Chess PGN Game Match played Ketevan Arakhamia Grant vs Vassily V Smyslov- in Cancan Veterans-Women, Open: Scotch game

Chess PGN Game Match played Ketevan Arakhamia Grant vs Vassily V Smyslov- in Cancan Veterans-Women, Open: Scotch game


Match between Ketevan Arakhamia Grant and Vassily V Smyslov

Event: Cancan Veterans-Women

Variation: Scotch game

Eco code: C45

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[Event “Cancan Veterans-Women”]
[Site “Roquebrune”]
[Date “1998.09.08”]
[Round “2”]
[White “Arakhamia Grant, Ketevan”]
[Black “Smyslov, Vassily V”]
[Result “1/2-1/2”]
[WhiteElo “2420”]
[BlackElo “2500”]
[ECO “C45”]
[Annotator “Mikhalevski,V”]
[EventDate “1998.09.07”]
[PlyCount “64”]
[EventType “schev”]
[EventRounds “12”]
[EventCountry “FRA”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceDate “1998.11.30”]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Bc5 5. Nxc6 Qf6 6. Qd2 dxc6 7. Nc3
Ne7 (7… Qe7 { is getting popular(see Rublevsky- Morozevich,1998 (CBM66)
and Landa-Ibragimov,1998 (CBM67) }) 8. Qf4 Be6 { This move has become
popular after Anand-Shirov,linares 1997.Let’s give word to Shirov.He says:
I made this move quickly but since Anand sank into thought I realised that
I probably confused something. It’s true because in fact Topalov played } (
8… Ng6 9. Qxf6 gxf6 { . But it seems that my move (‘home-prepared’ as any
other commentator would put it) appears to be a good novelty. White anyway
will be forced to change queens and Black gets even quicker development
than in case of 8…Ng6. }) 9. Qxf6 gxf6 10. Na4 { ‘N+/-!’ Timoshenko,G } (
10. Bh6 { ‘N!?’ Nadanian,A. } 10… Rg8 (10… Bd4 $5) 11. Rd1 Rd8 $6 (
11… f5 $1 12. g3 (12. exf5 Nxf5 $11) (12. a3 $5) 12… Bb4 $1 13. Bd3
fxe4 14. Bxe4 Bxa2 15. O-O (15. Bxh7 $2 Bxc3+ 16. bxc3 Rh8 $19) 15… Bxc3
16. bxc3 Bd5 $1 (16… Be6 $5 17. h4 $1 { /\ Bg5~/= }) 17. Rfe1 Bxe4 18.
Rxe4 Rg6 19. Rde1 (19. Bf4 $6 Re6 $15) 19… Re6 20. Rxe6 fxe6 21. Rxe6 Kf7
$11) 12. Rxd8+ Kxd8 13. g3 Bd4 (13… Bb4 { 1-0 Vorobiov-Demianjuk/ Moscow
1998/CBM63(41) }) 14. Bd3 $1 Kc8 (14… Bxc3+ $6 15. bxc3 Bxa2 16. c4 $16)
15. Bd2 $1 f5 16. b3 $1 $14 { Minasian-Nadanian,Armenia(ch) 1997 }) (10. f4
f5 11. Bd2 { Shirov: Anand rejected } (11. Na4 Bb4+ 12. c3 Bd6 13. e5 b5)
11… O-O-O 12. O-O-O Rhg8 13. g3 h5 $5 { Shirov: Black still has some
positional disadvantage and his chances are in active play. Now White opts
for a forced line that at the end of all leads to draw. } 14. Bh3 (14. Be2
h4 15. gxh4 Rg2) 14… h4 15. Na4 $1 { Shirov: Now it looks like Black is
