Kommentierte Partien mit Notation

22. Juni 2023: Vincent Keymer vs. Wang Hao

[Event “Prague Chess Festival 2023”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.06.19”] [Round “1”] [White “Keymer, Vincent”] [Black “Wang, Hao”] [Result “1-0”] [ECO “D12”] [WhiteElo “2690”] [BlackElo “2722”] [Annotator “Perlen vom Bodensee”] [PlyCount “87”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “40/5400+30:1800+30”] 1. d4 {4} d5 {4} 2. c4 {6} c6 {3} 3. Nf3 {4} Nf6 {4} 4. e3 {4} (4. Nc3 {Perlen vom Bodensee} dxc4 5. a4 Bf5) 4… Bf5 {4} 5. Nc3 {5} e6 {8} 6. Nh4 {25} Be4 {4} (6… Bg6) 7. f3 {11} Bg6 {4 D12: Damengambit (Slawische Verteidigung).} 8. Bd2 {3} Be7 {6} (8… Nbd7 {2 Perlen vom Bodensee} 9. cxd5 {11} Nxd5 {2} 10. Nxg6 {1} hxg6 {1} 11. Qb3 {8} Qb6 {10} 12. O-O-O {39} Qxb3 {12} 13. axb3 {2;Keymer,V (2699)-Kramnik,V (2753) Champions Chess Tour Chessable Masters 2023 Chess.com (8)}) 9. Qb3 {14} Qc7 {14} 10. O-O-O {34} dxc4 {66} 11. Bxc4 {5} b5 {13} 12. Be2 {13} a6 {8} 13. Nxg6 {57} hxg6 {6} 14. f4 {18 “A new move I had planned for today.”} (14. Kb1 c5 15. dxc5 Nbd7 {0-1 Van Foreest,J (2680)-Gukesh,D (2730) Sigeman & Co 28th Malmo 2023 (1)}) (14. g3) 14… c5 {258} (14… Nbd7 {“Should be the way.”}) 15. Bf3 $146 {797} ({Vorgänger:} 15. dxc5 Nc6 16. Kb1 O-O 17. g4 Rfd8 18. g5 Nd7 19. Ne4 Nxc5 20. Nxc5 Bxc5 21. h4 {1-0 Pavlov,M (2215)-Kardashevskiy,E (2429) Novi Sad TS Mix 225th 2021 (2)}) 15… Nc6 {285} (15… c4 $4 16. Nxb5 axb5 17. Qxb5+ $18) 16. dxc5 {87} Na5 {2256} (16… Bxc5 $2 17. Nxb5 axb5 18. Qxb5 $18) 17. Qa3 $5 {1617 “I think I rememebered the whole line until Kxd2”} (17. Qc2 Rc8 18. b4 Nc4 $15) 17… Bxc5 {684} 18. b4 {6} Nc4 {4} 19. Nxb5 {74 Fesselung} Qc8 $2 {613 “Extremely hard to calculate. HOrribly complicated position”} (19… Qe7 $142 20. Qa4 (20. Nc7+ Qxc7 21. Qa4+ Ke7 22. bxc5 Nxd2 23. Bxa8 $14 {ZU}) 20… O-O $1 21. Bxa8 $1 Bxe3 $1 22. Bxe3 axb5 $13) 20. Nc7+ $2 {807} (20. bxc5 $1 O-O (20… Nxa3 21. Nd6+ Ke7 22. Nxc8+ Raxc8 23. Bb4 $18) 21. Nd6 $1 Nxa3 22. Nxc8 Raxc8 23. Bb4) 20… Qxc7 {9} 21. Qa4+ {4} Ke7 {63} 22. bxc5 {4} Nxd2 {23} (22… Qxc5 $4 23. Bb4) 23. Kxd2 {116} (23. Bxa8 $5 {“Remembered I couldn’t take on a8, but I didn’t see why”} Qxc5+ 24. Kxd2 Rxa8 25. Qc2 $1 Rd8+ 26. Kc1 Qxe3+ 27. Kb2 $14) 23… Rad8+ {574} (23… Qxc5 24. Bxa8 Rxa8 25. Ke2 $16) 24. Ke2 {6 Und c6 würde nun gewinnen.} Qxc5 {3} 25. Rc1 {207} (25. Qxa6 $4 {geht unter.} Qc2+ 26. Ke1 Ne4 $19) 25… Qb5+ {13} ({Auf keinen Fall} 25… Qd6 26. Rhd1 Nd5 27. Bxd5 exd5 28. Rc6 $16) 26. Qxb5 {6} axb5 {3 “The endgame is marginally better. I can press a little”} 27. Rc5 {617} Nd5 $1 {105} 28. Rb1 {1143} (28. Rxb5 Nc3+) 28… Ra8 {147} 29. Bxd5 {164} exd5 $14 {7 Endspiel. KTT-KTT} 30. Rb2 {26} Rxh2 {844} 31. Kf3 {42} Ra5 {227} (31… d4 32. exd4 Ra3+ $132 {“SHould be the easiest for Black, I thought”} 33. Ke4 Kd6) 32. Rcxb5 {95} Rxb5 {24} 33. Rxb5 $11 {4 Objektiv ausgeglichen, aber praktisch schwierig für Schwarz.} Ke6 {34} 34. Rb6+ {116} Kd7 {25} 35. Rb7+ {275} Ke6 {6} 36. Rb1 {54 a4 wäre nun fies.} g5 $2 {52} (36… Rh8 37. a4 Ra8 38. Ra1 Ra5) 37. Rb6+ $2 {30} (37. a4 $1 $18 gxf4 38. exf4 Rh8 39. a5 Ra8 40. Ra1 Ra6) 37… Ke7 {23} 38. fxg5 {5 Droht a4 und aus.} Rh4 {89} 39. g4 {61 Schwarz muss nun a4 beachten.} Rh2 $2 {46} (39… Rh8 $11 {und Schwarz steht sicher. Stockfish 15.1 NNUE syzygy:} 40. Rb7+ Ke6 41. a4 Ra8 42. Rb4 g6 43. Ke2 Kd6 44. Rd4 Ra7 45. Kd3 Kc6 46. Rf4 Kc5 47. Kd2 Kd6 48. Kc3 Kc5 49. Kd3 Kd6 50. Kd2 Ra8 51. Ke1 Ra7 52. Rb4 Ke5 53. Ke2 Ke6 54. Kf2 Ke5 55. Kf3 Ra8 56. Rf4 Ra7 57. Ke2 Ra8 58. Kf2 Ra7 59. Kf3 Kd6 60. Rb4 Ke6 {0.16/42}) 40. a4 $18 {27} Ra2 {19} 41. Ra6 {118} Rb2 {289} 42. a5 {238} g6 {433} 43. Ra7+ {372} Ke6 {15} 44. a6 {70 Gewichteter Fehlerwert: Weiß=0.15 (sehr präzise) /Schwarz=0.45} (44. a6 {Stockfish 15.1 NNUE syzygy:} Rc2 45. Ra8 Ke7 46. a7 Ra2 47. Kg3 Ra5 (47… Ke6 48. Re8+) (47… Kd7 48. Rf8 Rxa7 49. Rxf7+) 48. Kf2 Ra4 49. Ke2 Ra3 50. Kd2 Ra2+ 51. Kd3 Ra4 52. Kc3 Ra6 53. Kb4 Ra2 54. Kc5 d4 55. Kxd4 Ra1 56. Kc4 Ra2 57. Kb3 Ra1 58. e4 Ra6 59. e5 Rb6+ (59… Ra1 60. e6 fxe6 61. Rh8) 60. Kc4 Rc6+ 61. Kb5 Re6 62. Rh8 Rxe5+ 63. Kc4 {9.51/27}) 1-0

