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Friday, December 17, 2010

Spud2k10 vs Zabbura2002

This was the game that I mentioned yesterday.
It was a close game, almost equal, but I think white had more advantage at some point.
A few bad moves and the game was mine - not with a very clear win though.

1. e4 c5
2. Nf3 Nf6
3. Nc3 d5
4. exd5 Nxd5
5. Nxd5 Qxd5
6. d3 c4
7. Be3

7. ..cxd {I think this was a bad move because I let the bishops to team up}
8. Bxd3 e5
9. c4

9. ..Bb4+ {White could not protect the King because Bishop on d3 would be unprotected}
10. Kf1 Qe6
11. Qa4+ Nc6
12. a3

12. ..Be7 {I decided to move the game to the White's King side}
13. Re1 Bd7
14. Be4 {I was more worried of the attack on e5 but White has just blocked it with it's own Bishop, so I should be ok for now}
14. ..Nd4
15. Qd1 Nxf3
16. gxf? {I think white has a stronger attack after 16. Qxf3 Qxc4+ 17. Re2}
I have 2 options at this point, whether to swing the Queen to the King side with ..Qh3+ or not. I figured, since White has an exit point of Ke2, while my Queen has to come back to e6 to still be in the game, it's not a good decision}
16. ..Qxc4+ 
17. Bd3 Bh3+
18. Ke2 { White can't play Kg1 because ..Qe6, ..e5 setting up for ..Qg6+}
18. ..Qc6
19. Qb3 O-O
20. Rhg1 Be6
21. Qd1 Rfd8
22. Qc1 Qxc1
23. Rxc1 Bf6
24. Rc2 b6
25. Be4 Bd5
26. Bxd5 Rxd5
27. Rd2 Rxd2+
28. Bxd2 e4
29. b3 Re8
30. fxe4 Rxe4+
31. Be3 h6
32. f3 Rh4
33. Rg2 Be5

Enjoy the rest of the game, where liquidation took place and 34. f4? gave the game away for White.
34. ..Bxf4
35. Bxf4 Rxf4


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