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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] Kramnik - Leko, Mundial Clásico (6), Brissago. S uiza.
Fecha:Domingo, 3 de Octubre, 2004  17:27:18 (+0100)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga @...............com>

Estimados listeros:

 

Tablas cortas en la partida de hoy. Kramnik fue sorprendido por Leko, cuando le permitó al húngaro entrar en una ramificación favorable del Ataque Marshall. Aplicando el viejo proverbio ruso de que después de una derrota, viene bien las tablas, Volodia no tomó el peón ofrecido y entró en una posición donde siempre estuvo ligeramente peor.

 

Al final la gente se lamentaba de que Leko no intentara continuar. Con la retirada 21.Ae3 (¡no otra!) parece que las blancas se mantienen… .

 

La próxima partida, el martes.

 

Sin duda este match es una guerra de nervios. Ahora mismo a nivel mundial, posiblemente el único jugador que le puede hacer frente en dicha guerra a Kramnik, es el mismísimo Leko.

 

LEKO AHORA MISMO ME RECUERDA AL MEJOR GATA KAMSKY. AQUEL NIÑO SIBERIANO QUE LLEGÓ ARRIBA (le llegó a ganar un match tanto a Anand como precisamente a Kramnik. Y solo fueron capaces de frenarlo, Kaspárov y Kárpov – porque ambos en sus mejores tiempos son / eran otra cosa) , CONCRETAMENTE POR SU GRAN FORMA FÍSICA Y SU TEMPLE … .

 

¡ QUÉ VLADIMIR TENGA CUIDADO, PUES !.

 

Saludos cordiales,

Angel.

 

 

RUY LOPEZ

Kramnik – Leko, Mundial Clásico (6), Brissago. Suiza.

3/10/2004.

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O Be7 6. Re1 b5 7. Bb3 O-O 8. h3 Bb7 9. d3 d6 10. a3 Na5 11. Ba2 c5 12. Nbd2 Nc6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Nf1 I have at least 5 games B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: so... still no innovations 13. c3 83 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: c3 instead of Nf1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: rare move B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: anyway White has to draw his knight via f1 on g3 or e3 13... Qd7 43 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qd7 has been played instantly B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: seems like B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Indeed B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: The structure is well known 14. Nf1 109 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Nf1 has been played B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I wouldn't pay too much attention to this fact Tani (WIM) kibitzes: Nd8 idea... B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qd7 is the normal move , completes Black dvelopment , connects rook B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: hard to be impressed by this win .... but I like that match is tied now , and qwe are looking forward for more exciting battles Tani (WIM) kibitzes: Leko follows Fritz ideas:-) 14... d5

15. Bg5

[15. Qe2 0 frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: you cant win a match by half a point 15... dxe4 7 16. dxe4 1 16... c4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Black is fine at least B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Ba2 is locked B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: a3 and c3 looks a bit strange ;

15. exd5 84 0 15... Nxd5 2 1 16. Nxe5 1 1 16... Nxe5 1 1 17. Rxe5 1 1 17... Bd6 13 9 Tani (WIM) kibitzes: take N B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes Bd6 seems to be a blunder after Rd5 Tani (WIM) kibitzes: 2 picess for R 70 (17... Rad8 37 Tani (WIM) kibitzes: Bd6 R:d5 41 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets check it Krasapa (IM) kibitzes: and Nf6 frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: this is difficult for white to play B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Black has a very good compensation for a pawn frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: h3 a3 and c3 looks too time consuming now B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White has troubles developing his Queen side pieces B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and d3 pawn is under serious pressure 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: winning a pawn never could be so bad idea .... but here I guess Leko has analyzed the position pretty deep 18. Ng3 50 (18. Ne3 47 frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: bf6 18... Nf4 1 19. Nf5 4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lot of tricks here ); 17... Bf6 20 18. Re1 1 18... Rfe8 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Black has a few good options putting pressure over the center ... B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: what else can I say - Leko's team for sure had something in mind B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: for the second time .... Kramnik has been surprised ) 18. Re1 1 Tani (WIM) kibitzes: Bf6+Rad8 positional idea (18. Rxd5 22 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: doesn't work 18... Bxd5 8 19. Bxd5 1 19... Bh2 1 20. Nxh2 1 20... Qxd5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and White is much better Krasapa (IM) kibitzes: Be3 ) 18... Nf4 4 frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: Bd6 Rxd5 ]

