Chess PGN Game Match played Jun Xie vs Vassily V Smyslov- in Veterans-Women, Open: Ruy Lopez – fianchetto (Smyslov/Barnes) defence

Chess PGN Game Match played Jun Xie vs Vassily V Smyslov- in Veterans-Women, Open: Ruy Lopez - fianchetto (Smyslov/Barnes) defence


Match between Jun Xie and Vassily V Smyslov

Event: Veterans-Women

Variation: Ruy Lopez – fianchetto (Smyslov/Barnes) defence

Eco code: C76

Pgn File:


[Event “Veterans-Women”]
[Site “Copenhagen”]
[Date “1997.??.??”]
[Round “4”]
[White “Xie, Jun”]
[Black “Smyslov, Vassily V”]
[Result “0-1”]
[WhiteElo “2495”]
[BlackElo “2480”]
[ECO “C76”]
[Annotator “Hansen,Cu”]
[EventDate “1997.07.23”]
[PlyCount “108”]
[EventType “schev”]
[EventRounds “10”]
[EventCountry “DEN”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceDate “1997.11.23”]

1. e4 { Hecht } 1… e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 g6 4. c3 a6 5. Ba4 d6 6. d4 Bd7
7. O-O Bg7 8. dxe5 { At last years women against veterans tournament in
London – the Foxtrot tournament – Xie Jun played 8. d5 against Smyslov but
she lost that game too. } (8. d5 Nce7 9. Bxd7+ Qxd7 10. c4 Nf6 11. Nc3 O-O
12. Be3 b5 $5 $13 { Xie,Jun-Smyslov,V/London Wom-Vet (06) 1996 (52) }) 8…
dxe5 $5 { A slightly surprising decision to me. } (8… Nxe5 9. Nxe5 dxe5 {
Is, as far as I know, the easier way to equalise. The below given games by
the Exworldchampion indicates that he knows this very well. After the
textmove I believe black is slightly worse. However the expert Smyslov may
be of a different opinion. } 10. f4 Bxa4 11. Qxa4+ b5 $5 12. Qb3 (12. Qc2
exf4 13. Bxf4 Ne7 (13… Nf6 14. Bg5 $5 (14. Nd2 O-O 15. Nf3 Qe7 16. Rae1
Rfe8 17. Kh1 c5 $11 { Geller,E-Smyslov,V/ WchS-Bad Woerishofen ,EXT (08)
1991 (34) }) 14… Qe7 15. e5 Qxe5 16. Bxf6 Bxf6 17. Qf2 Be7 18. Qxf7+ Kd7
19. Qf3 Raf8 20. Qh3+ Qe6 21. Qxe6+ Kxe6 22. Re1+ { 1/2-1/2
Georgiev,Ki-Smyslov,V/Biel izt ,CBM (13) 1993 }) 14. Qf2 O-O 15. Qc5 Qd7
16. Nd2 Nc6 17. Nb3 Rad8 $11 { Marjanovic,S-Smyslov,V/Rome ,CBM 1988 (29) }
) 12… exf4 13. Bxf4 Nf6 $13 14. Nd2 O-O 15. Rae1 Nd7 16. Qc2 { 1/2-1/2
Geller, E-Smyslov,V/Sochi (02) 1986 }) 9. Be3 (9. Bg5 $5 Nge7 10. c4 Nd4
11. Nxd4 exd4 12. Bxe7 Qxe7 13. Bxd7+ Qxd7 14. Qd3 O-O 15. f4 f5 16. e5 g5
17. g3 $14 { Georgadze,T-Smyslov,V/URS ;Inf 27 1979 (31) }) 9… Nge7 10.
Nbd2 O-O 11. Bc2 $6 { Preparing Nd2-c4. However this could have been done
in a better way I think } (11. Nc4 $4 b5) (11. Bb3 $5 $14) 11… h6 12. a4
{ [%cal Yb2b4] /\b2-b4 () } 12… a5 { Now white has to decide on a plan.
Black can improve his position slowly with b7-b6 and maybe Ne7-c8-d6. Or –
more likely – play for f7-f5 } 13. Qb1 $6 { In my opinion to sophisticated
} (13. Nc4 { /\Qe2,Rfd1 or Bc2-b3 may not give white a great advantage but
