|SirChrislov: Moves examination is with Chessmaster and many thanks to users <OhioChessFan> for running my game through Fritz and <zanshin> for the Rybka evaluation.|
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<Chessmaster: After 12.0-0-0 Rhe8, blk has clear compensation in development for unit.> <Fritz: blk is winning after poor moves 12 & 13 by wht.>
13.Bf2 Qd7 <Rybka: -3.22 for 13...Qc6!>
At this point, the master played <15.b3??> to protect c4, but then retracted the move(so he violated touch-move) and said, "well, that can't be good" and played 15.g4 instead. I don't think I would've been too content to win this way, so I let it pass. As you can see, it's curtains after <15.b3?? Ba3+>.
15.g4 Bg6 <Fritz: 15...Bxg4! 16. fxg4 Qxh1 and blk has saves a tempo on game continuation, which Fritz deems more worth than bishop pair. meanwhile blk has both ...Ne4 and ...Nxg4 in his pocket.>
20.Bh4 f6 and there's no good defence for g4. if <21.Rg1>, loses c4 to CM's <21...Bd3> thou it was better than:
21.Qf4? Qxf4 Being the exchange up, I jumped at the chance to swap queens immediately, overlooking: <Rybka: -7.47 for 21...Bxc3! wins more material. -3.6 for 21...Qxc4>
22.Nxf4 Bxc3 A symplifying exchange that wrecks wht's q-side pwn structure that fritz doesn't fault, thou it does prefer <22...Bf3> a little better than <22...Bxc3>
24.Rg1 c5 Fritz doesn't condemn this move, thou it does give wht a passed d-unit. maybe better, or equally stronger was <24...Re4>.
25.d5 Fritz thinks this was a semi-blunder and prefers <25.Rg3>
26.Ne6 Rd6 fritz's second choice. first choice: <26...Rg8> I remember discarding this because I didn't want a passive rook.
27.Nxg7 Rxg4 symplifying but Rybka suggests <27...Rxc4>, fritz prefers <27...Rxc4 or ...Rb6> the queenside attack does seem more in keeping with the position.
30.Nxf6 Bxh5 I knew he wasn't going to fall for <31.Nxh5? Rh6>
31.Nxh7 Be2 <31...Rh6> was another possibility which fritz rates about as same as the game.
33...Bxa2?? I'm still kicking myself in the huevos for taking the useless a2 when the nasty <34.Nf8> threatening <35.d7> was right under my nose. Chessmaster & Rybka: <33...Be6!> paralizes passed d-unit and blk maintains big plus. Fritz: <33... Bd3> was another possibilty where blk maintains advantage.
35.Bxd6 1/2 - 1/2
I welcome your comments on this game.