{Akdag, Murat - Serradimigni, Robert}
EU/C2015/ct02

[C18]

[2015.03.15]

1.e4 I played this move to play a prepared novelty for my oponent who plays Spanish. 1. ... e6!! The power of this move is hidden in the surprize factor. My French opponent plays French for the first time in his life. 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 Bb4 4.e5 c5 5.a3 Bxc3+ 6.bxc3 Ne7 7.Qg4 cxd4 8.Qxg7 Rg8 9.Qxh7 Qc7 10.Ne2!! Nbc6 Here to play strategic is the important factor. The move order of the pwan moves is important. 11.f4! Beginning of asseries of pawn moves. 11. ... dxc3 12.h4 d4 13.h5 Bd7 14.h6 O-O-O 15.Qd3 Kb8 16.h7 Rh8 17.Rb1 Bc8 18.g4 b6 19.Bg2 Bb7 20.Rh6!! A perfect move which crowns the correct and energetic moves of the White side. Until now my move choices depended on 70% human intervention 30% computer analysis. From now on the ratio is reversed. 20. ... Nd5 21.Be4 Rd7 22.g5 Qc8 23.f5 Ne3 24.fxe6 fxe6 25.Bxe3 Ba6 26.Qxa6!! Behind this perfect Queen sacrifice lies the strength of White's position. 26. ... Qxa6 27.Bf4 d3 28.cxd3 c2 29.Rc1 Qa5+ 30.Kf1 The sad part here is that the Black side who has a Queen for 2 Bishops doesn't have plan to save the game. 30. ... Qa4 31.g6 Rg7 32.Bg5 Ne7 33.Bf6 Rxg6 34.Rh3!! Every move must be the best. 34. ... Rxh7 35.Rxh7 Nf5 36.Kf2 Rg8
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