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Old March 2nd 04, 06:02 PM
Miroslav Rakovic
 
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Default KID game played on FICS (60 15)

Hello,

On Sunday I played this game on FICS. I would like to see some
comments about the game. I wrote my thoughts during the game.

To see my comment just copy game and paste that game into a Fritz.

[Event "FICS rated standard game"]
[Site "FICS, Fremont, California USA"]
[Date "2004.02.29"]
[White "reasoanblep"]
[Black "fege"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "E97"]
[WhiteElo "1946"]
[BlackElo "1883"]
[TimeControl "3600+15"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 g6 3. c4 Bg7 4. Nc3 O-O 5. e4 d6 6. Be2 e5 7. O-O Nc6
8. d5 Ne7 9. Nd2 Nd7 {During the game I thought about Nd7 and Ne8. I
played Nd7 because I thought that that move will stop early c5 push.}
10. b4 f5 11. f3 f4 12. c5 {But I was wrong my opponent offer me a
pawn sacrifice.} Nf6 (12... dxc5 13. bxc5 Nxc5 {but I didn't dare to
accept it. I like closed position and I think that black should play
on kingside. Because of that I reject that variation.}) 13. Nc4 g5 14.
a4 Ng6 {White prepare queenside advance and I will try to attack his
king.} 15. Ba3 Rf7 16. b5 dxc5 {I thought that this move would stop
white attack on queenside for a few moves .} (16... Bf8 {is usually
played}) 17. Bxc5 h5 {I think that this position is critical for the
outcome of the game. What should white play? Is 18.a5 good
move?} 18. a5 g4 19. b6 {For this move white thought for over 18
minutes. I spent over 19 minutes for the response (19...g3)} g3 ({
During the game I thought about} 19... Nd7 {but was afraid of} 20.
Bf2) (19...axb6 20. axb6 Rxa1 21. Qxa1 {I was afraid that white will
attack me via a8, if queen come to kingside.}) 20.
bxc7 Rxc7 21. Bb4 Nh7 22. d6 Qh4 23. h3 Bxh3 24. dxc7 Bd7 $1 ({or}
24... Be6 25. Qd8+ Rxd8 26. cxd8=Q+ Qxd8 27. Rfc1 Qh4 28. Bd3 Qh2+ 29.
Kf1 Qh1+ 30. Ke2 Qxg2+ 31. Kd1 Qxf3+ 32. Kc2 {and black should win})
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If you have problems with previous PGN score, I deleted all
commentary.

reasoanblep (1946) - fege (1883) [E97]
FICS rated standard game FICS, Fremont, California USA, 29.02.2004

1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 g6 3.c4 Bg7 4.Nc3 0-0 5.e4 d6 6.Be2 e5 7.0-0 Nc6 8.d5
Ne7 9.Nd2 Nd7 10.b4 f5 11.f3 f4 12.c5 Nf6 13.Nc4 g5 14.a4 Ng6 15.Ba3
Rf7 16.b5 dxc5 17.Bxc5 h5 18.a5 g4 19.b6 g3 20.bxc7 Rxc7 21.Bb4 Nh7
22.d6 Qh4 23.h3 Bxh3 24.dxc7 Bd7 0-1


Best regards,
Miroslav Rakovic
fege on FICS

Best regards,
Miroslav Rakovic
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Old March 3rd 04, 06:29 AM
David Emerling
 
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reasoanblep (1946) - fege (1883) [E97]
FICS rated standard game FICS, Fremont, California USA, 29.02.2004

1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 g6 3.c4 Bg7 4.Nc3 0-0 5.e4 d6 6.Be2 e5 7.0-0 Nc6 8.d5
Ne7 9.Nd2 Nd7 10.b4 f5 11.f3 f4 12.c5 Nf6 13.Nc4 g5 14.a4 Ng6 15.Ba3
Rf7 16.b5 dxc5 17.Bxc5 h5 18.a5 g4 19.b6 g3 20.bxc7 Rxc7 21.Bb4 Nh7
22.d6 Qh4 23.h3 Bxh3 24.dxc7 Bd7 0-1


Best regards,
Miroslav Rakovic
fege on FICS

Best regards,
Miroslav Rakovic


It seems Black's kingside attack/advance was rather straighforward and White
allowed it to persist, unchallenged, until it was too late.

When the players have opposite wing attacks going ... the one that bears
down on the opponent's King is usually the one that is successful. White
was certainly making progress on the queenside with his attack, but Black
was making equal progress on the kingside. Ultimately, Black busted through
and exposed the White king.

--
David Emerling - Memphis, TN

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Old March 4th 04, 09:37 AM
matt -`;'-
 
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"Miroslav Rakovic" wrote in message
...
Hello,

On Sunday I played this game on FICS. I would like to see some
comments about the game. I wrote my thoughts during the game.


Hi Miroslav, I am no expert by any means and probably overlook a few things,
but I threw in some thoughts. I liked your game and it had some interesting
facets. I assumed you played black by the annotations.

