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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] Anand se impuso en Córcega.
Fecha:Martes, 5 de Noviembre, 2002  20:45:58 (+0000)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga @...............com>

Amigos listeros:

 

Al final, se necesitó de blitz, para conocer el ganador del Corsica Masters.

 

Paso a ofrecerles las partidas comentadas por Deep Fritz 7:

 

Saludos cordiales,

 

Angel.

 

 

(29) Karpov,A (2688) - Anand,V (2755) [E12]
6th Corsica Masters Bastia FRA (4.1), 04.11.2002
[Deep Fritz 7 (5s)]

1.d4 Cf6 2.c4 e6 3.Cf3 b6 4.a3 Ab7 5.Cc3 d5 6.cxd5 Cxd5 7.Ad2 Cd7 8.Cxd5 exd5 9.g3 Ae7 [ 9...Ad6 10.Ag5 ( 10.Ah3 0-0 11.Ag5 f6 12.Ad2 De7 13.Af5 Aa6 14.Ae3 Tfe8 15.Da4 Cb8 16.Dc2 g5 17.0-0 Ab5 18.b4 Cc6 19.Db2 Ac4 20.b5 Ca5 21.a4 a6 22.Tab1 axb5 23.axb5 Cb7 24.Dd2 Ta2 AnMon506-Crafty1710/Computer chess game 2000/1/2-1/2 (85)) 10...Ae7 11.Axe7 Dxe7 12.Tc1 c5 13.Ah3 0-0 14.dxc5 bxc5 15.Axd7 Dxd7 16.Txc5 Dh3 17.Dd3 Tac8 18.Txc8 Txc8 19.Db5 Ac6 20.Dd3 Aa4 21.De3 h6 22.Cd4 Dg2 23.Tf1 Ad7 24.Cf3 Akopian,V-Polgar,J/It, Merida MEX 2000/0-1 (35)] 10.Ag2 0-0 11.0-0 c5 12.dxc5N [ 12.Dc2 Te8 13.Tfe1 Cf6 14.Ag5 Tc8 15.Ah3 Tc7 16.Tac1 c4 17.Ce5 Ce4 18.Af4 Ac8 19.Ag2 f6 20.Cf3 Af5 0-1 San Segundo Pablo-Vyzmanavin Alexey/Zaragoza 1993 (20) ( 20...Af5 21.Rf1 0-1 San Segundo Carrillo,P-Vyzmanavin,A (21)) ] 12...bxc5 13.b4 Af6+/= [ 13...d4 14.bxc5 Cxc5 15.Af4=] 14.Tb1 c4 Black gets more space 15.Tc1 Te8 16.Ac3 Db6 17.Axf6 Cxf6 18.e3 a5 19.Dd4 Db5 20.Tb1 Ac8 21.Db2 axb4 22.Cd4 A sound move 22...Db6 23.axb4 The passed pawn on b4 will become decisive later 23...Ad7 24.Ta1 h6 25.h3 Covers g4 25...Tab8 The isolani on b4 becomes a target 26.Tfb1 White prepares b5 26...Ce4 27.Axe4= [ 27.b5!?+/=] 27...Txe4 28.Rg2 h5 29.b5 h4 30.Ta6 Menacing 30...Dc7 31.g4 Txe3?+- [ >=31...Tee8= and Black is still in the game] 32.b6 [ 32.fxe3 Dg3+ 33.Rh1 Dxe3+-] 32...De5 33.fxe3 c3 34.Dc2 Dg3+ 35.Rh1 Dxe3 [ 35...Ac8 36.Ta4 Dxe3+-] 36.b7! here's the full point 36...Dxh3+ [ 36...Dxd4?? Black should leave the knight alone 37.Ta8 De5 38.Txb8+ Dxb8 39.Dh2 Dxh2+ 40.Rxh2+-] 37.Dh2 c2 Do you see the mate threat? 38.Tg1 [ >=38.Cxc2 and White wins 38...Df3+ 39.Rg1 Dxg4+ 40.Rf2 Df5+ 41.Re1 De4+ 42.Rd2 Txb7 43.Txb7+-] 38...Dxh2+ 39.Rxh2 Txb7 40.Cxc2 Tb2 41.Tg2 Axg4 [ 41...Ae6 42.Ta8+ Rh7 43.Td8+-] 42.Txg4 Txc2+ 43.Rh3 g6 [ 43...Rf8 44.Ta7+-] 44.Td6 Rg7 45.Rxh4 Tc7 46.Txd5 Rh6 47.Td6 Ta7 48.Tgd4 [ 48.Tf4 seems even better 48...Te7+-] 48...Ta5 49.Tf6 Ta7 50.Rg4 Tb7 51.Rf4 Te7 52.Td5 Rg7 53.Tfd6 Te1 54.Rg3 [ 54.Td1 and White can already relax 54...Te2+-] 54...Tf1 [ 54...f5 doesn't do any good 55.Tc5+-] 55.Td1 Threatening mate: Rxf1 55...Tf5 56.T6d5 Tf6 57.T1d3 [ 57.T1d3 Te6 58.Rf4+-] 1-0

