. Qb3 Bf6 17. Ba3 Qd7 18. Qxb7 Rab8 19. Qa6 Rb6 20. Qc4 Na5 21.
Qa2 Be6 22. c4 Nb3 23. a5 Rbb8 24. Rad1 Qa4 25. Bd3 Nxa5 26. d5 { 1/2-1/2
Sutovsky,E-Schandorff,L/Esbjerg DEN 2001/ (26) }) 15. Bf4 Rac8 (15… Bd6
16. c4 Qe4 (16… Qa5 $2 { Ftacnik } 17. Bd2 Qb6 18. c5 $18) 17. Be3 (17.
Bxd6 cxd6 18. Qd2 Qc2 (18… Rac8 { Ftacnik } 19. Rac1 $14) 19. Qxc2 Bxc2
$11) 17… Rad8 18. d5 $36) 16. c4 Qe4 17. Be3 (17. Qd2 Bf6 (17… Qc2 {
Ftacnik } 18. Qxc2 Bxc2 19. d5 $14) 18. Rad1 Qc2 19. d5 Ne5 $11) 17… Bf6
18. Ra2 b6 (18… Rcd8 19. Rd2 $14 (19. d5 Ne5 20. Nxe5 (20. Nd2 { Ftacnik
} 20… Qh4 $11) 20… Qxe5 $11) 19… Ne7 20. Qb3 b6 21. d5 $14) 19. h3 {
‘!’ Ftacnik. } 19… Na5 (19… Rcd8 { Ftacnik } 20. Rd2 $14) 20. g4 { ‘!?’
Ftacnik. Ftacnik: ‘Kasparov’s style can be very aggressive, the mere
mortals woud never dare to play so daringly with pawns in front of the own
king. ‘ } (20. Bf1 { Ftacnik } 20… Qc6 21. d5 $14) 20… Bg6 (20… Bxg4
21. hxg4 Qxg4+ 22. Kh1 c5 23. Nh2 $16) 21. g5 Be7 22. Ne5 Bd6 (22… Rcd8
23. Bf3 Qh4 (23… Qxe5 24. dxe5 Rxd1 25. Rxd1 Nxc4 26. Bf4 $16 { [%cal
Gd1d7] }) 24. Bg4 $16 { [%csl Rh4] }) (22… Bf5 $4 { Ftacnik } 23. Bd3 $18
) 23. Nxg6 (23. Bf3 Qh4 24. Bg4 Bxe5 $8 25. Bxc8 Rxc8 26. dxe5 Qxh3 $44) (
23. Bg4 { Ftacnik } 23… Bf5 $1 $15) (23. Bd3 { Ftacnik } 23… Qh4 24.
Nxg6 hxg6 25. Qg4 Qxg4+ 26. hxg4 Rcd8 (26… Bf4 $5 $11 { Ftacnik }) 27.
Rd1 Be7 $13) 23… hxg6 24. c5 (24. Bg4 Rcd8 (24… Nxc4 $5 25. Bxc8 Rxc8
$44 26. Bc1 Qf5 27. Qb3 $16) 25. Qa4 { [%cal Gc4c5] } 25… c5 (25… Qc6
$11 { Ftacnik }) 26. Rae2 Qc6 $11) 24… Bf8 (24… bxc5 { Ftacnik } 25.
dxc5 Bf4 26. Bf3 Qe5 $11) (24… Bf4 { Ftacnik } 25. Bf3 Qf5 (25… Qe7 {
Ftacnik } 26. Bg4 Rcd8 27. Rae2 Bxe3 28. Rxe3 Qf8 29. Qa4 $16) 26. Bg4 Qxg5
27. Bxf4 Qxf4 28. Bxc8 Rxc8 29. Qg4 $16) 25. Bg4 Rcd8 26. Rae2 Qd5 {
Ftacnik: ‘By the curious coincidence Linares saw another game reaching this
position. Black has slightly improved on the 5th round and the players
agreed to a draw. ‘ } (26… Qc6 $1 27. cxb6 { 1/2-1/2
Anand,V-Adams,M/Linares ESP 2002/(27) } (27. Qc2 { Ftacnik } 27… bxc5 28.
dxc5 Nb7 29. Rc1 a6 $11)) (26… bxc5 $2 { Barsky,V } 27. Bd2 $18 { [%cal
Gd2a5,Ge1e8] }) 27. Bf4 { ‘!’ Ftacnik. } 27… Rxe2 28. Qxe2 c6 $2 (28…
Qc6 $5 29. Bf3 Qd7 $11) (28… Qxd4 { Ftacnik } 29. Bxc7 Rd5 (29… Bxc5 {
Ftacnik } 30. Bxd8 Qxd8 31. Qe8+ Qxe8 32. Rxe8+ Kh7 33. a4 $16) 30. Bd6
Bxd6 (30… Rxd6 { Ftacnik } 31. cxd6 Qxd6 32. Rc1 $16) 31. cxd6 Rxd6 32.
Qe8+ Kh7 33. Qxf7 Qd5 $14) 29. Bc7 $1 Ra8 (29… Qxg5 $6 { Ftacnik } 30.
Bxd8 Qxd8 31. Qe8 $16) 30. Qe5 { ‘?!’ Ftacnik. } (30. Qa6 $1 Qc4 (30…
Qxd4 { Ftacnik } 31. cxb6 Bc5 32. Qxa5 Qxf2+ 33. Kh1 Bxb6 34. Bxb6 Qxb6 35.
