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Marco Baldauf vs Dmitry Andreikin
European Club Cup (2016), Novi Sad SRB, rd 1, Nov-06
Modern Defense: Averbakh Variation (A42)  ·  0-1

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Nov-27-18  saturn2: I saw 33...Nh3+

34. Kh1 Ng3+ 35. hxg3 Nf2+ 36. Kg1 Nxd3

Nov-27-18  goldfarbdj: My first thought was 33. ... Nh3+ 34. Kh1 Nf2+ 35. Rxf2 Qxc1+ winning the exchange. Then I looked a little deeper and noticed that 34. Ng3+ wins queen for knight.
Nov-27-18  abuzic: Mate in 5 after 32.Nd4:
32...Nh3+ 33.Kh1 (33.gxh3 Qg5+ 34.Kf2 or Kh1 Qg2#) 33...Ng3+ 34.hxg3 Nf2+ 35.Kg1 Qh1+ 36.Kxf2 Qxg2#
Nov-27-18
Premium Chessgames Member
  agb2002: Black has a knight for three pawns.

The black knights are close to the white king. This suggests 33... Nh3+ 34.Kh1 Ng3+ 35.hxg3 Nf2+ 36.Kg1 Nxd3 - + [q vs 3P].

Nov-27-18
Premium Chessgames Member
  drollere: i got 33...Nh3+
34. Kh1 Qxc1
35. Rxc1 Nf2+
36. Kg1 Nxd3
winning the rook.

i had fun trying the alternate permutations in this position ... a N fork around every corner.

Nov-27-18  Granny O Doul: But, drollere, 34...Qxc1 runs into 35. Qd4+, covering f2 and anyway stepping out of the fork before taking the Black Q.
Nov-27-18  patzer2: White's decisive mistake appears to be 19. Rac1?, allowing 19...gxf3 20. Rxf3 Ng5 21. Rff1, which, instead of 21...Qg4 ∓ (-0.95 @ 24 ply, Stockfish 9) as played in the game, should be followed with the stronger, winning 21...f3! -+ (-2.86 @ 26 ply, Stockfish 9).

For an early improvement, the computer pick 7. h3 ± (+0.86 @ 27 ply, Stockfish 9) as in White's win in Wang Yue vs Ivanchuk, 2016 looks good for a clear White advantage..

Nov-27-18
Premium Chessgames Member
  ajk68: 28. Nc5? threw away a possibly winning advantage. White seemed to lose the thread of the attack; why would the knight ever want to go to b5? It's a strategically flawed plan.
Nov-27-18
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  ajk68: That was supposed to be 28. Nb5?
Why would a computer ever autocorrect b5 to c5???
Nov-27-18  malt: Have 33...Nh3+ 34.Kh1 Ng3+ 35.hg3 Nf2+ 36.Kg1 N:d3
Nov-27-18  cocker: 34 … Nf2+ also wins quite comfortably
Nov-27-18  zb2cr: I went with 34. ... Nf2+, which wins the exchange after 35. Rxf2, Qxc1+.
Nov-27-18  TheaN: Tuesday 27 November 2018

<33....?>

Oh @#$%. I made exactly the same mistake <abuzic> made, visioning the end result wrongly.

Black is in the ideal position to demolish all and everything that the White king has in front of him with <33....Nh3+ 34.Kh1 Ng3+ 35.hxg3 Nf2+ 36.Kg1>.

However, here I went with the abysmal 36....Qh1+? 37.Kxf2 +- that as good as it gets hands the win to White: <Black has no double control over g2 due to g3>. Doubled pawns, annoying but easy to miss. Of course Black gets an enormous advantage after <36....Nxd3 -+> but I wanted to mate instead. Shoot.

Nov-27-18  cocker: <zb2cr> even better after 34 Nf2+ 35 Rxf2 is 35 … Ng3+, then 36 … Qxc1+.
Nov-27-18  TheaN: <cocker: <zb2cr> even better after 34 Nf2+ 35 Rxf2 is 35 … Ng3+, then 36 … Qxc1+.>

Hah. Now that you mention that, I would probably prefer that trade off than the prosaic 34....Ng3+: <34....Nf2+ 35.Rxf2 Ng3+ 36.Kg1 Qxc1+ 37.Rf1 Qxf1+ 38.Qxf1 Nxf1 39.Kxf1>


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Where <39....Rd8 40.Ne5 Rf8+ -+> removes all counterplay and Black can probably do this blindfolded and with a minute on the clock :>

Nov-27-18  abuzic: <TheaN:> <Tuesday 27 November 2018 <33....?> Oh @#$%. I made exactly the same mistake <abuzic> made, visioning the end result wrongly.>

Excuse me Sir, but my comment was about the position after <32.Nd4, Mate in 5: 32...Nh3+ and not 33...Nh3+, etc....>

as posted by <Jimfromprovidence: It's even nicer one move earlier at move 32, black to play.>

Nov-27-18
Premium Chessgames Member
  gawain: A pretty combination. The protection around the white king is illusory.
Nov-27-18  AlicesKnight: Both knights fling themselves on the bayonets of the white Ps; .... Nh3+ followed by ....Ng3+, the latter forcing hxg3 on which the discovery wins the white Q. [Or, I read after looking, mate in a couple....]
Nov-27-18  TheaN: <abuzic: Excuse me Sir, but my comment was about the position after <32.Nd4>>

It was. And I'm looking even more moronic than I already did. Guess only a well timed Homer "DOH!" is in order.