(30) Anand,V (2755) - Karpov,A (2688) [C42]
6th Corsica Masters Bastia FRA (4.2), 04.11.2002
[Deep Fritz 7 (5s)]

1.e4 e5 2.Cf3 Cf6 3.Cxe5 d6 4.Cf3 Cxe4 5.d4 d5 6.Ad3 Cc6 7.0-0 Ae7 8.Te1 Cd6 9.Af4 0-0 10.c3 g6 [ 10...Ae6 11.Cbd2 Dd7 12.Cf1 f5 13.De2 Ce4 14.Ce5 Cxe5 15.Axe5 Af6 16.Axf6 Txf6 17.f3 Cd6 18.Dc2 Te8 19.Te5 g6 20.Tae1 Af7 21.Ce3 c6 22.Df2 Rg7 23.g4 Ce4 24.Dg2 f4 25.Cf5+ gxf5 26.gxf5+ Rh8 27.Txe8+ Dxe8 28.fxe4 Txf5 29.Dg4 Ag6 30.Rf2 Tf7 31.exd5 Te7 32.Axg6 1-0 Byrne,R-Reshevsky,S/USA ch New York 1972 (32); 10...g5 11.Ag3 g4 12.Ce5 f5 13.De2 Te8 14.Cxc6 bxc6 15.Ae5 Ag5 16.Ca3 c5 17.Ab5 Ad7 18.Axd7 Dxd7 19.Dd3 Ce4 20.Te2 c4 21.Dc2 c5 22.Tae1 cxd4 23.cxd4 Ah6 24.Cb1 Ag7 25.Axg7 Crafty 17.06-NUTx 08/99/Boissel, BB-12, K6-2 2000/1-0 (50)] 11.Ca3 a6N [ 11...Ae6 12.Cc2 Te8 13.Ce3 Af6 14.Ce5 Penrose-Engels/cr 1982 (14) ( 14.Ce5 Ag7 15.Df3 Cxe5 16.dxe5 Cc8 17.Tad1 c6 18.Dg3 Ce7 19.Ag5 Dd7 20.Df4 Dc7 21.Af6 Axf6 22.Dxf6 Dc8 23.Dg5 Dd8 24.f4 Cf5 25.Axf5 Dxg5 26.fxg5 Axf5 27.Cxf5 gxf5 28.Rf2 Te6 29.Rf3 h6 30.h4 hxg5 31.hxg5 Rf8 32.Rf4 Re7 33.Th1 Tg8 34.Rxf5 Teg6 35.Th5 T6g7 36.b3 Tg6 37.c4 Tc8 38.Th4 Tcg8 39.Tg4 Td8 40.cxd5 cxd5 41.Tc1 Td7 42.Td4 Tg8 43.Tc5 Tgd8 44.g3 b6 45.Tc6 1-0 Penrose,J-Ahman,H/corr 1984 (45)) ] 12.Cc2 Af6 13.Ce3 Ce7 14.Db3 c6 15.h3 Ag7 16.Te2 h6 17.Tae1 Ae6 18.Db4 Cec8 19.Cg4 a5 20.Db3 a4 21.Db4 g5 22.Ah2 Te8 23.b3+/= [ 23.Cge5!?+/-] 23...axb3+/- [ 23...Af8 24.c4 h5 25.Ce3=] 24.Dxb3 b5 25.Cge5 Ta6 26.Dc2 Ce7 27.Cd2 Cc4 28.Cb3 Ta7 29.Cc5 Ac8??+- strolling merrily down the path to disaster [ >=29...Cxe5 30.Axe5 Ac8+/-] 30.Cxc6! the decision. . . . . . . [ 30.Cxc6 Db6 31.Cxe7+ Taxe7 32.Txe7 Txe7 33.Txe7+-] 1-0

