Chess PGN Game Match played Viswanathan Anand vs Joel Lautier- in Biel Credit Suisse, Open: King’s pawn opening

Chess PGN Game Match played Viswanathan Anand vs Joel Lautier- in Biel Credit Suisse, Open: King's pawn opening


Match between Viswanathan Anand and Joel Lautier

Event: Biel Credit Suisse

Variation: King’s pawn opening

Eco code: B01

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[Event “Biel Credit Suisse”]
[Site “Biel”]
[Date “1997.07.21”]
[Round “1”]
[White “Anand, Viswanathan”]
[Black “Lautier, Joel”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2765”]
[BlackElo “2660”]
[ECO “B01”]
[Annotator “Anand,V”]
[EventDate “1997.07.20”]
[PlyCount “49”]
[EventType “tourn”]
[EventRounds “10”]
[EventCountry “SUI”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceDate “1997.09.29”]
[EventCategory “17”]

{ At the opening ceremony the previous day, the chess players had to play a
match against representatives from the Swiss skiing federation. Each
participant from the A and B tournaments had to play two moves and if they
didn’t mate the skiers within 24 moves, then the skiers won. Funnily
enough, the chess players chose the Center Counter. To my great surprise,
this is exactly what happened in my game! }

1. e4 { Mueller,Ka } 1… d5 { I don’t recall Joel ever having played this
before, but he hadn’t played in an event since Monaco, so I assumed this
was an opening he had prepared quite well. } 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. Nc3 Qa5 4. d4
Nf6 5. Nf3 c6 6. Bc4 { Nowadays 6.Ne5 is more popular, but during my
preparations for the World Championship, I noticed that the lines with 6.
Bc4 were very dangerous for Black to navigate. Since Joel didn’t have a
great deal of experience with the Centre counter, I decided to test him in
this line. } 6… Bf5 7. Ne5 { The lines with 7.Bd2 leave White with a
slight edge, but I remembered that 7.Ne5 and 8.g4 gave Black more problems.
} 7… e6 8. g4 Bg6 9. h4 Nbd7 $1 { The best line } (9… Bb4 10. Bd2 Ne4
11. f3 $1 $14 { Campora-Hansen Palma 1989. I think that it was after this
game that people started to look at 9…Nbd7 more seriously. }) 10. Nxd7
Nxd7 11. h5 Be4 12. Rh3 (12. Rg1 { Mueller, Ka } 12… Nb6 13. Be2 Na4 14.
Bd2 Nxc3 15. bxc3 h6 16. Bd3 Bxd3 17. cxd3 O-O-O $15 {
Apicella,M-Prie,E/Brussels zt 1993/EXP 34/1/2-1/2 (49) }) (12. O-O {
Mueller,Ka } 12… Bd5 13. Nxd5 cxd5 14. Bd3 Bd6 15. c3 g6 16. Bd2 Qd8 17.
Kg2 gxh5 18. g5 Qe7 19. Qxh5 O-O-O $11 { 1/2-1/2
Westerinen,H-Prie,E/Andorra op 1994/TD 94\02 (41) }) 12… Bg2 { A nice
finesse -if White plays Rg3, then Black will gain a tempo with a later Bd6.
Still, if the game continuation is correct, then Black will have to stick
to 12…Bd5 } (12… Bd5 { Mueller,Ka } 13. Bd3 O-O-O (13… Bd6 14. Bd2
Qc7 15. Nxd5 cxd5 16. Qe2 Bf4 17. O-O-O O-O-O 18. Bxh7 Kb8 19. Bd3 Bxd2+
20. Qxd2 Nb6 21. g5 $14 { 1/2-1/2 Ochoa de Echaguen,F-Denker,A/New York op
1989/ CBM 12 (41) }) 14. Bd2 Qb6 15. Nxd5 exd5 $132 { 0-1
Rublevsky,S-Lastin,A/RUS-ch Elista 1995/CBM 50 (54) }) 13. Re3 $1 { I had
wanted to play 13.Rg3 which gives White a slight edge even though Black can
play Bd6, but a fresh look at a position during a game can often turn up
better moves than those found during home preparation! } (13. Rg3 {
Mueller,Ka } 13… Bd5 { und Bd6 kann mit Tempo folgen (eine der Ideen von