15... dxe4 54 540

[15... d4 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets check d4 ekw (IM) kibitzes: Now you know that's just not true, Boris... Woef (IM) kibitzes: just walked in, isnt black just ok ater 15...dxe4 16.dxe4 Qxd1 17.Raxd1 c4? ekw (IM) kibitzes: If you've spent 20 hours studying this position (14...d5), at some point the boys will go "so what else can White play?" B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: hm... I suppose here is something different B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: de has been played B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I don't like d4 16. cxd4 104 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: because Black is missing Nd4 option - e5 pawn is hanging 16... Nxd4 16 (16... cxd4 6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and after cd B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: look at Ba2! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: which keeps an eye on the long diagonal a2-g8 and stands pretty active 17. Rc1 47 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the idea Rc6 at one moment B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Ne5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I'd take White here ekw (IM) kibitzes: 17...h6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: so... de is the most logical reaction ) 17. Nxe5 1]

16. dxe4 1 ekw (IM) kibitzes: oh nooooooooo there go the queens... :-) slint (IM) kibitzes: not really = 6 ekw (IM) kibitzes: 17...h6 18.Rxc6 hxg5 slint (IM) kibitzes: ------> d6 16... c4 17 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Black has some problem with the d5 hole B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: indeed ... is not so serious .... Leko may simply cover it 576 slint (IM) kibitzes: Ne3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: what's the computer assessment ? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qe2?! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ask Ba2 slint (IM) kibitzes: Qd7 Be7 Rd1 and Rd6 looks also nice

[16... Rfd8 54 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I do prefer Rfd8! slint (IM) kibitzes: Bf6 17. Qxd7 28 17... Rxd7 1 18. Bxf6 1 18... Bxf6 1 19. Bd5 1 19... Ne7 3 20. Bxb7 5 20... Rxb7 1 21. Rad1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: hm... here White is slighly better ekw (IM) kibitzes: a3 shows up as a weakness in those ...c4 lines B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: mayeb c4 could be more precise slint (IM) kibitzes: c4 best i guess ;

16... Qxd1 0 17. Raxd1 1 17... c4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes I like it B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Black has no any poarticular problem B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Ba2 is locked B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: space advantage for Black 18. Bxf6 61 18... Bxf6 1 19. Rd7 2 19... Rab8 6 peetu (WIM) kibitzes: but i believe black will be able to hold B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: then Rfd8 slint (IM) kibitzes: Ne3 instead of Bf6? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes Black is fine here peetu (WIM) kibitzes: especially with two bishops even in a pawn down slint (IM) kibitzes: . f5maybe ekw (IM) kibitzes: and now b3 !? ;

16... Qc7 0 peetu (WIM) kibitzes: what abt Rad8 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: interesting frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: doesnt that run into ne3-d5 stuff? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the idea c4 17. Ne3 52 17... Rad8 3 18. Qe2 6 peetu (WIM) kibitzes: Rd7 18... Nxe4 9 19. Nd5 3 19... Rxd5 1 20. Bxd5 9 (20. Qxe4 13 20... Rd7 6 slint (IM) kibitzes: Be7 Ng5 Qh4 Ne4 frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: i dont like qc7 21. Bxe7 38 21... Nxe7 1 22. Qxe5 2 22... Bxf3 4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: then c4! ekw (IM) kibitzes: ok ok 18.Qc2 then :-) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Black is OK slint (IM) kibitzes: Qc7 23. Qxc7 23 23... Rxc7 1 24. gxf3 1 slint (IM) kibitzes: not so clear 24... Ng6 1 (24... Rd8 13 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets back frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: why play qe2 though frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: just qc2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: at least easy to realise Kramnik lost his opening initiative slint (IM) kibitzes: ok this is better for black B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: c4 has been played )) 20... Nxg5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Black is much better ]

17. Ne3 193 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes, Ne3 has been played B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: obvious trap B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I think Black is slighly better B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: What has happened is general Black traded his backward pawn d6

[17. Qxd7 0 0 17... Nxd7 1 1 18. Bxe7 1 1 18... Nxe7 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Nd7 holds e5 ! 1 19. Rad1 2 19... Rfd8 2 20. Rd6 9 20... Nc5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: simply equal slint (IM) kibitzes: oops B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Black countreattacks e4 pawn ]

17... Rfd8 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: simply Qfd8 and Qe6 is coming B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Rfd8 * slint (IM) kibitzes: Rd6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Rfd8 is better then rad8 , since ra8 could be useful for the Queen side attack B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: as well Black plans to Centralize the King via f8-e8 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: considering taking control over the d7 , d7 squares B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes... Leko plays much more aggressive and confidently

