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.He trailed me by half a point, and winning this gamewould give him first place, an amazing result for the lowest-rated playerin the section!20 Rfe8 THE RUBINSTEIN A ACK21 g42l.Ng4! ? might have been good here.2l.Ba6 22.Bxa6 Qxa6 23.a4!?21 Ba6!22 Rf2 Bxd323 Nxd3 Qxa224 g5 hxg525 Qxg5 Nb5!I had overlooked this resource.25.Qa3 is what I expected, setting up the return of the queen toe7 or f8.26.b4 Qa4 27.Rg2 g6 28.Qf6 (28.Ne5 Qxb4 29.Nx Qxd4+30.Khl Qg7 3l.Nd6 RedS 32.Nxe8 Rxe8 33.RalBlack has two pawns for the exchange, but White is better.)26 c4!?I could have, and perhaps should have, played for one of thedrawing lines at this point.A rook sacrifice on the kingside will lead toa perpetual check.But I wanted to win the tournament with a perfectscore, and went all out for a win.26.Rg2 g6 27.Qf6 Rxc2 28.Rxg6+ fxg6 29.Qxg6+ Kf8 30.Qf6+draws.26 Qxb327 Rg2 6g28 Ne5 Nxd428.Qc3 ! 29.Kfl Nxd4 30.Qf6 Rc7 3l.Rxg6+ g6 32.Qxg6+ Kf833.Qf6+ draws.29 Qf6 Nxf3+ QG D VARIATION30 Nxf3 Qd330.Qxc4 sets up a win by sacrificial means.31.Rxg6+ destroys thebarrier.3l.f:xg6 32.Qxg6+ Kf8 33.Qh6+ Kg8 34.Khl ! and there is nostopping Rgl +.31 Ne532 Kf833 cxd5xd5?33 QA blunder, though Black was in trouble anyway.33.Qxf6! 34.Nxf6 Re7 (34.Red8 35.dxe6 e6 36.Nh7+ ! Kg837.Ng5 e knight is much stronger than the weak pawns, and there isno way for Black to trade off White's remaining pawn.) 35.dxe6 (35.d6Rb7 36.d7 Rd8 37.Rc2 Ke7 and there is no way for White to win.) 35.e6 36.Rxe6 e6 37.g6 K 38.Rh6 aS 39.Ne4 should wind up as adraw, though there are penty of ways for both sides to go wrong.34 Ne5Black resig ned THE RUBINSTEIN A ACKIRREGU R DEFENSEPHAM BICH NGOC VS.LE NGOC CHAUVIETNAM TEAMS, VUNG TAU, 2000IRREGULAR [005]KNIGHT SACRIFICE AT G61 d4 Nf62 Nf3 d53 e3 e64 Bd3 g6?!is makes absolutely no sense with a pawn already at e6.However,sometimes such moves are played in accordance with advice that "akingside fianchetto is useful against the Colle".5 b35 Be7?is is too passive, and totally inconsistent with Blac s last move.5.Bg7 6.Ba3 ! Nbd7 7.Nbd2 b6 8.Bb5! ? Ng4? (8.Bb7 9.Ne5 cS !lO.dxcS a6 l l.Bxd7+ Nxd7 12.Nxd7 Qxd7 13.cxb6 Bxa 1 14.Qxal givesWhite a tremendous position, ad the knight and pawns are worthmore than the rook.; 8.c5 9.dxc5 bxcS lO.BxcS Ba6! l l.Bxa6 NxcS wasBlack's best plan.) 9.h3 Nh6 10.c4 Bb7 l l.cxdS exdS 12.Rcl ReS 13.Qe2c6 14.e4! cxbS 15.exd5+ NeS 16.Rxc8 Qxc8 17.Nxe5 Kd8 18.Nc6+bought White a swi victory in O.Fischer vs.Kuehlwein, Germany2003.5.Nbd7 6.Nbd2 (6.0-0 Bg7 7.c4 is a more promising strategy.)6.Bg7 is the safest move order.A er 7.0-0 (7.Bb2 0-0 8.Ne5 NxeS9.dxe5 Nd7 10.f4 NcS ! Black equalized in Wei vs.Grcic, Canberra IRREGULAR VARIATION2002.) 7.e5! ? 8.Nxe5 NxeS 9.dxe5 Ng4 10.Nf3 NxeS l l.NxeS BxeS12.Rb l 0-0 the chances are equal.6 Bb2 0-07 Nbd2 ReS8 0-0 c6Ne5 Bd6?9Black is playing rec essly, repositioning pieces before completingdevelopment.1 0 c4 Nfd71 1 f4 c5?Black has wasted time (.c6 then.cS) and White takes advantageby using a rook li.1 2 Rf3 f61 3 Nxg6! ! cxd4Capturing the knight would have been hopeless for Black a er14.Bxg6, Rh3 and QhS.1 4 Rg3 Kf7e5Nxe5+1 6Black resig ned THE RUBINSTEIN A ACKLENINGRAD DUTCH FORMATIONARIAS VS.CANON LOPEZSPANISH JUNIOR TEAMS), SPAIN, 1 994LENINGRAD DUTCH [ASO]USE OF A3-F8 DIAGONAL1 d4 f5Nf62 Nf33 e34 Bd3 B 7g5 b3 0-06 Bb2 d67 Nbd2 Nbd78 0-0 c6Unlike most Dutch Defence lines, here Black lacks su cientpressure at e4.A Stonewall Dutch is much more reliable.In that case,White should develop normally, but aim for Ba3 rather than Bb2, toswap off the dark-square bishops.9e4!e central strategy is the obvious choice.9 Nxe4fxe4Nxe41 01 1 Bxe4 Qe8l l.NcS ! ? 