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Few Analysed game

[Site "?"]
[Date "2003.10.20"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Oosterman, Maarten-Jan (NED)"]
[Black "Bruneau, Michel"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "A50"]
[WhiteElo "2200"]
[BlackElo "2254"]
[Annotator "Chess-Theory"]
[PlyCount "66"]
[EventDate "2002.04.20"]



{Queen's pawn Opening. Queen's Indian accelerated defence.} 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6
3. Nc3 ({If White decides here to develop their King's Knight it's possible to
enter in the Queen's Indian defence, whose one of great lines is:} 3. Nf3 b6 4.
Nc3 Bb7 5. a3 d5 6. cxd5 Nxd5 7. Qc2 Nxc3 8. Qxc3 Nd7 9. Bg5 Be7 10. Bxe7 Kxe7
11. e3 Rc8 12. Be2 c5 13. dxc5 Rxc5 14. Qxg7 Rg8 15. Qxh7 Rxg2 16. Qh4+ Nf6 17.
Rd1 Qc7 18. Nd4 a5 19. Nb5 $4 Rxb5 $1 20. Bxb5 Rg4 {
0-1 Portisch Lajos - Karpov Anatoly E12 SKA Biel 1996}) 3... b6 {This secondary
way leads to a Queen's Indian formation. We may consider this move is weak, at
the precise moment where it's played, and prefer the 3...Bb4 of the
Nimzo-Indian defence. Let us add, the begining, rather often encounter at
the Alekhine's time, is played today only at a modest level..} 4. e4 $1 {
The strongest retort, because it contests precisely the last Black's move by
constituting a perfect centre. Mutual objective of both defences, the
Nimzo-Indian and the Queen's Indian, is precisely to try to oppose the pushing
of the e-pawn to e4.} 4... Bb7 5. Bd3 {This retort, the most usual, is
excellent and preserve a slight advantage for White.} ({
Exepted some cases, you don't play todays like Euwe:} 5. e5 Ne4 $8 6. Qc2 Nxc3
7. bxc3 $5 (7. Qxc3 $5) 7... d6 8. Nf3 $5 {
The Euwe's idea seems to create a mass of central pawns.} 8... Nd7 9. exd6
Bxd6 10. Bd3 h6 11. Be4 Bxe4 12. Qxe4 {
=/pas clair Euwe, Max -Davidson, J 0-1 (36) A50 La Hague 1921}) 5... Bb4 ({
Less ambitious is:} 5... d6 6. Nge2 c5 7. d5 exd5 8. cxd5 Be7 9. Ng3 O-O 10.
O-O Ne8 11. f4 Bf6 12. Kh1 g6 13. Qe2 Nd7 14. Bd2 Bg7 15. Rae1 $14 {
Bagirov, Vladimir - Glisic, Vojislav 1-0 (29) A50 Novi Sad 1988}) 6. Qc2 ({
As been played by correspondence:} 6. Nf3 d5 7. O-O O-O 8. Ne5 $2 {
[Kirjeshakki]} ({Kirjeshakki suggests here:} 8. cxd5 $1 exd5 9. a3 Bd6 10. b4
Re8 11. Qb3 $2 a6 $2 ({But sharpest move at Black's disposal is:} 11... dxe4 $1
12. Ng5 exd3 13. Nxf7 Bd5 14. Nxd5 Bxh2+ 15. Kxh2 Qxd5 16. Qxd5 Nxd5 $17)) 8...
Nbd7 9. f4 $2 {[Kirjeshakki]} (9. exd5 Nxe5 $1 10. dxe5 Bxc3 11. exf6 Bxf6 12.
dxe6 fxe6 $11 {[Kirjeshakki]}) 9... Rc8 $2 {[Kirjesshakki] Olli, Erkki -
Jaderholm, Bo 1-0 (29) B00 corr Finland ch M-70 1970}) 6... c5 7. d5 b5 8.
cxb5 $146 ({Is equally possible:} 8. b3 O-O 9. Nge2 d6 10. a3 Bxc3+ 11. Nxc3
exd5 12. Nxd5 bxc4 13. bxc4 Bxd5 14. cxd5 Nbd7 15. O-O Rb8 {
Fernandez, Felix - Stipari, Fabrizio 1/2-1/2 (53) A50 corr CC 2002}) 8... exd5
9. exd5 Bxd5 {=/not clear Black maintains the equality and in addition has
a certain initiative.} 10. Nf3 $5 ({I had examined the continuation.} 10. Kf1
Be6 11. Bg5 d5 12. Bxh7 Nbd7 13. Bf5 Qb6 $11) 10... O-O 11. O-O $5 Bxf3 12.
gxf3 {The pulling down of White's castle is it, for them, an advantage
(opening of the g-file) or a disadvantage (weakening of the pawn stucture)? ...
