Chess PGN Game Match played Viswanathan Anand vs Peter Svidler- in Linares 16th, Open: King’s Indian defence, 3.Nc3

Chess PGN Game Match played Viswanathan Anand vs Peter Svidler- in Linares 16th, Open: King's Indian defence, 3.Nc3

Match between Viswanathan Anand and Peter Svidler

Event: Linares 16th

Variation: King’s Indian defence, 3.Nc3

Eco code: D97

Pgn File:

[Event “Linares 16th”]
[Site “Linares”]
[Date “1999.02.27”]
[Round “6”]
[White “Anand, Viswanathan”]
[Black “Svidler, Peter”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2781”]
[BlackElo “2713”]
[ECO “D97”]
[Annotator “Anand,V”]
[EventDate “1999.02.21”]
[PlyCount “61”]
[EventType “tourn”]
[EventRounds “14”]
[EventCountry “ESP”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceDate “1999.06.08”]
[EventCategory “20”]

1. d4 { I had an idea in the Qb3 Grunfeld that I had wanted to try. In Wijk
aan Zee, Kasparov entered the same system against Svidler, but he had
another idea in mind. Now it was my chance. } 1… Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 d5
4. Nf3 Bg7 5. Qb3 dxc4 6. Qxc4 O-O 7. e4 a6 { Svidler repeats the Hungarian
system. } 8. e5 b5 9. Qb3 Nfd7 10. h4 { Kasparov played e6, but I assumed
that Svidler had improved on that. } 10… c5 11. e6 c4 { I had briefly
acquainted myself with the theory of this move, but had concentrated on
Black’s alternatives. } 12. Qd1 Nb6 13. exf7+ Rxf7 14. h5 Nc6 15. hxg6 hxg6
16. Be3 { This is all theory. The main move is 16… Bg4, but Svidler had
something else in mind. } 16… Bf5 $1 { Svidler said that he was surprised
that this natural move had hardly ever been played. } 17. Ng5 { Obviously,
the difference between Bf5 and Bg4. I thought it would be better not to
follow Lputian-Sokolov blindly, so when I saw this plan, I decided to go
for it.This is the sort of thing one shouldn’t really do this without
developing all his pieces, but if you already played h4 on move 10, then it
doesn’t matter. However, this move isn’t totally illogical. White wants to
play g4 and Bg2 instead of placing the bishop on e2. Still, Black seems to
be OK after this move. } (17. Be2 Nb4 18. Rc1 { I remembered that
Lputian-Sokolov had reached this position. } 18… e5 $1 { Later I
discovered that this was played in Kroeze-Van Haastert Wijk aan Zee 1998.
(No, not Hoogovens, but Sonnevanck!). I havent’ checked everything, but it
looks good for Black. }) 17… Rf6 (17… Nxd4 { Black seems to have enough
compensation here. } { For instance } 18. Nxf7 Kxf7 19. Rc1 e5 20. g4 Be6
21. Bg2 Ra7) 18. g4 Be6 $1 { The bishop goes for the d5 square. } (18…
Bd7 19. Bg2) 19. Nce4 (19. Bg2 Bd5 20. Nxd5 Nxd5 $15) 19… Bd5 20. Qd2 (
20. Nxf6+ exf6 21. Nf3 Qd7 { Gives Black too much ~/= for the exchange! })
20… Rd6 $2 { This wins the d-pawn (White can hardly save it now, but
White’s attack on the h-file more than compensates. } (20… Qd7 $1 {
Svidler. The idea is that Black can now meet f3 with Rxf3. It is difficult
to analyse a position like this. White has many options – he can play the
immediate f4 or interpolate Rd1 and Rd8 first or Bg2 and so on. The usual
cop out “unclear” seems called for! }) 21. f3 $1 { Now the rook will be
sorely missed on the f-file. } 21… Bxe4 (21… Nxd4 $2 22. Bxd4 Bxe4 23.
Qh2 $18 (23. Bxg7 Rxd2 24. Be5 $18)) 22. fxe4 Nd7 (22… Nxd4 23. Bxd4 $1 {
This seems to work and is much simpler. } (23. Qh2 { I considered this
during the game. White plays Bxc4+ and follows up with Qh7+ and castles
check, but afterwards a simpler win presented itself. } 23… e5) 23…
Rxd4 (23… Bxd4 24. Qh2 Bg7 (24… Kf8 25. e5) 25. e5 $1 Rc6 26. Be2 $18)
24. Qf2 $1 (24. Qh2 Qd6 $1 25. Bxc4+ Nxc4 26. Qh7+ Kf8) 24… Qf8 (24…
Bf6 25. Rh8+ $1 $18) 25. Qh4 Qf6 26. Be2 $1 { Black seems to have no
defence against Qh7+ and Rf1. }) 23. Qh2 Nf8 { If White gets Qh7 in, then
it’s usually over. } (23… Qb6 24. Bxc4+ bxc4 25. Qh7+ Kf8 26. O-O+ Nf6
27. Qxg6 Kg8 28. Qf7+ Kh8 29. Rf3 Nxg4 30. Rh3+ Rh6 (30… Nh6 31. Qf5 Kg8
32. Qh7+ Kf8 33. Rf1+ Ke8 (33… Rf6 34. Ne6+ $18) 34. Qxg7 $18) 31. Rxh6+
Nxh6 32. Qg6 Kg8 33. Rf1 $18) 24. e5 $1 (24. d5 Ne5 { Allows Black to keep
fighting. }) 24… Rd7 (24… Rxd4 { Fails to… } 25. Qf2 Qa5+ 26. Ke2 $18
) 25. Ne6 $1 Qa5+ (25… Nxe6 26. Bxc4 $1 { A recurring theme. } 26… Qa5+
(26… bxc4 27. Qh7+ Kf7 28. O-O+ $18) 27. Bd2 Qxd2+ 28. Kxd2 Rxd4+ 29. Ke3
bxc4 30. Qh7+ Kf7 31. Raf1+ $18) 26. Bd2 Nxe5 $1 (26… Qb6 27. Nxg7 $18)
27. Be2 $1 c3 (27… Qb6 28. Nxf8 $18) 28. Bxc3 $6 (28. bxc3 $1 Nf7 { Gives
White a better version of the next variation. }) 28… b4 29. Nxg7 bxc3 $2
{ Svidler thought he was lost already and didn’t find his last chance. } (
29… Nf7 $1 30. Bd2 Kxg7 $16 { The open h-file and his two bishops promise
White a massive edge, but Black is still fighting. Also, White has to watch
the d4 pawn. }) 30. Qh8+ Kf7 31. O-O+ { The reason why Peter played on so
long – he wanted to finish a game where White plays 0-0+ winning.
Unfortunately, it was published in the net as 31.Rf1+ resigns and it took a
while for this to be corrected. Still, for the record, 31.0-0+ was the last
move. } 1-0

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