Chess PGN Game Match played Henrique Mecking vs Rustam Kasimdzhanov- in Corus-B, Open: Queen’s pawn game

Chess PGN Game Match played Henrique Mecking vs Rustam Kasimdzhanov- in Corus-B, Open: Queen's pawn game


Match between Henrique Mecking and Rustam Kasimdzhanov

Event: Corus-B

Variation: Queen’s pawn game

Eco code: A70

Pgn File:


[Event “Corus-B”]
[Site “Wijk aan Zee”]
[Date “2009.01.30”]
[Round “11”]
[White “Mecking, Henrique”]
[Black “Kasimdzhanov, Rustam”]
[Result “0-1”]
[WhiteElo “2567”]
[BlackElo “2687”]
[ECO “A70”]
[Annotator “Marin,M”]
[EventDate “2009.01.17”]
[PlyCount “180”]
[EventType “tourn”]
[EventRounds “13”]
[EventCountry “NED”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceDate “2009.03.25”]
[EventCategory “16”]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 c5 4. d5 d6 5. Nc3 exd5 6. cxd5 g6 7. e4 a6 {
This has become a popular method to prevent White from getting the optimal
setup based on h3 and Bd3. } 8. Qe2 $5 { A slightly exotic move, designed
and employed with success by Epishin. } 8… Bg4 ( { Mecking had had some
recent experience against } 8… Bg7 9. e5 dxe5 10. Qxe5+ Kf8 11. Bf4 ( {
This is a new move. I have investigated the alternatives in the notes to }
11. d6 { Harikrishna,P (2673) -Cheparinov,I (2618)/Pamplona 2005/CBM
111/[Marin,M] (1/2, 37) }) 11… Nbd7 12. Qc7 { This should not face Black
with any problems, because after the exchange of queens the black king
feels more comfortable. } (12. Qe3 Kg8 13. Be2 b5 { [%cal
Gh7h6,Gg8h7,Gf6g4] is not entirely clear either. }) 12… Qe7+ $2 { This is
just asking for trouble. } (12… Qxc7 13. Bxc7 b5 14. O-O-O Bb7 $13) 13.
Be2 Ne8 14. Qa5 b6 15. Qa3 Bb7 16. O-O h6 17. Rfe1 Qf6 18. Bg3 Nd6 19. Bd3
b5 $14 { /+/- Black has managed to establish a blockade, but needs several
tempi to get fully developed. } 20. Ne5 $6 { This move helps Black simplify
the position. } (20. Qa5 $5 { [%cal Ga5c7,Ga2a4] } 20… Rc8 21. Rad1 Kg8
22. Bh4 g5 23. Bg3 $16 { Black has no obvious way to connect rooks, while
White is fully mobilised. }) 20… Nxe5 21. Bxe5 b4 22. Bxf6 (22. Qb3 Qd8 {
[%cal Gg7e5,Gf8g7] }) 22… bxa3 23. Bxg7+ Kxg7 24. bxa3 Rhe8 25. Kf1 c4
26. Bc2 Nb5 $2 { The idea is correct, but the concrete form – rather
careless. } (26… Rxe1+ $1 27. Kxe1 Nb5 $11) 27. Rxe8 Rxe8 28. Ba4 Rc8 $2
(28… Ra8 $5 $14 { would anticipate the move recommended in the next
comment. }) 29. Nxb5 $2 (29. Bxb5 $1 axb5 30. Rb1 { [%csl Gc3] } 30… Ba6
31. Ke2 $16 { [%cal Gb1b4,Ga3a4] The knight is stronger than the bishop and
White is a pawn up. }) 29… axb5 30. Bxb5 Bxd5 31. Rc1 c3 $11 { Mecking,H
(2567)-Leitao,R (2590)/Internet ICC 2008/CBM 127 Extra (1/2, 38) }) 9. e5
dxe5 { Black refrains from the tempting exchange on f3, in order to avoid
the opening of the h3-c8 diagonal. In doing so, he took into account
another recent game by Mecking (see below). } ( { Since my comments to the
aforementioned game Harikrishna-Cheparinov, there have been some
developments after } 9… Bxf3 10. gxf3 dxe5 11. Qxe5+ Qe7 12. Qxe7+ (12.
Bf4 Qxe5+ 13. Bxe5 Nbd7 14. f4 Bg7 (14… Bh6 { [%csl Yf4] } 15. Bh3 O-O
16. O-O b5 17. Rad1 Ra7 18. Rfe1 $14 { Rowson,J (2599)-Ward,C
(2485)/Douglas 2005/CBM 107 ext (1-0, 50) }) 15. Bg2 Nxe5 $146 { This seems
to be s strong novelty. White will not manage to connect his pawns, because
of the weakness of the f4-square. } (15… O-O 16. O-O Nh5 17. Bd6 Rfe8 18.
Bc7 Ra7 19. Rae1 $16 { Epishin,V (2599)-Kovacevic,S (2367)/Seville 2005/CBM
104 ext (1-0, 31) }) 16. fxe5 Nh5 17. O-O Nf4 18. Rae1 O-O-O 19. Re3 Rhe8
20. Rfe1 c4 21. Bf1 b5 $132 { Epishin,V (2527)-Degraeve,J (2551)/Bad
