[Event "2013 Fall GM Invitational"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2013.11.23"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Sadorra, Julio"]
[Black "Kosintseva, Nadya"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "A30"]
[Annotator "JCS"]
[PlyCount "59"]
[SourceDate "2010.11.05"]
1. Nf3 c5 2. c4 {the English Opening} b6 3. g3 Bb7 4. Bg2 g6 5. O-O Bg7 {this
is known as the Double Fianchetto defence.} 6. Nc3 Nh6 ({more common is} 6...
Nf6 {an example of how the game could develop is} 7. d4 cxd4 8. Qxd4 d6 9. b3
Nbd7 10. Bb2 O-O 11. Rfd1 Ne4 12. Qe3 Nxc3 13. Bxc3 Bxc3 14. Qxc3 Qc7 15. Qe3
Nf6 16. Rd4 h5 17. Qh6 Qc5 18. Rad1 Rad8 19. Ng5 e5 20. Bxb7 exd4 21. Bd5 {1-0
Eljanov,P (2702)-Karjakin,S (2772)/Tromso NOR 2013}) 7. d4 cxd4 8. Bxh6 $1 Bxh6
9. Qxd4 f6 {first played in 2007} ({if} 9... O-O {I was intending to play} 10.
Qh4 Kg7 11. Rad1 (11. Rfd1 e6 12. Qd4+ Kg8 13. Qd6 $1 Bg7 14. Rac1 {and White
is better due to his better development and space advantage.}) 11... Nc6 12.
Nd4 {is unpleasant to meet} (12. g4 f6) 12... Na5 (12... Rc8 13. Nxc6 Bxc6 14.
Bxc6 Rxc6 15. Qd4+ Kg8 16. Qxd7 {wins a pawn}) 13. Bxb7 Nxb7 14. Nc6 {and this
pin tactic wins a pawn} Qc7 15. Nxe7 $16) 10. Rad1 Bg7 11. Qe3 $1 {found after
a long thought otb.} (11. Bh3 $1 {[%csl Rd7] is also possible, but the move in
the game is stronger as it builds up more pressure on Black uncastled king and
creates more threats.}) 11... Nc6 12. Nd4 ({also a good plan is the simple
piling of rooks on the d-file.} 12. Rd2 Na5 (12... O-O 13. Rdd1 d6 14. Nd4 Qd7
15. Bd5+ Kh8 16. Nxc6 Bxc6 17. Bxc6 Qxc6 18. Qxe7 Qxc4 19. Rxd6 $18) 13. b3 O-O
14. Rdd1 d6 15. b4 $1 Nc6 16. Nd4 $18) 12... Nxd4 13. Bxb7 Rb8 14. Be4 $1 {
while my opponent was thinking, I realized that this candidate made the best
sense because my advantage simply increases in an opposite colored B situation.
} Ne6 (14... e5 15. Bxg6+ Kf8 16. Be4 f5 17. f4 $1 {remember seeing this
detail in the end} (17. Bxf5 Nxf5 18. Qf3 Qf6 19. Rxd7 $1 {I felt I should be
better too, but wasn't sure how much but MF loves it!} (19. Ne4 Qf7) 19... Nd4)
) 15. Bc6 Nf8 16. Rxd7 $1 Nxd7 17. Rd1 Rc8 (17... O-O 18. Rxd7 Qe8 19. Nd5 Kh8
(19... Rd8 20. Rc7 Qf7 21. Rxe7) (19... Rc8 20. Nxe7+ Kh8 21. Rc7 (21. Nxc8
Qxc8 22. Qe7 Rg8 23. Bd5)) 20. Nc7 Qc8 21. Qxe7 Rg8 22. Bd5) 18. Bxd7+ ({
originally I planned} 18. Qe6 Rxc6 19. Qxc6 {but realized that it's a mistake
after concrete analysis} f5 $1 20. Nb5 Be5 {and it's time to look for a draw.})
18... Qxd7 19. Rxd7 Kxd7 20. Nb5 {good enough} (20. Qd4+ {first considered
this, but Black gets a lil bit of coordination} Ke8 21. Nb5 (21. Qe4 Rd8 (21...
Kf7 22. Qd5+) 22. Nd5 e5 23. Qc2 $3 $18) 21... Rd8 22. Qe4 (22. Qe3 $1 {MF})
22... Kf7) 20... a6 21. Qd4+ {I didn't want to give her an option} (21. Na7 Rb8
22. Qd4+ Kc7 (22... Ke8 23. Nc6 $18) 23. Qe4 Rb7 24. Qxe7+ Kb8 {here I stopped
calculating and concluded that Black is surviving but extending it shows that
I'm almost winning!} 25. Nc6+ Ka8 26. Qa3 a5 27. c5 $18) 21... Ke8 22. Na7 Rd8
23. Qxb6 Kf7 24. c5 Rb8 25. Qxa6 Rxb2 26. Qc4+ e6 27. c6 Bh6 28. Kg2 $1 {the
last prophylactic finesse, after which she resigned.} (28. c7 Rb1+ 29. Kg2 Rc1
{and there's still work to be done.}) {if she played} 28... Rb1 {I can meet it
with} 29. Qd3 Rc1 30. Qd7+ $18 {promoting my c-pawn into a queen and winning
more material.} 1-0