The present game contributes to this theme. The temporary and relative
conclusion, would be a balanced compensation between their opposite effects.}
12... d5 13. Bg5 $1 {This time White gets a significant initiative and threats
on Black's castle are rather evident.} 13... Bxc3 14. bxc3 h6 {
Black has to consider the risk of demolition of their castle.} 15. Be3 $11 Nbd7
({More risked is:} 15... c4 $2 16. Bf5 Re8 17. Kh1 a6 18. a4 Nbd7 19. Rg1 $1
Kh8 20. Bxh6 $1 $16) 16. Kh1 Ne5 $11 {
Black menages to maintain a certain unbalance.} 17. Rg1 Qd6 ({
Black has any defence after:} 17... c4 $2 18. Bf5 Kh8 19. Rg3 a6 20. Rag1 axb5
{(what other?)} 21. Bd4 $1 Nc6 $18 (21... Nh5 $18)) 18. Bxh6 Nh5 $8 19. Rg5
Qxh6 $11 {Black's defence holds out.} 20. Rxe5 g6 $1 $14 {Only move permitting
Black to have an active defence. At the end of the game my valorous opponent
specifies me: "I didn't see 20...g6 coming. It was a great surprise to me
when you played it and it was a very good plane". Precisely: i) Black's
King will find an appropriate shelter in g7. ii) The Knight h5 is protected
and aims to reach the "attack square f4". iii) Rooks are able to clear a way
along the 8th rank.} 21. Rg1 $1 {Undeniably White chooses the best move.} ({
Was a Trap:} 21. Rxd5 $2 Nf4 22. Qc1 Kg7 23. Be4 Rh8 24. Qg1 $17 Rae8 25. Rxc5
Rh7 26. Bxg6 Nxg6 27. Rg5 Kf6 $19) (21. c4 $2 Nf4 22. cxd5 Kg7 $1 23. Qc3 f6
24. Re7+ Rf7 25. Rxf7+ Kxf7 26. Rg1 Rh8 27. Bxg6+ Nxg6 28. Rg2 Nf4 29. Qxc5
Nxg2 30. Qc7+ $19) 21... Kg7 22. Bf1 $1 $11 ({
White avoids now the other nasty trap:} 22. Reg5 $2 Nf4 23. Qd2 Nh3 24. Rxg6+
fxg6 25. Rxg6+ Qxg6 26. Bxg6 Kxg6 27. Qxd5 Rae8 $19) 22... Rh8 23. h3 Nf4 24.
Rg3 $8 $11 ({Evidently not:} 24. Qf5 $4 $17 Qh4 $1 ({The weak retort} 24...
Nxh3 $6 {gives only the draw, like proves what follows::} 25. Bxh3 Qxh3+ 26.
Qxh3 Rxh3+ 27. Kg2 Rh5 28. f4 $11 Kf6 29. Rxh5 gxh5 30. Kf3 Rh8 31. Rg5 Ke6 32.
c4 d4 $11) 25. Re3 $17 Rh5 $1 26. Qg4 Qf6 27. Qd7 d4 28. cxd4 cxd4 29. Rb3 Rd8
30. Qc6 d3 31. Qxf6+ Kxf6 32. Rb4 Rh4 $19) 24... Rae8 25. Rxe8 Rxe8 26. Qd2 Ne2
$17 {Black seems here have a significant positional advantage. All the problem
is to know if he will be able to improve this one in a winning game.} 27. Qxh6+
Kxh6 28. Bxe2 Rxe2 29. f4 {Here White proposes the draw, but I decline this
offer because I had prepared the following move.} 29... c4 $1 {The advanced
c4-pawn is dangerous; more this move immobilizes the weak pawn c3 and,
simultaneously, limits the mobility of the White's Rook.} 30. Rg1 $17 Rxf2 31.