in danger as the f5 pawn is going to be hanging. So thought I but after
some half an hour of thought I found more or less clear path to draw. }
15… Bf2 16. Bb4 Rxd1+ $1 17. Rxd1 (17. Kxd1 hxg3 18. hxg3 Kd8) 17… hxg3
18. hxg3 { Shirov: No time for } (18. Bxe7 gxh2) 18… b5 $1 19. Bxe7 bxa4
20. Bxf5 { Shirov: It was important to notice in advance that after } (20.
exf5 Bxa2) 20… Bxf5 21. exf5 Be3+ 22. Kb1 Rxg3 23. Rd8+ Kb7 24. a3 Bxf4
25. Rf8 Be5 { 1/2-1/2 Anand-Shirov,linares 1997 } (25… Be5 26. Rxf7 Rg1+
27. Ka2 Rg2 28. Kb1 Rg1+)) 10… Bb6 $5 $146 { The contribution of 7-th
World Champion in new theory.The text move doesn’t look logical as Black is
parting with one of his bishops,but let’s look the game and we’ll see that
it’s not bad at all. } ( { Almost in all known games White played } 10…
Bb4+ 11. c3 { ‘!’ Timoshenko,G. } (11. Bd2 Bxd2+ 12. Kxd2 f5 (12… O-O-O+
13. Bd3 b6 { 1-0 Shaked,T-Benjamin,J/New York 1998/CBM 64/[Mikhalevski,V]
(45) } (13… f5)) 13. Re1 O-O-O+ 14. Kc1 fxe4 15. Nc5 Bf5 16. Nxe4 Nd5 17.
Bd3 Bg6 18. Nc5 b6 19. Bxg6 hxg6 20. Nd3 $14 { 1-0 Palac,M-Malaniuk,V/4th
World Team Ch, Lucerne SUI 1997 (41) }) 11… Bd6 12. Be3 b6 (12… f5 13.
Bd4 Rg8 (13… f6 14. Bxf6 Rf8 15. Bd4 $1 (15. e5 b5 16. Bg7 Rg8 17. exd6
cxd6 $13) 15… fxe4 16. Nc5 $16) 14. e5 b5 15. exd6 (15. Nc5 Bxc5 16. Bxc5
Ng6 $14) 15… cxd6 16. Nc5 dxc5 17. Bxc5 $14 { [%cal Ga2a4] 1/2-1/2
Moroz,A-Timoshenko, G/Enakievo 1997/Inf 70/[Timoshenko,G] (33) }) (12…
Rg8 13. f4 $16) 13. f4 Bd7 (13… c5 14. c4 O-O-O 15. Nc3 c6 16. Rd1 Kb7
17. Kf2 f5 18. e5 Bc7 19. Be2 h5 20. b3 h4 21. Bf3 a6 22. a4 a5 23. Nb5 Bb8
24. Nc3 Bc7 25. Rxd8 Bxd8 26. Rd1 Kc7 27. Rd6 { 1/2-1/2
Kolev,A-Korneev,O/Open, Malaga ESP 1998 (27) }) 14. c4 Bb4+ 15. Bd2 Bxd2+
16. Kxd2 O-O-O 17. Nc3 Ng6 18. g3 h5 19. Ke3 h4 20. Be2 f5 21. e5 Rhe8 22.
Kf2 $14 { 1/2-1/2 Lautier,J-Shirov,A/Amber Rapid, Monte Carlo MON 1998
(108) }) (10… Bd6 11. f4 (11. Be3 f5 12. Bd4 Rg8 13. e5 Rg4 $132 {
Moroz,A }) 11… Rg8 12. Bd2 Bg4 13. f5 h5 14. Be3 h4 15. Nc5 O-O-O { and
Black is OK.1-0 Parligras,M-Bazant,P/Eu Youth bu18, Mureck AUT 1998 (34) })
11. Bd2 Rg8 12. f4 f5 13. e5 O-O-O 14. Nxb6+ (14. O-O-O Bf2 $5) 14… cxb6
{ Let’s look at this strange pawn structure: pawn ending would be lost for
Black as White has an extra pawn on the king side,but now king side is
well-blocked,black’s rook is active on the semiopen g-file and Black can
develop initiative on the queen side where he has double,but an exra pawn.
} 15. O-O-O c5 16. Rg1 Nc6 17. b3 a5 18. Bd3 Kc7 19. Rde1 (19. Kb2 $5)
19… Nb4 $1 { Now White has to say good-bye to her bishop as pawn on a2 is
