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Peter Svidler vs Ilgar Bajarani
Leningrad (1990)
Four Knights Game: Scotch Variation. Belgrade Gambit (C47)  ·  1-0
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May-21-06
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  Mateo: Svidler was 2430. His opponent is unknown to me. Svidler shows great technical skill to take advantage of Black's inacurracies.

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.d4 exd4
5.Nd5 Nxd5 6.exd5 Bb4+ 7.Bd2 Qe7+ 8.Qe2 Bxd2+ 9.Kxd2 Qxe2+ 10.Bxe2 Ne7 11.d6 Nc6 <the usual answer is 11...cd> 12.Rad1 <12.dc> cxd6 13.Kc1 d5 14.Nxd4 Nxd4 15.Rxd4 d6 16.Rxd5 Ke7 17.Bf3 Rb8 18.Rhd1 Rd8 19.Be4 g6 20.f4 f5 <dubious> 21.Bf3 Be6 22.R5d3 b6 23.Ra3 Rd7 <better 23...a5> 24.Re3 Kf6 25.Bc6 Rdd8 26.Rde1 Bf7 27.Re7 <now the White Rooks invade the seventh rank, increasing White's advantage> Rbc8 28.Ba4 a6 29.Bb3 d5 30.Ra7 Ra8 31.Rb7 Rab8 32.Ree7 Rxb7 33.Rxb7 Rd6 34.Kd2 h6 35.Kd3 g5 36.g3 gxf4 37.gxf4 Bh5 38.Rh7 Kg6 39.Ra7 Bf3 <Black is lost. 39...b5 40.Kd4 Bf3 41. Ke5 Rc6 42. c3 ; 39...a5 40.Kd4 Bf3 41.Ke5 Rd8 42. Re7 b5 43.a4 b4 44.Kd4 , xa5,d5> 40.Kd4 Re6 41.Bxd5 Bxd5 42.Kxd5 Re2 43.Rxa6 Rxc2 44.Rxb6+ Kh5 45.h3 Re2 46.a4 Re4 47.a5 Rxf4 48.b4 Rf3 49.a6 Rxh3 50.Rb5 1-0

Sep-29-09  timhortons: that king walk to the center is just great! it wins the game!

the first pawn to cross the mid line will be the first one to reach the 8th rank.

ok svidler use the belgrade gambit during the 90,s as shown in the databse, i had one more game featured in kaufman book that was not included in the databse.

svidler use the belgrade gambit and drop it off later on, just like gary kasparov had sad against scotch , that against a perfect defense its very risky.

Jan-05-19  PJs Studio: Iím doing a quick investigation of the Belgrade and wow! This is an amazing game by Svidler. Very Instructive display. Showing exactly how white should go about attacking blacks weak points. So good - makes me not want to play 1...e5!
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