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This game is between two very good players from corus wizk aan zee
2007,
Hou Yifan is white and P.Negi is black.

W:Hou Yifan
B:P.negi.

1.e4-e5
2.Bc4-Nf6
3.d3-Nc6
4.Nc3-Na5 The Vienna without f4.
5.Ne2-Bc5!? is not a main line . Main line is Nc4 and then Bc5
6.o-o-d6
7.h3-o-o
8.a4-Nc4
9.dc4-Be6
10.Qd3-Nd7
11.Ng3- Now white's plan is to play Nd5 Ne3 and Nf5 building a strong
attack.
11....Qh4 this move will help black for further tactics!
12.Nd5-Rac8
13.b4-c6! Now the complication starts:
14.c3! Good decision , now if white takes on c5 black will have good
atttacking chances. IF

14.bc5-Nc5!
Queen moves and black will take on
d5
with good attacking chances

14....a5 trying to complicate with tactics
15.Rb1-ab4
16.cb4-Bd4 centralizing bishop.
17.Ne3! Now white threatens Nf5.
17....g6 which is necessary and i hope you all know the kings indian
defence where white attcks on queenside and black attacks on kingside
with f5.
18.a5-Nf6
19.Bd2?! Bb2 is also bad because of c5. Here 19.Nc2 was better with
slight advantage for white, it also prevents black's
immediate d5!
19...d5! After this Black has all the keys to open the golden door!
20.ed5-cd5
21.c5-Ne4
22.Ne4-de4
23.Qe2-f5 Black in an aggressive mood
24.Nc2-Bd5
25.Ne3-Ba2
26.Ra1? At least Rc1 would have prolonged.
26...-Be6 Black's two bishops are very dangerous and he does not want
to give his bishop for the unactive rook.
27.Ne5-f3!
28.Nf3-Rf3!! Brilliant shot.
Completely finished
i hope you see what happens if white takes on f3 .
28...Rf3
If 29.ef3 then Qg3+
30.Kh1-Qh3+
31.Kg1-ef3 forcing mate

29.Rae1-Rcf8! Smart Killer.
30.Be3-Be5
31.gf3-ef3.

White Resigned.

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, haber iletisinde sunlari
roups.com...
23.Qe2-f5 Black in an aggressive mood


OK Black played f5, I can see it.

24.Nc2-Bd5
25.Ne3-Ba2
26.Ra1? At least Rc1 would have prolonged.
26...-Be6 Black's two bishops are very dangerous and he does not want
to give his bishop for the unactive rook.
27.Ne5-f3!


When did the Black play f4???

28.Nf3-Rf3!! Brilliant shot.
Completely finished
i hope you see what happens if white takes on f3 .
28...Rf3
If 29.ef3 then Qg3+
30.Kh1-Qh3+
31.Kg1-ef3 forcing mate

29.Rae1-Rcf8! Smart Killer.
30.Be3-Be5
31.gf3-ef3.

White Resigned.




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On Feb 11, 3:19 pm, "Aslan" wrote:
, haber iletisinde sunlari
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23.Qe2-f5 Black in an aggressive mood


OK Black played f5, I can see it.

24.Nc2-Bd5
25.Ne3-Ba2
26.Ra1? At least Rc1 would have prolonged.
26...-Be6 Black's two bishops are very dangerous and he does not want
to give his bishop for the unactive rook.
27.Ne5-f3!


When did the Black play f4???



28.Nf3-Rf3!! Brilliant shot.
Completely finished
i hope you see what happens if white takes on f3 .
28...Rf3
If 29.ef3 then Qg3+
30.Kh1-Qh3+
31.Kg1-ef3 forcing mate


29.Rae1-Rcf8! Smart Killer.
30.Be3-Be5
31.gf3-ef3.


White Resigned. - Hide quoted text -


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Sorry it was not f3 it was f4!

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wrote:
This game is between two very good players from corus wizk aan zee
2007, Hou Yifan is white and P.Negi is black.

W:Hou Yifan
B:P.negi.

1.e4-e5
2.Bc4-Nf6
3.d3-Nc6
4.Nc3-Na5 The Vienna without f4.


When posting game scores, it's a good idea to use PGN so that people
can easily cut and paste the game into their favourite chess
software. All you really need to do is not put a dash between the
white and black moves and to put any of your {comments in braces, like
this.}


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, haber iletisinde sunlari
roups.com...
On Feb 11, 3:19 pm, "Aslan" wrote:
, haber iletisinde sunlari
roups.com...

23.Qe2-f5 Black in an aggressive mood


OK Black played f5, I can see it.

24.Nc2-Bd5
25.Ne3-Ba2
26.Ra1? At least Rc1 would have prolonged.
26...-Be6 Black's two bishops are very dangerous and he does not want
to give his bishop for the unactive rook.
27.Ne5-f3!


When did the Black play f4???



28.Nf3-Rf3!! Brilliant shot.
Completely finished
i hope you see what happens if white takes on f3 .
28...Rf3
If 29.ef3 then Qg3+
30.Kh1-Qh3+
31.Kg1-ef3 forcing mate


29.Rae1-Rcf8! Smart Killer.
30.Be3-Be5
31.gf3-ef3.


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Sorry it was not f3 it was f4!

Still, the moves after 27...f4 do not make sense??? How come 28...Rf3 is
possible?


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