(31) Anand,V (2755) - Karpov,A (2688) [B12]
6th Corsica Masters Bastia FRA (4.3), 04.11.2002
[Deep Fritz 7 (5s)]

1.e4 c6 2.d4 d5 3.e5 Af5 4.Cd2 h6N [ 4...e6 5.Cb3 ( 5.Cgf3 c5 6.dxc5 Axc5 7.Cb3 Ab6 8.Cfd4 Ce7 9.Cxf5 Cxf5 10.Ad3 Dc7 11.f4 Cc6 12.Axf5 exf5 13.Dxd5 a5 14.Dc4 a4 15.Cc5 Cb4 16.Ae3 0-0 17.0-0-0 Ca6 18.Td7 Dc8 19.e6 Axc5 Ondo,B-Sevestre,F/TH-M-1705.2 IECC 2002/1/2-1/2 (58); 5.h4 h6 6.Cb3 Cd7 7.Ae3 Ce7 8.c3 Ah7 9.g4 Dc7 10.Tc1 h5 11.f3 f6 12.f4 hxg4 13.Dxg4 Af5 14.De2 0-0-0 15.Cf3 Ae4 16.Cbd2 Cf5 17.Af2 fxe5 18.Cxe4 dxe4 19.Cxe5 Cxe5 Vasilchuk Yu-Volovich Anatoly A/Ch Moscow, Moscow (Russia) 1961/0-1 (50)) 5...Cd7 6.Ae3 ( 6.Cf3 f6 7.exf6 Dxf6 8.Ae2 Ad6 9.c4 Ce7 10.0-0 0-0 11.Ag5 Df7 12.h3 Cg6 13.Te1 Tae8 14.Ae3 Cf4 15.Axf4 Axf4 16.Tf1 Ad6 17.Ad3 dxc4 18.Axc4 Axh3 19.gxh3 Dxf3 20.Dxf3 Txf3 Palekha,A-Savon,V/Sudak UKR 2002/The Week in Chess 407/1/2-1/2 (47)) 6...f6 7.exf6 Cgxf6 8.Af4 Ae7 9.Ad3 0-0 10.Axf5 exf5 11.Cf3 Ab4+ 12.c3 Te8+ 13.Rf1 Ch5 14.g3 Cxf4 15.gxf4 Ad6 16.Ce5 Dh4 17.Df3 Cf6 18.Dg3 Dh6 19.Tg1 Vasilchuk Yu-Shatskes B/Ch Moscow, Moscow (Russia) 1961/0-1 (47) ( 19.Tg1 Ch5 20.Dh4 Te6 21.Tg5 g6 22.Te1 Dg7 23.Te3 Ae7 24.Dxh5 gxh5 25.Txg7+ Rxg7 26.Tg3+ Rf8 27.Cd7+ Rf7 28.Ce5+ Rf8 29.Ca5 h4 30.Tg1 Af6 31.Cxb7 Axe5 32.dxe5 Tg6 33.Cd6 Tb8 Vasilchuk,Y-Shatskes,B/Moscow-ch 1961/0-1 (47)) ] 5.Cb3 e6 6.c3 Controls b4 6...Cd7 7.Ae3 Ce7 8.f4 h5 9.Cf3 h4 10.Ae2 Ag4 