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Arkadij Naiditsch vs Artur Jakubiec
Unilog-Integrata GM (2002), Griesheim GER, rd 4, Jan-26
Sicilian Defense: Lasker-Pelikan. Sveshnikov Variation Peresypkin's Sacrifice (B33)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jul-09-04  InspiredByMorphy: Why cant white just play 16.Nxc7 ?! It doesen't seem like black gets compensation for the queen sac.
Jul-09-04  seoulmama: InspiredByMorphy, 16.c3 is Shirov's move, which was worth two exclams a while ago. If White takes the Queen directly, Black will indeed get plenty of compensation.
Mar-21-07  AdrianP: 15. ...Qxc7 - net effect, Q+pawn for 3 minor pieces - was first played in

[Event "Chigorin mem op"]
[Site "St Petersburg"]
[Date "2000.10.31"]
[Round "3"]
[White "Vorobiov,Evgeny E"]
[Black "Bogachkov,Igor"]
[Result "1-0"]
[Eco "B33"]
1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 e5 6.Ndb5 d6 7.Bg5 a6 8.Na3 b5 9.Bxf6 gxf6 10.Nd5 f5 11.Bxb5 axb5 12.Nxb5 Ra4 13.b4 Rxb4 14.Nbc7+ Kd7 15.0-0 Qxc7 16.Nxc7 Kxc7 17.Qh5 Rxe4 18.Qxf7+ Be7 19.Rfe1 Rf8 20.Qb3 Rb4 21.Qc3 Be6 22.Rab1 d5 23.Qh3 Rh4 24.Qe3 Rd4 25.Qh6 Kd6 26.Rb7 Rb8 27.Rxb8 Nxb8 28.Qxh7 Nc6 29.Qh3 Rc4 30.Qd3 d4 31.Qd2 Kd5 32.Rb1 Bb4 33.Qd1 e4 34.h4 Ne5 35.h5 Ng4 36.Rb3 Ke5 37.Qc1 Kf6 38.h6 Kg6 39.h7 e3 40.h8=Q exf2+ 41.Kf1 Rc8 42.Qxd4 Bc4+ 43.Rd3 Bxd3+ 44.Qxd3 Re8 45.Qa6+ Kh5 46.Qe2 Rxe2 47.Kxe2 Bd6 48.a4 Bg3 49.a5 Nh2 50.a6 f1=Q+ 51.Qxf1 Nxf1 52.a7 Nh2 53.a8=Q Bf4 54.c4 Ng4 55.c5 Nf6 56.c6 1-0

The consensus was that Black is doing v. well after the Q sac.

[presently not in the database, but I've submitted it]

16. c3!! was Shirov's improvement, which in fact transposes to the above game in a few moves but with the difference that White's pawn is on c3 rather than c2 which is useful for restricting the Black N and R.

Shirov vs Topalov, 2001

Bogachkov was apparently Shirov's second at around this time, so 16 c3!! may have been Bogachkov's idea.

23 ...Bc4 is the main improvement in the present game, the apparent verdict being that Black is nevertheless OK, despite Shirov's improvement.

(the above is derived from Gazza's notes on Shirov-Topalov in Revolution in the 70s).

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