Chess PGN Game Match played Viktor Bologan vs Nigel D Short- in Sarajevo Bosnia 34th, Open: Queen’s pawn game

Chess PGN Game Match played Viktor Bologan vs Nigel D Short- in Sarajevo Bosnia 34th, Open: Queen's pawn game


Match between Viktor Bologan and Nigel D Short

Event: Sarajevo Bosnia 34th

Variation: Queen’s pawn game

Eco code: D58

Pgn File:


[Event “Sarajevo Bosnia 34th”]
[Site “Sarajevo”]
[Date “2004.05.18”]
[Round “1”]
[White “Bologan, Viktor”]
[Black “Short, Nigel D”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2665”]
[BlackElo “2712”]
[ECO “D58”]
[Annotator “Dautov,R”]
[EventDate “2004.05.18”]
[PlyCount “79”]
[EventType “tourn”]
[EventRounds “9”]
[EventCountry “BIH”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceDate “2004.07.27”]
[EventCategory “15”]

1. d4 { Bologan } 1… Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Nc3 Be7 5. Bg5 { Bologan:
‘Until now Nigel is the main expert of the Queen’s Gambit for Black. And if
he loses sometimes against 5.Bf4, against 5.Bg5 he lost for the last time
in 1992 from Lev Polugaevsky.’ } 5… h6 6. Bh4 O-O 7. e3 b6 8. Bd3 ( { In
the before mentioned game Polugaevsky played } 8. Qb3 { Bologan } 8… Bb7
9. Bxf6 Bxf6 10. cxd5 exd5 11. Rd1 c6 12. Bd3 Na6 13. O-O Nc7 14. Ne5 Re8
15. f4 Ne6 16. Bb1 Rc8 17. Qc2 Nf8 18. a3 Rc7 19. e4 Bc8 20. exd5 cxd5 21.
Ba2 Bb7 22. Qd3 { with a classical advantage for White – Polugaevsky, L –
Short, N/Paris 1992 It (active) }) 8… Bb7 9. O-O Nbd7 10. Bg3 $5 { Ein
flexibler Zug, der in erster Linie von Romanishin und Yermolinsky in die
Turnierpraxis eingeführt wurde. Weiß legt die Stellung seiner Türme
nicht zu früh fest, geht aber sofort dem Abtausch der schwarzfeldrigen
Läufer aus dem Weg. } 10… c5 11. cxd5 Nxd5 ( { Die Stellungen nach
11…exd5 sind zwar durchaus spielbar für Schwarz, jedoch tauscht der
Nachziehende in der Tartakower-Variante immer gerne ein paar Figuren ab,
bevor er das Bauerpaar c5+d5 bildet. } 11… exd5 12. Rc1 a6 13. Bb1 Re8
14. Ne5 (14. Ne5 Nxe5 15. Bxe5 $14 { Chernin,A }) 14… Nf8 15. a4 Bd6 16.
Ba2 b5 17. axb5 axb5 $11 { Novikov,I-Yudasin,L/Lvov 1987 }) 12. Nxd5 {
Bologan: ‘An attempt to determine the situation in the centre.’ } ( {
Bologan: Often Mehr verbreitet ist } 12. Rc1 { Bologan: ‘is played.’ })
12… exd5 { Bologan: ‘Despite that this move was played by Kramnik, I
think that better is’ } ( { Nach } 12… Bxd5 13. e4 $1 (13. Rc1 Nf6 14.
dxc5 Bxc5 15. Ne5 Bb7 16. Rc4 a5 $11 { Bisguier,A-Marovic,D/ Zagreb 1965 })
13… Bb7 14. Rc1 { Bologan: ‘with transposition to 12.Rc1.’ } 14… cxd4
15. Bc7 Qe8 16. Nxd4 { hat Weiß eine leichte Initiative, siehe die Partien
Atalik-Beliavsky und Khalifman-Asrian. }) 13. Ne5 $1 $146 { Bologan: ‘+/= ‘
Bologan: ‘This is a typical knight manoeuvre in such kind of positions.
White will use the outpost on e5 for development of initiative on the
King’s side as while Black’s pawns run up on the Queen’s side is not so
dangerous.’ Der erste neue Zug. Bologan fürchtet nicht c5-c4 und setzt auf
sein Spiel auf dem Königsflügel. } (13. b3 a6 14. Rc1 Re8 15. Re1 Nf6 16.
Bh4 Ne4 17. Bxe7 Qxe7 18. Rc2 a5 $11 { Bologan: ‘Gelfand, B – Kramnik, V,
2001, Astana’ } 19. Qc1 Rec8 20. Rd1 a4 21. h3 axb3 22. axb3 Qf6 $11 {
Gelfand,B-Kramnik,V/Astana 2001 }) 13… Nxe5 (13… Nf6 $5) (13… c4 {
