Chess PGN Game Match played Vladimir Kramnik vs Artur Jussupow- in Dortmund SuperGM 26th, Open: Reti opening

Chess PGN Game Match played Vladimir Kramnik vs Artur Jussupow- in Dortmund SuperGM 26th, Open: Reti opening


Match between Vladimir Kramnik and Artur Jussupow

Event: Dortmund SuperGM 26th

Variation: Reti opening

Eco code: D58

Pgn File:


[Event “Dortmund SuperGM 26th”]
[Site “Dortmund”]
[Date “1998.07.02”]
[Round “6”]
[White “Kramnik, Vladimir”]
[Black “Jussupow, Artur”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2790”]
[BlackElo “2630”]
[ECO “D58”]
[Annotator “Donev,I”]
[EventDate “1998.06.26”]
[PlyCount “73”]
[EventType “tourn”]
[EventRounds “9”]
[EventCountry “GER”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceDate “1998.09.30”]
[EventCategory “18”]

1. Nf3 { Kramnik Ftacnik } 1… d5 2. d4 Nf6 3. c4 e6 4. Nc3 Be7 5. Bg5 h6
6. Bh4 O-O 7. e3 b6 8. Bd3 Bb7 9. O-O Nbd7 10. Qe2 c5 11. Bg3 Ne4 12. cxd5
exd5 13. Rad1 (13. Rac1 $5 { Ftacnik }) 13… Nxg3 (13… cxd4 $6 14. Bxe4
$1 dxe4 15. Nxd4 $14 { 0-1 Belov,I-Donev,I/Pravec 1989 (32) } (15. Nxd4 {
Ftacnik } 15… Qc8 16. Nf5 $16 { Belov,I-Donev,I /Pravec/1989/ })) (13…
Ndf6 $5 { Meiner Meinung nach ist diese Fortsetzung sicherer als die
Partiefortsetzung. So wird der starke Ne4 unterstützt. } 14. dxc5 {
Ftacnik } 14… Nxc3 15. bxc3 Bxc5 16. Nd4 Qe7 17. Bh4 Qe5 18. f4 Qd6 19.
Nb3 Rfe8 20. Nxc5 bxc5 21. c4 Qe6 22. Bxf6 Qxf6 23. cxd5 Bxd5 24. e4 c4 25.
Bb1 $14 { Vyzmanavin,A-Petrosian,A /Palma de Mallorca/1989/ }) 14. hxg3 a6
$146 { Selbstverständlich ist die positionelle Drohung Bd3-Ba6 unangenehm,
aber die gewählte Fortsetzung vom Nachziehenden ist ein wenig langsam. } (
14… Nf6 15. dxc5 bxc5 16. Ba6 Qb6 17. Bxb7 Qxb7 18. Rd2 (18. Ne5 $5 {
Ftacnik } 18… Rfd8 19. Nd3 $14) 18… Rfd8 19. Rfd1 (19. Rc1 { Ftacnik }
19… Rac8 20. Ne5 d4 $10) 19… Rd6 20. Ne1 Rad8 21. Nd3 Ne4 22. Rc2 Bf6
23. Nf4 Bxc3 24. bxc3 { Vyzmanavin,A-Kolev, A/Elenite 1993/[Belov]/1-0 (40)
}) (14… Bf6 { Ftacnik } 15. Bb1 Re8 16. Rd2 a6 17. Rc1 Rc8 18. Qd1 c4 19.
Nh2 g6 20. a4 Bc6 21. Ng4 h5 22. Nxf6+ Nxf6 23. b3 b5 24. bxc4 bxc4 25. Qf3
{ Vyzmanavin,A-Pigusov,E/Moscow-B/1987/1-0 (91) }) (14… Qc7 { Ftacnik }
