King's Island Open, Ohio, 2009
White: GM Finegold, Ben
Black: FM Bereolos, Peter
1.d4 Nf6 2.Nc3 c5 3.d5 g6 4.e4 d6 5.Nf3 Bg7 6.Be2 O-O 7.O-O Na6 8.Re1 Nc7 9.a4 b6 10.Bf4 Bb7 11.Qd2 Re8 12.Rad1 a6 13.Bc4 Qd7 14.Bh6 b5 15.Bxg7 Kxg7 16.e5 bxc4 17.exf6+ exf6 18.Rxe8 Nxe8 19.Qf4 f5 20.Nd2 Nf6 21.Nxc4 Rd8 22.h3 Qe7 23.Kf1 Nh5 24.Qd2 Qh4 25.b3 Bc8 26.Re1 f4 27.Ne4 g5 28.Qc3+ Kg6 29.Nexd6 f6 30.Qd3+ f5 31.Nxc8 Rxc8 32.Ne5+ 1-0
27 ... g6-g5?! leaves the Black h4-queen with NO RETREAT!
32 Nc4-e5+ wins due to the threat of 33 Ne5-f3, attacking the TRAPPED Black h4-queen
32 Nc4-e5+ is thus a DOUBLE ATTACK against a PIECE (Black g6-king) and a SQUARE (f3-trapping square)
Black can save his TRAPPED queen only at the cost of a piece, 33 ... Nh5-f3+ <clearance: h5> 34 f2xNg3 Qh4xg3.
30 Qc3-d3+!? is a *devilish* move, provoking the WEAKENING PAWN MOVE 30 ... f6-f5?? (RYBKA!), weakening the critical e5-square
for the upcoming 32 Nc4-e5+/33 Ne5-f3 QUEEN TRAPPING maneuver.
2) mess finegold Is all you can do is trap queens? Reference this game and the Kuljasevic game from 2009 Spice Cup B group
Kuljasevic's 13 ... c6-c5?? taking away the retreat of the Black a3-queen along the a3-f8 diagonal
is just like
Bereolos's 27 ... g6-g5?! taking away the retreat of the Black h4-queen along the h4-d8 diagonal