14. Juni 2023: Fredrik Tor Kassen vs. Frederik Svane

[Event “Teplice 2023”] [Site “lichess.org”] [Date “2023.06.13”] [Round “4.5”] [White “Kaasen, Tor Fredrik”] [Black “Svane, Frederik”] [Result “0-1”] [ECO “C78”] [WhiteElo “2484”] [BlackElo “2603”] [Annotator “Admin”] [PlyCount “90”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O Bc5 6. c3 b5 7. Bb3 d6 8. d4 Bb6 9. Be3 O-O {C78: Spanische Partie (Archangelsk- und Möller-Variante).} 10. Nbd2 Re8 11. Re1 (11. h3 h6 12. Qe2 Rb8 13. Rad1 Bd7 14. Bc2 Qc8 15. Rfe1 Qb7 16. a3 a5 17. Nf1 a4 18. Ng3 $14 {1-0 Gukesh,D (2730)-Keymer,V (2700) Sigeman & Co 28th Malmo 2023 (2)}) 11… Na5 12. Bc2 c5 13. h3 cxd4 14. cxd4 Nc6 15. d5 $146 ({Vorgänger:} 15. dxe5 dxe5 16. Nf1 Bxe3 17. Nxe3 Be6 $11 {0-1 Giri,A (2779)-Anand,V (2764) Paris GCT blitz 2019 (8)}) 15… Nb4 16. Bb1 a5 17. a3 Na6 18. b4 Bd7 (18… axb4 19. axb4) 19. Qb3 Nh5 20. Bd3 Bxe3 21. Rxe3 g6 22. Rb1 f5 23. Bf1 a4 24. Qd1 {Und jetzt exf5 wäre schön.} Nf6 (24… Kh8 25. exf5 gxf5 (25… Bxf5 26. Bxb5) 26. Nxe5) 25. Rc1 Qe7 26. exf5 gxf5 27. Nd4 Nxd5 28. Rg3+ Kh8 29. Nxb5 Nf6 30. Nc7 (30. Qxa4 $4 Nc7 $19) 30… Nxc7 31. Rxc7 f4 32. Rd3 (32. Rg5) 32… d5 {Pariert Sc4.} (32… e4 33. Nxe4 $1 Nxe4 34. f3 Ng3 35. Rxd6 $13) 33. Qa1 Qd6 34. Rc5 Rac8 35. Nf3 $6 (35. Rdc3 $142) 35… Rxc5 (35… e4 36. Rdxd5) 36. bxc5 Qe7 (36… Qxc5 37. Nxe5) 37. Rd1 (37. c6 $1 Bxc6 38. Rc3 $132) 37… d4 $1 (37… Qxc5 $4 38. Nxe5 $18) 38. Qc1 {Te1 wäre nun fies.} Bc6 $1 {Weiss muss nun …Lxf3 beachten.} 39. Nd2 $2 (39. Kh2 $142 $17 Bxf3 40. gxf3) 39… e4 $19 40. Nc4 e3 $1 41. Nd6 (41. Rxd4 $2 exf2+ 42. Kxf2 (42. Kh2 Ng4+ 43. Kh1 Bxg2+ 44. Kxg2 Qb7+ 45. c6 Qxc6+ 46. Rd5 Qxd5#) (42. Kh1 Bxg2+ 43. Kxg2 (43. Bxg2 Qe1+ {#9}) 43… Qg7+ 44. Kxf2 Qg3#) 42… Ne4+ 43. Kg1 Qxc5 $19) 41… Rg8 {…Lxg2! ist eine echte Drohung.} 42. Qc4 exf2+ {Schwarz setzt Matt.} 43. Kh2 Rxg2+ $3 {Verteidiger eliminieren} 44. Bxg2 (44. Kh1 Rg1+ 45. Kh2 Rh1#) 44… Ng4+ $1 45. Kh1 (45. hxg4 Qh4+ 46. Bh3 Qg3#) 45… Qe1+ {Genial gespielt von Svane! Gewichteter Fehlerwert: Weiß=0.46/Schwarz=0.08 (makellos)} (45… Qe1+ 46. Qf1 Bxg2+ 47. Kxg2 Ne3+) 0-1

12. Juni 2023: Aljoscha Feuerstack vs. Alexey Sarana

[Event “Munich Pfingst Open 2023”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.06.05”] [Round “8”] [White “Feuerstack, Aljoscha”] [Black “Sarana, Alexey”] [Result “*”] [ECO “B22”] [WhiteElo “2462”] [BlackElo “2685”] [Annotator “Perlen vom Bodensee”] [PlyCount “85”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “40/5400+30:1800+30”] 1. e4 {4} c5 {4} 2. c3 {5} Nf6 {5} 3. e5 {4} Nd5 {9} 4. Nf3 {31} d6 {25} (4… e6 {7 Admin} 5. d4 {12} cxd4 {5} 6. cxd4 {15} d6 {27} 7. Bc4 {28} Be7 {8} 8. O-O {18 ;1-0 Haug,H (2202)-Ermitsch,M (2275) German Youth Chess Championships 2023 Chess.com (9)}) 5. Bb5+ {23} Bd7 {235} 6. Bc4 {33 B22: Sizilianisch (Alapin 2.c3).} Nb6 {403} (6… e6 7. d4 {0-1 Khristovoy,D (2005)-Korobov,A (2683) Elitzur Int Online Chess.com INT blitz 2020 (4)}) (6… Bc6 7. e6 fxe6) 7. Bxf7+ $5 {140} Kxf7 {3} 8. e6+ $1 {6 Die Stellung ist ausgeglichen.} Bxe6 $146 {57} (8… Kxe6 $5 9. Ng5+ $8 Kf6 10. Qf3+ Bf5 $11 (10… Kxg5 $4 11. Qf7 {#6}) 11. g4 e6 12. Ne4+ Ke7 13. gxf5 exf5 14. Qxf5 Qd7 $11) ({Vorgänger:} 8… Kg8 $2 9. exd7 Qxd7 10. d4 $16 {1-0 (14) Shevchenko,K (2652)-Vokhidov,S (2536) Junior Speed Qual Chess.com INT blitz 2022 (1.22)}) 9. Ng5+ {6 Ablenkung} Kg8 {28} (9… Kf6 $1 10. Qf3+ $8 Bf5 $8 (10… Kxg5 11. h4+ Kg6 12. h5+ Kh6 13. Qe3+ g5 14. Qxe6+ Kg7 15. h6#) 11. g4 e6 12. Ne4+ Ke7 13. gxf5 exf5 14. Qxf5 Qd7 15. Qf3 Nc6 16. d4 {0.00/37 Stockfish 15}) 10. Nxe6 {7} Qd7 {4} 11. Qe2 $1 {131 Droht stark Sc7!} Kf7 {131} (11… c4 12. Nc7 Qxc7 13. Qe6#) 12. Ng5+ {23} Kg8 {2} 13. Ne6 {16} Nc6 {105} (13… Kf7) 14. O-O {301} Nd8 {48} 15. Nxd8 {384} Rxd8 {50} 16. d4 {20} cxd4 {18} 17. cxd4 {14} g6 {28} 18. Nc3 {1108} Bg7 {34} 19. a4 $1 {31} d5 {120} (19… Bxd4 $2 20. a5 $1 Bxc3 (20… Na8 21. Qc4+) 21. axb6 $18) 20. Bf4 {543} Kf7 {255} (20… Bxd4) 21. Rfe1 {826} Rhe8 $2 {106} (21… Bxd4 $142) (21… Rhf8 $142) 22. Nb5 {554} Qf5 $2 {113} (22… Rc8 23. Nxa7 Rc4 24. Nb5 Rxa4 25. Rxa4 Nxa4 26. b3 Nb6 27. Nc7 Rc8 28. Ne6) ({Stockfish 15.1:} 22… Na8 23. Rac1 Rc8 24. Rxc8 Rxc8 25. Qf3 Kg8 26. Nxa7 Rf8 27. Qe3 Nc7 28. b3 Ne6 29. Be5 Bf6 30. Nb5 Bg5 31. Qe2 Nd8 32. Bc7 Nc6 33. g3 Bf6 34. Bb6 h5 35. h4 Qh3 36. Qe6+ Qxe6 37. Rxe6 Kf7 38. Re1 Rc8 39. Rc1 Rh8 40. a5 g5 41. hxg5 Bxg5 42. Rxc6 bxc6 43. Nc7 h4 44. a6 hxg3 {1.52/36}) 23. Ra3 $1 $18 {374} Kg8 {70} (23… e5 24. Rf3 exf4 25. Qxe8+ Rxe8 26. Nd6+ Kf6 27. Nxe8+ Kf7 (27… Kg5 28. Nxg7) 28. Nd6+ $18) (23… Qxf4 24. Rf3) 24. Rf3 {244} e5 {144} (24… Qd7) 25. Bxe5 {118} (25. dxe5 $142 g5 26. Bg3) 25… Qd7 {175} 26. b3 {194 Verhindert Sc4} a6 {116} 27. Nc3 {22} (27. Nc7 Rxe5) (27. Nd6 Re7) 27… Rc8 $2 {40} 28. a5 {104} Na8 {139} 29. h4 {126} Nc7 {106} 30. Na4 {114} Qc6 {257} (30… Bxe5 31. dxe5 Qg7) 31. Rc3 {166} Qb5 {1} 32. Qc2 {65} Bxe5 {413} 33. dxe5 {282} Qxa5 {2} 34. b4 $1 {22} Qxb4 $140 {94} (34… Qb5 35. Rxc7 Rxc7 36. Qxc7 Qxa4 37. e6 $18) 35. Rb1 {6} Qxh4 {76} 36. Nb6 $1 {86} (36. Rxc7 $4 Rxc7 37. Qxc7 Qxa4 $11) 36… Rcd8 {1} 37. Rxc7 {16} Rxe5 {2 Und jetzt …Th5 wäre schön.} 38. Qc3 $1 {81} (38. Rxb7 $4 Rh5 39. f3 Qd4+ 40. Qf2 Rh1+ 41. Kxh1 Qxf2 $19) 38… Qe4 {172} 39. Rc1 {32} Qf4 {293} 40. g3 {222} Qf5 {5} (40… Qf6 41. Nd7) 41. f4 {261 Exzellente Partie von Feuerstack! Gewichteter Fehlerwert: Weiß=0.18 (sehr präzise) /Schwarz=0.46} d4 42. Qc4+ Re6 43. Re7 *