Bologan that was the reason why Gelfand played 13.b3 } 14. Bc2 b5 $14 { and
White is slightly better. }) (13… cxd4 { Bologan } 14. exd4 Nxe5 15. Bxe5
Bd6 16. f4 f6 17. Qg4 $1) 14. Bxe5 c4 $1 { Prinzipiell gespielt. } 15. Bc2
f6 $8 { Bologan: ‘Obviously Black must make an attempt to neutralise
White’s Bishops, which are directed against Black’s King. ‘ } ( { An
attempt for immediate exchange of the dark squared Bishops with } 15… Bd6
{ Bologan can be transformed to the direct attack on the King. } 16. f4 (
16. Qh5 Bxe5 17. dxe5 d4) 16… f6 (16… Bxe5 17. fxe5 Qg5 18. Qe2 $16)
17. Qg4 $1 { and White’s control over the light squares is good enough
compensation for the piece. } (17. Qh5 fxe5 18. fxe5 Qg5 (18… Qe8 19.
Qxe8 Raxe8 20. exd6 Rxf1+ 21. Rxf1 Rd8) 19. Qxg5) 17… fxe5 18. fxe5 Qe8
19. exd6 Qxe3+ 20. Kh1 Rxf1+ 21. Rxf1 Rf8 22. Rxf8+ Kxf8 23. Qf5+ Kg8 24.
h3 $18) 16. Bf4 { Bologan: ‘It is possible also to return to g3, but I
wanted to keep the possibility of taking on h6.’ } 16… f5 { Bologan: ‘It
is the only convenient way to cover up the b1-h7 diagonal.’ } (16… Bd6 {
Bologan } 17. Qg4 Bxf4 18. exf4 Bc8 19. Qg6 f5 20. Rfe1 Qf6 21. Qxf6 Rxf6
22. Re8+ Rf8 23. Re5 $16) (16… Qd7 { Bologan } 17. Qh5 f5 18. g4 fxg4 19.
Qg6 Qc6 20. Qh7+ Kf7 21. f3 $36) 17. Be5 { Bologan: ‘e5 field is a key
field in such type of positions.’ } (17. g4 { Bologan } 17… Bg5 18. Be5
f4) 17… b5 18. f4 ( { Immediate try to open the file does not give
specific dividends after } 18. g4 { Bologan } 18… Bc8 19. gxf5 Bxf5 20.
Bxf5 Rxf5 21. f4 Qe8 $14 { despite White keeps slight advantage in this
position also. }) (18. Qh5 { Bologan } 18… Qe8 19. Qh3 Bc8 20. Qg3 Qf7)
18… Bc8 $1 { Die Bauernmajorität auf dem Damenflügel gesichert,
kümmert sich Short um seinen König und verbessert gleichzeitig die
Stellung seines weißfeldrigen Läufers. } 19. Rf3 $1 { Bologan: ‘White’s
Bishop on e5 is staying nice, but this is not enough for winning the game.
Despite of better interaction of White pieces, Black has some advantage in
space and possibility for attack on the queen side with pawns. Summarizing
White must have concrete plan – Rook transition on g6, after which Black
should go on concessions.’ } (19. Qh5 { Bologan } 19… Qe8 20. Qh3 a5 {
[%cal Ga8a6] /\ Ra6 }) 19… Bf6 20. Rg3 Qe8 21. h4 { Bologan: ‘Otherwise
it is not possible to take full control over the g6 field.’ } 21… a5 22.
h5 Kh8 (22… b4 23. Rg6 a4 $2 24. Qf3 Be6 25. Bd6 $16) 23. Qf3 Be6 24. Rg6
b4 { Schwarz hat bei der Umsetzung seines Planes größere Fortschritte
gemacht, er braucht nur wenige Züge (Ra6,a4) , um einen Freibauern zu
bilden. Dagegen hat Weiß noch keine konkreten Drohungen. } (24… a4 {
Bologan } 25. a3 { and the pawns avalanche is stopped. }) (24… Qe7 $5 {
Bologan waiting for an opportunity. }) 25. b3 $1 $11 { Mit diesem feinen
Zug kann Weiß das Gleichgewicht behaupten. Seine Idee besteht nun darin,
nach dem vorgeschalteten Abtausch auf f6 und c4 d4-d5 zu spielen. } (25.
Qg3 { Bologan } 25… Qe7 (25… Ra7) 26. Ba4 Bg8) 25… Bxe5 $2 { Eine
falsche Entscheidung. Nach diesem Abtausch wird die schwarze Dame an ihren
Be6 gebunden sein, und der Bauer f5 wird zur Schwäche neigen. Die oben
skizzierte Idee von Weiß war längst nicht so gefährlich. } (25… c3 $6
{ Schließt die Stellung und ergibt nicht mehr als Ausgleich. } 26. Rf1 $11
