Chess PGN Game Match played Alexei Shirov vs Artur Jussupow- in Ter Apel, Open: Petrov – modern attack, Symmetrical variation

Chess PGN Game Match played Alexei Shirov vs Artur Jussupow- in Ter Apel, Open: Petrov - modern attack, Symmetrical variation


Match between Alexei Shirov and Artur Jussupow

Event: Ter Apel

Variation: Petrov – modern attack, Symmetrical variation

Eco code: C43

Pgn File:


[Event “Ter Apel”]
[Site “Ter Apel”]
[Date “1997.03.19”]
[Round “3”]
[White “Shirov, Alexei”]
[Black “Jussupow, Artur”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2690”]
[BlackElo “2665”]
[ECO “C43”]
[Annotator “Stohl,I”]
[EventDate “1997.03.17”]
[PlyCount “71”]
[EventType “tourn”]
[EventRounds “5”]
[EventCountry “NED”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceDate “1997.06.01”]
[EventCategory “16”]

1. e4 { Shirov } 1… e5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. d4 Nxe4 4. Bd3 d5 ( { About 4 years
ago Murey shocked his opponent Timman and the chess world with the
suprising } 4… Nc6 $5 { But since then adequate methods have been found
for White: } 5. dxe5 $1 (5. Bxe4 $143 d5 6. Bg5 Qd7 $13) (5. d5 Nc5 6. dxc6
e4 7. cxb7 Bxb7 8. Be2 exf3 9. Bxf3 Bxf3 10. Qxf3 Bd6 $5 $10) 5… d5 (5…
Nc5 $142 $5 6. Bc4 $14) 6. exd6 Nxd6 7. Nc3 Be7 8. O-O O-O 9. Nd5 Bf5 10.
Bf4 Bg6 11. c4 $1 Ne8 12. Bxg6 hxg6 13. Re1 Bd6 14. Bg5 f6 15. Be3 Rf7 16.
Qc2 g5 17. Rad1 Qc8 18. c5 Bf8 19. Bxg5 $1 $40 {
Movsesjan,S-Hracek,ZGER-Cup/1997/ } 19… fxg5 20. Rxe8 $1 Qxe8 21. Nxg5 g6
22. Qxg6+ Bg7 23. Ne6 $1 $18) 5. Nxe5 Bd6 (5… Nd7 { has currently a
better reputation. } 6. Nxd7 Bxd7 7. O-O Bd6 ( { The older } 7… Qh4 8. c4
O-O-O 9. c5 g5 $5 { lost most of it’s popularity after the following game:
} 10. Be3 Re8 11. Nd2 $1 Bg7 12. Nf3 Qh5 13. Nxg5 Qxd1 14. Rfxd1 Nxg5 15.
Bxg5 Bg4 16. Rd2 Bxd4 17. c6 Be5 18. Bb5 b6 19. Bh4 Rhg8 20. Ba6+ Kb8 21.
Bg3 Bxg3 22. hxg3 Rd8 23. Rd4 $16 { [%csl Rd5,Rf7,Rh7]
ק_|_,Kasparov,G-Ivanchuk,V/Debrecen EUchT/1992/ }) 8. c4 c6 9. cxd5 cxd5
10. Nc3 Nxc3 11. bxc3 O-O $5 12. Qh5 g6 13. Qxd5 Qc7 14. Bh6 Rfe8 15. h4