To keep it at least a little bit on topic: after 32....Nh3+ it's obvious f3 is controlling g2, therefore the combination with Qh1+ works as Black DOES control g2. What's more interesting, and what Black probably missed, was <32....Nh3+ 33.gxh3>, where the very simple and subtle, but otherwise intriguing <33....Qg5+ with Qg2#> ends the game on the spot. Hard to spot, because the Queen sneaks in front of the King where this would seem illogical (with a Rook behind the King).

Nov-27-18  SpamIAm: Love the pawn chain attacks from both sides in this game.
Nov-27-18  N0B0DY: could have imagined how these two jumpers bounce.
Nov-27-18
Premium Chessgames Member
  Knightf7mate: @crisowen--- did I misunderstand? Or did you truly mean:

chrisowen: Ares h3 hood keen keyact wins hike h1 hack dink its give 34Ng3+ kestrels eeljars keys goot aint 10 aortas keys ares keen keyins aint ra ears keys ravers rest cavort cv cracks keya go ok good deltas keyins trawls keya jims mibs bins nibs binary keysyang u ho it nest keyoms keynow hike line wind west keyoms whoosh hubs it null keynow ties wins whos branch keyact be huns wilt keys h3 hack dink bike ares keen aint ra ears keys ravers resolves cv cracks keya go ok good deltas keyins yang trawls keya jims bike mibs mins bins binary keysyang u ho it nest keyoms keynow hike line wind west keyoms whoosh hubs keys its hiv 33Nh3+ kestrels dusk bind dies hive keys aint 11 12 aortas keyins yang h3 hack hock hood hogs hohs hahs hall hold keys hang hoot hdqs harm host hick hike chip chicky chin hogs cogs ghosts choo choo hack hock ha hold kins keyins yang dink its hive 34.Kh1 Ng3+ kestrels eeljar kind keys goot 10 aortas keyins yang bads mads dabs dobs dams keys keyins kind hike bams raccoons as cams palm cone keyins anda knight yins yang wads cams macs keys keyins yang oohs bams do baba nack kans tads band afar hang hike keyins yang nahs hans keys apon manias boot keythens keys bunt tablas rasa toby troubadour okey pot-hole happyoms cops caps keys cool pack photon beam fits keys ares h3 hood.

???!!

Because it makes much more sense had you said

chrisowen: Ares h3 hood keen keyact wins hike h1 hack dink its give 34Ng3+ kestrels eeljars keys goot aint 10 aortas keys ares keen keyins aint ra ears keys ravers rest cavort cv cracks keya go ok good deltas keyins trawls keya jims mibs bins nibs binary keysyang u ho it nest keyoms keynow hike line wind west keyoms whoosh hubs it null keynow ties wins whos branch keyact be huns wilt keys h3 hack dink bike ares keen aint ra ears keys ravers resolves cv cracks keya go ok good deltas keyins yang trawls keya jims bike mibs mins bins binary keysyang u ho it nest keyoms keynow hike line wind west keyoms whoosh hubs keys its hiv 33Nh3+ kestrels dusk bind dies hive keys aint 11 12 aortas keyins yang h3 hack hock hood hogs hohs hahs hall hold keys hang hoot hdqs harm host hick hike chip chicky chin hogs cogs ghosts choo choo hack hock ha hold kins keyins yang dink its hive 34.Kh1 Ng3+ kestrels eeljar kind keys goot 10 aortas keyins yang bads mads dabs dobs dams keys keyins kind hike bams raccoons as cams palm cone keyins anda knight yins yang wads cams macs keys keyins yang oohs bams do baba nack kans tads band afar hang hike keyins yang nahs hans keys apon manias boot keythens keys bunt tablas rasa toby troubadour okey pot-hole happyoms cops caps keys cool pack (((((quark)))) beam fits keys ares h3 hood.

Instead.

Nov-27-18  luzhin: Black missed a forced mate a move earlier: 32...Nh3+! 33.Kh1 (if 33.gxh3 Qg5+ 34.Kh1 Qg2 mate) Ng3+! 34.hxg3 Nf2+ 35.Kg1 Qh1+ 36.Kxf2 Qxg2 mate.
Nov-27-18  SpamIAm: <Knightf7mate> LOL
Nov-27-18  Captain Hindsight: @ Knightf7mate <(((((quark))))> Methinks you're both a little careless and imprecise here.

http://www.quotemaster.org/Quarks#&...

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