Wiessee 2006/EXT 2007 (1/2, 41). It is far from clear whether White’s
central pawns are strong or weak. }) 12… Bxe7 13. Bh6 Bf8 14. Bg5 Bg7 15.
O-O-O O-O 16. Bh3 Nbd7 17. Rhe1 c4 18. Bxd7 $6 { White gives up his active
bishop for an illusion. } (18. d6 Nc5 19. Bf1 b5 20. Ne4 $14) 18… Nxd7
19. Be7 Rfe8 20. d6 Bxc3 21. bxc3 f6 22. f4 Kf7 $132 { Mecking,H
(2565)-Suba,M (2487)/Bazna 2008/ CBM 124 Extra (1/2, 71). White may have
overestimated this position when capturing on d7. In fact, the d6-pawn is
likely to become weak and, instinctively, I prefer Black already. }) 10.
Qxe5+ Qe7 (10… Be7 $6 11. Bh6 Bxf3 12. gxf3 Nbd7 13. Qe3 Qc7 14. Bf4 $18
{ Epishin,V (2610)-Gofshtein,L (2522) /playchess.com INT 2004/CBM 099 ext
(1-0, 28) }) 11. Qxe7+ { Mecking keeps playing in the same way as against
Suba, but, not having any special perspectives for his light-squared
bishop, he will not get anywhere. } ( { In the event of } 11. Bf4 { , apart
from transposing above with 11…Bxf3, Black could try } 11… Nbd7 12.
Qxe7+ Bxe7 13. O-O-O O-O-O 14. d6 { This is the only way to question the
viability of Black’s plan, but it is double edged, because the d6-pawn may
become vulnerable. } (14. Be2 Nh5 15. Be3 Bd6 { Black is relatively stable,
because } 16. Ne4 { can be answered with } 16… Bf4 $1 17. Rhe1 Rhe8 $132)
14… Bf8 15. Bc4 (15. Be2 { [%cal Gf3g5] } 15… h6 16. h3 Be6 17. Rhe1 g5
18. Bh2 Bg7 $13) 15… Nh5 16. Bg5 (16. Be3 Bxf3 17. gxf3 Ne5 18. Bd5 Bxd6
19. Ne4 Be7 $13 20. Nxc5 $2 Bxc5 21. Bxc5 Nf4 $19 { [%cal Gf4d5,Gf4d3] })
16… f6 17. Be3 Nb6 $13 { [%csl Gd6] }) 11… Bxe7 12. Bh6 Nbd7 13. O-O-O
O-O-O 14. Be2 ( { With the bishop on h6, } 14. d6 Bf8 { would promise White
even less. The d6-pawn risks becoming vulnerable. }) 14… Bd6 $11 { Black
has achieved a comfortable blockade. Although the position looks more or
less equal, in the long run it may offer Black better chances, especially
in the event of simplifications. } 15. h3 Bxf3 16. Bxf3 Kc7 17. a4 Rhe8 18.
Rhe1 Rxe1 19. Rxe1 Ne5 20. Be2 Re8 21. Rd1 Ned7 22. Be3 Ne4 23. Nxe4 Rxe4
24. b3 Bf4 25. Bxf4+ Rxf4 26. d6+ Kd8 27. Bf3 b6 28. Re1 c4 29. b4 Rf6 30.
Bb7 a5 31. bxa5 bxa5 32. Bc6 Rxd6 33. Bb5 Rd4 34. Kc2 Nb6 35. Re8+ Kc7 36.
Re7+ Kd6 37. Rxf7 Nd5 38. Rxh7 c3 39. Rd7+ Kc5 40. Rxd5+ Rxd5 41. Kxc3 Rd4
42. g3 g5 43. Be8 Rd8 44. Bh5 Rd6 45. Be2 Rf6 46. f3 Rd6 47. Bb5 Rd1 48. h4
gxh4 49. gxh4 Rh1 50. Kd3 Rxh4 51. Ke3 Kd5 52. f4 Rh3+ 53. Kd2 Rf3 54. Kc2
Kd4 55. f5 Rxf5 { I have extensively examined this type of ending in my
comments for Chessbase.com, to the game Radjabov,T (2735)-Van Wely,L
(2681)/Wijk aan Zee 2008/[Mihail Marin] (1/2, 85). } 56. Kb2 $4 {
Instinctively, it may seem logical to keep the king close to the pawn, but
not that close! The proximity of the corner will offer Black mating ideas.
It is strange that such a great player of the old school did not remember
(or simply know) this simple detail. It remains beyond any doubt that
Fischer, the man whome Mecking considered to be his main rival in the
Occidental world, would indicate the correct defensive method even when
sleeping. } (56. Kd2 $11) 56… Rc5 57. Kb3 Ke3 58. Kb2 Kd2 59. Be8 Rc4 60.
Bd7 Rb4+ 61. Ka2 Kc3 62. Be6 Rxa4+ 63. Kb1 Re4 64. Bf7 Rf4 65. Bg8 Rf2 66.
Bd5 Kb4 67. Bg8 Ka3 68. Bd5 Rb2+ 69. Ka1 Rd2 70. Be4 Ra2+ 71. Kb1 Re2 72.
Bd5 Re1+ 73. Kc2 Re5 74. Bf7 Rb5 75. Be6 Rb2+ 76. Kc1 Rb6 77. Bf7 Rb7 78.
Bd5 Rb8 79. Be6 Rb2 80. Bf7 Rb6 81. Kc2 Ka4 82. Bh5 Rf6 83. Bg4 Kb4 84. Bd7
a4 85. Bg4 a3 86. Kb1 Rf1+ 87. Ka2 Rf2+ 88. Ka1 a2 89. Be2 Ka3 90. Bc4 Rc2
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