[Event "FICS"]
[Site "Quezon City"]
[Date "2001.04.22"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Ripple"]
[Black "Angleman"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "B20"]
[WhiteElo "1834"]
[BlackElo "1810"]
[Annotator "IM Breder"]
[PlyCount "68"]
[EventDate "2001.??.??"]
{Time control = 10 20} 1. e4 1... c5 2. Bc4 $6 2... d6 $6 ({Breder: After} 2...
e6 $1 3. Nc3 Nc6 4. d3 (4. Nf3 Nf6) 4... Nf6 {
with the idea d7-d5 and already black has advantage e.g.:} 5. Bg5 Be7 6. Qd2 h6
7. Bxf6 (7. Bh4 $2 7... Nxe4) 7... Bxf6 8. f4 d6 (8... O-O 9. Nf3 Bxc3 10. Qxc3
d5 11. Bb3 11... b6 {is also okay for black}) 9. Nf3 a6 10. a4 b6 11. O-O Bb7
12. f5 Qd7 13. Rae1 13... O-O $17) 3. Nf3 Nf6 4. e5 $6 {Angleman: I've never
seen this line before. I figured taking it was not a bad idea. Of course.} ({
Breder:} 4. d3 $142 {with idea 0-0,c3,Lb3 and later d4 was better.See the
games GM M. Adams played. with this variation. He -of course- played 2.Sf3 and
then 3.Bc4. In this line white have a chance to get a slight advantage.}) 4...
dxe5 5. Nxe5 5... Qd4 $4 {?Angleman: did not see that the Bishop can take the
pawn at c2. I was too concerned with attacking. I'm not used to the
continuation and do not know the proper retaliation.} ({Breder:} 5... e6 $11)
6. Bxf7+ Kd8 7. Nf3 $2 ({Breder:} 7. Qe2 $18 {
In the game white gave back a pawn without any reason.}) 7... Qe4+ 8. Qe2 $6 {
Angleman: 8. Kf1 would hold the extra pawn in exchange for castling.} ({Breder:
} 8. Kf1 $1 $18) 8... Qxc2 9. Nc3 $6 ({Breder:} 9. Na3 $1 9... Qf5 10. d4 $1 {
White must open the position!} 10... e6 11. O-O Nd5 12. Ng5 $1) 9... Bf5 $4 ({
Breder:} 9... Nc6 $142) 10. O-O $4 {?Angleman: Loses the exchange with black's
next move. Black should be careful though that his queen does not fall into a
trap where it cannot escape.} ({Breder:} 10. Ne5 $1 {
with the idea Bb3 wins immediatly:} 10... e6 11. g4 Be4 12. Bxe6 Bxh1 13. Bb3
$18) 10... Bd3 11. Qe5 $2 ({Breder:After} 11. Qd1 {
black does not win the exchange!} 11... Nc6 12. Qxc2 Bxc2 13. Re1 $14) 11...
Nc6 $2 $18 {Angleman: Playing 11. ... Bxf1 immediately loses to 12. Ne1 ! and
the queen has no where to go. Breder: After this move the position is again
lost for Black.} ({Breder:} 11... Bxf1 $6 12. Ng5 $1 (12. Ne1 {
This move does not win:} 12... Nc6 13. Qg5 (13. Qxc5 e5) 13... h6) 12... Na6
13. Be6 Qg6 14. d4 $1 $36) ({Breder:} 11... Nbd7 $3 {
After this move black can hope to keep his material advantage:} 12. Qe3 Bxf1
13. Kxf1 e5 14. d3 (14. Nxe5 Nxe5 15. Qxe5 Qd3+ 16. Kg1 Bd6 17. Qg5 Rf8 18.
Qxg7 18... Qf5 $19) (14. Be6 Qg6 15. Ng5 Kc8) 14... Ng4 $1 15. Qg5+ 15... Ndf6
{Now we see, why Nbd7 was much better than Sc6 ! (see next variation)}) 12. Qe3
Bxf1 13. Kxf1 Qf5 ({Breder:} 13... e5 14. d3 $1 $18 {(with the idea Bb3)} 14...
