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  Again More on Nd7

JohnL

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Tue Aug 5 2003 9:50AM | MsgID: 167118


hi Bro. Rick:

your line:
17...Nd7 18.a6 Nb6! 19.Rc1 bxa6 20.Nd1 Rab8 21.Rxc6 Qd7 22.Bf4 e5 23.Bd2 f5 24.Qd3 Rfc8 24.Qd3 Rfc8 25.Rxc8+

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white may still have an edge after 24.Qd3 Rfc8 25.Qc3 f4 26.Rg5 (+-)

our game might get just as interesting as the real game.






Bro. Rick



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Mon Aug 4 2003 10:36PM | MsgID: 166818


Hi JohnL & Team,


17...Nd7
18.a6 Nb6!
19.Rc1 bxa6
20.Nd1 Rab8
21.Rxc6 Qd7
22.Bxa6

If, as you suggest White plays 22. Bf4 instead of 22.Bxa6
[22.Bf4 e5
23.Bd2 f5
24.Qd3 Rfc8 [BLACK TRIES 24...Rfc8 INSTEAD OF 24...f4] (24...f4 25.Rg1 Qh3 26.Rc7 Qxh2 27.Rf1 Qh3 28.Rxa7 Rfe8 29.Qc3 Na8 30.Rxa6 Rec8 JohnL)
25.Rxc8+ Nxc8
26.Kf1 Nd6
27.b4 Nb5
28.exf5 a5
29.bxa5 Nd4
30.Be3 Qxd5
31.fxg6 Bxg6
32.Qc4 Qxc4
33.Bxc4+ Kf8 =/+


22...e6
On your 23.Bf4 (BLACK HAS 23...Nxd5! instead of your 23...e5) 24. Bxb8 Qxc6 =/+ Bro. Rick



JohnL

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Mon Aug 4 2003 1:48PM | edited: 1:51:34 | MsgID: 166481


hi Bro. Rick:

Bro. Rick's line:
17...Nd7
18.a6 Nb6
19.Rc1 bxa6
20.Nd1 Rab8 instead of [20...Be5 21.Rxc6 +/- JohnL]
21.Rxc6 Qd7
22.Bxa6 e6

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white might win with 22.Bf4 e5 23.Bd2. ..e5 allows white to have a dangerous passed d-pawn. Using the R in the 7th rank, white's R takes out black's Q-side pawns resulting in a passed b-pawn.

22.Bf4 e5 (Bf4 instead of Bxa6)
23.Bd2 f5
24.Qd3 f4 (Qd3 may be a key move)
25.Rg1 Qh3
26.Rc7 Qxh2 (white's QR has penetrated to take out the Q-side pawns)
27.Rf1 Qh3 (Rf1 solidifies the white K position)
28.Rxa7 Rfe8
29.Qc3 Na8
30.Rxa6 Rec8 (white's passed d- and b- pawns will be hard to stop)





Bro. Rick



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Mon Aug 4 2003 9:50AM | MsgID: 166389


Hi JohnL & Team, found 20...Rab8 instead of 20...Be5; Black is better in a lot of lines!

17...Nd7
18.a6 Nb6
19.Rc1 bxa6
20.Nd1 Rab8 instead of [20...Be5 21.Rxc6 +/- JohnL]
21.Rxc6 Qd7
22.Bxa6 e6
23.Bb5 Nc8
24.Qd3 Qd8
25.Nc3 exd5
26.Bf4 [26.Nxd5? Qa5+ 27.b4 Qxb5 28.Qxb5 Rxb5 29.Rxc8 Rxc8 30.Ne7+ Kh8 31.Nxc8 Rxb4 32.Nxa7 f5 =/+]
26...Ne7
27.Rc5 Qa5
28.Kf1 [28.Bxb8 Rxb8 29.exd5 Nf5 30.d6 Nxg3 31.hxg3 a6 32.g4 axb5 33.gxh5 Qb4 34.d7 Qxc5 35.d8Q+ Rxd8 36.Qxd8+ Bf8 37.hxg6 fxg6 =/+]
28...a6
29.Bd6 Bxc3
30.Bxe7 Be5
31.Bxf8 [31.Bc6 Qa1+ 32.Kg2 Rxb2–+]
31...Kxf8
32.Rg5 Bf6
33.Rxh5 gxh5
34.Rc6 Bh4
35.Bxa6 Rxb2
36.Kg2 Bxf2 [36...Rxf2+ 37.Kh3 Qe1 38.Qc3=]
37.Rc2 Rxc2
38.Qxc2 Be3 =/+ Bro. Rick