[17... Qxd1 0 18. Raxd1 1 18... Nxe4 1 19. Bxe7 1 19... Nxe7 1 20. Rd7 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and White wins a piece ekw (IM) kibitzes: uh... oops B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but of course Leko will refuse this gift ]

18. Nf5 23 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Nf5 has been played B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qe6 now B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes... obviously Black is better B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: no need to play Qd1 - Black has the space advantage - so the right strategy is to keep pieces on the board B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White is cramped B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: b3 weakens totally White's Queen side complex B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: bet now ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I guess 5 to1 for Leko's victory

[18. Bxf6 0 0 18... Bxf6 1 0 19. Nd5 1 1 19... Ne7 35 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: takes the initiative ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: important to set control over d5! 1 20. Nxf6 23 (20. Nb6 1 20... Qxd1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and still Black is better B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: thanks to the bishops pair B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and the space adv 21. Raxd1 75 21... Rxd1 2 22. Rxd1 1 22... Re8 3) 20... gxf6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Black is much better B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes... Ba2 is still obstructed ]

18... Qe6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Bf6 is too late B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I think in a move or two ... Kramnik will dream about a draw B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Rfd8 has been played B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Hello and welcome everybody ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Leko's innovation Qd7 and d5! gave him at least an equal game 57 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: hope Kramnik won't offer a draw in a move or so :) 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qe6 is the most obvious way B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: a bit artificial setup B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qe2 seems forced 19. Qe2 39 0 frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: Boris, how is nd7 here? idea Nc5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets check h6 now B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Rd3 ? Qd3! 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: played ?? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Bc5 with the idea Ne7 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: allowing the sacrifice Woef (IM) kibitzes: thanks hda :) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Kramnik has to give up a piece .... not so clear if he would go for B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Bc5 and Ne7 - definitely equal game B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: h6

19... Bf8

[19... Bc5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: maybe just Bc5 ? frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: boris how about nd7 instead of h6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: My idea was to send away Bg5 ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: anyway Black has to consider taking control over g5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qe2 has been played 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: important to get rid of Nf5 ;

19... Nd7 0 Woef (IM) kibitzes: I like 19...Nd7! frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: ive been saying nd7 for the last 15 minutes :) Woef (IM) kibitzes: good work frappeboy! slint (IM) kibitzes: Rad1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: funny tactics here 20. Bxe7 47 20... Nxe7 1 21. Ng5 1 Woef (IM) kibitzes: Qf6 21... Qf6 7 22. Qh5 2 Woef (IM) kibitzes: h6 22... h6 5 23. Nxf7 4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: winning a pawn Woef (IM) kibitzes: ah! Woef (IM) kibitzes: ok nice frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: qxf7 qxf7 kxf7 nd6 ke6 nxb7 rdb8 slint (IM) kibitzes: knight trapped frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: oh na5 lol Woef (IM) kibitzes: still Na5 frappeboy B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but the knight could be trapped slint (IM) kibitzes: black plays a5 23... Qxf7 44 24. Qxf7 1 24... Kxf7 1 25. Nd6 1 slint (IM) kibitzes: ke6 Woef (IM) kibitzes: so Ke6 Nxb7 Rdb8 Na5? slint (IM) kibitzes: d8 hanging oops 25... Kf6 41 26. Nxb7 1 26... Rdb8 1 27. Na5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the pawn up Woef (IM) kibitzes: if this is good for black then 19...Ne8 may be an idea preventing this Nxf7-trick B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I guess Leko will go for h6! ;