3. Juni 2023: Christian Glöckler vs. Alfred Nemitz

[Event “German Youth Chess Championships 2023”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.06.01”] [Round “8”] [White “Gloeckler, Christian”] [Black “Nemitz, Alfred”] [Result “1-0”] [ECO “C99”] [WhiteElo “2288”] [BlackElo “2193”] [Annotator “Perlen vom Bodensee”] [PlyCount “71”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “40/5400+30:1800+30”] 1. e4 {3} e5 {16} 2. Nf3 {8} Nc6 {5} 3. Bb5 {11} a6 {5} 4. Ba4 {3} Nf6 {9} 5. O-O {12} Be7 {6} 6. Re1 {5} b5 {5} 7. Bb3 {8} d6 {9} 8. c3 {21} O-O {7} 9. h3 {20} Na5 {10} 10. Bc2 {9} c5 {7} 11. d4 {14} Qc7 {7} 12. Nbd2 {24} cxd4 {25} 13. cxd4 {11} Nc6 {7} 14. a3 {62} (14. Nb3 a5 15. Be3 a4 16. Nbd2) 14… exd4 {933} (14… Bd7 15. Nb3 Rac8 16. Be3 {1-0 Bacrot,E (2646)-Abdusattorov,N (2713) Titled Tuesday intern op 15th Nov Early Chess.com INT blitz 2022 (9)}) 15. Nb3 {59} Bb7 {725} 16. Bf4 {181} Nd7 $6 {949} (16… Rfe8 17. Nbxd4 Nxd4 18. Nxd4 Bf8 19. Rc1 Qb6 20. Be3 Qd8 21. Bg5 h6 22. Bxf6 Qxf6 23. Re3 {½-½ Ivanchuk,V (2746)-Svidler,P (2726) RUS-chT 16th Dagomys 2009 (5)}) 17. Nbxd4 {57} Nxd4 {37} 18. Nxd4 {29} Rfd8 {213} (18… g6 $142 19. Rc1 Ne5 20. Bb3 $16 {1-0 Guliyev,N (2588)-Dorfman,J (2595) EU-ch blitz Cannes 2006 (12)}) 19. Rc1 {191} Ne5 {83} 20. Bb3 {198} Qd7 {69} 21. Ne6 $5 {218} (21. Nf5 $142) 21… fxe6 $2 {171} (21… Rdc8 $14) 22. Bxe5 {17} Kh8 {757} (22… dxe5 23. Qxd7 Rxd7 24. Bxe6+ $18) 23. Bc3 {138} Bf8 {828} (23… e5) 24. Ba5 {231} (24. Qg4) 24… Rdc8 {22} 25. Qg4 {51} Rxc1 {30} 26. Rxc1 {2} Rc8 {9} 27. Rd1 {68} (27. Rxc8 Bxc8 (27… Qxc8)) 27… Re8 {37} 28. Rd3 $1 {80} Qc6 {423} 29. Re3 {340} (29. f3) 29… Qc1+ {77} 30. Kh2 {15} d5 {390} 31. Rg3 {581} (31. Bc3 $18) 31… dxe4 {158} 32. Qh5 {244} Bc6 {265} (32… Qc8 $8 33. Qf7 Re7) 33. Qf7 {217} Qh6 {30} 34. Bc3 {30} e3 {91} 35. Bxe6 Qxe6 (35… Rxe6) 36. Bxg7+ 1-0

31. Mai 2023: Frederik Svane vs. Sergey Fedorchuk

[Event “Limburg Open 2023”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.05.29”] [Round “6”] [White “Svane, Frederik”] [Black “Fedorchuk, Sergey A.”] [Result “*”] [ECO “B44”] [WhiteElo “2600”] [BlackElo “2597”] [Annotator “Perlen vom Bodensee”] [PlyCount “71”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “7200+30”] 1. e4 {400} c5 {318} 2. Nf3 {18} e6 {87} 3. d4 {21} cxd4 {24} 4. Nxd4 {18} Nc6 {56} 5. Bf4 {35} d6 {569} 6. Nxc6 {24} (6. Nb5 e5) 6… bxc6 {20} 7. c4 {22} Rb8 {1998} (7… e5 8. Be3 Nf6 9. Nc3 Ng4 10. Bd2 Qb6 11. Qf3 Be7 {0-1 Deac,B (2700)-Carlsen,M (2853) Titled Tuesday intern op 18th Apr Late Chess.com INT blitz 2023 (9)}) 8. Qc2 {32} (8. Qd2 Nf6 9. Nc3 e5 10. Be3 Ng4 11. Bg5 Qb6 12. h3 f6 13. Bh4 Nh6 {½-½ Huschenbeth,N (2593)-Svane,F (2566) Bundesliga 2223 Germany 2022 (11.8)}) 8… Ne7 {547} (8… e5 9. Be3 Nf6 10. Nc3 Qc7 11. Be2 Be7 12. O-O O-O {½-½ Rapport,R (2763)-Caruana,F (2806) Sinquefield Cup 8th Saint Louis 2021 (9)}) 9. Nc3 {24} Ng6 {30} (9… c5) 10. Be3 {199} Qa5 {456} 11. Be2 {210} e5 {289} 12. g3 {332} Be7 {331} 13. O-O-O {86} (13. O-O $14 O-O 14. h4) 13… Nf8 {238} (13… O-O 14. h4) 14. Qa4 $1 {2054} Qxa4 {298} 15. Nxa4 {19} Ne6 {28} 16. f4 {264} (16. Bxa7 $2 Ra8 17. Nb6 Rxa7 18. Nxc8 Rxa2 19. Nxd6+ Bxd6 20. Kb1 $1 Ra7 21. Rxd6 Nd4 22. Rd1 Ke7 23. R1xd4 exd4 24. Rxc6 $15) 16… c5 {939} 17. Nc3 {121} (17. fxe5 dxe5 18. Rd5 Bb7 19. Rxe5 Bf6 20. Rd5 Bxd5 21. cxd5 Nd4) 17… Nd4 {23} 18. Bd3 {20} h5 {126} 19. f5 {255} Bd8 {152} 20. h3 {435} Ba5 {454} 21. g4 {107} Ba6 {109} (21… Bxc3 $5 22. bxc3) 22. gxh5 $5 {1244} (22. Nd5 $14) 22… Rxh5 {78} 23. Rdg1 {148} Rh7 {318} 24. Nd5 {25} Bd8 {321} 25. h4 $1 {486} (25. f6 g6 26. h4 Rh5) 25… Bb7 $2 {83} (25… Kd7 $14) (25… Rxh4 26. Rxh4 Bxh4 27. Rxg7) 26. f6 $1 {94} g6 $2 {36} (26… gxf6 $2 27. Rg8+ Kd7 28. Nxf6+) (26… Kf8 $8 27. fxg7+ Kg8 (27… Rxg7 28. Bh6) 28. h5 Rxg7 $16) (26… Bxd5 $4 27. fxg7 $18) (26… Bxf6 27. Nxf6+ gxf6 28. Rg8+) 27. h5 $1 {19} Rxh5 {70} (27… gxh5 28. Rg8+ Kd7 29. Bf1 (29. Rg7 Rh8 30. Rxf7+ Ke8)) 28. Rxh5 {19} gxh5 {18} 29. Bf1 $1 {122} (29. Rg8+ Kd7 30. Bf1) 29… Bxd5 {52} 30. cxd5 {91} Rb7 {42} (30… Bxf6 $4 31. Rg8+) 31. Rg8+ {136} Kd7 {16} 32. Bh3+ {23} Kc7 {16} 33. Rf8 {23} Ne2+ {60} 34. Kc2 {33} Nd4+ {31} 35. Kb1 {72} Bxf6 {30} 36. Rxf7+ {19} *