15. Bc2 Rad8 16. dxc5 Nxc5 17. Nd4 Bf6 18. Qg4 Rfe8 19. Rc1 Qe5 20. Rfd1 g6
21. b4 h5 22. Qf3 Ne4 23. Ba4 { 1-0 Vyzmanavin,A-Geller,E/ Sochi-A/1989/
(37) }) (14… cxd4 { Ftacnik } 15. Nxd4 Bb4 16. Ncb5 a6 17. Nc2 Bc5 18.
Nbd4 Re8 19. Rd2 Ne5 20. b3 Qf6 21. Qd1 Nxd3 22. Rxd3 Rac8 { Zoler,
D-Klovans,J/Schwarzach opA/1997/0-1 (49) }) (14… c4 $5 { Kramnik }) 15.
dxc5 bxc5 { Die sogenannten hängenden Bauern d5+c5, die in dieser Stellung
eher schwächer als stärker sind. Die weißen Figuren sind besser
platziert (vergleichen Sie Qe2 mit Qd8; Rd1 mit Rf8), aber dafür besitzt
der Nachziehende das Läuferpaar. Es ist lehrreich wie Kramnik seine
Figuren umgruppiert um die hängenden Bauern abzuschwächen. } (15… Nxc5
$2 16. Bc4 $1 $16 { der Bauer d5 geht verloren. }) (15… Bxc5 16. Bc2 (16.
Bb1 { Ftacnik } 16… Nf6 17. Nd4 (17. a3 Qc7 18. Ba2 Bxa3 $1 $15) 17…
Re8 18. Nf5 $13) 16… Nf6 17. Bb3 $16 (17. e4 { Kramnik })) 16. Bb1 {
[%cal Yd1d8] } (16. e4 { Kramnik } 16… d4 17. Nb1 { /\Nb1-d2-c4+/= })
16… Nb6 (16… Nf6 $6 17. Nxd5 $5 (17. e4 d4 18. e5 Nd5 19. Qc2 g6 20.
Ne4 Qb6 $15) 17… Nxd5 18. e4 $16 { Weiß bekommt die geopferte Figur mit
Zinsen zurück. } (18. e4 { Ftacnik } 18… Qd6 19. exd5 Rad8 $14)) 17. a4
$1 { [%cal Yb1a2,Ya2d5,Ya4a5,Ya5b6] Ftacnik: Black should not have great
problems with two bishops despite hanging pawns, but the “a” pawn can
disturb the coordination of his pieces. Dieser starke Zug bedient zwei
Ziele: a) stellt die potentielle Drohung a4-a5 auf b) räumt das Feld a2
für den Bb1 } (17. Qc2 { Kramnik } 17… g6 18. Nxd5 $5 Bxd5 (18… Nxd5
$5 19. e4 Nb4 20. Rxd8 Nxc2 $14) 19. e4 Bxe4 20. Qxe4 Qc7) 17… Bf6 (17…
a5 $5 { Ftacnik } 18. Qc2 g6 (18… f5 19. g4 $1 Qd6 20. gxf5 $14) 19. Nxd5
(19. Ba2 $36 { Kramnik } 19… Bf6 20. e4 $5) 19… Nxd5 20. e4 Ra6 21.
exd5 Bxd5 $11) 18. Qc2 g6 19. a5 (19. Ne4 { Ftacnik } 19… c4 20. b3 a5
21. Nxf6+ Qxf6 22. Rd4 $11) (19. Ba2 { Kramnik } 19… Bxc3 20. Qxc3 Nxa4 (
20… c4 21. a5 Nd7 22. b3 $16) 21. Qc2 Nb6 22. Qxc5 $16) 19… Nc4 (19…
Bxc3 20. Qxc3 $1 Nd7 (20… Nc4 21. Ba2 Qxa5 22. Qxa5 Nxa5 23. Bxd5 $14)
21. Ba2 c4 22. e4 $5) 20. Nxd5 $2 { Gibt dem Nachziehendem Gegenchancen.