Qe5 $18) 31. Qxc4 (31. Bc8 $5 Qxd4 (31… Qxa6 32. Bxa6 $16) 32. cxb6 (32.
Bxb6 Bxc5 33. Bxc5 Qxc5 34. h4 Rb8 $17) 32… Bc5 33. Re2 Nc4 $1 (33…
Bxb6 34. Bxb6 Qxb6 35. Re8+ Kh7 36. Qd3 $18 { [%csl Rh7] }) 34. b7 (34. Qa4
) 34… Qd1+ 35. Kh2 Bd6+ (35… Qxe2 36. Qxc6 Ne3 37. bxa8=Q $1 (37. Qe8+
Kh7 38. Qxf7 Rb8 39. Bxb8 Nf1+ 40. Kg1 (40. Kh1 Bxf2 $19) 40… Ne3) 37…
Qxf2+ 38. Qg2 Nxg2 39. Qxg2 $18) 36. Bxd6 Qxd6+ 37. Kg2 Qd5+ 38. Kg3 (38.
f3 Rb8 (38… Qxg5+ 39. Kf1 Rb8 40. Qxc4 $18) 39. h4 Qc5) 38… Rb8 39.
Qxa7 Qxg5+ 40. Bg4 $16 Qd8 41. Kg2 Kh7 $13) 31… Nxc4 32. d5 { ‘!’
Ftacnik. } 32… cxd5 33. c6 Na5 34. Rc1 (34. Bd7 $2 { Ftacnik } 34… Nxc6
35. Bxc6 Rc8 $17) 34… Bxa3 35. Rc2 Nc4 36. Bg3 $16) 30… Qxe5 31. Rxe5
Nc4 (31… Nb3 32. d5 (32. cxb6 axb6 33. Bxb6 Ra6 $11) 32… Bxc5 (32…
cxd5 { Ftacnik } 33. c6 Nd4 34. Bd7 Nb5 $19) 33. d6 (33. dxc6 Nd4 34. Bd7
Nb5 (34… Nf3+ 35. Kg2 Nxe5 36. Bxe5 $16) 35. Rxc5 bxc5 36. Bg3 a5 37. a4
Na7 38. c7 Nc8 39. Bc6 Ra7 40. Bd7 Ra8 $11) 33… Kf8 34. d7 Be7 $11) 32.
d5 { ‘!’ Ftacnik. } 32… Nxe5 $2 { Ftacnik: ‘Adams has certainly
experienced disbelieve, that white’s concept might have been dangerous for
him. After his unfortunate mistake white’s “c” pawn will turn into a
superpower.’ } (32… f5 33. gxf6 Nxe5 34. Bxe5 gxf6 35. Be6+ Kg7 36. Bg3
Re8 37. Bd7 Re1+ 38. Kg2 cxd5 39. c6 Bxa3 40. c7 Rc1 41. c8=Q Rxc8 42. Bxc8
$16) (32… cxd5 $1 33. c6 Na5 $1 34. Rxd5 (34. Bd7 Nxc6 $1 35. Bxc6 (35.
Rxd5 { Ftacnik } 35… Na5 36. a4 $15) 35… Rc8 36. Bxd5 Rxc7 37. Re8 $44)
34… Nxc6 35. Bd7 $44 Na5 36. a4 $15) 33. Bxe5 cxd5 (33… f5 34. gxf6
gxf6 35. Be6+ Kg7 36. Bg3 Re8 37. Bd7 Re1+ 38. Kg2 cxd5 39. c6 Bxa3 40. c7
Rc1 41. c8=Q Rxc8 42. Bxc8 $18) (33… Re8 $5 34. Bf4 (34. Bg3 { Ftacnik }
34… f5 35. gxf6 gxf6 36. Bd7 Re1+ 37. Kg2 cxd5 38. c6 Bxa3 39. c7 Rc1 40.
c8=Q+ Rxc8 41. Bxc8 Kf7 $14) 34… f5 (34… cxd5 35. c6 Bxa3 36. c7 Bc1 $5
37. Bxc1 Re1+ 38. Kg2 Rxc1 39. c8=Q+ Rxc8 40. Bxc8 $16) 35. gxf6 gxf6 36.
dxc6 f5 37. Bf3 g5 38. Bxg5 Bxc5 39. Bf4 Kf8 40. c7 Ke7 41. Bb7 Kd7 42. a4
$16 { [%cal Gh3h8] }) 34. c6 f5 (34… Bxa3 35. c7 Be7 36. h4 f6 37. Be6+
Kf8 38. Bf4 $18) (34… d4 { Ftacnik } 35. c7 d3 36. Bf4 Bxa3 37. c8=Q+
Rxc8 38. Bxc8 Bb4 39. Kf1 a5 40. Ba6 $16) 35. gxf6 gxf6 36. Be6+ { ‘!’
Ftacnik. } 36… Kg7 37. Bg3 Bxa3 38. Bxd5 { ‘!’ Ftacnik. Ftacnik: ‘The
promotion of the pawn on c8 can be stopped only at a cost of a rook, the
defender is simply doomed. ‘ } 38… Rc8 (38… a5 39. c7 Rf8 40. Be6 $18)
39. c7 Bc5 40. Bb7 Rxc7 (40… Re8 { Ftacnik } 41. c8=Q Rxc8 42. Bxc8 $18)
41. Bxc7 a5 42. Bc6 g5 43. Kf1 Kg6 44. f3 Kh5 45. Be8+ Kh6 (45… Kh4 46.
Kg2 $18) 46. Ke2 f5 47. Bd8 1-0

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