29. Mai 2023: Hussain Besou vs. Robert Zelcic

[Event “Mitropa Cup 2023”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.04.17”] [Round “7”] [White “Besou, Hussain”] [Black “Zelcic, Robert”] [Result “1-0”] [ECO “E11”] [WhiteElo “2304”] [BlackElo “2490”] [Annotator “Admin”] [PlyCount “67”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 Bb4+ 4. Bd2 (4. Nc3) 4… a5 5. g3 (5. Bxb4 axb4) 5… d5 6. Qc2 dxc4 7. Qxc4 b6 8. Bg2 Ba6 9. Qc2 c5 (9… O-O 10. Bxb4 axb4 11. O-O {0-1 Novkovic,M (2347)-Zelcic,R (2495) AUT-chT2W 2223 Austria 2022 (8.4)}) 10. Bxb4 (10. Nc3 Nbd7 11. a3 Bxc3 12. Bxc3 Rc8 13. O-O Nd5 {1-0 Thybo,J (2528)-Svane,R (2610) Riga Tech op-A 2019 (9)}) (10. a3 Bxd2+ 11. Nfxd2 Nbd7 12. dxc5 Rc8 13. c6 Nb8 14. Nc3 Nxc6 {½-½ Chekletsov,I (2379)-Bluebaum,M (2637) Riga Tech op 8th 2018 (3)}) 10… cxb4 (10… axb4) 11. O-O Nbd7 12. Qd1 Rc8 13. Nbd2 O-O 14. Re1 Qc7 15. a3 (15. Rc1 Qxc1 16. Qxc1 Rxc1 17. Rxc1 Bxe2) 15… bxa3 16. Rxa3 Bb7 (16… Qc2 17. Qxc2 Rxc2 18. b4 $14) 17. Rc3 Qd6 18. e4 Qb4 19. e5 Nd5 20. Rb3 Qa4 $6 (20… Qe7 $142) 21. Ne4 Nb4 $2 22. Nd6 $2 (22. Nc3 Qc6 23. Nh4 Qc7 24. Nb5 Qb8 25. Bxb7 Qxb7 26. Nd6) 22… Bxf3 (22… Bd5 $142) 23. Qxf3 $2 (23. Bxf3 Rcd8 (23… Rc1 24. Qxc1 Qxb3 25. Be4 Nd5 26. Rd1 $18) (23… Rb8 24. Be4 g6 25. Qf3) (23… Nc2 24. Rd3 $18) 24. Be2 Qc6 25. Rc3 Qa8 26. Bb5 Nd5 27. Rc1 Qb8 28. Bc6 Ne7 29. Be4) 23… Nc2 24. Nxc8 Nxe1 25. Qc3 Qa1 26. Ne7+ Kh8 27. Bf1 Qd1 28. Qe3 h6 $2 (28… f6 29. exf6 (29. f4 g5 $5 $132) 29… Nxf6 30. Rc3 Ng4 31. Qxe6 Nf3+ 32. Kg2 Ne1+ 33. Kg1 $11) 29. Rc3 $1 $18 Nc2 30. Qe4 Nb4 (30… Nxd4 31. Rd3) (30… Qxd4) 31. Rc7 Rd8 (31… Nb8 32. Qb7 Qxd4 33. Rc8 $18) 32. Rxd7 Rxd7 33. Qa8+ Kh7 34. Qg8# 1-0

27. Mai 2023: Jorden van Foreest vs. Nodirbek Abdusattorov

[Event “Champions Chess Tour ChessKid Cup 2023”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.05.24”] [Round “3”] [White “Van Foreest, Jorden”] [Black “Abdusattorov, Nodirbek”] [Result “*”] [ECO “D27”] [WhiteElo “2633”] [BlackElo “2731”] [PlyCount “60”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “900+3”] 1. d4 {4} d5 {8} 2. c4 {1} dxc4 {6} 3. Nf3 {4} (3. e4) 3… Nf6 {1} 4. e3 {0} e6 {1} 5. Bxc4 {2} a6 {0} 6. O-O {13} c5 {1} 7. b3 {13} b6 {8} 8. Bb2 {20} Bb7 {3} 9. Be2 {18} Nbd7 {8} 10. Nbd2 {23} Be7 {2} 11. Ne5 {2} Nxe5 {72} (11… cxd4 12. Nxd7 Qxd7 13. Bxd4 b5 $11 {½-½ Tabatabaei,M (2639)-Aronian,L (2782) FIDE Grand Swiss Riga 2021 (1)}) 12. dxe5 {3} Nd5 {0} 13. Bf3 {17} Qc7 {36} 14. a3 {3} O-O {2} 15. Qc2 {5} Rfd8 {27} 16. Rac1 {13} Rd7 {13} 17. Rfd1 {43} Rad8 {11} 18. Ne4 {7} Qc8 {47} 19. Qb1 {64} Qa8 {47} 20. h3 {74} h6 {10} 21. Ba1 {14} a5 {3} 22. Qc2 $2 {89} (22. Nd6 $5 Bxd6 23. exd6 Rxd6 24. e4 Ne7 25. Rxd6 Rxd6 26. Qb2 f6 $6 (26… Qf8 27. b4) 27. e5 $36) 22… Nxe3 {26} 23. Rxd7 {160} (23. fxe3 Rxd1+ 24. Rxd1 Rxd1+ 25. Qxd1 Bxe4 $19) 23… Nxc2 {5} 24. Rxb7 {0} Qxb7 {73} 25. Nf6+ {2} Bxf6 {13} 26. Bxb7 {0} Nxa1 {1} 27. Rxa1 {14} Bxe5 {1} 28. Re1 {0} Bc3 {18} 29. Re2 {36} Rd1+ {2} 30. Kh2 {13} Rb1 {1 0-} *

26. Mai 2023: Hans Niemann vs. Denis Kadric

[Event “Sharjah Masters 2023”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.05.25”] [Round “9”] [White “Niemann, Hans Moke”] [Black “Kadric, Denis”] [Result “*”] [ECO “E92”] [WhiteElo “2708”] [BlackElo “2601”] [Annotator “Perlen vom Bodensee”] [PlyCount “95”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “5400+30”] 1. d4 {6} Nf6 {2} 2. c4 {17} g6 {2} 3. Nc3 {16} Bg7 {2} 4. e4 {26} d6 {1} 5. h3 {48} e5 {6} 6. d5 {24} a5 {4} 7. Be3 {70} Na6 {3} 8. Be2 $5 {245} O-O {382} 9. Nf3 {411} Nh5 {100} 10. Nd2 {42 E92: Königsindisch (Klassisches System).} (10. g3) 10… Nf4 {41} 11. Bf1 {8} f5 {548} 12. g3 {65 Die Stellung ist ausgeglichen.} g5 $6 $146 {1164} ({Vorgänger:} 12… Nxh3 13. exf5 $1 (13. Bxh3 f4 $11) 13… gxf5 14. Bxh3 f4 15. Qh5 h6 16. Nde4 fxe3 17. fxe3 Bxh3 18. Qxh3 Qe8 {1-0 Raghunandan,K (2404)-Gascon del Nogal,J (2479) Lorca op 6th 2017 (8)}) 13. exf5 {934} (13. gxf4 exf4) 13… Bxf5 {7} 14. Nde4 {45} Qe8 {973} 15. f3 {233} (15. gxf4 $2 exf4 $19) 15… Nh5 {202} 16. g4 {472} (16. Bxg5 $6 Bxe4 17. Nxe4 Nc5 $132) 16… Bxe4 $8 {4} 17. Nxe4 {9} Nf4 {3} 18. Nxg5 $6 {21} (18. h4 $1) 18… Bh6 {448} 19. Ne6 {319} Nxe6 {353} 20. Bxh6 {11} Nd4 {2} 21. Bxf8 {543} Qxf8 {3} 22. Bg2 {91} Nb4 {8} 23. O-O {235} Qf4 {117} 24. Rf2 $1 {51 Wehrt Sbc2 ab} Rf8 {149} 25. Qd2 {802} Qg3 {29} 26. a3 {59} Na6 {155} 27. Raf1 {182} Rf4 {447} 28. Qxa5 $6 {37} (28. b4 $16) 28… Nc5 {78} 29. Qd2 {43 Wehrt Sd3 ab} h5 {228} 30. b4 {62} Nd7 {2} (30… hxg4 31. bxc5 gxh3) 31. Re1 $2 {103} (31. Kh1 $18 Nf6 32. Qe1 Nh7 33. Ra2 $18) 31… Nf6 $11 {281} (31… Nxf3+ 32. Rxf3 Rxf3 33. Qg5+ $14) 32. Re3 {13} Nh7 $1 {60} 33. Re4 {717} Ng5 {4} (33… Nxf3+ 34. Rxf3 Rxf3 $15) 34. Rxf4 {5} Nxh3+ {14} 35. Kf1 {10} Nxf4 {3} 36. gxh5 {14} Nf5 {100 Zielt auf …e4 ab.} 37. h6 $2 {307} Qh4 $2 {78} (37… e4 $1 $19 {…e3 wäre nun fies.} 38. fxe4 Ne3+ $19 39. Kg1 Nh3+) 38. Kg1 {42} Ng3 {87} 39. a4 {73} Qxh6 {24} 40. a5 {6 Und b5 würde nun gewinnen.} Qg7 {414} (40… Qg6 $132) 41. b5 $1 $18 {19} Kf7 {93} 42. a6 {32} bxa6 {11} 43. bxa6 {1 Schwarz muss nun a7 beachten.} Qh8 $2 {48} 44. a7 {23 Weiß steht klar auf Gewinn.} Qa8 {35} 45. Qa5 {44} Qb7 {27} 46. a8=Q {51} Qb1+ {3} 47. Bf1 {122} Nfe2+ {57} 48. Rxe2 $1 {99 Cool gespielt von Niemann. Gewichteter Fehlerwert: Weiß=0.36/Schwarz=0.55} *