Die logische Fortsetzung die den weissen Vorteil behaupten könnte, wäre:
} (20. e4 $142 $5 Bxc3 (20… d4 21. Na4 Nxa5 22. Nxc5 $14) (20… Qxa5 21.
Nxd5 (21. exd5 Qb4 $11) 21… Bxd5 22. Rxd5 Qb4 23. e5 Bg7 24. Ba2 $18) 21.
Qxc3 Qxa5 22. Qc1 $1 { Kramnik } (22. exd5 { Ftacnik } 22… Qxc3 23. bxc3
$14) (22. Qxa5 { Donev } 22… Nxa5 23. exd5 $14) 22… Kg7 (22… dxe4 $2
23. Qxh6 exf3 24. Bxg6 fxg6 25. Qxg6+ Kh8 26. Rd7 $18) 23. exd5 $36) 20…
Nxb2 (20… Bxd5 { Ftacnik } 21. e4 Bxe4 $2 22. Qxc4 $18) 21. Nxf6+ (21.
Rd2 { Ftacnik } 21… Bxd5 22. Qxc5 Rc8 23. Qxd5 Nc4 $11) 21… Qxf6 22.
Rd2 Bxf3 (22… c4 $2 { Ftacnik } 23. Qxb2 c3 24. Qa1 $18) 23. gxf3 (23.
Qxb2 { Kramnik } 23… Qxb2 24. Rxb2 Bd5 25. Rc1) 23… Rab8 { Man kann
sagen, dass die größten Probleme des Nachziehenden vorbei sind. } (23…
c4 $4 { Kramnik } 24. Qxb2 c3 25. Qa1 $18) 24. f4 { Ftacnik: Kramnik plays
with a clear concept of squaring the misplaced knight b2. } (24. Qxc5 $5 {
Ftacnik } 24… Rfc8 $1 (24… Qxf3 25. Qd4 Rb5 (25… Qb7 26. Ba2 Rfd8 27.
Bd5 Qb5 28. Qf4 $18) 26. Be4 Qg4 27. Rc1 $14) (24… Rb5 $1 { Kramnik } 25.
Qd4 (25. Qc7 Qxf3 { /\Rb5-h5 }) 25… Qxd4 26. Rxd4 Rxa5 27. Be4) 25. Qd4
Qxd4 26. Rxd4 Nc4 27. Bd3 Nd2 28. Bxa6 Nxf3+ 29. Kg2 Nxd4 30. Bxc8 Nc6 31.
Bh3 Nxa5 $11) 24… c4 25. e4 (25. f5 { Ftacnik } 25… g5 $13) { Mit
folgenden genauen Zügen neutralisiert Schwarz die weiße Initiative. }
25… Rfd8 $1 (25… c3 $2 { Ftacnik } 26. e5 Qc6 27. Rd6 Qc7 28. Rc1 Rfc8
29. Ba2 $18) 26. e5 Rxd2 27. Qxd2 (27. exf6 $2 { Ftacnik } 27… Rxc2 28.
Bxc2 Rd8 $15) 27… Qd8 28. Qe2 (28. Qxd8+ { Ftacnik } 28… Rxd8 29. e6
Rd6 30. exf7+ Kxf7 $11) (28. Qc3 $2 { Ftacnik } 28… Rb3 $1) 28… Qd4 $1
(28… Qxa5 { Ftacnik } 29. e6 $1 (29. f5 gxf5 30. Bxf5 Kf8 31. Bh3 Nd3 32.
e6 $11) (29. f5 $36 { Kramnik }) 29… Qd5 30. e7 Qb5 31. f5 gxf5 32. Bxf5
Qxf5 (32… Re8 $2 33. Qg4+ Kh8 34. Bd7 $18) 33. e8=Q+ Rxe8 34. Qxe8+ Kh7
35. Ra1 $14) 29. e6 { Ftacnik: Important factor is the chance to open the
kingside and use the potential of the long range bishop b1. } (29. f5 $5 {
Kramnik } 29… Nd3 30. fxg6 fxg6 31. e6) 29… Nd3 30. Bc2 (30. Rd1 {
Ftacnik } 30… Rd8 $1 (30… Rb2 $1 { Kramnik } 31. exf7+ Kg7 (31… Kxf7
$2 32. Bxd3 cxd3 (32… Rxe2 33. Bxg6+) 33. Rxd3 $16) 32. Bc2 Qxf2+ $1) 31.