Rd1 $1 {The best choice.} ({On the plausible move} 31. a4 $17 {
Black has good chances of winning:} 31... Rxf4 ({Is not so clear::} 31... Rc2
32. Rd1 Rxc3 33. Kg2 Ra3 34. Rxd5 Rxa4 35. Rc5 Kg7 36. Kf2 Ra5 37. Re5 Kf6 38.
Rc5 $17) (31... Rd2 $6 32. Rg2 Rd3 33. Rc2 Kh5 $17) 32. Kg2 d4 $1 $19) 31...
Kh5 $5 $17 {By moving forward this way Black's King proposes to capture if
possible a pawn of the King side and, in the same time, taking advantage of
the Black's Rook in the second rank, to create direct threats on the opponent
King.} ({Don't give any clear result:} 31... Rxa2 32. Rxd5 Rc2 33. Rd7 Rxc3 34.
Kg2 Rb3 35. Rxf7 Rxb5 36. Rxa7 Rc5 37. Ra2 c3 38. Rc2 Kh5 39. Kf3 Kh4 40. Kg2
Rc6 41. Kh2 $13) 32. a4 $1 $17 {It's interesting to follow the intricacies of
this very technical endgame. White plays in a subtle way and again makes the
best choice.} ({I had more or less anticipated} 32. Kg1 $6 {
allowing Black to hope the winning:} 32... Rxa2 33. Rxd5+ Kh4 $17 34. Rd4 Kg3
35. Kf1 Ra5 ({leads directly to draw:} 35... Rf2+ 36. Ke1 Rxf4 37. Rd7 Rf5 38.
Rxa7 Rxb5 39. Rxf7 Re5+ 40. Kd2 Kxh3 41. Rc7 g5 $1 ({It seems it is better than
} 41... Re4 42. Rg7 Rg4 43. Ke3 g5 44. Rg8 Kg3 45. Rg7 Kg2 46. Rg8 Kf1 $1 47.
Kf3 Rg2 48. Rc8 Rh2 49. Kg3 Rh4 50. Re8 Rf4 51. Re5 Rf2 52. Re4 Rg2+ $11) 42.
Rxc4 g4 $17 {This fictional endgame (it's only an analysis line!) is frankly
captivating. Each side owns a Rook and a passed pawn; it seems Black's one is
more dangerous; but is it enough?} 43. Rc8 g3 44. Rh8+ Kg2 45. c4 Kf2 46. Rf8+
Kg1 47. Rg8 g2 48. Kd3 Kf2 49. Kd4 Re1 50. c5 g1=Q {Like we had foreseen
Black's pawn gets the promotion more quickly than White's one, what is very
often decisive.} 51. Rxg1 Rxg1 {We are now in a classical King+Rook against
King+pawn. Such endgames are usually winning for the camp owning the Rook.
But here, in view the excellent position of the White's King and the fact
Black's King is clearly recessed, it's quite clear the game is a draw. The
White's pawn, protected by its King, will go to promotion, and so Black's Rook
will be obliged to sacrifice oneself.} 52. Kd5 Rd1+ 53. Ke6 Rc1 54. Kd6 Ke3 55.
c6 {etc ... the game is really a draw!}) 36. Rxc4 Rxb5 37. Ke2 a5 38. Ke3 Kxh3
39. Kf3 $19 {Black owns one extra-pawn. Their pawns of the King's side are
tied. Finally the passed pawn a5 is particularly dangerous according to its
remoteness.} 39... Rb1 40. Ra4 Rb3 41. Rc4 a4 42. Rc8 ({Worse is:} 42. Rxa4
Rxc3+ 43. Ke4 Kg3 $1 $19) 42... Kh2 43. Kf2 Rb2+ 44. Kf3 a3 $1 {
and Black wines easily}) (32. a4 Kh4 (32... Kh4 33. Kg1 Rxf4 (33... Rc2 34.