25.Mai 2023: Matthias Blübaum vs. Vincent Keymer

[Event “Champions Chess Tour ChessKid Cup 2023”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.05.23”] [Round “52”] [White “Bluebaum, Matthias”] [Black “Keymer, Vincent”] [Result “*”] [ECO “D02”] [WhiteElo “2669”] [BlackElo “2700”] [Annotator “Perlen vom Bodensee”] [PlyCount “51”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] 1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 d5 3. Bf4 e6 (3… c5) 4. e3 Bd6 5. Ne5 O-O (5… Nbd7 $6 6. Nd2 Qe7 (6… c5 $2 7. Nxf7) (6… O-O 7. Bd3 c5 $2 8. Nxf7) 7. Bd3 c5 8. c3 {1-0 Bluebaum,M (2639)-Patrascu,C (2304) Titled Tuesday intern op 21st Sept Chess.com INT blitz 2021 (1)}) 6. Nd2 c5 (6… b6 7. h4 c5 8. c3 Qc7 9. h5 Nbd7 10. Nxd7 Bxd7 11. Bxd6 Qxd6 12. h6 {0-1 Bluebaum,M (2660)-Caruana,F (2835) Chess24 Banter Blitz Cup Final chess24.com INT 2020 (1.8)}) 7. c3 Qc7 8. Bd3 b6 9. Qe2 (9. h4 Ba6 10. Bxa6 Nxa6 11. h5 h6 {1-0 Gukesh,D (2684)-Keymer,V (2686) Biel blitz 55th 2022 (8)}) 9… a5 10. h4 Nbd7 (10… Ba6 11. Bxa6 Nxa6 12. h5 h6 13. g4 Nh7 {1-0 Bluebaum,M (2639)-Keymer,V (2607) Titled Tuesday intern op 14th Sept Chess.com INT blitz 2021 (9)}) 11. Ndf3 Ne4 12. Ng5 (12. h5 f6) 12… Nxe5 13. dxe5 Bxe5 14. Nxe4 Bxf4 $4 (14… dxe4 15. Bxe4 Ra7 16. Bxh7+ $1 Kxh7 17. Qh5+ Kg8 18. Bxe5 $14) 15. Ng5 $1 $18 (15. exf4 dxe4 16. Qxe4 g6 17. h5 Bb7 18. Qe3) 15… h6 (15… Bxg5 $4 16. Bxh7+ Kxh7 17. hxg5+ Kg6 (17… Kg8 18. Qh5 f6 19. g6) 18. Qh5+ Kf5 19. Qh7+ g6 20. Qh3+ Kxg5 21. Qh4+ Kf5 22. g4+ Ke4 23. g5+ Kf5 24. f3) (15… Bd6 16. Bxh7+ Kh8 17. Qh5) 16. exf4 Qxf4 (16… hxg5 17. Bh7+ Kh8 18. hxg5) 17. Nf3 c4 (17… e5 18. g3 $1 $18 Qg4 (18… Qf6 19. Nxe5 Re8 20. f4) 19. Nxe5) 18. Bc2 e5 19. Qe3 Qxe3+ 20. fxe3 f6 21. O-O-O Bb7 22. Bf5 Rfd8 23. g4 Kf7 24. Rhf1 b5 25. Nxe5+ fxe5 26. Bc8+ *

24.Mai 2023: Kateryna Lagno vs. Dinara Wagner

[Event “FIDE Women’s Grand Prix | Fourth Leg 2022/23”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.05.23”] [Round “7”] [White “Lagno, Kateryna”] [Black “Wagner, Dinara”] [Result “*”] [ECO “B30”] [WhiteElo “2558”] [BlackElo “2417”] [PlyCount “88”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “5400+30”] 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 e6 4. O-O Nge7 5. Re1 b6 (5… a6 6. Bf1) 6. c3 a6 7. Ba4 c4 $1 8. d4 (8. Na3 b5 9. Bc2 Ng6 10. b3 Nce5 11. bxc4 bxc4 12. Nxe5 Nxe5 13. Qe2 Qc7 {0-1 Amin,B (2680)-Carlsen,M (2856) Wch Blitz Warsaw 2021 (19)}) 8… cxd3 9. Qxd3 Qc7 10. Nbd2 Ng6 11. Nf1 Be7 12. Be3 Bb7 13. Rad1 Rd8 14. Ng3 O-O 15. Bc2 b5 16. Qe2 Nf4 17. Qd2 Ng6 18. Qe2 Nf4 19. Qd2 Ng6 20. Bg5 {Lagno makes her intention to play for the win clear.} (20. Qe2 Nf4) 20… f6 21. Be3 Na5 22. Qe2 Nc4 23. Bc1 Nf4 24. Qf1 Na5 (24… g5 $5 $15) 25. Ne2 Ng6 {Wagner clearly entered the game hoping for a draw. She has made nine knight moves out of the last 10, yet so many of those moves were hoping back and forth that the knights have barely moved $1} 26. a3 Rfe8 27. Nfd4 Bf8 28. f4 e5 {Wagner switches her intention to more fighting chess.} 29. fxe5 Qxe5 (29… fxe5 $142 30. Nf3 d5) 30. Nf4 Bd6 $6 31. Nf3 Qc5+ 32. Be3 Qc7 33. Nxg6 hxg6 34. e5 $1 $16 {As the center rips open, all of the dynamic potential of the game begins to show.} fxe5 (34… Bxe5 35. Bxg6 Re7 36. Qf2) 35. Bxg6 Rf8 36. Qd3 ({Stronger was} 36. Qf2 $1 {threatening both Qh4, leading to mate, and Bb6, winning material.}) 36… Nc4 37. Bh7+ Kh8 38. Nh4 {Threatening Ng6, Lagno goes all out for the attack.} Rf6 39. Bg5 (39. Ng6+ $4 Kxh7 $19 40. Nf8+ Kg8) 39… Qc5+ {Despite being on her back foot, Wagner moves her pieces to more active squares.} 40. Be3 $4 ({Better was} 40. Kh1 e4 41. Qh3 $1 Qxg5 42. Ng6+ Rxg6 43. Bxg6+ Qh6 44. Qxh6+ gxh6 45. b3 Bc5 46. bxc4 e3 $14) 40… Nxe3 41. Rxe3 e4 42. Bxe4 Bxe4 43. Qxe4 Re6 {This skewer is the problem with 40.Be3.} 44. Ng6+ Kg8 {0-} *

