Chess PGN Game Match played John DM Nunn vs Michal Krasenkow- in GER CupT final, Open: Sicilian – Nimzovich-Rossolimo attack (without …d6)

Chess PGN Game Match played John DM Nunn vs Michal Krasenkow- in GER CupT final, Open: Sicilian - Nimzovich-Rossolimo attack (without ...d6)


Match between John DM Nunn and Michal Krasenkow

Event: GER CupT final

Variation: Sicilian – Nimzovich-Rossolimo attack (without …d6)

Eco code: B30

Pgn File:


[Event “GER CupT final”]
[Site “Baden-Baden”]
[Date “2002.03.10”]
[Round “2.3”]
[White “Nunn, John DM”]
[Black “Krasenkow, Michal”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2595”]
[BlackElo “2632”]
[ECO “B30”]
[Annotator “Finkel,A”]
[EventDate “2002.03.08”]
[PlyCount “83”]
[EventType “team”]
[EventRounds “2”]
[EventCountry “GER”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceDate “2002.03.21”]
[WhiteTeam “Luebeck”]
[BlackTeam “Baden Oos”]
[WhiteTeamCountry “GER”]
[BlackTeamCountry “GER”]

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 e6 4. O-O Nge7 5. c3 a6 6. Ba4 b5 7. Bc2 Bb7 8.
Qe2 d5 (8… Ng6 9. d4 cxd4 10. cxd4 Nh4 11. Nbd2 Rc8 12. d5 Ne5 $5 (12…
Na5 13. Bd3 Ng6 14. g3 Be7 15. dxe6 dxe6 16. a4 $1 bxa4 17. Bxa6 $16 {
[%csl Ra4,Ra5, Rg6] Tkachiev,V-Ansell,S/London Lloyds 1994 }) 13. Nd4 g5 $5
{ [%csl Ge5][%cal Gh4g6] } 14. a4 b4 15. N2b3 g4 (15… Nhg6 $5) 16. Rd1
$14 { Tkachiev,V-San Segundo,P/ch-ESP Team, Ampuriabrava ESP 1997 }) 9. a4
$5 (9. e5 Qb6 (9… d4 10. Be4 Ng6 (10… Nd5 11. cxd4 cxd4 12. d3 Be7 13.
Nbd2 Nf4 14. Qd1 Ng6 15. Nb3 Qb6 16. Re1 $14 { Moreno,J-Magem Badals,J/Cala
Galdana 1999/EXT 2000 }) 11. d3 Be7 12. cxd4 cxd4 13. Nbd2 Qb6 (13… O-O
14. Nb3 Qb6 15. h4 Rfd8 ( { Loosing a pawn } 15… a5 16. h5 a4 17. Bxc6
Bxc6 18. Nbxd4 Nh8 19. Nxc6 Qxc6 20. Bg5 Bxg5 21. Nxg5 h6 22. Ne4 $16 {
Tkachiev,V-Cherniaev,A/Biel 1994/1-0 (68) }) 16. h5 Nf8 $8 17. h6 g6 18.
Bg5 $14 { [%csl Rc5,Rd6,Rf6] Pavasovic,D-Oral,T/Baden 1999/CBM 71 }) 14.
Nb3 Rc8 (14… O-O 15. h4 a5 16. h5 a4 17. Bxc6 Bxc6 18. Nbxd4 Nh8 19. Nxc6
Qxc6 20. Bg5 $16 { Tkachiev,V-Cherniaev,A/Biel 1994/TD }) 15. Bd2 O-O 16.
h4 Rfd8 17. h5 Nf8 18. Rac1 b4 19. h6 $14 { Burnett,R-Van der
Weide,K/Groningen 1999/CBM 73 }) 10. Rd1 d4 11. Be4 Ng6 12. d3 Be7 13. cxd4
cxd4 14. Nbd2 (14. Na3 Bd8 15. Nc2 Bc7 16. Ncxd4 $1 Ncxe5 17. Nxe5 Nxe5 18.
Nxe6 Qxe6 19. Bxb7 Rb8 $44 { Totsky,L-Belikov,V/RUS 1995/CBM 48 }) 14…
O-O 15. Nb3 Rfd8 16. h4 $14 { Tkachiev,V-Pinski,J/Geneve 1997/EXT 98 }) (9.
d4 cxd4 10. exd5 Nxd5 11. cxd4 Be7 12. Nc3 Ncb4 13. Bb1 Rc8 $13 {
Richter,W-Kosten,A/Germany 1998/EXT 99 }) 9… b4 (9… dxe4 $5 10. Bxe4 b4
11. d4 cxd4 12. cxd4 Nd5 $13) 10. d4 $5 { Now all the pawns in the center
could be exchanged at some stage! } 10… bxc3 $6 { Dubious decision. } (
10… cxd4 $5 11. cxd4 dxe4 12. Bxe4 Nd5 $13) 11. dxc5 cxb2 12. Bxb2 d4 $5
{ White bishop on g2 is very strong, so I can understand black attempting
to close diagonal a1-h8. } (12… dxe4 13. Bxe4 Ng6 14. Qe3 $14 { [%csl
Rg7][%cal Gb2h8] }) 13. e5 $5 Nd5 14. Nbd2 Bxc5 15. Ne4 Be7 16. Rfd1 Ncb4
$5 (16… Qc7 17. Nxd4 Nxe5 18. Nb5 $1 axb5 19. Bxe5 Qxe5 20. Qxb5+ Kf8 21.
Qxb7 $14) 17. Rxd4 Nxc2 18. Qxc2 Rc8 { Unfortunately for black the castle
is taboo: } (18… O-O $2 19. Nf6+ $1 gxf6 (19… Nxf6 $2 20. Rxd8 $18) (
19… Bxf6 20. exf6 g6 21. Qd2 $16 { [%cal Gd4h4,Gd2h6] }) 20. exf6 Bxf6
21. Rg4+ Kh8 22. Ng5 $18) 19. Qd3 Qb6 20. Ba3 $1 { [%csl Gd6][%cal Ge4d6] }
20… Nf4 21. Nd6+ $5 Bxd6 22. Rxd6 $1 Qa5 $6 { Much better was } (22…
Nxd3 23. Rxb6 Bxf3 24. gxf3 Nxe5 $132 { with uncear position in which
white’s inititive fully compensates him for the lack of pawn. }) 23. Qe3
Qc3 24. Qxc3 Ne2+ 25. Kf1 Nxc3 26. Rb6 $16 { [%csl Re8] Black king is
destinied to remain in the center till the end of th game. } 26… Bd5 27.
Rc1 f6 28. Bb2 $1 (28. Nd4 $6 Kf7 29. Rb7+ Kg6 $13) 28… Bc4+ 29. Ke1 Nxa4
30. Rb4 Nxb2 31. Rxb2 { [%cal Gb2c2] } 31… Kd7 $8 32. Rb7+ Kd8 (32… Kc6
33. Rxg7 Kd5 34. exf6 $16) 33. Rxg7 Bd5 34. Rxc8+ Kxc8 35. exf6 Rf8 36. f7
Kd7 37. Ne5+ Kd6 38. f4 a5 39. Rxh7 $1 a4 40. g4 a3 41. Rh3 a2 42. Ra3 {
[%cal Gg4g7] } 1-0

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