Bg2) }) 13… Nb6 (13… b5 14. Bd3 b4 15. Ne4 { White will be better after
the inevitable Bxe4 due to his two bishops and understandably Joel didn’t
want to resign himself to a worse position. }) 14. Bd3 $1 { I found this at
the board and therefore changed my mind about 13.Rg3 and went for 13. Re3 }
(14. Bb3 $6 c5 $1 { This gives Black good counterplay }) 14… Nd5 15. f3
$1 { The point, White is willing to jettison a few pawns and/or the
exchange, but snares the bishop on g2. Mueller,Ka: der Läufer g2 ist nun
lebendig begraben. Hatte Anand diese Idee vorbereitet ? } (15. Rg3 {
Mueller,Ka } 15… Nxc3 16. bxc3 Bd5 17. Bd2 Qa4 18. Qe2 b5 19. h6 O-O-O
$13 { 1-0 Bauer,C-Prie,E/FRA-ch 1996/EXP 54 (40) }) 15… Bb4 { Mueller,Ka:
sieht zwar sehr logisch aus, aktiviert in der Folge aber auch den weißen
Turm a1. Andere Möglichkeiten: } (15… Nxc3 16. bxc3 Qxc3+ 17. Bd2 Qxd4
18. Kf2 Bxf3 19. Kxf3 $16 (19. Kxf3 { Mueller,Ka } 19… Bc5 20. Kg2 O-O-O
$13)) (15… Nxe3 { Mueller,Ka } 16. Bxe3 Ba3 17. Bc1 (17. bxa3 Bxf3 18.
Qd2 Bxg4 19. h6 $15) 17… Bb4 18. Kf2 Bxc3 19. bxc3 Qxc3 20. Bd2 Qxd4+ 21.
Kxg2 $14) 16. Kf2 $1 Bxc3 (16… Nxc3 17. bxc3 Bxc3 18. Rb1 Bxd4 19. Kxg2
Bxe3 20. Bxe3 $16) 17. bxc3 Qxc3 18. Rb1 Qxd4 (18… Bxf3 19. Qxf3 Qxd4 20.
Rxb7 $16) (18… Nxe3 { Mueller,Ka } 19. Bxe3 Bxf3 20. Qxf3 O-O-O $13) 19.
Rxb7 Rd8 { Here I saw the possibility of g6 and when I realized that it
didn’t work because at a certain moment Black would simply play Kg8. Then I
saw the possibility of h6 – Kg8 could be met by Rg7+! Suddenly, all that
remained was to check all the details… } (19… Bh3 20. Rxf7 $1 { I
stopped here, but Joel saw two moves further! } 20… c5 { Black simply
protects his queen and threatens Kxf7 } 21. Rf5 $3 { Lautier } 21… Nxe3
22. Bxe3 Qb2 23. Rxc5 O-O 24. Kg3 $1 $18) (19… Nf4 20. Kg3 (20. Qe1 Qf6
21. Kg3 $16) 20… Qd6 21. Ba3 $1 { Fritz } 21… Nxh5+ (21… Qxa3 22. Be4
$1 $18 (22. Bb5 { [%cal Ge3a3,Gd1d7] Mueller,Ka } 22… Nd3 23. Bxc6+ Kf8
24. Rxd3 $18)) 22. Kxg2 Qg3+ 23. Kf1 $18) (19… e5 { Mueller,Ka } 20. c4 (
20. Qe1 Bxf3 21. c3 Qc5 (21… Nxc3 22. Kxf3 Qf4+ 23. Kg2 Qxg4+ 24. Kh2 $18
) 22. Kxf3 Nxe3 23. Bxe3 Qd6 24. Qb1 $16) 20… O-O-O (20… Nf4 21. Bb2
Nh3+ 22. Kxg2 Qxe3 23. Kxh3 $16) 21. cxd5 Kxb7 22. dxc6+ Kc7 23. Kxg2 $16)
(19… O-O-O { Mueller,Ka } 20. Rxf7 (20. Ba6 $4 { reizt zu hoch: } 20…
Qxd1 21. Rxf7+ Kb8 22. Rb3+ Nb6 23. Bf4+ Rd6 $19) 20… Kb8 21. Qg1 $18)
20. h6 $3 gxh6 $2 { This gave me a chance to have a really beautiful
finish. Black could still fight with Nxe3, but Joel hadn’t seen the idea
behind h5-h6 } (20… Nxe3 { Absolutely the only move which doesn’t lose }
21. Bxe3 Qe5 22. hxg7 Rg8 23. Qg1 (23. Bh6 Qh2 $1) 23… Bxf3 24. Kxf3 $16)
21. Bg6 $3 Ne7 (21… Qxe3+ 22. Bxe3 fxg6 (22… hxg6 { Mueller,Ka } 23.
Qd4 $18) 23. Bc5 $18) (21… Qf6 22. Bxf7+ Qxf7 23. Rxf7 Nxe3 24. Qxd8+ $1
(24. Qe2 Nd1+ 25. Kxg2 Kxf7 { Is not that clear, although White remains
much better }) 24… Kxd8 25. Bxe3 Bh3 26. Rxa7 $18) (21… Qxd1 {
Mueller,Ka } 22. Rxe6+ Kf8 23. Bxh6+ Kg8 24. Bxf7#) (21… Nxe3 {
Mueller,Ka } 22. Bxf7+ Kf8 23. Qxd4 Rxd4 24. Bxe3 $18) 22. Qxd4 Rxd4 23.
Rd3 $1 { Why bother with 23.Rxe6 Rd7 when this wins effortlessly? } 23…
Rd8 24. Rxd8+ Kxd8 25. Bd3 $1 (25. Bd3 Bh1 26. Bb2 Re8 27. Bf6 $18) 1-0

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