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Postby PaulWeaver » Fri Feb 20, 2015 10:34 pm

Schauwecker-Doda King's Indian-Czech Benoni 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5 g6 4 Nc3 d6 5 e4 Bg7 6 Be2 0-0 7 Nf3 e5 8 0-0 Nbd7 9 Ne1 Ne8 10 Nd3 Qe7?! (Rated as dubious. An a better move is not suggested though. 10 ... f5 looks logical) 11 Bd2 f5 12 a3 Ndf6 13 f4 f4 14 b4 b6 15 a4 a5? (Rated a mistake. Now white wins a pawn) 16 bxa5 bxa5 17 Nc1 g5 18 Nb3 Kh8 19 Nb5 g4 20 Nxa5 g3 21 h3 (forcing black to sacrifice on h3 or die in the attempt) Nh5 22 Re1 Bxh3 23 gxh3 g2 24 Bd3 Qh4 25 Re2 Rf6 26 Rxg2 Ng3 27 Bf1 Rg6 28 Nc6 Qxh3 29 Ne7 Rh6 (the clock probably played a significant role of the game as it becomes very tactical) 30 Nf5 Bxf5 31 exf5 Qh1+ 32 Kf2 Qh4+ 33 Ke2 e4 34 fxe4 Be5 35 Ra3 Nf6 36 Qc2 f3+ 37 Rxf3 Nxe4 38 Bxh6 Qxh6 39 Qxe4 Rxa4 40 Ra3 Qh5+ 41 Qg4. 1-0

Schauwecker-Botterill King's Indian 1 d4 g6 2 c4 Bg7 3 Nc3 d6 4 e4 Nf6 5 Be2 0-0 6 Nf3 e5 7 0-0 Nc6 8 d5 Ne7 9 Ne1 Nd7 10 Nd3 f5 11 Bd2 c5 12 Rb1 Nf6 13 f3 f4 14 b4 b6 15 a4 g5 16 a5 Rf7 17 Ra1 cxb4 18 Nxb4 bxa5 19 Nd3 Ba6 20 Nb5 Rc8 21 Bxa5 Qd7 22 Nb4 Bxb5 23 cxb5 g4 24 Nc6 Bf8 25 Qa4 Rg7 26 Bb4 gxf3 27 Bxf3 Rc7 28 Ba5 Rc8 29 Be1 Rc7 30 Bf2 Nc8 31 Rfb1 Qh3 (white has reached a winning position and black is desperate for counterplay. The booklet indicates the consolidating move 32 Rb3 securing the position for white to proceed to victory) 32 Kf1 Qxh2 33 Ke2 Nh5 34 Kd3 Rg3 35 Qc2 (this is indicated as a blunder and 35 Bxg3 Qxg3 36 Rb2 is suggested) Rxf3+ (missing his chance with 35 ... Qxg2) 36 gxf3 Qh3 37 Qe2 Ng3 38 Bxg3 fxg3 39 Rh1 Qd7 40 Rag1 Nb6 41 Rxg3+ Kh8 1-0

An exquisite squeeze executed by Unzicker.
Unzicker-Hug English 1 Nf3 c5 2 c4 Nc6 3 Nc3 g6 4 e3 Nf6 5 d4 cxd4 6 exd4 d6 7 Be2 Bg4 8 d5 Bxf3 9 Bxf3 Ne5 10 Be2 Bg7 11 0-0 0-0 12 Be3 Qc8 13 b3 Neg4 14 Bd2 Bh6 15 h3 Bxd2 16 Qxd2 Ne5 17 Rfe1 Qc5 18 Na4 Qa3 19 Bf1 Rfe8 20 Re3 Ned7 21 Rae1 Kf8 22 Nc3 Qa5 23 Qb2 Rac8 24 Ne4 Ng8 25 Qh8 h6 26 Qb2 Ndf6 27 Nc3 a6 28 Rd1 Nd7 29 Ne2 Ne5 30 Nd4 Qb6 31 Qd2 Kg7 32 Rde1 Qc5 33 a4 Kh7 34 Kh1 Qc7 35 f4 Nd7 36 Bd3 Ndf6 37 g4 Qc5 38 Bb1 Rc7 39 g5 hxg5 40 f5 Nxd5 41 fxg6+ fxg6 42 Ne6 1-0

