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Dutch Defense game vs. Chess Titans

Postby PaulWeaver » Mon Jan 13, 2014 5:27 pm

Chess Titans (level 10) - Paul Weaver 1/3/14 Dutch Defense 1 d4 f5 2 e4 fxe4 3 Nc3 Nf6 4 Bg5 e6?? (4 ... g6 is the book move which allows black to get out of the opening alive) 5 Bxf6 Qxf6 6 Nxe4 Qf7 (6 ... Qg6 7 Ng3! and white has all kinds of fun) 7 Bb5 Be7 8 Ne2! (intending 0-0, f4, Ng3 and f5!) 0-0 9 0-0 a6 (here black came up with this and the following moves to develop his queenside pieces but white already has too much) 10 Bd3 b5 11 f4 Bb7 (11 ... h6 necessary though black is still in trouble after 12 N2g3 with threats of f5 or Be2-h5 or even 13 Ng5 hxg5 14 fxg5 followed by g6 and Qh5) 12 Ng5 Bxg5 13 fxg5 Qh5 (13 ... Qe7 14 Rxf8+ Qxf8 15 Qh5!) 14 Rxf8+ Kxf8 15 Ng3? 15 Qd2! Qg4 16 Ng3 followed by Rf1+ right line for white) Qh4?? (trading queens followed ... by Kg8 was a must) 16 c3 Nc6 (16 ... Kg8 17 Qd2!! Nc6 [17 ... d6 18 Rf1! e5 19 Nf5!!] [17 ... h6 18 g6! Qg5 19 Qf2 Nc6 20 Rf1!] 18 Rf1 e5 19 Qf2!!) 17 Qh5?? (17 Qf3+ Kg8 18 Rf1! g6 19 Qf7+ Kh8 20 Qf6+ Kg8 21 Rf4 won directly for white. Apparently the program doesn't have that mating pattern in its programming) Qxh5 18 Nxh5 Kg8 19 Re1! (this is actually the right program for white and the one which gives black the most trouble) Ne7 20 b3 Rf8 21 c4 bxc4 22 bxc4 Nf5 23 Bxf5?? (this drops white into a lost endgame. with 23 d5!! white forces black to find 23 ... Nh4! since 23 ... exd5 loses to 24 cxd5 d6 25 g4! now 24 dxe6 Nxg2 25 Re2 Bf3! 26 Rf2! dxe6 with equality) Rxf5 24 Rb1 Bc6 (not fearing the loss of the pawn on c7 since white's pawns are weak) 25 Rb8+ Kf7 26 h4 Ra5! (not 26 ... h6? 27 g4! the text doesn't give white a prayer) 27 Rb2 h6 28 c5! (a surprising block but black finds another way) hxg5 29 hxg5 Ra4 30 g6+ Kxg6 31 Nf4+ Kf5 32 Ne2 Bd5 33 Rd2 Rxa2 (two pawns up black must win) 34 Rxa2 Bxa2 35 Kf2 Bc4 36 Nc3 d6 37 Kf3 Bd5+ 38 Nxd5 (the programming doesn't recognize lost king and pawn endings) exd5 39 c6 a5 and black won the remaining moves were 40 g3 a4 41 g4+ Kg5 42 Kg3 a3 43 Kf3 a2 44 Ke3 a1Q 45 Kd3 Kxg4 46 Kd2 Qa3 47 Ke2 Qc3 48 Kd1 Qb2 49 Kc1 Kf3 50 Kd1 Ke3 51 Ke1 Qe2 mate
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