) (25… cxb3 $6 26. axb3 $14) (25… Rc8 $1 { wäre eine logische
Fortsetzung. Nach } 26. Bxf6 $1 (26. bxc4 { Bologan } 26… dxc4 27. d5 Bd7
( { After } 27… Bxe5 { I have estimated the transition to a favourable
ending, which was confirmed by home analysis. } 28. fxe5 Bf7 29. Qxf5 Bxg6
30. Qxg6 Qxg6 31. Bxg6 Rc5 (31… c3 32. Bc2 (32. d6 Rfd8 33. Rd1 a4 (33…
Rc6 34. Kf2 Kg8 35. Ke2 a4 36. Bc2) 34. e6 b3 35. e7 $18) 32… Rc5 33. e4
Rc4 34. e6 Rd4 35. Rd1 Rxd1+ 36. Bxd1 Re8 37. Bb3 $18) (31… b3 32. axb3
cxb3 33. Rxa5 Rc3 34. e6 Rxe3 35. Ra7 Re1+ 36. Kh2 Rb8 37. e7 $18) 32. e6
Rxd5 33. e7 Rg8 34. e8=Q Rxe8 35. Bxe8 $16) 28. Qg3 Rf7 29. Bxf6 Rxf6 30.
Rxg7 c3 (30… a4 31. e4 fxe4 32. Re1 Bf5 33. Rb7 Qf8 34. Bxe4 Qc5+ 35. Kh2
$18) 31. a3 $36) 26… Rxf6 27. Rxf6 gxf6 28. bxc4 dxc4 ( { Oder } 28…
Rxc4 29. Bb3 Rc3 30. Bxd5 Bxd5 31. Qxd5 Qxe3+ 32. Kh1 $11) 29. d5 Bd7 30.
Rd1 (30. Qh3 $11) 30… a4 31. Qh3 b3 (31… c3 32. Kh2 $11) 32. axb3 axb3
33. Bxf5 Bxf5 34. Qxf5 c3 35. Qxf6+ Kg8 36. Qxh6 { werden die schwarzen
Bauern durch das Dauerschach “gestoppt”: } 36… c2 (36… Rc7 37. Qb6 c2
38. Rc1 $11) 37. Qg5+ $11) 26. fxe5 Rc8 27. Rf1 { Bologan: ‘This is more
reliable.’ } ( { Despite of attractiveness of the before mentioned endgame
after } 27. bxc4 { Bologan } 27… dxc4 (27… Rxc4 28. Bb3) 28. d5 Bf7 29.
Qxf5 Bxg6 30. Qxg6 Qxg6 31. Bxg6 { and the probability of making an error
is high enough. }) 27… cxb3 ( { A nice position arises after } 27… c3 {
Bologan } 28. g4 $1 Bf7 29. gxf5 Bxg6 30. hxg6 Rc6 31. Qxd5 $18) 28. Bxb3
Bf7 $2 ( { Mit } 28… Qd7 $1 { konnte Short noch den ungefähren Ausgleich
halten. } 29. g4 { Bologan } 29… fxg4 30. Qxf8+ Rxf8 31. Rxf8+ Kh7 32.
Kf2 Qe7 33. Bc2 $18) 29. Rd6 { Nun fällt der Bauer d5, und Weiß
übernimmt das Kommando. } 29… Bxh5 30. Qf4 $1 { Bologan: ‘Exactly –
increasing threats and improving piece positions.’ } ( { After } 30. Qxd5 {
Bologan on what for certain relied Short } 30… Be2 31. Re1 a4 32. Rxe2
Rc1+ 33. Kf2 axb3 34. Qxb3 Qh5 { and Black simply take up the initiative. }
) 30… Kh7 { Bologan: ‘Otherwise it will be difficult to fight against the
Rh6 threat.’ } (30… Be2 { Bologan } 31. Rxh6+ gxh6 32. Qxh6+ Kg8 33.
Bxd5+ Rf7 34. Rxf5) (30… Rd8 { Bologan } 31. e6 Be2 32. Rc1) 31. Bxd5 Be2
32. Re1 Bc4 (32… Bd3 { Bologan } 33. e4 Rc3 34. exf5 Rxf5 35. Be4 Bxe4
36. Qxe4) 33. Bxc4 { Bologan: ‘Despite of big White’s advantage he must
play vigorously. His King is covered by only one pawn and material balance
must be kept.’ } 33… Rxc4 34. e4 $16 { Die beweglichen weißen
Zentrumsbauern entscheiden das Schicksal der Partie. } 34… Rc2 (34…
fxe4 { Bologan } 35. Qxe4+ Kh8 36. e6 Qe7 37. Rd7 Qf6 38. e7 Re8 39. Rf1)
35. exf5 Rxa2 36. Qe4 { Bologan: ‘Very often in positions with Queens, the
advantage goes for that side, which is able to take the control over the
central square. Now for example Black’s Queen is forced to go to the
corner.’ } 36… Qa8 (36… a4 { Bologan } 37. f6+ Kh8 38. fxg7+ Kxg7 39.
Qg4+) 37. Qg4 { Bologan: ‘Again I did not wanted to calculate pawns race.’
} (37. Qxa8 { Bologan } 37… Rxa8 38. e6 b3 39. e7 b2 40. Rd8 Ra1 41. e8=Q
Rxd8 42. Qg6+ Kh8 43. f6 Rxe1+ 44. Kf2) 37… Qa7 38. f6 $18 { Bologan:
‘Long ago the number of threats has exceeded the critical mass.’ } 38…
Rf7 39. e6 Rxf6 40. Rd7 1-0

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