11.0-0 Cf5 12.Af2 Ae7 13.Cbd2 c5 Nimzovich: attack the chain at its base [ 13...h3 14.g3=] 14.h3 Ah5 15.Ad3 Ag6 16.Db1 [ 16.Ab5 c4=] 16...c4 Black gains space 17.Ac2 b5 18.Td1 Cb6 19.Cf1 a5 Black intends b4 20.Ce3 Cxe3 21.Axe3 Axc2 22.Dxc2 g6 23.Af2 b4 Playing against the pawn chain 24.Ae1 Rf8 25.Ch2 Rg7 26.Cg4 Dd7 27.Ce3 Db5 28.De2 Tac8 29.b3 Prevents intrusion on a4 29...Tc7 30.Dg4 [ 30.Tab1 Ta8=] 30...Th5 31.De2 Dd7+/= [ 31...Th8 32.Tab1=] 32.Tdc1= [ 32.Tab1 cxb3 33.Txb3 a4+/=] 32...Dc8 33.Ad2= [ 33.Tab1!?+/=] 33...cxb3 34.axb3 Secures a4+c4 34...bxc3 A strong pawn 35.Ae1 Ab4 The black bishop is well posted. 36.Tc2 Dd7 37.Dd3 Th8 38.Axc3 Thc8 39.Axb4 axb4 40.Tac1 Txc2 41.Txc2 [ Weaker is 41.Cxc2 Dc6-/+] 41...Da7 42.Rh2= [ 42.Txc8 Cxc8 43.Cc2 Ce7=] 42...Da1 43.Cg4-/+ [ >=43.Dd2= and White hangs on] 43...De1= [ >=43...Txc2 44.Dxc2 Dxd4-/+] 44.Tc5=/+ [ 44.Txc8 Cxc8 45.De3 Dxe3 46.Cxe3 Ce7=] 44...Ta8 The mate threat is Ra1 45.De3 Dxe3 [ 45...Dg3+ 46.Dxg3 hxg3+ 47.Rxg3=] 46.Cxe3 Ta3 47.Tb5 Txb3 48.Cg4 Cc8= [ 48...Cd7!?-/+] 49.Tb7-/+ [ >=49.Tb8!? is worthy of consideration 49...Ce7 50.Cf6=/+] 49...Tc3= [ >=49...Tb1!?-/+] 50.Txb4 Ce7 51.Tb8-/+ [ >=51.Cf6!?= has some apparent merit] 51...Tc8= [ 51...Cg8!?-/+] 52.Txc8 Cxc8 53.Rg1 Ce7 54.Ch2 Cf5 55.Cf3 1/2-1/2

(32) Karpov,A (2688) - Anand,V (2755) [D27]
6th Corsica Masters Bastia FRA (4.4), 04.11.2002
[Deep Fritz 7 (5s)]