hanging. } 20. Bxb4 axb4 $15 { Pawn structure has changed in the Black’s
favour and White has to be careful to hold the position. } 21. Kb2 { The’a’
pawn has to be protected. } 21… Rd4 22. g3 Kc6 23. Rd1 Rgd8 { [%cal
Gb6b5,Gc5c4] } 24. Be2 { White changes rooks and equalizes. } 24… Rxd1 (
24… Rd2 $6 { would let White move Black’s king out of the centre. } 25.
Bf3+ $1 (25. Kc1) 25… Kc7 26. Rxd2 Rxd2 27. Rg2 Rd4 28. a3 $14 { [%cal
Ga3b4,Gb2c1,Gg2d2] }) 25. Rxd1 Rxd1 26. Bxd1 Kd5 $1 $11 { First of all
Black has to make active his king. } 27. Kc1 (27. Bf3+ { is dangerous,but
possible despite pawns on the king side are becoming target for the Black’s
king. } 27… Kd4 28. Bxb7 Bd5 $5 { despite an exra pawn the pawn ending is
in the Black’s favour thanks to the active king. } (28… Ke3 29. Kc1 $1 {
White has to be in time on f2. } (29. c4 Kf2 30. Bd5 h5 $1 { and White has
to look for escape as Ke3-f2-g1:h2:g3 is threatening. } ( { but not } 30…
Kg1 $2 31. Bxe6 fxe6 32. g4 $1 fxg4 33. f5 $1 Kxh2 34. fxe6 g3 35. e7 g2
36. e8=Q g1=Q 37. Qh5+ Kg3 38. Qg5+ Kf2 39. Qxg1+ Kxg1 40. e6 { and White
wins }) 31. Kc2 Kg1 32. h3 (32. h4 $5 Kf2 33. Kd3 Kxg3 34. Ke3 { and White
keep equality. }) 32… Kf2 33. Kd3 $1 (33. Bxe6 $2 fxe6 34. g4 hxg4 35.
hxg4 fxg4 36. f5 exf5 37. e6 g3 38. e7 g2 39. e8=Q g1=Q $17) 33… Kxg3 34.
Ke3 h4 35. Bc6 { and White survive. } 35… Kxh3 $140 36. Kf3 $11) 29…
Kf2 (29… h5 30. Kd1 $1 h4 $5 (30… Kf2 31. Kd2) 31. Ke1 (31. gxh4 Kxf4
32. h5 Kxe5 $11) 31… hxg3 32. hxg3 $11 { Positional draw as only bishops
are mobile,but they can’t change anything. }) 30. Kd2 Kg1 31. Ke3 Kxh2 32.
Kf2 $11) 29. Bc8 $142 (29. Bxd5 $2 Kxd5 30. c3 (30. Kc1 Ke4 31. Kd2 Kf3 32.
Kd3 h5 (32… Kg2 $2 33. g4 fxg4 34. f5 Kxh2 35. e6 fxe6 36. fxe6 g3 37. e7
g2 38. e8=Q g1=Q 39. Qh5+ $11) 33. Kc4 (33. Kd2 Kg2 34. Ke3 Kxh2 35. Kf2
Kh3 36. Kf3 h4 $19) 33… Kg2 34. Kd5 Kxh2 35. e6 fxe6+ 36. Kxe6 Kxg3 37.
Kxf5 h4 { and Black is first. }) 30… Ke4 31. cxb4 cxb4 32. Kc2 h5 $1 33.
Kd2 Kf3 34. Ke1 Kg2 35. Ke2 Kxh2 36. Kf2 Kh3 37. Kf3 h4 { and Black wins. }
) 29… Be6 30. Bb7 $11 (30. Bxe6 $2 { loses. } 30… fxe6 31. Kc1 Ke3 32.
Kd1 h5 $1 (32… Kf3 $5 33. Ke1 h5 $19 { [%cal Gh5h4] } (33… Kg2 34. g4
fxg4 35. f5 exf5 36. e6 h5 (36… f4 37. e7 f3 38. e8=Q f2+ 39. Kd2 f1=Q
$19))) 33. Ke1 h4 $19)) 27… Ke4 28. Kd2 b5 { [%cal Gc5c4,Ge6d5] } 29. Bh5
Bd5 30. Ke2 Kd4 { [%cal Gd4c3] } 31. Kd2 c4 32. Bd1 Be4 $11 { and activity
of Black’s king compensates damaged pawn structure. } 1/2-1/2

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