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Baris Esen vs Mikhail Vladimirovich Golubev
Moscow Aeroflot op-B (2006), rd 7, Feb-07
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Panno (E83)  ·  0-1


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  MikhailGolubev: My notes from the British Chess Magazine 4/2006:

Aeroflot A2 Open 2006 (7), 14.02.2006
IM Baris Esen (2417) - GM Mikhail Golubev (2499)
King's Indian Saemisch E83
1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 d6 5.f3 0-0 6.Be3 Nc6 7.Nge2 a6 8.Qd2 Re8 9.g3!? Bd7 A committal move: the d7 square might have been useful for a knight in some lines. 10.Bg2 e5 10...Na5 11.b3 b5 fails to 12.e5!. 11.d5 Na5 12.Qd3! 12.b3 b5 13.c5 dxc5 14.Bxc5 c6 seems to be double-edged. 12...b5 13.cxb5 axb5 14.Nxb5 Qb8 Black has sacrificed a pawn to obtain some activity.15.a4!? c6 16.dxc6 Bxc6 17.Qxd6 After 17.0-0 Black plays 17...d5!. 17.Nec3!? deserved attention.17...Qxd6!? 18.Nxd6 Red8 19.Nb5 19.b4!? was probably more critical. 19...Nc4 20.Kf2 Nxe3 21.Kxe3 Bf8! 22.Nec3 Bh6+ 23.f4 exf4+ 24.gxf4 Ng4+ 25.Ke2 After 25.Kf3, 25...Rd3+! is very strong. 25...Bxf4 26.Kf3?! 26.Nd5! and the position is not so clear. 26...Be5! 27.Kxg4?! Rd3! 28.Raf1 f6! 29.Bf3 Bd7+ 30.Kh4 h5 31.Rhg1 g5+ 32.Rxg5+ Otherwise 32.Kxh5 Kf7 with the inevitable 33...Rh8 mate. 32...fxg5+ 33.Kxg5 A bit more stubborn was 33.Kxh5. 33...Kh7! 34.Nd5 Rg8+ 35.Kh4 Rxd5! 0-1 White resigned in view of 36.exd5 Bf6+ 37.Kxh5 Be8 mate.

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