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can someone analyze this?
[White "Khan, Shams"]
[Black "Atteri, Rajasekhar"]
1.e4 c5 2.f4 d6 3.Nf3 Nc6 4.Nc3 g6 5.Bb5 Bd7 6.Bc4 Bg7 7.O-O e6 8.d3 Nge7
9.Be3 a6 10.Bf2 O-O 11.a3 Nd4 12.Nxd4 Bxd4 13.Ba2 Nc6 14.Qe1 Qa5 15.Bxd4 cxd4 16.Ne2 Qxe1
17.Raxe1 Kg7 18.f5 e5 19.f6+ Kg8 20.Bd5 Rac8 21.c4 Rb8 22.b4 Nd8 23.Rc1 Ne6 24.c5 Nc7
25.cxd6 Nb5 26.Kf2 Nxd6 27.Ng1 Nb5 28.Nf3 Rfe8 29.Ng5 Rf8 30.Rc4 h6 31.Nf3 Rfe8 32.Re1 g5
33.h3 b6 34.a4 Nd6 35.Rc7 Bxa4 36.Rec1 Bb5 37.Ke2 Kh7 38.Bxf7 Nxf7 39.Rxf7+ Kg6 40.Rcc7 Rbc8
41.Rg7+ Kxf6 42.Rcf7+ Ke6 43.Rb7 1-0
I was playing black and was happy to exchange many of the pieces by move 17. I didnt think my doubled pawns would be a liability. After that I am not able to figure out what I should have played differently.
Any inputs will be appreciated.
Unfortunately I had to stop because the annotation went awry.
Aggressive play which carries a certain risk due to opening immediate avenues towards the white king.
Characteristic of the Dragon Sicilian where counter-play is planned along the long diagonal.
Immediately unpinning the knight.
Please note that the problem with the Bb5 is that one must either be willing to exchange it for the knight or else have it kicked out of the area via black's pawn pushes a7-a6 and b7 - b5 which he achieves via a gain of tempo.
Unfortunately in this position the Bishop would be unable to retreat to b3 since the pawn push to c4 would trap it there. But even if he could it would be temporarily trapped in that corner and out of play.
So if the pawn attack is started immediately he must retreat beyond that possibility or capture the knight or of suffer tempo and space losses.
Needless loss of tempo since all the Bishop accomplished was to provoke a development of a black piece.
Developing the bishop. Two pieces developed while white moved Bishop twice.
To prevent the knight from honing in on f7.
8.d3 Nge7 ?????????
Here I stop because neither of the Knights are in any position to go to the seventh rank. Annotation needs tweaking. Not saying that the two tempo losses due to moving the bishop twice contributed significantly to the loss of the game since I could not examine the whole game.
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