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Vladislav Artemiev vs Vidit Santosh Gujrathi
FIDE Chess.com Online Nations Cup (2020) (rapid), chess.com INT, rd 10, May-09
Queen Pawn Game: Torre Attack. Gossip Variation (D03)  ·  1-0

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May-09-20  YetiBlitz: Where Vidit go so wrong?
May-09-20  SirChrislov: idk, maybe at move fourteen: ...cxb is an ugly move. maybe play 14...c4 and then try to play 15...b5. I think he also went the wrong way with the king, instead of ...Kb8, go ...Kd7.

and finally 17...Qd5 gave a valuable tempo to the knight.

May-10-20  SChesshevsky: <...Where Vidit go so wrong?...>

In general versus the Torre, if Black's looking to create some active kside play with ...0-0-0, it's often best with trying to keep the qside closed. Think best because it usually takes some time for anything to happen on the kside while an open qside can cause black problems quickly.

Well known Torre game is:

Spassky vs Petrosian, 1966

A game maybe closer to this one where open qside causes difficulties for black:

Kramnik vs Gelfand, 2016

May-16-20  Andrew Chapman: <Where Vidit go so wrong?>Castling queenside looked risky to me.

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