Chess Life - Feb 2010 by Daniel Lucas

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0-0 Be7 12. c3 0-0 13. Nbd2 Nxd2 14. Nxd2 I want to spring my f-pawn, following the maxim that I should attack on the side where my pawn chain leads me. 14. f6 15. f4 r+ + rk+ pp+ql pp +n+pp + + +pP + + P P + + P Q + PP N +PP R L +RK After 15. f4 Time to make an assessment. org tion. Among grandmasters I’d guess the outcome would be about 7-3: four wins for White, six draws (see my book on this subject, Building up Your Chess—the Art of Evaluation). Black’s best would be to take on e5, and, after 16.

34. e3+ 35. Kf3 R4d6 36. g4 Re8 37. c5 bxc5 38. bxc5 Bxc3 39. Qxc3 Rf6+ 40. Kg3 Rf2 41. Qd3 g6 42. h4 Re6 43. Qc4 Kf8 44. Qd3 Kg8 45. Qc4 Kf8 46. Qa6 Kg8 47. Qa8+ Kh7 48. Qa2 Ref6 49. Qc4 Re6 50. h5 g5 51. Qd3+ Kg8 52. Qa6 Rxe2 A mistake. Better was to leave the rook and put the king on g7. 53. Qxe2 Kf8 54. Kg2 Kg8 55. Kf1 Kf8 56. Qd3 e2+ 57. Ke1 Kg8 58. Qd8+ Kg7 59. Qc8 Now Black has no good moves left. 59. Kf6 60. Qf8, Black resigned. Root considered IM Puchen Wang over Sadorra to be the best game of the norm tournaments.

Bxa7! + + + k P +qlr+p P+ +p+p+ +P+pPp+ + P PnP + r +N+ + L +P+ RR+ + K After 30. bxa7 30. Rc8 31.

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