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Bg4+ Nf5 56. h5 Kd5 57. Bf3+ Ke6 58. hxg6 hxg6 59. Bb7 g5+ 60. Kxg5 Kxe5 61. Bxa6 Nd6 62. b5 c3 63. b6 Be4 64. b7 Bxb7 65. Bd3 Be4, White resigned. Second seed Abby Marshall (2151) fol lowed Haskel’s lead in the next round, losing to Steven McLaughlin (1652). Hap pily, both Abby and Jeffrey recovered, winning the rest of their games, to tie for first. 2008 Notes by Marshall So here is my second round game, where I blundered and was very upset the rest of the night, but it taught me a valu able lesson.
C3 Nbd7 7. b4 Looking for space on the queenside. 7. Ne4 8. Nxe4 dxe4 9. Nd2 a5 10. Nxe4 I am leery of gift pawns, especially from stronger players. 10. axb4 11. cxb4 Nf6 Already down a pawn, Black’s ensuing doubled pawns give White a slight edge. 12. Bxf6 exf6 13. Bc4 f5 14. Nc5 b6 15. Nd3 Bb7 16. 0-0 Qg5 17. Nf4 Rad8 18. Qc1 c5 19. bxc5 bxc5 20. dxc5 Bxa1 21. Qxa1 21. Qe7 22. Rc1 Rd2 23. Qc3 Rfd8 24. Bb3 Bc6 25. a4 Qd7 Interesting is 25. Qg5, but Black keeps watch on the two passers. + r +k+ r + qp+p +l+ +p+ + P +p+ + + N + +LQ P +P + + PP+ R + + K After 30.
Given a move or two, White’s pieces will overrun the black king but Owens is prepared. 27. Nd7! Vacating the strong e5 square to offer an exchange of pieces, but more impor tantly to exchange queens via the long diagonal when White’s attack is greatly diminished. 28. Nd3 Qc3 29. Rc1 Bd4+ 30. Kg2 Qxc2 31. Rxc2 A new phase of the battle commences White’s advanced central pawn mass versus Black’s nearly unmoved connected passed pawns. White’s more active pieces give him some hope for an advantage.