A pair of great fighting games

Matanovic-Ghizdavu Alekhine's Defense 1 e4 Nf6 2 e5 Nd5 3 d4 d6 4 Nf3 Bg4 5 Be2 e6 6 0-0 Be7 7 c4 Nb6 8 Nc3 0-0 9 Be3 Nc6 10 exd6 cxd6 11 d5 exd5 12 Nxd5 Nxd5 13 Qxd5 Bf6 14 Rab1 Be6 15 Qb5 d5 16 Rbd1 d4 17 Qxb7 Qd6 18 Qa6 Qc5 19 Qb5 Qxb5 20 cxb5 dxe3 21 bxc6 exf2+ 22 Rxf2 Rab8 23 Nd4 Bxa2 24 Rxf6 gxf6 25 Bg4 Rxb2 26 c7 Bd5 27 Bh3 Bb7 28 Rc1 a5 29 Nf5 a4 30 Nd6 a3 31 Nxb7 a2 32 c8Q Rxc8 33 Rxc8 Kg7 34 Ra8 Rb1+ 35 Kf2 a1Q 36 Rxa1 Rxa1 37 Nd6 (the big combinations are over. In the final part of this game white plays on for the win. In the end Black slips) Ra3 38 Bf5 Ra5 39 Be4 Re5 40 Kf3 Re6 41 Nf5+ Kg8 42 h4 Re5 43 h5 Ra5 44 h6 Ra1 45 Ng3 Ra5 46 Kf4 Rc5 47 Bf3 Ra5 48 Ne4 Kh8 49 g4 Re5 50 Be2 Rd5 51 Ba6 Rd1 52 Kf5 Rh1 53 Nd6 Kg8 54 Bc4 Rxh6 55 Bxf7+ Kf8? (After a heroic defense black loses, Ghizdavu indicates 55 ... Kg7! as drawing: 56 Bh5 Kf8 57 Ne4 Ke7 58 Ng3! Kd6 59 Ke4 Ke6 60 Nf5 Rg6 61 Bxg6 hxg6 62 Nd4+ Kd6 63 Kf4 Kd5) 56 Bh5 Ke7 57 Ne4 1-0

Notes by Markland/Hecht
Markland-Hecht French Defense 1 e4 e6 2 Nc3 d5 3 Nf3 Nf6 4 e5 Ne4 5 Qe2 Nxc3 6 dxc3 Be7 7 h4 b6 8 Bg5 Ba6 9 Bxe7 Qxe7 10 Qe3 Bxf1 11 Kxf1 Nc6 12 g3 0-0 13 Kg2 f6 14 Rae1 Rae8 15 Re2 f5 16 Rd1 Na5 17 Qf4 c5 18 Nd2 Nc6 19 Nf3 b5 20 a4 a6 21 b3 c4 22 Nd4 Nxd4 23 Qxd4 f4 24 Ree1 f3+? (This is considered a mistake. Instead 24 ... Rf7! 25 axb5 axb5 26 Ra1 Ref8 27 Kh3!?) 25 Kh2 Rf5 26 axb5 axb5 27 Ra1 Qf7 28 Ra7 Qh5 29 Kh3 Qg6 30 Qg4? (White missed 30 Rea1! Ref8 31 Ra8= or 30 ... Rff8 31 Qg4=) Qxg4+ 31 Kxg4 h5+ 32 Kh3 cxb3 33 cxb3 Rc8 34 Re3 b4! 35 c4 dxc4 36 bxc4 Rxc4 37 Rd3 Rxe5? (37 ... Rc1! was a better winning try. White later missed a draw) 38 Rxf3 Rf5 39 Rxf5 exf5 40 Rb7 Kh7 41 Rb6 f4 42 gxf4? (42 g4! leads to a draw) Rxf4 43 Kg3 Rg4+ 44 Kh3 Rc4 45 f3 Kg8 46 Rb7 Kf8 47 Kg3 g6 48 Rb6 Kf7 49 Kh3 Ke7! 50 Rxg6 Kd7 51 Rh6 b3 52 Rxh5 Kc6 53 Rh8 Kb7 54 Rh7+ Rc7 55 Rh5 Kb6 56 Rh6+ Rc6 57 Rh8 Kb7 0-1
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