23.Mai 2023: Dmitrij Kollars vs. Alireza Firouzja

[Event “Champions Chess Tour ChessKid Cup 2023”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.05.22”] [Round “1”] [White “Kollars, Dmitrij”] [Black “Firouzja, Alireza”] [Result “1-0”] [ECO “C67”] [WhiteElo “2607”] [BlackElo “2785”] [PlyCount “95”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “900+3”] 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 4. O-O Nxe4 5. Re1 Nd6 6. Nxe5 Be7 7. Bf1 Nxe5 8. Rxe5 O-O 9. d4 Ne8 10. d5 Bc5 11. Be3 $146 Bxe3 $6 $146 (11… d6 {is the most common move and has been played over 20 times.} 12. Bxc5 dxc5) 12. Rxe3 d6 13. Nc3 {White gets a nagging lead in development.} Nf6 14. Qd4 Bd7 15. Rae1 Re8 16. h3 a6 17. a4 h6 18. a5 Rxe3 19. Rxe3 c5 20. dxc6 Bxc6 21. b4 Qd7 22. Ne2 $1 Re8 23. Rxe8+ Nxe8 24. Nf4 Nc7 25. c4 {Despite the many trades early in the game, White still has an annoying grip on the position.} d5 26. Nh5 Ne6 27. Qg4 Qe7 $2 {This allows the move White wants to play.} (27… Kh8 {would have kept things together, stepping out of Nf6+.}) 28. b5 $1 axb5 29. cxb5 Be8 30. a6 bxa6 31. bxa6 Bc6 {The a-pawn is a big problem when combined with threats against the black king.} 32. f4 (32. Ng3 {Re-routing the knight to f5 would have been stronger.}) 32… Qc5+ 33. Kh2 Qd4 34. Qg3 Qa1 35. Bd3 Nc5 36. f5 $2 {This gives Firouzja one last gasp of air.} (36. Bc2 Nxa6 37. Qg4 {White would have a decisive attack, starting with Qc8.}) 36… Nxd3 37. Qxd3 {Both players were low on time and with lots of pressure, but here FIrouzja had equality.} Kf8 $2 {A bad move. He likely played this just to put some move on the board, without a particular idea.} (37… Qe5+ 38. Kg1 Qa1+ 39. Kh2 Qe5+ 40. Qg3 f6 $1 {Only move.} (40… Qxf5 $4 41. Qxg7#) (40… Qxg3+ $4 41. Kxg3 {White will run his king over to the queenside and win.}) 41. a7 d4 {Black is equal.}) 38. Qg3 $1 $18 Qxa6 39. f6 {White begins to threaten various checkmates.} g5 40. Qd6+ {The queen and knight are a fantastic pair when attacking as they compliment each other’s abilities well.} Kg8 41. Qb8+ Kh7 42. Qb1+ Kg8 43. Qb8+ Kh7 44. Qf8 {Mate is coming.} Kg6 45. Ng3 (45. Qg7+ {Naroditsky pointed this one out on the stream.} Kxh5 46. g4+ Kh4 47. Qxh6#) 45… Kxf6 46. Qd6+ Kg7 47. Nf5+ Kg8 48. Qf6 {There is no stopping mate on g7 or, if Kf8, on h8.} 1-0

22.Mai 2023: Dinara Wagner vs. Oliwia Kiolbasa

[Event “FIDE Women’s Grand Prix | Fourth Leg 2022/23”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.05.21”] [Round “6”] [White “Wagner, Dinara”] [Black “Kiolbasa, Oliwia”] [Result “1-0”] [ECO “E05”] [WhiteElo “2417”] [BlackElo “2422”] [Annotator “Perlen vom Bodensee”] [PlyCount “117”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “5400+30”] 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. g3 Be7 5. Bg2 O-O 6. O-O dxc4 7. Ne5 Nc6 8. Nxc6 (8. Bxc6 bxc6 9. Nxc6 Qe8 10. Nxe7+ Qxe7 11. Qa4 e5 12. dxe5 Qxe5 13. Qxc4 Be6) 8… bxc6 9. Na3 (9. Bxc6 Rb8) 9… Bxa3 $1 10. bxa3 {The queenside structures for both sides have been torn apart with six isolated pawns between them.} Rb8 {Unpinning the c6-pawn so that …c5 is on deck.} (10… Ba6 11. Qd2 Rb8 12. Qa5 Qc8 13. a4 Rd8 14. Ba3 Rxd4 15. Bc5 Rd5 16. Bxd5 cxd5 17. Bxa7 Ra8 $15 {0-1 Sevian,S (2693)-Nakamura,H (2750) Chess.com Rapid Wk10 Swiss Chess.com INT 2022 (1)}) 11. Qa4 ({If White tries to solidify her center with} 11. e3 $6 c5 $5 {shakes the d-pawn anyway, and White still has to figure out how to regain her pawn.} 12. dxc5 $2 Qxd1 13. Rxd1 c3 $17) (11. Bxc6 Nd5) 11… Qxd4 12. Be3 Qe5 13. Bxc6 {White gets a pawn back, but this gives Black the opportunity to trade off the far-reaching Catalan bishop.} (13. Qxc4 {1-0 Tari,A (2653)-Demin,V (2430) Titled Tuesday intern op 08th Mar Early Chess.com INT blitz 2022 (3)}) (13. Qxa7 {1-0 Dzagnidze,N (2536)-Georgiadis,I (2438) Athens Acropolis op-A 24th Chalkida 2009 (9.18)}) 13… Bb7 14. Bxb7 Rxb7 15. Qxc4 Qd5 16. Rfc1 Rfb8 17. Qxd5 Nxd5 18. Bd4 {Material has equalized. Both players have isolated pawns on the queenside. Black has a passed c-pawn, but White has control of the squares in front of it, limiting its movement. White has a bishop vs. a knight. Though the position is even, from here Wagner begins to improve her position consistently while Black’s pieces seem to be standing still in defense.} Rd8 19. Rc2 f6 20. Bc5 f5 {Though Black’s knight is centralized on d5, it can be kicked away eventually by preparing e4.} 21. f3 a5 22. Rac1 Nf6 23. Kf2 Rd7 24. Be3 Nd5 25. Bd2 a4 26. Ba5 {All of White’s pieces add pressure to the c7-pawn while all of Black’s pieces are tied to its defense.} Ra7 27. Rc5 Kf7 28. R1c4 {If you compare this position to 10 moves earlier, Black’s pieces are on nearly the same squares while White’s are all greatly improved. Still, it’s hard for White to create winning chances with two isolated a-pawns.} Nb6 29. Rc2 Nd5 30. e4 fxe4 31. fxe4 Nf6 32. Ke3 Ng4+ 33. Kf3 Nf6 34. Bxc7 {Even a pawn up, the doubled a-pawns are hard to use as an edge, but Wagner persists.} Rd3+ 35. Ke2 Rd4 (35… Rxa3 $6 36. Bd6 Ne8 $8 37. Bf4 Rd7 $8 38. R5c4 $16) 36. e5 Nd5 37. Bd6 Rb7 38. R5c4 Rxc4 39. Rxc4 Rb2+ 40. Kf3 Rxh2 41. Rxa4 g5 42. g4 h5 43. gxh5 Rh3+ 44. Kg2 Rxh5 45. Ra8 Kg6 46. a4 Kf5 47. a5 Nf4+ 48. Kg1 Kg4 49. a6 Rh7 50. Rb8 Ra7 51. Rb6 Kf3 $2 {Black focuses on counterattack with her own passer but overlooks White’s tactical chances.} ({Black needs to focus on defense in this moment.} 51… Ra8 $1 {brings the rook to a light square, safe from the range of White’s bishop and keeps the king covered from rook checks―preventing White’s upcoming tactical ideas.} 52. Bc5 Kf5 53. Rc6 (53. a7 Rxa7) 53… Nd3 54. Bd4 Nb4 55. Rc5 Rxa6) 52. Bc5 $1 Nd3 ({It’s too late for} 52… Ra8 {:} 53. a7 Nd5 (53… Rxa7 $2 54. Rb3+) 54. Rb8) 53. Rb3 {And Black loses material.} Rxa6 54. Rxd3+ Ke4 55. Re3+ Kd5 56. Bd6 Rxa2 57. Rg3 Ke4 58. Rxg5 Rc2 59. Rg6 1-0