Rxd5 Kxh3 35. Rd7 Kg3 36. Kf1 f5 37. Rxa7 Kxf4 $11 (37... Rxc3 $11)) (33... Ra2
34. Rxd5 Kxh3 35. Rg5 Rxa4 36. f5 Ra3 37. fxg6 fxg6 38. Rxg6 Rxc3 39. Kf2 Rb3
40. Rg5 c3 41. Ke3 c2+ 42. Kd2 Rc3 43. Kc1 Rc7 44. Rg6 Rc5 45. Rg7 Rxb5 46.
Rxa7 Rc5 47. Ra2 $11) (33... Rxf4 34. Rxd5 Kxh3 35. Rd7 Rf3 36. Rxa7 Kg3 37. b6
Rxc3 38. Kf1 Rb3 39. a5 f5 40. Rg7 Kf3 41. Ke1 Ke3 $11) (33... Rf3 $2 34. Rxd5
Rxc3 35. Rd7 Kg3 36. Kf1 f5 37. Rxa7 Kxf4 38. Rc7 Kf3 39. Ke1 Ke3 40. Kd1 Kd4)
34. Rxd5 Kxh3 35. Rd7 Kg3 36. Rxa7 Rf3 37. b6 Rxc3 38. Kf1 Rb3 39. a5 f5 40.
Ke2 g5 41. Rg7 $16) (32... Ra2 33. Rxd5+ Kh4 34. Rg5 Kxh3 35. Kg1 Rxa4 36. Kf2
Ra3 37. f5 Rxc3 38. fxg6 fxg6 39. Rxg6 Rb3 $11)) ({
Would be in return a serious fault from White:} 32. Rxd5+ $2 Kh4 33. a4 Kxh3
34. Kg1 $8 Ra2 35. Rg5 Kh4 36. Kf1 Rxa4 37. Ke2 Ra3 38. Kd2 a6 39. bxa6 Rxa6
40. Rc5 Kg3 41. Rxc4 Ra2+ $17 42. Kd3 Rf2 43. Rc8 Rf3+ 44. Kd4 Rxf4+ 45. Ke5 f5
{with Black's winning.}) 32... Kh4 33. Kg1 $1 $17 {
In this endgame very hard for him, White don't make the least mistake.} ({On}
33. Rxd5 $2 $17 {les Noirs prennent progressivement l'avantage.} 33... Kxh3 34.
Kg1 Ra2 35. f5 $17 g5 36. Rd7 Kg4 37. Kf1 Rxa4 38. f6 Ra5 39. Kg2 Rxb5 40. Rxa7
Rb2+ 41. Kf1 Kf3 $19 42. Ke1 Rb1+ 43. Kd2 g4 44. Rxf7 Rb2+ 45. Kd1 Rb6 46. Ke1
g3 47. Rg7 Rxf6 48. Kf1 Rd6 49. Rf7+ Ke4 50. Kg2 Rd3 51. Re7+ Kd5 52. Rf7 Rxc3
53. Rd7+ Kc5 54. Rc7+ Kb4 {and Black wins easily.}) 33... Ra2 {Playing this
move I realized this endgame was a draw in any case. Further lines of this
game to study are so numerous that I devoted many days for this; it seems
rather difficult to reproduce this ones on the present page; now, with a few
time and patience, it's not difficult to find this lines one by one} ({
Don't give any result:} 33... Kg3 34. Rxd5 Rf3 $11 35. Rd7 Rxc3 36. Kf1 f5 37.
Rxa7 Kxf4 38. Rc7 Ke3 39. b6 Rc1+ 40. Kg2 Rc2+) (33... Ra2 34. Rxd5 Kxh3 35.
Rg5 Rxa4 36. Kf2 Ra3 37. f5 Rxc3 38. fxg6 fxg6 39. Rxg6 Rb3 40. Rg7 Rxb5 41.
Rxa7 Rc5 42. Ke3 Kg4 43. Ra2 Kf5 44. Kd4 Rc8 45. Rc2 c3 46. Rxc3 Rxc3 47. Kxc3
$11) ({The draw is equally evident after:} 33... Rc2 34. Rxd5 Kxh3 35. Kf1 Rxc3
36. Rd7 f5 37. Rxa7 Kg3) 1/2-1/2
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Post Sun Feb 20, 2011 2:53 pm

Re: Few Analysed game

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