1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Cc3 Cf6 4.Cf3 dxc4 5.e3 a6 6.a4 c5 7.Axc4 Cc6 8.0-0 Ae7 9.dxc5 Dxd1 10.Txd1 Axc5 11.Cd2 0-0 12.Cde4 Cxe4 13.Cxe4 Ae7 14.Ad2 Ad7 15.Ac3 Tfd8 16.Cd6 Ac8N [ 16...Axd6 17.Txd6 Ae8 18.Tad1 Txd6 ( 18...Txd6 19.Txd6 Tb8 20.a5 Rf8 21.Td1 Tc8 22.Ab3 Tc7 23.f3 Ad7 24.Rf2 f6 25.g4 e5 26.Rg3 Re7 27.f4 Ae6 28.Aa4 exf4+ 29.exf4 Td7 30.f5 Txd1 31.Axd1 Ad7 32.Rf4 h6 33.h4 Rf8 34.Af3 Re7 35.Ad5 Ac8 36.g5 hxg5+ 37.hxg5 Ad7 38.g6 Ac8 39.b3 Cd8 40.Ab4+ Re8 41.Ac3 Re7 42.Ab4+ Re8 43.Ad6 Ad7 44.b4 Ac8 45.Ac5 Ad7 46.Ae4 Ac8 47.Ab6 Cc6 48.b5 Ce7 49.bxa6 bxa6 50.Ac5 Rd8 51.Ad3 Cd5+ 52.Re4 Ce7 53.Rf4 Cd5+ 54.Rg4 Ce7 55.Rf4 Cd5+ 56.Re4 Ce7 57.Axe7+ Rxe7 58.Rd5 Rd7 1/2-1/2 Flohr,S-Rubinstein,A/Hamburg olm 1930 (58)) 19.Txd6 Tb8 20.a5 Rf8 21.Td1 Tc8 22.Ab3 Tc7 23.f3 Ad7 24.Rf2 f6 25.g4 e5 26.Rg3 Re7 27.f4 Ae6 28.Aa4 exf4+ 29.exf4 Td7 30.f5 Txd1 31.Axd1 Ad7 32.Rf4 h6 33.h4 Rf8 34.Af3 Re7 35.Ad5 Ac8 36.g5 hxg5+ 37.hxg5 Ad7 38.g6 Ac8 39.b3 Cd8 40.Ab4+ Re8 41.Ad6 Ad7 42.b4 Ac8 43.Ac5 Ad7 44.Ae4 Ac8 45.Ab6 Cc6 46.b5 Ce7 47.bxa6 bxa6 48.Ac5 Rd8 49.Ad3 Cd5+ 50.Re4 Ce7 51.Axe7+ Rxe7 52.Rd5 Rd7 53.Rc5 Rc7 54.Ae4 Ad7 1/2-1/2 Flohr,S-Rubinstein,A/ol_ 1930 (54)] 17.Ce4 Ad7 18.Cd6= [ 18.Td2 Ae8+/=] 18...Ac8 1/2-1/2

(33) Karpov,A (2688) - Anand,V (2755) [D77]
6th Corsica Masters Bastia FRA (4.5), 04.11.2002
[Deep Fritz 7 (5s)]

1.d4 Cf6 2.c4 g6 3.Cf3 Ag7 4.g3 d5 5.Ag2 dxc4 6.Ca3 c5 7.0-0 0-0 8.Cxc4 Ae6 9.b3 Cc6 10.Ab2 Axc4 11.bxc4 Ce8N [ 11...cxd4 12.Cxd4 Ca5 13.Da4 Tc8 14.Tac1 Cd7 15.Tfd1 Cc5 16.Db4 Db6 17.Dxb6 axb6 18.Aa3 Tfd8 19.Cb5 Txd1+ 20.Txd1 Cxc4 21.Axc5 Txc5 22.Td8+ Af8 23.a4 Cb2 24.Axb7 Cxa4 25.Cd4 Rg7 26.Rg2 Koskinen,H-Kempinski,R/Oz.com qualifier blitz 2000/0-1 (37) ( 26.Rg2 Tc1 27.Af3 Cc5 28.Tb8 e5 29.Cc6 e4 30.Ag4 h5 31.Ac8 Tc2 32.Cd4 Td2 33.e3 Cd3 34.Txb6 Txf2+ 35.Rg1 Ac5 36.Tb3 Td2 37.Aa6 Ce5 0-1 Koskinen,H-Kempinski,R/Oz.com qual blitz 2000 (37)) ] 12.e3 Cd6 13.De2 cxd4 14.exd4 Cf5 15.d5 This push gains space 15...Axb2 16.Dxb2 Ca5 17.Tac1 b6 18.Ce5+/= [ 18.c5 Tc8+/-] 18...Tc8 Attacking the backward pawn on c4 19.Tfd1 Tc5 20.h4 Dc7 Increases the pressure on the backward pawn 21.De2 Cd6 The pressure on the backward pawn c4 grows 22.Cc6=/+ A beautiful square! [ 22.h5 Caxc4 ( ‹22...Cdxc4 23.Cd3+/-) 23.Cxc4 Cxc4 24.hxg6 hxg6=/+ ( 24...fxg6? 25.Txc4 Txc4 26.d6 exd6 27.Ad5+ Rh8 28.Axc4+-) ] 22...Te8 23.Te1 Can e7 get defended? 23...e5 24.h5 [ 24.Cxa5!? Txa5 25.h5-/+] 24...Cxc6 [ 24...Caxc4?! 25.Dg4=/+] 25.dxc6 e4 26.hxg6 hxg6 27.Ted1 Dxc6 28.Td4 Tce5 29.Tcd1 Cf5 Black prepares the advance e3 30.Td5 Df6 31.a4 e3 32.f4?-+ [ >=32.Td7-/+] 32...Cxg3 Threatening mate... how? 33.Df3 Dxf4 34.Txe5 Txe5 [ 34...Txe5 35.Te1 Dh4-+] 0-1