Ng4 15. Qg5+) 14. Be6 14... Qg6 {Angleman: I need to keep the queen off e3.} ({
Breder:} 14... Qh5 15. Ng5 Kc7 16. Qf4+ Kb6 17. g4 Qe8 18. Na4+ Ka5 19. Qc7+ b6
20. Nxc5 $18) 15. Ne5 $4 {Angleman: I thought that White could have played 15.
Nh4 Qh4 16. Qe3 + Ke8 17. g4 Qe5 ( 17. ... Qxh4 ? 18. Nb5 ! ) 18. Nb5} ({
Breder:} 15. Nh4 $4 15... Qh6 16. Qd3+ Nd4 17. Nf5 Qxh2) ({Breder:} 15. Ng5 $1
$18 15... Kc7 16. Qf4+ Kb6 17. Na4+ Ka5 18. Qc7+ Kxa4 (18... b6 19. Qxc6) 19.
b3+ Kb4 20. a3+ Kb5 21. Bc4#) 15... Nxe5 16. Qxe5 Qd3+ 17. Kg1 17... Qd4 $6 {
Angleman: I'm the exchange up so why not simplify. The game shows, why the
black queen is much better on d6 than on d4.} ({Breder:} 17... Qd6 $1 {
was much better:} 18. Qe2 g6 19. Nb5 Qb6 20. Qd3+ Ke8) 18. Qe2 18... a6 {
!Angleman: I thought this was avery good defensive move keeping the White
Knight and Queen out of b5.} 19. b3 g6 20. Bb2 Bg7 21. Na4 Qd6 22. d4 $6 ({
Breder:} 22. Rc1 $1 {Now it is very hard to find a defense for black: Probably
white has again a winning position.} 22... b6 23. d4 cxd4 24. Bxd4 Ke8 25. Nxb6
Rd8 26. Bc5 Qc7 27. Bc4 $18) 22... cxd4 23. Bxd4 23... Ke8 {
Angleman: Ofcourse taking the Bishop is met by Rd1.} 24. Bc5 $1 ({Breder:} 24.
Rd1 $2 24... Rd8 $1 25. Nc5 Qb6 26. Qc4 Rd6 27. Bf7+ Kf8) 24... Qc6 $2 {
Angleman: I used great amount of time in finding this move out. Taking the
queen to far out is met by. 25. Bd7 + or 25. Bf7 + and a mating threat at e7.
24. ... Qc7 is met by 25. Bd6 followed by 26. Rd1.} ({Breder:} 24... Qc7 {
Black must protect the e7-pawn, if the white bishop is on c5!!} 25. Bb6 Qc6)
25. Rd1 $4 ({Breder:} 25. Re1 $1 {This avoids 25...Qe4.} 25... Bf8 26. Bc4 $18)
25... Bf8 $4 {!Angleman: Another good defensive move protecting the e7 pawn
and this seems to halt White's mating attack.} ({Breder:} 25... Qe4 $1 {
and black solved all his problems.} 26. Qxe4 Nxe4 27. Bd5 Nxc5 28. Nxc5 Rc8)
26. b4 $4 {??Angleman: Obviously a blunder but it took me awhile to take the
Knight it may be a trap.} ({Breder:} 26. Qc4 26... Bh6 27. Re1 $18) 26... Qxa4
27. Qd3 $4 ({Breder:} 27. Bb3 $1 27... Qc6 (27... Qb5 28. Qe6 $18) 28. Rd6 Qe4
(28... Qc7 29. Rxf6 $18) 29. Bf7+ $1 29... Kxf7 30. Rxf6+ exf6 31. Qxe4 Bxc5
32. Qd5+ 32... Kg7 {and the game should end with a draw.}) 27... Qb5 $2 {
??Angleman: I thought about 27. ... Qb5 and 27. ... Qc6 and should have chosen
the latter. I was too concerned with exchanging queens and a won endgame more
than anything else. Also this took me some time only to choose the wrong move.
Qc6 guards e6.} ({Breder:} 27... Qc6 $19 {:} 28. Qc4 Bh6 29. Bf7+ Kf8) 28. Qb3
{Angleman forf eits on time. Angleman: I just lost track of time here. Any way
I can still fight for a draw with 28. .... Bg7 29. Bf7+ Kf8 30. Qe6 ! ( This
what 27. ... Qc6 ) was suppose to guard against.) 30. ... Re8 ( giving back
the echange ) Breder:} 28... Bh6 {with advantage for black,e.g.:} (28... Bg7
$4 29. Bf7+ Kf8 30. Qe6 $18) 29. Bf7+ Kf8 30. Qe6 Ng8 31. Re1 Bg5 32. Bxg8 Rxg8
33. f4 (33. Bxe7+ Kg7 34. a4 Qf5) 33... Qc6 34. Bxe7+ Kg7 1-0