21.Mai 2023: Alexandra Kosteniuk vs. Dinara Wagner

[Event “FIDE Women’s Grand Prix | Fourth Leg 2022/23”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.05.20”] [Round “5”] [White “Kosteniuk, Alexandra”] [Black “Wagner, Dinara”] [Result “*”] [ECO “B30”] [WhiteElo “2535”] [BlackElo “2417”] [Annotator “Perlen vom Bodensee”] [PlyCount “62”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “5400+30”] 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 e6 4. Bxc6 bxc6 5. b3 Ne7 6. h4 (6. O-O Ng6 7. e5 f6 8. Bb2 Be7 9. d3 O-O 10. Nbd2 {1-0 Carlsen,M (2862)-Maghsoodloo,P (2676) Chess.com Speed Chess.com INT blitz 2020 (1.22)}) (6. d3 d6 7. e5 Nf5 8. Bb2 f6 9. exf6 gxf6 10. Nbd2 {1-0 Caruana,F (2766)-Ivic,V (2560) Titled Tuesday intern op 15th Nov Early Chess.com INT blitz 2022 (6)}) 6… d6 (6… d5) 7. h5 e5 8. d3 h6 $6 (8… Ng8 9. Nbd2 Be7 10. Nc4 f5 (10… Nf6) 11. Qe2 Nf6 12. Bd2 O-O {½-½ Yu,Y (2729)-Yakubboev,N (2630) Airthings Masters Div 2 L Chess.com INT rapid 2023 (6.1)}) 9. Nbd2 g5 (9… Ng8 $1) 10. hxg6 (10. Bb2 f5) 10… Nxg6 11. Nf1 f5 $5 12. Nh4 Nxh4 13. Qh5+ Kd7 14. Rxh4 Be7 15. Rh1 (15. Qxf5+ Kc7 16. Qf7 Rf8 (16… Be6)) 15… f4 (15… fxe4 16. dxe4 Kc7 $14) 16. g3 $1 Bg5 $2 (16… fxg3 17. Nxg3 Kc7 $14) 17. gxf4 exf4 18. Bb2 (18. Bxf4 $1 Bxf4 19. Qf7+ Qe7 20. Qxf4 $18) 18… Re8 (18… Kc7 $1 $16 19. Bxh8 Qxh8) 19. Bc3 (19. Nd2 $142 $16) 19… Qe7 (19… Kc7 20. Ba5+) 20. O-O-O Kc7 21. Nd2 Be6 22. d4 (22. Nf3 $142 $16) 22… cxd4 23. Bxd4 a5 24. a4 c5 25. Bc3 c4 $1 $132 26. bxc4 $6 (26. Rhe1) 26… Qd7 $1 27. Qe2 f3 28. Qd3 (28. Qxf3 Qxa4 29. Rdg1 $13 Qa3+ 30. Kd1) 28… Qxa4 29. e5 $5 Qa3+ (29… Bxc4 30. Qxd6+ Kb7 31. Rxh6 Bxh6 32. Qxh6 $13) (29… d5 30. cxd5 Rab8 31. Qd4 Qxd4 32. Bxd4 Bxd5 $15) (29… Rab8 30. Qxd6+ Kb7 $15) 30. Bb2 Qxd3 31. cxd3 d5 *

19.Mai 2023: Praggnanandhaa vs. Raunak Sadhwani

[Event “Sharjah Masters 2023”] [Site “?”] [Date “2023.05.18”] [Round “2”] [White “Praggnanandhaa”] [Black “Sadhwani, Raunak”] [Result “*”] [ECO “C85”] [WhiteElo “2688”] [BlackElo “2627”] [Annotator “Perlen vom Bodensee”] [PlyCount “75”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “5400+30”] 1. e4 {21} e5 {52} 2. Nf3 {7} Nc6 {10} 3. Bb5 {5} a6 {4} 4. Ba4 {5} Nf6 {3} 5. O-O {8} Be7 {6} 6. Bxc6 {33} dxc6 {13} 7. d3 {5} (7. Re1 Nd7 8. d4 exd4 9. Qxd4 O-O 10. Bf4 {½-½ Nepomniachtchi,I (2795)-Ding,L (2788) World-ch Nepomniachtchi-Ding Astana 2023 (1)}) 7… Nd7 {394} 8. Be3 {30 C85: Spanische Partie (Steenwijker Variante).} O-O {65} 9. Nbd2 {21} c5 {306} 10. Nc4 {711 Die Stellung ist ausgeglichen.} f6 {126} 11. Nh4 $5 $146 {133 Theoretisch interessant.} ({Vorgänger:} 11. c3 Nb8 12. d4 b5 13. Na5 cxd4 14. cxd4 exd4 15. Nxd4 Kh8 16. Rc1 Bd6 17. a3 {0-1 Sokolin,L (2497)-Seo,J (2455) Titled Tuesday intern op 25th Aug Chess.com INT blitz 2020 (6)}) 11… Nb8 {105} 12. Nf5 {227} Nc6 {256} 13. Qg4 {360} Bxf5 {878} (13… Rf7 14. Nh6+ Kf8 15. Nxf7) (13… g6 14. Qg3) 14. exf5 {501} (14. Qxf5 Qc8) 14… b5 {109} 15. Nd2 {144 Weiß steht aktiver.} Nd4 {5 Weiß überlässt nun nichts mehr dem Zufall.} 16. c3 $40 {376 Schwarz ist in Schwierigkeiten.} Nc2 {202} 17. Bh6 $1 {99} Rf7 {5} 18. Rac1 {55} Kh8 {185} (18… Qxd3 $2 19. Ne4 $18) 19. Ne4 {359 Schwarz muss nun Ld2 beachten.} (19. Rxc2 Qxd3) 19… gxh6 {95} (19… Qxd3 $2 20. Rfd1 $18) 20. Rxc2 {7} Rg7 {61} (20… Qxd3 21. Rd2 Qc4 22. b3) 21. Qf3 {263} Qg8 {5} 22. b3 {169} Rd8 {335} 23. g3 {315} Qf7 {98} 24. Rd1 {149} Rd7 {83} 25. c4 {174} b4 {230} 26. a3 $1 {53} a5 {5} ({Weniger gut wäre} 26… bxa3 27. Ra2 $16) 27. axb4 {153 Schwarz ist schwach auf den weissen Feldern} axb4 {1} 28. Ra2 {28} Rg8 {5} 29. Rda1 {408} Rgd8 {224} 30. Ra8 {21} Qe8 {34} (30… Rxd3 31. Qxd3) 31. Rxd8 {92} Rxd8 {38} (31… Qxd8 32. Nxc5 $1) 32. Ra6 {159} c6 {366} 33. Qe3 {778} Qh5 {932 Und jetzt …Dd1+ wäre schön.} 34. Nxc5 {69 Weiß steht klar auf Gewinn.} (34. Rxc6 $2 {verliert.} Qd1+ 35. Kg2 Rxd3 36. Rc8+ (36. Qxh6 $2 {geht unter.} Qf3+ 37. Kh3 Qxf5+ 38. Kh4 Qxe4+ $19) 36… Kg7 $19) 34… Qxf5 {159} 35. Rxc6 {82} h5 {206} 36. Ne6 {88} Ra8 {188} 37. Qa7 $3 {70 Doppelangriff. Brilliante Partie von Praggnanandhaa R! Gewichteter Fehlerwert: Weiß=0.03 (makellos) /Schwarz=0.25 (präzise)} Rxa7 (37… Re8 38. Qxe7 Rxe7 39. Rc8+) 38. Rc8+ *