19... h6 1 43 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: now White could come with the piece sac 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: more tension B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: now if Bd2 Black is better B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but for Bh6 - Kramnik has to change his solid mood - and I don't think he would take the risk frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: actually after nd7 Bxe7 Nxe7 Qh5 why not Nf8! frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: no Nxf7 trick there B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White's main problem is the sleeping Ba2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I see the forced draw after h6 frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: Nd7 Bxe7 Nxe7 Ng5 Qf6 Qh5 Nf8 and h6 next for black followed by ne6 where it can either go to f4 or c5-d3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets check 20. Bd2 44 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: is still very complicated B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qe6 has just been played (20. Bxh6 11 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: !? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: destroying Black's King side 260 20... gxh6 25 1 21. Nxh6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and now Ng5 is coming ! 1 21... Kg7 44 2 22. Ng5 1 3 22... Qc8 1 3 23. Nf5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: funny position slint (IM) kibitzes: looks like black is dead B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: draw 1 23... Kg6 49 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and now slint (IM) kibitzes: Qe3 24. h4 6 slint (IM) kibitzes: Qe3 and nh7 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: very dangerous for Black (24. Nh4 7 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the key slint (IM) kibitzes: Qe3 Nh7 not? 24... Kxg5 14 25. Qe3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: no time for Kh4 25... Kxh4 12 (25... Kh5 58 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the only move ! 26. Nf5 10 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but White just coldly continues his King side assault 26... Bf8 25 frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: bf8 g4 27. Qf3 16 27... Kg6 1 28. Qg3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and no way to escape from the perpetual check 28... Kh7 23 29. Qh4 1 29... Kg6 6 frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: bf8 played 30. Qg3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: draw ! slint (IM) kibitzes: re3 was winning slint (IM) kibitzes: but draw is nice enough (30. Re3 38 30... Nxe4 1 slint (IM) kibitzes: Qe4 31. Qxe4 32 31... Qxf5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: unclear 32. Rg3 32 32... Kf6 1 33. Rf3 1 33... Qxf3 1 34. Qxf3 1 34... Ke7 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets back B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: so.. WHite has at least draw after h6 Bh6! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Bf8 has been played )) 26. Qh6 1 26... Nh5 5 27. g3 1 frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: mate B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: suddenly leds to the mating pattern 27... Kxh3 18 28. Qxh5 1 28... Bh4 1 29. Qxh4# 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes Kh5 is better frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: why play h6 if your black when you have a big positional edge? its stupid ))]

20. Bb1 0 Heliopolitanus (IM) kibitzes: kramnik is examining Rb1 h6 b3!! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: h6 ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: is the best

[20. Nh2 0 20... Ne7 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: On Nh2 Ne7 ! ekw (IM) kibitzes: alas, the octopuses were traded off on move 173 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: no way for WHite to take advantage of d5 weak spot B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: also Qe6 prevents any b2-b3 business B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes, correct Tobi-Tiger ;

20. g4 0 20... Ne7 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: threatening e4 ;

20. Rab1 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets take a look on Rb1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: idea b3 20... h6 30 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes h6! I like Mushtaq (IM) kibitzes: b3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: where to go with the bishop ? Heliopolitanus (IM) kibitzes: h6 b3??!! 21. Bxf6 65 21... Qxf6 1 22. b3 1 22... cxb3 25 23. Bxb3 4 23... Na5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: brittle Queen side Heliopolitanus (IM) kibitzes: h6 b3! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Black is much better of course ;

20. Rad1 0 0 0 20... Ne7 1 Heliopolitanus (IM) kibitzes: Rd1 Rd1 Rd1 Nd7! 1 (20... h6 24 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: at least White gets control over the "d" file B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White has no obvious weaknesses Woef (IM) kibitzes: h6 followed by Nd7? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: so... don't come with so much criticism about Ba2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: one day Bb1 and Bc2 and White would stand OK Heliopolitanus (IM) kibitzes: I'll criticize the bishop on a2 :) Heliopolitanus (IM) kibitzes: h3 and a3 are wimp moves ) 21. Ng3 4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets say B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: or (21. Nxe7 8 1 21... Bxe7 1 1 22. Bb1 1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the pretty equal game 22... Nd7 8 (22... Nh5 29 23. Rxd8 2 23... Rxd8 2 24. Rd1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes... that What I mean B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: slighly better for Black fearless (IM) kibitzes: nd7-c5!? israpu (GM) kibitzes: fi thunderjet ))]

20... h6

 

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21. Bh4 76 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: probably Bh4 is the best 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: keeps more tension

[21. Bxf6 10 0 21... Qxf6 1 1 22. Bc2 4 1 22... Bc5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: is clearly better for Black B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White has no darksquare bishop 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I have shown it a while ago B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Nf5 is like a paper tiger ;

21. Be3 1 1 21... Ne7 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the same problem B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: e4 is under attack 1 22. Bc5 63 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets check it 1 22... Nxf5 9 (22... Ng6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: maybe Ng6 is better 23. Bxf8 7 23... Nf4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: intermediate B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: h6 has been played ) 23. exf5 2 23... Bxf3 5 24. Qxf3 8 24... Qd5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Kramnik can draw , but it's not drawn yet ! Heliopolitanus (IM) kibitzes: white is fine here Qd5 and Be3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes ]

21... Ne7 20 22. Bc2 2 22... Ng6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Black is still controlling the game 23. Bg3 28 23... Nh5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: etc B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: more space , better pieces []