12.dxc5 Bxb2 13.Rbl Bg7 14.cxd6 exd6 15.c4 leavesBlack with a problem child at d6, and the bishop pair doesn't fullycompensate for that.1 2 Bd3 Nb6 LENINGRAD DUTCH FORMATION1 3 Ng5 Qd813.e5 14.dxe5 h6 15.Ne4 BxeS 16.Bxe5 QxeS 17.Ng3 Back hasweak pawns.1 4 Re1 e5Black carries out the central advance, expecting an exchange at eS,but White has other plans!1 5 Nxh7! Kxh71 6 Qh5+ Kg81 7 Bxg6 Rf4Checkmate is avoided, but Black's defense is porous.e queensidepieces are just too far away.1 8 g3 Rg41 9 h4?An over-reaction.e gS square could have been ignored.19.dxe5! RgS 20.Qh7+ Kf8 21.e6! when Black has nothing betterthan 21.Rxg6 22.Qxg6 Qe7 23.Bxg7+ Qxg7 24.e7+ !1 9 Qf620 Qh7+ Kf821 Bh5 THE RUBINSTEIN A ACK21 Re4??is is likely a notation error, and I suspect that.Rxd4 was actuallyplayed.21.Rxd4! 22.Bg6 (22.Bxd4? BfS! would have trapped the queen! )22.Rg4 23.h5 Be6 24.Rxe5 dxe5? (24.Rxg6! would have turned the.tables, if the game actually did see.Rxd4.25.Rae l dxeS 26.hxg6 (26.Ba3+ K 27.hxg6+ Qxg6) 26.Nd7! and White has run out of attack.)25.Ba3+ might have been the actual moves.21.Bf5 22.dxe5 Q 23.e6!Qxe6 24.Rxe6 Bxh7 25.Bxg4 Bxb2 26.Rae l Be5 27.f4 gives White andadvantage, and the three connected passed pawns are worth a lot, butthe game is t over.22 Bg6?22.Qxe4 is just too obvious.22.Rxe4 BfS 23.dxe5 ! Bxh7 24.exf6 Bxe4 25.fxg7+ Kg8 26.Rel BdS27.Re7 White wins.22 Rg423 h5 Be6?23.e4 24.Bxe4 with three pawns for the piece and a good attack.24 Rxe5! dxe5Ba3+25Black Resig ned THE RUBINSTEIN A ACKI hope you have enjoyed our excursions through the territory of theRubinstein Attack.Having seen all of the major themes in action youshould now be able to go out and play the opening with confidence.You should never wind up with an inferior position out of the openingand in most cases will have excellent attacking prospects. INDEX OF GAMESAraiza Munoz vs.Busto 185Arias vs.Canon Lopez 218Baum vs.Bar 178Baumhackel vs.Friese 183Blackburne vs.Minc itz 22Bogoljubow vs.Capablanca 120Capablanca vs.Corzo 109Danner vs.Beim 115Euwe vs.Kroone 98Freiman vs.Rubinstein 90Fuhrmann vs.Pedersen 82Grivas vs.Pandavos 200Guimard vs.Lundin 32Guimard vs.Sanguinetti 37Hawkins vs.MacLaughlin 85Jana Bellin vs.Moen 126Janowski vs.Jaffe 28Janows vs.Rubinstein 131Jussupow vs.Hulak 172Jussupow vs.Spiridonov 59Krabbe vs.DAPPET Computer 63Najdorf vs.Rossetto 180Olesen vs.Shirazi 71Pham Bich Ngoc vs.Le Ngoc Chau 216Susan Polgar vs.Costa 149Susan Polgar vs.Mai i anh Houng 196Rubinstein vs.Chigorin 105Rubinstein vs.Flamberg 54Rubinstein vs.Kostic 139Rubinstein vs.Mortimer 128Rubinstein vs.Salwe 101Rubinstein vs.Treybal 94Santasiere vs.Blumin 167Schiller vs.Bascon 187Schi er vs.lbragimov 74Schiller vs.lonescu 203Schi er vs.jackknife 153Schiller vs [ Pobierz całość w formacie PDF ]

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