Chess PGN Game Match played Peter Leko vs Yasser Seirawan- in Istanbul ol (Men) 34th, Open: French – Fort Knox variation

Chess PGN Game Match played Peter Leko vs Yasser Seirawan- in Istanbul ol (Men) 34th, Open: French - Fort Knox variation


Match between Peter Leko and Yasser Seirawan

Event: Istanbul ol (Men) 34th

Variation: French – Fort Knox variation

Eco code: C10

Pgn File:


[Event “Istanbul ol (Men) 34th”]
[Site “Istanbul”]
[Date “2000.11.07”]
[Round “10.1”]
[White “Leko, Peter”]
[Black “Seirawan, Yasser”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2743”]
[BlackElo “2647”]
[ECO “C10”]
[Annotator “Finkel,A”]
[EventDate “2000.10.28”]
[PlyCount “131”]
[EventType “team-swiss”]
[EventRounds “14”]
[EventCountry “TUR”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceDate “2000.11.22”]
[WhiteTeam “Hungary”]
[BlackTeam “US of America”]
[WhiteTeamCountry “HUN”]
[BlackTeamCountry “USA”]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 dxe4 4. Nxe4 Bd7 5. Nf3 Bc6 6. Bd3 Nd7 7. O-O Ngf6
8. Ng3 Be7 9. Re1 O-O 10. c3 Bxf3 (10… b6 11. Bf4 Bd6 12. Ne5 Nxe5 13.
dxe5 Nd5 14. Bd2 Be7 15. Qg4 $40 { Paramos Dominguez,R-Teran
Alvarez,I/ESP-chT 1996 }) (10… Re8 11. Bf4 a5 12. Qe2 Bf8 13. Rad1 Bxf3
14. Qxf3 c6 15. h4 Qb6 16. Re2 $14 { Sokolov,I-Suba,M/Antwerpen op 1996 })
11. Qxf3 c6 12. Bf4 { White’s play in the following game is simply perfect
and looks very simple and logical. } (12. Bd2 Re8 13. Rad1 (13. Re2 Nf8 14.
Ne4 Nxe4 15. Bxe4 Bg5 16. Be3 Ng6 17. g3 Qf6 $11 { Pert,N-Waters,C/ch-GBR
2000 }) 13… Qb6 14. Bc1 Rad8 15. Bc2 a5 16. Nf1 Qc7 17. Ne3 b5 18. a4 Bd6
19. g3 $14 { Spasov,V-Foisor,C/Open 2000 }) (12. Bg5 $5 Qa5 13. h4 $5 Rfe8
14. a4 Rad8 15. Bf4 Qd5 (15… Nd5 $2 { [%csl Ra5] } 16. b4 $1 $18) 16. Qe2
$1 Nf8 17. Bc4 Qd7 18. h5 $1 $14 { [%csl Rf8] Zontakh,A-Abatino,M/ Leonardo
di Bono mem 1999 }) (12. h4 Re8 13. Bg5 Qc7 14. Rad1 Rad8 15. Ne4 Nxe4 16.
Qxe4 Nf8 17. Qg4 Bxg5 18. Qxg5 Rd5 19. Qg4 Nd7 $11 { Sermek,D-Bukal,V/
CRO-chT 1995 }) 12… Re8 (12… Nd5 13. Bd2 (13. Ne4 N7f6 14. Be5 Nxe4 15.
Qxe4 g6 16. Rad1 Nf6 17. Qf3 Nd7 18. Bf4 $14 {
Koglin,A-Penndorf,D/Wuerzburg op 1991 }) 13… Re8 14. a3 Nf8 15. c4 Nf6
16. Bc3 Qc7 17. Rad1 $14 { Di Tomaso,O-Varela, G/Buenos Aires CAA op 1993 }
) (12… Qb6 13. a4 a5 14. Qe2 Nd5 15. Be5 N7f6 16. f4 Nd7 $132 {
Roisman,F-Belpoliti,E/Panamerican-ch 1996 }) 13. Rad1 Nf8 14. a3 $5 Ng6 (
14… Nd5 15. Bc1 b5 16. Ne4 Nd7 17. g3 N7f6 18. h4 Rc8 $14) 15. Bc1 Qc7
16. Ne4 Nxe4 17. Bxe4 Rad8 18. g3 Rd7 19. h4 Nf8 20. Bf4 Qd8 (20… Bd6 21.
Be3) 21. b4 $5 { This move is untypical for this kind of positions,but
white takes advantage of the fact that black knight on f8 is out of play
and wins space on the quenside. } 21… Bd6 22. Be3 a6 23. c4 f5 $6 { [%csl
Re6] After this move black remains with perpetual weakness on e6. } (23…
Qc7) 24. Bc2 Rf7 25. Bg5 Qb8 26. Bc1 Qd8 (26… f4 27. g4 Ng6 28. h5 Nh4
29. Qe4 $16) 27. Bg5 $1 Qb8 28. Kg2 h6 29. Bc1 Qd8 30. Rh1 $1 (30. h5 {
[%cal Gg3g4] } 30… Nh7 31. Bb2 Ng5) 30… Qf6 31. Bb2 Bb8 32. Bc3 Kh8 33.
Rde1 Nd7 (33… Ba7) 34. Re2 e5 35. dxe5 Bxe5 (35… Nxe5 36. Qf4 $18 {
[%cal Gc3f6] }) 36. Rhe1 Ree7 37. Bxe5 Rxe5 (37… Nxe5 38. Qc3 Ng6 (38…
f4 39. Rxe5 fxg3 40. Qxg3 $18) 39. Qxf6 gxf6 40. Bxf5 $18) 38. Rxe5 Nxe5
39. Qf4 Ng6 40. Re8+ Kh7 (40… Nf8 41. Re5 $18 { [%csl Rf5] }) 41. Qf3 Nf8
42. h5 $1 { [%csl Rf5][%cal Gg3g4] } 42… g6 43. hxg6+ Nxg6 44. Qe3 Kg7 (
44… f4 45. gxf4 Qxf4 46. Qxf4 Rxf4 47. Re7+ Kg8 48. Rxb7 $18) 45. Re6 Qg5
(45… Qd8 46. Qc3+ Kh7 47. f4 $5 Qd7 48. Qe3 b6 49. Kh2 $16 { [%cal Gg3g4]
}) 46. Qd4+ Kh7 47. f4 $1 Qg4 48. Bd1 $18 Nh4+ $8 49. Kf2 Qh3 50. gxh4 Rg7
51. Bf3 Qxh4+ 52. Ke2 Qh2+ 53. Kd3 Qa2 54. Qd6 Qxa3+ 55. Ke2 (55. Kd4 Qb2+
56. Kc5 $2 Qf2+ $19) 55… Qa2+ 56. Ke3 Qh2 57. Be2 $1 c5 58. bxc5 a5 59.
Qe5 Qh3+ 60. Kd2 a4 61. Bd3 Rg2+ 62. Kc3 a3 63. Qf6 (63. Re7+ Kg6 64. Kd4
$18) 63… Rg7 64. Kb4 Qxd3 65. Qxh6+ Kg8 66. Re8+ 1-0

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