[Event "FICS rated standard game"]
[Site "FICS, Fremont, California USA"]
[Date "2004.02.29"]
[Round "?"]
[White "reasoanblep"]
[Black "fege"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "E97"]
[WhiteElo "1946"]
[BlackElo "1883"]
[TimeControl "3600+15"]

1. d4 {My (Matt) annotations with M:Taking hold of the center.} 1... Nf6
{M:Blocks e4.} 2. Nf3 {M:Blocks e5.} 2... g6 {M:I see a King's Indian
forming.}
3. c4 {M:Blocks d5.} 3... Bg7 {M:Making ready to castle.} 4. Nc3
{M:After Nc3 White will have to make 2 moves before castling. Black will
castle next move 4...O-O. It is true that there are no direct attacks on
the W King, but it would take time to castle to safety and there could be a
struggle in the center to delay that from happening. This would leave the
King exposed to danger.}
4... O-O
{M:I like the King's Indian and have seen many of Leonid Stein's games where
he employed it to great success.}
5. e4 {M:White hopes to control the center by force.} 5... d6
{M:Allows the Bishop or Knight mobility, safegaurds against 6.c5 or 6.e5,
prepares for 6...c5 or e5.}
6. Be2 {M:Preparing to castle.} 6... e5
{M:Fighting for the center. Could go 7.dxe5 dxe5 8.Nxe5 Nxe4 9.Nxe4 Bxe5
10.Qxd8 Rxd8 and both sides are about equal except White still has to castle
to make use of the Rook unless planning a pawn attack on the h file.}
7. O-O {M:White decides to castle before dealing with the center.} (7. dxe5
dxe5
8. Nxe5 Nxe4 9. Nxe4 Bxe5 10. Qxd8 Rxd8) 7... Nc6
{M:2 pieces attack, 2 pcs protect d4.} 8. d5
{M:Stepping out of the threat and counter attacking, controlling squares
farther into the Black side.}
8... Ne7 {M:There were no other good places to go and this does prepare for
c6.}
9. Nd2
{M:White appears to want to take the fight to the Queenside or maybe f4 is
planned?}
9... Nd7
{During the game I thought about Nd7 and Ne8. I played Nd7 because I thought
that that move will stop early c5 push.

M:I like this move because it allows f5.}
10. b4 f5 11. f3 {M:This move limits the Bishop.} 11... f4
{M:Nice. Now the Bishop on e2 is less than useful.} 12. c5
{But I was wrong my opponent offer me a pawn sacrifice.

M:12...dxc5 followed by a what if scenario that is probably full of holes,
but I had to see where it may have gone.}
12... Nf6 (12... dxc5 13. bxc5 Nxc5
{but I didn't dare to accept it. I like closed position and I think that
black should play on kingside. Because of that I reject that variation.}
14. Rb1 c6 15. dxc6 Nxc6 16. Nb3 Nd7 17. Nd5 Ne7 18. Bc4 Kh8 19. Ba3 Re8 20.
Bxe7 Rxe7 21. Nxe7 Qxe7 22. Nc5 Nf6 23. Rb5 a6 24. Rb6 Nh5 25. Qb3 Ng3 26.
hxg3
fxg3 27. Nxb7 Qh4 28. Rd1 a5 29. Nd6 Qh2+ 30. Kf1 Bh3 31. Rd2 Qh1+ 32. Ke2
Qxg2+
33. Ke3 Qg1+ 34. Kd3 Bf1+ 35. Kc3 Qe3+ 36. Rd3 Qc1+ 37. Qc2 Qe1+ 38. Qd2
Qa1+
39. Qb2 Qc1+ 40. Qc2 Qg5 41. Rd2 g2 42. Rxg2 Bxg2 43. Rb2 Bxf3 44. Bd3 Qg3
45.
Kd2 Qf2+ 46. Kc1 Qe3+ 47. Kb1 Bxe4 48. Bxe4 Qg1+ 49. Qc1 Qd4 50. Qc6 a4 51.
a3
Rd8 52. Rb6 Bf8 53. Nc4 Qd1+ 54. Ka2 Rd4 55. Ra6 Qe2+ 56. Nb2 Rd2 57. Rb6
Rd6
58. Qb7 Rd4 59. Qb8 Kg8 60. Qxe5 Rxe4 61. Qd5+ Kg7 62. Qd7+ Kg8 63. Qd5+ Kh8
64.
Rb8 Kg7 65. Qd8 Qc4+ 66. Kb1 Re1+ 67. Nd1 Qe4+ 68. Kc1 Qf4+ 69. Kc2 Re2+ 70.
Kb1
Qe4+ 71. Kc1 Qc2#) 13. Nc4 g5 14. a4 Ng6
{White prepare queenside advance and I will try to attack his king.} 15. Ba3
Rf7
16. b5 dxc5
{I thought that this move would stop white attack on queenside for a few
moves .}
(16... Bf8 {is usually played}) 17. Bxc5 h5
{I think that this position is critical for the outcome of the game. What
should white play? Is 18.a5 good move?}
18. a5 (18. d6 cxd6 19. Nxd6 Rd7 20. Qb3+ Kh8 21. Nf7+
{M:Its doubtful that this would be overlooked, but if it was...}) 18... g4
19. b6
{For this move white thought for over 18 minutes. I spent over 19 minutes
for the response (19...g3)}
19... g3 ({During the game I thought about} 19... Nd7 {but was afraid of}
20.
Bf2) (19... axb6 20. axb6 Rxa1 21. Qxa1
{I was afraid that white will attack me via a8, if queen come to kingside.})
20.
bxc7 Rxc7 21. Bb4 Nh7 {Nice. Setup the rook as bait.} 22. d6 Qh4 23. h3
Bxh3
24. dxc7 Bd7 $1 ({or} 24... Be6 25. Qd8+ Rxd8 26. cxd8=Q+ Qxd8 27. Rfc1 Qh4
28.
Bd3 Qh2+ 29. Kf1 Qh1+ 30. Ke2 Qxg2+ 31. Kd1 Qxf3+ 32. Kc2 {and black should
win}
) 25. Rf2 gxf2+ (25... Qh2+ 26. Kf1 gxf2 (26... Qh1# {Ouch.}) 27. Kxf2) 26.
Kf1
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