18.Mai 2023: Dianra Wagner vs. Aleksandra Goryachkina

[Event “FIDE Women’s Grand Prix | Fourth Leg 2022/23”] [Site “Chess.com”] [Date “2023.05.15”] [Round “1”] [White “Wagner, Dinara”] [Black “Goryachkina, Aleksandra”] [Result “*”] [ECO “E04”] [WhiteElo “2417”] [BlackElo “2571”] [Annotator “Perlen vom Bodensee”] [PlyCount “161”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [TimeControl “5400+30”] 1.d4 {5} Nf6 {24} 2. c4 {6} e6 {16} 3. Nf3 {5} d5 {18} 4. g3 {5} dxc4 {27} 5. Bg2 {7} a6 {23} 6. O-O {57} Nc6 {31} 7. Nc3 {53} (7. e3) 7… Rb8 {89} 8. e4 {8} Be7 {79} (8… b5 9. d5 Nb4 10. b3 exd5 11. exd5 {0-1 Wagner,D (2584)-Nesterov,A (2522) Titled Tuesday intern op 25th Jan Chess.com INT blitz 2022 (4)}) 9. d5 {57} exd5 {41} 10. exd5 {5} Nb4 {25 E04: Katalanisch.} (10… Na5 11. Qa4+ c6 12. Bf4) 11. Ne5 {30} Bf5 {86} (11… b5 $4 12. a3 $4) 12. Nxc4 $1 {11 punktet besser als das ältere 12.a3.} O-O {172 Weiß hat minimalen Vorteil.} (12… Nc2 $2 13. Bf4 $1 Nxa1 14. d6 $1 cxd6 15. Nxd6+ Bxd6 16. Bxd6 $16) 13. a3 {46} Nd3 {61} (13… Nc2 $2 14. Ra2) 14. Be3 {6} Qd7 {106} 15. b4 {247} Rfe8 {217} 16. h3 {678} b5 $146 {1046} ({Vorgänger:} 16… h5 17. Ra2 Bd6 18. Bd4 Ne5 19. Nxd6 cxd6 20. Kh2 Bd3 21. Re1 Qf5 22. Rd2 Bc4 {1-0 Pranav,A (2436)-Prraneeth,V (2409) Budapest Vezerkepzo GM 03 2022 (9)}) 17. Na5 {310 Droht Sc6 und aus.} Bd6 {152} 18. Bd4 {368} Nb2 {625} 19. Qb3 {506} Na4 {247} 20. Nc6 {381} Ra8 {77} 21. Nxa4 {437} bxa4 {13} 22. Qb2 {30} Bf8 $2 {512} (22… Bxh3 {scheint wilder zu sein.} 23. Bxf6 Bxg2 24. Kxg2 Qf5 $1 $11 (24… gxf6 25. Qxf6) 25. Bxg7 Qxd5+) 23. Bxf6 {507} gxf6 {18} 24. Kh2 {61} (24. Qxf6 Bg7 25. Qh4 Bxa1 26. Rxa1 Bg6 $16) 24… Bg7 {499} 25. Rad1 {116 Gegen Ld3 gerichtet.} Bg6 {274} (25… Be4 $142) 26. Qa2 {553} Qd6 {202} 27. Rfe1 {168} Bh5 {119} 28. Rb1 {168} Bg6 {39} 29. Rbd1 {4} Bh5 {29} 30. Rc1 {246} Bh6 {112} 31. f4 $2 {98} Bg6 $2 {313 Es drohte Dc2} (31… Bxf4 $1 $11 32. gxf4 Qxf4+ 33. Kg1 Re2 $3 34. Rxe2 Qxc1+ 35. Kh2 Bxe2 36. Qxe2 Qf4+ 37. Kg1 Qc1+ 38. Kh2 (38. Bf1 Qxa3) 38… Qf4+ 39. Kg1 Kg7) 32. Qc4 {69 Und jetzt Se7+! wäre schön.} Bf8 {175} 33. Bf3 {324} Bf5 {147} 34. Nd4 {218} Rxe1 {145} 35. Rxe1 {2} Bd7 {15} 36. Nc6 $36 {261 Weiss bestimmt, wo es lang geht.} Kg7 {208} 37. h4 {95 Weiß hat aktiveres Spiel.} Kg8 {217} 38. Kg2 {84} Kg7 {31} 39. Qc2 {167} Re8 {234} 40. Rxe8 {60} Bxe8 {1} 41. Qxa4 {38} Bxc6 {99} 42. dxc6 $18 {0 Endspiel. KDL-KDL} Qd2+ {0} 43. Kh3 {0} Qd3 {0} 44. Bg2 {0} Bd6 {0} 45. Kh2 {0} f5 {0} 46. Qa5 {0} Kf6 {0} 47. a4 {0} h6 {0} 48. b5 {0} axb5 {0} 49. axb5 {0} Bc5 {0} 50. Qe1 {63 Zielt auf De5+ ab.} Kg6 {0} 51. Qe8 {354} Bf2 {5} 52. Qg8+ {4} Kf6 {2} 53. Qh8+ {24} Ke7 {42} 54. Qe5+ {6} (54. Qxh6 $4 Bxg3+ 55. Kg1 Qe3+ 56. Kh1 Qe1+) 54… Kf8 {19} 55. Qh8+ {7} (55. Qxc7 $4 Qxg3+ 56. Kh1 Qxh4+) 55… Ke7 {1} 56. Qg7 {100} (56. Qxh6 $4 Bxg3+ 57. Kg1 Qe3+ 58. Kh1 Qe1+) 56… h5 {121} 57. Qe5+ {30} Kf8 {17} 58. Qh8+ {3} Ke7 {4} 59. Qg7 {3} Ke8 {66} 60. Qe5+ {96} Kf8 {16} 61. Qh8+ {6} Ke7 {35} 62. Qg7 {9} Ke8 {12} 63. Qg5 {50} Kf8 {54} 64. b6 {47} Bxb6 {137} 65. Qxh5 {9 Schwarz muss nun Dh6+ beachten.} Kg7 $2 {141 Wehrt Dh6+ ab. Das kostet Schwarz die Partie.} (65… Bf2 $14) 66. Qg5+ {3} Kh7 {30} 67. Qh5+ {18} Kg7 {1} 68. Qg5+ {4} Kh7 {5} 69. Qf6 {6} Kg8 {45} 70. h5 {19 Und h6 würde nun gewinnen.} Bc5 {139} 71. h6 {61} Bd4 {33} 72. Qd8+ {33} Kh7 {3} 73. Qxc7 {16} Kxh6 {20} 74. Qxf7 {11 Weiss droht c7 und Matt.} Bg1+ {69} 75. Kh3 {29 Droht Matt per c7.} ({Schwächer ist} 75. Kxg1 Qf1+ 76. Kh2 (76. Kxf1) 76… Qxg2+ 77. Kxg2 $11) 75… Bf2 {45} 76. Qg8 {30 Weiß setzt Matt.} Qc2 {34} 77. Qg5+ {88} Kh7 {1} 78. Qe7+ {42} Kh6 {47} 79. c7 {23} Qc3 {49} 80. Qg5+ {3} Kh7 {7} 81. Qxf5+ {3 Gewichteter Fehlerwert: Weiß=0.25 (präzise) /Schwarz=0.25 (präzise)} *

9.Mai 2023: Frederik Svane vs. Narayanan

[Event “4th Stepan Avagyan Memorial”] [Site “chess24.com”] [Date “2023.05.07”] [Round “5”] [Board “3”] [White “Svane, Frederik”] [Black “Narayanan, Sunilduth Lyna”] [Result “*”] [ECO “C70”] [WhiteElo “2600”] [BlackElo “2660”] [Annotator “Perlen vom Bodensee”] [PlyCount “67”] [EventDate “2023.??.??”] [WhiteTeam “Deutschland”] [BlackTeam “Indien”] [WhiteTeamCountry “GER”] [BlackTeamCountry “IND”] 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nge7 5. c3 Ng6 6. d4 exd4 7. h4 $146 (7. cxd4 Bb4+ 8. Nc3 d5 9. exd5 Bxc3+ 10. bxc3 Qxd5 11. O-O O-O {1-0 Kovalev,V (2623)-Demchenko,A (2654) Chess.com Rapid Wk8 Swiss Chess.com INT 2022 (4)}) 7… d3 (7… dxc3 8. Nxc3 Bc5 9. h5 Nge5 10. Nxe5 Nxe5 11. f4 Nc6 12. h6 $16) 8. Qxd3 h5 (8… Bc5 9. h5 Nge5 10. Nxe5 Nxe5 11. Qg3 Qf6 12. f4 Nc6) 9. Be3 Be7 10. Nbd2 d6 11. O-O-O Bd7 (11… Nxh4 12. Nxh4 Bxh4 13. e5 $16 dxe5 $2 14. Qe4 $18) (11… Bg4) 12. Bb3 Nce5 13. Nxe5 Nxe5 14. Qe2 a5 15. a3 a4 16. Ba2 Qc8 (16… Bxh4 17. Nf3 Bg4 18. Qf1 Nxf3 (18… Bf6 19. Nxe5 Bxe5 20. f3 Bd7 21. f4 Bf6 22. e5 $16) 19. gxf3 Bd7 (19… Bxf3 20. Qb5+ c6 21. Qf5 Qf6 22. Rxh4 Bxd1 23. Qxf6 gxf6 24. Kxd1) 20. e5 $16) 17. Bd4 O-O 18. Bxe5 $1 (18. Qxh5 $4 Bg4 $19) 18… dxe5 19. Qxh5 $1 Bg4 20. Qxe5 Bxd1 21. Rxd1 Bd6 22. Qg5 Re8 (22… Qd8) 23. f4 Ra6 24. Qh5 Rf8 25. e5 Be7 26. Ne4 Rh6 27. Qf3 Rxh4 (27… Rd8 28. Rxd8+ Qxd8 29. h5 $18) 28. f5 $18 Kh8 29. g3 Rh6 30. f6 gxf6 (30… Bd8 31. Rh1 Rh3 32. g4 Rh6 33. Ng5 $18 {nebst Txh6, Dh1}) 31. exf6 Bd6 32. Rh1 Rxh1+ (32… Kh7 33. Rxh6+ Kxh6 34. Qe3+ Kh7 35. Qg5) (32… Rh3 33. Ng5) 33. Qxh1+ Kg8 34. Qh5 *

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