(34) Anand,V (2755) - Karpov,A (2688) [B42]
6th Corsica Masters Bastia FRA (4.6), 04.11.2002
[Deep Fritz 7 (5s)]

1.e4 c5 2.Cf3 e6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Cxd4 a6 5.Ad3 Ac5 6.c3 Ce7 7.0-0 Dc7N [ 7...Cbc6 8.Dh5 ( 8.Ae3 Db6 9.Cd2 d5 10.C2b3 Axd4 11.cxd4 dxe4 12.Axe4 Dd8 13.Dh5 Cd5 14.Ag5 Cce7 15.Tfe1 h6 16.Tad1 Dd6 17.Axe7 Cxe7 18.d5 exd5 19.Axd5 Df6 20.Axf7+ 1-0 Geller,E-Suetin,A/Moscow 1981/MAS B41 ZR (20)) 8...d5 9.Cxc6 Cxc6 10.exd5 Dxd5 11.Dxd5 exd5 12.Te1+ Ae6 13.Cd2 d4 14.Cb3 Ab6 15.Cxd4 Cxd4 16.cxd4 0-0-0 17.Af4 Txd4 18.Tec1+ Rd7 19.Ae3 Txd3 20.Axb6 Tc8 21.Tcb1 Tc2 22.a3 Tdd2 23.Ae3 Te2 24.Td1+ Re7 25.b4 Ag4 26.Ac5+ Rf6 27.Td6+ Re5 28.Tad1 Ae6 29.Tb6 Tcd2 30.Tc1 Ad5 31.a4 f5 32.g3 g6 33.h3 Ac6 34.b5 axb5 35.axb5 Af3 36.Tf1 Tc2 37.Ab4 Rd5 38.h4 Ae4 39.Aa3 Rc4 40.Ad6 Af3 41.Af8 Te8 42.Aa3 Holmes034-SOS031199/Computer chess game 2000/0-1 (77); 7...e5 8.Cf3 d6 9.Cbd2 0-0 10.a4 Cg6 11.Cc4 Ae6 12.Cg5 Cc6 13.Dh5 Te8 14.Dxh7+ Rf8 15.h4 Df6 16.Dh5 Rg8 17.b4 Aa7 18.b5 Cce7 19.b6 Ab8 20.Dh7+ 1-0 Johansson,M-Bjuhr,A/SVE-ch32 corr 1972 (20); 7...0-0 8.Dh5 d6 9.Cd2 Cd7 10.C2b3 Cf6 11.De2 Aa7 12.Ag5 Cg6 13.Rh1 h6 14.Ae3 Ce5 15.Ac2 Dc7 16.Tae1 Cc4 17.Ac1 e5 18.Cf5 Axf5 19.exf5 Tfe8 20.h4 e4 21.Cd4 d5 22.g4 Ab8 23.f4 exf3 24.Dxe8+ Cxe8 25.Txe8+ Rh7 26.Cxf3 Dg3 0-1 Bily-Zavodny,Z (26)] 8.Cd2 Cg6 9.C2f3 Ae7 10.Te1 d6 Prevents intrusion on e5 11.Cg5 Axg5 12.Axg5 Cd7 13.Dd2 0-0 14.Tad1 b5 15.Af1 Ab7 16.Cb3 d5 17.h4=/+ [ 17.Cd4 h6 18.Ae3 Cf6=] 17...f6= [ 17...h6 18.Ae3=/+] 18.Ae3 Cxh4 19.Af4 Ce5 20.Cd4 Tae8 21.exd5 