Be6 16. Qf3 Qxc3 17. Qf6 Bf8 18. Bxf8 Rxf8 19. Rfd1 Qa5 20. Be4 Qd8 21.
Qxd8 Raxd8 $10 { Tiviakov,S-Jussupow,A/Groningen/1994/ }) 6. O-O O-O (6…
Nd7 $142 $5 { This was the last chance to transpose into the line above.
Symmetry usually favours the attacking side. }) 7. c4 Nc6 $5 (7… c6 8.
Nc3 $1 Nxc3 9. bxc3 Nd7 10. f4 $36 (10. Re1 $5 $36)) ( { The sharp tactical
line } 7… Bxe5 8. dxe5 Nc6 9. cxd5 Qxd5 10. Qc2 Nb4 11. Bxe4 Nxc2 12.
Bxd5 Bf5 { has more or less been refuted by } 13. g4 Bxg4 14. Bf4 Nxa1 15.
Be4 f5 16. Bd5+ Kh8 17. Rc1 c6 18. Bg2 Rfd8 19. Nd2 Rxd2 $6 20. Bxd2 Rd8
21. Bc3 Rd1+ 22. Rxd1 Bxd1 23. Bf1 $1 Bf3 24. Bd3 $1 Be4 25. Bc4 Bd5 (25…
b5 $2 26. e6) 26. Bxd5 $1 cxd5 27. Kf1 d4 28. Bxd4 Nc2 29. Bc3 $1 b5 30. e6
$18 { _|_,Zapata,A-Zarnicki,P/Sao Paulo/1992/ }) 8. Nxc6 (8. cxd5 Nxd4 9.
Bxe4 Bxe5 $10) 8… bxc6 { Black’s pawn structure is terrible, but he
relies on his active pieces and also counterplay against the d4-pawn. } 9.
c5 Be7 10. Nc3 (10. f3 Ng5 11. Nc3 Re8 $1 12. Qa4 Bd7 13. Bd2 Rb8 14. Rab1
Bf6 15. Kh1 h5 16. Ne2 h4 17. h3 Qc8 18. Ba6 Qd8 19. Bd3 Qc8 20. Ba6 Qd8 {
1/2,Kasparov,G-Jusupov,A/Horgen/1995/ }) 10… f5 $6 { [%csl Re5][%cal
Ge1e7] >e Strategically this move is suspect, as it creates a
permanent hole on e5. Yusupov relies on piece counterplay, but Shirov
forcefully exploits Black’s weaknesses. } (10… Nxc3 11. bxc3 { [%csl
Rc6,Rc7] [%cal Yd1a4,Yc1f4] קc6,c7,/\Qa4,Bf4 is also not good, Black’s P
are very vulnerable. }) ( { Yusupov has had a bad experience with } 10…
Bf6 11. Qc2 $1 Bxd4 12. Nxe4 dxe4 13. Bxe4 Qh4 14. g3 Qf6 15. Be3 $1 Bxe3
16. fxe3 Qh6 17. Rf4 g5 18. Rf2 Bh3 19. Bf5 Rae8 20. Qc3 Qh5 21. Bxh3 Qxh3
22. Qf6 $16 { Ivanchuk, V-Jusupov,A/Horgen/1995/ }) ( { Even the more solid
} 10… Bf5 $142 $5 11. f3 (11. Qc2 Bg6 $1 12. Nxe4 dxe4 13. Bxe4 Qxd4 14.
Bxg6 hxg6 15. Be3 Qb4 $1 16. a3 Qb5 17. Bd4 Bf6 18. Bxf6 gxf6 19. Qc3 Kg7
$10 { Shirov,A-Jusupov,A/BRD/1996/ }) (11. Qc2 { Shirov Shirov-Yusupov
(Solingen BL 1996) }) 11… Nxc3 12. bxc3 Bxd3 13. Qxd3 Bg5 14. Qa6 Bxc1
15. Raxc1 Qd7 16. Rfe1 $14 { Shirov,A-Huebner,R/Frankfurt act/1996/ doesn’t