e7 Re8 32. Bxd3 cxd3 33. Rxd3 Rxe7 34. Rxd4 Rxe2 35. Rd6 Re6 $11) (30.
exf7+ { Kramnik } 30… Kxf7 31. f5 $6 gxf5 32. Qh5+ Kg7 33. Qxf5 Rf8) (30.
Ba2 $5 { Kramnik } 30… Rb2 31. Qe3 Qxe3 32. fxe3 $1 fxe6 (32… c3 $5 33.
e7 Rb8 34. Bc4) 33. Bxc4 Nc5 $14) 30… fxe6 (30… f5 { Ftacnik } 31. Ba4
$1 c3 32. e7 Qxa4 33. Qxd3 Qc6 34. Rc1 Re8 35. Rxc3 Qe6 36. Rc7 Rxe7 37.
Rxe7 Qxe7 38. Qxa6 $16) (30… Re8 $5 31. exf7+ { Kramnik } (31. f5 {
Ftacnik } 31… Kg7 32. Qf3 Rf8 (32… gxf5 33. exf7 Re5 34. Qa8 Kxf7 35.
Qxa6 $14) 33. Qb7 gxf5 34. e7 Re8 35. Ba4 Nc5 36. Qa7 Rxe7 37. Qxe7 Nxa4
$13) 31… Kxf7 32. Qf3 $36 Ne1 $2 33. Qb7+ Re7 34. Bxg6+ Kf6 35. Qxa6+ Re6
36. Qb5 $1) 31. Qxe6+ Kg7 (31… Kh7 $2 { Ftacnik } 32. Qf7+ Qg7 33. Qxc4
$18) 32. Ba4 (32. f5 { Ftacnik } 32… gxf5 33. Qxf5 $2 Rf8 $19) (32. Qxa6
$6 { Kramnik } 32… Rb2 33. Bxd3 cxd3 $11) 32… c3 $4 (32… Nxf2 $2 {
Kramnik } 33. Rxf2 Qa1+ (33… Rb2 34. Qe5+) 34. Kg2 Qxa4 35. Qe5+ $18) (
32… Nc5 $5 { Ftacnik } 33. Qe7+ Kg8 34. Bc2 (34. Be8 Rb7 35. Qe3 (35. Qe2
Kg7 36. Rd1 Nd3 $15) 35… Qxe3 36. fxe3 Kg7 37. Rc1 Rb4 $15) 34… Nd3 $13
) (32… Rb1 $2 { Kramnik } 33. Rxb1 Qxf2+ 34. Kh1 Qf3+ 35. Kh2 Qf2+ 36.
Kh3 Nxf4+ 37. gxf4 Qf3+ 38. Kh2 Qf2+ 39. Kh1 Qf3+ 40. Kg1 Qg3+ 41. Kf1 $18)
(32… Rb2 $6 { Kramnik } 33. Qe7+ Kh8 (33… Kg8 34. Bd7 $1) 34. Qf8+ Kh7
35. f5 $1 $16) (32… Rf8 $142 33. Be8 $1 (33. Qxa6 Nxf2 34. Qb6 $13) 33…
Qf6 (33… Rf6 $10 34. Qe7+ Kg8 35. Bc6) 34. Qxc4 Nxf4 (34… Nxf2 {
Kramnik } 35. Bd7 Qd6 (35… Rd8 36. Bc8 $5) 36. Rxf2 (36. Bc8 $5) 36…
Qxd7 37. Qxa6 $16) 35. Bd7 Qd6 $14) 33. Bc2 $1 { Jetzt entscheidet die
Fesselung des Nd3, der nicht mehr vom c4 Bauer gedeckt ist. } (33. Bb3 $5 {
Ftacnik } 33… Qf6 34. Qc4 Nc5 35. Ba2 $16) 33… Rb2 (33… Rf8 { Ftacnik
} 34. Qxa6 Rd8 35. Qb7+ Rd7 36. Qb6 $16) (33… Rd8 { Kramnik } 34. Qxa6)
34. Qe7+ Kg8 (34… Kh8 { Ftacnik } 35. f5 $1 gxf5 (35… Rxc2 36. f6 $18)
36. Qf8+ Kh7 37. Qxf5+ $18) 35. Qe2 $18 Nxf4 (35… Nc5 36. Qe8+ Kg7 37.
Qxg6+ Kf8 38. Rd1 $18) (35… Nb4 { Ftacnik } 36. Qe8+ Kg7 37. Re1 $18) 36.
gxf4 Kf7 (36… Qxf4 { Ftacnik } 37. Qe8+ Qf8 38. Qxg6+ $18) 37. Rd1 1-0

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