Axd5 22.b3-/+ Consolidates c4 [ 22.De3 Chg6 ( ‹22...Axa2 23.b3=) 23.Ag3 Dc8=/+ ( ‹23...Axa2 24.b3+/-) ] 22...Chg6 23.Ag3 Dc8 24.Tc1 Cf7 25.c4 bxc4 26.bxc4=/+ [ 26.Da5 Te7=] 26...Aa8 27.c5 e5 28.Cb3 Ce7 29.Ca5=/+ [ 29.De2 Ad5=/+] 29...Cc6= The black knight is safe in front of c5 [ 29...Td8 30.Db4=/+] 30.Cc4=/+ [ 30.Cxc6 Dxc6 31.Da5 Te6=] 30...Td8 31.Dc3 Ab7 32.Ted1 De6=/+ [ 32...Cd4 33.Ca5-/+] 33.Cd6 White can be proud of that piece 33...Cxd6 34.cxd6-/+ He broke from his leash. [ 34.Txd6 Txd6 35.cxd6 Rh8=] 34...Rh8=/+ [ 34...Cd4 35.Txd4 exd4 36.Dxd4=/+] 35.Tb1 Aa8 36.Ac4 Df5 37.Ad3 Dh5 38.Axa6 Cd4 The knight dominates 39.Txd4 exd4 40.Dxd4 Ac6 41.a4 Tb8 Threatening mate... how? 42.Tc1 Ad7 The bishop blocks d6 43.Ad3=/+ Begins the manoeuvre Ba6-d3-f1-b5 [ 43.Dc5 Dg4 44.a5 f5=] 43...Tfd8 44.Af1 Da5 Attacks the isolani on a4 45.Ab5-/+ 'the bishop is the bishop!' [ 45.Ad3 Tb4 ( ‹45...Axa4 46.De4 f5 47.Dxf5 Dxf5 48.Axf5+/=; 45...Dxa4?! 46.Dxa4 Axa4 47.Tc7=/+) 46.Dc5 Txa4 47.Dxa5 Txa5-/+] 45...Axb5 46.axb5 Txb5 47.De4 Td5 48.De7 h6 49.Af4 Th5 50.d7 Rh7 51.Td1?-+ [ >=51.Tf1-/+] 51...Tc5??= not a good decision, because now the opponent is right back in the game [ >=51...Th1+! 52.Rxh1 Dh5+ 53.Rg1 Dxd1+ 54.Rh2 Dxd7 55.De4+ f5-+] 52.De4+ f5 53.De7 Tc6= [ >=53...Da4!? 54.Te1 Txd7 55.Dxc5 Dxf4-/+] 54.Ad2=/+ [ 54.Rh2!?=] 54...Da8 55.Af4 Da5= [ 55...Da4 56.Te1 Da5 57.Td1=] 56.g3 Ta6 57.Ae5 Threatening mate: Qxg7 57...Tg6 58.Td6 Txd6?? ruins a clearly superior position [ >=58...Tg5= would be a reprieve] 59.Dxg7#! the end, the rest is history 1-0