solve Black’s problems completely. }) 11. f3 ( { Shirov is not interested,
where his opponent would improve on } 11. Ne2 Bf6 12. Qa4 Bd7 13. f3 Ng5
14. Nf4 Qe7 15. Bd2 g6 16. Rae1 Qg7 17. Bc3 h5 18. Ba6 Rab8 19. Nd3 h4 20.
Ne5 $16 { Timman,J-Jusupov,A/Linares cm (08)/1992/ }) 11… Ng5 12. Qa4 Bd7
13. Bf4 $1 (13. b4 { Shirov } 13… Ne6 14. Be3 a6 15. Qc2 g6 $13 {
Spangenberg-Tempone (Buenos Aires 1994, 0-1/44) }) 13… Bf6 (13… Nf7
$143 14. Qa5 $1 Bf6 15. Ne2 $16) 14. Rae1 Ne6 (14… Nf7 $5 $14 { Shirov })
15. Be5 Bxe5 16. Rxe5 Qh4 17. f4 $5 (17. Ne2 $2 Nxc5 $15) (17. Bxf5 {
Objectively White’s move is quite strong, but it leads to great
complications. Shirov first outplays his opponent strategically, then he
wins the game tactically. Safer and solid was } 17… Rxf5 (17… Nxc5 $2
18. dxc5 Qxa4 19. Bxh7+ $16 (19. Bxh7+ Kxh7 20. Nxa4 $16)) 18. Rxf5 Nxc5 (
18… Nxd4 19. Re5) 19. dxc5 (19. Qb4 $2 Nd3 20. Qb7 Qxd4+ 21. Kh1 Re8 $1 {
[%cal Rd7f5,Rd3f2] /\Bf5,Nf2 }) 19… Qxa4 20. Nxa4 Bxf5 21. b3 $14 { [%csl
Ra7,Rc6,Rc7] /+/-,ק and White has good winning chances in this endgame. }
(21. Kf2 $5) (21. Rd1 $1 { Shirov } 21… Rb8 $1 22. b3 Rb4 $1 $14)) (17.
Rxf5 $6 { Shirov } 17… Qxd4+ (17… Rxf5 $2 18. Bxf5 Nxd4 19. Bg4 $1 Nf5
20. Nxd5 $18) 18. Qxd4 Nxd4 $11) 17… Nxf4 $8 18. g3 Nh3+ 19. Kg2 Qh6 (
19… Qh5 $143 $6 { Black will be late with the f5-f4 counterplay. } 20.
Nxd5 (20. Be2 $5) 20… Rae8 21. Be2 Qh6 22. Nxc7 Rxe5 23. dxe5 f4 24. e6
$1 $18) 20. Nxd5 (20. Bxf5 $143 $6 Bxf5 21. Rexf5 Rxf5 22. Rxf5 Ng5 23. h4
Ne6 $5 $132 { /\ } 24. Qxc6 $4 Nf4+ $19) 20… f4 (20… Ng5 $2 21. Ne7+
Kh8 22. Bxf5 Qh3+ 23. Kg1 $1 $16) (20… Qd2+ 21. Be2 Ng5 (21… f4 22. Qb4
$5 (22. Qb4 $1 f3+ (22… Qxb4 23. Nxb4 $16) 23. Rxf3 Qc1 24. Ne7+ Kh8 25.
Nf5 Rab8 26. Qc4 Qxc4 27. Bxc4 Ng5 28. Rf2 Bxf5 (28… g6 29. h4 Bxf5 30.
hxg5 Bh3+ 31. Kg1 Rxf2 32. Kxf2 Rxb2+ 33. Ke3 Rb8 34. Re7 $18) 29. Rexf5
Rxf5 30. Rxf5 Rxb2+ 31. Kf1 h6 32. Rf8+ Kh7 33. h4 $18) (22. Ne7+ $2 Kh8
23. Qd1 Qxb2 24. Qd3 Bg4 $19) (22. Nxf4 Nxf4+ 23. gxf4 Rxf4 (23… Qxb2 24.
Qb3+ Qxb3 25. axb3 $14) 24. Rxf4 Qxf4 25. Qb3+ Kh8 26. Qe3 Rf8 (26… Qxe3
27. Rxe3 Re8 28. Rxe8+ Bxe8 29. Kg3 Kg8 30. Kf4 Kf7 31. Ke5 Ke7 32. b4 $14)