it is an active continuation and should keep black occupied }) 13… b6 14.
Bb3 Kh8 15. Rd1 Qe8 16. Ne1 f5 $1 $36 { [%csl Ra1,Rb1, Re1][%cal Rf5f4]
=/+/-/+ Black has played the standardmoves for this line and has taken over
the initiative. Clearly whites heavy pieces on a1, b1 do not stand very
well. Things are happening on the kingside or in the center. } 17. exf5
gxf5 18. f3 Rd8 19. Nc4 Qg6 20. Na3 { [%csl Rc7][%cal Ra3b5] White is
desperately trying to find counterplay } 20… Be6 $6 { Solid. However with
most of whites pieces standing very strange and badly coordinated it makes
sence to look for a more forceful contination: } (20… e4 $5 { [%cal
Yc6e5,Rf5f4,Re4e3] / \Ne5 -> – /\f5-f4 + e4-e3 } 21. Bc2 $8 (21. fxe4 fxe4
22. Nb5 Nf5 $17 { Blacks attack is very strong and his forces well
coordinated }) 21… Ne5 22. fxe4 f4 23. Bf2 (23. Bd4 f3) 23… f3 24. Bg3
(24. g3 Qh5 { [%csl Rh2][%cal Re5g4,Ye7g6] }) 24… Qh5 { [%cal
Ye7g6,Yg6f4,Rf3f2] /\25. – f2+ 26.Bxf2 Rxf2 27.Kxf2 Ng4+ -> } 25. gxf3 Rxf3
26. Nxf3 Nxf3+ 27. Kh1 Nxh2 $19 { This is just one variation showing blacks
possibilities with almost all or whites army still “asleep” on the
queenside. I believe it was the logical way to punish whites rather
unfortunate handling of the position. }) 21. Qa2 Bxb3 22. Qxb3 { [%csl Rc7]
[%cal Ya3b5] } 22… Na7 { White is not worse any more. A lot of the
dynamic has been taking out of blacks position } 23. Bf2 Nec8 24. Qc4 Qc6
$6 (24… c5 $5 $13) 25. Bh4 (25. Qxc6 $5 Nxc6 26. Nb5 $14) 25… Rd6 26.
Qxc6 Rxc6 27. Rd7 Nd6 28. Rd1 Kg8 29. Be7 $2 (29. Bd8 $1 Rf7 30. Rxc7 $16)
29… Rf7 30. Rd8+ Bf8 31. Bh4 Nc4 $1 $15 { Black is again standing well,
because white did not use his chance to either improve his piece-setup(Ne1)
or win material } 32. Nb5 Nxb5 33. axb5 Re6 { [%csl Gc4] } 34. Nd3 Rd6 35.
b3 Rxd8 36. Bxd8 Rd7 37. Nf2 Rxd1+ 38. Nxd1 { [#] Hecht Weak White pawn-
and piece-placement; loss of a pawn because of the threatened metamorphosis
of the a-pawn. Powerful and clear conduct of the play by Black with two
passed pawns. [#] Hecht schwache weiße Bauern- und Figurenstellung;
Bauernverlust wegen der drohenden Metamorphose des a-Bauern. Kraftvolle und
klare Spielführung durch Schwarz bei zwei Freibauern. } 38… Nd2 39. Kf2
(39. Bxc7 Bc5+ 40. Kh1 e4 $19 { [%cal Re4e3,Rd2b3] Blacks pieces are so
much better than he wins easy in spite of being temporarily a P down } (
40… Nxb3 { Hecht } 41. c4 Bd4 $19)) 39… Nxb3 40. Nb2 Bd6 $19 41. Ke2 e4
42. fxe4 fxe4 43. g3 Kf7 44. Kd1 Nc5 45. Nc4 a4 46. Kc2 Ke6 47. Kb2 Nd3+
48. Ka2 Ne5 49. Ne3 Nf7 50. Bh4 Ng5 51. Bxg5 hxg5 52. h4 gxh4 53. gxh4 Bc5
54. Ng2 Kf5 0-1

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