(1) Bojkov,Dejan (2523) - Sadorra,Julio (2475) [C03]
2011 Turner UTD GM Invitational
[more common in practice is 5...Kf8
this was pioneered by Morozevich, who I believe is the most creative player in the chess world. As inspired as I could be by this player, I didn't want to go down this road because it has tested many times by grandmasters and therefore well-studied. 5...g6 has been played before but I believe there is still much room for exploration.] 6.dxc5
According to my database this is a novelty. I gave it an exclamation mainly for practical reason and surprise value. 7.Qf4?!
During my preparations and on the board, this move didn't make much sense to me. I think it is Black who only benefits with my pawn on g5. [7.Qh3
is a better retreat, and only time will tell the true assessment of this new line.] 7...g5
forcing Bb5. I must take advantage of the vulnerability of the exposed White queen. [8...Nc6
with the idea to go back to the ideal d1-square, but fails due to his lag in development. 12...Nf5
may be relatively better but after 12...Nf5
and Black is still better because White is riddled with various forms of weaknesses] 12...a5
if it wasn't for this "shoving" move, White would be okay due to his control of the important d4 & c5 squares. Unfortunately, my a-pawn was territorial towards her queen. 13.Qd2
[At first I was intending to play 13...Nf5
I may still be better, but why cash in all the advantages of my position right away?] 14.h4
White tries to create counterplay. 14...Nf5!
forced due to the threat of g5-g4. 15...Bxc5
Here, I believe that Black already has a decisive advantage. Though, White may have defensive resources, I only have to calculate lines accurately to make my attack decisive. 17.Nf4
one line that leads to win is 17...Bxf3
an attempt to confuse me. [21.gxf3
is what I anticipated and intend to meet with 21...Qc6!?
and Black's attack persists.) ] 21...Rg8
leave the hanging pieces alone! Let him make the decision:) 22.gxf3
and Black's attack crashes through.] 22...Rxg5+
and White resigns as the Black pieces slowly approach and surround his vulnerable king while his army is hopelessly divided. A possible finish would be 28. Qe2 Nxf3 29. Rac1 Rh6! 30. Kg2 Ne1 31. Kg3 Qg2 32. Kf4 Rh4 mate. 0-1