27. Qxf4 Rxf4 28. d5 $14)) (21… Rae8 { Shirov } 22. Ne7+ (22. Qb4 Qxe2+
23. Rxe2 Rxe2+ 24. Kxh3 cxd5 $36) 22… Kh8 23. Qd1 $1 (23. Kxh3 Rf7 $1 (
23… f4+ 24. Kg2 Bg4 (24… fxg3 25. Qd1 $18) 25. Qd1 f3+ 26. Kg1 Qxe2 27.
Rxe2 fxe2 28. Rxf8+ Rxf8 29. Qe1 $18) 24. Kg2 Rfxe7 25. Rf2 Rxe5 26. dxe5
Qd5+ 27. Bf3 Qxe5) 23… Qg5 24. Qc1 $1 Qf6 25. Qe3 f4 26. gxf4 Nxf4+ 27.
Kh1 $14) 22. Qb4 $1 (22. Nxc7 Rab8 (22… Rac8 23. Rf2 $18) (22… f4 $2
23. Qc4+ Kh8 24. Rxg5 $18) 23. Rf2 $1 $16) 22… Qxb4 (22… Qc2 23. Nxc7 {
[%cal Rb4c4] /\Qc4 }) 23. Nxb4 $16 { In the endgame there are no tactics
anymore and the weak pawns remain. }) (20… Kh8 $6 { Shirov } 21. Ne3 $1 (
21. Nxc7 Rab8 $44) (21. Nf4 Nxf4+ 22. Rxf4 g5 23. Rf2 f4 $13) 21… Ng5 (
21… f4 22. Nf5 { would be the same as in the game }) 22. Nxf5 Qh3+ 23.
Kg1 $18) (20… Rae8 { Shirov } 21. Ne7+ Kh8 22. Bxf5 $1 (22. Qd1 f4 23.
Rh5 f3+ 24. Rxf3 Rxf3 25. Qxf3 (25. Rxh6 Rf2+ 26. Kh1 gxh6 27. Qe1 Kg7 28.
Qe5+ Kf8 $17) (25. Ng6+ Qxg6 26. Bxg6 Rf2+ 27. Kh1 Bg4 28. Rxh7+ Kg8 29.
Bxe8 Bxd1 30. Rxh3 Bf3+ 31. Kg1 Rg2+ 32. Kf1 Rxb2 33. Rh4 Rxa2 $15) 25…
Qd2+ 26. Be2 Ng5 27. Qd3 Qxb2 $13) (22. Qc2 $6 f4 23. Bxh7 Rf7 $1 $15)
22… Rxe7 23. Bxd7 $1 (23. Rxe7 $6 Qd2+ 24. Kxh3 Rxf5 25. Rxf5 (25. Rxd7
Qh6+ 26. Kg2 Qd2+ $11) 25… Bxf5+ 26. g4 Bxg4+ 27. Kg3 (27. Kxg4 Qg2+ 28.
Kf4 Qf2+ $11) 27… Bh5 $1 (27… Bd7 28. Re5 $1 Qd3+ 29. Kf2 Qd2+ 30. Kf3
$16) (27… Qd3+ 28. Kxg4 Qg6+ 29. Kf3 Qf6+ 30. Ke4 Qxe7+ 31. Kd3 $16) 28.
Re5 Qd3+ 29. Kh4 Qf3 $1 30. Rxh5 Qf4+ 31. Kh3 Qf3+ $11) 23… Rxf1 24. Kxf1
Rf7+ 25. Rf5 Rxf5+ 26. Bxf5 Qe3 (26… Qf6 27. Qc2 g6 28. Kg2 Ng5 29. h4
Nf7 30. Be4 Qxd4 31. Bxc6 $14) 27. Bxh3 Qf3+ 28. Ke1 Qe3+ 29. Kd1 Qg1+ 30.
Kc2 Qxh2+ 31. Kc3 Qxg3+ 32. Kb4 Qxh3 33. Qxc6 $14) 21. Ne7+ Kh8 22. Nf5 (
22. Bf5 $143 $6 fxg3 $1 (22… f3+ 23. Rxf3 Ng5 24. Rf4 $16) (22… Ng5 23.
Bxd7 fxg3 24. Rxf8+ Rxf8 25. hxg3 $18) (22… Bxf5 $2 23. Nxf5 $18 {
-24.Bf5 }) 23. hxg3 (23. Bxd7 $2 Qd2+ 24. Kxh3 Qxh2+) 23… g6 $1 24. Bxd7
Qd2+ $1 (24… Rxf1 25. Kxf1 Rf8+ 26. Nf5 gxf5 $13) 25. Kxh3 Rxf1 26. Qxc6
(26. Bxc6 Qh6+ 27. Kg4 Raf8 $40 { [%cal Rf1f4] /\R1f4 }) 26… Raf8 $40 {
[%csl Rh3] ע } 27. Qe4 Qh6+ 28. Kg4 Rh1 $1 $19) 22… Qg5 $2 (22… Bxf5
$142 $8 23. Rxf5 (23. Bxf5 fxg3 24. hxg3 Ng5 $13 (24… Ng5 $13 25. Rh1
$140 Qf6)) 23… Rfe8 (23… Rfb8 24. Qc2) (23… g6 $2 24. Qxc6 $16) (
23… Rae8 { Shirov } 24. Qd1 $1 $16) 24. Qd1 g6 $14 { White is better due
to Black’s misplaced N, but it’ still a fight. Now all the tactics start to
work in White’s favour. }) (22… Qg6 23. Qc2 $18) (22… Qh5 23. Qd1 $1
$18 (23. Nxg7 Qg4 $132)) 23. Nh4 $1 { Here the N not only attacks, but also
defends his K. } 23… Qh6 (23… Qf6 $2 24. Rh5 $1 $18) 24. Bf5 fxg3 (
24… Bxf5 25. Nxf5 Qg6 (25… Qh5 26. Qd1) 26. Qc2 (26. Nh4 $6 Qg4 27. Qd1
Nf2 $1 $40) 26… Qg4 (26… Ng5 27. Rxf4) 27. Qd1 Qxd1 28. Rxd1 Ng5 29.
gxf4 $18 { leads to a technical endgame with an extra pawn. }) 25. hxg3 (
25. Kxh3 $2 gxh2 26. Qc2 g5 $19) 25… g6 (25… Bxf5 26. Nxf5 (26. Rexf5
Rxf5 27. Rxf5 (27. Nxf5 Qh5 28. Qd1 Nf4+ $1) 27… g5 $5 $13) (26. Rfxf5
Nf4+ $1 $132) 26… Qh5 27. Qxc6 (27. Nxg7 $5) (27. Qd1 { Shirov } 27…
Qxd1 28. Rxd1 Nf2 (28… Ng5 29. Ne7 $16) 29. Kxf2 g6 30. d5 $16) 27… Ng5
28. Qxc7 Rf7 29. Qc6 Qh3+ 30. Kg1 Raf8 31. Re8 g6 32. Qc8 $1 $18) 26. Bxd7
Qd2+ 27. Kxh3 Rxf1 28. Bxc6 Raf8 29. Bg2 $18 { Compared with the position
after 22.Bf5?! White’s K is now safe on h3. } 29… R1f2 (29… R1f7 30. d5
(30. Re8 { Shirov } 30… g5 31. Bd5 Rf6 32. Nf3 $18) 30… g5 31. Nf3 $1
$18 { /\ } 31… Rxf3 32. Bxf3 Rxf3 33. Qe8+ Kg7 34. Re7+ Kh6 35. Qc6+ Kh5
36. Rxh7#) (29… R1f6 { Shirov } 30. Qd7 g5 31. Re7 Rh6 32. Qg4 $18) 30.
Qd7 g5 (30… R2f7 31. Re7) 31. Re7 Qc2 32. Be4 $1 (32. Qg4 $1 { Shirov }
32… Rg8 33. Qe6 Rgf8 34. Qe5+) 32… Rh2+ 33. Kg4 Rxh4+ (33… Qe2+ 34.
Nf3 (34. Kxg5 { Shirov } 34… Rg8+ 35. Kf6 $18) 34… h5+ 35. Kxg5 Qe3+ (
35… Rg8+ 36. Bg6) 36. Kg6 Rg8+ 37. Rg7 $1 (37. Kf6 Qh6+ 38. Ke5 $18)
37… Qxe4+ 38. Kh6 Qe3+ 39. Ng5 $18) 34. gxh4 Qe2+ 35. Kxg5 Rg8+ (35…
Qe3+ 36. Kh5 Qe2+ 37. Qg4) (35… h6+ { Shirov } 36. Kxh6 Qe3+ 37. Kh5 $18)
36. Kf6 $138 (36. Kf6 Rf8+ (36… Qf2+ 37. Ke5 Qg3+ 38. Kd5 $18) 37. Rf7
Qf2+ 38. Ke6 $18) 1-0

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